Biography Carlo Anchelotti

Biography Carlo Anchelotti
Carlo Anchelotti better known as Don calls Carletto. He is Italian and one of the most successful coaches in Europe other than Sir Alex Ferguson, Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola. Early in his career starting from professional players who joined Parma in 1976. After three years at Parma Ancheloti moved to AS Roma.

In 1983 he became captain of AS Roma and help Roma Italy embrace trophy four times. In 1987 Anchelotti joined Milan and became a legendary part of the squad that won consecutive European Cups in 1989 and 1990. He was a mutual defense dibarisan Paolo Maldini, Franco Baresi and Alessandro Costacurta. while Frank Rijkaard and Roberto Donadoni in midfield and Marco van Basten in attack, ending his career as a player Ancelotti after Milan won the Scudetto in 1991-1992.

Ancheloti began his career in 1995 as team manager by training series B team Reggina. Within a year, can be re-acting Reggina in Serie A. Ancheloti then moved to handle Parma. After 3 years at Parma Don Carletto then groom Juventus to replace Marcello Lippi. Although he did not win the trophy as long as he worked two years, but Juventus managed to finish second in the final standings seria A twice in a row. In 2001 Ancheloti Fatih Terim replaced at AC Milan. Under her care, the Rossoneri managed the 2001-02 UEFA Cup semifinals. In the following season, Ancelotti brings the Champions League and Italian Cup back to the San Siro.

Don Carletto achievement continues. Milan won their first league title since 1999 in the following year finished as runner-up behind Juventus.
In 2005 Milan skyrocketed in the European Champions League final against Liverpool. But Milan was destroyed in the final after losing a penalty shoot-out. Two years later Milan under her care back to face English club in Athens, Milan winning 2-1. Champions League title in 1999 became his second Champions League trophy Ancelotti as Milan coach and his fourth overall, having also won twice as a player in 1989 and 1990.

Carlo moved to London in the summer of 2009 after eight seasons at Milan after incised two Champions League titles and one title of Serie A. A year working at Chelsea, he took two degrees of the FA Cup and reclaim the Premier League trophy.
Achievement Carlo Ancheloti

1995 Promotion to Reggina Italian Seria A
1996 Italy Parma FC

1999 Runner-up Juventus Italian Serie A
2001 AC Milan Italy
Coppa Italia (2003), Series A (2004), the Italian Supercup (2004), UEFA Champions League (2003, 2007), UEFA Super Cup (2003, 2007), FIFA Club World Cup (2007)
2009 England Chelsea FC
Intertoto Cup (1999), the Premier League (2010), FA Cup (2010).

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