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Thursday April 14 2011
Ancelotti in Roma's sights again

Tuesday's exit from the Champions League means Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is once again in Roma's sights ahead of next season.

Chelsea lost both legs of their quarter-final against Manchester United and that failure would appear to spell the end for Ancelotti at Stamford Bridge.

Last night, former Italy boss Marcello Lippi threw his hat into the ring of candidate to replace Ancelotti at Chelsea, telling Radio Mana Mana: "It would be beautiful."

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Wednesday April 13 2011
Lippi: I'd like to coach Chelsea

Marcello Lippi has thrown his hat into the ring of potential candidates for the Chelsea job should Carlo Ancelotti get the sack.

The 62-year-old is ready to coach again after stepping down from coaching the Italian national team at the end of last summer's World Cup.

Speaking to Radio Mana Mana, Lippi said: "I miss coaching. This is normal. My years in the game were intense and gratifying.

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Monday April 11 2011
Totti backs Ancelotti to coach Roma

Roma talisman Francesco Totti says that one day in the future he would like to be coached by Carlo Ancelotti.

The Chelsea manager has been strongly linked with Roma and is said to be on the shortlist drafted by Roma's prospective new American owners.

"Ancelotti has always said that sooner or later he will coach Roma and even if I am 34 I hope to still be there when he arrives," Totti said.

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Saturday April 9 2011
Ancelotti: 'I could lead Roma'

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti concedes “in future I could be in charge of Roma, but I'd never accept the Inter job.

His position at Stamford Bridge is under threat following a 1-0 home Champions League quarter-final defeat to Manchester United.

“The objective is to stay at Chelsea, so for now my plans are to remain next season,” Ancelotti told Sport Mediaset.

“Next season I don't know where I'll be. I do have a prediction, though, that on July 7, I don't know which year, I could be in charge of Roma.”

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Thursday April 7 2011
Ancelotti ignores Roma talk

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has once again dismissed talk of a move to Roma this summer.

Ancelotti is said to be the No 1 choice of the new Di Benedetto regime in the capital.

The 51-year-old has never hidden his desire to coach Roma.

He spent eight years with the club as a player in `80s and won a historic Scudetto.

Speaking after last night's defeat to Manchester United in the Champions League, Ancelotti cut short any speculation about his future.

"I want to stay here," Ancelotti said.

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Wednesday April 6 2011
'How Genoa beat Chelsea to Kranjc'

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi explains how he beat Chelsea to the signature of Slovenian sensation Luka Kranjc.

This week the club agreed a deal for the 16-year-old Maribor defender, who had also been in negotiations with the Stamford Bridge side.

“Kranjc will be here on Friday for his medical. The agreement has already been reached, the player and clubs signed,” Preziosi told Telenord.

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Saturday April 2 2011
Genoa snap up Chelsea target Kranjc

Genoa are reportedly going to sign Slovenian teenage talent Luka Kranjc on Monday, beating competition from Chelsea.

The 16-year-old centre-back is captain of the Under-17 international squad and part of the Maribor stable that already brought Josip Ilicic and Armin Bacinovic to Palermo.

He had a trial with Chelsea in December and the move hit problems, so Genoa stepped in to take advantage.

It's reported Kranjc will be in the stands of the Stadio Ferraris for tomorrow's Serie A game with Cagliari.

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Wednesday March 16 2011
Juve lose Piazon to Chelsea

Sao Paolo have announced that Juventus abandoned their advanced negotiations for Lucas Piazon, so he is heading to Chelsea.

The Italian newspapers were buzzing at the 17-year-old Brazilian talent, nicknamed ‘the new Kaka', during the January transfer window.

"It is a big deal for the club," said Sao Paulo vice-president Carlos Augusto de Barros e Silva.

"The value of it is almost the same as that of Luis Fabiano. He nearly joined Juventus earlier this year, but now everything has been resolved."

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Tuesday March 15 2011
Parma still seek Chelsea's Borini

Chelsea striker Fabio Borini “could resume talks for a move to Parma, but other clubs are interested,” said his agent.

The 19-year-old had been very close to completing his transfer to Serie A during the January window when negotiations with the Tardini side broke down.

“Fabio is in good shape, has recovered from his injury and is at the disposal of the manager,” agent Marco De Marchi told Itasportpress.

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Tuesday March 1 2011
Ancelotti: 'Roma is a dream but...'

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has reiterated that it's a dream of his to coach Roma in the future, but also says that doesn't mean it will happen tomorrow.

The 51-year-old tactician has been repeatedly linked with the job even before Claudio Ranieri's resignation last month.

Speaking to Extra Time, he said: "I am very happy in London. I have another year on my contract and I intend to stay here.

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