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Zidane enjoys instant and potent impact as Real Madrid boss 0

Posted on January 11, 2016 by admin

For those of us that thought Real Madrid had made a mistake in getting rid of Carlo Ancelotti in the first place, the first half of the La Liga season has been tough to take, and we saw Madrid drop far behind Barca in the online soccer betting. I am not one of the Real Madrid fans that was dead set against Rafa Benitez either, but it has become increasingly clear that he was not the right manager to get the best out of the team and individual stars like Cristiano Ronaldo.

Bale to STAY and Real Madrid to let his FITNESS flourish 0

Posted on June 07, 2015 by admin

The unrivalled star at Real Madrid is still Cristiano Ronaldo, highlighted once more this season with his record breaking goal tally of 61 in all competitions. So I suppose we should not have been too surprised when it was Gareth Bale that the Bernabeu fans turned on as the goals of our season slipped away from us one after the other.

Callejon sold to Napoli but Jese Rodriguez to stay at Real Madrid 0

Posted on July 10, 2013 by admin

The transfer window continues at a frantic pace for Real Madrid and the new coach Carlo Ancelotti. Having already captured the fantastic young Spanish midfielder Isco from Malaga ahead of Manchester City, Madrid have agreed to release Jose Callejon.

The 26-year old, who plays either as a forward or as a wide attacking player, was a fans favourite at the Bernabeu, partly because he came through the youth system. He always gave everything to the club, but realised that he might have to leave to guarantee himself regular first team football. Rafa Benitez was glad to offer him that chance at Napoli, so the Serie A club have completed the transfer for 10 million euros.

Mourinho aims final accusation at Real Madrid players 0

Posted on June 03, 2013 by admin

Never one to take even the tiniest percentage of blame onto his own shoulders, Jose Mourinho has suggested that the Real Madrid players have been at fault for any failure during his time at the Santiago Bernabeu. He did not name any names or talk about any specific incidents, but it is clear that the subtext of his statement was that the Madrid players did not do what he wanted, when he wanted it and it is their fault that he only won two major trophies in three seasons in Spain.

Real Madrid may have to look again as PSG keep Ancelotti 0

Posted on May 22, 2013 by admin

The new French champions are not making it easy for Real Madrid in their pursuit of a new manager, to the extent that officials at the Bernabeu are having to think about who else they could get to replace the departing Jose Mourinho. PSG have already hit back at Real about a possible pre-contract agreement and have denied a request by Ancelotti to be allowed to leave.

The French club is playing hard and will demand hefty compensation plus a promise not to sign any of the club’s players and it might just prove to be too much trouble. There are two fairly obvious possible alternatives to the Italian and they have both leaving clubs after successful seasons, unlike Mourinho.

Alonso hints at Real Madrid exit with Liverpool waiting 0

Posted on April 22, 2013 by admin

The Spanish international midfielder Xabi Alonso has a contract with Real Madrid until next summer, but it is far from certain whether he will complete it. The 31-year old may be waiting to see what happens at the club in the summer, which itself could depend on the outcome of the remaining games this season.

Alonso spent five seasons in the English Premier League with Liverpool and it has been suggested that he could return there to finish his career. He was, apparently, happy at the club and only left after his relationship with Rafa Benitez, who was the manager at the time, deteriorated following his decision to miss a game to attend the birth of his first child. There are also reports that Benitez could be re-appointed as Liverpool manager and that may also have some bearing on Alonso’s decision.

Could Benitez replace Mourinho at Real Madrid? 0

Posted on February 20, 2013 by admin

Rafa Benitez began his coaching career at Real Madrid when he was just 26-years old. He was born in Madrid and joined the academy and played over 200 games for Real Madrid Castilla, but his playing career never hit the heights, but he was much more successful as a manager. After great success with Tenerife and Valencia, where he beat the big to to the Spanish title twice and won the Uefa cup, he moved to England and Liverpool where he won the Champions league.

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