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(CNN) — Once one of the world’s most powerful travel documents, the might of the US passport has shriveled under the cloud of coronavirus, with doors slammed shut across the planet to American travelers.

With US coronavirus cases recently passing the three million mark, many nations now view America with trepidation. No matter how much they want those tourism dollars, they’re unwilling to take the risk of opening their borders.

Even as restrictions ease up in some places, Americans are still on the danger list. Earlier this month, the European Union omitted the United States from its list of 15 countries whose citizens are permitted to visit.

While most US travelers are staying close to home this summer, preferring short-distance car trips to international air travel, some voyagers won’t let a global pandemic curb their travel plans.

And there are still a handful of options.

Most of the Caribbean, for example, is open for US tourists. Other countries — including Mexico, Maldives and Turkey — aren’t exactly welcoming US travelers with open arms (more like a temperature check and a Covid-19 test), but they are allowing visitors to cross their borders for the first time since coronavirus shut down much of the world.

Whether travel to “open” international destinations is responsible or advisable is up to individuals to decide. But it’s worth noting that since the pandemic is ongoing, anything can change at any time.

While there may be bookable international flights to restricted countries, any outbound US passenger should check with the US Embassy and the airline before finalizing travel plans.

Here are the countries where it’s still possible for US passport holders to visit.

Albania

Across the Adriatic Sea from Italy, the former communist country of Albania resumed international commercial flights as of June 15, 2020.

There are no specific details in terms of what US travelers can expect upon arrival to Albania, however, the US Embassy website states that there will be additional medical personnel at all points of entry, as well as screenings and potential quarantine requirements.

“Travelers should be prepared for travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice,” it states.

Antigua and Barbuda

Turners Beach on Antigua’s southwest coast.

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As of July 9, US travelers to Antigua and Barbuda “arriving by air must present a negative Covid-19-RT-PCR (real time polymerase chain reaction) test result, taken within seven days of their flight,” according a travel advisory on the country’s tourism website.

Further to that, visitors are subject to monitoring by local health officials for periods of 14 days and another Covid-19 test may be required while visiting, which could mean quarantining while waiting for the test result.

Masks are required in public spaces and any person violating safety measures could be subject to a $5,000 fine and the possibility of six months imprisonment. Anyone going is advised to read the fine print.

Aruba

Visitors to Aruba will be required to undertake a Covid-19 test.

Visitors to Aruba will be required to undertake a Covid-19 test.

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US passengers from 24 states, including hotspots like California and Florida, will be required to upload a negative Covid-19 test result via Aruba’s embarkation/disembarkation card process, 72 hours prior to arrival in Aruba.

Travelers arriving from the other 26 states can opt to have a test taken upon arrival, though the test must be prepaid and there is a mandatory quarantine while awaiting test results.

Aruba also requires travelers to be insured, to be protected from medical expenses should they test positive for coronavirus during their stay.

The Aruba tourism site has all the specific health requirements for incoming passengers, which are both considerable and subject to change, so confirm the latest information prior to booking travel.

The Bahamas

There are no quarantine requirements to enter the Bahamas.

There are no quarantine requirements to enter the Bahamas.

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The Bahamas reopened to international travel on July 1. Prior to departure, visitors must go online to fill out a “travel health visa application” that includes uploading a negative Covid-19 test result, indicating the test was administered at least 10 days prior to arrival to the islands.
There are no quarantine requirements, but The Bahamas do stipulate that visitors wear a mask and practice social distancing. They should expect temperature screenings upon arrival.

Many accommodations on the islands now carry a “Clean & Pristine” certification, displaying signage to demonstrate that they are in compliance with the islands’ latest health and safety protocols.

Barbados

Barbados opens to tourists on July 12.

Barbados opens to tourists on July 12.

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The island of Barbados welcomed tourists again on July 12. New protocols to safeguard visitors and residents are in effect, and travelers are now required to complete an online immigration card, which can be done 72 hours before departure and submitted 24 hours before traveling.

