French football legend Zinedine Zidane has confirmed he has the “torch” to continue his coaching career, despite not being in the game for a year after leaving European and Spanish champions Real Madrid.
Zidane left Real Madrid of his own free will, ending his second stint with the Royals at the end of the 2020-2021 season, winning 3 consecutive Champions League titles in his first season, knowing he had won 11 titles during his tenure. With real.
News reports say Zidane has since taken over the leadership of several teams, including France, where he topped the list of candidates after Argentina’s Mauricio Pochettino in training with the French team Paris Saint-Germain. This general is the successor to the coach of the French national team Didier Deschamps after the World Cup in Qatar.
As the chances of Saint-Germain Nice coach Christophe Caldier taking on the technical leadership role of the French capital team increase, it looks like Zidane will continue to step away from the round witch.
But the talented player, who led France to the World Cup title in 1998, hopes to return to training without jumping straight into any available job.
“I want to continue (training), I’m still carrying this torch, my passion for football, but I’m happy now, that’s the most important thing,” Zidane, 50, said on the French program “Telefoot”.
Zidane talked about “getting” Italy’s Marco Madrasi during the two-team match at the 2006 World Cup final in Germany, which ended in a penalty shoot-out for winning the World Cup. Cup for the fourth time in history.
Zidane confirmed his rejection of the head-butting, saying, “I’m not proud of what I did, but it was part of my journey, even in a person’s life.
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