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Although Iker Casillas didn't enjoy an ending befitting his Real Madrid status,្្maxbet  he believes that it would have been soured even further if he had remained for longer.The goalkeeper had harboured hopes of finishing his career at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu after breaking through in 1999 and becoming a mainstay.But losing his place and disputes with coaches ultimately led to him joining Porto in 2015.He claimed that he had been forced out by president Florentino Perez, which led to him reflecting on both the start and end of his time with Los Blancos."If I had continued at Real Madrid, then I would have had a worse ending than I did have," he told Universo Valdano channel Vamos."I still remember my debut and sharing a room with Fernando Hierro, and he left me alone in the room, maxbet  instead of supporting an 18-year-old boy."I could have been better [in the game] but debuting at San Mames at the age of 18 wasn't easy."That [the Novena triumph] was a tough season but was a turning point for me as I played well for much of the season and with assurance, but in the last three months Vicente del Bosque began to put more trust in Cesar."I even contemplated leaving because I wasn't playing and I wanted to continue my development but then we won the Champions League."I couldn't stop crying. I just exploded into tears and the king pinched my cheeks but I couldn't contain myself."One aspect of life at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu that he has confessed that he didn't enjoy was when the Clasico rivalry was ramped up to extreme levels."That was crazy. It started to take off to that Madridismo level that I never liked," he added."It seemed like there was a political war between Catalonia and Spain."I'm a Madridista I always want Madrid to win but I'm not going to go to that extreme."Another tetchy aspect of his time at Real was his much publicised difficult relationship with coach Jose Mourinho and he has attempted to shed some light on the situation, with the benefit of hindsight. maxbet