Why Zinedine Zidane believes Madrid’s loss to Atletico could cost his managerial job?
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane believes Madrid’s annihilation to Atletico Madrid on Saturday could cost him his occupation. The Frenchman watched his team lose 1-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu – and fall further behind Barcelona in the title race – and was disheartened after the misfortune. The thrashing, combined with Cristiano Ronaldo’s unusual attack on his colleagues, proposes something is unmistakably wrong at Los Blancos and Zidane thinks changes are unavoidable.
Zinedine Zidane believes Madrid’s loss to Atletico could cost his managerial job
The 43-year-old was cited as saying: “I have complete trust in my players; I trust they will be behind me. One year from now we’ll likely want to roll out improvements, possibly change directors as well, yet whatever happens we need to continue continuing on ahead.” Zinedine Zidane believes that the title race isn’t over regardless of the 12-point contrast in the middle of Madrid and Barcelona, however his remarks are prone to fail to receive any notice.
He proceeded with: “I am not cheerful about the amusement; I can’t be, as we lost, yet I didn’t care for the way we played either. At this moment the critical thing is to consider our next match. The title race isn’t over yet; it’s troublesome in the event that you drop points, however we’re not going to quit whatever happens. What we must do now is get prepared for next Wednesday’s diversion, and win it. [Saturday] was an unforgiving blow, losing at home to Atlético.”
Zidane should now turn his considerations to the Champions League, which speaks to his just risk of winning flatware in his first season as Los Blancos’ manager. Real Madrid have one foot in the quarter-finals in the wake of beating Roma 2-0 at the Stadio Olimpico in the first leg of their last 16 conflict and the Frenchman knows that triumph in the Europe’s chief competition will paper over the splits.