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Rafa Benítez's dignified letter of farewell

SPORTYOU SPORTYOU 06/01/2016 sportyou
La elegante carta de despedida de Rafa Benítez: 'Ha sido un honor' © Getty Images La elegante carta de despedida de Rafa Benítez: 'Ha sido un honor'

Rafa Benítez bade farewell to all the Madrid fans and everyone else who has helped him during his seven-month tenure at Real Madrid. By means of a dignified letter of thanks posted on his web page, the Madrid-born coach put his love of the club and his feelings towards all that work there before anything else, showing his appreciation for the experience he has lived through at his most-loved club, and wishing Zinedine Zidane and his team the very best of luck. Here is the letter in its entirety:

"Now, at the end of my time as first team coach of Real Madrid, I would like to use this article to say goodbye to everyone at every level of the club. I want everyone at the club from the Board of Directors, executives, workers and all of the fans, know that it has been an honour and privilege to be in charge at this club where I grew up as a person, player and coach from the lowest categories through to the first team. As a Madridista from Madrid, steeped in the traditions and values of this institution, which I learned in the old Castellana sports city, it has been an honour to work for these colours. I would especially like to thank everyone at the new sports city and the Santiago Bernabéu who since my first steps through the door have supported me and made my work easier. Thanks to all for helping.

With all that I have said still in mind, I would like to wish good luck to Zinedine Zidane, my successor, and his staff. To all the players, coaches and staff at both Valdebebas and the Bernabéu, I wish you all the best and also good luck.

With all my respect and thanks... HALA MADRID and NOTHING ELSE."

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