Madrid's spirits soaring high ahead of Celta clash: 'The team look to me like they want to end the season well'
- Zinedine Zidane spoke in his pre-Celta presser at Real Madrid City
- The boss is confident Los Blancos are all fired up for the clash and will try to do their best
- He appears to be fully content with Los Blancos' form
Real Madrid's disastrous season comes to an end with two months still left to play. Even though Los Blancos are expected to finish the 2018/2019 campaign without any major trophy, the fans could be delighted with the unexpected return of Zinedine Zidane. The French icon is now charged with the great overhaul of the Madrid squad as he is reportedly granted full control over the club from Florentino Perez.
Training | Later the players carried out physical work, played several games on a small field and ended with finishing exercises. pic.twitter.com/Es7BJ7nrjS— Real Madrid Info (@RMadridInfo) March 15, 2019
He'll play his first game vs Celta Vigo tomorrow evening, yet the expectations are already soaring - and well for a reason:
"After three days with them, they look in good shape to me and keen to do well. There are 11 games left to finish the season well and the players are happy. The three sessions have been very good in terms of intensity and desire, and that’s the most important thing. It’s been a difficult year, but they’ve done some good things. We want to start well tomorrow against Celta and win the game".