Real Madrid's French coach Zinedine Zidane attends a press conference at Real Madrid sport city in Madrid on April 1, 2016 on the eve of their Spanish League 'El Clasico' football match FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid CF.AFP / JAVIER SORIANO
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Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane intends to enjoy his first experience of coaching in El Clasico as his side travel to Barcelona Saturday faced with the daunting task of ending the European champions 39-game unbeaten run.However, Zidane insisted he hasn't spoken to his players about that match.Zidane insisted he won't reserve any players with the trip to Germany in mind.Yet, having won the Champions League in his first season as a player at the Bernabeu in 2002, Zidane is conscious that he needs to deliver results between now and the end of the campaign to secure his position as coach for next season.
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