Pablo Franco Leela Koura: Spain will not win the World Cup

Pablo Franco Leela Koura: Spain will not win the World Cup

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Spaniard Pablo Franco, the former assistant coach in the Real Madrid coaching staff, believes that Spain will not be able to win the 2022 World Cup, expecting Qatar, the owner of the land, to be the surprise of the tournament.

Franco had previously held the position of assistant coach at Real Madrid from July to November 2018, and he led Kuwait’s Qadsia from 2019 to 2021, then moved to lead Simba of Tanzania until last May.

Qatar will host the World Cup for the first time in its history, from November 20 to December 18, the first edition to be held in an Arab country.

Pablo Franco said, in exclusive statements to Laila Koura, today, Sunday, “The World Cup will be historic in Qatar, not only because it is the first Arab country to host the tournament, but also because it is the first time in history that the tournament will be held at this time.”

The Spanish coach added, “Qatar was called up well to organize the tournament, and I am sure that it will do everything to try to make this huge event a success.”

And the 41-year-old coach continued, “As for the Spain group, I expect Spain and Germany to qualify, but the Japanese team has improved a lot, and it will be a difficult competitor if it adapts to the climate in Qatar.”

Franco continued, “I do not think that Spain will win the World Cup at this level, there is a big difference between this generation and the generation of 2010 that won the title, and at that time the team had the best players in the world in their positions, such as Casillas, Ramos, Pique, Busquets, Alonso and Iniesta.” , faithfully.”

“Brazil, Argentina and France may be the strongest teams, but there are always surprises in the World Cup, even though it is played at a strange time of the year, but if I had to choose one team, I would choose Brazil.”

And about the teams that might be a surprise to everyone, he explained, “I think Qatar will compete well, and it will be a stubborn opponent.”

When asked about the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, Franco replied, “His performance this season may be worse than previous years, because his level at the time was amazing, but after renewing his contract, I think he would not leave Liverpool, if he did not sign a new contract with his club, he would have had a chance to leave for free.” But in the end he decided to stay.

He concluded his statements by saying, “I always think that he will be fit to play in the Spanish League, and specifically in Barcelona.”

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