April 19, 2024

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Miguel Samudio: “Maybe I'll finish coaching Liverpool”

Miguel Samudio: “Maybe I'll finish coaching Liverpool”

Miguel Samudio spoke about the bond he created with Liverpool and stated that in the future he will “definitely” lead Negriazol. The Paraguayan full-back also spoke about Luciano Rodriguez and commented on sporting goals in 2024.

In conversation with 13 to 0 (Del Sol), Samudio showed for the first time his joy by winning the 2024 Uruguayan Super Cup by defeating Defensor Sporting 1-0 in the final and thus achieving his fifth title with Liverpool, the club he joined in January 2023.

The Paraguayan had won the Uruguayan Super Cup in 2023, the Intermediate Championship in 2023, the Final League, and the Uruguayan Championship.

“I am happy with everything we have achieved, it is a completely renewed team and the fact that the goal has been achieved motivates and encourages us to continue on this path.”Samudio highlighted.

His future as Liverpool coach

The Guarani left-back said that when Uruguay's second 2023 final against Peñarol ended on December 16, he spoke with Black and Blue president Jose Luis Palma, who told him he would contact him to continue coaching Belvedere.

“I received many offers, but I always prioritized Liverpool Because it opened doors for me to be able to display my work; You have to be grateful and I'm that kind of person. I chose to stay because I know the organization, and it has a very nice future project Tomorrow I will definitely finish managing the club because I love it and I feel comfortable with the people.The 37-year-old stressed that he had completed the training course.

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Then he added: “Mutual respect motivates me every day to continue showing what I have already shown in 2023. I want to continue achieving success and titles and for people to be satisfied with my work and remember me as a person and not as a player.“.

He said if he had already spoken to Palma about this possible future as a coach: “He was one of the key factors in making the decision to continue for another year. No one knows what might happen tomorrow, but we have to look for it and little by little we will talk about it. Nowadays I still feel like a perfectionist, so my mind is on playing and giving back every weekendThe time will come to talk more deeply about it. Palma knows my thoughts and what I want, and Liverpool and I understand each other well.

Samudio emphasized that at his age he seeks “emotional calm”, which he found at Liverpool, and perhaps shed light on his last months as a professional player: “I know I only have a little left, and I'm trying to enjoy it and learn as much as I can.”.

Luciano Rodriguez and goals in 2024

The Capiata-born footballer was also consulted About the team that Liverpool forms To defend their title as champion of Uruguay, after suffering multiple injuries, such as goalkeeper Sebastian Britos, defenders Federico Pereira, Juan Izquierdo and Mateo Antoni, midfielders Marcelo Melli and Gonzalo Napoli, and strikers Alan Medina and Ruben Bentancourt.

Obviously, to compete again and be champion, you need top-level players with experience. I always think the boys make you win games, but big tournaments. Let's see if anyone else arrives“I hope that everyone who arrives can help, and if we do not make do with what we have, we have already shown ourselves that we will be a headache for all teams,” Samudio said.

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Finally the football player spoke 13 to 0 on Luciano RodriguezWhich will currently continue at Liverpool until at least the middle of the year: “You're always looking for your teammate to do well, to be able to migrate, but in this case he's staying for another six months, he's an important player.”.

We have to try to make sure Luciano is okay and feels comfortable. And he takes the fact of his survival in the best way and continues to transcend it. “We are at an important stage, let's hope this is a positive boost for the future and that we can enjoy it for another six months.”