Zinedine Zidane conceded that he isn’t excessively far from retirement as he uncovered the weight of the activity has caused significant damage.
Zidane is in his second stretch as Los Blancos chief and he has kept them in the LaLiga title race close by rivals Barcelona. They are one point behind the Catalan club with a game close by.
Be that as it may, in spite of Champions League brilliance and much achievement in the Madrid tough situation, Zidane uncovered he may not last any longer in his present team.
Zidane said ahead of Madrid’s clash with Espanyol this tonight that: “I won’t coach for 20 years. I’ll retire before that.I’m an unusual coach, anything could happen. I’m not planning anything. It’s the day-to-day that excites me. For how long, I don’t know.”
“In my head I’ve always been a player. I played for 18 or 19 years, and after that when people asked me if I’d be a coach, I said no.Then I decided to become one. This really wears you out. It won’t be 20 years, that’s for sure.”
Zidane added that: ”Ramos and Varane” are the best pair around.What they do is exceptional. I like to play football, but defence is the most important thing today.”
“We have an advantage with the defence we have, and we have players who are committed.But defending isn’t about four or five players. We’ve shown strength and attitude as a team.”