Lopetegui: “Yesterday was the hardest day of my life, today the most beautiful’

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Julen Lopetegui has a day after his sensational resignation as coach of Spain hard out at the president of the Spanish football association. That put him just before the start of the world cup on the side, after it was known that Lopetegui after the world cup is transferring to Real Madrid.

According to back Luis Rubiales of the RFEF, there was a breach of trust, because Lopetegui until five minutes before the news was announced, had indicated to Real move.

The 51-year-old Facing said Thursday at his presentation in the stadium Santiago Bernabeu, however, that he carefully and honestly has acted during the process of negotiation with Real Madrid. He explained during his presentation, often the emphasis is on the terms of honesty, transparency and loyalty.

“We wanted to be fair to everyone, so therefore we have the news made public. It would be bad if we did want to hide. The players were also good to deal with it.”

The former coach of FC Porto says it has no regret. “I am convinced that this is the right way. We were open and clear. The only thing I would change is the reaction of Rubiales, but I can’t.”


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