Everton, King’s frontal attack on Ancelotti: “He lied to me”

Everton, King’s frontal attack on Ancelotti: “He lied to me”

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Everton, King’s frontal attack on Ancelotti: “He lied to me”

When it comes to Carlo Ancelotti, his ability to manage the group and above all superfine champions is never stressed too much. But not everyone appreciates his work …

When it comes to Carlo Ancelotti, his ability to manage the group and above all superfine champions is never stressed too much. One of the reasons why Florentino Perez wanted to bring him back to Real Madrid is that King Carlo left great memories in all those who experienced him at the Bernabeu, bringing home the much-coveted Decima and creating a positive atmosphere in a locker room full of talents like that of the Blancos. But not everyone appreciates his work. In Munich, for example, Ancelotti had big problems with Thomas Müller, which eventually cost him his job. And also at Everton the Reggiolo coach left a discontent.

TALENT – Joshua King, Norwegian center forward, was considered an incredible talent, to the point that Sir Alex Ferguson wanted to bring him to England in the Manchester United youth academy. Then his career got a bit lost between lower leagues and not exactly exciting experiences, but the years at Bournemouth showed that King could stay in the Premier League. And when the call came from Ancelotti’s Everton, the striker had no doubts about flying to Goodison Park. But, as he explained to Dagbladet, the player feels that the coach lied to him: “Yes, I think exactly like that. But the world of football works like this, especially when you reach very high levels. That’s how things go and I have no regrets.”

LIE – But he certainly has some pebbles to take off his shoes against his former coach. “But yes, he lied to me. But I repeat, there aren’t many honest people working in the world of football, perhaps excluding some players. I didn’t have any kind of relationship with Ancelotti.” And now the Italian coach has flown away to try an encore at Real Madrid. Certainly not with the best wishes of his former footballer, because the mid-season at Goodison Park without ever taking the field as a starter scored King. “When Everton’s offer arrived, my instincts told me to say yes. But I never thought that out of 18 games I wouldn’t even start one from the first minute.” And finally the goodbye arrived. Of both …

June 30, 2021 (change June 30, 2021 | 08:07)