Ex-Arsenal legend Robert Pires has announced his longing to turn into a transient head coach.
The 46-year-old isn’t at present utilized as a full-time coach, yet during the last hardly any seasons, he has accomplished work assisting at the Gunners.
Pires explained in a meeting with Moroccan journalist Zineb El Houari that he was able to make the transition to full-time coaching and was quick to seek after research in Spain to do as such.
He also discussed aspirations, later on, to turn into a manager-yet said he had no decision on which team or league he landed a place in.
“There are some who chose to turn into a coach or sports director or a consultant. I’ve taken this path and despite everything encourages me to be in football. In any case, I think coaching is a great job, despite the fact that it’s hard consistently,” said Pires.
Until moving to North London in 2000, Pires sharpened his footballing ability as a youngin his native France at the Metz and Marseille Ligue 1 clubs,
Pires proceeded to win two Premier League titles and two FA Cups in a six-season stretch at the Gunners with his countryman Arsene Wenger as a coach.
After leaving Arsenal, Pires went through four years at Villarreal in La Liga before completing his career with brief periods at Aston Villa and FC Goa.
At the international level, Pires won with France in the 1998 World Cup and 2000 European Championship, gathering 79 caps along the way.