“I don’t think I’m a coach’s disaster” – Zidane asked about Real Madrid’s future
Zinedine Zidane has answered more questions about his future, stating at Real Madrid that it is not “a catastrophe for a coach”, but also It is impossible to speculate how long it will last at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The Frenchman has won two titles in La Liga and two Champions League crowns as a Blancos leader, and this season continues to look for more glory in those two avenues.
However, questions have been raised as to whether he will remain in office until the end of his current 2022 contract, which is occasionally added to the pot to which calls for change are added. He has ties to the Serie A giants Juventus.
What is said?
Asked about those who continue to suggest good luck in a pre-match conference, the World Cup winner said: “Am I lucky? Yes, to be here at this great club.
“I don’t think I’m the disaster of a coach. I’m sure I’m not the best either.
“You may not always do things well, but it’s important to have passion. Then it can go well or it can go wrong.
“It’s important to give 100 per cent every day and I do that, but especially my players.
“There’s a lot of talk here, but that won’t change.
“I would like to talk to you [the media] more about football than we do, but there seems to be a greater interest in other things. I know you like football too! “
Does Zidan expect to be at Real next season?
White has experienced periods of inconsistency this season give of himself in domestic and continental honors.
It seems that Zidane has done enough to stay long in the toughest roles, but he admits that anything is possible in modern football.
He added about his future: “I am not looking forward to tomorrow’s match [against Getafe].
“We are focusing on our daily work.
“You can have a four- or five-year contract and you’ll go tomorrow. Or the other way around. You can have a contract that’s expiring and you’ll stay.
“You don’t know anything. When you said there was a need to get rid of Zidane in the past, well, here I am.
“I don’t know what will happen in three months or a year. I’m here and we have a game tomorrow.”