He’s the man of the moment. Zinedine Zidane takes charge at Real Madrid, becoming the youngest manager in twenty years, the latest chapter in an extraordinary career. From World Cup glory to infamy, Champions League wonder goals, to documentaries, Zizou is a legend of the game.
The artistry and genius of the great Zizou was captured in one piece of skill from Euro 2000, writes Luke Constable from the brilliantly named Ruud Gullit Sitting on a Shed.
The French master turns 43 today. From World Cup glory to infamy, Champions League wonder goals, to documentaries, Zizou is a legend of the game.
On this day in 2002, Zinedine Zidane produced this incredible volley against Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League final to give Real Madrid their ninth European Cup. Is this the best goal in finals’ history?
As part of Adidas’ Predator Instinct campaign, Zinedine Zidane headlined the first ever football tournament held at the Arles Amphitheatre in the South of France, the culmination of the Underground Football Tournament, a competition dedicated to teams coming from creative backgrounds.
Zinedine Zidane could be named Carlo Ancelotti’s successor at Real Madrid in 2016 when the Italian’s contract expires, according to media reports.
Young goalkeeper Luca Zidane, one of four sons of Zinedine in the Real Madrid academy, produced a string of saves to earn the man-of-the match award in last weekend’s Alkass Cup game with Manchester City.