Champions League final goalscorer Karim Benzema said of his countryman: "I had not had the pleasure of playing with you brother but I had the enormous honor to have you as a coach so I thank you from the bottom of my heart for all that you have given me and brought". "For me it is not an issue, I am focused now on the World Cup". Zidane said he had insulted his family.
After Real Madrid won the Champions League the third consecutive time, Ronaldo used the opportunity to make the night all about himself amid rumours of his departure from Los Blancos, saying that he was unsure about what the future holds for him. I am happy at Tottenham because they let me work and we are growing together. I want to thank them too, as in the end they are the ones who fight on the pitch. How can I ask more from the players?
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Babchenko's resurfacing immediately brought cheers of jubilation from his colleagues at Radio Free Europe in Ukraine . Mr Babchenko fought in the Russian army in Chechnya , and then became a war reporter for several Russian newspapers.
Bale, 28, scored twice off the bench in Real's 3-1 win over Liverpool, sealing his side's 13th Champions League title. Of course, we have a lot of dreams.
However, he then added, per AS (via Wright): "I live in the present, there is nothing more important than that". What is going to happen tomorrow, I don't know. And while he did iterate that he is not looking to delve right back into management or inviting offers from teams, it is only logical for Zizou to be serenaded with offers.
But Tottenham are likely to fight to keep him.
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In an era where journalists' access to footballers and managers is becoming more and more hard given the ever-growing powers of club media channels, you could say fair play to Pochettino for taking questions in a one-on-one and press conference environment.
The Frenchman, formerly coach of Real Madrid Castilla, was appointed as head coach of Real's first team in January 2016 after the dismissal of Rafa Benítez, and guided the club to the Champions League title by beating Atlético Madrid on penalties in the final.
"I have a five-year deal with Tottenham and I'm very happy at the club".
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However, Zidane intends to take a break from the dugout before planning his next move. " Real Madrid has given everything to me". The 45-year-old has experienced unprecedented success in Europe since taking charge at the Santiago Bernabeu.