‘What I want’: Out-of-work manager suggests he’s open to West Brom job


Speaking to Sky Sports, former Huddersfield Town and Leeds United boss Carlos Corberan admits he has unfinished business in the Championship as West Brom look to replace Steve Bruce.

Of all the candidates currently linked with the Baggies’ vacant role, 39-year-old Corberan is perhaps the most intriguing.

After all, he arrived at Huddersfield Town on the back of an excellent spell; turning an unsung, unspectacular side into promotion contenders and playoff finalists.

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He is an excellent tactician, a master at adapting his game plan to suit the opposition and, as one would expect having cut his tactical teeth under Marcelo Bielsa at Elland Road, a coach who demands blood, sweat and tears from everyone. one of his players.

No wonder many West Brom fans are calling for Corberan to replace a coach in Bruce who has never looked like putting any stamp on the 22.n.d-place an Albion side who, on quality alone, should challenge at the other end of the table.

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“For me, it’s really important that the club makes the right decision about which coach they want. “What style do they want, what is the vision of the club,” explains Corberan. “For the coach, his decision is important to decide where to go.

“My work was not done (at Huddersfield). When you are really close, when you are at Wembley and you have 90 minutes to achieve something very important, when you finish the game, my feeling was clear; I want to go back and achieve.

“I want this.” Feeling like I haven’t finished my work here in England. The aim was to get the team into the Premier League (from) the Championship.”

Corberan stepped down as Huddersfield head coach in July. He is now looking for a new challenge after an 11-match spell at Olympiakos, which was even their standards, remarkably concise.

“What we love to do is coach. The worst moment for a coach is when you’re without a team,” adds Corberan. “Because of the energy you can have to improve your players, to help your club, to develop their resources, to go to the game and make your fans proud of the team.

“The feeling you get when you achieve it is the best you can feel.”

According to The Mirror, West Brom are likely to hold talks with Corberan. The similarly inactive Chris Wilder, Sean Dyche, Michael Carrick and Rob Edwards are also mentioned.

Don’t rule out Millwall’s Gary Rowett either.

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