Moreirense coach Ivo Vieira said today that "coaches in Portugal have no peace of mind" in a commentary on José Peseiro's departure from Sporting, a coach who described him as "excellent professional".
Invited to comment on the departure of Peseiro from the technical command of the lions, Ivo Vieira pointed out that he does not review "certain behaviors of Portuguese football" and without comment objectively, the departure of the hitherto technical of Sporting, said that in Portugal is "losing identity."
"It's an excellent professional, it made me grow a lot in my life. Today, in Portugal, with all due respect, coaches have no peace of mind, after four games it's all about. Ivo Vieira.
The coach of the minhotos, who spoke to reporters ahead of the ninth round match of the Portuguese Premier League, in which Moreirense visits Benfica, said that "people do not believe in a course and just look at the result."
"It's not just the Peseiro, all the coaches who do not have many points are concerned. Last year or two years ago, there were twenty and such changes on technical commands.If they think that this is good for football and makes football grow, continue because I do not care much, "said the Guimarães coach.
José Peseiro left Sporting Clube de Portugal today after a 2-1 defeat at Estoril Praia, of the II Liga, for the League Cup.
The 58-year-old coach returned to the lions earlier this season during the administration of the transitional management committee headed by Sousa Cintra after Bruno de Carvalho left and until the election of Frederico Varandas on September 8 .