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Zidane is 11th coach in Real Madrid history to take charge of the club more than 1 time: Who are the rest?

Zinedine Zidane will coach Real Madrid for the second time during his comparably short career of manager.

Frenchman, who has won 3 consecutive Champions League titles in 2016, 2017 and 2018, has replaced Santiago Solari. Zidane has signed contract until 2022.

Zizou, however, is not the only coach to take charge of Los Blancos more than 1 time. During club’s history, 11 coaches have had the same experience as 46-year-old Frenchman.

1.Jacinto Quincoces (2 times)

Jacinto Quincoces (left)

May 1945 – March 1946

Statistics: Matches – 35, Wins – 18, Draws – 10, Losses – 7

April 1947 – January 1948

Statistics: Matches – 17, Wins – 5, Draws – 4, Losses – 8

Number of trophies – 1

2.Baltasar Albeniz (2 times)

March 1946 – April 1947

Statistics: Matches – 35, Wins – 18, Draws – 5, Losses – 12

October 1950 – March 1951

Statistics: Matches – 16, Wins – 7, Draws – 2, Losses – 7

Number of trophies – 1

3.Luis Carniglia (Argentina, 2 times)

June 1957 – February 1959

Statistics: Matches – 68, Wins – 48, Draws – 11, Losses – 9

April 1959 – July 1959

Statistics: Matches – 13, Wins – 8, Draws – 1, Losses – 4

Number of trophies – 3

4.Miguel Munoz (Spain, 2 times)

February 1959 – April 1959

Statistics: Matches – 9, Wins – 5, Draws – 2, Losses – 2

April 1960 – January 1974

Statistics: Matches – 595, Wins – 352, Draws – 126, Losses – 117

Number of trophies – 14

5.Luis Molowny (Spain, 4 times)

January 1974 – May 1974

Statistics: Matches – 23, Wins – 13, Draws – 2, Losses – 8

September 1977 – June 1979

Statistics: Matches – 90, Wins – 51, Draws – 24, Losses – 15

March 1982 – June 1982

Statistics: Matches – 6, Wins – 4, Draws – 1, Losses – 1

April 1985 – June 1986

Statistics: Matches – 61, Wins – 39, Draws – 7, Losses – 15

Number of trophies – 8

6.Alfredo Di Stefano (Argentina, 2 times)

July 1982 – May 1984

Statistics: Matches – 108, Wins – 63, Draws – 23, Losses – 22

November 1990 – March 1991

Statistics: Matches – 21, Wins – 9, Draws – 3, Losses – 9

Number of trophies – 1

7.Leo Beenhakker (Netherlands, 2 times)

July 1986 – June 1989

Statistics: Matches – 169, Wins – 107, Draws – 40, Losses – 22

January 1992 – June 1992

Statistics: Matches – 28, Wins – 14, Draws – 7, Losses – 7

Number of trophies – 6

8.John Toshack (Wales, 2 times)

July 1989 – November 1990

Statistics: Matches – 64, Wins – 41, Draws – 15, Losses – 8

February 1999 – November 1999

Statistics: Matches – 37, Wins – 19, Draws – 9, Losses – 9

Number of trophies – 1

9.Vicente Del Bosque (Spain, 2 times)

March 1994 – June 1994

Statistics: Matches – 11, Wins – 5, Draws – 1, Losses – 5

November 1999 – June 2003

Statistics: Matches – 233, Wins – 127, Draws – 56, Losses – 50

*January 1996 (not counted, as he was on charge of the club only for 1 match)

Statistics: Matches – 1, Wins – 1, Draws – 0, Losses – 0

Number of trophies – 7

10.Fabio Capello (Italy, 2 times)

July 1996 – June 1997

Statistics: Matches – 48, Wins – 31, Draws – 12, Losses – 5

July 2006 – June 2007

Statistics: Matches – 50, Wins – 28, Draws – 12, Losses – 10

Number of trophies – 2

11.Zinedine Zidane (France, 2 times)

January 2016 – May 2018

Statistics: Matches – 149, Wins – 104, Draws – 29, Losses – 16

2019 – present

Number of trophies – 9

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