Protagonista di numerosi successi da giocatore e da allenatore con le più grandi squadre d'Italia e d'Europa, Carlo Ancelotti fa ufficialmente parte della storia. Preferisco la Coppa: Vita, partite e miracoli di un normale fuoriclasse (Italian Edition) eBook: Carlo Ancelotti: fernlowlitiltsi.tk: Kindle-Shop. [Carlo Ancelotti; Alessandro Alciato] -- Recounts the life and career of the soccer coach who won Kindle eBook Notes: Translation of: Preferisco la coppa.
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An entertaining, revealing and controversial autobiography of one of the most respected figures in football - Carlo Ancelotti.
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Primary Entity http: Book , schema: MediaObject , schema: This malformed URI has been treated as a string - 'http: His wit, irony, touches of arrogance, poetic license, crudeness and humor were all captured. The Italians have a saying, 'The translator is a traitor. Let's now see what happens between the opening and closing whistles. He has a biting wit and at times, takes a few shots at people in Italian football with the same accuracy as his patented passes and free kicks.
Whatever the explanation, he never picked me and it really got me down. I lost count of the number of times I wanted to say to him, 'you know where you can stick that roar that made you famous' but, being a well-mannered person, I always stopped myself in time.
It clearly displayed his humor, use of irony and wit: " 'Andrea, my friend, you're not going anywhere. That made me smile, thinking it had been just as well hidden as Monica Lewinsky under Bill Clinton's desk in the Oval Office every now and again I'm carried away by these crazy trains of thought.
A contract then appeared from the case, with Mr. Bic Galliani adding, 'You're not leaving, because you're going to sign this. It's for five years, and we've left the salary details blank so you can write in whatever you like. Pirlo took it very personally which might explain his decision to transfer to Milan's arch rivals, Juventus.
For example, he had specific chapters about Andrea Agnelli and Antonio Conte, respectively, from Juventus. Not that he diminished his stellar years with Milan; however, that experience comes off as nine splendid seasons and one to be forgotten which hastened his departure.
He's got a different role in mind for you. Still in midfield, but on the left. If the sea's deep, a fish can breathe There's a three-year deal on the table at Juventus. Thanks for everything, Andrea. It is rare for a famous Italian player, and perhaps other well-known athletes, to share such things outside of the sacred confines of the changing room.
Whether the principals in these conversations gave permission to disclose such conversations was not provided. Perhaps it was done for shock value to grab your attention. You may ask, as I did, why would they start an autobiography there and not from a more positive point in his life?
That was one area where readers might yearn for more details to better understand environments that produced the player and the man. Here were a few insights into his early years: "From a young age, I knew I was a better player than the others, and for that very reason tongues were soon wagging.
Spurred on by their jealousy, they'd say it deliberately loudly, trying to provoke a reaction. They didn't realize they were actually paying me the biggest compliment. Maradona, for fuck's sake! I say playing for them, but in actual fact they were playing against me. Strange: I'd shouted it loudly, and my Italian was pretty good. A silence so deafening that I could hear my words echoing around They were treating me like some kind of leper, just because I was better than them at football.
Pictures A brief interview with English subtitles. There was an assortment of pictures from his early life through his playing career. One of my favorites was Pirlo and Alessandro Nesta, and was captioned, "Friend, brother, teammate, roomie.
Other Notable Quotes Network. It's truly a priceless privilege. I've worked with a lot of coaches in my time, and he's the one who surprised me the most. One little speech, a few simple words, was all it took to win me over