Manchester United gets Zidane's position from coaching the team after the humiliating loss from Liverpool

The British newspaper, "Daily Mail", revealed that Frenchman Zinedine Zidane completely refused to take over the task of training Manchester United to succeed Norwegian Solskjaer, who is threatened with dismissal after the team's miserable performances this season, the latest of which was the humiliating defeat against historical rivals Liverpool, 0-5 in the English Premier League.

The newspaper said that the Manchester United management consulted Zidane in order to lead the team, but the latter’s response was clear that he did not want to take on the great responsibility, which prompted the management to move to negotiate with another name, the Italian Antonio Conte, despite giving Solshire another opportunity to rise. by the team.

The "Red Devils" match with Liverpool had left many crises in the club, whether in the dressing room between the players and the technical staff or between Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo and coach Solskjaer, especially since the cameras monitored a video clip of the "Don" mocking the way Solskjaer refers to it. The players are given technical instructions, indicating that the coach only moves his hands from the technical area without this having a clear impact on providing technical solutions on the field.

It is noteworthy that Zidane trained Ronaldo at Real Madrid and together they achieved all the titles available locally, European and internationally. With Zidane's refusal to train Manchester United, Ronaldo will be required to wait for his new club to sign a great coach who is able to extricate the team from its great crisis.

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