Carlo Ancelotti forced to sit UEFA exam for coaching badges

Carlo Ancelotti, the Real Madrid manager, has been forced to sit UEFA exam for coaching badges despite boasting 21 trophies

Carlo Ancelotti, despite being one of the most successful bosses of the modern era, has been told by UEFA that he needs to resit his coaching badges.

The Real Madrid boss will have to resit coaching exams if he wants to continue managing Real Madrid.

With 21 trophies and nearly 1,200 matches under his belt, Ancelotti is one of the most successful managers of the modern period.

He is now in his second spell as Real Madrid manager, having previously led Juventus, AC Milan, PSG, Chelsea, and Bayern Munich.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the European football governing body UEFA has written to the 62-year-old to remind him that he needs to renew his coaching credentials.

Ancelotti’s qualification is said to have expired on December 31, 2021, which means he has been managing Real Madrid illegally for the past month.

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The Spanish Federation has contacted UEFA to seek clarification on the matter, so it is unclear whether the Italian will have to retake his exams.

It’s an issue Ancelotti could do without right now as he tries to lead Real to La Liga’s victory this season.

Following Ancelotti’s return from Everton in the summer, Los Blancos are presently four points clear at the top of the Spanish top flight after 22 games.

Carlo Ancelotti is a Champions League expert, having won three tournaments as well as league titles in Italy, France, and England.

He has been in management since starting out his managerial career with Reggiana back in 1995.

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