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Toni Kroos intends to be a commentator when he retires

Tue 01 December 2020 | 19:31

Real Madrid star Toni Kroos has outlined why he doesn’t have any plan to remain as a coach in the game when he retires.

Real Madrid

midfielder has stated that he would prefer to start commentary rather than stay in the game of football as a coach at the end of his career, and he also intends to spend more time with his family.

Kroos

told Magenta TV, as per Marca: “

I could imagine sitting next to a great commentator and commenting on certain things. That is something different than what an expert does who says what was good or bad after the match

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“Why would I not want to coach? I don’t want the stress of traveling, spending half my life in hotels and being away from family, I don’t want that anymore.

“At most, I would coach a small youth team.”

The German star has been a regular in the Spanish club since joining in the summer of 2014 and he is believed to be one of the best in his position. He has played 287 games for the club and has won 13 trophies across his spell at the club.


source: SportMob