Galacticos Legend, Zinedine Zidane has announced his decision to resign from his role as Real Madrid Manager after winning the Champions League in three successive seasons.
Zidane during the press conference said he knew the club needs to keep winning but there must be a change in the man management.
Zidane was under contract until 2020 but called time on his spell in charge after a third place finish in La Liga, behind Barcelona and City rivals Atletico Madrid.
Zidane leaves the club having NEVER lost a European knockout tie. He won 104 of his 149 games in charge and won one La Liga title, one Spanish Super Cup, two UEFA Super Cups and two Club World titles to go with his three Champions League crowns.
That’s a total of nine trophies – an average of a trophy every 16.6 matches.
Not bad, eh?