Facts about Carlo Ancelotti

Sat 07 November 2020 | 16:30

One of the most successful managers in the world, Carlo Ancelotti known as Carletto, has an impressive record of achievements with great clubs like Milan, Real Madrid, Juventus, and other clubs.

For every football fan, it can be a necessity to know some facts about Carlo Ancelotti. Most football fans across the world consider Ancelotti as one of the greatest managers of all times, but most likely, all their knowledge about him is limited to his management career.

But did you know that he was a key player as a midfielder during his playing career?

Facts you probably did not know about Carlo Ancelotti

Today we want to level up all things you know about Ancelotti. So today, on our list of

facts about Carlo Ancelotti

, we will talk about many aspects of his life. Let’s start with

Carlo Ancelotti personal life


Carlo Ancelotti personal life

Carlo Ancelotti was born on 10 June 1959, in Reggiolo, Italy. Little Carlo was raised in a working-class family in Italy. As a young child, he worked with his parents who were cheese farmers.

But their income was not enough for the living and could not meet the needs of the family. So he had to think of a different solution.

The answer he found was football. Like many great soccer players in the world, he started his playing career as a poor boy. In 1973, Carlo Ancelotti joined the Reggiolo Club when he was 14.

Carlo Ancelotti playing career

The next item on our list of facts about Carlo Ancelotti, is about his playing career. Lucky for talented Carlo, soon Parma scouters took an interest in him. That’s how he joined parma in 1975.

It seemed he was supposed to sit on the bench and wait for his turn to play for the club as he made his debut in Serie C in the 1976/77 season. That year he turned 18 and so the beginning of his career at Parma is considered as his professional career.

Carlo played as a second striker under Cesare Maldini. Young Italian player who was always hungry for goals played a major role in reaching parma to second place in Serie C.

But it was just the beginning of his achievements story. In a decisive match between Triestina and Parma, he scored 2 goals for his club, and Parma with a 3-1 victory managed to promote to Serie B.

Brilliant Carlo turned to a key player for his club. In 1979, Carlo Ancelotti moved to Roma and played as a central midfielder under Nils Liedholm. He was also a key player in Roma. In his first two seasons with Roma, Carlo won two consecutive Copa Italia titles. During his playing career in


, Carletto won 4 Copa Italia titles in 1979/80, 1980/81, 1983/84 and 1985/86 seasons and one Serie A title in the 1982/83 season.

Carletto joined

AC Milan

in 1987. After just one year he managed to win the Serie A title with the Rossoneri. As a player he achieved most of his cups and titles with AC Milan; including Two

Serie A

titles, (1987/88, 1991/92 season) one super coppa Italiana (1988), two consecutive European Cup titles (1988/89 and 1989/90 seasons), one European super cup (1990), and an intercontinental cup in 1989.

As a great player who had a passion for football, Carlo Ancelotti was also a regular player in the Italy national side from 1981 to 1991. He seceded to reach third place in the 1990 world cup, alongside amazing players like Walter Zenga, Franco Baresi, Paolo Maldini, Salvatore Schillaci, and Roberto Baggio.

With seven different titles in Roma, Milan, and Italy national side, Carlo Ancelotti retired from the football world as a player in 1992.

Overall, you might like to know that

Carlo Ancelotti playing career

lasted for 19 years. Time to move to the next item on our list of facts about Carlo Ancelotti.

As you all guessed, it is about his management career. 

Carlo Ancelotti Management career

Facts about Carlo Ancelotti

are getting more interesting cause we want to talk about some memorable days in

Carlo Ancelotti management career

and jog your memory.

Carletto who could not separate from the football world, began his management career in 1995. In this part we only talk about two great clubs who won the champions league title under his supervision in order not to bore you with too much information, facts, numbers, statistics, and other numerical data.

So let’s start with Milan. Carletto signed with Milan in 2001. No one expected him to help the Rossoneri to win a title. He replaced Fatih trim who had let Milan to a trophyless season. 

As his first impressive function in the 2001/02 season, Ancelotti helped Milan to Qualify for the 2002/03 champions league. 2003, was a dreamy year for AC Milan under Ancelotti, as they won two valuable titles.

For the sixth time through Milan’s history, they stood on the pinnacle of Europe by beating Juventus in the penalty shootout and winning the Champions League title.

It was Roma’s turn to be the next Milan’s prey as they were smashed in Coppa Italia final match. Milan turned into fierce rivals for giants like Real Madrid, Ajax, and Inter Milan. Milan fans never forget those golden days.

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With key players like Andrea Pirlo, Gennaro Gattuso, Paolo Maldini, and Alessandro Nesta, Milan was a world-class club that managed to win 8 trophies in 6 different competitions. All those achievements were the legacy of Ancelotti’s dynasty.

Carlo Ancelotti had also a golden era with Real Madrid. He signed with the club in 2013. Although his management career in Real Madrid did not take a long time, Carletto created memorable moments in the club.

His first major trophy with

Real Madrid

was the Copa Del Rey title. After beating Barcelona in the final match with a 2-1 result, Ancelotti realized that his 4-3-3 formation could be really effective.

