Ancelotti Entrance Hall of Fame Italy
Florence – The great success achieved by Carlo Ancelotti while still actively playing and after a career as a coach. Over all the achievements that can Carletto high esteem in Italy after he entered the Hall of Fame.
Ancelotti announcement to enter the Hall of Fame Italy has actually been done since last November. However, only on Monday (01/19/2015) night in Italy he was officially honored in a ceremony that was held in Florence.
Ancelotti, who was also awarded the best coach this year, is not the only new figure included in the Hall of Fame Italy. On the same occasion Diego Maradona was also awarded as the best foreign player and defender Fabio Cannavaro was awarded the best.
Ancelotti after the award can then donate the Italian national team jersey that he wore in the 1990 World Cup in Italy Football Museum. Thus quoted from Dailymail.
While still actively playing Ancelotti recorded only three teams defending the Parma (1976-1979), AS Roma (1979-1987) and AC Milan (1987-1992). Within the total he won 14 championship titles, the majority obtained with the Rossoneri. Some of the best trophy ever he achieved is the Scudetto (3), the Coppa Italia (4), League Cup (2), the European Super Cup (2) and the Intercontinental Cup (2).
Ancelotti success story continues after he turned into a coach. Except in Parma (first club as a coach), Ancelotti has always managed to give the championship trophy for the clubs he coached. Starting from Milan (8 titles), Chelsea (3), Paris Saint Germain (1), and Real Madrid (4).
Hall of Fame Italian first held in 2011, an awards are aimed at the country’s best football figures. For the category of players, Ancelotti, Maradona and Cannavaro joined by other names that had already entered the Roberto Baggio, Paolo Maldini and Franco Baresi. As for the existing coach Marcello Lippi category, Arrigo Sacchi, Fabio Capello and Giovanni Trapattoni.