L'Equipe newspaper France recently announced the rankings of the best coach in the contemporary world. Jürgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola, the new king and runners Premiership last season in the top 3, but both must stand behind Zinedine Zidane, who was L'Equipe selected as the best coach in the world.
L'Equipe appreciate coach compatriot Zidane
Zidane led Real Madrid to the La Liga 2019/20 championship earlier this month, surpassing the Barca team ranked over and over 2 points before the season back on May 6. Looking ahead, Real will travel to difficulties before Man City in the return leg of the Champions League this season 1/8. Despite her defeat in the first leg of Pep, but L'Equipe still think Zidane on account strategist Spaniards.
L'Equipe wrote: "the new Zidane spent only one club in the coaching career and rarely lost. He used to do without a predecessor can be reached, which is 3 times in succession to the throne in the Champions League (2016, 2017, 2018). Last month, he and Real Madrid rediscover winning habit to become the new champion of Spanish football.
Guardiola owns strengths other, philosophy, research, virtuosity of play collectively, stability (198 points in two seasons from 2017 to 2019), but he is not complete, with the right put the players attack or in midfield to defense responsibility ".
L'Equipe said the success and reputation of Klopp in bringing about national championship first for Liverpool after 30 years, described him "with gu Dress" and "beloved". But the newspaper also pointed out that Klopp won just one in three Champions League finals, compared with achievements "unprecedented" by Zidane. Should know, Zidane beat C1 Klopp in the finals in 2018, a year before the Kop throne in 2019.
Meanwhile, Mourinho has not received a lot of praise. He was considered the "lower of" Tottenham with "image and capacity faint", and expressed "backward" compared with Klopp and Guardiola. "At Tottenham, he was still effective in negotiations, still stayed in the press conference, still dull in the game, but a million miles away from his own than before."
Known as often peak performance coach in the second season, L'Equipe said that Mourinho is in a key stage in his career at Spurs.