President of Real Madrid, Florentino Perez who can also be described as the heart,soul and body of the Capital club has fallen short of meaningful ideas of late. He took over as the Club`s President for a second time in the year 2009 and ever since he has know no bounds.
He signed Cristiano Ronaldo in the year 2009 from English giant, Manchester United for a world record fee of 80 million pounds. Ronaldo instantly became the face of the Spanish giant for close to a decade, before joining Italian power house, Juventus for a whopping 100 million pounds which was seen as a breaking news by many when He was unveiled.
The Portuguese scored as many as 450 goals for the club and left with a legacy of being the Club`s all time highest goal scorer.
He left a vacuum which must be filled but was never filled by a player that is worth it,instead a minnow was used to fill his big shoes in the person of Diaz who is known by a very few football fan across the globe.
Before the sudden exit of the Portuguese talisman, French tactician, Zinedine Zidane left and a new Manager was appointed in the person of Julen Lopetegui who was suppose to handle the Spanish national team at the just concluded FIFA World cup.
Julen Lopetegui was immediately sacked by the Spanish FA for signing a contract with Real Madrid while still under contract with the Spanish football federation.
The new Spanish La Liga season kicked off with high expectations from different people all over the World but the reverse was the case and that led to the sacking of new Manager, Julen Lopetegui.
The axe has now turned to the Boss of the Capital club,persons are now wondering what has happened to his old philosophy.
His philosophy of signing high profile players and coaches,world class talents from all over the World.
Since his taking over in the year 2009, he has hired and fired 6 managers, only French maestro Zinedine Zidane was lucky to have escaped it.
A new search has now begun for who will take over on a permanent basis at the Captial club,with current Belgium national team coach Roberto Martinez and Tottenham Hotspurs of England Manager, Mauricio Pochettino under the watch of Real Madrid respectively.