‘Bielsa’ hopes to create a new ‘brutal’ for the 2026 World Cup

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New Uruguay manager Marcelo Bielsa wants to build a team. A new generation of players to build up to the 2026 World Cup after taking over from Diego Alonso in charge. Disappointing in World Cup 2022

media in uruguay News reports that Marcelo Bielsa, the new UFABET manager of the brutal army will build a strong team with new generation of players, with defender Ronald Araujo. After Barcelona , ​​Federico Val Real Madrid midfielder Lverde and Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez have been key to success at the 2026 World Cup in Mexico. Canada and the United States.

Bielsa' hopes to create a new 'brutal' for the 2026 World Cup

The Uruguay Football Association has just announced the appointment. The 67-year-old took over as head coach. After being out of work since being sacked by  Premier League club Leeds United 15 months ago, replacing Diego Alonso. Contract after the 2022 World Cup battle in Qatar. Where he led the team to a disappointing performance. Eliminated in the group stage By ranking 3rd in Group H with 4 points

As Uruguay ‘s golden age , including veteran striker Luis Suarez retired from service to his homeland, is fading away Olympic Games 2024 in Paris. France will be an important opportunity for Argentinian boss In evaluating the next generation of players. Although Uruguay play a conservative style of football, Bielsa is known for his attacking approach.

Bielsa will make his coaching debut in June in friendly matches against Nicaragua and Cuba. Followed by qualifying for the 2026 World Cup in South America. Which will start in September He previously managed the national team with Argentina from 1998-2004 and was in charge of Chile from 2007-2011. Uruguay currently ranks 16th in the FIFA world rankings. 

While at club level, he has managed both Espanyol, Athletic Bilbao, Lazio, Olympique Marseille, Lille and Yung Thong , especially the latter team, bringing Leeds back to Premier League winner of. The Championship 2020 and one of the most popular managers in club history. He retired in February last year after losing four league games in a row.