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Posté le: Jeu 14 Juin - 05:07 (2018) Sujet du message: How Michigan basketball is inspiring Spain's World Cup team
One day before sbobet168 the start of the 2018 World Cup, the Spanish federation fired coach Julen Lopetegui after he agreed to take over as manager of Real Madrid once the World Cup ended.
Lopetegui was announced as the new coach of Real Madrid on Tuesday and according to Spain federation president Luis Rubiales, he did not keep the federation in the loop.
So, two days before Spain's opener against Portugal, the team is without a coach. But at least one player isn't worried.
Defender Gerard Pique is drawing inspiration from... the 1989 University of Michigan basketball team.
Translated: University of Michigan Basketball. 1989. NCAA Champion. sbobet168 It would not be the first time it happens. All united, now more than ever.
Pique was referencing Michigan basketball coach Bill Frieder, who took a job with Arizona State right before the NCAA tournament. Like the federation did to Lopetegui, then athletic director Bo Schembechler did to Frieder.
"A Michigan man will coach Michigan," Schembechler said.
Schembechler let go of Frieder, promoted Steve Fisher, and then the Wolverines went on to win the 1989 championship.
If Spain were to pull an '89 Michigan, it would be its second Cup in history. The other was won in 2010. sbobet168