Spain’s controversial and now dismissed head coach Jorge Vilda has told of his wild dreams of wanting to coach Real Madrid.
Earlier this week, the Spanish Football Federation announced the immediate dismissal of Jorge Vilda, the head coach of Spain’s women’s team. This decision was made just a few weeks after he led La Roja to their first World Cup title.
The sacking occurred amid the ongoing fallout from Luis Rubiales’ non-consensual kiss of Jenni Hermoso, a situation in which Vilda was considered one of Rubiales’ closest allies. Vilda himself had been a controversial figure, as evidenced by the events surrounding “the 15” last summer.
Vilda views his dismissal as “unjust,” but he is not dwelling on it. Instead, he is looking forward to the future and has already outlined an ambitious goal, as he shared with Radio MARCA via Sport.
“I would love to coach the best teams, and Real Madrid is one of the best.”
Real Madrid might be in search of a new manager next summer, as Carlo Ancelotti’s contract is due to expire at the end of this season. Nevertheless, it would be highly surprising if Vilda were to be considered for the position in the event that it becomes available.