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Carlo Ancelotti Set To Overtake Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid Managerial Feat

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

Zinedine Zidane and Carlo Ancelotti have both managed Real Madrid twice, and as the Italian approaches the Frenchman in terms of seasons managed (5 at the end of the current campaign), he appears certain to overtake him in the coming days and weeks.

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Real Madrid and Ancelotti are only seven points away from mathematically winning their 36th La Liga championship; this will be Ancelotti’s second league triumph in Spain. Additionally, it will be the only occasion in any nation that he has repeated league success.

Ancelotti is presently tied with Zidane for the most titles won at Real Madrid with eleven, having won the league, two Champions Leagues, two Copa del Rey trophies, two Spanish Supercups, two European Supercups, and two Club World Cups.


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With just a few weeks to go, he will surpass Zidane in terms of Los Blancos trophies and move up to second place in the Real Madrid all-time standings with his 12th. Miguel Munoz, the most successful Real Madrid player in history, may be enticed to join him given the Champions League this season and at least one more campaign in Madrid left to go.

Even though he did not have the advantage of winning as many Club World Cups or Supercups, he now has 14 trophies. His nine Liga titles are still a record for any manager in Spanish football history.

Meanwhile…

Barcelona defender Eric Garcia who was unexpectedly loaned to Girona until the final days of the transfer window is nearing the conclusion of his time there. However, it appears that he may have played his final game as a Blaugrana.

Girona is eager to keep Garcia for the upcoming campaign and will make an effort to do so, even if they are aware of his estimated cost of €15–20 million, according to Relevo. With that, he would become their record signing, more than tripling the €7.75 million they paid for Artem Dovbyk the previous campaign.

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He would also be a marquee acquisition for the Catalans, who hope to use him as their defensive leader in the years to come. Daley Blind (34), David Lopez (34), and Juanpe Ramirez (32) are the current starters, while Antal Yaakobishvili (19) is still growing.

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