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Ancelotti has never had a difficult relationship with players

Sun, Oct. 8, 2017
CAIRO – 08October 2017: Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti, who was sacked as Bayern Munich’s coach last week, admitted yesterday that "in 22 years, I have never had a difficult relationship" to deny that he had five players against him, as was said by the president of the Bavarian club, Uli Hoeness.

Hoeness said that the last decisions of Ancelotti had created displeasure in the template and qualified that Thomas Müller, Franck Ribéry, Arjen Robben, Robert Lewandowski and Jerome Boateng were confronted with the technician.

"In 22 years, I have never had a difficult relationship; I just make choices and I want to be intelligently understood, as well as a society that will defend them," said Ancelotti during the presentation of the literary prize to Antonio Ghirelli for his book “El hombre tranquilo”.

"Peace is my style" Ancelotti insisted. "I have had quiet teachers: my teacher, my father, Liedholm (his coach in Milan). In Madrid, I was accused of having a close relationship with the players in Munich, not having it, the truth? Dealing with the players, I want to deal with people. It's different," added the prestigious Italian coach.
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