Real is very similar to Liverpool, as, in two massive clubs in their specific countries. Frozen in history, they always look at the past.
Real is similar to Liverpool
The expectation of delivering main silverware on an annual basis makes life at Real Madrid very similar to Liverpool, says Steve McManaman. Former England international player put books on Enfield and Santiago Bernabeu on his gaming days. Trophies were collected with both the Reds and the Blancos, while McManaman remained in the loyal fan base at Merseyside and Madrid. He claims that he roared in anticipation, which accompanied the pulling up of two iconic stables. Successfully demanding, rather than craving, two European heavyweights. Recently, Real and Liverpool continue to regularly stock up their trophy cabinets, and the triumphs of the Champions League – the usual place.
Their coaches are expected to cross the lines
Jürgen Klopp also has his side on the verge of winning the Premier League title. The first mole in 30 years. While Zinedine Zidane has Madrid in the hunt for La Liga honors. Both men are expected to cross the line if and when competition resumes after the outbreak of the coronavirus. With Steve seeing a resemblance between a pair of legendary sports facilities. He told reporters: Real is very similar to Liverpool. As, in two massive clubs in their specific countries, frozen in history, they always look at the past. “You got these photos all over the walls in Liverpool – it will be Emlyn Hughes, it will be Graeme Souness, Phil Thompson raising these European Cups.
Both clubs have an almost similar history
In Madrid, it was the same, and you have Alfredo Di Stefano, Francisco Gento, Ferenc Puskas, everywhere you have photos and pressure for every season to win the trophy. “And if it’s not a league, then this is the Champions League. You have to deliver silverware, and it was the same in Liverpool.”If you had a barren year – a year before, they finished second in the league and did not win a single silverware. “If you had an unproductive year. The year before they finished second in the league and did not win only silverware, then the pressure was again on Real Madrid. We had to achieve.
“It was pretty easy for me. Of course, getting along and getting further with your colleagues who all speak a foreign language. You are trying to learn as quickly as possible is difficult and can be lonely, but you must try your hand.” Merseyside native MacManaman did 364 performances for Liverpool before leaving for Madrid in 1999, with another 158 trips for the Blancos.