Monday, June 1, 2009

Ancelotti To Chelsea? Mass Migration on the Way?

Despite the months of denying that he was interested in leaving Italy for the rainy shores of England, AC Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti has left the Italian giants to become the new coach of Chelsea. 

While Avram Grant and Guus Hiddink have had good years as manager of Chelsea in the past, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovic believes that Ancelotti is the right man to bring Chelsea to European glory.

Chelesa players such as John Terry seem very happy with the move, and have immediately urged Ancelotti to try and sign players like Carlos Tevez and Franck Ribery. 

Further bad news for AC Milan fans was also present as Milan owner Adriano Galliani said it would be difficult to resist another large offer for Kaka and Pato from large European clubs. He said that many of the players have taken Ancelotti's exit to heart, and some were crying after learning that he had left.

As an AC Milan fan, this is a terrible situation for the club. The team has already had 1 emotional exit, as longtime captain Paolo Maldini retired, and now this. 

I am also very disappointed that Ancelotti wound up leaving after saying he had no interest in the job only a few weeks ago.

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