Carlo Ancelotti on his priorities as a Real Madrid Manager
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has opened up on his priorities as a manager of the Los Blancos.
Carlo Ancelotti led Real Madrid to their fourteenth Champions league trophy last season when they defeated Liverpool by a goal to nil in the final at Parc de Princes
Speaking on Diario As, he made it clear that he always wanted to win the champions league
“I always wanted to win the Champions League. The league is very important, but the Champions League is more important. They are different. One is of 38 games and the other many fewer. Sometimes a knockout is of 180 minutes. There the small details matter.”
“It’s not luck or bad luck. Sometimes speaking about luck hides the problems you have and the merit of the rival. If I say that we had bad luck against Osasuna it means that I hide the problems that we had with the ball and the good match of the opponent.”
It should be pointed out that Ancelotti did do exactly that, as did Antonio Rudiger, following their match against Osasuna.
“Speaking about small details is important, in the Champions League they can score against you three times in just a few minutes, as has happened to me. It can also happen to you in a semi-final. The small details are controlled with a strong mentality. Real Madrid are the team that have taken care of these details most.”
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