Ranking Football Managers By Playing Career

10. Zinedine Zidane.

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The legendary midfielder’s recent managerial triumph directly elevates him into this list as he aims to be one of the greatest managers to grace the game. As a player, we all know the extraterrestrial abilities of Zidane who is considered as one of the all time greats. He had a fantastic career with Juventus where he won 2 back to back Serie A titles(1996–97, 1997–98) and also the Supercoppa Italiana in 1997. He was also in the squad that won the UEFA Super Cup in 1996.

His sensational €75M move to Real Madrid was marked with more greatness after he won the La Liga in 2002–03, Supercopa de España: 2001 and 2003 and also the 2001-02. He again won the UEFA Super Cup in 2002 with the Spanish giants. One of his biggest titles includes the FIFA World Cup in 1998. UEFA European Football Championship in 2000. Surely, he is one of the best ever as a player, but as far as his managerial career is concerned, he seems to be going on the right path after Real Madrid’s Champions League win last season.

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