Zinedine Zidane is Back To Coach Real MadridBy Menzilla | March 12, 2019
Zinedine Zidane has made an unexpected come back to mentor Real Madrid after he left the Spanish giants.
The Frenchman guided Real to three back-to-back Champions League trophies amid his first spell in control at the Bernabeu, yet then ventured down in May 2018. Zidane replaced his previous partner Santiago Solari, who became Real’s mentor after Julen Lopetegui. He became Real Madrid’s mentor in January 2016 and almost won during the Champions League later that season.
Two progressively European titles were won before he suddenly left in May 2018. No group had won three Champions League or European Cups in progression since Bayern Munich somewhere in the range of 1973 and 1975.
After reporting his flight, Zidane said the group required “a change after three years, another voice, another method of working.”
As a well-known figure among Real’s star players, Zidane lost only multiple times in his 149 games. He additionally found a trophy out of each 16 diversions, with Real getting two UEFA Supercups, two FIFA Club World Cups, a La Liga title, and a Spanish Supercup.
Zidane will take over Real to make sure that the team will enter the Champions League next season.