Football biographies similar to or like Zinedine Zidane

French former professional football player who played as an attacking midfielder. Wikipedia

  • Thierry Henry

    French professional football coach and former player who is currently the manager of Major League Soccer club Montreal Impact. International call-up in 1998, after which he signed for defending Serie A champions Juventus. Wikipedia

  • Roberto Baggio

    Italian former professional footballer who mainly played as a second striker, or as an attacking midfielder, although he was capable of playing in several offensive positions. Former president of the technical sector of the Italian Football Federation . Wikipedia

  • Gianluigi Buffon

    Italian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for club Juventus. Widely regarded by players, pundits and managers as one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time, and, by some, as the greatest ever. Wikipedia

  • David Trezeguet

    French former footballer who played as a striker. Trezeguet began his career in Argentina with Club Atlético Platense at the age of eight, progressing through their youth system to their first team, where he made his debut in the Primera División in 1994. Wikipedia

  • Luís Figo

    Portuguese retired professional footballer who played as a midfielder for Sporting CP, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Inter Milan before retiring on 31 May 2009. He won 127 caps for the Portugal national team, a record at the time but later broken by Cristiano Ronaldo. Wikipedia

  • Marcel Desailly

    French former professional footballer who played as a centre back or defensive midfielder. During a successful career at club level, lasting from 1986 to 2006, Desailly won several titles, including UEFA Champions League medals with both Marseille and A.C. Milan, and also played for Nantes and Chelsea, among others teams. Wikipedia

  • Francesco Totti

    Italian former professional footballer who played for Roma and the Italy national team primarily as an attacking midfielder or second striker, but could also play as a lone striker or winger. Often referred to as Er Bimbo de Oro , L'Ottavo Re di Roma (The Eighth King of Rome), Er Pupone (The Big Baby), Il Capitano (The Captain), and Il Gladiatore (The Gladiator) by the Italian sports media. Wikipedia

  • Ronaldo (Brazilian footballer)

    Brazilian retired professional footballer who played as a striker. Widely considered one of the greatest football players of all time. Wikipedia

  • Christian Vieri

    Italian former professional footballer who played as a centre forward. Named in the FIFA 100, a list of the 125 greatest living footballers selected by Pelé as a part of FIFA's centenary celebrations. Wikipedia

  • Patrick Vieira

    French professional football head coach and former player. Manager of Nice. Wikipedia

  • Ronaldinho

    Brazilian former professional footballer and ambassador for Barcelona. Attacking midfielder, but was also deployed as a forward or a winger. Wikipedia

  • Michel Platini

    French former football player, manager and administrator. Banned from football, over ethics violations. Wikipedia

  • Claude Makélélé

    French football manager and former professional player who played as a defensive midfielder. Currently a youth coach and technical mentor at Chelsea, having formerly been the head coach of Belgian First Division A club Eupen. Wikipedia

  • Raúl (footballer)

    Spanish football manager and former player who played as a striker. Current manager of Real Madrid Castilla. Wikipedia

  • Laurent Blanc

    French professional football manager and former player. Most recently the manager of Paris Saint-Germain. Wikipedia

  • Paolo Maldini

    Italian former professional footballer who played as a left back and central defender for A.C. Milan and the Italy national team, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest ever defenders, and as one of the greatest players of all time. Considered a leader by fellow footballers, leading to the nickname "Il Capitano" . Wikipedia

  • Didier Deschamps

    French retired footballer who has been manager of the France national team since 2012. He played as a defensive midfielder for several clubs, in France, Italy, England and Spain, such as Marseille, Juventus, Chelsea and Valencia, as well as Nantes and Bordeaux. Wikipedia

  • Lilian Thuram

    French retired professional football defender and the most capped player in the history of the France national team with 142 appearances between 1994 and 2008. Thuram played at the top flight in France, Italy and Spain for over 15 seasons, including ten in Serie A with both Parma and Juventus. Wikipedia

