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Checkout Real Madrid Manager, Zidane’s Remark Following La Liga Victory

Zinedine Zidane stunned journalists in Malaga when he declared  winning LaLiga is more important than winning the UEFA Champions League. As the coach of Madrid, since he replaced Rafa Benitez, he had won almost everything that needed to be won.

“This is my happiest day as a coach. I have won everything with this club and winning LaLiga is the best”, the Frenchman said.

Zidane had cause to prefer La Liga trophy more than any other. The Whites have not won it since 2011/2012, leaving Barcelona to dominate. Thus winning it and dethroning Barcelona became very special.

“We’ve achieved this by really working hard, over the course of 38 match days. The Spanish top flight is the toughest in the world. It is an important moment for me as a coach. The key of the success lies in the group. They have been united all season and that was the key for this LaLiga campaign. Everyone deserves praise, but above all the players deserve it. They believed in the message I told them,” he said.

“It is the players who are out there on the pitch, they play and suffer. There are 24 of them, it is difficult to give them all the same number of minutes, but they are key. The success is down to the work they put in and the belief in what they do. If you work hard, with this squad I was able to win LaLiga, and that is not an easy feat”.

Here are the other things Zidane said Sunday night:

Zinedine Zidane held aloft by his players

Happiness

“I am really happy and pleased. I’m happy to win LaLiga. We have played 38 match days and come out on top. This is the happiest day of my professional life, it feels different. We won the last games against Sevilla, Celta and Málaga. We struggled throughout the LaLiga campaign, but these three games were key”.

Mission accomplished

“As the Real Madrid coach, you know what the expectation levels are like. I like it. Now we’re going back to Madrid and to Cibeles to see the fans, who have to see their team. I dedicate this title to all the madridistas and to those who have been behind the team. On a personal level, this is for my family and my brother, the eldest. Although he will not understand what I’m saying in Spanish”.

“I’ve suffered every three days, every game. There’s a lot of tension. We live for this and I’m passionate about what I do. After nine months we’ve won the league and after four years it’s hard to put it into words”.

Málaga

“They played their game. They’re a good team and they’ve won a lot of games of late. We knew it would be difficult but we scored right away and that made things easier for us”.

The Champions League final

“I’m not going to think about Cardiff yet, I’m just going to enjoy what we’ve achieved. When you start the season you know that LaLiga is your bread and butter. I could get up and dance right now but I’m not going to, but I’m really happy inside”. 

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Real Madrid Manager, Zinedine Zidane reveals player who will be at Real Madrid next season

The Spainish international, 24, scored against Alaves on Sunday but has been in and out the Real team this season.


He has started 14 La Liga games and has come off the bench in another nine.

It’s led to speculation he could leave the Bernabeu to get more regular football.

But Zidane said: “He’s going to stay for many years.

“Isco is a Madrid player and he’s playing phenomenally.

Zinedine Zidane wants Isco to be at Real Madrid next season

“You all know what I think, he’s an important player an I hope he stays.”


Spanish newspaper Marca claimed this morning Real were eyeing up a £20.5m move for Atletico Madrid full-back Theo Hernandez.

When questioned on a possible bid, Zidane said: “He’s a good player, there’s no doubt about that.

“I’m invested in working with my current players, anyone else I cannot talk about.”

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Top English Premier League Club Sacks Manager

English Premier League club Middlesbrough sack manager Aitor Karanka

The Spaniard leaves the club in the Premier League’s relegation zone with just over ten matches of the season left to be played.

Steve Agnew will step up from his role as assistant head coach to take control of the first team.

In a statement, Boro stated that the decision was made as a result of a mutual agreement.

“Both parties have agreed that it is in the best interests of the club to make this change,” the club stated.

Boro are second from bottom, three points from safety and without a league win in 10 attempts since mid-December.

They have failed to score in the past four of those matches and have managed only 19 goals in 27 league games this season.

Aitor Karanka

Karanka, who was assistant to Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid oversaw promotion last season.

He reportedly had a strained relationship with some players like Stewart Downing and Patrick Bamford who were left out of the squad for last weekend’s FA Cup defeat by Manchester City, with the manager saying he needed “18 fighters”.

Karanka’s criticism in January of the club’s supporters and the atmosphere at the Riverside proved divisive and some fans called for his departure at Stoke.

The Spaniard was appointed by Middlesbrough in November 2013, when the club were 16th in the Championship, five points clear of the relegation zone.

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