General
Carlo Ancelotti
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Personal information
Full name Carlo Ancelotti
Date of birth 10 June 1959 (1959-06-10) (age 61)
Place of birth    Reggiolo, Flag of Italy Italy
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current club Flag of England Everton (manager)
Youth clubs
1973-1975
1975-1976
Flag of Italy Reggiolo
Flag of Italy Parma
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1976–1979
1979–1987
1987–1992
Total
Flag of Italy Parma
Flag of Italy Roma
Flag of Italy Milan
055 0(13)
171 0(12)
112 0(10)
338 0(35)   
National team
1981–1991 Flag of Italy Italy 026 00(1)
Teams managed
1995–1996
1996–1998
1999–2001
2001–2009
2009–2011
2011-2013
2013-2015
2016–2017
2018–2019
2019–
Flag of Italy Reggiana
Flag of Italy Parma
Flag of Italy Juventus
Flag of Italy Milan
Flag of England Chelsea
Flag of France Paris Saint-Germain
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
Flag of Germany Bayern Munich
Flag of Italy Napoli
Flag of England Everton

Carlo Ancelotti OSI (born 10 June 1959) is an Italian former professional footballer and a professional football manager who is the manager of Premier League side Everton.

Nicknamed Carletto, Ancelotti played as a midfielder and had a successful career with Roma – captaining the team – with whom he won one Scudetto and four Coppa Italia honours and was part of the legendary late 1980s Milan team with whom he won two Scudetti and two European Cups in a five-year period. He was capped 26 times and scored one goal for the Italian national team and appeared in the 1990 World Cup.

After spells as manager of Reggiana, Parma and Juventus, Ancelotti was appointed Milan manager in 2001. He won the Scudetto in 2004, the Champions League in 2003 and 2007 and the Coppa Italia in 2003. They were also Serie A and Champions League runner-ups in 2005. He is one of six men to have won the European Cup/Champions League as player and manager. In May 2009, he was appointed Chelsea manager and in his first season led them to a historic Premier League and FA Cup Double. He became only the second non-British manager to win the double, the other being Arsène Wenger. After an uneven 2010–11 Premier League season in which Chelsea failed to retain the title, Ancelotti was dismissed as their manager in May 2011.

On 30 December 2011, Ancelotti signed a contract with ambitious French side Paris Saint-Germain. In his first full season with the club, Ancelotti managed them to the Ligue 1 title and the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League. On 25 June 2013, Real Madrid announced the signing of Carlo Ancelotti as their new manager on a three-year deal. He was presented to the fans the following day.

Honours

Player

Roma
Milan

Manager

Juventus
Milan
Chelsea
Paris Saint-Germain
Real Madrid

Individual

  • UEFA Manager of the Year (1): 2002–03
  • Serie A Coach of the Year (2): 2001, 2004
  • Albo Panchina d'Oro (2): 2002–03, 2003–04
  • IFFHS World's Best Club Coach (1): 2007
  • Ligue 1 Manager of the Year (1): 2012–13
  • World Soccer Magazine Manager of the Year (1): 2003
  • Premier League Manager of the Month (4): November 2009, August 2010, March 2011, April 2011

External links

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Current Premier League managers

Arteta (Arsenal) · Smith (Aston Villa) · Potter (Brighton & Hove Albion) · Dyche (Burnley) · Lampard (Chelsea) · Hodgson (Crystal Palace) · Ancelotti (Everton) · Parker (Fulham) · Bielsa (Leeds United) · Rodgers (Leicester City) · Klopp (Liverpool) · Guardiola (Manchester City) · Solskjær (Manchester United) · Bruce (Newcastle United) · Wilder (Sheffield United) · Hasenhüttl (Southampton) · Mourinho (Tottenham Hotspur) · Bilić (West Bromwich Albion) · Moyes (West Ham United) · Nuno (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

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Juventus Football Club - Managers

