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Managing Madrid Podcast: Best next coach, best starting XI, Rodrygo vs Kvara

Two-part episode hosted by Kiyan, Sid, and Matt

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This Patron-only episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast comes in two parts.

Part One

  • Should Real Madrid loan players to big clubs in the lower divisions?
  • Traits that Real Madrid managers must have
  • The Achraf Hakimi what it
  • Juggling short-term and long-term success
  • Best starting XI in our opinion
  • The ways this team is being misused
  • Eduardo Camavinga at left-back works iff…
  • Ranking our future coach preferences
  • Should we sign a superstar striker NOW?
  • Endrick
  • And more.

Part Two

  • The “success paradox”
  • Are cycles of rebuilding inevitable?
  • How to minimize the rebuilding phase
  • Why Rodrygo Goes vs Khvicha Kvaratskhelia is a topic that needs to be had
  • What would happen to Rodrygo’s playing time had we signed Raphinha last summer?
  • Rodrigo’s advanced analytics
  • Underperforming his xG (and over performing last year)
  • Xabi + Frimpong?
  • And more.

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Hosts this week:

Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo)

Matt Wiltse (@MattWiltse4)

Siddharth Ramsundar (@TacticalFouling)

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