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Florientino backs up Benitez

Florentino faces media to give Benitez his full support after El Clasico disaster

November 23, 2015 By Oscar Casanova Perches
The president recognized that losing 0-4 against Barcelona was a devastating result. He claims that replacing Benitez was never an option.

A 0-4 score in El Clasico was not enough to make Florentino Perez change his mind about not sacking Rafa Benitez after a result that really hurt Real Madrid and its fans. Perez made it clear that the Board of Directors has never doubted the capacity of the Spanish manager to turn things around down the road. 

In a press conference called by the club under extraordinary conditions Monday afternoon at the Santiago Bernabeu, Perez spoke to the media trying to clarify the rumours around his teal. Most of them pointed out that Benitez would be sacked if they lost against Barcelona, while for Perez and his team, that was never an option.

Other than that, Florentino told the media that they should stop lying about what happens in Real Madrid. He disliked the idea that many publictations have been trying to hurt the 10-time Champions League. Things like that not only hurt him, but hurt the team as well. 

He knows who really want him out of the team

For Florentino Perez, Rafa Benitez is the right man for this job. He has already talked with the former Napoli manager giving him his trust to keep on working with his project after the devastating loss. He wants outsiders to let the team work and not interfere with what happens inside closed doors.

Ronaldo has never said some of the things that the media has claimed 

The president of the team with the most Champions League titles wanted people to also look into the fact that they have already qualified to the UCL playoffs with two more games left to play in the group stage. He knows how bad it hurts to lose against Barcelona, but is confident that the team will turn things around. 

Florentino is backing up his players and his entire organization 

The 63-year-old president felt that there are people out there trying to make his life even more complicated. In a session that was around 30 minutes long, Florentino spent most of it trying to clear out rumours made about him and his team .

Perez is not happy with the media 


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