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Former European Manager Expresses Desire to Lead Cardiff City into Premier League



Former Iceland national team assistant manager, Freyr Alexandersson, shares aspirations of managing Cardiff City and elevating them to the Premier League, amidst delay in Erol Bulut’s appointment.


In a recent interview, KV Kortrijk manager, Freyr Alexandersson, revealed his eagerness to take the helm at Cardiff City Stadium, expressing his dream of guiding the club to the top tier of British football.


Despite uncertainties surrounding Cardiff’s managerial position, Alexandersson remains resolute in his ambitions, citing conversations with Cardiff’s management about his future plans to coach in England’s Championship or Premier League.


Alexandersson’s vision aligns with his track record of success, having previously steered Lyngby Boldklub to promotion in Denmark and currently leading Kortrijk to maintain their Pro League status.


With ties between Cardiff and Kortrijk strengthening, Alexandersson’s desire to manage Cardiff adds an intriguing dimension to the ongoing managerial saga at the Welsh club.


As Cardiff navigates through managerial uncertainties, Alexandersson’s aspirations offer a glimpse into the potential future direction of the club, should he be given the opportunity to lead from the sidelines.

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