The form includes health questions, including whether the traveler has a negative Covid-19 test result.

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Travelers can opt to take a Covid-19 PCR test upon arrival, though travelers from the United States who wish for a more seamless travel experience are strongly encouraged to pre-submit their negative test results via the immigration portal and arrive with proof of those results in hand.

Belize

Belize encourages visitors to take a Covid-19 test 72 hours before arrival.

Belize encourages visitors to take a Covid-19 test 72 hours before arrival.

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When Belize reopens its airport on August 15, inbound US passengers will have to have downloaded the new Belize Health App (not currently operational) and supply the required details before boarding a flight to Belize.

The app provides travelers with an identification and QR code that will be used for contact tracing while in country. The app will check in daily to confirm visitors do not have symptoms.

Visitors should book hotels that have received Belize Tourism’s “gold standard certificate of recognition.” Only those hotels will be open as of August 15 and guests will be screened before checking in.

Belize also encourages visitors to take a Covid-19 PCR test at least 72 hours before travel and to present negative results in order to fast-track entry.

Bermuda

Travelers will have to pay fees to cover the cost of testing when heading to Bermuda.

Travelers will have to pay fees to cover the cost of testing when heading to Bermuda.

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Welcoming visitors since July 1, Bermuda requires each inbound passenger (regardless of age) to apply for travel authorization, at the cost of $75 per adult and $30 for flight crew and children aged nine and under.

Visitors who do not have a negative Covid-19 PCR test result will not be given authorization to travel to Bermuda.

Upon arrival, passengers must present the pre-departure negative test results, submit to an additional Covid-19 test and quarantine in their accommodation until the results are ready, which takes between six and eight hours.

Additional testing is required after day three, seven and 14, depending on the length of stay, at various testing sites around the island.

The fee for the travel authorization covers the cost of testing.

Cambodia

Visitors to Cambodia will need to pay a deposit of $3,000 to cover the cost of testing and quarantine if necessary.

Visitors to Cambodia will need to pay a deposit of $3,000 to cover the cost of testing and quarantine if necessary.

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If you’re sitting on $3,000 and want to fly to Phnom Penh International Airport to embark on a Cambodian adventure, this is now an option.

In a June 10 statement, the airport’s director, Sao Wathana, announced, “Upon arrival, all foreign passengers are required to deposit $3,000 at the airport to pay for the virus prevention services.”

Visitors will be required to take a Covid-19 test, and if negative, the remaining funds will be returned minus $160 to cover the cost of the test and a fully catered day in a waiting center.

A positive test result carries serious financial and social consequences, involving hospitalization and medical care, and the 14-day quarantine of all fellow inbound flight passengers and additional affiliated expenses.

Croatia

Ignoring the EU ban on American citizens traveling to Europe, Croatia began welcoming US tourists on July 10.

Travelers need to present a negative Covid-19 PCR test,”not older than 48 hours (starting from the time of taking the swab until arrival at the border crossing),” according to an alert on the website of the US Embassy in Zagreb.

Dominican Republic

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Travelers to the Dominican Republic will be temperature-tested.

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As part of the standard immigration and customs forms, US passengers traveling to the Dominican Republic will have to fill out a Health Affidavit to confirm they have not had any coronavirus symptoms within 72 hours of travel.

However, anyone presenting symptoms or registering a temperature above 100.6 F (38 C) will have to be tested. Passengers who test positive will be isolated and treated.

Visitors also need to provide contact information, but the gist is that when it comes to Covid-19 symptoms and testing, the DR is willing to take your word for it.

Dubai

A picture taken on March 13, 2020 shows people on the beach in the area of the Jumeirah Beach residence in Dubai.

Tourism to Dubai resumed on July 7.

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Dubai resumed tourism on July 7. Visitors to the UAE are required to have medical travel insurance to cover any necessary Covid-19 treatment and present a negative Covid-19 PCR test result within 96 hours of arrival.

