Carlo Ancelotti Could Be Best Manager In Modern Era

People always have their favourites and football fans always love a good debate. Who is better Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? When discussing this era’s best manager some will claim it’s Jurgen Klopp, others will be adamant it’s Pep Guardiola, Antonio Conte will have his backers, Zinedine Zidane will get a shout, Diego Simeone’s work […]

Fading Phenomenon Ronaldo Shining In Siena

Up until Fabio Capello’s arrival in 2006, Ronaldo had enjoyed scoring successes at Real Madrid. In his four full seasons at the Bernabeu, the Brazilian hitman had ended as his club’s top scorer on each occasion. The fantastic forward had rebuilt himself and his career after devastating knee injuries had threatened to kill his career […]

Book Review: Quiet Leadership

Quiet Leadership by Carlo Ancelotti (with Chris Brady & Mike Forde) I feel so many people could learn from this book and not just those interested in football. It’s almost a business academic book. I honestly think many retail, hospitality and business managers/students could learn from the experienced Italian boss and his teachings within these […]

Everton Now Have Balance And Added Quality To Push Top Six

Everton enjoyed an impressive start to their Premier League season as they secured their first league win over Tottenham Hotspur since 2012. The 1-0 win over Spurs (BBC Match Report) was the first time the Toffees support could see their new look side with James Rodriguez, Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure all in action. I am […]

Ancelotti Could Turn Everton Forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin Into An England Star

Everton have enjoyed an upturn in fortune during this festive period. Since dismissing former boss Marco Silva, The Toffees have gone on a five game unbeaten run in the Premier League. That run has seen them climb up to tenth in the table. Caretaker gaffer Duncan Ferguson revitalised the Everton squad and that brought with […]

Carlo Ancelotti Could Be A Great Stop Gap Manager For Arsenal

Arsene Wenger has finally decided to call it a day as Arsenal manager, with the Frenchman announcing he’ll quit the Gunners when the current campaign finishes in May. Without doubt Wenger will leave the North London club a legend and his legacy will last forever at the Emirates but the club’s hierarchy now need to […]

Five Managers That Might Interest Everton At The Moment

Big spending Everton have struggled so far this term. They’ve been less than impressive on the park and they find themselves in sixteenth spot in the Premier League¬†(only two points away from the relegation zone) and that’s simply not good enough. That has seen the pressure mount on boss Ronald Koeman and the Dutchman is […]

Could Carlo Ancelotti End Liverpool’s Italian Curse?

Struggling to a penalties victory over League Two side¬†Carlisle United in the League Cup is going to do nothing but heap more pressure on Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers. His week wasn’t helped when two players who flopped under his management worked wonders at other sides. Mario Balotelli struck a vital freekick in a win for […]