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Sports Modric protests against Zidane

11:30  06 october  2020
11:30  06 october  2020 Source:   sports.fr

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Zinedine Zidane conceded he is becoming hugely frustrated by Real Madrid's injury list after both Marcelo and Luka Modric were forced off against Malaga. Zidane frustrated as Marcelo and Modric add to Madrid's injury worries.

Luka Modric may have been substituted by Zinedine Zidane in four of Real Madrid's past five matches, but the coach insisted that he has no problem with the


Soccer Football - Champions League Final - Real Madrid v Liverpool - NSC Olympic Stadium, Kiev, Ukraine - May 26, 2018  Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane celebrates winning the Champions League with Luka Modric  REUTERS/Hannah McKay © Supplied by Sports.fr Soccer Football - Champions League Final - Real Madrid v Liverpool - NSC Olympic Stadium, Kiev, Ukraine - May 26, 2018 Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane celebrates winning the Champions League with Luka Modric REUTERS / Hannah McKay Luka Modric feels perfect in the Spanish capital. The Croatian midfielder would like to end his career at Real Madrid. And he wouldn't understand if it wasn't with Zinedine Zidane on the bench. It will be Madrid. Before joining Real in 2012, Luka Modric had several opportunities. But as soon as the Merengue club positioned itself, its choice was made. Brilliant since his arrival in Spain, the Croatian midfielder is so comfortable in the capital that he plans to live there after his career. A career he intends to end at Real Madrid and he doesn't seem in the least bit worried about an upcoming extension of a contract that ends next June. A career like Ferguson or Wenger And if he feels so good, it is also because Zinedine Zidane holds the reins of the locker room. With the success we know. And when it comes to the work of the French technician, the 2018 World Cup finalist gets carried away. "He's a top trainer, what he did with us is not possible to duplicate. I don't know if anyone can do it again ... People don't like him as a trainer yet, is always questioned but is one of the best coaches . I would like everyone to think that he is untouchable in Madrid . On TV, the radio, we hear criticism, anything can to be criticized but there are things which do not make sense ", he explained during a long interview for the Cope, a Spanish radio station. For Modric, the future of Real is Zizou ... "He is an exceptional technician, he has clear ideas and his behavior suits the players perfectly. He could stay in Madrid for a very long time, like Ferguson or Wenger in England, ”he adds. An idea that would undoubtedly suit a Zidane who has clearly become an inseparable figure of Real.

Zidane not threatened at his post .
Despite the unfortunate setback suffered last weekend in La Liga, Zinédine Zidane has absolutely nothing to fear for his position at Real Madrid. © Provided by Football 365 Asked this Tuesday at a press conference on Eden Hazard's state of form, the Real Madrid coach was rather reassuring, even if he did not set a date for return. "His recovery is taking longer than expected. I have complete confidence in our medical staff and those who work in this area.

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