Thursday, November 12, 2009

Guti: Foreign Players Don't Understand The Values Of Real Madrid

The veteran midfielder says he likes to party until six in the morning.

Real Madrid veteran Guti has revealed that he believes Los Merengues foreign imports don't understand the values of club and said things are not going well with Florentino Perez at the helm.

The midfielder spoke to Intereconomia TV, in a tell-all interview scheduled to be broadcast on Sunday evening in Spain. He has not featured in a white shirt since his much publicized outburst at coach Manuel Pellegrini during half-time in their 4-0 defeat to Alcorcon a fortnight ago.

"It's a difficult situation for both of us," he said off his relationship with Pellegrini before adding that "things are not going well" at the club under the guidance of Florentino Perez.

"Some foreign players do not understand the values of Real Madrid," he declared.

Guti, currently the subject of increasing speculation about his future at the club will surely find himself closer to the exit door after this interview in which he also admitted that he likes to party until six in the morning.

"I'm a guy who never stops, day and night. I like to enjoy the night with my friends. When I am 60-years-old I won't be going to a discotheque until six in the morning. I am now," he said in the interview with Maria Zabay, according to La Gaceta.


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