By Carlo Ancelotti, Alessandro Alciato
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He already knows everything. Caught red-handed, like Moratti and Mourinho. It wasn’t a fling, nothing happened, now it’s clear to me, and I tell him so immediately: “I came to have a meeting with Abramovich. ” I was curious to meet a major figure in my world, sure, but I didn’t feel any burning need to leave Milan. Right then and there, I was getting along fine with my team. I walk on into the sweet Parisian night, a perfect opportunity to take a few steps back into the past, to remember. To remember one thing in particular: every time I’ve faced a serious decision as a coach, it’s been challenging.
Perhaps it all makes sense, all things considered, because in a way it’s my life that’s at stake. My future. It’s as if I’m riding in a time machine, not a taxi cab: from Milanello to Stamford Bridge, from yesterday to today, from one (red and black) devil to another, one I don’t yet know. Oh, I forgot to mention, I’m in Paris, and this taxi is taking me to my appointment with Roman Abramovich, the self-made Russian billionaire and, more importantly—as far as I’m concerned—the deep-pocketed owner of Chelsea Football Club, who’s looking for a new coach.
I would make the same decision—to coach Chelsea—a hundred times, the same decision every time. Even if getting knocked out of the running for the Champions League against Inter is a regret that will always be with me. Against Inter, not against Mourinho. In Italy, we said plenty of harsh things to one another, we didn’t particularly like each other (read this book, you’ll understand …), but ever since I’ve been in England my point of view has changed. He made history at the club where I work, his archive of training sessions and exercises has been useful to me more than once, and so he deserves total and rapt attention.