Michel Salgado: I Will Feel The Madness Of Coaching

Former Real Madrid star Michel Salgado says he knows that he will someday feel the madness of being a coach. The retired footballer is being careful before making the jump into football management. He has his UEFA A and B licenses but admits that the job of coaching is “complicated.”

Salgado says the people he has spoken to confirm that the job is intensive and complicated, requiring coaches to live football 24 hours a day, seven days of the week. He revealed that Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane never expected he would become a manager but that the competition and the game forces players to turn to coaching and then they fall in love with it. Continue reading →

Rida: Real Madrid will bid for Mohamed Salah

The president of the Egyptian FA Hany Abo Rida has revealed that Real Madrid will lodge an attempt to sign Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah in the summer. The 25-year-old linked up with the Reds from AS Roma for nearly £40m in July, and he has since stood out as the leading performer for the Merseyside outfit.

His performances have, as a result, caught the eye of Europe’s elite and Rida suggests that the European champions will test the Reds’ resolve with a tempting offer in the summer, he said: “Real Madrid will make an offer for Salah during the summer. Salah is now looking to improve his game. Obviously if an Egyptian plays for a club as popular around the world as Real Madrid, it’s going to be great for Egyptian football.” Continue reading →


Former Real Madrid player Michel Salgado not too long ago voiced his desire to return to the world of football but as a coach as it seems like the Spanish retiree will always be involved in the sport in some way or another.

Michel Salgado retired from the playing grounds back on 2012 with his last club being Blackburn Rovers which is where he spent the final 3 years of his career before eventually hanging up his playing boots.
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