Breaking!!! Rafa Benitez is Now the New Official Coach of Real Madrid Real Madrid have unveiled Rafa Benitez as new manager today, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. The presentation is set for 1pm local time, with the club confirming on Wednesday morning that the former Valencia, Liverpool and Chelsea coach has signed a three-year deal. The former Napoli manager has spent the past two days working at Valdebebas training center and met with Real Madrid’s General Director, Jose Sanchez, as well as the director of institutional relations, Emilio Butragueno, according to Spanish media. The 55-year-old arrived the Spanish capital on Monday afternoon ahead of finalising his contract. ‘I am ready; I can’t wait to be there,’ Benitez told AS on Monday. The Spaniard will replace Carlo Ancelotti, who was relieved of his duties at the end of the season after two years in charge last week. 3 Jun 15, 03:30 PM Stupid Igbo man…lol 3 Jun 15, 04:44 PM Quote from: owoeyef1 on 3 Jun 15, 04:44 PM Stupid Igbo man…lol Lol, sacking Ancelotti for Benitez, really just nice Down goes madrid 3 Jun 15, 04:52 PM laidemacwhite , odunoku , petdow and 37 Guests are viewing this topic. Login To Reply Reply Related Stories Talk / Entertainment / Sports / Home Terms Privacy Policy  reporter[at]naijapals[dot]com  @naijapals  Naijapals BBM: C00321F19 SMF // © Gistmania Naijapals 2015.    Email  F

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Real Madrid have unveiled Rafa Benitez as new
manager today, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. The
presentation is set for 1pm local time, with the
club confirming on Wednesday morning that the
former Valencia, Liverpool and Chelsea coach
has signed a three-year deal. The former Napoli
manager has spent the past two days working at
Valdebebas training center and met with Real
Madrid’s General Director, Jose Sanchez, as
well as the director of institutional relations,
Emilio Butragueno, according to Spanish media.
The 55-year-old arrived the Spanish capital on
Monday afternoon ahead of finalising his
contract. ‘I am ready; I can’t wait to be there,’
Benitez told AS on Monday. The Spaniard will
replace Carlo Ancelotti, who was relieved of his
duties at the end of the season after two years in
charge last week.

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