Ramadan Sobhi talks about difference between Egyptian & foreign coaches
Stoke City winger Ramadan Sobhi thinks that coaches in England are more open to listening to their players than their counterparts in Egypt.
The 21-year-old believes that in England players are more able to express their opinions to their coaches, while in Egypt it is harder for them to do so.
“A coach in England wouldn’t mind listening to what a player has to say, and if he liked your view he will use it and apply it to the team,” the young player told MBC Masr TV channel.
“This is not allowed at all in Egypt. The coach is the only one who speaks, and as a player, it is not appropriate for you to express your thoughts to the coach,” he added. “What is the problem in communicating what I have in mind to my coach? I don’t see a problem with that but in Egypt this never happens.”
Sobhi has been struggling at 19th placed Stoke City, receiving little game time and few starts with most of his appearances as a late substitute. He recently responded to speculations regarding leaving relegation zone battlers Stoke who have 27 points from 31 matches.
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