Travelers must complete a “health declaration form” before departing to confirm they are not experiencing any coronavirus symptoms.

Passengers can expect temperature checks and mandatory testing if they display symptoms.

Furthermore, “tourists are required to register all their details in the COVID-19 DXB app on arrival,” according to the Visit Dubai website.

Ecuador

Unless you have an extra 14 days to burn, Ecuador is not a great international option. Though US travelers are allowed to go, they are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine — even with a negative Covid-19 PCR test result.
Quarantine for foreigners is at their expense and only available at specified hotels in Quito, Guayaquil or Manta, and those reservations must be confirmed before arrival.

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Egypt

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Egypt relaxed restrictions on tourism July 1, and there are regular direct flights on EgyptAir from New York City and Washington, DC, to Cairo.

US travelers need to procure a visa either before travel or upon arrival and will be subject to temperature checks and must adhere to social distancing and mask-wearing requirements.

In terms of precisely what awaits US citizens upon arrival, details are hard to come by. Coming prepared with a negative Covid-19 test result as well as proof of insurance is advisable

Egypt announced it was resuming many tourist operations, including the opening of the Giza pyramids on July 7.

French Polynesia

French Polynesia is welcoming tourists from July 15.

French Polynesia is welcoming tourists from July 15.

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Travelers seeking the ultimate in tropical isolation are welcome to the islands of Tahiti and Bora Bora on July 15.

French Polynesia requires a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours of departure, to be presented before travelers board their flight.

Passengers must also complete a “sanitary entry form” (one per family), detailing their current state of health and agree to report symptoms and submit to additional testing should it be deemed necessary upon arrival or during the stay.

Jamaica

Golden Eye, Jamaica.

Golden Eye, Jamaica.

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Jamaica reopened to tourists on June 15, but has since updated its requirements for travelers, which include the completion of an online “travel authorization” and the possibility of being tested upon arrival.

As of July 15, due to the increase in coronavirus cases in the United States, passengers arriving from New York, Florida, Arizona and Texas are required to upload negative Covid-19 test results to receive travel authorization. The test date must be within 10 days of arrival.

Each passenger must present the travel authorization along with their passport at the point of departure.

All travelers “from areas where there is high community transmission of the virus” will be tested at the airport upon arrival and required to quarantine in their chosen accommodations until the results are ready, usually within 48 hours.

Only hotels, villas or guesthouses within the “resilient corridor” are accepting guests. According to Visit Jamaica, “the resilient corridor includes the coastline from Negril to Port Antonio. Only businesses within the corridor that have been trained and assessed for adherence to Covid-19 protocols are allowed to open to tourists.”

Kosovo

No testing or quarantine is required for travelers arriving in Kosovo.

According to the US Embassy Kosovo website: “The Pristina International Airport is reportedly open to all travelers; however, some US citizens continue to be denied boarding in the US because they cannot prove they are residents or citizens of Kosovo.

“Despite being open to tourists, the Embassy strongly suggests US visitors cancel or postpone any travel plans to Kosovo this summer.”

The Maldives

The Maldives is wide open to visitors from July 15.

The Maldives is wide open to visitors from July 15.

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One of the world’s most desirable holiday destinations, the Maldives is reopening to all international tourists on July 15. US travelers are not required to be tested prior to departure, but will need to complete a health declaration upon arrival.

All tourists must have booked their accommodations in advance.

According to a press release from Visit Maldives: “Tourist resorts, liveaboard vessels and hotels located on uninhabited islands are open for bookings starting from July 15. Guest houses and hotels located on inhabited islands will open for bookings starting from August 1.”

Mexico

Balandra beach in La Paz, Mexico

Balandra beach in La Paz, Mexico

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Though the land border between the United States and Mexico remains closed, US travelers can fly to Mexico.

No testing requirements are currently in place, although Mexico’s recent reopening has coincided with increased cases of coronavirus.

Travelers can expect temperature checks and other additional screenings upon arrival.

