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Inside the Minds of Football’s Leaders. Retrieved 1 July Ancelotti later stated that he regretted his intransigence, and when he joined Juventus, he abandoned his favoured 4—4—2 in order to accommodate Zinedine Zidane in his preferred advanced playmaking role behind the forwards. Retrieved 4 April La Gazzetta dello Sport.
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Archived from the original on 19 February The Beautiful Games of an Ordinary Geniusreleased yesterday. Real Madrid confirm Ancelotti signing”.
Milan, and was a coach for Reggiana, Parma, Juventus, and A. Gazzetta di Reggio in Italian. Steven Gerrard would be a dream to manage”. Retrieved 9 Caglo He talks about how Ancelotti was a dear friend, in addition to being a coach.
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On 9 AugustAncelotti won his first trophy as Chelsea manager, the Community Shieldbeating Manchester United on penalties, following a 2—2 draw. Carlo Ancelotti has won football’s ultimate prize, the Champions League, a record five times – twice as a player and three times as a manager. In the —02 season, Ancelotti led Milan to qualify for the Champions League once again, as the team managed a fourth-place finish in Serie A,  and also reached semi-finals of the UEFA Cuptheir best ever finish in the competition, losing out to Borussia Dortmund  and also suffered a semi-final elimination in the Coppa Italia to Juventus.
This page was last edited on 29 Decemberat An injury to the meniscus of his right knee, however, prevented him from taking part in the tournament, where Italy ultimately managed a fourth-place finish.
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Retrieved 12 May While still preserving the team’s strong defensive autibiography, Ancelotti converted attacking midfielder Andrea Pirlo to a deep-lying playmaker, which saw him play in a seemingly defensive midfield role in front of the back-line, and behind the team’s advanced playmaker, either Rui Costa or Rivaldo, giving the Italian more time on the ball to orchestrate the team’s attacking moves from deeper areas, or to create goalscoring opportunities for the team’s prolific strikers with his accurate long passing ability; the team’s two playmakers were supported defensively by box-to-box midfielders on either side of them in calo midfield diamond.
Especially if your opponent’s defence is organised and has been paying attention. After leaving Madrid, Ancelotti held talks about a return to Milan, which he rejected, saying, “It was hard to say no to such a beloved club to anfelotti, but I need some rest.
Retrieved 14 August Retrieved 22 March Retrieved 25 April Retrieved 18 May Ancelotti yearns for revenge.
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That year Baggio scored 25 [actually 22] goals — for Bologna! Even if you never had any interest in getting to know more about the Chelsea manager as a man, if you happened to pick up his book you’d probably read it all the way through.
Juve star faces his old AC Milan mentor”. Class player, class manager.