Stiliyan Petrov “As somebody who played for Celtic, or any big club, if somebody came and said, ‘One day would you like to manage [them]?’ of course. It is one of the best things that you can do. It shows you how good you are as a manager, what you have achieved and you have been appreciated to do the right job. After 2 years of hard work I have finally completed the UEFA Pro-Licence, it’s time to get back in football, Martin O’Neill was the one that I have really learned a lot from, How to keep things simple, how to manage people, how to communicate with people, with what is important in football.”
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