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It’s Normal To Face Criticism As Real Madrid Coach –Ancelotti

It’s Normal To Face Criticism As Real Madrid Coach  –Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti has said it is normal to face criticism as coach of Spanish LaLiga giants Real Madrid.

Madrid started the Laliga season in fantastic form winning all their first five games.

However they lost 3-1 to Atletico Madrid on Sunday, September 24 at the Civitas Metropolitan Stadium.

Alvaro Morata got a brace in the encounter while Griezman netted once. Toni Kroos scored the only goal for the Ancelotti side.

Speaking in his pre-match conference ahead of the midweek clash with Las Palmas, Ancelotti maintained criticism does not affect him.

“It’s normal when you’re the Real Madrid coach to receive criticism if things don’t go well,” Ancelotti told realmadrid.com.

“It doesn’t affect me. I have to assess what we did well, which is a lot, as well as the things we didn’t do so well against Atletico, which are few. The evaluation I make is different to everyone else’s.

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“The players and I are aware of what we have to do better, considering that up till now we have done well by improving what we didn’t get right against Atletico.

“Every system has its weaknesses. There’s no perfect system. We’ve got experienced and very reliable players. We’re focused on the games.”

Madrid are currently third on the Laliga table with 15 points after six matches in the division.

Los Blancos have won the Laliga title on a total of 35 occasions.

Las Palmas are currently 15th in the Laliga standings with five points after six games.

They have never won Laliga but they were runners-up in the 1968/69 edition.

The two teams last faced in the 2017/18 Laliga season with Los Blancos winning 3-0 home and away.

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