Simeone says he needed to think after heartbreaking CL defeats

Diego Simeone stresses he never said he was leaving Atletico Madrid after the Champions League Final yet 'required time to think.' Cholo seemed to scrutinize his future at Vicente Calderon taking after a second annihilation in three years to Real Madrid in the masterpiece, however has told a meeting that he would have thought that it was difficult to stop Los Colchoneros. "I never said I was clearing out. I said I expected to think, and that can be a considerable measure of circumstances. For instance, the vitality with which I need to present myself before the same fellows who for four-and-a-half years have their lives for me. I need to drive them to request the most extreme to contend again subsequent to losing two finals. That is difficult," he told Espacio Reservado, AS reports. "Individuals are hesitant to utilize "disappointment" however it is synonymous with not accomplishing your objective. Potentially, it's a solid word, however that is the truth of what I felt. Achieving a last for the second time, with the exertion of many individuals and a great deal of work and losing for the second time was a hard blow. "When you say it's water under the extension, it's a falsehood. That hasn't transpired. Losing those two finals will be with me forever. No other last will make up for those two annihilations. When I said I needed to think I was alluding to how to manage proceeding at Atletico. I couldn't have left gently."