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Real Madrid appoint Santiago Solari as new manager

14 November 2018

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Interim Real Madrid manager Santiago Solari was appointed permanent coach on Monday after overseeing a startling upturn in the European champions' fortunes since he stepped in to replace Julen Lopetegui.

Real Madrid has now scored 15 goals and conceded just two under Solari.

The 42-year-old Argentine has led the team to four wins in four games since taking over as interim manager in place of sacked former Spain coach Julen Lopetegui two weeks ago.

The first game of Solari's reign saw Los Blancos hammer lower league Melilla in the Copa del Rey, with further victories against Real Valladolid and Viktoria Plzen.

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Real Madrid interim boss Santiago Solari has been named Los Blancos permanent manager on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 with immediate effect.

He takes over permanently with Madrid sixth in LaLiga, four points behind leaders Barcelona.

Santiago SOLARI for Real Madrid an Diego SIMEONE fro Atletico Madrid.

However, the Clasico loss was the last straw for Real president Florentino Perez, who reportedly first considered more experienced options as a full-time replacement, including ex-Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, current Belgium national team coach Roberto Martinez and former Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim. It's a great opportunity. "We are very happy with how things have gone".

But there is scepticism as to how long Solari will remain in the job with Mauricio Pochettino and Jose Mourinho both mooted as possible targets for the summer.

Real Madrid appoint Santiago Solari as new manager