Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone is known for his knack to take on the hardest assignments and ending it with success and as he prepares to take on arch rivals Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday 28 May at the San Siro Stadium, he is approaching the game bravely.
The coach will not be on the touchline as he serves a ban but he will be rallying his charges to win the title after getting to that stage in 2014 and suffering a 1 – 4 loss against the same opponents.
Speaking to ESPN ahead of the final, the Argentine stated that with his team anything is possible, and looking at his team’s path to the final, anyone will be tempted to believe so.
“To play a final is something fantastic, to win it is supreme.
“Everything about reaching the final is a super experience. The best thing this group has is they persevere, they keep going, they lift themselves up without changing their identity or their commitment.
“When you keep going and you keep insisting, anything is possible,” he said.
The Madrid side took down Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven, German Champions Bayern Munich and Spanis champions Barcelona on their way to the final and Simeone will definitely be looking to end it in success.