Iker Casillas thinks Spanish football doesn’t have enough memory and patience.

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Iker Casillas former Real Madrid goalkeeper thinks Spanish football doesn’t have enough memory and patience in the case of Xavi Hernandez, who was pressured from all sides until he decided to leave his position as coach of Barcelona.

Iker Casillas, the legendary goalkeeper of the Spanish national team, has expressed his opinion that Xavi Hernandez’s resignation from his position as Barcelona coach this summer comes from a lack of memories and memories of Spanish football. Be patient enough According to a report from UFABET last Saturday.

Xavi recently led the Azulgrana team to victory in La Liga with the Supercopa de Espana last season. But the 44-year-old trainer has been the target of constant criticism after Barcelona’s poor performance this season. He worked under pressure until he decided to announce his retirement this summer. 

‘The unfortunate thing about football is that it doesn’t have memories,’ Casillas said. ‘You don’t think about what you’ve done for a long time. He is a legendary player at the club. He is now a coach at Barcelona and won the league last season.’

‘But football moves so quickly. And it’s so close that they wish you success again, every day, every 3 days, making sure he makes the best decision for himself and his family.’ 


Casillas also spoke about how Spanish football requires patience. Especially in giving more time to the organization’s legends. ‘In Spanish football Sometimes we just need a little patience. and respect for certain institutions Many legends are in a position where they can give a lot from themselves.’