• Welcome to The Everton Forum!

    You appear to be browsing The Everton Forum as a guest user. Did you know that if you sign up with an account, you get access to all kinds of additional priviledges, and are then able to join the discussions? You will also be able to tap into the full suite of tools and information that The Everton Forum has to offer.


    Already a member? Login Now!

Management Carlo Ancelotti

Mike

Formerly Just Mike & Micky

Ancelotti, sacked as manager of Napoli on Tuesday night, is understood to be keen on a return to the Premier League and the Blues' power-brokers are weighing up a move for the 60-year-old Italian.

Majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri is deliberating over the appointment of what will be the fourth permanent manager since he arrived at Goodison and knows the importance of finding the right man after sacking Ronald Koeman, Sam Allardyce and Silva.

But the ECHO understands that, despite reports earlier this week, director of football Marcel Brands is also at the heart of the club's search.

It had been suggested that Brands was not as central to finding a successor as expected for Silva but it is believed he remains integral to the process alongside Moshiri.

But for the time being Ferguson, who oversaw a win over Chelsea last weekend that took the Blues out of the bottom three, will remain in temporary charge of the team.

At this stage, and with Everton still considering their options, Ferguson is expected to be in the dugout for next week's Carabao Cup quarter-final with Leicester City at Goodison.
 

Mick Blue

Pervert & possible Love Islander

aberonn

TEF Member
First off, I'll say of all the (mostly shite) names we've been linked with I'd prefer Ancelotti over the vast majority. BUT, he certainly has lost some of his lustre in recent years and will come with some question marks.

I've just been reading an article about him and this line about how excited Napoli fans were initially can easily translate to how we will feel should it happen.....'The manager’s mere status immediately fed the fans’ most lucid dreams'

But as time went on fans became more unsure....'When Napoli just edged this campaign’s opener against Fiorentina with a dramatic 4-3 win and went on to trail 3-0 against Juventus after 62 minutes, it seemed already apparent how the prospects of a title-winning season were all but unrealistic unless Ancelotti intervened immediately. Despite the difficulties, though, the manager chose to stick to his ideas,

Napoli’s brand of football under Ancelotti was extremely ambitious and it now appears to have been faced with the limitations of a manager unable to efficiently organize the instructions required from his side. In this sense, it is interesting to notice how each of Ancelotti’s second seasons have seen a dip in performance related to the excessive normalization of the previous manager’s strategy.

During his first seasons, Ancelotti likely uses the work of his predecessors to maintain some foundations in the gradual process of implementing some of his adjustments. Ultimately though, the process has once again failed to meet the desired objectives and has, after Bayern’s complaints earlier, triggered Napoli’s players’ criticism of the Italian manager’s training methods. If the level of the players had previously somewhat hidden Ancelotti’s flaws, at Napoli he did not find the same world-class groups he managed in the past. Meaning that the results have not aligned with precedent managerial spells due to the individuals’ inability to guarantee consistent outcomes over an entire season
 

BraintreeBlue

TEF Member
i dont care what it says.. never ever quote the sun ffs.


theres two others you could have used.
 

AngusYoung

TEF Member
First off, I'll say of all the (mostly shite) names we've been linked with I'd prefer Ancelotti over the vast majority. BUT, he certainly has lost some of his lustre in recent years and will come with some question marks.

I've just been reading an article about him and this line about how excited Napoli fans were initially can easily translate to how we will feel should it happen.....'The manager’s mere status immediately fed the fans’ most lucid dreams'

But as time went on fans became more unsure....'When Napoli just edged this campaign’s opener against Fiorentina with a dramatic 4-3 win and went on to trail 3-0 against Juventus after 62 minutes, it seemed already apparent how the prospects of a title-winning season were all but unrealistic unless Ancelotti intervened immediately. Despite the difficulties, though, the manager chose to stick to his ideas,

Napoli’s brand of football under Ancelotti was extremely ambitious and it now appears to have been faced with the limitations of a manager unable to efficiently organize the instructions required from his side. In this sense, it is interesting to notice how each of Ancelotti’s second seasons have seen a dip in performance related to the excessive normalization of the previous manager’s strategy.

