Former France midfielder and current manager of Real Madrid football club, Zinedine Zindane has revealed that he won’t be staying at the club for a long time.
Zindane has insisted that he won’t become the club’s version of former Manchester United coach, Alex Ferguson.
The Frenchman’s position had come under intense scrutiny, after one win in five games saw his team struggling in LaLiga and in Europe.
“I’ll never be Madrid’s Sir Alex Ferguson, that’s for sure,”
“I don’t know how long I’ll be here, so I don’t even think about it. I think about the day-to-day and how lucky I am to be here at this great club.” Zidane said in his post-match news conference on Wednesday night.
Zidane eased some pressure off himself, with a 2-0 win over Borussia Monchengladbach in the Champions League on Wednesday night, sealing qualification for the Round of 16.
Madrid’s season now appears to be back on track, following back-to-back victories, beating Sevilla on Saturday and then Monchengladbach on Wednesday.
They face another tough test this weekend in a Derby against high-flying Atletico Madrid.