Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane stayed thoughtful when inquired as to whether his managerial position would be in danger if the club fails to proceed to the knockout stage of the Champions League this week.
The 48-year-old Frenchman reacted to the statement by asserting that "the club will do what it has to do" comparable to his situation at the club, yet was resolute that it was critical to zero in on the present and what's to come next.
“The club will do what it has to do, as always. I only think about tomorrow’s game. But I don’t think about that."
said in the pre-match press conference.
“The past is the past and the important thing is the present and the future. It is a game to show our character as a team. I am convinced that we are going to do things well as a team.”Los Blancos
are near the precarious edge of disqualification from the best continental tournament in Europe while they have advanced through each of the 24 past group stages in the competition since 1996-97.
In surveying did by Marca, a surprising and large 65 percent of 80,000 respondents accepted that the Frenchman should leave the club on the off chance that they neglect to advance in the group.
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