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What Is Next For Carlo Ancelotti???
source Looks like clubs firing their managers in an extreme fashion is whats in vogue lately. Within couple of months ago, we can definitely count about 7+ coaches who were relieved of their duties. Some come in as a shock while the others were expectant. Carlo Ancelotti becomes the latest victim to this sack riot as he parted ways with Napoli on Tuesday night after enormous champions league win over Genk and an advancement to the Round of 16. This is the second time I'm seeing a coach get sacked after winning a game. The other was Massimiliano Riccini who allowed his youth boys win 27-0. No doubt the Italian is a high profiled coach with trophies and achievements at his name but this time, things really fell apart for him. Carlo went Nine games without a win in all competition until his Tuesday victory over Genk. Though he finished in second position last season after he took over from Mauzirio Sarri who left for Chelsea, the point gap between league winners (Juventus) and second placed Napoli was huge (11). This season they lie at the seventh position, far beyond the reach of the title. All hope lies in making top four for next season champions league game. source Last month the manager and Napoli players were in a high-profile dispute with president Aurelio de Laurentiis. De Laurentiis ordered the team to attend a week-long training camp but Ancelotti and his players all returned home. This should be another reason for the untimely sack. The current relationship between Ancelotti, the president De Laurentiis and the club which is based on friendship, mutual esteem and respect looks like it remains unchanged despite sack. The funny part comes in here. Immediately after the victory over Genk, Ancelotti had told reporters he had no intention of resigning from his post. “I’ll see the President [on Wednesday] and we’ll see,” he said, not knowing the plans they've got for him. You never can tell, maybe he was even sacked while the game was going on. Just that there was no public hearing. Was Ancelotti devalued? The Italian man is a fine and decorated coach though sometimes bad moments can make you look odd. source Ancelotti, who won the Premier League and FA Cup Double with Chelsea in 2009-10, has been linked with the vacant managers' jobs at Arsenal and Everton and he is one out of the only three managers who boasts of winning three European Cups/Champions Leagues. The list contains Liverpool legend Bob Paisley and Zinedine Zidane. He won two Champions Leagues with AC Milan and one with Real Madrid, as well as domestic titles with Milan, Chelsea, Paris St-Germain and Bayern Munich. Carlo Ancelotti is the only manager in UCL history to guide a club from each of Europe’s top five leagues to the knock-out stages. Chelsea🏴󠁧󠁢🇫🇴, PSG🇫🇷 , Bayern Munich🇩🇪 , Real Madrid🇪🇸 , AC Milan, Napoli🇮🇹 . Now he’s done it with two Italian clubs💥💥👏🏽. Accolades well deserved. Gennaro Gattuso has been appointed and given the opportunity as head coach following Ancelotti's sack. 41 years old Gattuso led AC Milan to the fifth position in Seria A last season but parted with the club this summer despite having ta years to run in his sea. He equally spent 13 seasons with the club as a player and several of them under Ancelotti. Thanks For Reading...
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stanleyasokingzupdated
What Is Next For Carlo Ancelotti???
source Looks like clubs firing their managers in an extreme fashion is whats in vogue lately. Within couple of months ago, we can definitely count about 7+ coaches who were relieved of their duties. Some come in as a shock while the others were expectant. Carlo Ancelotti becomes the latest victim to this sack riot as he parted ways with Napoli on Tuesday night after enormous champions league win over Genk and an advancement to the Round of 16. This is the second time I'm seeing a coach get sacked after winning a game. The other was Massimiliano Riccini who allowed his youth boys win 27-0. No doubt the Italian is a high profiled coach with trophies and achievements at his name but this time, things really fell apart for him. Carlo went Nine games without a win in all competition until his Tuesday victory over Genk. Though he finished in second position last season after he took over from Mauzirio Sarri who left for Chelsea, the point gap between league winners (Juventus) and second placed Napoli was huge (11). This season they lie at the seventh position, far beyond the reach of the title. All hope lies in making top four for next season champions league game. source Last month the manager and Napoli players were in a high-profile dispute with president Aurelio de Laurentiis. De Laurentiis ordered the team to attend a week-long training camp but Ancelotti and his players all returned home. This should be another reason for the untimely sack. The current relationship between Ancelotti, the president De Laurentiis and the club which is based on friendship, mutual esteem and respect looks like it