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EVERTON new boss ANCELOTTI introducing himself: "I'm sure we are going to to improve the team quickly"

24.12.2019 00.09 by Claudio Colla  read 594
Source: evertonfc.com
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Introducing himself as Everton new manager, Carlo Ancelotti stated: "The biggest factor for me to join in was the ambition of the club, its history, its tradition, its atmosphere. Besides, we want to improve, we want to be a better team, we want to compete, and so these are the reasons I decided to come here.

I love to train, I love to manage, and I am really passionate about my job. Now I work for Everton, it is a fantastic club, and my dream is to bring Everton in the top positions of the Premier League as soon as possible. Honestly, all the people I met on Saturday they were really kind - the owner, the Chairman, all the Board, all the supporters - so it was a really good day for me.

I watched Toffees last game, saw the team, and rounded up my idea of the team, of the squad. I'm starting my work here with a lot of commitment, and I am really excited. I want to start, and I want to try my best to help the team to be better, help the club becoming competitive, and give happiness to the supporters. Because it's been a while since Everton haven't won any trophy. It will not be overnight, but we have to be patient. I am sure we are going to improve quickly, through a bright and clear plan".

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