Ancelotti Comes Back to Coach Real Madrid

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Real Madrid has just made official the return of Carlo Ancelotti as their new coach. The 61-year-old Italian coach will have to face the new stage at the club after the departure of Zinedine Zidane. 

Ancelotti has just left Everton to return to Real Madrid six years after making history in his first stage in charge of the white club. The Italian coached Real Madrid for two seasons, from 2013 to 2015. With him at the front, the team returned to reign in Europe 12 years later after the unforgettable final in Lisbon against Atlético Madrid.

First Stage at Real Madrid

In his first stage at Real Madrid, Ancelotti won four titles. In the first campaign he won the Champions League and lifted the 19th Copa del Rey of the club. And in the second campaign, Real Madrid achieved two more successes: the European Super Cup and the Club World Cup.

Ancelotti is the coach in the history of Real Madrid with the most victories in his first 100 official matches, with 78. 

He has also won titles coaching some of the best clubs of the top European leagues. 


Great Experience & Success

The new Madrid coach comes with a great experience and spectacular track record behind. He had a brilliant career as a player, winning 14 titles, and he is also backed by his triumphs as coach of Milan. With the club, he won two Champions League titles, two European Super Cups, a Club World Cup, a League, a Cup, and an Italian Super Cup.

Later as Chelsea manager, he won a treble in his first season: Community Shield, Premier League, and FA Cup. He then coached PSG and made them champions of the French League. That was before he arrived at Real Madrid.

After his success in Spain, Ancelotti repeated it in Germany. He won a Bundesliga and two German Supercups at the helm of Bayern Munich. His last two coaching experiences have been with Napoli and Everton.

Thanks to Everton

Yesterday, Ancelotti signed a three-year contract with the Spanish club, after Madrid’s president, Florentino Pérez made a concerted effort to rehire him. Then he informed Everton earlier in the day of his desire to leave after only 18 months. 

As the new Real Madrid coach, he declared in his Twitter account today: I would like to thank Everton FC, my players, and the supporters for giving me the opportunity to manage this fantastic and historical club. I decided to leave as I have a new challenge with a team that was always in my heart, Real Madrid. 

Ancelotti has not thought twice and returns to Real Madrid with the aim of continuing to make history with the best football club in the world.

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