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caabrego 11-02-2013 13:33

Depor coach: Fernando Vázquez (born in 1954)
 

Name: Fernando Vázquez Pena
Birthdate: October 24, 1954
Birthplace: La Coruña
Career:

-Club Deportivo Lalín: 1986-1991
-Racing Club de Ferrol: 1991-1994
-Club Deportivo Lugo: 1994-1995
-Sociedad Deportiva Compostela: 1995-1998
-Real Oviedo: 1998-1999
-Real Club Deportivo Mallorca: 1999-2000
-Real Betis Balompié: 2000-2001
-UD Las Palmas: 2001-2002
-Rayo Vallecano de Madrid: 2002-2003
-Real Valladolid Club de Fútbol: 2003-2004
-Real Club Celta de Vigo: 2004-2007
-Galicia national team: 2005-2013

caabrego 11-02-2013 13:33

He will be presented today. The last hope

Rack 11-02-2013 13:41

Did he really relegate so many times? I won't blame him if it happens again, but surely there was somebody else......???

ggeorg 11-02-2013 13:53

He have managed half the galician clubs :)


Welcome!! :)

Filip 11-02-2013 13:57

i think that changing coach was absolutely needed, whatever we would get instead. But i'm afraid that this one is really on the very very abandoned last of all places in line, what i'd consider a good replacement. The guy doesn't have any appeal/body language/charisma, which is for me one of the main criteria for the succes of a coach, surely on such short term.
Whatever, it can't get any worse, supposedly?

ggeorg 11-02-2013 14:19

body language?

what more than this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOJNH3KqJ2o

:D

Filip 11-02-2013 14:31

lol, you're fast at making youtube clips :D

deporik 11-02-2013 14:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by ggeorg
body language?

what more than this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOJNH3KqJ2o

:D


To be fair though ggeorg, they were all goal celebrations from Vasquez, so he might not get to practice them very often :o

Sultan 11-02-2013 14:36

it all depends on what kind of motivator he is!

deporiginal 11-02-2013 14:47

With Domingos, I always thought we were doing fairly well until we conceded the first goal, which was pretty much always caused by an individual mistake of one defender. Or in same cases, 3 individual mistakes in a row committed by 3 different defenders.

We have our squad, it's barely good enough for Primera, but it'll have to do. The damage is done, and changing the coach is just an attempt to put a band-aid on the actual problem. In any case, in terms of results, it can't get any worse of course. But this coach's resumé doesn't exactly instill a lot of confidence in me. Or perhaps it works out and we get 6/6 against Real and Sevilla, who knows. We have to try something

Also, I've read that he's a die-hard Celtista :D

caabrego 11-02-2013 15:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rack
Did he really relegate so many times? I won't blame him if it happens again, but surely there was somebody else......???

He holds the record: 5 tied with Lotina :D

hari 11-02-2013 15:31

nice to hear this guy's after a long time.. he's a Galician and I like this choice..

deporiginal 11-02-2013 15:41

If he gets fired, I'm applying for the job next!

I only coached little children for a less than a year, but at least I've never gotten relegated before. Also, I have known this team and its players for years. I mean, I wouldn't need to give several trainings to realise that Evaldo needs to be in the stands instead of on the pitch. And finally, everybody here knows that I'm a strategic genius. Nobody is more qualified than me! :D

Filip 11-02-2013 15:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by deporiginal
If he gets fired, I'm applying for the job next!

I only coached little children for a less than a year, but at least I've never gotten relegated before. Also, I have known this team and its players for years. I mean, I wouldn't need to give several trainings to realise that Evaldo needs to be in the stands instead of on the pitch. And finally, everybody here knows that I'm a strategic genius. Nobody is more qualified than me! :D


you forgot one word:

self-declared

now place it as you like :happy:

Feliuk 11-02-2013 15:48

Well he has gone on record before that he has always wanted to manage Depor and he is a Deportivista (although why the hell you would manage Celta beats me :) ) He has also managed the Galician National team and was born in Coruña all pluses for me (except the Celta bit)
Whether it will work or not that is another question.
I wish him all the best.

ggeorg 11-02-2013 16:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by Feliuk
Well he has gone on record before that he has always wanted to manage Depor and he is a Deportivista



this is what i wanted to hear, thanx :)


vamos Vazquez :)

deporik 11-02-2013 16:53

And he's been supplying our team bus for years :D


Shelvin 11-02-2013 20:12

All the best....please save us!!!

baKe 11-02-2013 20:14

Last Hope.
Hopefully this change will have deep(positive) impact on players.

nitraM 11-02-2013 20:24

I think hes accomplished the task of managing the most noteable gallego teams.

Lugo - Ferrol - Celta - Compostela - Galicia - and now Depor

Filip 11-02-2013 20:29

look to zapping, to the pic of the board and the new trainer: what message does this gives out? Be fat, look so totally anti-sportive as possible, never shave. And this should motivate the players? No wonder those results!!
Where's this PR manager and motivational manager??????

Fabian 11-02-2013 20:38

Quote:

Originally Posted by Filip
look to zapping, to the pic of the board and the new trainer: what message does this gives out? Be fat, look so totally anti-sportive as possible, never shave. And this should motivate the players? No wonder those results!!
Where's this PR manager and motivational manager??????


