La Liga CEO Javier Tebas has responded to Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane following Los Blancos' disputable stalemate at Osasuna on Saturday. failure
Zidane raged after the game that it was a match that ought not to be held because of the Spanish capital's unfavorable climate conditions confounding their excursion.
The Los Blancos team crew had to wait three evenings in Pamplona while their flight needed to look out for the runway at Barajas air terminal for four hours because of the cold conditions making the excursion fairly deceptive.
Zidane said in the aftermatch press-conference:
"This was not a football match. The match should have been suspended, and now we don't even know when we will be able to return
The reports from Spain recently suggest it was the most recent quarrel and tension between the league association and Madrid side – with the utilization of VAR and the conceivable formation of the European Super League said to be other central issues of dispute.
Tebas has gambled with adding further dissents by guaranteeing that Zidane was simply utilizing "excuses" for his side's inability to dominate the game.
“I have been bothered by the version that Madrid has given. On Friday afternoon I spoke with their general manager more than 14 times. I told him that, if the boys were very nervous, the best thing to do was to go back to their facilities and trying to travel the next day, and he said no." said thePrimera Division
“I do not know the information that Zidane knew before the trip. I have seen so many excuses that the coaches have given when the games have not gone well that this will be one more.”
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