One of the memorable titles that Los Blancos achieved under Carletto was the champions league trophy in 2014.

Real defeated their derby rival,

Athletico Madrid

, with an unbelievable 4-1 result. After 12 disappointing years, they won their tenth champions league title known as La Decima.

In the very same year, the Italian manager helped the club win the 2014 UEFA super cup after beating another Spanish rival, Sevilla.

Las Blancos established a magnificent record of 22 consecutive match victories in all competitions in 2014. Wow! such glorious days for the club and fans of the Whites! Another great surprise for them was the FIFA Club World title that they achieved for the first time in the club's history.

Four different clubs in one year could guarantee Carletto was the better leader for the Whites than Mourinho. But the next season everything changed and the white and bright clouds started to be replaced with dark ones.

Ancelotti did not win even one silverware for the club in 2015. So what was the solution?

for such a great club like Real Madrid that was proud of numerous shining trophies, one year without any titles would be a nightmare. So the Italian was sacked from his position in 2015. Carlo Ancelotti Management Career in Real Madrid lasted only two years.

“The job of Real Madrid coach is one where you suffer a lot over time. I remember in Mourinho’s third year, he was the coach who had spent the most time.” Said Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez, about removing Ancelloti. 

Ancelotti, Jupp Heynckes, and Zinedine Zidan, are the only managers that have won the champions league title three times.

The Italian Manager signed with Bayern Munich in 2016 and left the club one year later but not empty-handed. He won two domestic titles with The Bavarians, including


and DFL-Supercup in the 2016/17 season.

But with Napoli, he literally was empty-handed as their manager. Carletto left the club in 2019 and the same year, he moved from the far east of Europe toward the far west and joined The


club in England.

The Style of play and the situation of clubs in the Premier League were really different from what he experienced in Seri A or Bundesliga.

With fierce Rivals like Manchester United, Manchester City, or Liverpool, there is a little chance for other clubs to win the Premier League title.

But this is Carletto we are talking about. A great manager with world-class tactics. Till now, he did not win a title with The Toffees, but still, we look forward to seeing him holding a trophy above the head with the English club.

Alright, you’ve read enough of his playing and management career. It’s time to move to the next item on our list of facts about Carlo Ancelotti.

Carlo Ancelotti wife

Do you have any ideas on who

Carlo Ancelotti wife

is? Carlo Ancelotti married his ex-wife, Luisa Gibellini in 1983. But after 25 years they split. After separating from Luisa, Carlo Ancelotti started dating Mariann Barrena Mcclay.

She is a Candian businesswoman who met the Italian manager when he was with Chelsea. The loving couple got married in 2014. Apparently, their marital life is full of peace.

Carlo Ancelotti children

After reading about two women in his life, you might want to know about

Carlo Ancelotti children

. So the next item on our list of facts about Carlo Ancelotti is about his two children.

Carletto has two children with his ex-wife, Luisa Gibellini. His first child, Katia, was born on April 18, 1984. She got married to Mino Fulco in 2014. (2014 undoubtedly was the exceptional year for Carletto.

Four major trophies and her daughter's wedding ceremony! Wow!

Anyway, his son in law, Mino Fulco was formerly the nutritionist specialist and worked with great clubs like Real Madrid, and now he is a sports performance manager. He works alongside his father in law, Ancelotti. Katia and Mino have two children.

Carlo’s second child, David Ancelotti, was born on July 22, 1989. He started his career as a fitness coach with


in 2012. Then he joined Real Madrid in 2013.

David worked with Las Blancos as a fitness coach, until 2015. He has been working as an assistant manager with three different clubs since 2018.

Right now, David Ancelotti is an assistant coach in


, with his father who is the leader. As David once said he could never be a footballer, maybe it was his best choice to be his father's assistant and be as close as possible to the world of football.

Calo Ancelotti net worth

Carlo Ancelotti net worth

is 50 million dollars. As The Sun reported,

Carlo Ancelotti 


at Everton is 11.5 million pounds. He signed a 4.5-year contract with the club in 2019.

In the same year, he was told if he could have kept Everton on Premier League, he would earn 2.5 million pounds. Now The Toffees are in the fourth place on the table with 13 points and 7 games.

Turns out Carletto made some decisive changes in the team. Now we just have to wait until the end of the season.

Carlo Ancelotti Birth sign

The last item on our list of

facts about Carlo Ancelotti

, is about the Italian manager’s birth sign.

Carletto was born on June 10, 1959. The sun sign is in Gemini and the moon is in Leo. People with the sign of Gemini are talented and skillful, like Carlo. He was a successful player and now is among the great managers in the world.

People with the sign of Gemini are flexible and adapt to everything that happens around them. People with the sign of Leo tend to affect others.

They want both money and fame, and luckily they can easily gain them. These people do not want others to criticize them.

Of course, most of us hate criticism. Does your birth sign is the same as

Carlo Ancelotti birth sign

? Do you believe in Astrology? Do you think that people who born on the same date, have similar personalities? 

These are some interesting facts about Carlo Ancelotti that you probably didn’t know about. Carletto is one of the respectful managers in the world that you could barely find anyone who hates or disrespect him.

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