CARLO ANCELOTTI THE BEAUTIFUL GAMES OF AN ORDINARY GENIUS PDF

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May 21, Bash Cocozza rated it liked it Shelves: Friend, and former teammate, Palo Maldini offers the forword. In harrods there was a small bookstore and after I searched for the book everywhere I finally found it.

Carlo Ancelotti: The Beautiful Games of an Ordinary Genius by Carlo Ancelotti

beauiful Be the first to write a review. Arrivederci e buona fortuna, Carletto. Want to Read saving…. Still, if you are interested in football this is a decent enough read. May 10, Anders Hansen rated it liked it.

Carlo Ancelotti: The Beautiful Games of an Ordinary Genius

It’s a story about a man who has win so much as a player and as a manager. Through the pages of this book we experience Carlo’s lowest moments as in bitter defeat as well as his greatest triumphs. This book is not so much an autobiography, but rather ordinaty book covers mainly stories about his time as a player and as a coach.

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Best Quotes from Carlo Ancelotti’s autobiography ‘The Beautiful Games of an Ordinary Genius’

When you see Ancelotti by the sidelines giving instructions to his players, it is hard to imagine baeutiful behind that intense focus and dedication there is a person who can even make fun of himself and his never ending passion for food. With a preface by ordinarh legendary former captain of the Italian national team, Paolo Maldini, this book is at once a tactician’s bible from one of the world’s most celebrated footballing minds, the fascinating story of an ordinary man reaching great heights, and in part a revealing tell-all from an outspoken insider in the cut-throat world of European soccer.

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Oli F rated it liked it Nov 14, His achievements are staggering in terms of trophies and leagues won as player and coach. Show more Show less. Skip to main content. In beautifjl end, buy the book and enjoy the ride. See all 4 pre-owned listings. Olympic Games Hardcover Publication Year.

I really enjoyed the book and I believe its a masterpiece in football. Carlo Ancelotti is one of only six people to have won the Champions League—European soccer’s beahtiful coveted trophy—as both player and coach.

Best Quotes from Carlo Ancelotti’s autobiography ‘The Beautiful Games of an Ordinary Genius’

Its so hilarious that you may have tears running down your eyes, just because Carletto made you laugh so much. Milan, and was a coach for Reggiana, Ordinart, Juventus, and A.

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Dec beauitful, gopal rated it really liked it. His sense of humour is superb, he can laugh at gamew, many anecdotes mentioned here tal I simply love this man. Does he talk much about his time aboard the Enterprise, and how that shaped his insights into the future of both football and humanity? Alessandro AlciatoPaolo Maldini. Being a Chelsea supporter, I followed Ancelotti, or Carletto as he is fondly known as, quite closely.

Her breathtaking talent was further established with the debut of the graphic novel SKIM selected by the New York Times as a Best Illustrated Children’s Book of which was written by her cousin Mariko Tamaki, and drawn genous moody black and white nuance by Tamaki. Because, you know, all the players said that the dressing room was tumultuous, divided and so tension filled under Mourinho. At times the chronology ordniary a little hard to follow but they may have been because it was from the 80s and the peiod of his career which I knew nothing about.

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