Zubizarreta, the former director of Barcelona, ​​arrives in Monterrey to meet with the management of Rayados

Andoni Zubizarreta will help assemble the Rayados squad in their quest for the title that has eluded them since Aperture 2019.

Spanish Andoni Zubizarreta came Monterrey meet with the board of directors scratched led by José Antonio Noriega, the club’s new sports president, and the professional staff led by Víctor Manuel Vucetich.

The former Barcelona director arrived in Sultana del Norte to take part in the squad’s preparations for the 2023 Clausura and said he was “happy” at the opportunity to work with scratchedclub to which he has been an advisor for months.

The Barcelona, ​​Valencia and Spanish national team player was questioned about his functions in the team Monterrey and Iberac limited himself to emphasizing that his goal is to share new ideas in various areas of the institution.

Someone who helps the club to be able to look at football from new angles, not just the daily activity, the daily result, on the other hand is vitally important, he said.

Given how they see it scratched abroad, Andoni Zubizarreta pointed out that they look like “a solid, strong club with a desire to compete and generally grow” and revealed that his contact with the management Monterrey thanks were given to people in Spain.

“Through the people he knows in Bilbao and the 2030 project, the idea is to develop it with a strategic mission and we have tackled that,” he said.

Oh ‘Daddy’ Noriega, Zubizarreta He stated that he does not yet know the new sports president of the Club Monterrey who took the place of Duilio Davin, who led the club at the sporting level for seven years.

Rayados will be hoping to return to the top of Mexican football every time when, despite starting as one of the favorites in the just-ended league, they were left on the brink of the final when they fell in the semi-finals against Pachuca with the series decided practically from the start.

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