Buy Preferisco la coppa. Vita, partite e miracoli di un normale fuoriclasse by Alessandro Alciato, Carlo Ancelotti (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book . Preferisco la coppa, Carlo Ancelotti. Posted by Renata, on 22 May Comments: 1. Ancelotti’s biography is an interesting portrait of such a famous coach. Carlo Ancelotti has revealed the full dramatic extent of his detailed But beyond the wordplay there is, in the book, Preferisco La Coppa (“I.
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Parma Calcio — managers. Ancelotti said that he had no great desire to leave Milan at that time and while maintaining that he has not spoken to Abramovich since last year added that he wanted his future resolved on May I simply love this man. Archived from the original on 19 February Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Retrieved 11 May First with a 7—0 thrashing of Ipswich Town in the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge and then a 2—0 victory over Blackburn, followed by emphatic away wins against Bolton Wanderers and Sunderland, putting them in fourth position in the league, though still ten points behind leaders Manchester United.
That’s where you need creativity and freedom because without it you only have sterile possession. After the departure of striker Andriy Shevchenko at the beginning of the —07 seasonAncelotti was forced to redesign Milan’s line-up once again, devising a 4—3—2—1 system that would later be known as his “Christmas Tree” formation.
For example, the year-old writes: Learn more about Amazon Prime. Very funny and an interesting glimpse into the world of football and being a manager. Milan Hall of Fame: I have to do my best to stay close to him, but this is the life. No trivia or quizzes yet. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.
Carlo Ancelotti: The Beautiful Games of an Ordinary Genius
Lists with This Book. Ancelotti excelled in this role and helped Parma to a second place in the Serie C1 girone A during the —79 season, which qualified the team for the Serie B play-offs. Chelsea, who at one point were fifth and 15 points behind leaders Manchester United, vaulted into the second position the league, just three points behind them with three games left of the season. Views Read Edit View history. Under manager Cesare Maldinihe was often deployed behind the forwardsor as a second strikerdue to his eye for goal.
I had hoped for some sort of insight into tactics or motivation, but it steers clear from those ‘trade secrets’. His sense of humour is superb, he can laugh at himself, many anecdotes mentioned here tal I simply love this man. During his eight seasons at the club, he won the Coppa Italia a total of four times,and Not just for A C Milan fans, any football fan can read it.
It’s difficult, emotionally, when it’s your father Jan 07, Yousef rated it it was amazing. Archived from the copla on 8 August I felt is was truly disgraceful and completely inappropriate.
Carlo Ancelotti: I’ve coached Chelsea ‘on paper’ since April
Retrieved 28 December Open Preview See a Problem? Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Still, if you are interested in football this is a decent enough read.
I wish them the best. The book moves from anecdotes of his life growing up in Reggio Emilia to stories of his time playing among the best footballers in the world.
Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. Ancelotti undertook his coaching ancelootti at Covercianowhere he penned a research article entitled “Il Futuro del Calcio: Ancelotti began his career in with Parma.
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Milan, the oreferisco should be him with Milan shirt.
That is, Chelsea my dear club unceremoniously fired dear Carletto Ancelotti this year. In Ancelotti’s final season at the club, Milan managed a third-place finish in Serie A behind Juventus and cross-city rivals Inter, sealing a place in the next season’s Champions League,  while they were eliminated in the round of 32 of the UEFA Cup and the round of 16 of the Coppa Italia.
Retrieved 28 September Despite his initial reputation as a tactically inflexible coach, with Milan Ancelotti later drew praise for his ability to find systems which would best suit his players, and which allowed several talented and creative players to co-exist; under Ancelotti’s management, the club enjoyed one of its most fruitful spells in its history.