KOSOVO manager Bernard Challandes stunned reporters by barking out his “crazy game” tactics in a bonkers press conference.
The erratic Swiss explained how he intends to down England in Tuesday’s Euro 2020 qualifier at Wembley in a passionate analysis of his game plan.
In an extraordinary interview, 68-year-old Challandes suddenly switches from calm coordinator to army general as he reveals how to perfect the “crazy game”.
Challendes screams “go!” several times while wildly pointing his fingers, much to the shock of reporters.
He admits tactics go out the window when his “crazy game” comes into effect as “it’s all in here [your head]”.
And it seems to be working wonders for Kosovo, who are now unbeaten in 15 games following their 2-1 win over Czech Republic last night.
England can expect a high press on Tuesday and fired-up opponents – if Kosovo’s players have listened to their boss.
The Eastern European minnows, who are ranked 120th in the world, are second in the Three Lions’ qualifying group and are sure to be a tougher test than Bulgaria.
But while Challendes is relishing the clash, he knows his side could come crashing back down to Earth against Gareth Southgate’s men.
He said: “It was a dream to beat them – I just hope playing England doesn’t become a nightmare.
“Our players may not be superstar names but everybody is ready to play for this team and fight for them.”