Quique Setién is already a coach of Barcelona, a team that perfectly communicates with his idea of conceiving football, but also has an identity that constantly asks himself what to do: whether to be independentist or not.
When Guardiola said that Spain was an oppressive country, Quique Setién was asked about it: “I do not understand that Spain is considered an oppressive country, obviously, because it is not. We have had a democracy for many years that cost a lot to get and get into these processes only leads us to create conflicts and problems before people, “said Setién.
On a possible independence of Catalonia, Setién has once taken him to the sports field: “I would be very sorry that the Catalan teams had to leave the Spanish League,” he said: “Barcelona, Espanyol, Girona … there are teams that give a lot of packaging to the Spanish league and have been here for a lifetime ”
“There are many behaviors and procedures with which one can more or less agree, but I would love that we could continue to enjoy a team from the Barcelona entity in our league,” he said in 2017.