Promising that there would be "no revolutions" and warning echoing his predecessor's forecast that coaching Real Madrid was a "tough but beautiful task," unheralded Mariano Garcia Remon stepped out of the &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/printed.html?news_id=13615' target=_blank>shadow to replace Jose Antonio Camacho at the Bernabeu.
"There will be no revolutions. It's a tough task but a very beautiful one to be able to take on an interesting project," Remon said as he emerged blinking into the limelight at the world's biggest &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/sport/2002/06/28/31395.html' target=_blank>football-cum-marketing machine, says Channel News Asia.
According to Reuters, England captain &to=http:// english.pravda.ru/world/2002/11/04/39109.html ' target=_blank>David Beckham said on Monday that neither he nor the rest of the players were responsible for Jose Antonio Camacho's decision to quit as Real Madrid coach after four months in the job.
"We don't share the blame for what has happened with Camacho," the midfielder told a news conference at the Bernabeu hours after the coach announced his exit.
"Ultimately it was his decision to go."