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OFFICIAL: Rafa Benitez new Real Madrid manager

Rafa Benitez was on Wednesday named as new Real Madrid manager for a period of three years. In what was no secret and came as no surprise to anyone, Benitez was in the Spanish capital to discuss terms, plan for the pre-season and for the transfers. The official announcement read: Real Madrid CF presents today,

Perez: The board has decided to relieve Carlo Ancelotti as coach

Real Madrid board on Monday decided to sack Carlo Ancelotti as manager - exactly a year and a day after guiding the club to la Decima.   Speaking after a board meeting, club president Florentino Perez announced before a packed room. The decision quite easily didn't find support from the fans and echoed his mistake of sacking Vicente Del Bosque

Real Madrid refute ban allegations

In an official response to media reports stating Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid will be sanctioned by FIFA for illegal transfer of minors, the club has categorically denied being party to any such news and/or information. The club claims the information being shared since last night is “completely false”. The official statement reads: In view

Real Madrid defends position on alleged transfer ban

In a flash from the past, Real Madrid CF had defended itself and called that the club has provided all necessary documentation and details in order to comply with FIFA's transfer regulations. The official communication is timely now as various reports in Spanish media claim Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid will be sanctioned for illegal

Jan 2015: Poorest for Real Madrid

January 2015 has been the worst start to a calendar year for Real Madrid in the past five years. Multiple things should be taken into consideration before coming to the conclusion that Real haven't been upto their best - more games, less time to rejuvenate, Carlo Ancelotti's reluctance to rotate and this being a post World Cup

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