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About Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti is appointed as the new football manager for the Chelsea Football club in May/June 2009. Media sources say his salary is at £6.5 million, or $10.63 million, a year for three years. He became the sixth coach hired by Chelsea since the London club was purchased six years ago by Roman Abramovich.

Carlo Ancelotti Timeline

  • February 21, 2011: Carlo Ancelotti says he has no intention to quit Chelsea.
  • February 12, 2011: Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti gives up hope to retain the Premier League title.

Professional Biography

As Chelsea Football Club Manager

In March 2010, he admitted coming under immense pressure following the Champions League failure. He said he believes that the defeat would act as a motivational factor for his team to win the Premier League title.

Carlo Ancelotti in News

Carlo Ancelotti fends off questions about his future
Real Madrid loses to Juventus 3-2 on aggregate in Champions League semi-finals

Ancelotti says England 'did nothing' during Euro QF defeat against Italy
Former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has criticized England's performance during their penalty shootout loss to Italy in the Euro 2012 quarterfinal, saying that the Three Lions did nothing throughout the match.

Man U striker Berbatov in talks with French club PSG for possible move
Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov is in talks with French club Paris Saint Germain (PSG) for a possible move after falling down the pecking order at Old Trafford.

'Well-heeled' French club Paris St. Germain eyes Adebayor swoop
Owned by the rich Qatar Investment Authority, French club Paris St. Germain is planning to sign up Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor, who is currently on loan to Tottenham Hotspurs.

Guardiola won't take Chelsea job due to Mourinho
Former England manager Terry Venables has said Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola wouldn't take the vacant position at Chelsea due to one man i.e. Jose Mourinho.

Messi highest-paid football star ahead of Beckham, Ronaldo
Ace footballer Lionel Messi, who is one of the greatest players on the planet, has earned 27.4 million pounds from wages, bonuses, sponsorships and endorsements overtaking David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Chelsea stars face Abramovich's axe
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is all set to clear out some of the club's biggest names this summer in order to create a new team that is hungry to win.

Villas-Boas says City's superior wealth is responsible for their better squad
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has said Manchester City's financial strength is the reason behind them having a better squad than other top English Premier League teams.

Chelsea coach Villas-Boas says he's unsure about Abramovich's support
Chelsea coach Andre Villas-Boas has for the first time publicly expressed fears of being unsure about being backed by club owner Roman Abramovich.

Villas-Boas on borrowed time at Chelsea
Coach-cum-manager Andre Villas-Boas is in danger of losing his job after meetings with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.

Anelka slams Villas-Boas for humiliating him during last days at Chelsea
Former Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka has slammed current manager Andre Villas-Boas for humiliating him during his last days at the club.

Villas-Boas 'shaken' after Abramovich's 'shock' visit
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich paid an unscheduled visit at the training ground in Cobham to watch his players train before Sunday's match with Manchester United, which left their manager, Andre Villas-Boas 'shaken'

Ancelotti ready to wait for Lampard
Former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is ready to wait until the summer before making a second bid to lure midfielder Frank Lampard for a re-union at the French club Paris St Germain (PSG).

Torres has no mental issues with Drogba: Villas Boas
Chelsea Coach Andre Villas-Boas has rejected suggestions that Spanish football star Fernando Torres has mental problems dealing with Ivory Coast star Didier Drogba.

Sell Drogba if you want Torres in form: Ancelotti
Former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti believes it is important for Chelsea to sell Didier Drogba if they want Fernando Torres to start scoring.

Villas -Baos to continue as Chelsea manager irrespective of title race performance
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has confirmed that manager Andre Villas-Boas will continue in the post irrespective of his team's performance in the title race this season.

Villas-Boas fighting for his future at Chelsea
Andre Villas-Boas, who was brought in to move Chelsea forward after Carlo Ancelotti's sacking, is fighting for his future after only five months in charge.

Ancelotti ready to replace Wenger at Arsenal
Former Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly eyeing Arsene Wenger's job at Arsenal as he considers a return to English football.

Chelsea makes 30 million pound bid for Ribery
Chelsea has tabled a stunning 30 million pound offer for Bayern Munich star Franck Ribery.

Ibramovich was 'wrong' to sack Ancelotti says Malouda
Chelsea star Florent Malouda has said his team owner Roman Ibramovich was 'wrong' to sack former manager Carlo Ancelotti.

Becks' son Romeo 'ignores dad by wearing Rooney shirt'
David Beckham's son Romeo must have left everyone shocked when he ignored his famous dad and came out wearing the LA Galaxy star's on-field rival Wayne Rooney's shirt with number 10 etched on the back.

Chelsea coach Villas-Boas must be trusted, says skipper Terry
Chelsea FC skipper John Terry has urged the club hierarchy to trust the decisions made by coach Andre Villas-Boas to ensure that he is successful.

Chelsea needs to stop sacking managers for stability: Hiddink
Former Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink has told the club's owner, Roman Abramovich, to stop sacking managers and give Andre Villas-Boas a chance.

Torres ready to put in a better show for Chelsea
Spanish striker Fenando Torres is ready to show why he is worth 50-million-pounds to Chelsea after his first holiday in five years.

Chelsea players will respect Coach André Villas-Boas: Cole
Football star Ashley Cole has said that Chelsea's players will respect their new manager, André Villas-Boas, despite his relative youth.

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