Montella dreamed Train in Premier League

Montella dreamed Train in Premier League

Florence – Premier League ever stopped by Vincenzo Montella sesaaat career as a player. One day Montella want to go back there to be a manager of one of the clubs there.

Montella played for six months with Fulham in the 2006/2007 season are borrowed from AS Roma. When it Montella appeared tolerable with donations 5 goals from 14 appearances.

Unfortunately time did not end up borrowing Montella sweet after Chris Coleman was fired and replaced Lawrie Sanchez. He only appeared twice before being stopped lending week before the contract expired.

Montella is now enjoying his career as coach of Fiorentina, who handled the third club after Roma and Catania. At the age of just turned 40 years old, obviously a long way as a coach still lie ahead.

So naturally, if Montella also want one day to taste again the rigors of the Premier League, but certainly not as a player but the manager, following in the footsteps senior Roberto Mancini and Carlo Ancelotti who had won the Premier League trophy.

“One day I want to train in the UK,” Montella said as quoted by Football Italia.

“I am very aware that this be part of my trip, but I had to learn English, and who knows what happens after that? My English is getting better,” he continued.

“I do not want to say that the ability to speak is very good but my teacher says I have fluent English and I try to add more hours of study per week.”

“So I hope that can happen, because I really like English football. I am inspired by the coaches such as Carlo Ancelotti and Roberto Mancini, which works very well at Chelsea and Manchester City,” said Montella.