North Macedonia

North Macedonia is open for tourists. There are no test or quarantine requirements, but airports are conducting thermal screening for all passengers.

Rwanda

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Rwanda is one of Africa’s most desirable destinations.

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Rwanda’s national parks make it one of the most desirable destinations in Africa, but currently only if you can afford a private charter to get there.

If you can hold on a few weeks, Rwanda will reopen to international commercial flights on August 1. At that time all international visitors must present a negative Covid-19 PCR test, taken within 72 hours of arriving in Rwanda.

Any tourists who wish to visit attractions like the Volcanoes National Park must take an additional Covid-19 test at the airport, and expect to quarantine in their hotel until the results are ready.

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Serbia

Serbia’s borders are open, but tourists should be aware of a recent spate of protests around new restrictions, including a weekend long curfew. There has also been a recent spike in coronavirus cases in the country.

St. Barts

Hard to find a bad view on the tony island of Saint Barthelemy

Hard to find a bad view on the tony island of Saint Barthelemy

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The island of St. Barts reopened to international travelers in late June. As of July 10 visitors are required to show a negative Covid-19 PCR test result, taken within 72 hours of arrival.

Those staying longer than a week will need to pay about $150 for an additional test on their eighth day.

Currently, travelers can get to St. Barts via Antigua and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Both airports require the same documentation: a negative Covid-19 PCR test result, taken within 72 hours of arrival.

St. Maarten Princess Juliana Airport remains closed to commercial flights from the US.

St. Lucia

Pigeon Beach in Saint Lucia as seen from Fort Rodney

Pigeon Beach in St. Lucia.

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Those traveling to St. Lucia from the United States are required to provide a negative result from a Covid-19 PCR test, taken within seven days of travel. Visitors must also complete a Pre-Arrival Registration form — and travel with a printed, completed form.

Visitors must have confirmed reservations at a Covid-certified property (currently there are seven) for the duration of their trip. And tourists must stay where they have registered, unless the hotel has coordinated an approved excursion.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Anchoring sail boats in the shallow waters of Union Island, St.Vincent and Grenadines, West Indies.

Anchoring sail boats in the shallow waters of Union Island, St.Vincent and Grenadines, West Indies.

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All travelers to St. Vincent and the Grenadines must take a Covid-19 PCR test upon arrival, unless they arrive with a negative Covid-19 test result (antibody test within five days, PCR test within two days), in which case they will not be required to quarantine.

Visitors must be granted “VINCYCOVID App*Approval” and complete the “VINCYCOVID questionnaire.”

In addition, all passengers will be screened for symptoms upon arrival, including temperature checks.

Tanzania

Tanzania is officially open to tourists.

Tanzania is officially open to tourists.

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Another instance where travel is not forbidden, Tanzania is officially open to tourists. While there are no testing or quarantine requirements in place, travelers will be subject to extensive screenings and in some cases, will be required to take a Covid-19 test.

Incoming passengers are required to fill out a “health surveillance form” upon arrival.

Turkey

Most of Turkey's borders hae been open since June 12.

Most of Turkey’s borders hae been open since June 12.

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The majority of Turkey’s borders have been open since June 12. There are currently no restrictions for US citizens traveling to Turkey, although passengers must complete an information form and prepare to be checked for coronavirus symptoms upon arrival.

Turks and Caicos

Grace Bay near the town of Providenciales in Turks and Caicos boasts world class beaches and water sports.

Grace Bay near the town of Providenciales in Turks and Caicos boasts world class beaches and water sports.

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The most recent information related to US travelers who wish to visit Turks and Caicos is as follows:

As of July 22, visitors must provide a negative Covid-19 test result and the test must have been taken within five days of arrival. Children 10 and under are not bound to this requirement.

Travelers must also complete an online health screening questionnaire and carry travel medical insurance to cover any Covid-19-related costs (from quarantine to hospital care).

Ukraine

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Travelers to Ukraine need to download an app to meet requirements.

