One-time coach of Athelitic Bilbao, Luis Fernandez says Real Madrid coach, Rafael benitez lacks the necessary style to manage the club, backing French football legend, Zinedine Zidane to take over at Real Madrid when Rafael Benitez ‘s tenure as coach comes to an end.
Benitez succeeded Carlo Ancelotti in June following the latter’s dismissal in May – a year after he guided Real to their 10th Champions League title.
Zidane, who has multiple football honours including the world cup Trophy, Champions league and a host of other titles under his belt worked as Ancelotti’s assistant for a year before moving to his current role as coach of the reserves.
“I would have preferred Carlo to stay,” Fernandez told Omnisport. “The season before last, Madrid won the 10th Champions League. They were competing against a great Barcelona team, a great Lionel Messi.
“I was disappointed that he left the club. I would have liked him to stay at the club.
“Benitez doesn’t have the same style. They prepare everything for Zizou, who I think will be the next Real Madrid coach.”
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