The 30 greatest players turned coaches

[post_page_title]Mario Zagallo[/post_page_title]
In 1970, Mario Zagallo became the first person ever to win the World Cup as both a player and a coach. Zagallo won two Cups as a player, in 1958 when he scored a goal that helped Brazil win it all, and then did it again in 1962. Then, eight years later, Zagallo returned to the World Cup as a coach, leading a team that is considered one of the greatest ever and wreaked havoc on the tournament. He made it to the World Cup finals once more in 1998 and was an assistant for the 1994 squad. Zagallo himself has made more World Cup appearances than many countries.

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