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Kroos always speaks out and has done so again on his weekly podcast. The German midfielder is not a friend of putting on warm cloths and has spoken very sincerely about Lopetegui’s frustrated step at Real Madrid. The German shows a lot of respect and is clear that it is one of the things that have not worked that has taken away his sleep the most. “Lopetegui’s dismissal was the one that hurt me the most personally because he is a first-rate coach and person. He just had a shitty moment when he became a coach here. I was very happy for him when he won the Europa League with Sevilla, he deserved it, “says the midfielder.
It is not the first time that Kroos positively values Lopetegui’s passage through Real Madrid, despite the fact that the results did not accompany him and he lasted just a few months in 2018 as a coach. “I think he did a great job but he was unlucky and if you don’t have results it’s not good for the club, “he said in 2019, months after his dismissal. Lopetegui started the season well in both the League and the Champions League, the team had lost the Super Cup, but little by little as the weeks went by, Madrid was less, weighed down, especially by its lack of goal and ended with the dismissal of the coach.
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