Published: Thu, November 08, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Dani Carvajal backs sacked Julen Lopetegui as best coach he's ever had

Dani Carvajal backs sacked Julen Lopetegui as best coach he's ever had

Following the expected sacking of manager Julen Lopetegui, Solari has successfully guided Real Madrid to back-to-back wins in the last week. Los Blancos defeated Melilla 4-0 on the road in the first leg of their Copa del Rey tie on Wednesday and then followed that up with a 2-0 win against Real Valladolid on Saturday at the Bernabeu in La Liga action. No roof. There will be games when the opposition do damage but it will be hard for this team to not score. "They are capable of getting where they want to go". They have shown that in the past. They don't have a limit. "We have the players here to score lots of goals and that's what we did". "We must keep going forward with humility, hard work and aggression in attack". "Football is about the present and it's the next game that matters", he said, with a trip to Celta Vigo on Sunday next up for Real. Solari was the coach of Madrid's B team, Castilla.

"I only think about the next game". "And it is not bad to have that philosophy". I'm very happy but this was all about the players - we have some brilliant players here who have no limits.

More shoddy defending from Plzen enabled Casemiro to glance Kroos' corner home, before Benzema took his tally for Madrid to 201 by nodding Bale's cushioned header past Hruska.

"I said it before he was Real Madrid coach and I'll say it again now that he's gone".

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While it's true that the loss of Cristiano Ronaldo was always going to be hard, especially as the club failed to spend much money in the summer transfer window to replace him, their decline has been far sharper than it should have been. The fixture list has been kind, but he now looks well placed to get the job until the end of the season at least.

"It's a decision I've made. But Keylor is a gentleman and he has all my admiration as a footballer and respect as a man". "He is still an important player in this squad, and much loved within the squad too".

Is Madrid's crisis over?

Just days after leading the club to a third successive Champions League win in many seasons, Zidane announced his sudden departure. "We live in permanent crisis all the time, even when we are winning the Champions League".

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