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“No manager is ever ready, still less someone who has never coached before. But I’m ready. I want this. I have ilusión.”
Some have drawn parallels of his appointment to Pep Guardiola at Barcelona.
"Don’t,” Zidane responded. “Guardiola is Guardiola. Guardiola is a formidable coach. What he is doing is incredible but I am not going to compare us: I never did it as a player and I am never going to do it as a coach. What matters is the day-to-day work, what I can show to the squad.”
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The Rangers are unlikely to go outside the organization to add players to the 25-man roster prior to Opening Day.
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