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Real Madrid Have Solid Squad Despite Injuries To Key Players –Ancelotti

Real Madrid Have Solid Squad Despite Injuries To Key Players –Ancelotti

Real Madrid coach, Carlo Ancelotti, says that  he has   a solid squad despite the current absence of their key players due to injuries.

Los Blancos are scheduled to face Cadiz in a Laliga game on Sunday, November 26 at the Nuevo Miradilla.

The Carlo Ancelotti-led side has had a myriad of injuries since the start of the season to numerous players like Thibaut Courtois, Aurelien Tchouameni, Eduardo Camavinga, Dani Ceballos, Jude Bellingham and Rodrygo.

Speaking during his pre-match press conference on Saturday, Ancelotti said that his squad is competitive regardless.

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“We’ve had injuries that have hampered us a bit,” Realmadrid.com quoted Ancelotti as saying.

“The squad is solid. We’ve always been competitive despite the absences of Militao, Courtois, Vinicius and Bellingham. The team is doing well and we are convinced that we can handle things.

“Those who have played less have an opportunity. It’s an opportunity to show how good the players are that make up this squad. The calendar can not be sustained and those who draw it have to look at what has happened.

“Now we have this problem and it will increase because there Will be a World Cup and a Champions League with more matches. The solution is to reduce the number of games. If Laliga, UEFA and FIFA cannot agree, the players can’t do anything.”

Bellingham and Ceballos are set to make the lineup of the match against Cadiz.

Real Madrid are currently second on the Laliga log with 32 points accrued after 13 games They sit at the top of the pile in Group C of the UEFA Champions League with 12 points after four matches.

Cadiz are in the bottom half of the Laliga table with 10 points after 12 games.

By Toju Sote

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