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Carlo Ancelotti is a person that a lot of people are interested in learning about. Carlo Ancelotti date of birth is 10 June 1959 and place of birth is Reggiolo, Italy. By profession he is  an Italian professional football manager and a erstwhile footballer. He is currently the manager of La Liga club Real Madrid. He is widely considered as one of the finest and most accomplished managers in history.

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    Carlo Ancelotti's birthday is on 10 June 1959 and birth place is Reggiolo, Italy. His age as in 2022 is 62 years. His parents names are not known. He has 1 sibling. In siblings he has 1 sister. His sisters name is Angela Ancelotti. 

    Carlo Ancelotti is the father of two kids, a girl named, Katia Ancelotti born on 18 Apr 1984, and a boy named, Davide Ancelotti born on 22 Jul 1989. Davide served as his assistant coach at Everton and is currently with the Real Madrid football club. Prior to joining Borgomanero, in June 2008, Davide was a member of the Milan youth squad. Ancelotti acknowledged in an interview in 2008 that he and his wife Luisa Gibellini, had ended their 25-year marriage. Following that, he began dating Romanian Marina Crețu. He started a relationship with Canadian entrepreneur Mariann Barrena McClay in 2011. The couple tied the knot in Vancouver in July 2014.

    Ancelotti's memoir, Preferisco la Coppa ("I Prefer the Cup"), was launched in May 2009. All the money raised from the book sales went to the Fondazione Stefano Borgonovo for research funding into amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Ancelotti had to fly back to Italy on a frequent basis during his final season with Chelsea to see his 87-year-old dad, who was suffering from diabetes and other health problems. On September 29, 2010, his dad passed away at the age of 87. Ancelotti became a grandpa on January 31, 2019, when twins Lucas and Leon, were born to his son Davide's girlfriend, Ana Galocha. Two males wearing dark clothes and balaclavas broke into Ancelotti's Crosby house in February 2021 and stole a safe.The safe was eventually discovered in a Thornton car parking lot.It had been forced open and its contents had been emptied out.

    Carlo Ancelotti dating, relationship, Girlfriend and Wife  

    Carlo Ancelotti has dated and his Girlfriend name is Luisa Gibellini.

    He is a married man. His wife name is Luisa Gibellini. Carlo Ancelotti had tied the knot with Luisa Gibellini for 25 years when they divorced in 2008. Carlo Ancelotti is mourning the loss of his dearest sweetheart, who died unexpectedly on Monday. Carlo Ancelotti wife Luisa Gibellini died at the age of 63 years due to the sickness. After learning that her situation had worsened in the previous hours, he travelled home to Italy. Luisa Gibellini was the mom of their child Davide, who works as an Everton assistant under his dad, and child Katia. She was a sports lover who excelled at football, softball, and tennis, as well as being a helicopter pilot in 1999. Carlo Ancelotti has tied the knot with Canadian businesswoman Mariann Barrena McClay, whom he wedded in Vancouver in 2014.

    Carlo Ancelotti Career

    Just three managers have claimed the UEFA Champions League thrice, and Ancelotti is one of them. He has won it twice with AC Milan and once with Real Madrid. He is also one of only two managers to have led teams in four finals.With Milan and Real Madrid, he has twice taken home the FIFA Club World Cup.As a player and as a manager, Ancelotti is one of just seven individuals in history to have claimed the European Cup or the Champions League in both roles. Carlo Ancelotti is also well known by his moniker Carletto. He started his professional journey as a midfielder with the Italian club Parma, where he was instrumental in the team's elevation to Serie B in 1979. In the next season, he transferred to Roma and claimed a Serie A title as well as four Coppa Italia championships. He also performed for the AC Milan club in the late 1980s, where he earned two league titles as well as two European Cups, among other prizes. He represented the Italian national squad on 26 instances, at the international level having scored once in the process. He also played in two FIFA World Cups, coming in the third place in the 1990 edition of the competition and at the UEFA Euro 1988, where he assisted his country in reaching the semi-finals of the competition. During his managerial career, he has managed clubs such as Parma, Reggiana,  Juventus, Chelsea, Milan, Napoli, Everton, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. He has also claimed national titles in Italy, England, France, Spain, and Germany.

