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Others may know more about tactics, physical preparation - I'm not saying no, I will have to learn a lot. But trust me, the stands will be behind us. And every opponent will see what kind of force it is – a marvel in the coaching world.

A coach without much experience – not your typical coaching experience, at least, because he has more experience in the stands than anyone else in this line of work. This young coach shows that when the fans support you, your team can conquer the football world.

Read the interview.

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Fan Favourite

Others may know more about tactics, physical preparation - I'm not saying no, I will have to learn a lot. But trust me, the stands will be behind us. And every opponent will see what kind of force it is – a marvel in the coaching world.

A coach without much experience – not your typical coaching experience, at least, because he has more experience in the stands than anyone else in this line of work. This young coach shows that when the fans support you, your team can conquer the football world.

Read the interview.

You haven't had as much experience as the other candidates for the position of Lewy FC coach.

Nonsense. Ignorantly, you're measuring experience in the number of trainings and matches. Or clubs my competion were kicked out of. Sure, I don't have as much experience with getting the boot as they do. But I believe I have more experience than anyone who wanted to get this job. Because I've been with this club since always. The first time I was in the stands, my dad brought me when I was seven. I stayed there for many years. I've got the experience of cheering for Lewy FC when we were losing 0:5 and being relegated to a lower league. I have the experience of being one of the three hundred people who went for every away match when we were in the fourth league. I have the experience of chanting in a way that made the club more famous than many players did. If you don't think it's "experience", then you don't know anything about football, editor.

Everybody knows what you did in the stands. But you don't win the match with the stands.

That's what you think.

And what do you think? Lewy FC will get out of crisis because each match they'll get a stand filled with ultras?

Don't make me sound crazy - I know you need a lot of hard work at the trainings. It's not like the fans will chant and we'll get 3:0. But, first, don't underestimate my skills. I've finished a coaching school, I've got my idea about how to do things, and I'm a quick learner. And yes, I believe I can add something more.

I think the fans are an underestimated strength. Someone said once: the person who thinks you play football with you foot probably thinks you play chess with your hands. May I ask you... have you ever played football?

Yes, I have.

At what level?

Decent junior level, then amateur league.

Have you ever played with thirty thousand fans? With many of them being ultras shouting out their lungs, who have your back no matter what? Who, when you lose a goal, will chant for you? Who, when it's 0:2 and it's the 80th minute will cheer for you even more?

No. No, I haven't.

Exactly. Others may know more about tactics, physical preparation - I'm not saying no, I will have to learn a lot. But trust me, the stands will be behind us. And every opponent will see what kind of force it is. Because everyone who has ever played football knows that looking for a good form is looking for a good approach. Balancing confidence and humility. Being relaxed in the pitch, but determined as hell. The stands that live and breathe the game along with the team build a highway to this approach for the players. Give us some time and you will see how much it gives the team. I'm sure that here at Lewy FC this will be the ace up our sleeve. And I'm sure that the atmosphere will make our stadium a real cauldron of passion, and each match will be a real show.

Fan Favourite

Once a boy with big dreams, in love with the atmosphere of a football stadium. Now he's switching his seat in the stands for a place on the coaching bench.

A fanatic who is willing to follow his club across the continent. His youthful passion pushed him to do a few training courses. Even though he doesn't know much about "the smell of the locker room" or the tactical details, his passion and comitment make up for it. For his fellow ultras he's now an idol. They'll follow him to hell and back, regardless of what the score is.

Thanks to him your stadium will be filled to the brims, and the players will share his passion. You wouldn't want to be his opponent at his home pitch.

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