  • Fabio Cannavaro

    Italian former professional footballer and current manager of Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande. He spent the majority of his career in Italy. Wikipedia

  • Youri Djorkaeff

    French former professional footballer who played as an attacking midfielder and a forward. With the French national team, Djorkaeff won the 1998 FIFA World Cup and Euro 2000. Wikipedia

  • Yoann Gourcuff

    French professional footballer who is a free agent. Attacking midfielder, but can also be utilized as a withdrawn striker and is described as a "playmaker of real quality" who " is an accomplished passer of the ball". Wikipedia

  • Alessandro Del Piero

    Italian former professional footballer who mainly played as a deep-lying forward, although he was capable of playing in several offensive positions. Since 2015, he has worked as a pundit for Sky Sport Italia. Wikipedia

  • Hristo Stoichkov

    Bulgarian former footballer who is currently a football commentator for Univision Deportes. Regarded as one of the best players of his generation and is widely considered the greatest Bulgarian footballer of all time. Wikipedia

  • Roberto Carlos

    Brazilian retired professional footballer who now works as a football ambassador. He started his career in Brazil as a forward but spent most of his career as a left back and has been described as the "most offensive-minded left-back in the history of the game". Wikipedia

  • Antoine Griezmann

    French professional footballer who plays as a forward for Spanish club Barcelona and the French national team. Born and raised in Mâcon, Griezmann began his senior career as a member of Spanish side Real Sociedad in 2009, with whom he won the Segunda División title in his first season, departing five seasons later to join Atlético Madrid for a then-club record €30 million. Wikipedia

  • Michael Laudrup

    Danish professional football coach and former player. Regarded as one of the greatest players of his generation. Wikipedia

  • Eden Hazard

    Belgian professional footballer who plays as a winger or attacking midfielder for Spanish club Real Madrid and captains the Belgium national team. Known for his creativity, speed, acceleration, dribbling and passing. Wikipedia

  • Paul Pogba

    French professional footballer who plays for club Manchester United and the French national team. Attacking midfielder, defensive midfielder, and deep-lying playmaker. Wikipedia

  • Kaká

    Brazilian retired professional footballer who played as an attacking midfielder. Elite playmaker, Kaká is widely considered one of the best players of his generation. Wikipedia

  • Robert Pires

    French football coach and former professional player. Pires played for French clubs Metz and Marseille prior to his time with Arsenal, where he won two FA Cups and two Premier League titles including the club's unbeaten season of 2003–04. Wikipedia

Sentences

Sentences forZinedine Zidane

  • Real Madrid brought back the La Liga title under the management of Zinedine Zidane in 2016–17, but Barcelona won the title again in the 2017–18 season, as well as winning their eighth double, for a total of 7 La Liga titles in 10 years.La Liga-Wikipedia
  • The starting line up without Ronaldo was released to a shocked world media, but after pleading that he felt fine and requested to play, Ronaldo was reinstated by the coach, before giving a below par performance as France, led by Zidane won 3–0.Brazil national football team-Wikipedia
  • The sale of Zinedine Zidane from Juventus to Real Madrid of Spain in 2001 was the world football transfer record at the time, costing the Spanish club around €77.5 million (150 billion lire).Juventus F.C.-Wikipedia
  • France played Italy in the final and, in part down to controversial disruptions in extra time that lead to captain Zinedine Zidane being sent off, failed to find a winning goal, Italy winning 5–3 on penalties to be crowned World Cup champions.France national football team-Wikipedia
  • By that time, star midfielder Zinedine Zidane, who played for the Bianconeri in the 1998 final, had moved from Turin to Madrid in a world record €77 million deal.Real Madrid CF-Wikipedia
  • The investment potential of the club's new backers resulted in a number of wildly speculative storylines in the football press throughout the 2007–08 season, including rumoured signings of former World Player of the Year winners Luís Figo and Zinedine Zidane, the latter as a possible manager.Queens Park Rangers F.C.-Wikipedia

This will create an email alert.  Stay up to date on result for: Zinedine Zidane