12 May 2012

[Ex player & coach] Cruyff: "When Guardiola came everyone he told us we were subnormal deep"

The ex Barça coach Johan Cruyff urges patience before evaluating the decision to appoint as head coach Tito Vilanova of Barça, while sparing no praise for Guardiola.

"When everyone came Guardiola told us we were subnormal deep to put a guy who never had a coach," the Dutchman recalls in an interview to 'MARCA', which says that "we must see if it has been a success" name Tito Vilanova as coach. "I hope you have every success," added Cruyff.

And is that for which it was the visible head of the legendary 'Dream Team', Guardiola "has done a fantastic job not only for Barcelona, ​​but for football itself." "On the human plane has set an example of how they should behave any person," he adds.

Cruyff also downplays the fact that Barça coach still has decided to leave in a season in which they have escaped the League and the Champions League. "La Liga has been very good, missed the icing, but that is secondary," he says.

Cruyff In the same interview not mince his words when assessing the arbitral controversy that has surrounded the championship. "For many years there are more judgments against Barça that of Madrid. That is a fact, "says the Dutchman, who Guardiola applauds the decision to isolate the equipment of this type of controversy.

Finally, Cruyff also prevents compare the Barça of Guardiola with his 'Dream Team' and simply say that "everyone has their time." "I'm glad they have done well because all they have tried is that everyone can enjoy football," he concludes. (via SPORT)