Report: Birmingham figure fails to rule out return to Spain

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Birmingham City manager Pep Clotet just recently spoke to Spanish publication AS where he went over the possibility of taking his coaching profession back toSpain

AS released their current interview with Clotet on Monday. The 42- year-old coach talks about different subjects in this interview, consisting of the possibility of returning to Spain, Clotet’s nation of birth, to handle there when again.

Clotet formerly worked as a manager in Spain from July 2001 till October2009 He consequently invested a long time in Sweden and Norway prior to returning to his home country to handle Atletico Malagueno from July 2012 till July 2013, which was his last task in Spain prior to getting here in the UK in May 2014 to end up being Garry Monk’s assistant manager at Swansea City– staying in the UK since.

When just recently questioned on whether he’s got any desire to return to Spain, Clotet confessed that in spite of moring than happy with his efficiency in England so far, the concept of returning to Spain is on his mind.

After linking up when again with Monk as assistant manager at Birmingham City in March 2018, Clotet ended up being Blues manager last July following Monk’s departure.

This season, the Blues have actually made an overall of 47 points from their 37 Championship games so far under Clotet, which sees them currently being in 16 th location in the Championship table, 9 points far from Preston North End in the play- offs. Their overall is simply 3 points less than what the Blues had actually made at the very same phase last season

Thinking About that this is his first season as manager of the club and his present Birmingham City contract is set to run till the summer of 2021, it might be not likely that we will see Clotet leave St. Andrew’s at the end of the season.

Nevertheless, must he stop working to bring success to the Blues by the end of next season, it might be reasonable if the 42- year-old would like to return to handle in his native Spain when again.

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