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Trener: Carlos Corberan
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En mann som virkelig fortjener en tråd er U23-trener og nå en del av trenerteamet til Bielsa! Han har en stor stjerne i Leeds og noen tipper ham som en fremtidig head-coach inklubben!





Carlos Corberán
Carlos Corberán Vallet (born 07 April 1983) is a Spanish football coach, currently holds a dual role as First Team Coach at English club Leeds United[1] and Head Coach of Leeds United's Under 23's.[2]

Carlos Corberán
Personal information
Full name
Carlos Corberán Vallet
Date of birth
7 April 1983 (age 35)
Place of birth
Valencia, Spain
Club information
Current team
Leeds United (Under 23's Manager)
2012–13
Ittihad FC (Assistant Manager)
2013–14
AD Alcorcón (Academy Manager)
2014–16
Al-Nassr FC (Coach)
2016–2017
Ermis FC (Coach)
2017
Ermis FC (Head Coach)
2017–
Leeds United (Under 23's Head Coach)
Coaching Career   Edit

In February 2012, Corberán signed for Saudi Arabia team Al-Ittihad alongside Head Coach Raúl Caneda after Pep Guardiola's recommendation of Corberán to the Arab team. Whilst at the club, he was part of the management team who helped get the club to the semifinals of the ACL.[3]

In the season 2013-14 took charge of the AD Alcorcón B youth side, until the month of January 2014, where it was relieved of his duties by Jose Maria Rico.[3]

In the season 2014-15 he joined Al-Nassr FC as a Coach. Where they were runners up in the Saudi Arabia Super Cup, and reached the group phase in the AFC Champions League and also a finalist in the King’s Cup.[3]

In December 2016, signed as coach at Ermis Aradippou FC. In January 2017, he was appointed the new Head Coach of Ermis Aradippou FC of the Cypriot First Division. This was his first role as Head Coach of a senior side where he helped guide them to a 7th Place Finish.[3]

On 21 June 2017, he was announced as the new Leeds United Under 23's Manager replacing the departed Jason Blunt.[4][5]

After the appointment of new Head Coach Marcelo Bielsa in June 2018, Corberán was promoted to the First Team Coach as well as continuing his role as the Head Coach of the Under 23's.[1]
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Sv: Trener: Carlos Corberan
« Svar #1 på: Desember 03, 2018, 20:43:40 »
Ashli Burchill

I'm positive Corberan was recommended by Thomas Christiansen?


Stuart Grant

It was announced on the OS that Bravo, Orta and Underwood appointed him. His last job was in Cyprus though, so TC may well have known him. But Corberan has worked all over the place, including Spain and the Middle East, so probably well known to many people.


Weststand cowboy

TC knew him in Cyprus also he is know to pep hence an indirect link to MB and why he was kept on,highly rated in coaching circles abroad


Stuart Grant

According to Wiki it was Pep that recommended him for his first job in Saudi Arabia

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Marcelo Bielsa hails 'talented' Leeds United coach Carlos Corberan

Tuesday 02 October 2018
Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa has praised fellow coach Carlos Corberan believing the Spaniard to be "very talented" and has an opinion that he values "more than his own".

Corberan, who is the Whites under-23s head coach, has made the step up to the first team staff under the Argentine since his arrival in June.

The 35-year-old has retained his role with the United academy but also works with the senior squad on a daily basis and is an integral part of Bielsa's coaching staff.

Corberan is now a first team coach in an official capacity but holds a "special responsibility for pathway of the under-23s and under-18s" at Thorp Arch. His new role means he is in charge of implementing a consistent style between the Leeds first team and academy.

Bielsa, who brought an influx of coaches to Elland Road, has welcomed the Spaniard into his inner circle and has revealed he values his opinion more than his own.

"Carlos is a good colleague, I have found that," Bielsa said. "He is very talented. I listen more to his opinion than I give mine to him."

Marcelo Bielsa denies Leeds United injury list has affected Whites form
Corberan's under-23s have made an impressive start to the season losing just once in their opening eight fixtures of the campaign.

Bielsa has utilised the development team as a place for those in his squad not getting minutes in the Championship to keep fit and it was no different on Monday as Leeds defeated Nottingham Forest 2-0 with a number of senior players involved.

"For example, today [Monday], six players that will be substitutes tomorrow [against Hull] played in today’s game. We could say that we have 18 starters.

"And usually four are missing because they are suspended, because they are injured and you substitute these players missing with young players.

