Brentford boss Thomas Frank revealed that he would be prepared to walk away in case the criticism became too much to take in the Premier League. He believes he would have no problem turning away from management to do something more important. The departure of Steve Bruce from Newcastle this week has highlighted the level of abuse received in today’s age. Frank has not suffered any such abuse during his three years at the club during which he led the club back to the Premier League. His Brentford team has impressed while going toe to toe with some of the best teams in the league this season.
“It’s so easy these days to criticize the manager. In modern times it’s part of the job that you apparently need to be criticized if things aren’t going your way,” Brentford boss Thomas Frank said. “That’s why sometimes you think ‘is it really worth it?’ I love working with people, I love working in football. I’ve been privileged in my career to work with good people. There are highs and lows. It is a tough job. So maybe sometimes I think there are other things you also need to do in your life.”
“It’s about being aware of what are the most important things in life. Football is important, it means so many things to so many people. But there’s so much else in life that is much more important.” he added. “It’s the same in any profession. If you want to create something special you have to put in a lot of hours. It’s that part, plus the pressure, which is second to none compared to any other profession in life, or sport, I would say.”
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