Sacked after dragging his spineless Spurs side down into the Premier League relegation mire, Juande Ramos is back having just landed one of the biggest jobs in world football.
Seconds after ruthless Real Madrid announced they had axed coach Bernd Schuster at a Tuesday afternoon news conference, beaming former Seville boss Ramos strolled into the hottest hotseat in European club football.
His first league match in charge of the Spanish champions? Runaway La Liga leaders Barcelona at the Nou Camp.
"We have to confront every game with the will to win," Ramos told the gleeful press. "This is every coach's dream."
That first comment, of course, came in light of the ill-fated declaration from Schuster - "right now it's not possible to win at the Nou Camp" - which ensured the German fell on his sword.
Fifth-placed Madrid sit nine points behind arch-rivals Barcelona and a win for the Catalans this weekend could put them out of Real's sight for this season...
Can Ramos prevent that from happening?
And, looking towards the rest of the season (that is how long his initial contrast lasts), is Ramos the right man for Real Madrid? Can he make them a feared force in the Champions League again?
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