The 12 coaches of Florentino Prez - La Provincia

The 12 coaches of Florentino Prez - La Provincia

Julen Lopetegui is history: Ceased this Monday by Real Madrid, the Basque coach was the 12th merengue coach in the 15 years of the presidency of Florentino Pérez (2000-2006 and since 2009), who is now looking for a substitute.

Vicente del Bosque (November 1999-June 2003)

Come to the presidency in 2000 with a program based on the signing of stars like Luis Figo, Zinédine Zidane or Brazilian Ronaldo, Florentino Pérez dismisses the quiet Vicente Del Bosque, who did not give the image of 'galactic' in 2003, just a few days after winning a League and a year after winning the Champions League in 2002.

Carlos Queiroz (June 2003-May 2004)

The Portuguese, ex-second of Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, fails to achieve success: After a promising start, Real Madrid finish fourth in the League and fall in the quarterfinals of the 'Champions' against Monaco.

José Antonio Camacho (May 2004-September 2004)

Famous for having been only 22 days in his first step as a coach for Real Madrid in 1998, Camacho returns in the summer of 2004, but the Spanish ex-selector does not stay much longer and is dismissed in September after a 3-0 defeat against the Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League.

Mariano García Remón (September 2004-December 2004)

The second Camacho takes the reins after the departure of this, but will only last three months on the bench.

Vanderlei Luxembourg (December 2004-December 2005)

The experienced Brazilian remained in the position for a year. But he suffers to balance a team in which offensive talents abound and ends up being dismissed after a classic won by Barça 3-0 at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium.

Juan Ramón López Caro (December 2005-June 2006)

The technician of the subsidiary 'merengue' rises after the dismissal of Luxembourg and is the last coach appointed during the first term of Florentino Perez, who resigned in February 2006.

Between 2006 and 2009, Italian Fabio Capello (2006-2007), the German Bernd Schuster (2007-2008) and Spanish Juande Ramos (2008-2009) they happen on the white bench.

Mauricio Pellegrini (June 2009-May 2010)

Perez returns to the presidency of the club in 2009 and appoints the Chilean to lead the new 'galactic' team that builds around Cristiano Ronaldo. But a humiliation in Copa del Rey against the modest Alcorcón (4-0), an elimination by Lyon in the second round of 'Champions' and a second place in the League shorten Pellegrini's stay on the bench.

José Mourinho (May 2010-June 2013)

In front of a triumphant Barça, Pérez is entrusted to the "Special One". With a League (2012) and a Copa del Rey conquered (2011) in three years, the Mourinho era is one of the longest of the Perez presidency, but also one of the most stormy: divided clothing, unbreathable atmosphere, electrified public, until the Portuguese exit.

Carlo Ancelotti (June 2013-May 2015)

Diplomat and peacemaker, the affable Ancelotti wins the 10th Champions League club, expected since 2002, but the Italian does not survive a second season finished without a big trophy.

Rafael Benítez (June 2015-January 2016)

Suffering the comparison with Ancelotti, Benítez does not manage to tune in with the heavyweights of the squad and a defeat in a classic 4-0 against Barça seals his fate. He is replaced after six months by Zinedine Zidane, then coach of the subsidiary.

Zinedine Zidane (January 2016-May 2018)

Zidane manages to convince the skeptics little by little and leaves Real Madrid after widening his record, especially in the Champions League with three consecutive trophies, something unprecedented for a coach. "I would have liked to convince him" to stay, says Pérez.

Julen Lopetegui (June 2018-October 2018)

Exseleccionador of Spain, Lopetegui arrives preceded of his good results with the 'Red', in spite of his dismissal on the eve of the World-2018 for having negotiated with Real Madrid behind the back of the Federation. Obliged to rebuild a private team of his striker Cristiano Ronaldo, who went to Juventus, fails and ends up being dismissed after the debacle 5-1 in Barcelona.


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