Real Madrid confirm their next manager after Benitez gets the sack: Another massive gamble by Perez
Real Madrid have set examples of bad-management over the years with continuos sacking of managers. However, this time though, it might have come at a right time as Rafa Benitez was going nowhere with his tactics. It has been confirmed my Marca that Benitez has been indeed sacked with Zinedine Zidane set to take over at Real Madrid from tomorrow.
The news was further confirmed by Mr. “I am never wrong” Guillem Balague, who tweeted before going in to the interview with Sky Sports about how Benitez has been sacked with Zinedine Zidane set to take over at Santiago Bernabeu.
Yes, let it sink, Zizou is back in the limelight and he will be next Real Madrid manager. He is all set to take charge of teh club from tomorrow morning. Apparantly, players vouched for Zidane after losing faith in Benitez’s training methods.
He had lost the dressing room and did nt get along with the top batch of the squad (Ronaldo, James & Benzmea).
Having sorted out Benitez canondrum, Florentino Perez might be going down the roads of sentiments yet again. With all due respect to Zidane, he is not cut to take the full time job at Real Madrid. All he can boast about the management is a job with Real Madrid B squad.
Is that good enough? I don’t think so. His legendary status might have got him the job, but certainly, not ready to be the full time manager anytime soon.
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