Károly 1923 to 26 • Viola 1926 to 28 • Aitken 1928 to 30 • Carcano 1930 to 35 • Bigatto 1935 • Rosetta 1935 to 39 • Caligaris 1939 to 41 • Munerati 1941 • Ferrari 1941 to 42 • Monti 1942 • Borel 1942 to 46 • Cesarini 1946 to 48 • Chalmers 1948 to 49 • Carver 1949 to 51 • Bertolini 1951 • Sárosi 1951 to 53 • Olivieri 1953 to 55 • Puppo 1955 to 57 • Broćić 1957 to 59 • Depetrini 1959 • Cesarini 1959 to 61 • Parola 1961 • Gren & Korostelev 1961 • Parola 1961 to 62 • Amaral 1962 to 64 • Monzeglio 1964 • Herrera 1964 to 69 • Carniglia 1969 to 70 • Rabitti 1970 • Picchi 1970 to 71 • Vycpálek 1971 to 74 • Parola 1974 to 76 • Trapattoni 1976 to 86 • Marchesi 1986 to 88 • Zoff 1988 to 90 • Maifredi 1990 to 91 • Trapattoni 1991 to 94 • Lippi 1994 to 99 • Ancelotti 1999 to 2001 • Lippi 2001 to 04 • Capello 2004 to 06 • Deschamps 2006 to 07 • Corradini 2007 • Ranieri 2007 to 09 • Ferrara 2009 to 10 • Zaccheroni 2010 • Delneri 2010 to 11 • Conte 2011 to 14 • Allegri 2014 to 19 • Sarri 2019 to 20 • Pirlo 2020–

A.C. Milan Football Club - Managers

Kilpin (1899–06) • Angeloni (1906–07) • Camperio (1907–11) • Technical committee (1911–15) • Moda (1915–16) • Cevenini (1916–18) • Technical committee (1918–19) • Moda (1919–21) • Lovati (1921–22) • Soldera (1922) • Oppenheim (1922–24) • Pozzo (1924–26) • Moda (1926) • Burgess (1926–28) • König (1928–31) • Bánás (1931–33) • Violak (1933–34) • Baloncieri (1934–37) • Garbutt (1937) • Felsner / Bánás (1937–38) • Bánás (1938–39) • Violak / Bánás (1939–40) • Bánás (1940) • Busini / Ara (1940–41) • Magnozzi (1941–43) • Santagostino (1943–45) • Busini / Baloncieri (1945–46) • Busini / Bigogno (1946–47) • Bigogno (1947–48) • Busini / Bigogno (1948–49) • Busini / Czeizler (1949–52) • Busini / Sperone (1952–53) • Busini / Gren (1953) • Busini / Morselli (1953) • Guttmann (1953–55) • Puricelli (1955–56) • Viani (1956–58) • Viani / Bonizzoni (1958–60) • Viani / Todeschini (1960–61) • Viani / Rocco (1961–63) • Viani / Carniglia (1963–64) • Viani / Liedholm (1964–65) • Liedholm (1965–66) • Cattozzo (1966) • Silvestri (1966–67) • Rocco (1967–72) • Rocco / Maldini (1972–73) • Rocco (1973) • Rocco / Maldini (1973–74) • Maldini (1974) • Trapattoni (1974) • Giagnoni (1974–75) • Rocco / Trapattoni (1975–76) • Rocco / Barison (1976) • Marchioro (1976–77) • Rocco (1977) • Liedholm (1977–79) • Giacomini (1979–81) • Galbiati (1981) • Radice (1981–82) • Galbiati (1982) • Castagner (1982–84) • Galbiati (1984) • Liedholm (1984–87) • Capello (1987) • Sacchi (1987–91) • Capello (1991–96) • Tabárez / Morini (1996) • Sacchi (1996–97) • Capello (1997–98) • Zaccheroni (1998–2001) • Maldini / Tassotti (2001) • Terim / Di Gennaro (2001) • Ancelotti (2001–09) • Leonardo (2009–10) • Allegri (2010–14) • Tassotti (2014) • Seedorf (2014) • Inzaghi (2014–15) • Mihajlović (2015–16) • Brocchi (2016) • Montella (2016–17) • Gattuso (2017–19) • Giampaolo (2019–)

Chelsea Football Club - Managers

Robertson (1905–06) • Lewis (1906–07i) • Calderhead (1907–33) • Knighton (1933–39) • Birrell (1939–52) • Drake (1952–61) • Docherty (1961–67) • Sexton (1967–74) • Suart (1974–75) • McCreadie (1975–77) • Shellito (1977–78) • Blanchflower (1978–79) • Hurst (1979–81) • Gould (1981c) • Neal (1981–85) • Hollins (1985–88) • Campbell (1988–91) • Porterfield (1991–93) • Webb (1993i) • Hoddle (1993–96) • Gullit (1996–98) • Vialli (1998–2000) • Rix & Wilkins (2000c) • Ranieri (2000–04) • Mourinho (2004–07) • Grant (2007–08) • Scolari (2008–09) • Wilkins (2009c) • Hiddink (2009i) • Ancelotti (2009–11) • Villas-Boas (2011–12) • Di Matteo (2012) • Benítez (2012–13) • Mourinho (2013–15) • Holland (2015c) • Hiddink (2015–16i) • Conte (2016–18) • Sarri (2018–19) • Lampard (2019–)

