If there’s one club that likes a random and often unwarranted sacking, it has to be Real Madrid…


Over the last few years we’ve become less and less shocked with the way the club have gotten rid of managers without any real care and it appears it could be about to happen again.

Indeed, despite guiding Real Madrid to a Champions League win in his first season in charge, and having them on the brink of another one and a La Liga title, the French legend Zinedine Zidane is under pressure.

Spanish outlet AS, then, reckons Joachim Low could come in to replace him if Madrid end up without a trophy this season and we reckon, should that happen, it would be utterly ridiculous.

Yes, no trophy is a bad thing for a club like Madrid but Zidane has already proven himself and to get rid after what would be his first poor moment would be ludicrous.

Ludicrous but, unfortunately, highly plausible where Los Blancos are involved…


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