    Ancelotti represented the Italy national team for the first time under manager Enzo Bearzot. He netted his first and only goal on 6 January 1981, opposite the Netherlands, in the 1980 World Champions' Gold Cup, that concluded in a 1–1 tie. For the World Cup campaign in 1982, he was almost certain to play. However, a severe knee injury kept him out for many months. Italy won the competition without him.  In the 1986 World Cup, he was a member of the Italy's World Cup squad, but he did'nt play a single game. He and Paolo Rossi both had trouble with their physical tests because of the high altitude of the region. Fernando De Napoli and Giuseppe Galderisi took their places in the starting line-up.

    He was also a crucial player of the Italy team that made it to the semi-finals of the UEFA Euro 1988 tournament, under the guidance of new Italy manager Azeglio Vicini. He was also expected to play for Italy in the Summer Olympics in Seoul that summer. However, he was injured in his right knee, so he could not play in the competition, in which Italy came fourth overall. When he was 31 years old, Ancelotti was selected to represent Italy at the 1990 World Cup, which was held in their home country, under Vicini.Another injury in the second group game opposite Austria once more confined Ancelotti to just three appearances in the tournament. He didn't return until the third-place final match versus England, where he assisted Italy to a 2–1 victory. During his time with the Italian national team, Ancelotti made a total of 26 appearances. In 1991, he declared his retirement from international football, after performing for the last time for the country under Arrigo Sacchi.

    Carlo Ancelotti replaced interim manager Guus Hiddink on 1 June 2009 when he was announced as the next Chelsea manager after agreeing to a three-year deal with the club. He officially began his responsibilities on 1 July 2009. According to earlier reports, his remuneration at Chelsea was in excess of £5 million per year. After Jose Mourinho, Luiz Felipe Scolari and Avram Grant, Ancelotti went on to become the club's fourth permanent manager in 21 months. Furthermore, following Claudio Ranieri and Gianluca Vialli, he was the third Italian to manage Chelsea. After a 2–2 tie with Manchester United ended in a penalty shootout, Ancelotti claimed his first title as Chelsea manager, the Community Shield, on August 9, 2009.On 15 August 2009, he guided the Blues to a 2–1 home win against Hull City in his debut Premier League game. Chelsea were defeated 1–3 by Wigan Athletic in their debut encounter under Ancelotti, which took place at the DW Stadium on September 26.A penalty shootout loss against Blackburn Rovers after a 3–3 tie at Ewood Park saw them ousted from the League Cup on 2 December, despite making it to the quarter-finals. During the Round of 16 of the Champions League, Ancelotti's club played Inter Milan in the San Siro for the first time since his exit from Milan. Inter Milan was managed at the time by former Chelsea manager José Mourinho. When they were managers of Milan and Inter, respectively, Ancelotti and Mourinho had a strained relationship. On March 16, 2010,Chelsea was knocked out of the Champions League following a 1–3 overall defeat to Inter Milan, which included losses of 1–2 away and 0–1 at Stamford Bridge.

    After defeating Manchester United by a single point and breaking scoring records in the process, Carlo Ancelotti guided Chelsea to the Premier League championship on May 9, 2010.When the season ended, they had scored 103 goals, making them the debut team in the Premier League to score over 100 goals in a season and also in the English top flight the first after Tottenham Hotspur did it in the 1962–63 season. Chelsea won the Premier League at Stamford Bridge, with an 8–0 win against Wigan. He went on to become the maiden Italian manager to claim the Premier League title and just the fifth manager to do so overall in the Premier League's 18 seasons. After beating Portsmouth 1–0 in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium, on 15 May 2010, Carlo Ancelotti guided them to their first ever national double. Chelsea won their third FA Cup in four years, matching the record set by Arsenal through 2002 to 2005.When Chelsea won the 2010–11 UEFA Champions League, they did so with victories against MŠK Žilina and Marseille 4–1 and 2–0, respectively, thus making it a great start in Europe. On 3 October 2010, Chelsea later overcame fourth-placed Arsenal 2–0, thanks to goals from Didier Drogba and Alex, who netted a free-kick.

    On November 7, 2010, Chelsea was defeated 0–2 opposite Liverpool at Anfield, with both goals scored by Fernando Torres. Chelsea experienced their second Premier League loss in three games a week later, a 0–3 at home loss to Sunderland. They were defeated in two and tied three of their next five league matches, with a 1–3 setback to Arsenal at the Emirates stadium. Against Wolverhampton Wanderers, Chelsea lost 0–1, on January 5, 2011. Chelsea was in fifth place in the league, and they were in a serious threat of not making it to the Champions League for the first time since 2002.As a consequence, Carlo Ancelotti ruled out Chelsea winning the championship, claiming he did not fear being fired. Chelsea's performance, on the other hand, started improving after this game. Initially, they beat Ipswich Town 7–0 in the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge. Then, they beat Blackburn 2–0, and later Bolton Wanderers and Sunderland. They have moved into fourth place in the Premier League, but yet ten points behind league leaders Manchester United.

