Deschamps, Guardiola, Zidane nominated for Federation Internationale de Football Association coach of the year award

Deschamps, Guardiola, Zidane nominated for Federation Internationale de Football Association coach of the year award

Deschamps, Guardiola, Zidane nominated for Federation Internationale de Football Association coach of the year award

Klopp led Liverpool to the Champions League final, in which they were ultimately unsuccessful as they slumped 3-1 to Zidane's Real Madrid.

"Took Croatia to their first FIFA World Cup Final".

Portugal global Ronaldo scored 15 goals as Real won the Champions League for a third successive campaign and, following the World Cup, he joined Juventus in an unexpected £99million move. Fans, journalists, national team coaches and national team captains will vote for who they believe was the best coach previous year.

FIFA will host the annual Best Football Awards gala on September 24, in London, where the victor will be announced.

Mohamed Salah's impact on the world stage may have been minor, but his exploits in the Premier League and Champions League for Liverpool made him a certainty for this list. He was named the Best Young Player and became the first teenager to score in a World Cup final since Pele in 1958.

Zidane who has resigned as Madrid coach won the Best coach for 2017 in a gala and award night held in London past year.


Zidane, who resigned after three straight Champions League titles with Real Madrid, is nominated again after winning past year, along with domestic champions Juventus's Massimiliano Allegri, Manchester City's Pep Guardiola and Barcelona's Ernesto Valverde.

The ceremony where all winners will be crowned will take place in London on September 24.

This may all change with Pep Guardiola receiving universal acclaim for the style of football he has instilled in Premier League champions Manchester City, the Spaniard having a real chance of claiming the award this year.

Luka Modrić was chosen among the top 10 nominees for Fifa's "Player of the Year"!

The awards were introduced in 2016 to replace the Fifa Ballon d'Or, which had seen Fifa's World Player of the Year join with France Football's Ballon d'Or award in 2010.

Fans from around the world will now also be able to cast their vote until August 10, with the winners of all the categories announced at FIFA's official awards ceremony in London on September 24.

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