In a shocking revelation, he announced that Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti will take on the role of leading the five-time World Cup champions next summer. This surprise announcement happened during a press conference when Fernando Diniz was introduced as Brazil’s interim coach. Rodrigues emphasized that Diniz’s coaching methods are very similar to those of Ancelotti, thus making him the ideal candidate for the position.
Since being eliminated from the quarterfinals by Croatia in the 2022 World Cup, Brazil has been without a permanent head coach after Tite resigned. According to the outlined plan, Diniz will hold the hot seat until June next year, coinciding with the time Ancelotti’s contract with Real Madrid expires. If everything goes as planned, Ancelotti will make his name in history as the first foreign coach to coach Brazil since 1965. This appointment will mark an important milestone in Brazilian football history.
It’s clear that Brazil has placed its hopes on Ancelotti as the man who can help them break a string of disappointing results. The last time they won against a European team in a World Cup knockout match was in the 2002 final, when they beat Germany.
Ancelotti’s achievements speak volumes for his ability, having consistently proven his worth throughout his career, most notably during his remarkable tenure at Madrid where he won 10 trophies. big. The 64-year-old Italian coach also holds the record for the most Champions League titles as a coach, leading both Madrid and AC Milan to two titles each. Furthermore, he is also the only coach to have led teams to win championships in the top 5 European leagues.
Ancelotti himself added fuel to Brazil’s speculations when he publicly expressed his willingness to participate in discussions. During the press conference, he frankly told reporters: “I don’t know the president of the Brazilian federation, but if he wants to talk to me, I’m happy to meet him. The truth is, if the team player The national team expressed interest, I’m extremely excited.”
Rumors spread last month when multiple Brazilian media outlets reported that the CBF had received written confirmation that Ancelotti expected to join their ranks. The CBF went further, claiming they have “legal guarantees” to secure Ancelotti’s appointment next summer.
However, Real Madrid and their president Florentino Perez are not people who are easily persuaded. Throughout history, Madrid’s superstructure has held the power, not the coaches. And recently, the story ended with Ancelotti’s new contract with the White Vultures, lasting until 2026. This messy incident may still be analyzed, but it is a reasonable event, when a One of the most successful managers in history continues his tenure at one of the most successful and famous clubs of all time.
This season, after struggling with countless injuries, Ancelotti’s team has shown great progress. They are currently top of La Liga after 18 matches and quickly qualified for the round of 16 of the Champions League.
Thanh Vu | 11:31 December 30, 2023