    Chelsea completed the acquisitions of Liverpool striker Fernando Torres for a British record £50 million and Benfica defender David Luiz for a reported £22 million on January 31, 2011. At Stamford Bridge, Chelsea were defeated 0–1 by Liverpool, but on March 1, they defeated league leaders Manchester United 2–1, with David Luiz scoring his first goal for the club. This was accompanied by a 3–1 victory away to Blackpool. In the Champions League quarter-finals, Chelsea were subsequently eliminated by Manchester United, who beat them both at home and away for a total score of 1–3.After they lost in the Champions League, Chelsea made a spectacular return in the league. They beat West Brom 3–1 away, Wigan 1–0 at home, West Ham United 3–0, Birmingham City 3–1, and Tottenham 2–1 at home. At one time in the season, Chelsea was in fifth place in the league, 15 points behind league leaders Manchester United, but they have since climbed to second place, only three points behind them, with three matches remaining to play. With a 1–2 defeat to Manchester United on May 8 at Old Trafford, Chelsea remained second in the League, six points behind the league champions with only two games remaining. On 22 May 2011, in the club's final Premier League game of the season, Ancelotti was ousted less than two hours after Chelsea suffered a 0–1 away loss to Everton. When the Premier League 2010–11 season was over, they came in second. Chelsea allegedly presented him a payoff package of £6 million as part of his departure. Ancelotti ended with a record of 67 victories, 20 ties, and 22 defeats in 109 games. After José Mourinho and Sir Alex Ferguson, Carlo Ancelotti  victory % at Chelsea was the third-highest in Premier League history as of May 2016.

    Carlo Ancelotti was appointed manager of Real Madrid on June 25, 2013, taking over from José Mourinho, who had left the club. He signed a three-year contract with the club. Zinedine Zidane and Paul Clement were named as his assistant coaches and he was presented in a news conference held at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. Real Madrid announced the acquisition of Isco for a sum of €24 million soon after his arrival, and this was accompanied by the acquisition of Asier Illarramendi for a fee of €32 million. Gonzalo Higuain, an Argentinean striker, departed the club for Napoli in a deal for €40 million. As a result of this, together with the transfer of Mesut zil to Arsenal, the door was opened for the new world record acquisition of Gareth Bale from Tottenham Hotspur for a fee of £86 million (€105 million).Real Madrid defeated Real Betis 2–1 at home in Ancelotti's debut league match of season, which took place on August 18, 2013.In his time at Real Madrid, Ancelotti ultimately departed from the 4–2–3–1 structure that had been engaged by his forerunner, opting instead for a 4–3–3 structure that worked extremely well. Argentine winger Angel Di Mara in particular excelling as a left-sided central midfielder, and playing a crucial role in the club's victory.

    In the Copa del Rey final, which was contested at the Mestalla Stadium on April 16, 2014, Real Madrid team beat Barcelona 2–1 to earn Carlo Ancelotti  his debut big trophy as the manager of Real Madrid club.Madrid beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-finals on April 29 by an overall score of 5–0, which included 1–0 in Madrid and 0–4 in Munich. Los Blancos made it to their first final after 2002, when they won the competition. The fact that he came in third in the La Liga season in 2013–14 (level on 87 points with Barcelona and three points behind leaders Atlético Madrid), marked the first time since the 2003–04 season that a Real Madrid manager had finished outside the top two of the league. Moreover, he became the maiden Real Madrid manager since the 1995–96 season to end behind local competitors Atlético Madrid. Beating opponents Atlético Madrid in the Champions League final 4–1 after extra time on May 24, Real Madrid claimed their tenth Champions League title. Following Liverpool's Bob Paisley, he is just the second manager, to have won the championship three times. He is also the only person to have claimed the Champions League/European Cup twice as a player and thrice as a manager. Furthermore, they came third in La Liga, missing the tiebreaker for the 2nd spot to Barcelona, and gained the Copa del Rey.