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The US is considered a “red zone” country in Ukraine, meaning it has more than 40 active coronavirus cases per 100,000 people. To gain entry to Ukraine, passengers should download the “Dii Vdoma” app and choose one of three options.

They can either take a Covid-19 PCR test within 24 hours of crossing the border, enter an isolation unit, or quarantine at their destination, which they can register via the app.

Travel health insurance is also a requirement, to cover any costs related the treatment of Covid-19.

United Kingdom

US travelers have always been allowed to travel to the United Kingdom — they just have to submit to a mandatory, 14-day quarantine.

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Fernando Chalana was one of the most outstanding players in Portuguese football, he represented Benfica for 13 seasons and also played for Bordeaux, Belenenses and Estrela da Amadora. Between 1976 and 1988, he played 27 times for the national team, scoring two goals, saying goodbye to the Quinas shirt in a friendly match between Portugal and Sweden (0-0) on October 12, 1988.

Chalana had an impact on the Portuguese national team that played in the 1984 European Championship final, even finishing in the top 11 of the tournament.

President of the Portuguese Football Federation Fernando Gomes left a message of condolences in connection with the death of Fernando Chalana, which occurred on Wednesday.

“It is with deep sadness that I mourn the death of Fernando Chalana, Portugal player and eternal leader of Benfica.

The “little genius” spread magic and art across the football fields, delighted the fans with his imagination, aroused the admiration of all sports fans and was deservedly elevated to the category of idols.

Chalana was undoubtedly one of the best players in the history of our football and his name made Portugal stand out in the world. I especially remember his performances at the European Championships in 1984. With his disappearance, Portuguese sport and football lost their mythical connection.

Chalana, a respected player on the field and by all football fans, was a man of exceptional qualities.

I leave words of comfort to my family and friends during this difficult time. To Benfica, I express my deepest condolences.”

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“Brazilian citizenship” was the main reason given in discrimination complaints filed in Portugal in 2021, accounting for 26.7% of the total 408 complaints received by the Commission for Equality and Against Racial Discrimination (CICDR).

While overall, the number of complaints of discrimination in the country decreased by 37.7% compared to 2020 (655) and by 6.4% compared to 2019 (436), reports specifically against Brazilians increased. In 2021, 109 complaints were received for this reason, and in 2020 – 96; growth by 13.5%.

The jump is especially pronounced compared to 2017, when there were only 17 registrations. However, in the same year, the total number of discrimination complaints was also much lower, at 179 complaints. The data is part of the country’s latest Annual Report on the State of Racial and Ethnic Equality and Non-Discrimination, released quietly by the Anti-Discrimination Commission on Tuesday (9).

According to the document, the expressions “Gypsy nationality” with 67 complaints (16.4%) and “Black/black/black/black race” with 65 complaints (15.9%) are expressed “with significantly lower values”.

The more general expression “foreigners/foreigners/immigrants in general” comes in fourth place with 18 complaints (4.4% of the total) “corresponding to cases in which the victims felt they were discriminated against for being foreigners, immigrants or non-migrants”. who are Portuguese citizens. , we are not talking about a crime against a specific nationality.

In 2021, legally residing Brazilians made up about 30% of the nearly 700,000 foreigners living in the country, according to data from the SEF (Service for Foreigners and Borders), in 2021 — partial data released by the agency on Tuesday showed that the country’s community continued to grow. .

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In Portugal, depending on the specifics of the case, episodes of ethnic and racial discrimination can be classified as a crime or a so-called misdemeanor, a lesser crime. This is how most registered offenders are classified, resulting in lighter penalties. These episodes are analyzed by the CICDR, which has autonomy and decision-making authority.

“CICDR has the power to make decisions and impose fines [multas] and additional sanctions in the framework of administrative offenses. But such decisions can always be challenged in court. Sometimes yes, sometimes no,” explains Pedro Barosa, Partner at Abreu Advogados. In 2021, the Commission issued only two sentences, one fine and one warning (a kind of public warning).

