Vincenzo Alberto Annese Unveiled as New Head Coach of Nepal’s National Team
Vincenzo Alberto Annese Unveiled as New Head Coach of Nepal’s National Men’s Football Team with Plans for Youthful Strategy and Winning Ambitions
Vincenzo Alberto Annese, the new head coach of Nepal’s national men’s football team, was introduced at a press conference at Dasharath Stadiu. He expressed his excitement about the opportunity to lead the team and his desire to explore the potential of Nepali football.
Coach Annese plans to field young, energetic players with a new strategy to improve the team’s performance. He also believes that Nepali football has many talented young players who just need more experience.
When asked if he would call players who had left the country to play for the national team, he explained that he would prefer to call players whom he had seen play, rather than those who went abroad to play for amateur teams. Similarly, his goal for his one-year tenure as coach is to win and bring about changes to achieve those wins, but he acknowledged that it will take time.
What did Vincenzo Alberto Annese say during the press conference when he was officially unveiled as the new head coach of Nepal’s National Men’s Football Team
- “I wanted to come here and become the head coach of the national team. This is the highest point of my career and I want to explore the potential Nepali football has to offer,” Coach Annese said.
- “I believe in young energetic players. Nepal has quality of young players and only thing they lack is experience. They need experience,” he said.
- “If a player leaves for an amateur team, I cannot see them playing. I won’t know the actual situation. I would prefer calling the players I have watched playing,” Annese said.
- “Only win can help us achieve something. We need to change to achieve those wins but it is going to take some time,” he said, setting his goal for his one-year tenure as coach.