Carlo Ancelotti coaches a record seventh Champions League team
The Italian coach was already one of the very few coaches to have won the competition with different teams but he's written himself into the history books once again.
Carlo Ancelotti, a record-breaker
He’s already one of the few managers in European football to have won the continent’s biggest club competition with two different sides, winning with AC Milan in 2003 and 2007 and then again with Real Madrid in 2014. He’s also one of only two managers to have won three European Cup titles, alongside legendary Liverpool coach Bob Paisely.
But last night, Carlo Ancelotti entered the record books with yet another landmark.
Bayern Munich, his seventh Champions League team
Upon coaching new side Bayern Munich in the Champions League for the very first time on Tuesday night, the Italian became the first coach ever to manage seven teams in the competition.
In fact, since leaving Reggiana in 1996 he has entered the competition with every team he’s managed: Parma, Juventus, AC Milan, Chelsea, PSG, Real Madrid and now Bayern Munich.
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