Zinedine Zidane has beenas the world’s best manager.
The 48-year-old, in his first spell at Real Madrid, won a La Liga title, three Champions Leagues, two UEFA Super Cups, two Club World Cups and a Spanish Super Cup before he surprisingly left the club in 2018.
Within just ten months, however, he was re-appointed and went on to win another La Liga title and another Super Cup this season to continue his remarkable record with Madrid.
He was awarded this prestigious title by French newspaper L’Equipe, beating Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola to the title. For their remarkable achievements, Klopp and Guardiola join Zidane in the top three.
However, there was no room for Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho, described by L’Equipe as having a “fading image and magic.”
They wrote on Zidane: “He’s a coach who’s only experienced one club, and quite hardly ever defeat.
“A coach who did what none of his predecessors did, won three Champions Leagues in a row (2016, 2017, 2018), who was able to return to the footsteps of his own glory and question everything with Real Madrid last month to become new Spanish champions.”