In an open letter to fans, the Frenchman also cited media leaks in explaining the abrupt end to his second spell managing the club
Former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane, who resigned from the post last week, wrote in an open letter to Diario AS (h/t
Soccer legend Zinedine Zidane blasted Real Madrid in an open letter published in Spain’s Diario AS on Monday just days after he stepped down from the club as manager.
The Frenchman penned an open letter to supporters reflecting on his second stint at the club, claiming that while he had the backing of the dressing room, he felt a lack of support from chiefs
Zidane chose to walk away from the Bernabeu after a disappointing campaign for the club, although Benzema enjoyed fine form under him and earned a surprise recall for France.
The 22-year-old superstar was convinced to stay at Monaco's academy in 2014, before progressing to the first team and then securing a £130million move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Zidane resigned as Madrid boss for the second time last week and on Monday penned a fiery open letter directed towards Perez in AS. insisting he 'wasn't given the trust he needed' to build for the future.
The French coach left the top job at the Santiago Bernabeu for the second time in three years when he decided to step down last Thursday, days after the club ended the season without a trophy.
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