October 7, 2022
Journalist reveals Luis Castro's style and designs Botafogo in a more purposeful way: "It's a compromise between Jorge Jesus and Abel Ferreira."

Journalist reveals Luis Castro’s style and designs Botafogo in a more purposeful way: “It’s a compromise between Jorge Jesus and Abel Ferreira.”

Plus reinforcements Botafogo This Sunday will be in front of Corinthiansas well as the first appearance of the artist Luis Castro. The 60-year-old Portuguese will make his first experience in Brazilian football, and the Alfinegro fan lives up to expectations about how Glorioso will act.

Léo Miranda, newspaper journalist Globo Grouppredicted a more purposeful game of football, trying to play on the offensive field, but made it clear that the characteristics of the current team could influence this desired style.

– Luis Castro began a new era in Botafogo, it was a personal choice of John Textor, who wanted the Portuguese to create what he calls the Botafogo Road. He is a coach who keeps the ball, makes these triangles across the field, at Shakhtar he did that very well. He is a coach who adapts to the team he has, and he wants an offensive team, but if he has a team that is faster like Al Duhail, he will put the team in more time, to expand the field more. Botafogo should be different – “Redação SporTV” rated Miranda.

The journalist specializing in tactics compared other Portuguese coaches to the recent success in Brazilian football: Jorge Jesusthe former flamingo, and Abel Ferrarafrom Palmeiras. For him, Luis Castro is in the middle between coaches.

– Luis follows the Portuguese school, he looks more like Jorge Jesus than Abel, but adapts to his cast. It may be the middle ground between offensive football playing in the opponent’s court, Jesus, but he adapts to his team as Abel does. One thing Luis Castro will never give up: to have a purposeful team playing in the opponent’s court, seeking to touch the ball in a short and fast way. It is the Botafogo Promise of the Entrepreneur. But it’s not this technician who has a firm idea – think Leo Miranda.