Update on Zinedine Zidane as Manager at Real Madrid Castilla
Written By: isps|
Oct 4, 2014
beINSport’s Karina Kvasniova analyzes reports on the Zinedine Zidane managerial experiment managing Real Madrid Castilla. The footballing legend has struggled at the start after a good stint as the underboss to Carlo Ancelotti.
Real Madrid Castilla is Real Madrid’s reserve team playing in Segunda División B (2 DIVISION B GROUP II).
Losing matches is one thing, but ZZ may have even more problems on his hands as he is being accused of not having the proper license to manage. According to reports, Zidane could face six-month ban after complaints his lack of badges
“I don’t consider him a colleague because he hasn’t got his license. When he gets his badges, then I’ll consider him a colleague. I don’t know why I bothered studying to earn my licence when apparently you can coach in Spain without one.” – Rayo manager Paco Jémez
* Just seems like some growing pains to me and nothing to really worry too much about. The squad has played 6 games and although you’d love for them to be undefeated, its his first few months of being in charge. There is probably a ton of pressure on him, if not from everyone wanting him to be Pep, but self imposed pressures of wanting to prove that his name can be greatness both on the pitch and on the touchline. Lets give it some time and see.
Who is that dude at the biblioteca that is making it seem like the world is falling apart? Easy bro.
* Karina, you get an IG follow.
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