Football: Zidane scores 50 and dreams of Bleus, “I want to be a coach”

(ANSA) – ROME, JUN 23 – Zinédine Zidane today celebrates fifty years and has clear ideas about his future: “I want to become the coach of France – he declares in a long interview with L’Equipe – I will become, I hope, a day. It would be the closing of a circle that made me experience the greatest emotion as a footballer. “

Meanwhile, in recent weeks, Zizou has been approached several times at Paris Saint-Germain. “Me at PSG? Never say never, especially today, as a coach”, he said teased by the French newspaper. “As a player I had the opportunity to go to practically every club in the world. As a manager, fifty people don’t look for you, maybe two or three”.

In the interview, the former Juventus and Real Madrid star also spoke about the World Cup final in Germany against Italy. It was his last game played in his career, marked by the spoon to former teammate Gianluigi Buffon, but above all by the header to Marco Materazzi. “That day I was fragile. I knew that my mother was not well – reveals the 1998 Ballon d’Or -. Nothing serious, but I was worried. My sister was with her” and Materazzi “said something about her” . “On the pitch – continues Zidane – there are often insults, we talk badly, but usually nothing happens. That day, on the other hand, what happened happened. I’m not proud of what I did, but I accept it. a moment of fragility is when you risk making mistakes … “. (HANDLE).

Source: Ansa

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