Real Madrid announce plans to become world’s first manager-less club by 2018/19 season

Robots' cold eyes, Perez said, betray their capacity for warmth. (Photo: Angel Martinez/Real Madrid via Getty Images)

Robots’ cold eyes, Perez said, betray their capacity for warmth. (Photo: Angel Martinez/Real Madrid/Getty Images)

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez today unveiled plans for the club to become the first in the world to operate without a human manager from the beginning of the 2018/19 season onwards.

In a press conference at the club’s Bernabeu stadium, Perez said that plans were well underway for the club to be fully capable of competing in all competitions without a manager of any kind within the next three years.

Perez stated that since his return to the club as president in 2009, he had become increasingly perturbed by man’s fallible nature and the disobedience with which his cohorts would display free will. “A manager-less club is a more harmonious club,” said the former civil engineer, politician and businessman.

“A club without a human manager is closer to God,” Perez opined as the press conference took a peculiar turn.

“Men are too headstrong, their coarse blood dilutes their sensibilities,” he added. “Robots however are loyal. They do not look at you as an obstacle or a boss, but as a master, a life giver or yes, even a father.”

Perez stated that further plans would be released towards the end of the season.

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