Guillem Cabestany’s tenure at FC Porto is over. The Spaniard himself, on social media, was announcing that he would leave the Dragons, after six seasons at the helm of the Blues and the Whites.
Since 2015, Cabestany has led Porto to two championships, three Portuguese Cups and four Super Cups.
5:15 I get up, close my eyes and try to sleep a little longer, I don’t want to wake up yet, I want to try to sleep a little longer to enjoy a few more minutes of the dream I was dreaming. No way. I am anxious, nervous, the same day or more as the day I arrived in Porto, the first day I entered Dragao, where I walked in the best hockey rink in the world, the day the dream began. Dreams usually last a few hours at most, but this time it has been extended to six years.
Six years of work, a lot of work, passions, many feelings, but above all passion, a lot of passion, 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, of passion and enjoyment of luck, I had to be able to live professionally that more What I like is hockey. Few people are fortunate enough to be able to devote myself fully to what I love to do most in life.
That’s why I will never be able to thank all that FCPorto, its workers, players, staff and fans have given me. Once again thank you very much, I will always miss you all.
But like all dreams, there comes a time when it’s time to wake up, and today it’s about getting up and getting up to leave.
And I am nervous and anxious, same or more than the first day I arrived in Porto, because I really want to go back to my homeland, I really need, I need my family (a lot), my friends on the street, the usual landscapes so that you can regain perspective and enjoy from afar the memories of these years The wonderful six of my life.
thank you very much all.
See you at the hockey rinks.
Big hug from Portista.”
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