January 9, 2019
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In just months, Julen Lopetegui has lost two of the most high-profile coaching jobs in the world.
Lopetegui was fired by Real Madrid on Monday, less than five months after he was sacked by Spain.
Madrid said in a statement it sacked 52-year-old Lopetegui to “change the team’s dynamic while all of its objectives for the season were still reachable”.
In 14 matches with Lopetegui, Madrid won six, lost six, and drew two.
“We have to move on as soon as possible because there is a lot of season left,” Ramos said.
Lopetegui is the second La Liga coach to be fired. The first was Leo Franco of promoted club Huesca, currently last in the 20-team standings.