A survey carried out by the Combat project of the Center for Social Studies (CES) of the University of Coimbra analyzed data on discrimination from 2006 to 2016 and showed that about 80% of cases initiated by the Commission for Equality and Against Racial Discrimination end up being shelved. A guilty verdict was handed down in 7.5% of cases. However, in appeals overturning or contesting these decisions, convictions are reduced to 5.8%.

According to José Falcao, leader of the NGO SOS Racismo, several convictions in Portugal mean that, in practice, crimes of racism in the country go unpunished. “The law does absolutely nothing to combat racial discrimination. This law in its current form is useless,” he says, citing the case of MP Andre Ventura, leader of the far-right Chega party.

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CICDR fined the parliamentarian 3,770 euros (19,700 reais) for comments that were deemed discriminatory against Roma ethnicity on a Facebook page, but Ventura filed an appeal and the court acquitted him.

According to Falcao, the difficulty in exposing cases of discrimination often begins at the police stations, when the police still routinely dissuade complainants.

In an interview with Sheet In July, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ana Catarina Méndez said the Portuguese government was investigating complaints that already pointed to an increase in discrimination, but stressed that the increase was also due to migrants’ greater awareness of the issue. which leads to more complaints.

Psychologist Cynthia de Paula, president of Casa do Brasil in Lisbon, a non-governmental organization that provides assistance to the Brazilian community, also believes that immigrants are becoming more attentive. We have received more messages [de discriminação]but I think a larger denunciation movement has also been created,” he said.

In this sense, in addition to increasing racial debate in some parts, the very characteristics of the new wave of Brazilian migration to Portugal may contribute to a greater willingness to openly discuss complaints of discrimination. This group, which is more active and includes many students, professionals and entrepreneurs, has formed groups and associations and used social media to raise awareness of the issue.

This topic was especially discussed in the country after the great resonance of racist insults made by a Portuguese woman. against the children of Brazilian actors Giovanna Eubank and Bruno Gallasso. The case took place on July 30 in a restaurant in Costa da Caparica, near Lisbon. The woman was arrested but later released by the police.

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The couple’s press service states that the aggressor “asked them to leave the restaurant and return to Africa, among other absurdities pronounced to the children as“ dirty blacks ”. The actors wrote a statement to the police. The Ministry of Industry and Trade confirmed that they had launched an investigation into this case.

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PAulo Fonseca couldn’t have dreamed of a better start to the French Championship, beating Auxerre 4-1.

in an interview provided by the official media of Lillethe Portuguese coach explained what philosophy to apply in the French club this season.

“My philosophy is to have the ball. Dominate games. Make the team play the ball with great dynamics. With a strong reaction when we lose the ball. It’s hard for me when I feel like the team doesn’t have the ball. … be the protagonist of the game and I like to dominate. I have to know what to do with the ball. I have to know how I can find the right moments and spaces to attack,” Paulo Fonseca began.

“Sometimes I pay special attention to central defenders. Not because I was a fantastic player, but because I wasn’t. But I know how they feel at certain moments in the game. Sometimes I pay more attention to some details. went through those moments and those details,” he added.

The coach also named 4-2-3-1 as his preferred tactical system: “It’s a system that we can use against any other system. However, the system is something static only at the beginning of the game. everything is different. It depends on the dynamics of the team. It depends on the movements you want from the team. For me, the initial system is not the most important. More than that, it’s team dynamics.”

When asked what coaches inspired him in his career, Paulo Fonseca pointed to the Portuguese without hesitation.

“Many Portuguese coaches inspire me. I have many names in several fields that inspire me a lot. We have a good coaching school. The federation with this president changed football in Portugal a lot. So many Portuguese coaches around the world. We have the ability to adapt to different countries and different styles of play. I think the Portuguese coach has this ability to quickly adapt to different circumstances,” Paulo Fonseca said, calling Guardiola “an inspiration”. “It’s the best in the world,” he concluded.

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