Stuart Baxter says he want to create a culture of Youth devolopment in Odisha Fc
Indian Super League’s new entity Odisha FC part ways with their coach Joseph Gombau in the month of March. Since then they were looking for a great coach, now they appointed their new head coach Stuart Baxter. He was the head coach of South Africa National team.
In an interaction with the club’s Head of Football Operations Abhik Chatterjee over a video call on a variety isuues.
Stuart Baxter says joining Odisha FC warm his heart
“The impression was the ambition, it was desire and it was something that is a little bit warm to my heart.
“Something like in South Africa, in some of the places where social commitment and the commitment to the youth of that area is paramount. So, that came across as a desire or an ambition that is in the club and they wanted the new coach to embrace that.”
Stuart Baxter says government wants to help the club
“Now, we don’t really ask ourselves the question that what we really do to deserve that help? Where is our role in this partnership.
“I think those lines are pretty clear here. The government wants to help and the club wants to repay that by creating something which will be good for our supporters and everybody here in Odisha.”
Stuart Baxter says he want to create a culture of devolopment in the culb
“I can say that there will be an emphasis on youth. It’s my job to make sure the culture of the club is based on development, coaching, team spirit, understanding your role and the responsibilities to the club and to the state.
“So, I think, no matter how we spin it, the youth are going to play a very important role in this and for us, it’s vital that we make sure that we give those young players the best possible chance of being able to develop and answer the core that we are making.”