Real Madrid is one of the biggest and most successful clubs in the world, they were even crowned as the best football club of the 20th century. To maintain this status, Real Madrid buys the best players around the world, they also get the best coaches to oversee and manage them.
Unless a manager is a Real Madrid rival, coaching Real Madrid is a dream of most managers. When Rafa Benitez took charge of Real Madrid, he shed tears at his unveiling. This shows that managing Real Madrid is a big and fulfilling appointment.
While some people dream of coaching Real Madrid for once, some people have coached the club on two different spells.
1. Zinedine Zidane.
Zizou made history in Real Madrid as a player and coach, he worked hard to win trophies for the club and individual awards for himself. He retired in 2006 and started his coaching career with Real Madrid Castilla in 2014.
In 2016, he became the coach of Real Madrid and was there between 2016-2018. The club wasn't performing excellently after his exit, and he was called back in 2019 to lead the club till 2021.
2. Fabio Capello
Capello is one of the most decorated players and managers. He first coached Real Madrid between 1996-1997, he then coached the club between 2006-2007. He won 2 La Liga titles in the club.
3. Vicente Del Bosque
Vicente Del Bosque won the Champions League and the World Cup, it was with Real Madrid that he won the Champions League in 2000 and 2002. He was also the coach of Real Madrid for a short time in 1996, he also took charge of Los Blancos between 1999-2003.
4. Carlo Ancelotti.
Ancelotti is in his second spell as Real Madrid manager, he is the current manager of the club. He was the first manager between 2013-2015, and he won the La Decima for them.
It is good to be a good employee, you can be called back at any time if you had a good relationship with your employers.
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