Improvisational style Sergent Zinedine Zidane, recently returned to coaching, barely nine months after exiting one of the most relevant football position at Real Madrid. Zidane left Los Blancos having defied history after winning three unprecedented consecutive champions league trophies, something that no other manager had done in modern football. Zidane led his side to champion league victory in his first season at the dugout, retained the crown in the following campaign and defended it again for the third time before he left Madrid. He, together with Real Madrid’s top scorer of all times Cristiano Ronaldo, his talisman conquered Europe football majestically before both of them having to leave Los Blancos albeit in different circumstances.

Heavy consecutive defeats at the hands of ark rivals, Barcelona and catastrophic early Champions League exit after being beaten by Ajax forced  REAL MADRID board to consider re-appointing the french international. After returning to the dugout, Zidane insisted on reforming the squad by investing in fresh talents in Eden Hazard, Eder Militao, Luca Jovic and Ferland Mendy, a move that looks like it will yield some good results. The Los Blancos are leading domestic league competition having also qualified beyond champions league group stages.