    Carlo Ancelotti guided Real Madrid to a 2–0 win against Sevilla in the 2014 UEFA Super Cup, On 12 August, earning him yet another European championship. Real Madrid won 22 straight games in all competitions, setting a record for Spain, in the last four months of 2014. It started on September 16 and ended in December 2014, when Real Madrid won their debut FIFA Club World Cup, closing a successful year in which the club won four titles. A nomination for the 2014 FIFA World Coach of the Year Award was announced on December 1, 2014, with Carlo Ancelotti  being named as one of three contenders. Carlo Ancelotti was welcomed into the Italian Football Hall of Fame on January 19, 2015. He was awarded the IFFHS 2014 Award for The World's Best Club Coach the following day, on January 20, 2015.With 92 points, Real Madrid ended the 2014–15 League season in 2nd spot, two points behind treble-winning Barcelona, while also netting a league-high 118 goals. During the Copa del Rey, they were ousted in the round of 16, and in the Champions League semi-finals, they were defeated 3–2 on overall by Juventus. Florentino Pérez, the president of Real Madrid, said on May 25, 2015, that the club's board of directors had made ""a very hard decision"" to release Carlo Ancelotti of his responsibilities, which took effect immediately.

    A comeback to Milan was discussed after his departure from Real Madrid, but Ancelotti declined, stating: "It was difficult to say no to such a cherished club, but I needed some time to relax. I wish them the best of luck.""He mentioned that he intended to take a year off from work to have surgery for spinal stenosis. Afterwards, he moved to Vancouver, Canada.

    Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge stated that Carlo Ancelotti will succeed Pep Guardiola as manager for the 2016–17 season, On 20 December 2015 and that he would ink a three-year deal. On July 1, 2016, his agreement with the club began. On July 11, 2016 his training began. His debut game was a pre-season victory over SV Lippstadt 08. When he played his maiden game at the Allianz Arena, he beat his former Guardiola's Manchester City 1–0 in a pre-season game. Bayern took part in the International Champions Cup. Bayern Munich was defeated by Milan in a shootout in the opening game of the season. Bayern Munich beat Inter Milan in the second game of the season.Bayern Munich was defeated by Real Madrid in the final game. In the 2016 DFL-Supercup, Bayern Munich beat Borussia Dortmund by a score of 2-0 on August 14, 2016.

    As Bayern's manager, this was his maiden major trophy. Bayern Munich beat Werder Bremen 6–0 on August 26, 2016, in the club's Bundesliga opener. Aside from victories against Borussia Dortmund, Carl Zeiss Jena, and Werder Bremen, they also won over Rostov, Schalke 04, Hertha BSC, Ingolstadt 04, and Hamburger SV to capture his first eight games as head coach before succumbing to Atlético Madrid.They lost to 1. FC Köln and Eintracht Frankfurt before defeating PSV. It was after the win against Eindhoven that Bayern went on a three-match losing skid. Bayern tied with 1899 Hoffenheim then fell to Borussia Dortmund and Rostov before beating Bayer Leverkusen. After a 6–0 away victory against VfL Wolfsburg on April 29, Carlo Ancelotti  guided Bayern to their fifth straight Bundesliga championship and their 27th in total. After a contentious quarter-final match versus Real Madrid, Bayern was knocked out of the Champions League. In addition, they were defeated 3–2 by Borussia Dortmund in the DFB-Pokal semi-finals.

    The DFL-Supercup was retained by Ancelotti's Bayern Munich on August 5, 2017, when they began the 2017–18 season, defeating Borussia Dortmund 5–4 on penalties after a 2–2 tie upon 90 minutes. It was the sixth time in the club's history that Bayern had managed to win the trophy. Ancelotti was fired as Bayern Munich manager on September 28, 2017, after the club's 3–0 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain in the club's second group encounter in the 2017–18 Champions League the night prior. Following the game against Paris Saint-Germain, allegations circulated that Ancelotti had been ousted from the dressing room. Five senior players were said to have expressed their desire for Ancelotti to be fired as manager, which was subsequently verified by Bayern president Uli Hoeneß. Since he left many crucial players on the bench and one player was forced to watch the game from the stands, Questions were raised regarding Ancelotti's tactical setup and squad selection opposite Paris Saint-Germain.