"[Jamie] Shackleton, [Tom] Pearce and [Jack] Clarke are youngsters that come from the under-23s. Leeds has a tradition of forming players and I like to collaborate with the project of bringing young players to the first team.

Bielsa has also been spotted watching the development side a numbers of times this season and believes it to be an essential part of his job: "If you don’t watch the games of the youngsters, you can’t take them into account and see how good they are."

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Sv: Trener: Carlos Corberan
« Svar #3 på: Desember 20, 2018, 20:48:26 »
How Leeds United, Carlos Corberan and Marcelo Bielsa are creating a lasting Thorp Arch legacy


 Joe Urquhart  Published: 15:29 Updated: 16:45 Wednesday 19 December 2018
 When Carlos Corberan and Victor Orta sat down to discuss the vacant Under-23s head coach role at Leeds United in July 2017 they probably couldn't have envisaged what was to come in the 18 months that followed.

Corberan, best known for his six season stint as assistant manager with La Liga side Villareal, took up the position at Thorp Arch with a squad barely fit for action thanks to a previous regime that had left the famous United production line to rot.

Leeds United Under-23s head coach Carlos Corberan.

 An in flux of foreign imports followed and by the 35-year-old's own admission there was too much too soon for his development squad as they mustered just three wins from his first 17 games in charge as they reached the New Year.

"We know that at the start of the season we create too many new players," Corberan reflected last April. "We take the risk to start the season without create the real squad, little by little we work to introduce some players and then of course I think the decision of the scouting area with Victor Orta and Andrea [Radrizzani] and the people who work in the club help us a lot to put some very good players in Under-18 and Under-23s."

Criticism was fierce and it was coming from all angles as United's results wavered. Former Leeds United defender Ian Harte was the most vocal as he posted his disgust at a loss of identity in the Whites academy: "Fuming tonight, went to watch LUFC Under 23s v Birmingham. Leeds is losing its identity, as all I could hear was Spanish been spoken by players and manager!!!"

The Irishman would go on to question the "passion" and "desire to wear the LUFC shirt with pride." The key stats behind Leeds United's table-topping Championship form An upturn came as United finished the 2017/18 season strongly. More development squad signings followed in January of this year and United boasted some positive results finishing the campaign in mid-table after a dismal start.

Fast forward to the present day and those dissenting voices are becoming ever so quiet. Marcelo Bielsa's arrival at the club in June signalled a statement of intent from the club. They wanted promotion to the Premier League but also something bigger, a lasting legacy they could be proud of. "The goal is building something which will last," Paraag Marathe told the YEP following the San Francisco 49ers summer investment at Elland Road.

"Going big on rebuilding the culture of the football side of the organisation - that's what the appointment of [Marcelo] Bielsa is. It's all about rebooting that football culture."

 United's Under-23s had undergone that same surgery just a year before and the Argentine's appointment was a continuation of that re-build at the academy.A mix of talent acquired through United's scouting network's and a selection from the academy shaped the new side under Corberan heading into the 2018 campaign following a number of outgoings across the summer.

United's training ground itself has undergone a major transition with a brand new academy building shooting up under the Argentine's guidance.Here's every Championship teams lowest attendance of the season - do Leeds United really take more? Leeds, barely six months on from Bielsa's appointment and 18 months from Corberan's arrival, are already reaping the rewards.

2018 on a whole has been a strong year for United's development team. 31 league games, 19 wins, 5 draws and 7 defeats - quite the turnaround for a side "lacking no identity" nearly 12 months ago."We are a big club, we want to win games and dominate to show we have the future of Leeds right here," Corberan stated last season.

The appointment of former striker Richard Cresswell to oversee all age groups as Head of Academy Coaching went under the radar but is another move in securing the future of United's youth as they look to create tomorrows stars today. The arrival of Bielsa, shrewd recruitment for Leeds' academy ranks from Victor Orta and tireless work from coaches across all age groups have aided the first-team squad already.

“The link between the academy and the first-team is very important and maybe my philosophy of football is the same as Marcelo has too," Corberan revealed. "We’re working all of us in the same direction."The Spaniard worked closely with former managers Thomas Christiansen and Paul Heckingbottom but it is no secret he has been embraced by Bielsa's inner circle. He now holds the role of ensuring the transition between the development squad and first-team is as seamless as possible and is a regular in the dugout on Championship match days.

United, whether through choice or necessity this season, have had to rely on that very production line that Corberan oversees.


