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Real Madrid coach tests positive for covid-19

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Real Madrid supervisor Zidane tests positive Zinedine Zidane’s now violent week has gotten ugly, as the Real Madrid coach and manager tested positive for COVID-19.

The news was uncovered in an explanation delivered by Real Madrid in no time before Zidane was expected to talk at the Friday’s public interview in front of the La Liga fixtures against Alaves.

Assistant manager, David Bettoni will deal with the reins as he recuperates for the infection.

Zidane joins Nacho Fernandez, Hazard, Casemiro on the rundown of Madrid staff who have been infected by COVID-19.

Los Blancos supervisor Zidane has been feeling the squeeze, in the wake of leaving two domestic cups in seven days. Be that as it may, football will assume a lower priority as the Madrid manager makes a fast recuperation.

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Arteta dismisses rumor on barca move

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Arteta excuses theory he is leaving Arsenal for Barcelona Arsenal director, Mikel Arteta, has made light of reports connecting him with Barcelona.

As indicated by the Spaniard, he is “privileged and happy” to be with the Gunners. Arteta has been connected with a potential move to Barca this week, with official competitor Joan Laporta said to be peering toward him as a potential substitution for Ronald Koeman.

When asked about being linked with the Barcelona job, Arteta told reporters on Wednesday:

“There is always going to be speculation when there are elections in Barcelona, it’s a huge team.

“Obviously I was raised there as a player and there are always going to be links. But I am fully focused on the job that I have to do here, which we have a lot to do, and I am really enjoying it.

“Today and tomorrow, I am the manager of Arsenal football club and I am really enjoying it. And I want to do much better than what we have done so far.“What I can tell you is I feel privileged to manage this football club and that I’m extremely happy.”

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Arteta to possibly replace Koeman

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Mikel Arteta to replace Koeman at Barcelon football club’s potential president

Joan Laporta has arranged Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta as replacement for Ronald Koeman, as per RAC1.

Barca’s most favourable Laporta had openly upheld the current coach to stay at Camp Nou.

However, should Koeman leave either by sack or mutual understanding, Laporta has distinguished current Arsenal supervisor as the one to take over at Camp Nou.

Review that Laporta had as of late formally declared the people he will work with should he win the election that will happen not long from now.

Laporta, a previous President of the club, alongside his running mate Rafael Yuste, declared that previous Barca goalkeeper, Victor Valdes and Mateu Alemany would work with them on the off chance that they arise champs.

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Pep speaks on being unheaten for the past 20 matches

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Guardiola responds as Man City go 20 matches unbeaten Manchester City coach, Pep Guardiola, has said their 20 straight wins altogether, might be the best thing they have at any point accomplished.

Ruben Dias and John Stones scored either side of a Michail Antonio finish to give City a 2-1 triumph over West Ham yesterday.

It was their fourteenth in succession in the association and leaves them 13 points clear at the highest point of the table, having played a game more than Leicester and Manchester United. In any case, having been discounted for the title toward the beginning of December, Guardiola’s side have been destroying since.

“In this period, in this era, with this situation, to be able to do 20, maybe it is one of the greatest achievements we have done in our careers, for sure.

“That doesn’t mean a title win, of course, but this period in time, the toughest period in England, the winter time, [to have] no one week of rest for three or four months, every three days a game, with the COVID-19 situation, injury situations. To be on this kind of run – winning, winning, winning – means mental strength,” Guardiola said.

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