Date: 13th October 2017 at 7:25am
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Lurking in the pages of a red-top publication, this morning, is a little something relating to a former manager of yours.

But this isn`t just any former manager, it`s about the only manager that has led Chelsea Football Club to the unique Premier League and FA Cup double, Carlo Ancelotti.

The 58-year-old has been out of work since being ruthlessly axed by the Bavarian giants Bayern Munich.

Out-of-work, Ancelotti has pondered about where to manage next and it appears that he has his head set on a return to England and the Premier League.

The aforementioned source, The Sun, infers that, although Ancelotti`s name is in the frame for the Italian national job, after the 2018 World Cup in Russia, it is not a post that he is interested in.

Digging deeper into the article, our source then goes on to imply that Stamford Bridge, as many suspect will be the case, will see a managerial upheaval this summer.

Furthermore, the inference is given that if Antonio Conte does decide life in London is no longer for him, then we could see the dramatic return to the club of Carlo Ancelotti.

Don`t dismiss it, stranger things have happened in this wonderful game of ours.

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2 Replies to “Could Ancelotti Replace Conte?”

  • Although Ancelot was the only manager I saw, if I remember correctly, who was interested in integrating the youth at Chelsea, I don’t honestly see him coming back. Besides, it would be a wrong move both for him and for the club.

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