Let’s Hope This Isn’t Ancelotti’s Last Game At Stamford Bridge
With rumours about his future spreading like a wild fire day by day and every Chelsea supporter waiting for the owner’s decision about the manager, Carlo seems to be calm and quiet and has set his sights only on 3 points against Newcastle for the last home game of the season.
In a press conference yesterday, Carlo Ancelotti said he doesn’t want to think that it will be his last game at home for the club and said putting the best team on the field and getting the result is his only aim at the moment and he wants to say thank you to all the fans for their support to him and the team in turbulent as well as good times of this season. He went on to say that he is unaware of what future lies for him and he will get to know about it only after the season end.
Almost all the team members and former assistant manager Ray Wilkins have shown their support to the double winning manager of last season including likes of Petr Cech, Frank Lampard and John Terry in recent times and Carlo also said that he has a very good relationship with the players at club.
I think that I have a very good relationship with the players.
Ancelotti also went on to say that there won’t be problem for him even if he is sacked as he will find a solution sooner rather than later. In recent times he has been linked with Roma job and even Real Madrid bur unfortunately if he is sacked then he will be more likely to lead giallorossis next season.
This Gentleman also added that,
I don’t think it would be a problem for next season if I’m not here. I hope, obviously, to stay here. But there may be another coach and they’ll have the same relationship.
Well we at the Chelsea Fanatic team and many other Chelsea supporters hope that Carlo Ancelotti will be the manager of Chelsea next season.
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