Jack Clarke, Jamie Shackleton and Aapo Halme are just a few of those who have made the leap into Championship action - it is no accident they have looked assured and well prepared for the rigours of life in the big leagues.“There’s a certain style of play we need to implement: how to play from the back, through the middle of the park and how to finish in attack," Cresswell said of United's academy philosophy.

The Under-23s often implement the same formations and tactics as the first-team and the results have come quicker than first thought. United, who struggled in the PDL North last season, now sit top of the pile as they look towards 2019.“We give a lot of credit to what the academy brings to the first team,” Bielsa said in October. “I’d like to thank the academy for all of the good players they’re giving us."

The 63-year-old has chosen a number of development players to train with the senior squad since his arrival and his insistence of the 'next man up' attitude during the injury woes this season has paid dividends.“It opens their eyes to the intensity and the tactical awareness they need," Cresswell said. "If you don’t expose them, they’ll never learn.”

As 2018 comes to an end United can reflect on the early stages of a "culture reset" that has already been put into practice.The academy has always been famed for its production of youth but after being stripped to its knees not so long ago there is now reason to be optimistic once again.

“It all comes down to development," Cresswell admitted."At 18s level in particular it’s 100 per cent not about coaches wanting to win. That drive comes from the players, who want to win because every player does. But the coaches set up the team to test them with how we want to play and what we expect.”

Whether Bielsa is here to see it or not the next crop of Whites youngsters are already being readied - a lasting legacy in its infant stages that has seen immediate results.More often than not the two don't come hand in hand and patience has been required over the last 18 months as Leeds have invested heavily in their youth ranks.

Bielsa's belief in blooding in youngsters who know his system rather than turn to the transfer market will be tested as the winter transfer window approaches but it has been his way to date. He, after all, opted for 20-year-old Will Huffer over the option of an emergency loan when United's goalkeeping issues reached breaking point in November for the visit of Bristol City.

One thing remains, though, that his impact at both senior and academy level will be around even after he has gone.There are many cogs in the Thorp Arch machine that are just as vital as Bielsa - as he himself would attest to - but his willingness to turn to youth and the old mantra of 'if you're good enough, you're old enough' stands United in good stead for the legacy they want, crave and, to some extent, have already begun to create.

Read more at: https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/how-leeds-united-carlos-corberan-and-marcelo-bielsa-are-creating-a-lasting-thorp-arch-legacy-1-9501510
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« Svar #4 på: Desember 20, 2018, 22:58:25 »
How Leeds United, Carlos Corberan and Marcelo Bielsa are creating a lasting Thorp Arch legacy


 Joe Urquhart  Published: 15:29 Updated: 16:45 Wednesday 19 December 2018
 When Carlos Corberan and Victor Orta sat down to discuss the vacant Under-23s head coach role at Leeds United in July 2017 they probably couldn't have envisaged what was to come in the 18 months that followed.

Corberan, best known for his six season stint as assistant manager with La Liga side Villareal, took up the position at Thorp Arch with a squad barely fit for action thanks to a previous regime that had left the famous United production line to rot.

Leeds United Under-23s head coach Carlos Corberan.

 An in flux of foreign imports followed and by the 35-year-old's own admission there was too much too soon for his development squad as they mustered just three wins from his first 17 games in charge as they reached the New Year.

"We know that at the start of the season we create too many new players," Corberan reflected last April. "We take the risk to start the season without create the real squad, little by little we work to introduce some players and then of course I think the decision of the scouting area with Victor Orta and Andrea [Radrizzani] and the people who work in the club help us a lot to put some very good players in Under-18 and Under-23s."

Criticism was fierce and it was coming from all angles as United's results wavered. Former Leeds United defender Ian Harte was the most vocal as he posted his disgust at a loss of identity in the Whites academy: "Fuming tonight, went to watch LUFC Under 23s v Birmingham. Leeds is losing its identity, as all I could hear was Spanish been spoken by players and manager!!!"

The Irishman would go on to question the "passion" and "desire to wear the LUFC shirt with pride." The key stats behind Leeds United's table-topping Championship form An upturn came as United finished the 2017/18 season strongly. More development squad signings followed in January of this year and United boasted some positive results finishing the campaign in mid-table after a dismal start.

Fast forward to the present day and those dissenting voices are becoming ever so quiet. Marcelo Bielsa's arrival at the club in June signalled a statement of intent from the club. They wanted promotion to the Premier League but also something bigger, a lasting legacy they could be proud of. "The goal is building something which will last," Paraag Marathe told the YEP following the San Francisco 49ers summer investment at Elland Road.

