Carlo AncelottiIn addition to being an expert in tactics, he is also a great group manager, as he has already shown in many great clubs of Europe. In this second stage in Madrid it was not going to be less and He has managed to get around his first conflict in the locker room without much trouble. Yesterday, the SER string reported that Asensio is not happy with how little prominence this season is having, a situation that can be extended to other players in the squad such as Isco or Marcelo.
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Regarding this, the coach was questioned at a press conference and he responded with naturalness and wisdom to avoid any controversy. “Everyone knows what I think, making a lineup is complicated, it may be that I’m not happy, it’s normal. It would seem abnormal to me that a player who does not play is happy. If Asensio, Isco, Jovic … are not happy, fine. They don’t have to be. He trains well, I like him. If they’re all plugged in and they’ll have minutes. Isco and Jovic changed the dynamics when they left, “explained the Italian, a statement with which he seeks to downplay the problem and put his players on his side.
The truth is Carletto wants to have all the players plugged in. Mainly because that competitiveness in each position raises the level of the workforce. In addition, the experienced coach is fully aware that the seasons are very long and at any moment he will have to dip into what is currently his wardrobe. Without going further, Madrid will chain four games in 13 days (Mallorca, Villarreal, Sheriff and Espanyol).
Tomorrow, against the vermilion club, those substitutes who have enjoyed less presence could have their opportunity to shine. Rodrygo or Camavinga, recurrent as revulsive of Ancelotti, could enjoy their first title this course. Asensio, (68 minutes of play this course), Jovic (21) or Isco (139) also hope to have their moment. All of them are ready to fight for a place and want to start tomorrow in front of the Bernabéu crowd.
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* Data updated as of September 21, 2021