Real Madrid's coach Rafael Benitez looks on before their Santiago Bernabeu Trophy soccer match against Galatasaray at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Medina
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When a visibly nervous Real Madrid President Florentino Perez was grilled by the media after sacking Carlo Ancelotti in May he comically responded that he "didn't know" where the Italian had failed in his two years in charge.Ancelotti delivered the coveted "La Decima," the club's 10th European Cup, and three other trophies but his inability to win a major title last season proved fatal to his chances of remaining in the hot seat at the Bernabeu.Benitez is undoubtedly a Madrid man.Benitez also has to find a way to get the best out of an under-performing Gareth Bale in what is expected to be a make or break season for the Welshman.
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