Josuha Guilavogui on VfL Wolfsburg and His Switch to VfB Stuttgart Under Coach Bruno Labbadia
Yes, he would have liked to be changed to VfB Stuttgart.
Joshua Guilavogui freely confesses this.
But not since I don’t feel comfortable here at VFL, emphasizes the Frenchman.
I just wished to play more once again. And I would have got this alternative in Stuttgart. I would have loved to work again under Bruno Lambada.
The trainer who is of terrific significance for the 32-year-old.
Much more: I have a unique relationship with him, describes Guilavogui, who was as soon as made the captain by the CFB coach in Wolfsburg.
And who now wished to tempt him to Swabia.
He called me, informed me that he required me, reports the midfielder in the interview.
guilavogui would have exchanged the struggle for the global locations he objected to with VFL for the transfer fight.
I am a grateful individual, I know what Bruno Lambada provided for me in Wolfsburg at the time. I originated from a severe injury, he right away gave me the trust. That’s why I would have loved to pay him back a bit.
Wolfsburg, nevertheless, made a veto, VFL coach Nike Kovacs stressed the importance of Guilavoguis for the team on and next to the square.
The Frenchman desired to alter, he can live with the choice.
I am likewise really grateful to VFL, so I could not cause difficulty and even step on the strike. I accepted the choice.
In summer, his contract ends with VFL, to which he altered in 2014.
Guilavogui: I do not fret about that at the moment. I am now in the last 3rd of my career and I do not understand what will happen tomorrow. This is a different sensation.
In the interview (Thursday edition, also offered as an magazine), Joshua Guilavogui also speaks about his little time in Wolfsburg, the problem of Maxence Delacroix and his supporter when he himself was young.
And I would have got this choice in Stuttgart. I am a grateful individual, I know what Bruno Lambada did for me in Wolfsburg at the time. Guilavogui: I do not worry about that at the moment. I am now in the last 3rd of my career and I do not understand what will happen tomorrow.