    Carlo Ancelotti was hired manager of Everton on the 21st of December, 2019, on a four-and-a-half-year contract. On December 26, he won his debut game as manager, a 1–0 triumph against Burnley at home. Carlo Ancelotti was shown a red card after the final whistle on March 1, 2020, after an on-pitch discussion with referee Chris Kavanagh, who had disallowed a would-be late match-winning goal versus Manchester United due to offside, as assessed by VAR. The next day, he was accused with misbehavior by the Football Association. Ancelotti amassed a total of eight victories, five ties, and six defeats in the league during his debut season with the Blues, helping Everton end in twelfth position. Allan, James Rodrguez, Ben Godfrey, Abdoulaye Doucouré, Niels Nkounkou and loanee Robin Olsen, his erstwhile players were all signed by Ancelotti at the end of the season. With seven straight wins across all competitions, Everton began the 2020–21 season. He earned the title of Premier League Manager of the Month in September for his efforts. Everton finished fourth in 2020 after a period of poor play. However, they were eliminated from the EFL Cup after being defeated by Manchester United in the quarter-finals to a score of 2-0.Everton defeated Liverpool 2–0 in the Merseyside derby in February, the club's first victory in any tournament since 2010. It was also the club's first victory at Anfield since 1999. Everton's statistics during the rest of the season were mixed, and they completed the season in 10th position.

    Carlo Ancelotti withdrew from his role as manager of Everton on June 1, 2021, to take over as manager of Real Madrid after the resignation of Zidane. He signed a deal with the club that would last until 2024. As a manager of teams from the top five European leagues, Ancelotti surpassed the benchmark of 800 league games on September 19, 2021. In the quarter-finals of the Champions League, on 12 April, 2022, after beating Chelsea 4–3 on total, Ancelotti led his team to the UCL semi-finals. He became the first manager in history to have made it to the UCL semifinals in four separate decades.

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    Short Bio of Carlo Ancelotti

    Carlo Ancelotti is his born and real name. His date of birth is June 10,1959 and birthplace is Reggiolo, Italy. By profession he is a Italian Professional Football Manager and a Former Player. His Parents are Giuseppe Ancelotti and Not Known. Not Known is his mother's name and Giuseppe Ancelotti is his father's name. He has 1 siblings. In sibling he has 1 sisters. His sister name is Angela Ancelloti.

    Carlo Ancelotti Age and Height

    Carlo Ancelotti Age and Height
    Name Carlo Ancelotti
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    Height 5 Feet 10 Inches


    Carlo Ancelotti Wiki and Biography

    Carlo Ancelotti Wiki and Biography
    Born and Real Name Carlo Ancelotti
    Nickname Carletto
    Birthday June 10, 1959
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    Profession Italian Professional Football Manager and a Former Player
    Birthplace Reggiolo, Italy
    Sun sign Gemini
    Nationality Italian
    Ethnicity Not Known
    Religion Catholic
    Caste Not Known


    Carlo Ancelotti Height, Weight and Body Measurements

    Carlo Ancelotti Height, Weight and Body Measurements
    Height 5 Feet 10 Inches
    Weight 74 kg
    Body Measurements Not Known
    Eye Color Brown
    Hair Color Gray


    Carlo Ancelotti Net Worth and Salary

    Carlo Ancelotti Net Worth and Salary
    Net Worth $50 million
    Salary Not Known


    Carlo Ancelotti Education Qualifications, School and College

    Carlo Ancelotti Education Qualifications, School and College
    Educational Qualifications
    School Not Known
    College Not Known


    Carlo Ancelotti Professional Life

    Carlo Ancelotti Professional Life
    Profession Italian Professional Football Manager and a Former Player 
    Famous and well known Italian Professional Football Manager


    Carlo Ancelotti Family Details/ parents/ family background?

    Carlo Ancelotti Family Details/ parents/ family background?
    Parents /Father Giuseppe Ancelotti
    Parents /Mother Not Known
    Siblings/ Brothers Name Not Known
    Siblings/ Sisters Name Angela Ancelloti
    Wife Mariann Barrena McClay, Luisa Ancelotti
    Children/Son's Name Davide Ancelotti
    Children/Daughter's Name Katia Ancelotti


    Carlo Ancelotti Girlfriend/Wife/dating/Affairs?

    Carlo AncelottiGirlfriend/Wife/dating/Affairs?
    Wife/Spouse Name Mariann Barrena McClay , Luisa Ancelotti
    Dating /Girlfriend Name/Affairs Mariann Barrena McClay , Luisa Ancelotti


    Carlo Ancelotti Marriage Details

    Carlo Ancelotti Marriage Details
    Marital Status Married
    Wife/Spouse Name Mariann Barrena McClay , Luisa Ancelotti
    Wedding dates/ Marriage date 1983 with luisa gibellini and July 2014 with mariann barrena mcclay,


    Carlo Ancelotti Home Address and Residence

    Carlo Ancelotti Home Address and Residence
    Home town Reggiolo, Italy
    House address Reggiolo, Italy


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    Carlo Ancelotti Social Media Websites
    Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ancelottiofficial
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