Real Madrid: Digging deeper into troubles

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Real Madrid: Digging deeper into troubles

Submitted: February 28, 2016

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Real Madrid: Digging deeper into troubles

By: Al Nas

Ancelloti’s Real Madrid was going through a process of buying new players and trekking a logical road to success. However, Ancelloti’s sudden expulsion from Madrid surprised all football analysts. The question is why? Even Madrid’s own supporters were surprised to see him being replaced by Rafael Benitez. He had to work with the Galaxies who were always used to playing for some of the world’s leading coaches. Therefore, it was quite natural for them to not follow Benitez’s tactics and instructions. This is how Peres plunged his team into a serious crisis, and the problems began pouring onto the White Doves. The next amazing move Peres resorted to was bringing in  as manager. Zidane was truly a superstar footballer in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and there was no doubt about that in the minds of the football world. He had achieved all the honors a footballer could, going on to reap a collection of cups. In any league he entered he had his impact, as we saw in Serie A and La Liga, and prior to that proving himself in France.

The truth is as scientists and philosophers of the 20th century had said, one shouldn’t jump to the next phase without properly completing the necessary prior stages. A manager or coach should gain experience by marching a natural course. Before joining the Real bench Zidane was coaching at his own level, and he should have continued. However, the technical staff at Real Madrid, and Peres himself, made one of their biggest mistakes in appointing him as manager of their first team. They placed Zidane, a very loyal fan of Real Madrid, before a very dire challenge. Or should we say, entered into a very dangerous gamble with the odds quite obvious from day one, as they were seen on an unknown horse. But of course, they chose the right timing to have Zidane enter the scene. They have 5 easy games and this was a chance for a manager to get a hand on the team. Zidane had said he wanted an offensive football as he used to play, and we were all waiting to see his new methods and tactics, something that had to challenge Barcelona’s “tic-tac”. But unfortunately, it has failed to deliver and they were stopped against the first serious team, Malaga, and went on to fail in the derby against their archrivals, Atletico Madrid. Zidane is now losing his image amongst the fans and all fingers are pointing at him. With the La Liga championship gone in the wind, the question now is does Madrid have to fight off teams such as Villareal to not lose the third place spot for next year’s Champions League competition?

As a result:

1. Problems in Real Madrid’s locker room has flared more than ever before

2. Zidane lacks all the credibility needed to manage at this level

3. Zidane/Real Madrid is experiencing a crisis never seen before

4. With such results Real is now further behind both Barcelona and Atletico

5. This is the beginning of a nosedive for Real

That is why Peres plunged Real Madrid into even further troubles, and most importantly, literally ruined Zidane’s image as an end result.

The only solution is to set Peres aside to allow the White Doves return to their days of glory. One can dream big, and rest assured such dreams can come true.



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