Home / Soccer News / FIFA Legends Think Tank: the future of the recreation, as seen by its heroes

FIFA Legends Think Tank: the future of the recreation, as seen by its heroes

For any individual who loves soccer, the scenes are so precious that they border the unreal.

Two-time FIFA World Cup™ winner Cafu and Peter Schmeichel speak about the affect of the participant switch marketplace on nationwide leagues likes the ones of Brazil and Denmark. 1982 FIFA World Cup champion Alessandro Altobelli supplies his perception about what the global fit calendar used to be all over his taking part in days and what it’s now. Ruud Gullit and Alex Scott ask Pierluigi Collina to give an explanation for technical information about the adoption of video assistant referees (VAR).

The 3rd version of the FIFA Legends Think Tank assembly took the thought of giving a voice to former footballers one step additional. Forty former main avid gamers and coaches convened in London on the morning of The Best FIFA Football Awards rite and held a fruitful three-hour consultation with FIFA President Gianni Infantino and representatives of the organisation’s senior control to speak about the present state of the recreation and, most significantly, its future.

“I want it to be clear that this is not simply a gathering to talk about football, but a forum where ideas and opinions are noted and taken into account whenever FIFA acts to decide on changes in football. This is why the agenda is filled with very concrete topics, which are currently a subject of debate within football administration around the world,” stated Infantino when opening the assembly.

Firstly, the FIFA President and Deputy Secretary General (Football) Zvonimir Boban supplied the staff with updates and plans for the FIFA Legends programme. From then on, the former avid gamers and coaches engaged in very a professional discussions a few pre-determined record of scorching subjects without delay associated with the recreation, culminating with a complete replace consultation on VAR carried out by the chairman of the FIFA Referees Committee, Pierluigi Collina.

“It is gratifying to discuss such a complex subject with people who know better than anyone what is at stake in an elite football match,” stated Collina all over an elucidative presentation stuffed with video examples. “The feedback we get here is of the kind that really brings value. It makes a difference.”

The contributors of the 3rd FIFA Legends Think Tank assembly:
Carlo Ancelotti (Italy), Pablo Aimar (Argentina), Alessandro Altobelli (Italy), Emmanuel Amunike (Nigeria), Osvaldo Ardiles (Argentina), Júlio Baptista (Brazil), Bebeto (Brazil), Thomas Berthold (Germany), Cafu (Brazil), Esteban Cambiasso (Argentina), Vincent Candela (France), Iván Córdoba (Colombia), Alan Curbishley (England), Marcel Desailly (France), Luke Dowling (England), Diego Forlán (Uruguay), Nuno Gomes (Portugal), Ruud Gullit (Netherlands), Pat Jennings (Northern Ireland), Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands), Predrag Mijatović (Montenegro), Hidetoshi Nakata (Japan), Thomas N’Kono (Cameroon), Michael O’Neill (Northern Ireland), Jay Jay Okocha (Nigeria), Célia Sasić (Germany), Peter Schmeichel (Denmark), Alex Scott (England), Jaqueline Shipanga (Namibia), Dario Šimić (Croatia), Sissi (Brazil), Alexey Smertin (Russia), David Suazo (Honduras), David Trezeguet (France), Gianluca Vialli (Italy), Danny Wilson (England), Tony Woodcock (England), Dwight Yorke (Trinidad and Tobago), Javier Zanetti (Argentina) and Pascal Zuberbühler (Switzerland).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: