The Daily Mail reveals that Spanish technicians have been mimicked to the point of using the Geordie, a dialect used in northeastern England.
Rafa Benítez’s Newcastle is a solo leader of the Football League Championship, the English second division, and perhaps one of the keys to its success is the maximum level of mimicry that has acquired the technical staff of the exentrenador of Real Madrid.
It has always been said that Benítez likes to control even the smallest detail of everything that happens around his wardrobe, but the information unveiled on this occasion by the Daily Mail reaches unsuspected limits. Thanks to a photograph in which Mikel Antía, second trainer of the magpies, appears working in his office, the British newspaper has brought to light a list of words translated to Geordie, a local dialect used in the northwest of England.
Just a few days ago, Dr. Paul Catterson, one of Newcastle’s doctors, praised in an interview with The Chronicle the good ways of Benitez with each and every one of the employees of the club: “The way in which it communicates With everyone being brilliant, from the kitchen staff to the highest office. Everything goes well off the field and, for me, then that is reflected inside it, “he stressed.