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Real Madrid News: Santi Solari's sack predictions have to do – badly for Spurs? | Football | Sports



That is the prediction of ESPN FC Steve Nicol's bundle.

Officially announced Los Blancos that Solari would continue to be responsible after a period as an interim head of Argentina who contracted until 2021.

The 42-year-old won all of the four games he oversaw him as the first acting team of the first team following the Julen Lopetegui assault last month.

That's the best start of any manager in the amazing history of the club, Melilla, Viktoria Plzen, Real Valladolid and Celta Vigo have scored 15 goals and only two – very far behind the form of Lopetegui predecessor.

Real Madrid is still struggling to compete for the highest honors of this season with the left by Cristiano Ronaldo – who scored 450 goals in just nine years at the Bernabeu – still after he joined Juventus in summer.

But with Real competitors El Clasico, Barcelona is also stunned – has lost 4-3 although Lionel Messi returns to Real Betis at the weekend – there is still an opportunity to enjoy a successful season.

And Liverpool's former defender, Nicol, believes that the European three-year defense champions must do well at home and in the Champions League for Solari to stay there.

But the real director of Real Madrid Castilla is still not the lead coach by 2019-20 – which could be bad news for Tottenham with Mauricio Pochettino has long been mentioned as a potential management target.

It was suggested that before Solari's permanent appointment, Real could put the old field referee into operation in the hall before being replaced in the summer and go out to Pochettino.

"How can you even chip a small piece out of three Champions League wins on the trot? That does not happen," said Nicol asks if Solari could do as Zinedine Zidane did after; The French won three European titles in three terms, after being an interim trainer initially.

"Santi has to push Barcelona all over the league and they have a good necessity in the Champions League to have any chance.

"I think the chances are slim. It's exactly the same situation as Zidane.

"Zidane was responsible, in my opinion, until they could actually calculate who they really wanted.

"Zidane has now turned around and won three title of the Champions League. Is Santi going to do that? I do not think so.

"Unless something incredible happens then Santi will go at the end of the year.

"I would suggest its contract, up to 2021, that it looks at the small print."

Eibar face Sixth form (24 November, 3pm) after the international break as they looked up and down La Liga board.


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