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I Miss Coaching –Zidane

I Miss Coaching  –Zidane

Former Real Madrid legend, Zinedine Zidane has revealed that he missed coaching so much.

In a chat with Carre, he also spoke at length about his relationship with Marseille.

“Now I’m busy in another way,” he told Carre. “Sometimes I miss everyday life. Even if everyday life as a coach is ‘hot’.

 

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“I took a break which has become a great break. I miss it from time to time.”

“For me, Marseille is the capital of football and also of sport. La Castellane? Many athletes have come from this neighbourhood. That’s why we I would like to see more Marseille players at OM, coming from the neighbourhoods.”

On the regret of never having worn the OM shirt, he said: “It happened like this, it wasn’t me, but Marseille and the club are always in my heart. From the age of 11 to 14 I was at the Vélodrome stadium. I went to the virage north and I would get under the board. In any case, no one will take it away from me.”


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  • Gen. JohnB (Field Marshal) 2 weeks ago

    Ehn come coach our Super Eagles na chairman.. After all, despite all the “France” façade, you are still an African like the rest of us Mr ore.

    Biko, come take de Super Eagles of Nigeria job abeg, even short term, make we take your experience carry go show them woto woto for AFCON quietly my guy.

    Oya let’s goo Zizou..Up Nigeria!!

  • Gen. JohnB (Field Marshal) 2 weeks ago

    Sorry O, abi na for World Cup ni self?..Whichever one comes first o jare lool! And if you want, we fit make am to both the WC and AFCON together my guy – no wahala involved

    OYa Zizou let’s gooo!

  • pompei 2 weeks ago

    France is an excellent example of a country that relies heavily on immigrants to achieve success in football.
    Their 1998 and 2018 world cup winning sides were largely comprised of foreigners.
    Some have joked that Africa has generously donated 2 world cups to France.
    If their national team was only comprised of “home based” or “white French” players, dem for no fit win even toothpick, talk less of a trophy.
    France is ready to play an all black, or all foreigner first eleven. Dem no send. All they need is results.

  • Gen. JohnB (Field Marshal) 2 weeks ago

    True – and that is a very good example of a system based purely on merit and excellence, not thievery, bribery, corruption, stealing, lying, tribalism, nepotism, mediocracy, ineptitude, “big manism” low or complete lack of intelligence, belligerence etc etc etc…the list is as long as day is from night!

    But back to France – in fact there was a time their team could have been a bona fide African team – every player apart from maybe the goalkeeper then was of African descent. Currently, there is only a maximum of 3 maybe 4 players not of direct African descent in their first 11 – which means only about 30% of the current whole team isn’t African, and I for one have absolutely no wahala with it,

    The problem with Nigeria is very baffling! It is impossible for me to understand how to describe a people who are profoundly against progress, and development and excellence and merit, even the fact that they have children also does not seem to be enough to motivate them to do something better for the future prosperity of their own children talk less of other people’s children, I mean it is completely baffling what kind of humans are ruling Nigeria and the even more baffling thing is that even when the current imbeciles are gone, the subsequent ones will only continue the stealing and looting even when there is nothing left to steal and loot, they will still continue aspiring to it! Complete and absolute mindlessness!

    • pompei 1 week ago

      Hahaha, Profoundly Against Progress.
      Sounds like a bizarre political party slogan.
      NFF ONIGBESE is a bonafide member!

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