Talk:Rafael Benítez out as Real Madrid appoints Zidane their new manager

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A general observation. Review is a lot more difficult if some things in the article aren't verifiable from the sources. It's harder, and more stressful, to determine that something isn't in the sources than to determine that it is. --Pi zero (talk) 19:01, 5 January 2016 (UTC)

@Pi zero:
  • As per the BBC source Having won the Champions League at Anfield and the Uefa Cup with Valencia, he won the Coppa Italia in his first season at Napoli, but things soured in his second and final campaign
    Anfield is the name of the ground of Liverpool, which he was the manager. That is verifiable.
  • Under the "Analysis" section of BBC again,The first major criticism of Benitez came following a 1-1 draw with local rivals Atletico Madrid in October.

"But that was nothing compared to the avalanche of abuse endured by Benitez after Barcelona's sensational 4-0 Clasico victory in November.

"That game concluded with loud chants for the former Liverpool manager's dismissal ringing around the Bernabeu after his team were utterly outclassed by their rivals.

"Benitez survived that trauma, but he never really recovered. From that moment, his departure was just a matter of time.

"Every home game since the defeat by Barca was preceded by loud jeers whenever Benitez's name was announced with the team line-ups."
That helps?
14.139.242.195 (talk) 04:00, 6 January 2016 (UTC)

Further, FC Barcelona won the treble, and Real Madrid is in the same country. All the articles of Barcelona winning is there on Wikinews. Still we can't verify it? If still we require, here it is the source, I have commented it in the sources section.
There's helpful information here; thanks. I can also see, from how things here are phrased and how much detail is presented on which points, that I need to write some in-depth remarks clarifying what is wanted to help a reviewer and why; I mean to get this review out of the way before tackling those remarks, though, as they'll likely be tricky to compose. --Pi zero (talk) 11:52, 6 January 2016 (UTC)

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