"Going big on rebuilding the culture of the football side of the organisation - that's what the appointment of [Marcelo] Bielsa is. It's all about rebooting that football culture."

 United's Under-23s had undergone that same surgery just a year before and the Argentine's appointment was a continuation of that re-build at the academy.A mix of talent acquired through United's scouting network's and a selection from the academy shaped the new side under Corberan heading into the 2018 campaign following a number of outgoings across the summer.

United's training ground itself has undergone a major transition with a brand new academy building shooting up under the Argentine's guidance.Here's every Championship teams lowest attendance of the season - do Leeds United really take more? Leeds, barely six months on from Bielsa's appointment and 18 months from Corberan's arrival, are already reaping the rewards.

2018 on a whole has been a strong year for United's development team. 31 league games, 19 wins, 5 draws and 7 defeats - quite the turnaround for a side "lacking no identity" nearly 12 months ago."We are a big club, we want to win games and dominate to show we have the future of Leeds right here," Corberan stated last season.

The appointment of former striker Richard Cresswell to oversee all age groups as Head of Academy Coaching went under the radar but is another move in securing the future of United's youth as they look to create tomorrows stars today. The arrival of Bielsa, shrewd recruitment for Leeds' academy ranks from Victor Orta and tireless work from coaches across all age groups have aided the first-team squad already.

“The link between the academy and the first-team is very important and maybe my philosophy of football is the same as Marcelo has too," Corberan revealed. "We’re working all of us in the same direction."The Spaniard worked closely with former managers Thomas Christiansen and Paul Heckingbottom but it is no secret he has been embraced by Bielsa's inner circle. He now holds the role of ensuring the transition between the development squad and first-team is as seamless as possible and is a regular in the dugout on Championship match days.

United, whether through choice or necessity this season, have had to rely on that very production line that Corberan oversees.


Jack Clarke, Jamie Shackleton and Aapo Halme are just a few of those who have made the leap into Championship action - it is no accident they have looked assured and well prepared for the rigours of life in the big leagues.“There’s a certain style of play we need to implement: how to play from the back, through the middle of the park and how to finish in attack," Cresswell said of United's academy philosophy.

The Under-23s often implement the same formations and tactics as the first-team and the results have come quicker than first thought. United, who struggled in the PDL North last season, now sit top of the pile as they look towards 2019.“We give a lot of credit to what the academy brings to the first team,” Bielsa said in October. “I’d like to thank the academy for all of the good players they’re giving us."

The 63-year-old has chosen a number of development players to train with the senior squad since his arrival and his insistence of the 'next man up' attitude during the injury woes this season has paid dividends.“It opens their eyes to the intensity and the tactical awareness they need," Cresswell said. "If you don’t expose them, they’ll never learn.”

As 2018 comes to an end United can reflect on the early stages of a "culture reset" that has already been put into practice.The academy has always been famed for its production of youth but after being stripped to its knees not so long ago there is now reason to be optimistic once again.

“It all comes down to development," Cresswell admitted."At 18s level in particular it’s 100 per cent not about coaches wanting to win. That drive comes from the players, who want to win because every player does. But the coaches set up the team to test them with how we want to play and what we expect.”

Whether Bielsa is here to see it or not the next crop of Whites youngsters are already being readied - a lasting legacy in its infant stages that has seen immediate results.More often than not the two don't come hand in hand and patience has been required over the last 18 months as Leeds have invested heavily in their youth ranks.

Bielsa's belief in blooding in youngsters who know his system rather than turn to the transfer market will be tested as the winter transfer window approaches but it has been his way to date. He, after all, opted for 20-year-old Will Huffer over the option of an emergency loan when United's goalkeeping issues reached breaking point in November for the visit of Bristol City.

One thing remains, though, that his impact at both senior and academy level will be around even after he has gone.There are many cogs in the Thorp Arch machine that are just as vital as Bielsa - as he himself would attest to - but his willingness to turn to youth and the old mantra of 'if you're good enough, you're old enough' stands United in good stead for the legacy they want, crave and, to some extent, have already begun to create.

