Paulo Fonseca has credited his time in Italy with Roma to assist him evolve as a coach.
The 47-year-old grew to become the Giallorossi coach in the summertime of 2019 after teaching the likes of FC Porto in his native Portugal in addition to Shakhtar Donetsk within the Ukraine, and he’s satisfied that tacticians shouldn’t attempt to replicate one philosophy in several leagues.
“The sport in Italy is especially strategic,” Fonseca instructed Quarentena Da Bola.
“I work on it and put together methods to all the time shock the opponents. It’s a large problem to be in Italy, but it surely makes you evolve rather a lot.
“We’re fashionable and now we have to adapt. We should understand that if we’re closed in our beliefs, it turns into tough to adapt to advanced contexts just like the Italian one.
“Teaching in Italy is clearly not the identical as in Ukraine. It’s unthinkable to construct two equal groups in two totally different international locations.
“You need to be open to totally different contexts. You may’t consider transporting the identical ideas from one nation to a different.”