Despite this fact, Zinedine Zidane is left in the background, ignored under a cloud of confetti.

Zinedine Zidane is left in the background

The season has come to an end, and fiction is again above reality. Sevilla may win the Europa League, but so far, Real Madrid are the only Spanish side to win a trophy this season – and they have done so twice. Despite this fact, Zinedine Zidane is left in the background, ignored under a cloud of confetti. Meanwhile, other managers are looking at their failures as they are protected by their armies of students, those who have been defeated by the speeches of these coaches. When Zidane doesn’t speak much Spanish or even speaks French, he is sometimes overlooked. Instead, Zidane is described as more than a selector, manager, or poster boy. At the same time, Pep Guardiola is hailed as something close to the inventor of football, even as he continues to fail in the main competition.

At the same time as Diego Simeone is hiding behind his self-help guide while earning €22 million a year and spending €127 million on signatures that he barely uses. I believe that Zidane, whom no one writes about, lets out a half-smile as he watches this circus goes on. He claimed two titles in 2019/20, but they don’t seem to count, given that Spanish football is said to have failed in the Champions League. In outline. Since Zidane claims a new trophy every 19 matches he coaches. He breathes and looks forward to 2020/21, knowing that the knives will be behind him after just a couple of draws.