During his first seasons, Ancelotti likely uses the work of his predecessors to maintain some foundations in the gradual process of implementing some of his adjustments. Ultimately though, the process has once again failed to meet the desired objectives and has, after Bayern’s complaints earlier, triggered Napoli’s players’ criticism of the Italian manager’s training methods. If the level of the players had previously somewhat hidden Ancelotti’s flaws, at Napoli he did not find the same world-class groups he managed in the past. Meaning that the results have not aligned with precedent managerial spells due to the individuals’ inability to guarantee consistent outcomes over an entire season
I seem to remember it all turning very sour the second season at Bayern.

No Davey Moyes
 

Heath

TEF Member
It's a yes from me for Ancelotti. Kean may even get to play more games; I read somewhere that Ancelotti is a big fan of the lad.

Other than when he managed AC Milan for nine years, Ancelotti has not stayed with a club (for whatever reason) for more than two seasons. So he should be a perfect fit for the managerial revolving-door system we've developed.
 

bluerinse

Moderator
I don't think he'll take the job. But, if we can persuade him to, then surely it has to be done.

I understand what many have said about him being a guy who gets the extra 1% out of already good teams and not being used to taking on a project like ours, but it's more than just that. It's what it does for the stature of the club to outsiders, what it does for the supporters, what it does for the players currently here and elsewhere who he might attract.

Everton fans could genuinely throw our manager in the debate about whose is the best in the country. When was the last time that happened? Our manager would hands down trump that of Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea.

From what I've read, Carlo is a man management guy who sprinkles the fairy dust on top like Alex Ferguson was. His coaches are the guys who do the nitty gritty on the training pitch while he watches on. Having worked all over Europe at top clubs, he'll have a raft of coaches who would be happy to come with him.

He'd be expensive, his team would be expensive, he'd probably want money to spend, but if he's happy to take it I think we have to give it to him.

I also think, when we read about Moshiri being a dreamer. He's a guy that screams Moshiri's name. A man who gets us on the map.
 

aberonn

TEF Member
Should point out, I've seen a few shouts on twitter for Ancelotti as boss with big Dunc as assistant - not gonna happen. Ancelotti has his own son as assistant manager, in fact he has quite a few family members involved in his set ups. Dunc will be back to what he was under Silva.

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/MirrorWwe/status/768086700228808705

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/2WheelTonio/status/999706645084033024

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/juansoccer2014/status/388436493628227584

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/SamuelExton/status/768440675981328384
 

german-evertonian

TEF Member
Should point out, I've seen a few shouts on twitter for Ancelotti as boss with big Dunc as assistant - not gonna happen. Ancelotti has his own son as assistant manager, in fact he has quite a few family members involved in his set ups. Dunc will be back to what he was under Silva.

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/MirrorWwe/status/768086700228808705

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/2WheelTonio/status/999706645084033024

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/juansoccer2014/status/388436493628227584

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/SamuelExton/status/768440675981328384
he can take his granny with him, i dont give a fuck
 

Heath

TEF Member
Should point out, I've seen a few shouts on twitter for Ancelotti as boss with big Dunc as assistant - not gonna happen. Ancelotti has his own son as assistant manager, in fact he has quite a few family members involved in his set ups. Dunc will be back to what he was under Silva.

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/MirrorWwe/status/768086700228808705

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/2WheelTonio/status/999706645084033024

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/juansoccer2014/status/388436493628227584

View: https://mobile.twitter.com/SamuelExton/status/768440675981328384

Didn't Ronny Koeman have his brother working with him when he was our manager?
 

kev1

Mortgage Nonce/Football Dunce
Don’t want him. He’s a name as much as Pellegrini is a name but he’s past it and it’s one final pay day for him.
I’d much rather have a young hungry manager who wants to build a dynasty at the club and turn this shit bollocks around.
It’s the equivalent of signing Gaza or Ginola when we did.
There’s also no way he’d chose us over Arsenal so if it is us it’s because Arsenal don’t want him.
Give it to Dunc for next few months and let’s see what he can do.
 

Kim Jong-un

TEF Member
Don’t want him. He’s a name as much as Pellegrini is a name but he’s past it and it’s one final pay day for him.
I’d much rather have a young hungry manager who wants to build a dynasty at the club and turn this shit bollocks around.
It’s the equivalent of signing Gaza or Ginola when we did.
There’s also no way he’d chose us over Arsenal so if it is us it’s because Arsenal don’t want him.
Give it to Dunc for next few months and let’s see what he can do.

You wanted Moyes back the other week, ffs.
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 1, Guests: 3)

  • Top