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EVERTON boss ANCELOTTI: "I want to serve all my time here"

12.02.2020 17.31 by Claudio Colla  read 378
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Talking to Everton TV about his Goodison Park ongoing spell, Toffees manager Carlo Ancelotti stated: "I put ink on paper on a 4-year and half deal, and I'd like to fulfil all that time, making the most of it. I'd like to stay even longer, if the chance for turns up. My goal, all in all, is to be here in the long run. This club aims high, and we are willing to be an higher and higher match for everyone, both in Premier League and Europe-wise. We are working with this goal in mind".

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