Local bookies and price per head services were glad to learn that Iker Casillas wants his big mistakes to be a thing of the past as Real Madrid get ready for the new season.
Casillas, who became a legend with pay per head services for his skills at the goalpost, impressed local bookies all over the world while playing with both Real and Spain – winning two European Championships, three UEFA Champions League titles, five La Liga crowns, and 2010’s World Cup.
After the player had a steady place with Real at the goalpost for a very long time, price per head services saw that last season the 33-year-old was only used in cup competitions, and Diego Lopez took his place for La Liga matches.
Pay per head services could see that Casillas was not in his best form due to that, as he made a very infamous mistake that let Atletico Madrid score in the final of the Champions League and win, besides other big mistakes at goal as Spain’s World Cup defense came to an end at the group stage with an exit that local bookies saw proved to be very disappointing.
And Casillas did admit that towards the end of last season, his standards were not nearly as high – something that local bookies fully agree with.
“I haven’t been at my best in the last few games for Real Madrid and Spain, but I have analysed and learned from them,” he said.
“I have been through worse moments in my career. You go through good moments and bad moments. Everything is temporary. I have not been at the level I was when maybe people became spoiled.
“You have to grin and bear it and face up to situations like this. I have always done so and I am not going to hide now.
“I understand that when you play for Real Madrid you are always being watched and your name is talked about when things are good and when they are bad.
“Luckily, in my case it has almost always been when things are good.
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“I don’t feel targeted. The club has treated me very well, I have no complaints. I want to push myself even harder than last year.”