Carlo Ancelotti has quit his role as Everton manager to take over at Real Madrid.Ancelotti, who joined Everton on a four-and-a-half-year contract in December 2019, replaces Zinedine Zidane in the Spanish capital.The 61-year-old Italian previously managed Real between 2013 and 2015.
New Everton manager Rafael Benitez claims he has felt strong support from fans living close to him following his appointment at Goodison Park.Some supporters apparently against the idea of the Toffees hiring the former Liverpool boss hung a threatening banner close to his home on the Wirral last month.That incident, which is being investigated by Merseyside Police, did not prevent the club bringing in the Spaniard as replacement for Carlo Ancelotti.
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Former Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has been confirmed Carlo Ancelotti's successor at Everton. The Spaniard, 61, has been talking to the Toffees for over two weeks and has finally been announced officially.
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Gareth Bale has described Carlo Ancelotti as a “great manager” and will hold talks with the new Real Madrid boss about his future after Euro 2020.Bale, whose future has been the subject of intense speculation, spent last season on loan at Tottenham and has one year left on his Real contract.
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Sergio Ramos has completed his much-anticipated switch to Paris St Germain after ending his 16-year stay with Real Madrid last month.Ramos has been at the forefront of Real’s success in recent years, helping the club to five LaLiga titles and four Champions League crowns in his time at the Bernabeu, but injuries restricted his involvement last season.He made just 21 appearances in all competitions in 2020-21, the fewest games he has played over the course of a campaign in a Real Madrid shirt, while he was at loggerheads with club president Florentino Perez over a new deal.
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Wales captain Gareth Bale insists his side are under no pressure at Euro 2020 to emulate their success at the tournament five years ago.Wales start their campaign against Switzerland in Baku on Saturday, with Italy and Turkey completing a tough-looking Group A line-up.Bale is one of eight survivors from the Wales squad that reached the last four in France when Chris Coleman was in charge, and the Real Madrid star is looking no further than the crunch first game against the Swiss.
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