Carlo Ancelotti is a former professional Italian footballer and now a football manager formerly of Juventus, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Paris Sait German, Bayern Munich, etc and now with English Premier League side, Everton Football Club.
Carlo Ancelotti nicknamed Carletto started his professional career with Reggiolo from 1973 to 1975 before he joined Parma from 1975-1976 as an amateur player before signing a professional contract with Parma. He then played for Roma before AC Milan.
Carlo Ancelotti after a successful football career as a player entered into coaching starting from Reggiana from 1995 to 1996 and between 1996 and 1998, he coached his former club, Parma. He coached players which include, Fabio Cannavaro, Gianluigi Buffon, Hernan Crespo and finished second in Seria A in 1996/97 which secured them a qualification in the Uefa Champions League but was sacked after being eliminated in the group stage and finishing 6th in Serie A in 1997/98.
He was signed by Juventus but was sacked for winning no trophy in two years. He joined AC Milan where he managed to win two champions leagues titles in 2003 at old Trafford over former club Juventus and in 2007 against Olympiacos. He has coached other clubs like Chelsea and Paris Saint-German before going real Madrid to win the Uefa Champion League in 2014 to become the only coach to win it for three times. Only Zinedine Zidane he coached in Juventus has been able to break that record with three Champions League titles in three consecutive years.
Carlo Ancelotti joined Beyern Munich from Real Madrid and he is now the manager of Everton football club.
Carlo Ancelotti Net Worth
Carlo Ancelotti has a net worth of $50 million. The net worth comes from the earning he accumulated when he was a footballer and during his career as a coach.
Carlo Ancelotti started coaching at Raggiana and joined Parma. He has also coached teams including Roma, Juventus, Paris Saint-German, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Napoli and Everton football club.
Carlo Ancelotti has won the Serie 4 times with three as a player and one a coach. 5 Coppa Italiano with four as a player and one as a coach. Two Coppa Italiana as a player and manager with AC Milan. Two Uefa supper Cup with Ac Milan. Three Uefa Champions League with Madrid and Milan and one FIFA Club World Cup. At Chelsea, he won the FA Cup, Community Shield and the Premier League and he also won Ligue with PSG. Real Madrid, he won Copa del Rey, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup and finally at Bayern Munich he won Bundesliga and DFL Supercup
Carlo Ancelotti professionally signed for Parma to begin his active career in football. After 13 goals in 55 matches for Parma, Ancelloti joined Roma from 1979 to 1986. He scored 12 goals in 171 appearances before he signed for AC Milan in 1987 to 1992 scoring 10 goals in 112 appearances. Also between 1981 to 1991, Carlo Ancelotti scored a goal from 26 caps for the Italian national team.
Carlo Ancelotti prefers the 4-4-2 formation but has also implemented 4–4–1–1, 3–4–1–2 4–3–2–1 and the 4-3-3 formation. He likes the heavy pressing tactics and he likes to take possession while he presses more and sometimes switch to counter-attacking football.
Son and Wife
Carlo Ancelotti is in his second marriage. He first married Luisa Ancelotti from 1993 to 2008. He remarried in 2014 to Mariann Barrena McClay. Carlo Ancelotti had a son with Luisa Ancelotti called Davide Ancelotti.
Davide Ancelotti formerly was a footballer but could not reach the professional level. He entered into coaching and became a fitness coach at PSG and Real Madrid. He became an assistant coach at Bayern Munich and Napoli and he is currently the assistant coach of Everton Football Club assisting his father.