Two men have won the FIFA World Cup™ both as a player and coach - Brazil's Mario Zagallo and West Germany's Franz Beckenbauer.
Zagallo, an inside forward/left winger, twice picked up the Jules Rimet trophy as a player - in 1958 and 1962. He went on to guide his country to FIFA World Cup glory in 1970 and was also the assistant to Carlos Alberto Parreira during Brazil's triumphant 1994 campaign in the United States.
Beckenbauer joined Zagallo in this exclusive club 20 years ago when he coached West Germany to victory at Italy 1990. 'Der Kaiser', who started out as a midfielder before making his name as a defender, previously won the competition as a player in 1974 when West Germany prevailed on home soil, beating the Netherlands 2-1 in the Final.