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Real Madrid C.F. managers

Johnson 1910 to 20 • De Cárcer 1920 to 26 • Llorente 1926 to 27 • Bernabéu 1926 to 27 • Berraondo 1927 to 29 • Quirante 1929 to 30 • Hertzka 1930 to 32 • Firth 1932 to 1934 • Bru 1934 to 41 • Armet 1941 to 43 • Encinas 1943 to 45 • Quincoces 1945 to 46 • Albéniz 1946 to 47 • Quincoces 1947 to 48 • Keeping 1948 to 50 • Albéniz 1950 to 51 • Scarone 1951 to 52 • Ipiña 1952 to 53 • Fernández 1953 to 54 • Villalonga 1954 to 57 • Carniglia 1957 to 59 • Muñoz 1959 • Carniglia 1959 • Fleitas Solich 1959 to 60 • Muñoz 1960 to 74 • Molowny 1974 • Miljanić 1974 to 77 • Molowny 1977 to 79 • Boškov 1979 to 82 • Molowny 1982 • Di Stéfano 1982 to 84 • Amancio 1984 to 85 • Molowny 1985 to 86 • Beenhakker 1986 to 89 • Toshack 1989 to 90 • Di Stéfano 1990 to 91 • Antić 1991 to 92 • Beenhakker 1992 • Floro 1992 to 94 • Del Bosque 1994 • Valdano 1994 to 96 • Iglesias 1996 • Del Bosque 1996 • Capello 1996 to 97 • Heynckes 1997 to 98 • Hiddink 1998 to 99 • Toshack 1999 • Del Bosque 1999 to 2003 • Queiroz 2003 to 04 • Camacho 2004 • García Remón 2004 • Luxemburgo 2004 to 05 • López Caro 2005 to 06 • Capello 2006 to 07 • Schuster 2007 to 08 • Ramos 2008 to 09 • Pellegrini 2009 to 10 • Mourinho 2010 to 13 • Ancelotti 2013 to 15 • Benítez 2015 to 16 • Zidane 2016–2018 • Lopetegui 2018 • Solari 2018–2019 • Zidane 2019–

Fußball-Club Bayern München - Managers

Hesselink 1903 to ? • Taylor 1907 to ? • Hoer 1909 to 11 • Taylor 1911 • Griffiths 1911 to 12 • Townley 1914 • Kreisel 1915 • Baumann 1916 to 17 • Kirstner 1917 to 18 • Storch 1918 to 19 • Townley 1919 to 21 • Schmid 1921 to 24 • McPherson 1924 to 27 • Weisz 1927 to 28 • Konrád 1928 to 30 • Kohn 1931 to 33 • Tauchert 1933 to 34 • Hofmann 1934 to 35 • Michalke 1935 to 37 • Körner 1937 to 38 • Goldbrunner 1938 to 43 • Heidkamp 1943 to 45 • Högg 1945 to 46 • Pöttinger 1946 to 47 • Riemke 1947 • Dietl 1947 to 48 • Riemke 1948 to 50 • Davison 1950 to 51 • Riemke 1951 • Schäfer 1951 to 53 • Bayerer 1953 to 54 • Knöpfle 1954 • Streitle 1954 to 55 • Moll 1955 to 56 • Hahn 1956 to 58 • Moll 1958 • Patek 1958 to 61 • Schneider 1961 to 63 • Čajkovski 1963 to 68 • Zebec 1968 to 70 • Lattek 1970 to 75 • Cramer 1975 to 77 • Lóránt 1977 to 79 • Csernai 1979 to 83 • Saftig 1983 • Lattek 1983 to 87 • Heynckes 1987 to 91 • Lerby 1991 to 92 • Ribbeck 1992 to 93 • Beckenbauer 1994 • Trapattoni 1994 to 95 • Rehhagel 1995 to 96 • Beckenbauerc 1996 • Trapattoni 1996 to 98 • Hitzfeld 1998 to 2004 • Magath 2004 to 07 • Hitzfeld 2007 to 08 • Klinsmann 2008 to 09 • Heynckesc 2009 • Van Gaal 2009 to 11 • Jonkerc 2011 • Heynckes 2011 to 13 • Guardiola 2013 to 16 • Ancelotti 2016– 17 • Sagnolc 2017 • Heynckes 2017 to 18 • Kovač 2018 to 19 • Flick 2019 to

