Cassano: “Real Madrid are playing badly, their luck will run out”
Ex-Real Madrid player Antonio Cassano said his old team is riding their luck and as for Carlo Ancelotti: “I can’t think of one single player who he has improved”.
Antonio Cassano gave his own peculiar view on his old team to Bobo TV. The former player has always been outspoken when dealing with the media, and while he says he has fond memories of his time at Real Madrid, that hasn’t stopped him from criticising the team. This time, he also spoke his mind about Carlo Ancelotti’s coaching qualities.
“Real Madrid are playing badly, but they had a lot of good luck against PSG and then Chelsea and sooner or later that luck will run out. Madrid aren’t playing well in LaLiga either. If you look at Barça, who took much longer to get into their rhythm, it’s a whole different story. Ancelotti make you feel good, but I can’t think of one single player who he has improved during his career,” Cassano said.
Real Madrid were forced to battle back after finding themselves behind in two nerve-racking Champions League ties - first against against PSG and then against Chelsea in the next round. Now they will face Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in the semi-finals. Despite not playing particular well in either of the previous rounds, Ancelotti’s team are one step away from making the final. Mientras, les toca sufrir diversas opiniones de protagonistas del fútbol que no siguen aquella máxima deportiva de que el fin justifica los medios. Cassano, un viejo conocido, ha sido el último en unirse.