He said on the Sada El-Balad channel: 'Ramos intentionally injured Mo Salah and should be punished about his actions. "I wanted him to win it as it would've been an Arab achievement". I thank you all for your support and there are hard times when there are whistles but that is part of this club.
However, Zidane intends to take a break from the dugout before planning his next move.
"I think this team needs to keep winning but I think after three years a change is needed, something different, a different message, different ways of going about things".
Corona girl advances to final rounds of national spelling bee
Karthik ended up beating 12-year-old Naysa Modi, who lives about 15 miles away and topped him at their county spelling bee. Moreover, a change in how spellers were invited to this year's bee drew hundreds more spellers than in past years.
Houston police officers anxiously wait outside Shipley's on National Donut Day
The pizza delivery chain will debut its caramel creme-filled doughnut holes, with a free order alongside any pizza order. Do I have one near me? At Krispy Kreme , you can just walk in and get a free donut in the USA and Canada.
Zidane successor at Madrid: Pochettino and Wenger lead the contenders
In the very next year, Zidane upped the ante with another European Cup victory against the mighty Italian side Juventus. Perez , not with us. "I had the respect of all, above all the players, which has been fundamental in achieving things".
Club president Florentino Perez described Zidane's decision as a shock, saying he only found out when he spoke to him at his home on Wednesday.
"It was a huge impact for me yesterday when I heard this decision".
"I'm not the one who decides when we play and who we play". I think at times the players need it, when you have a hard time you have to front up occasionally. "I am really curious to know who will be their next manager". He won 105 of those games, and as well as three Champions League titles, he also enjoyed success in La Liga in 2016-17.
"I'm not 100 per cent ready yet", the PSG striker said in a press conference ahead of the Brazilian team's trip to London on Monday (NZT).