Carlo Ancelotti is the best manager in world football

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Carlo Ancelotti is fast becoming one of the best managers ever to grace the game of football as he joins Sir Alex Ferguson and Pep Guardiola in becoming only the third manager to win eight European and International club competitions.

Ancelotti’s Real Madrid capped of an incredible 2014 as they beat San Lorenzo 2-0 in Morocco to become the Club World Cup champions.

The Italian can boast having a record of having won three Champions Leagues, three Super Cups and now two Club World Cup trophies.

He is a manager that goes about his business quietly but effectively. His methods have brought him success in Italy, England, France and now Spain.

The Italian is one of the best managers in the game. Many quickly point to Guardiola or Jose Mourinho as the best managers, but Ancelotti is on a level playing field with the two.

He is currently producing one of the best Madrid sides in their recent history. Having won La Decima last season he is already written his name in Madrid folk lore.

Not content with that he has pushed on and his side are now in pole position to win La Liga as they sit one point clear of Barcelona with a game in hand.

Ancelotti’s side are currently 22 games unbeaten in all competitions and have scored an incredible 178 goals in this calendar year, which is more than any other team in La Liga history. 

It just proves you don’t have to make a song and a dance about the job you are doing, you don’t have to be an enemy to the world. You can go about your business quietly and still be extremely successful.

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