Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has admitted that he does not have “a Plan A or Plan B” for when his team selection fails to produce results.
Zidane returned to the Santiago Bernabeu this year, after leaving in May 2018.
The Frenchman has failed to rediscover his finest form in LaLiga since, although Madrid currently sit only a point off league leaders and rivals Barcelona in second.
Questions have been asked about his squad rotations too, but ahead of Saturday’s clash with Real Betis, Zidane stated that he does not appreciate the idea that he has a set number of selections.
“There are players who are better or worse,” he told a press conference.
“I don’t have a ‘Plan A’ or a ‘Plan B’.
“Every three days I have to leave out quality players and I count on everyone, that’s what bothers me the most. I try to choose the best ones, but I can change. I don’t like being said to have a team A or a team B or C. It’s not true.”