One study included in the book EFE by Valencia coach Unai Emery, explains that this coach is the "most efficient" of the League over some who have done better as Pep Guardiola at Barcelona or Jose Mourinho, in Real Madrid.
In the book, which is described Emery as "Captain Thunder of Spanish football," he states that in the past exceeded effectively League Javier Aguirre (Zaragoza), Marcelino Garcia (Racing), Manuel Pellegrini (Malaga) Quique Sanchez Flores (Atletico Madrid), Miroslav Djuklic (Hercules) and José Luis Mendilibar (Osasuna).
Although the top five in this list share the same degree of efficiency, technical Basque exceeds them for being the only one who led his team all season.
For Mourinho is the eighth in the list as efficient as proposed in the book about Unai Emery, which occupies the eleventh position Guardiola.
Considering the efficiency of Emery is the result of research carried out by Julio del Corral, PhD in Economics and professor at the University of Castilla-La Mancha, which posed a mathematical model to measure the technical efficiency of having heard a sentence of Coach Miguel Gonzalez "Michel".
"I'd like to see coaches from the likes of Mourinho or Guardiola training teams like Getafe and Sporting," said current coach of Sevilla when heading to Getafe.
To make their calculations, Del Corral established a set of parameters from the meetings conducted by each technician, points scored and points per game from the view that the effectiveness compares "maximum production with minimum possible factors."
Emery goes to Valencia for the fourth year and the previous two team failed to qualify in third place after "two of the best teams in history, with two of the best coaches of all time and the two best players in the world," in reference to the Argentine Leo Messi and Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo.
Also during these years and Emery on the bench, his club has become the third team in the historical classification of the Spanish league, ahead of Athletic Bilbao and Atletico Madrid.
The authorship of the book, edited by Topics today jointly corresponds to Unai Emery and John Carlos Cubeiro, university professor and leading expert on strategic projects for large companies, the technician who shares the secrets that have led Emery to achieve a high level of efficiency.
In the publication, Emery and Cubeiro try to teach how to identify talent, to enhance a professional, to present the objectives, resolve conflicts among peers, change a losing streak, without which no worth, managing the group environment, celebrate successes and give them courage and lead managers.
On the cover of the book, Guardiola expressed his "great view" on Emery, while Valencia's Portuguese player Ricardo Costa, who more than once complained of playing a secondary role in the team indicates that Emery shares characteristics with Mourinho.
"Both are modern, new coaches, direct, speak to the players have a winning mentality and work very well," sums up the virtues of Emery Coast.
In the first part of the book portrays the figure of Emery, his football history and characteristics of the Spanish league as some have described as "bipolar" and in which man has become a record.
In the second part explains the method based on team spirit and winning mentality, energy management or the balance between reason and emotion.
In the last few pages are some ratings for Emery as its president, Manuel Llorente, who describes him as hardworking and ambitious, though exposed to criticism by the position they hold office.