Former
World
Play-maker Zinedine Zidane showed little mercy to his opponents
on the field and similarly left everyone behind to annex the 2017
IFFHS Award as The World’s Best Club Coach.

Zidane
had a fantastic season resulting in a record 326 points from 91
football experts around the World, leaving a huge gap to runner-up
Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus 70 points) and third placed Antonio
Conte (Chelsea 66 points).

He
also became the first footballer to win dual crowns of Playmaker and
Coach.

Last
year he was preceded by Diego Simeone with five little points. This
year he has dominated all competitions with his handling of Real
Madrid, winning La Liga, the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Super
Cup and the Spanish Super Copa. 7 titles in two years.

Zidane
is already the third most successful Real Madrid manager with Vicente
Del Bosque.

The
victory in Champions League meant that Real Madrid became the first
team ever to win this competition twice in a row and that Zidane
became the second manager to win the European Cup in his first two
seasons in management along with fellow Real manager José
Villalonga.

After
the FIFA Award, the IFFHS Award constitute the consecration of the
coach Zinedine Zidane!

How
they voted

1
– Zinedine ZIDANE (Real Madrid CF) 326 points
2
– Massimiliano ALLEGRI (FC Juventus) 70 points
3
– Antonio CONTE (Chelsea FC) 66 points
4
– Josep GUARDIOLA (Manchester City FC) 47 points
5
– Leonardo JARDIM (AS Monaco) 46 points
6
– Diego SIMEONE (Club Atlético de Madrid) 33 points
7
– Jose MOURINHO (Manchester United FC) 32 points
8
– Mauricio POCHETTINO (Tottenham Hotspur FC) 26 points
9
– Peter BOSZ (Ajax Amsterdam/Borussia Dortmund) 18 points
10-
Unai EMERY (Paris SG) 13 points
10-
Marcello GALLARDO (CA River Plate) 13 points
12-
Ralph HASENHÜTL (RB Leipzig) 6 points
13-
Jürgen KLOPP (FC Liverpool) 3 points
14-
Carlo ANCELOTTI (FC Bayern München/-) 2 points
15-
Sergio CONCEICAO (FC Nantes/ FC Porto) 1 point

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