Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Ben Brereton has a new coach and will wait for further opportunities at Villarreal

After the dismissal of Quique Setién, who gave Big Ben just over 100 minutes in three games, the Yellow Submarine presented its new coach: José Rojo Martín. With the help of “Pacheta”, the Anglo-Chilean striker will certainly want to bring in even more action.

Ben Brereton today he put his head on Chilean team where he was a starter in the Bitter debut in the South American qualifiers against Uruguay but surely he figured it out Villarreal He has a new coach.

Four days after Quique Setién was sacked due to his poor start in the Spanish league, the Yellow Submarine have already found a replacement: José Rojo Martín. A coach with whom Big Ben will expect more opportunities.

More opportunities for Ben Brereton?

Although the legendary Raul As an option to sit on the Groguets bench, in reality the former footballer and current Spanish coach nicknamed “Pacheta” will take charge of the team.

Quique Setién had three defeats and one win in the 2023/24 season and was released from his duties. The coach didn’t give the Stoke-on-Trent native much leeway, so the excitement is now building.

The English striker, who has a Chilean mother, played just 103 minutes in three of a possible four games, with his only tally being a yellow card and no goals or assists.

Therefore, Brereton will certainly hope that Pacheta will give him more chances to prove himself in attack and fight for a chance to be in the starting XI in his trial that has just begun. So after seeing action with La Roja, he needs to fully concentrate on fighting for a position.

When will José Rojo Martín make his Villarreal debut?

Following the FIFA appointment, the Yellow Submarine will return to action on Sunday September 17th. Pacheta will make his debut against Almería on matchday five of La Liga, starting at 11:15 a.m. in Chile.

When does Ben Brereton play for La Roja?

On Tuesday, September 12, Chile will host Colombia at the Monumental Stadium from 9:30 p.m. for the second date of South American qualification for the 2026 World Cup. Brereton is expected to be in the starting line-up, as he was against Uruguay.

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