Milan (AFP) – Italian Carlo Ancelotti has revealed that he turned down the role of Italy coach preferring to stay in club management. Ancelotti, 58, was the favourite to take over after Giampiero Ventura was fired following Italy’s shock failure to reach the World Cup final for the first time in 60 years. Show More Summary
2018 World Cup Thu 16 Nov, AT 08:17 Giampiero Ventura sacked by Italy after World Cup disaster Carlo Ancelotti is reported to ‘have been approached’ by the Italian federation
Italy’s World Cup is over In a huge upset on Monday night in Milan, Sweden knocked Italy out of the World Cup even before it started. Sweden held on to a 1-0 lead from their playoff first leg as the Azzurri failed to qualify for a World Cup for the first time since 1958. As […]
Everton fan Tony Bellew and former Blues Leon Osman and Kevin Kilbane discuss who will be the Toffees' next manager, with Carlo Ancelotti, Sean Dyce and Rafa Benitez being picked out.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte angrily responds to speculation that former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti is lined up to take his job.
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Leicester close in on Claude Puel, Carlo Ancelotti to join Guangzhou Evergrande, Mesut Ozil interested in Man Utd move, plus more.
Sean Dyche, Thomas Tuchel, Carlo Ancelotti, Ryan Giggs and David Unsworth are all in the running for the Everton job, plus more.
Jupp Heynckes This season has been trickier for Bayern Munich than they ever wanted it to be, a fact highlighted by their humiliating loss to Paris Saint-Germain in the last round of Champions League action that cost Carlo Ancelotti his job. Show More Summary
Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng considered quitting Celtic's Champions League opponents before Jupp Heynckes replaced Carlo Ancelotti.
Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller has today jumped to the defence of former manager Carlo Ancelotti, following the Italian’s sacking at the Allianz Arena. Struggles The Bavarians started out the current campaign in surprisingly poor form, dropping points in the league versus Hoffenheim and Wolfsburg, and looking some way short of the dominant force who […]
Comparison Bayern Munich’s star striker Robert Lewandowski has been speaking about the Jupp Heynckes v Carlo Ancelotti questions and discusses training. The Polish striker is one of the best in world football and showcased his ability in the World Cup games over the week. Now, Lewandowski returns to his club Bayern Munich after a massive change […]
Heynckes returns New Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes has admitted that his dog convinced him to take the job. Heynckes came out of retirement to accept the vacancy at Bayern after Carlo Ancelotti was sacked. The Italian boss was dismissed just months after winning the Bundesliga after losing the dressing room. Speaking at his press […]
Muller aims dig Thomas Muller has welcomed the appointment of Jupp Heynckes – and taken a parting shot at his predecessor Carlo Ancelotti. The Italian boss was sacked by the club after a Champions League defeat at PSG. But it wasn’t simply the 3-0 defeat that convinced the Bayern board to sack Ancelotti. Several influential […]
He wants out James Rodriguez wants to leave Bayern Munich following the departure of Carlo Ancelotti, who was of course sacked by the club earlier in the season. James decided to go to Bayern for a number of reasons – several of them having to do with Ancelotti, who he of course worked with in […]
Bayern Munich name former coach Jupp Heynckes as manager until the end of the season following Carlo Ancelotti's sacking.
Berlin (AFP) – Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich confirmed Friday that veteran German coach Jupp Heynckes will take over as manager until the end of the season, replacing the sacked Carlos Ancelotti. Heynckes, 72, will come out of retirement to take take charge of the squad from Monday, the fourth time he has coached Bayern. Show More Summary
Berlin (AFP) – Veteran German coach Jupp Heynckes confirmed reports on Thursday that he is considering a return to Bayern Munich following Carlo Ancelotti’s dismissal. “It’s not yet done and dusted,” the 72-year-old Heynckes told the Rheinische Post, the local paper near his home in Moenchengladbach. Show More Summary
Berlin (AFP) – Legendary German coach Jupp Heynckes will replace sacked Carlo Ancelotti as Bayern Munich’s manager until the end of the season, according to Sport Bild newspaper. The interim appointment would see 72-year-old Heynckes...Show More Summary
He knows Former Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola is reportedly aware of who the new manager will be – and agrees with the choice to replace Carlo Ancelotti. Ancelotti was of course sacked by the club after losing the support of the players and the board after a poor start to the season. That’s according […]