He is the youngest coach in Serie A: Marco Sinibaldi took over the management ofIt’s Trentino in their first historical experience in the Women’s Championship of Serie A1, with the aim of building a technical and emotional identity of a group with some veterans but also many young people to launch them on big stages.
“It’s a very strong emotion – he confesses Sinibaldi to Marcello Oberosler, who interviewed him The Daily T– . It’s an honor to be here with this role, it’s an opportunity that I’m trying to live with all my might. Trento is a model club in every respect. I live this adventure with determination and concentration, but also with enthusiasm and real happiness.”
“This is a wonderful group to coach at the moment: there is commitment, there is awareness, there is the hunger to improve, to establish yourself, to be protagonists. There are all the prerequisites for significant individual and team improvements over the course of the season.”.
There were defeats in the first official games, but there were many good signs behind them: “We have many players with great development potential but little or no experience in Serie A1: the team is not homogeneous from this point of view, but I see a really promising spirit of collaboration and unity of purpose.”
“The message I want to convey to the team – he comes to the conclusion – is that we don’t have to compete against anyone: we have to try to use every Sunday, every game, every opportunity to get the points we need to keep the category. Let’s play openly, build our technical and emotional identity: the playing field will do the rest. It’s pointless to think about who to support..
(Source: Il T Quotidiano)