Former Real Madrid posh star David Beckham has called on the club’s hierarchy to keep faith with current manager Zinedine Zidane.
Beckham who played alongside Zidane during his time at the Bernabeu reckons that the Algerian born former France international has what it takes to take the Los Blancos to their required heights.
The 43-year-old replaced Rafa Benitez in January and have since lost just one game and narrowly missed the La Liga title by one point to bitter rivals Barcelona but suggestions in some quarters have it that President Florentino Perez will sack Zidane if he fails to win the Champions League final against neighbours Atletico Madrid later this month.
“Madrid needs stability and continuity. It’d be good for Zidane to carry on for a while there and keep the players he has now,” the Englishman told Spanish magazine XL Semanal.
“Even if they don’t win the Champions League they should give him a chance and let him work. Stability is the key, it’s just the base for all things in life and business.”
Real have won UEFA Champions League on a record 10 occasions and another opportunity presents itself to add one more when they take on neighbours Atletico Madrid in the 2015/16 final.