Madrid fans admit Solari's decision on Marcelo and Isco

2021-01-27 09:27

Fan Madrid Akui Keputusan Solari Soal Marcelo dan Isco

Apart from not getting along with Isco and Marcelo, Solari is also betting on academy products.

JAKARTA - Real Madrid was eliminated from the Copa del Rey at the hands of Spanish Third Division club Alcoyano on Thursday (21/1). After the 1-2 defeat in that match, many Madrod fans remember Santiago Solari's management of several Los Blancos players who have developed or been disappointing recently.

The Argentine coach, who replaced Julen Lopetegui in 2019, made several bold, but controversial, decisions following his appointment in 2019. Experienced players such as Marcelod and Oscar lost fame. Solari regretted his last name for not doing well to compete in elite football.

In the hands of coach Zinedine Zidane, Isco and Marcelo, got more minutes to play and restore their lead in the team. However, two years later, the reality is that neither of the two have started under the French coach. Zidane has Ferland Mendy as his first choice left-back, with Isco usually coming off the bench for only a few minutes.

Apart from not being compatible with Isco and Marcelo, Solari also bets on Real Madrid academy products such as Marcos Llorente and Sergio Reguilon. However, Zidane did not rely on the two young players. Llorente joined Atletico Madrid and thrived there. Meanwhile, Reguilon moved to Tottenham Hotspur after an outstanding one-year loan spell at Sevilla.

Reported by Marca , Friday (22/1), these are some of Zidane's decisions, made during his second coaching period at Real Madrid. The French man's decision has gradually influenced Real Madrid's recent poor form.

Solari sees his appointment as a first-class opportunity to replace experienced players with young, energetic individuals. But Zidane is adamant that he will continue to use a player who won three consecutive Champions League trophies under him.






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