Manchester United legend Gary Neville is doing his best to take his Valencia squad out of the old times by introducing some modern technology, which he thinks can help the team secure a top-four finish in La Liga.
Under Neville, Valencia lost their first game to Lyon in the Champions League, and followed it up with a 1-1 draw to Eibar on Sunday. They currently lie 8th in the league table.
However, Manchester United legend has wasted no time in introducing new methods as he seeks to improve his team, and aims for a quick return to Europe’s elite.
Reports suggest Neville has bought each one of his players an iPad to help them better understand his tactical instructions.
Miguel Angel Angulo, who was promoted from coaching the youth teams to become one of Neville’s staff, confirmed: “Yes, there will be an iPad available to each player to show them training sessions and clips from games.”
The new manager is also taking daily Spanish lessons at 6 AM.