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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

AC Milan Manager Carlo Ancelotti Denied Chelsea Move in Summer 2009

(This entry was originally published on Tuesday, March 31st, 2009)

As Chelsea’s temporary manager Guus Hiddink is repeatedly refusing to take up the Chelsea job permanently at the end of the current season, Chelsea officials are now in search of Hiddink’s successor at the club. I hope, you already know that Hiddink is also at the helm of Russian national football team, and was agreed to take up the Chelsea managerial role on request of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich following the sacking of former Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari. Well, reports out in the media suggested that the current AC Milan manager Carlo Ancelotti could become the next boss at Chelsea.

However, Ancelotti has recently turned down all the reports, claiming that he does not have any interest to join Chelsea and wants to continue his job at AC Milan next season. AC Milan has not won any silverware since 2004, excluding the European Cup title in 2007, and the club sits third in the Serie A point table at this moment with 14 points behind leader Inter Milan. As they are already out of Champions league title reckoning, and are way behind from the title race in domestic league, Milan is most likely to remain empty handed this season too. Still, AC Milan officials are banking on Carlo Ancelotti and it seems that the manager also wants to pay something back to AC Milan now.

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