Chelsea football club have become a place where football managers are fired if they perform below expectation but they are eventually given another second chance to proof their mettle.
Like Jose Mourinho and Guis Hiddink had two spells at Stamford Bridge, it appears that Italian tactician Carlo Ancelotti would make a unprecedented return to the club, according to reports making the rounds.
Ancelotti took over the manager baton from Pep Guardiola at the Alianz Arena in the penultimate summer but his reign saw the club experinced a downward turn in their fortune. He was given a matching order after the Bavarian were stunned by Paris Saint Germain 3-0 in the Champions league.
Ancelotti was spotted at Stamford Bridge last weekend in Chelsea’s Premier league game and this has stirred report that he may just be preparing to take over from his compatriot.
Antonio Conte has had a turbulent spell with Chelsea. Albeit he has extended his current contract with Chelsea, reports have claimed that the hierarchy of Chelsea do not believe he’ll see out his deal, hence their desire to appoint Ancelotti.
Ancelotti was the manager of Chelsea between 2009 and 2011, and he led them to the Premier league title and FA Cup. However, he was sacked sacked after a away defeat to Everton in the May of 2011.