"We have a relationship of respect between coach and player".
Zidane had more positive news regarding Hazard, whom he says is fit to face City, despite feeling pain in his troublesome right ankle last month. "The only thing I can say is that he has decided not to play, and the rest is between him and me", Zidane continued.
"I will explain because many things are said", Zidane said by way of Goal.com.
Zidane said the decision as "personal" and denied being disappointed in Bale's attitude.
"I really respect Gareth and things that are in the dressing room stay in the dressing room, between management and staff".
"He's a current player of Real Madrid and he is our player".
"So, for me, I prefer Man City because, without Sergio Ramos, when you have to defend against City going forward, it will be hard for Real".
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The 60-year-old actress will also executive produce the film, which studio bosses have promised will be "romantic and nostalgic". Although the film featured different characters and was set in Cuba, Swayze made a cameo appearance as a dance instructor.
Bale looked distraught to be left out of Real's match against Granada.
"There is no solution to the Bale problem", a high level Real source told AS.
The madridistas have won each of their last seven away outings in the Champions League round of 16.
Colombia worldwide Rodriguez has also been left out in recent weeks at his own request and is expected to leave during this transfer window. Europe's most prestigious tournament, the UEFA Champions League is back and the former English champions will host Real Madrid in the reverse fixture of the round-of-16 clash.
City created chances after the break but lacked the killer touch and it took another piece of calamitous defending by Varane to decide the tie in the 68th as his attempted header back to Courtois was too weak and Jesus was alert again, nipping in to flick it past the keeper and make it 2-1 on the night.
Capello supports the work of Laureus Sport for Good, a global charity that supports children and young people by using the power of sport to end violence, discrimination and disadvantage.
"I think he's fine and feels confident".
When you add this to the fact he isn't injured, it doesn't make for great reading. There was a moment after his second injury, but now he's fine.