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Monday September 12 2016
Ancelotti: ‘German atmosphere better’

Carlo Ancelotti says the biggest difference between Italian and German football is the atmosphere in stadiums.

The Italian Coach joined Bayern Munich in the summer and has already guided the Bundesliga champions to the top of the League in the new campaign.

In an interview with Radio Rai, the Champions League winner admitted he is impressed by how German clubs regularly fill stadiums, in contrast to their Italian counterparts.

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Thursday August 4 2016
Ancelotti no to Schweinsteiger

Bayern Munich Coach Carlo Ancelotti has ruled out a return to the club for Bastian Schweinsteiger.

The Italian tactician joined the Bundesliga champions this summer and is preparing his side for their bid to win a fifth straight title.

Schweinsteiger, a Bayern first team player for 13 years, is currently at Manchester United but has been linked with a return after being frozen out by Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.

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Thursday July 28 2016
Ancelotti praise for Montella

Carlo Ancelotti has praised Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella for the job he is doing at San Siro.

The former Rossoneri boss recently took charge of German champions Bayern Munich, with the two teams sharing a 3-3 pre-season friendly draw at Soldier Field last night.

The Serie A side won the resulting penalty shoot-out and, speaking after the match, Ancelotti was impressed by his opposition.

“I think Milan played well,” the ex-Real Madrid tactician told reporters. “They showed good organisation both in defence and attack.

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Tuesday October 20 2015
‘Verratti the new Pirlo’

Carlo Ancelotti believes Marco Verratti has “all the qualities” to be Andrea Pirlo’s successor.

The Coach worked with the former at Paris Saint-Germain, while he is familiar with the veteran from their successful time together at Milan.

“Does he take too many risks?” Ancelotti considered when asked about Verratti by L’Equipe.

“It’s in his personality. If he didn’t do that then he wouldn’t be Verratti. He has all the qualities to become the successor to Pirlo.

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Tuesday October 13 2015
Ancelotti has Bayern deal?

Carlo Ancelotti is reported to have already struck a deal with Bayern Munich, where he is bound to replace Pep Guardiola.

The former Real Madrid is taking a sabbatical year, but is still among the most sought-after Italian Coaches.

Ancelotti himself closed to the Italy national team and suggested he'd like to join the Premier League, but recent reports have him heading to Germany.

According to Sport Mediaset, Bayern Munich have set their eyes on the tactician.

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Tuesday October 13 2015
Coaches ready if Conte leaves

Antonio Conte's permanence with the Azzurri is uncertain and his possible successors include Max Allegri and Fabio Capello among several others.

The former Juventus man's relationship with the national colours was fraught from the start, and his dissatisfaction has reportedly reached such a level that Italy team manager Gabriele Oriali was entasked by FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio with convincing Conte to stay.

Today's edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport runs a dossier on all the possible alternatives should the 46-year-old leave.

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Monday October 12 2015
Ancelotti set for Bayern?

Carlo Ancelotti could reportedly replace Pep Guardiola at Bayern Munich, if the latter joins Manchester City.

There has been speculation that the Spanish Coach has already agreed a deal with the English side, with his contract in Bavaria expiring this summer.

Ancelotti made it clear this morning that he is keen to take another Coaching job, and Mediaset reports that he could take over at Bayern.

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Wednesday October 7 2015
‘Mihajlovic needs time’

Carlo Ancelotti says Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic should be given time to turn things around.

The Rossoneri spent a considerable amount of time attempting to convince Ancelotti to return, but opted for the Serbian when Carletto decided he was taking a break.

“Mihajlovic is someone with character, with good experience in Italy,” Ancelotti told Corriere della Sera.

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Wednesday October 7 2015
Ancelotti: ‘Why I rejected Milan’

Carlo Ancelotti says he rejected Milan because he was fatigued - “if it had been a different time…”

Rossoneri CEO Adriano Galliani flew to Madrid at the end of last season to try and convince the Coach to return to San Siro, but was ultimately rebuffed.

“When he learned I wouldn’t be staying in Madrid [at Real], Galliani game to test the waters,” Ancelotti explained in an interview with Corriere della Sera.

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Monday October 5 2015
Chelsea join Ancelotti race?

Chelsea could be after Carlo Ancelotti as a replacement for Jose Mourinho, joining Liverpool in the race.

The Portuguese Coach is under heavy scrutiny in the Premier League, particularly after the recent 3-1 defeat to Southampton.

While rumours of a possible sacking are rife in the media, the question of his possible successor is still open.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Ancelotti has been linked to a possible return to London, four years after he left the Chelsea bench.

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