The Main Focus Of The New Galacticos: The CL

Rami JContributor IAugust 14, 2009

LANDOVER, MD - AUGUST 09:  Cristiano Ronaldo #9 (L) and Kaka #8 (R) of Real Madrid look on during introductions prior to facing D.C. United at Fed Ex Field on August 9, 2009 in Landover, Maryland. Real Madrid defeated D.C. United 3-0 in the friendly match.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Millions have been flying since early June, and the aim is to surpass the success of their eternal rivals and to quickly forget the shame of 6-2 humble of last April...but what should be the main object of the team?

Here's a look at which championship the mighty multimillion team should focus on...

No team ever dared to go where the new management of Madrid has change a whole team in one summer, and then set the targets to win everything because on paper the individuals they have bought are the best in business.

But how realistic is that?! Can they really win it all and play the magical football that everyone is expecting of them?

Well in my opinion, for the first year it is kinda of a wish more than reality.

To rebuild a team from scratch and then claim they will win it all is just madness, and extremely exaggerated...but to give them the benefit of a doubt is also in place.

Here is what I think what they should be doing.

They should be focusing in the first couple of months on how to be a team...passing, anticipating, knowing each other on and off the pitch. So there main objective has to be the champions league.

They will take some time to click together and that will cost them La Liga—not because they are bad—but because they will need time to be as dangerous as all Madritistas want them and expect them to be.

So in February when the second round of CL is starting they will be strong, magical, and the team who will be in the final of the CL. Lets hope they are realising that from now...and La Liga can wait one more year.

Hala Madrid.