Zidane will fight until the ‘last day’

Zinedine Zidane, who was one of the most successful coaches in the history of Real Madrid in the first term, has begun to see the reverse. Spain’s most successful club is pushing for its second term. However, the Frenchman said he would continue fighting until the last day.

Madrid will play against Granada at their home ground in La Liga on Saturday. At a press conference the former star heard the confident voice of the footballer confirming his turn.

‌‌ “I know where I am and that’s always the case here.”

Zidane is facing criticism due to a poor start to European competition despite being at the top of the Real League points table after seven games. His team avoided losing any votes at home against Club Bruce in the second match of the competition after losing to PSG. The criticism then intensified.

“The role of a coach is like this, for all of us. I will keep fighting until my last days because I enjoy what I do and feel like it’s my job.”

Zidane, however, feels that his team is not playing as badly as it is being criticized.

“This is Real Madrid and we are looking at what we can do on the field. We have a match in front of us where we can show why we are the top team. ”

Granada is second on the list after two seasons behind Granada Zidane’s team in Spain’s top league. A few days ago, they beat champions Barcelona 2-1. The French coach is giving special importance to the match.

Unbeaten Real has won four and drawn three in the league so far this season.

 

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