S.S.C. Napoli - Managers

Kreutzer (1926–27) • Skasa (1927) • Technical Commission (Steiger, Terrile & Molnár) (1927–28) • Fischer (1928) • Terrile (1928–29) • Garbutt (1929–35) • Csapkay (1935–36) • Mattea (1936–38) • Payer (1938–39) • Technical Commission (D'Albora, Iodice, Castello, Piccini & Rocco) (1939) • Baloncieri (1939–40) • Vojak (1940–43) • Innocenti (1943) • Sansone (1945–46) • Vecchina (1947–48) • Sentimenti (1948) • Borel (1948–49) • De Manesc (1949) • Mosele (1949) • Monzeglio (1949–56) • Amadei (1956–59) • Frossi (1959) • Amadei (1959–61) • Sallustro (1961) • Baldi (1961–62) • Pesaola (1962) • Pesaola & Monzeglio (1962–63) • Lerici (1963–64) • Molino (1964) • Pesaola (1964–68) • Chiappella & Parola (1968–69) • Di Costanzo (1969) • Chiappella (1969–73) • Vinicio (1973–76) • Delfrati & Rivellino (1976) • Pesaola (1976–77) • Di Marzio (1977) • Vinício (1978) • Sormani (1980) • Marchesi (1980–82) • Giacomini (1982) • Rambone & Pesaola (1982–83) • Santin (1983–84) • Marchesi (1984–85) • Bianchi (1985–89) • Bigon (1989–91) • Ranieri (1991–93) • Bianchi (1993) • Lippi (1993–94) • Guerini (1994) • Boškov (1994–96) • Simoni (1996–97) • Montefusco (1997) • Mutti (1997) • Mazzone (1997) • Galeone (1997–98) • Montefusco (1998) • Ulivieri (1998–99) • Montefusco (1999) • Novellino (1999–2000) • Zeman (2000) • Mondonico (2000–01) • De Canio (2001–02) • Colomba (2002) • Busoc (2002) • Scoglio (2002–03) • Colomba (2003) • Agostinelli (2003) • Simoni (2003–04) • Ventura (2004) • Reja (2005–09) • Donadoni (2009) • Mazzarri (2009–13) • Benítez (2013–15) • Sarri (2015–18) • Ancelotti (2018–19) • Gattuso (2019–)

Everton Football Club - Managers

Barclay (1888–1889) · Molyneux (1889–1901) · Cuff (1901–1918) · Sawyer (1918–1919) · McIntosh (1919–1935) · Kelly (1936–1948) · Britton (1948–1956) · Buchan (1956–1958) · Carey (1958–1961) · Catterick (1961–1973) · Eggleston (1973) · Bingham (1973–1977) · Burtenshaw (1977) · Lee (1977–1981) · Kendall (1981–1987) · Harvey (1987–1990) · Gabriel (1990) · Kendall (1990–1993) · Gabriel (1993–1994) · Walker (1994) · Royle (1994–1997) · Watson (1997) · Kendall (1997–1998) · Smith (1998–2002) · Moyes (2002–2013) · Martínez (2013–2016) · Unsworthc (2016) · Koeman (2016–2017) Unsworthc (2017) · Allardyce (2017–2018) · Silva (2018–2019) · Fergusonc (2019) Ancelotti (2019–)

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Italy – 1986 FIFA World Cup

1. Galli 2. Bergomi 3. Cabrini 4. Collovati 5. Nela 6. Scirea 7. Tricella 8. Vierchowod 9. Ancelotti 10. Bagni 11. Baresi 12. Tancredi 13. De Napoli 14. Di Gennaro 15. Tardelli 16. Conti 17. Vialli 18. Altobelli 19. Galderisi 20. Rossi 21. Serena 22. Zenga

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Italy – UEFA Euro 1988

1. Zenga 2. Baresi 3. Bergomi 4. Cravero 5. Ferrara 6. Ferri 7. Francini 8. Maldini 9. Ancelotti 10. De Agostini 11. De Napoli 12. Tacconi 13. Fusi 14. Giannini 15. Romano 16. Altobelli 17. Donadoni 18. Mancini 19. Rizzitelli 20. Vialli

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Italy – 1990 FIFA World Cup

1. Zenga 2. Baresi 3. Bergomi 4. De Agostini 5. Ferrara 6. Ferri 7. Maldini 8. Vierchowod 9. Ancelotti 10. Berti 11. De Napoli 12. Tacconi 13. Giannini 14. Marocchi 15. Baggio 16. Carnevale 17. Donadoni 18. Mancini 19. Schillaci 20. Serena 21. Vialli 22. Pagliuca

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