Setién has to stop Sarabia in front of the locker room for “intense”

“It's not a pass to Busi, it's a pass to the interiors! There!”, “Gol, put it Antoine (Griezmann), I shit on my fucking mother”, “But throw a goal! I shit on God ! ” These three expressions came out of the mouth of Eder Sarabia, second of Setién, who lived his first Classic on the bench of Barcelona in a very intense way, as they captured the cameras of #Vamos.

Setién's assistant has always lived the matches with great momentum since joining the staff of the Cantabrian on his arrival at the Las Palmas Sports Union. Nor did he change in his way through Betis, where he had his more and less with some rivals such as José Luis Gayá and angry discrepancies with the referees, which has earned him several expulsions and penalties.

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Intensity in your work is one of your hallmarks but Quique is trying to reassure Sarabia on her arrival in Barcelona, aware of the difficult management of the culé costumes.

As AS has learned, Setién has had to calm Sarabia by “his intensity” intuiting that it is not a feature that dazzles the culé squad, used to assimilate the concepts in a more relaxed way. The quiet combination of Setien in front of the agitated Sarabia seems to still have to adjust to what the costumes in Can Barça demand.