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Real Madrid

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid suffer La Liga and Champions League woe

The ESPN FC crew respond to the reports suggesting Carlo Ancelotti will be replaced by Rafael Benitez at Real Madrid next season.

With La Liga over, here's a look back at Real Madrid's campaign as thoughts turn toward the summer and next season.

Your season in a sentence and final grade: B

To quote Sven-Goran Eriksson during his England reign: "First half good, second half not so good."

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The Club World Cup is little more than a trinket to Real, so I'll say the 3-1 victory over Barcelona at the Bernabeu. Real were just getting into their stride and had battered Levante 5-0 a week earlier, with Carlo Ancelotti successfully...

Real Madrid sack manager Carlo Ancelotti after disappointing season

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Mark Donaldson react to the news that Real Madrid has fired Carlo Ancelotti and the rumours that Rafael Benitez will be the next manager.

Carlo Ancelotti has been fired as manager of Real Madrid, club president Florentino Perez announced on Monday.

After winning the Champions League in his first season in charge, Ancelotti failed to claim any major trophies in 2014-15, leading the club to announce his departure two days after the end of their campaign.

"My talk will be very short, but I want to say that today the board has decided to relieve Carlo Ancelotti of duties as Real Madrid coach," Perez said at a news conference. "It has been...

 By Rob Train

Ronaldo's hat trick highlights Real Madrid's sensational season finale

The ESPN FC panel discuss if Rafael Benitez can be a better manager than Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid next season.

Real Madrid's last match of the season was a curious affair. Before kickoff, there were cheers for manager Carlo Ancelotti and the usual mix of whistles and applause for goalkeeper Iker Casillas from a sparse crowd in the Santiago Bernabéu. Both the home side and Getafe had nothing tangible to play for, and the result was one of the most entertaining matches of the season.

A vastly changed Real Madrid ran out eventual 7-3 winners, but the game was a sideshow played out against a melancholy backdrop...