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Daily Thread : 27 March 2023

Monday Edition of The Daily Merengue

The Daily Merengue is a place where you can feel free to discuss all things football. Do not be alarmed by the overt RMCF bias. It’s in the name!

Shoutout to the mods who do a fantastic job, Valyrian Steel, Kung_Fu_Zizou, Juninho, NeRObutBlanco and yours truly, Felipejack.

Is Courtois injured?

TbC returned to Real Madrid due to a minor strain in the adductor. He’ll undergo tests to see if he can play the next game on Sunday.

Will Ceballos get an extension?

Real Madrid is not in hurry to renew Ceballos, they rather focus on competitions. But...

Is it too early for the #7?

Ancelotti is the CBF favorite

Finally, a confirmation that Ancelotti is the Brazil Federation (CBF) favorite to Brazil NT team next coach.

Ednaldo Rodrigues, CBF’s president, has said:

Ancelotti is unanimously respected within the players. Not only Ronaldo Fenômeno or Vinicis Junior, but by all players that player under his command. I admire him a lot by his honesty in his way of work and by the consistency of his work. He doesn’t need introductions. It is really a top coach, who has a lot of achievements and we hope he can have more. Ancelotti is the favorite not only of the players, but also of the supporters. Every place I go in Brazil, every stadium, he is the first name fans ask for.

However, the Portuguese journal Record reported that CBF has sent former goalkeeper Julio Cesar to represent the Federation in the talks with Jorge Jesus, currently coaching Fenerbahçe.


Who is you favorite to coach Real Madrid next season if Carlo leaves?

This poll is closed

  • 26%
    Julian Nagelsmann
    (172 votes)
  • 3%
    Marcelo Gallardo
    (21 votes)
  • 5%
    Mauricio Pochettino
    (35 votes)
  • 22%
    (142 votes)
  • 21%
    Xabi Alonso
    (138 votes)
  • 20%
    (132 votes)
640 votes total Vote Now

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