Didier Deschamps is a French World Cup and European Championship winning captain turned manager who is currently in charge of the France national team, while he's previously enjoyed spells at the helm of Marseille, Juventus, and Monaco.
Deschamps jetted into the dugout straight after retiring as a player, taking charge of Monaco with whom he would lead to glory in the Coupe de la Ligue, while the club finished runners-up to Porto in the Champions League.
The Frenchman's next role was in charge of former club Juventus, leading the club back up to Serie A following the infamous match-fixing scandal.
Next up was a return to another former club in Marseille. Deschamps made an instant impact by leading his troops to league and cup glory in his first season in charge.
After three seasons at the club Deschamps became manager of the french national team, who would lose to Germany in the 2014 World Cup quarter-finals.
Didier Deschamps has lifted silverware at every club side he has managed, which is something he'll be bidding to transfer to the international scene with France, who are bidding for glory on home soil at the upcoming 2016 European Championships.