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Is Zidane the answer? Madrid not improved at all since Lopetegui sacking
Predrag Mijatovic couldn't believe what he had just witnessed at the Parc des Princes.
Real Madrid slumps to Levante defeat to pile pressure on Lopetegui
Julen Lopetegui will face further questions over his future following Real Madrid’s disastrous 2-1 home defeat to Levante, extending its winless run to five games.
Goal-shy Madrid leaves Lopetegui with more questions
The last time Real Madrid went three games without a goal was in January 2007 and at the end of the season Fabio Capello was sacked.
Lopetegui: Collective effort needed to replace Ronaldo's goals
The pressure of filling Cristiano Ronaldo's boots at Real Madrid is too much for a single person, new coach Julen Lopetegui said on Saturday.
Lopetegui delighted with Bale, Real after La Liga opener
Julen Lopetegui praised goalscorer Gareth Bale and European champion Real Madrid as the former Spain boss celebrated his first La Liga victory.
Real needs to banish doubts about new era in season opener
Life without Cristiano Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane has got off to a rocky start for Real Madrid after losing the UEFA Super Cup to Atletico Madrid and the Spanish giant will be eager to smooth over those cracks in its opening La Liga game against Getafe today.
Asensio, optional false nine at Real for Lopetegui
Marco Asensio playing as a false nine could become a regular feature for Real Madrid under Julen Lopetegui.
Spain sacks Lopetegui, appoints Hierro on eve of World Cup
Spain dramatically sacked coach Julen Lopetegui on Wednesday and appointed federation sporting director Fernando Hierro – just two days before the team's opening game at the World Cup.
Ventura defends tactics after defeat at Spain
Italy coach Giampiero Ventura said he would be criticized regardless of his tactical decisions after the Azzurri's World Cup hopes took a hit with a 3-0 defeat to Spain in Madrid on Saturday.

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