Only two men in the history of Liverpool and Everton have managed both clubs, William Edward Barclay and Rafa Benitez, the latter of whom today offers astonishing insight into his thoughts on both clubs. sharing.
The Spaniard, who wrote the foreword to “Crossing the Park: The Men Who Had the Courage to Play for Both Liverpool and Everton,” said, “I can’t say I’m more Liverpool or Everton today.
“Logically, Liverpool have had a lot of highs in six years, but I still have good friends among Everton fans,” he said.
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It’s clear that the 62-year-old may look back more fondly on his time at Anfield, but he holds both clubs in high esteem and this perhaps reflects the spirit he shares with all his teams. So it shows professionalism. he managed.
Both the Reds and the Blues of Merseyside take this badly because it’s hard to imagine anyone being able to look at them both in a favorable light at the same time, but what a Champions League winner deserves for the city and everyone in it. It shows that you are respectful.
His family, who still call Wirral home today, has never left the area since arriving in 2004 (despite Benitez’s holding of management positions around the world). Don’t pick a favorite among them.
Supporters may not understand this line of thinking, but they can see it as an attempt to appease everyone in the city where he lives, or as an insight into his elite professionalism as a top-tier football manager.
Crossing the Park is available for purchase from Amazon and the author’s website. You can also purchase tickets for this release from Skiddle.
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