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How Gino Pozzo Has Contributed To Watford Football Club’s Improvement

Gino Pozzo is one of the great names in the soccer arena since he purchased the Watford Football club based in England. Besides having a considerable amount of money for buying a club, Gino has a remarkable leadership talent of leading football clubs to success. He has won a reputation from sports enthusiasts for helping many clubs struggling in the lower division to climb to the top leagues. His expertise comes from the passion for sports and the family background. Giuliana and Gianpaolo Pozzo, his parents, are football fans from Italy. Udinese Calcio football club was one of the clubs led by presidents from Gino mother’s side.

The Pozzo family remains royal to Udinese football club. Although Gino Pozzo spent his earlier days in Udine, Italy, he settled in London after traveling to America and Spain. Gino moved to the United States of America’s Harvard University before heading to Spain after marrying a Catalan. The couple lived in Barcelona for two decades before settling in Vicarage Road, London in 2013 to manage their Watford Football club investment.

During the time he purchased Watford Football club in 2012, the club was struggling financially and in performance. Within the four years since Pozzo took over the club, its performance had improved significantly. The club participated in the Premier League after four years in the lower division. Gino’s happiness made him sell Granada football club majority stale to Jiang Lizhang. The Link International Sports owner spent €37m for the club. Gino took the bold step to have time to manage Udinese and Watford Football clubs.

Since taking over the ownership of Watford football club, he has hired eight coaches and various managers. The reason for changing the club’s management is to keep the race for playing in the Premier League. The clubs that play at the Premier League make high returns from games and other incentives. Gino Pozzo continues to urge the club fans to support the team as it prepares to reach premier league in the future.