Zinedine Zidane is making history at Real Madrid. The coach only arrived to the bench in January 2016 but he’s been able to change everything so Los Blancos are now the best team in the world. In only 18 months, Zidane won two Champions League, one La Liga, one European Supercup and the FIFA Club World Cup. He’s now the fifth coach in the Real Madrid history with more titles.
The best coach in the history of the club is Miguel Muñoz. He was Real Madrid coach between 1960 and 1974, winning 14 titles for the club. Among them, we can highlight 9 La Liga titles or 2 European Cups -currently Champions League-.
Then we can see Luis Molowny, who trained the team in several periods: 1974, 1977-79, 1982 and 1985-86. In all this time, the coach, who also played for the team between 1946 and 1957, won 8 titles. He lifted 3 La Liga titles, 2 UEFA Cups and 2 Spanish Cups.
The third one is Vicente del Bosque, who lived a successful period between 1999 and 2003. In these years he won two La Liga trophies, two Champions Leagues, one Spanish and one European Supercup and the Intercontinental Cup. José Villalonga (1955-57) is the next of the list, with six titles and two European Cups.
With the same titles as Zinedine Zidane we can see Leo Beenhakker, who trained Los Blancos between 1986-89. He won three leagues, one Spanish Supercup and one Copa del Rey.
Carlo Ancelotti also played a great role in Real Madrid history winning four titles -Champions League, Copa del Rey, European Supercup and FIFA Club World Cup- in only two years. José Mourinho, on the other hand, only won three titles -La Liga, Copa del Rey and Spanish Supercup- in three years.
Hopefully, Zidane’s era is still starting, so the coach should be able to win many more titles, especially with the young and promising squad Florentino is designing.