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Zidane's 2nd La Liga Trophy As A Coach - Check All The Coaches That Won La Liga From 1929 Till Date.


Zinedine Zidane joined the "league" of La Liga's Coaches to have won the Spanish league title on more than one occassion. In this "league", you will find the revolutionary Johan Cruyff who won La liga with Barcelona on four occassions in the early 90's, Pep Guadiola the modern "genius" who won it thrice with Barcelona and a certain Miguel Muñoz who won it nine(9) times with Real Madrid.

The last time a Madrid coach won the league twice was in the early 2000's when Vicente Del Bosque won it in 2000/2001 and 2002/2003 season. A feat the self acclaimed "special one" Jose Mourinho could not replicate when he spent three(3) seasons with Real Madrid between 2010/11 to 2012/13 season.


Below is a list of all the coaches who have won La Liga at least once and the club they won it with, from inception(when it started) in 1929 till date 2020.


They are:


1929.

Romà Forns( Barcelona).


1929–30 and 1930-1931.

 Fred Pentland (Athletic Bilbao).


1931–32.

 Lippo Hertzka( Madrid FC).


1932–33.

 Robert Firth (Madrid FC).


1933–34.

Patricio Caicedo (Athletic Bilbao).


1934–35.

 Patrick O'Connell (Real Betis).


1935-1936.

William Garbutt (AthleticBilbao).


1939–40 and 1940-1941.

 Ricardo Zamora (Athletic Aviación).


1941–42.

 Ramón Encinas (Valencia).


1942–43.

 Juan Urquizu (Athletic Bilbao).


1943–44.

 Eduardo Cubells (Valencia).


1944–45.

Josep Samitier (Barcelona).


1945–46.

 Ramón Encinas (Sevilla).


1946–47.

 Luis Pasarín (Valencia).


1947–48 and 1948-1949.

 Enrique Fernández (Barcelona).

1949–50 and 1950-1951.

 Helenio Herrera (Atlético Madrid).


1951–52 and 1953-1954.

 Ferdinand Daučík (Barcelona).


1953–54.

 Enrique Fernández (Real Madrid).


1954–55.

José Villalonga (Real Madrid).


1955–56.

 Ferdinand Daučík (Athletic Bilbao).


1956–57.

 José Villalonga (Real Madrid).


1957–58.

 Luis Carniglia (Real Madrid).


1958–59 and 1959-1960.

 Helenio Herrera (Barcelona).


1960–61, 1961-1962, 1962-1963, 1963-1964 and 1964-1965.

 Miguel Muñoz (Real Madrid).


1965–66.

 Domènec Balmanya (Atlético Madrid).


1966–67, 1967-1968 and 1968-1969.

 Miguel Muñoz (Real Madrid).


1969–70.

 Marcel Domingo (Atlético Madrid).


1970–71.

 Alfredo Di Stéfano (Valencia).


1971–72.

 Miguel Muñoz (Real Madrid).


1972–73.

 Max Merkel (Atlético Madrid).


1973–74.

 Rinus Michels (Barcelona).


1974–75 and 1975-1976.

 Miljan Miljanić (Real Madrid).


1976–77.

 Luis Aragonés (Atlético Madrid).


1977–78 and 1978-1979.

 Luis Molowny (Real Madrid).


1979–80.

 Vujadin Boškov (Real Madrid).


1980–81 and 1981-1982.

 Alberto Ormaetxea (Real Sociedad).


1982–83 and 1983-1984.

 Javier Clemente (Athletic Bilbao).


1984–85.

 Terry Venables (Barcelona).


1985–86.

 Luis Molowny (Real Madrid).


1986–87, 1987-1988 and 1988-1989.

 Leo Beenhakker (Real Madrid).


1989–90.

 John Toshack (Real Madrid).


1990–91, 1991-1992, 1992-1993 and 1993-1994.

 Johan Cruyff (Barcelona).


1994–95.

 Jorge Valdano (Real Madrid).


1995–96.

 Radomir Antić (Atlético Madrid).


1996–97.

 Fabio Capello (Real Madrid).


1997–98 and 1998-1999.

 Louis van Gaal (Barcelona).

1999–00.

 Javier Irureta (Deportivo La Coruña).


2000–01.

 Vicente del Bosque (Real Madrid).


2001–02.

 Rafael Benítez (Valencia).


2002–03.

 Vicente del Bosque (Real Madrid).


2003–04.

 Rafael Benítez (Valencia).

2004–05 and 2005-2006.

Frank Rijkaard (Barcelona).


2006–07.

 Fabio Capello (Real Madrid).


2007–08.

 Bernd Schuster (Real Madrid).


2008–09, 2009-2010 and 2010-2011.

Pep Guardiola (Barcelona).

2011–12.

 José Mourinho (Real Madrid).

2012–13.

Tito Vilanova (Barcelona).


2013–14.

Diego Simeone (Atlético Madrid).

2014–15 and 2015-2016.

Luis Enrique (Barcelona).

2016–17.

 Zinedine Zidane (Real Madrid).


2017–18 and 2018-2019.

 Ernesto Valverde (Barcelona).

2019–20.

 Zinedine Zidane (Real Madrid).


Take note that:

1. Madrid F.C is thesame Real Madrid F.C of today. When the club was founded on 6 March 1902, it was named Madrid Football Club(Madrid F.C). However In 1920, the club's name was changed to Real Madrid after King Alfonso XIII , a reputed football fan, granted the title of real ("royal" in English ) to the club. Although the club failed to attach the title "Real" to their name until the later years.

2: The period between 1936 to 1939 where no record exist was the time when Spain experienced civil war, hence the cancellation of the league.


3. Athletic Aviacion is thesame as today's Athletico Madrid. The slight difference is that in 1939, when La Liga resumed after the Spainish civil war, Athletico Madrid(founded 26th of April 1903) merged with Aviación Nacional of Zaragoza (a new club founded in 1939) to become Athletic Aviación de Madrid. However in 1947, the club switched back to its name; Athletico Madrid.


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