That's why the exchange with Rummenigge and Hoeness is so relaxed!
In an exclusive interview for BILD acres Ancelotti enthused: "The first time that I have bosses who were players themselves. Maybe we can easily talk about technical and tactical aspects. "
For Ancelotti Bayern is so unique, almost heavenly ...Ancelotti in the "Welt am Sonntag": ". We did not invite me here, having to win everything"
Pep Guardiola also enjoyed the reluctance of bosses in Munich very, compared to the time in Barcelona with the pressure every year having to win the Champions League ...
For Ancelotti Bayern is the first station without the pressure of non-football professionals on the executive chairs as once Milan boss Silvio Berlusconi, Real-Regent Florentino Perez in Madrid, Roman Abramovich at Chelsea or Katari in Paris.Carlo in the "Welt am Sonntag" continues: "At Real Madrid stability means: You have to win! Always! That's it for me. "So far, the wire from Ancelotti to Bayern bosses is excellent.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, can talk to the Italian Ancelotti and with whom he already filmed a promotional spot, says: "I have long talked to him and he said he was very pleased and very happy at Bayern."
Since Ancelotti also needs no successor Matthias Sammer (48), no sports board as a mouthpiece or buffer to the bosses.
Valkress wrote:Surprising that nobody has commented on this yet :Carlo Ancelotti Says Managing Real Madrid Is the 'Greatest Thing in the World' [source]
I personally don't care but I am a bit surprised he'd be so honest about this, with him having most of his playing/coaching career with Milan and being Bayern's coach at the moment.
ottackon wrote:Ancelotti on Bayern in the interview he gave to Marca
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