In episode 76 of the Seleção Podcast, host Danny Pinto is joined by Ritwik Sarkar of “Breaking The Lines” to discuss the hiring of Roberto Martínez as Portugal’s next manager.

Danny and Ritwik delve into Martínez’s 6.5 years as Belgium’s manager, compare his tenure to that of Fernando Santos with the Seleção, and share their thoughts on the overall lukewarm response to the hire.

Also up for discussion is João Félix’s loan move from Atletico Madrid to Chelsea. 

 

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Related: Roberto Martínez - “Portugal must always aim to win as a modern team, with tactical flexibility” 

 

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Great podcast and an awesome job by Ritwik articulating why Roberto Martinez might indeed be an awesome hire.

Gee Dee
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Happy its him and not mourinho but i would have rathered abel or sergio or leonardo

Tomas Sheehan
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All great candidates Tomas , I think Roberto has better experience than those guys you mentioned , but is still very hungry. I think Jardim might have been a good fit. Let's see if Martinez thinks that it's worth it to get Rafa Silva out of...

All great candidates Tomas , I think Roberto has better experience than those guys you mentioned , but is still very hungry. I think Jardim might have been a good fit. Let's see if Martinez thinks that it's worth it to get Rafa Silva out of retirement.

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Gee Dee
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Danny pinto rui jorge seriously now honestly alot of better coaches than him 1 thing I can say Martinez has nothing to lose everyone has been negative about the hire world wide so he know he has doubters as for mourinho if we crash out of...

Danny pinto rui jorge seriously now honestly alot of better coaches than him 1 thing I can say Martinez has nothing to lose everyone has been negative about the hire world wide so he know he has doubters as for mourinho if we crash out of euros then that's when mourinho would step in but honestly we will see Zidane would have been a good choice but let's give it a shot with Martinez if he flops then the doubters were right but we see in the squad and games in the next few months

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