Managers

It’s Only Taken 29 Months, But Zinedine Zidane Has No Equal On The Touchline

Well, Zinedine Zidane went and did it again. Despite everyone constantly doubting his managerial credentials and tactical know-how, Zidane won his third straight UEFA Champions League title on Saturday, becoming the first manager to win the European Cup three times in a row.

Zidane now officially stands alone as the greatest “rookie” manager ever — meaning the Frenchman’s success in his first-ever major coaching role has been unrivaled throughout history. 

Zidane vs. Klopp: A Tactical Preview Of The Champions League Final

Liverpool and Real Madrid are gearing up to do battle in what promises to be an epic Champions League final. Liverpool have played some incredibly entertaining football in their victories in the knockout stages, while Real Madrid have had to tough it out against Juventus and Bayern Munich in the quarterfinals and semifinals.

The focus has inevitably been on the players who will take the pitch in Kiev, but about the two gaffers? 

Unai Emery Goes Full Arsenal, Announces Himself As Arsenal Manager

Reports were swirling that Unai Emery would be the next manager of Arsenal football club, replacing Arsene Wenger after his 22-year stint with the Gunners. Those reports said Arsenal would introduce him later this week, but Unai didn’t have time for that and wanted to show Arsenal fans that he is indeed a strong manager that can lead them to the promised land. 

The former PSG and Sevilla manager announced himself as manager on his website today.

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