remains unchanged despite sack. The funny part comes in here. Immediately after the victory over Genk, Ancelotti had told reporters he had no intention of resigning from his post. “I’ll see the President [on Wednesday] and we’ll see,” he said, not knowing the plans they've got for him. You never can tell, maybe he was even sacked while the game was going on. Just that there was no public hearing. Was Ancelotti devalued? The Italian man is a fine and decorated coach though sometimes bad moments can make you look odd. source Ancelotti, who won the Premier League and FA Cup Double with Chelsea in 2009-10, has been linked with the vacant managers' jobs at Arsenal and Everton and he is one out of the only three managers who boasts of winning three European Cups/Champions Leagues. The list contains Liverpool legend Bob Paisley and Zinedine Zidane. He won two Champions Leagues with AC Milan and one with Real Madrid, as well as domestic titles with Milan, Chelsea, Paris St-Germain and Bayern Munich. Carlo Ancelotti is the only manager in UCL history to guide a club from each of Europe’s top five leagues to the knock-out stages. Chelsea🏴󠁧󠁢🇫🇴, PSG🇫🇷 , Bayern Munich🇩🇪 , Real Madrid🇪🇸 , AC Milan, Napoli🇮🇹 . Now he’s done it with two Italian clubs💥💥👏🏽. Accolades well deserved. Gennaro Gattuso has been appointed and given the opportunity as head coach following Ancelotti's sack. 41 years old Gattuso led AC Milan to the fifth position in Seria A last season but parted with the club this summer despite having ta years to run in his sea. He equally spent 13 seasons with the club as a player and several of them under Ancelotti. Thanks For Reading...
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stanleyasokingzupdated
What Is Next For Carlo Ancelotti???
source Looks like clubs firing their managers in an extreme fashion is whats in vogue lately. Within couple of months ago, we can definitely count about 7+ coaches who were relieved of their duties. Some come in as a shock while the others were expectant. Carlo Ancelotti becomes the latest victim to this sack riot as he parted ways with Napoli on Tuesday night after enormous champions league win over Genk and an advancement to the Round of 16. This is the second time I'm seeing a coach get sacked after winning a game. The other was Massimiliano Riccini who allowed his youth boys win 27-0. No doubt the Italian is a high profiled coach with trophies and achievements at his name but this time, things really fell apart for him. Carlo went Nine games without a win in all competition until his Tuesday victory over Genk. Though he finished in second position last season after he took over from Mauzirio Sarri who left for Chelsea, the point gap between league winners (Juventus) and second placed Napoli was huge (11). This season they lie at the seventh position, far beyond the reach of the title. All hope lies in making top four for next season champions league game. source Last month the manager and Napoli players were in a high-profile dispute with president Aurelio de Laurentiis. De Laurentiis ordered the team to attend a week-long training camp but Ancelotti and his players all returned home. This should be another reason for the untimely sack. The current relationship between Ancelotti, the president De Laurentiis and the club which is based on friendship, mutual esteem and respect looks like it remains unchanged despite sack. The funny part comes in here. Immediately after the victory over Genk, Ancelotti had told reporters he had no intention of resigning from his post. “I’ll see the President [on Wednesday] and we’ll see,” he said, not knowing the plans they've got for him. You never can tell, maybe he was even sacked while the game was going on. Just that there was no public hearing. Was Ancelotti devalued? The Italian man is a fine and decorated coach though sometimes bad moments can make you look odd. source Ancelotti, who won the Premier League and FA Cup Double with Chelsea in 2009-10, has been linked with the vacant managers' jobs at Arsenal and Everton and he is one out of the only three managers who boasts of winning three European Cups/Champions Leagues. The list contains Liverpool legend Bob Paisley and Zinedine Zidane. He won two Champions Leagues with AC Milan and one with Real Madrid, as well as domestic titles with Milan, Chelsea, Paris St-Germain and Bayern Munich. Carlo Ancelotti is the only manager in UCL history to guide a club from each of Europe’s top five leagues to the knock-out stages. Chelsea🏴󠁧󠁢🇫🇴, PSG🇫🇷 , Bayern Munich🇩🇪 , Real Madrid🇪🇸 , AC Milan, Napoli🇮🇹 . Now he’s done it with two Italian clubs💥💥👏🏽. Accolades well deserved. Gennaro Gattuso has been appointed and given the opportunity as head coach following Ancelotti's sack. 41 years old Gattuso led AC Milan to the fifth position in Seria A last season but parted with the club this summer despite having ta years to run in his sea. He equally spent 13 seasons with the club as a player and several of them under Ancelotti. Thanks For Reading...
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