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What's changed since Valencia-Real Madrid's deferment?


What's changed since Valencia-Real Madrid's deferment?

It was originally planned for the weekend of December 17 and yet Real Madrid will finally travel to Valencia on February 22 thanks to their participation in the Club World Cup, and plenty has changed since then.

A culture move at Valencia


Los Che had just won once in two months, against Leganes in the Copa del Rey, when Zinedine Zidane was initially planned to agree with his position to Estadio Mestalla.Cesare Prandelli's effect was restricted with the club moping in seventeenth and just out of the drop zone by excellence of a superior objective contrast than Sporting Gijon.

 Furthermore, the mentor was enraged by broken guarantees from the board and surrendered before the turn of the year.



Since Voro Gonzalez continued his part as break supervisor, Valencia have enhanced generously. 

Presently fifteenth and seven focuses clear of the transfer puts, the east-drift club have won three of their last six, including Sunday's 2-0 dispatch of Athletic Club.Nani and Simone Zaza got on the scoresheet in that diversion to check the better than ever Che side, characterized by more prominent certainty and the gradually enhancing spirit exuding from the stands.

More of the same from Real Madrid




On the back of their club record breaking win over Deportivo La Coruna, putting them on 35 consecutive games unbeaten, Los Merengues were in a good way back in December.
Zidane's rotation policy had seen Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric, and Karim Benzema rested for that last gasp victory and they possessed a six-point lead over Barcelona at the LaLiga summit.
The big news this time around is that Gareth Bale is back, a luxury not afforded to Real should the game have been played two months ago.
Meanwhile, Madrid may have lost their unbeaten run but now sit on a four-game winning streak and can go four points clear of the Blaugrana by winning at the Mestalla, while still possessing a game in hand.

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