What? Who cares about that, they are management. I think you exagerrating the importance of superficialities.

Tjorni 11-02-2013 20:47

This is someone to satisfy fans in A Coruna. He is Galician, not Portuguese. He will respect Valeron and other Spanish players. And as I think, it was his dream to manage Depor.
I hope that he can provide some will to survive to our players. Good luck!

ado1988 11-02-2013 20:58

All I'm saying is: Offer something positive to this club...
GOOD LUCK

Filip 11-02-2013 21:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fabian
What? Who cares about that, they are management. I think you exagerrating the importance of superficialities.


ho, i don't think so ;) I'm always the first to minimize things like 'advantage of playing home' and such, it's mostly mentally.
But if your boss doesnt give the good example, why would you do?? I give it pretty much importance, yes ;) It's motivational more than psychological - i know the border there is very thin.

deporiginal 11-02-2013 21:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fabian
What? Who cares about that, they are management. I think you exagerrating the importance of superficialities.

He's trying to prove he's a bigger drama queen than you... Quite succesfully :D

He does have a good point though. It's a scientific fact that a football player's motivation is directly linked with the facial hair of the coach.

;)

Shelvin 11-02-2013 21:52

You can look at the photo and see how happy all of them are...some of them seem so bored....as if they were wishing they could be anywhere else but there(at the presentation)

vink 11-02-2013 22:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by Filip
Whatever, it can't get any worse, supposedly?


I would like to memorialize this moment for the future.

vink 11-02-2013 22:07

Irureta dressed like a butcher going to a funeral, and he's the best coach we ever had. Who cares?

Filip 11-02-2013 22:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by vink
Irureta dressed like a butcher going to a funeral, and he's the best coach we ever had. Who cares?


the best, or the one who's period had internationally the more succes?

was he better than, Arsenio? would he have reached the same with the same players? well maybe yes, maybe not. Would another coach won more with depor at Irureta's years?

ok, i'm going too far now; the point is i vastly believe in the importance of the coaches' and managers' look-and-feel.

Fabian 11-02-2013 22:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by vink
Irureta dressed like a butcher going to a funeral, and he's the best coach we ever had. Who cares?


Lol, are you knocking the shirt and tie under gore-tex look?

Ricardo 11-02-2013 23:16

Fernandez looks like someone who will help to develop our youth players, he knows the club very well and he knows the Spanish league.
So even if we dont manage to stay up, he could be a good manager for us over the next 2-3 years, obviously based on positive results on the pitch. Lets see how he gets on - Good luck Fernando.

valeron21 11-02-2013 23:17

welcome vazquez to the sinking ship called depor...so try to fix the ship and put back the damaged ship into normal water vessel :D

its interesting to see what are his preferences for tactics and players...a new start for some players or...usual ugly faces every time (evlado..)

Bebeto 27 12-02-2013 01:32

Here's hoping for a miracle. Come on mr Vázquez, make it happen!!!

Deporlover 12-02-2013 01:33

Nothing will change except names, the rest is the same shit

MolinaFan 12-02-2013 08:04

When I first saw his image I thought it was Irureta who had hair transplantation :D

Wish him best of luck!

DepHun 12-02-2013 09:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ricardo
Fernandez looks like someone who will help to develop our youth players, he knows the club very well and he knows the Spanish league.
.

yeah, in the last 6 years from the TV, from the newspapers and from the stands maybe... although I am not a coach, I have quite similar sources. ;)

ggeorg 12-02-2013 11:11

Of course developing the youth isn't a matter of an emergency solution at mid-season, because the Portuguese project failed.
I laughed on the comments of Lendoiro about the goal of deportivo, of the represenation of Galicia.
Very probably Lendoiro has run out of tricks, so he's trying that naive approach to turn depor more galician-centric, after the dissaproval of the Portuguese project.

Anw, even this cheap populism is sth to me, at these such dark momments. Vazquez on a blue-white scarf at Riazor, getting a few Fabril players at trainings, giving JD a more protagonist role, and such things, will probably offer nth at sporting level, but they will do good to our morale :)

Ricardo 12-02-2013 12:19

We all know that the club has lost its identity, we have very few players who are proud to wear the shirt and give even 80% effort every game.
It could take 6 months, it could take 2 years before we will have 15 members of the squad pumped up and ready to tackle each game.
A massive clear out is required and we will need to go back to basics, back to our roots.
I know Celta are sitting 3rd from bottom at the moment, but at least they have the majority of their players from last year (Promotion) and most of the team are home grown - sadly we cannot say the same.
We got promoted and lost all of our best players and replaced them with poor players.
Hopefully Fernandez will be able to work with: Filipe Ramos, Juan Carlos, Seoane, Insua, Rochela, JuanDo, Tela and Alex, and help develop them to a higher level.

Carril 12-02-2013 17:34

This really is our last hope. If we can't improve our game and start putting points on the board, we're doomed. I think our first focus needs to be defense. The last time we were in this situation, we switched to 3 centerbacks and started scoring more goals and allowing less. I think this is a change we really need to consider. Defend first and attack later. We have the speed to perform quick counters, we just need to defend well.


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