Real Madrid next permanent manager odds

Real Madrid next permanent manager odds

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Real Madrid is one of the most recognisable sport clubs in whole world. Every transfer period there is a lot of media attention from all over the world to the club watching their transfer politics. It is the same when it comes to the appointment of the manager.

Zinedine Zidane was Real Madrid manager from 4 January 2016 to 31 May 2018. During this period he had big succeses with the club and won three Champion League titles in a row.He also won the league, the cup, World club competition twice. After winning his third Champions League title he has decided that it was time to move on. He left preatty big shoes for someone to fullfill as Real Madrid manager.

In the media, various names such as Maurizio Pocetino, Antonio Conte, Tita, Vilias Boas and Guti were mentioned, but in the end, the final choice fell to the man who in no way was called out of the media, and in fact it is a well-known name.

As a big suprise just when the Spain national team should played their first match at the World cup in Russia, their manager Julen Lopetegui was sackes after he was officialy presented as the new manager of Real Madrid. Spanish reporters from Krasnodar said that the key man in the negotiations was the captain of Real Madrid Sergio Ramos. He persuaded the selector that the Real Madrid players would greet him with open arms.

Julen Lopetegui is 52 years old Spanish former goalkeeper and football manager. He played 149 games in La Liga over 11 seasons, appearing in the competition for Real Madrid, Logroñés, Barcelona and Rayo Vallecano. He added 168 matches in Segunda División with three clubs, and represented Spain at the 1994 World Cup.

He started his coaching career at Spain U17 as assistant in 2003. In the same year he was appointed as manager of Rayo Vallecano in second league in Spain, but he managed the team for 10 games before he was sacked. In the season 2008-2009 he was manager of Real Madrid Castilla in third league in Spain. From 2010 to 2014, Lopetegui worked with the Spanish youth teams, winning the 2012 European Under-19 Championship and the 2013 Under-21 Championship.

Lopetegui on 6 May 2014, was appointed at Portugal's FC Porto manager. In his first season at the Estádio do Dragão, with the club's biggest budget ever, Lopetegui led them to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League. He didn't won any trophies with Porto and was sacked on 8 January 2016 after a home defeat against Maritimo. The team was already out of the Champions League and was third in the league.

On 21 July 2016 he was appointed as the new manager of Spain national team. He managed to qualified the team to the World cup in Russia and in 20 matches had 14 wins and 6 draws. After Real Madrid announced that they appointed him as new manager, the next day the Spain football Federation dismissed him from the job manager of Spain.

He started to lead Real Madrid in UEFA Super Cup final against Atletico Madrid and was defeated 4:2. In the Spain LaLiga after 7 round his team is on the 2nd position with the same number of points as Barcelona 14. But he didn’t have the best start in the league with his team because hi already has 4 wins, 2 draws and 1 defeat. In the Champions League Real Madrid has 1 win against Roma at home and 1 defeat agains CSKA Moscow away.

The fans are worried about the way the team plays and most of them are concerned for the low scorring of the team.