Read more at: https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/football/leeds-united/how-leeds-united-carlos-corberan-and-marcelo-bielsa-are-creating-a-lasting-thorp-arch-legacy-1-9501510

Amen

samadhi

Sv: Trener: Carlos Corberan
« Svar #5 på: Desember 21, 2018, 07:45:01 »
Vår neste trener. En som kan føre videre arven etter Bielsa når han en dag takker for seg.
marching on together,
derudaf forever...

raggen

Sv: Trener: Carlos Corberan
« Svar #6 på: Desember 21, 2018, 16:30:07 »
Vår neste trener. En som kan føre videre arven etter Bielsa når han en dag takker for seg.

sagt det samme før og håper så inderlig det blir tilfelle den dagen Bielsa gir seg
Forever Leeds United!!!!!!!!

RoarG

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« Svar #7 på: Desember 13, 2019, 21:43:09 »
Dersom Leeds ikke rykker opp til PL i '20, har man nok ikke penger til å lønne Bielsa lenger. Gamle-keeper Robinson mener Corberan vil være ideell som manager i et "strippet" Leeds. Da forutsetter jeg at Rad forblir eier, ikke selger til pengesterke arabere.

https://motleedsnews.com/exclusives/exclusive-paul-robinson-names-ideal-manager-for-leeds-if-bielsa-misses-promotion/
"Jeg tror ikke på Gud, men etter Bielsas ansettelse må jeg nok revurdere", Roar Gustavsen, januar 2020

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« Svar #8 på: Mai 26, 2022, 17:19:06 »
Skal sjå han returnerer til PL som assistenten til Carlos  ;D


Simon Stone
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Huddersfield boss Carlos Corberan has confirmed he has spoken to Marcelo Bielsa ahead of Sunday's play-off final. "I spent a good time talking with Marcelo in the last week. He has given me a lot of support in different moments. He will be watching the play-offs."
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« Svar #9 på: Mai 26, 2022, 17:40:08 »
Skal sjå han returnerer til PL som assistenten til Carlos  ;D


Simon Stone
@sistoney67

Huddersfield boss Carlos Corberan has confirmed he has spoken to Marcelo Bielsa ahead of Sunday's play-off final. "I spent a good time talking with Marcelo in the last week. He has given me a lot of support in different moments. He will be watching the play-offs."
Hadde vært gøy om de hadde rykket opp.
Blir uansett morro å følge Corberan videre. Sterk prestasjon denne sesongen.

peacock

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« Svar #10 på: Mai 27, 2022, 08:23:48 »
Gøy!?
Det er Huddersfield!

Bromancer

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« Svar #11 på: Mai 27, 2022, 08:36:24 »
Gøy!?
Det er Huddersfield!

Jeg har en "soft spot" for Carlos, men jeg håper på Forest. Vil ha dem i PL (kun basert på nostalgi). Likevel hadde det vært gøy med Yorkshirederby også....

leedslife

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« Svar #12 på: Mai 27, 2022, 09:14:24 »
Gøy!?
Det er Huddersfield!
Nei, jeg var nok i overkant raus da jeg ønsker en av våre egne suksess.
Kom til klubben da det fortsatt var ustabilt. Hadde sikkert en viktig del av suksessen med Bielsa.
Holdt såvidt plassen for et Huddersfield i oppløsning og støy. Og til helgen tar han de kanskje opp. Fortsatt i tredveårene.. nei takke meg til

Kato

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« Svar #13 på: Mai 27, 2022, 09:31:05 »
Klokkeklart ønske om Huddersfield opp. Først og fremst for at vi skal kunne hente Brennan Johnson.
 

Bromancer

Sv: Trener: Carlos Corberan
« Svar #14 på: Mai 27, 2022, 09:55:35 »
Klokkeklart ønske om Huddersfield opp. Først og fremst for at vi skal kunne hente Brennan Johnson.

Fair enough! Kan ikke se for oss at vi signerer flere vinger under Marsch men...

Kato

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« Svar #15 på: Mai 27, 2022, 10:19:51 »
Klokkeklart ønske om Huddersfield opp. Først og fremst for at vi skal kunne hente Brennan Johnson.

Fair enough! Kan ikke se for oss at vi signerer flere vinger under Marsch men...

Ingen ren ving etter mitt syn. Ganske anvendelig, med Aaronson i 8er-rollen er det en strålende 10er. 16 mål og 10 assist denne sesongen, båret dette Forest-laget som 21-åring. Strålende i playoffen, hvor han har scoret i begge. Spiller for store anledninger. Så han linket til oss her om dagen hvis Forest ikke går opp, hadde vært helt glimrende. Så her må bare Corberan gjøre jobben.
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