Jose Mourinho vs Carlo Ancelotti vs Antonio Conte

Jamie Sanderson April 5, 2017 News 0 Comments

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The Special One

Jose Mourinho won the English Premier League with Chelsea in the 2004/05 season. The self-proclaimed “special one” did this with a team that was complete. A team that had high calibre players including Claude Makelele and Frank Lampard in the centre. Arjen Robben and Damien Duff at the wings. And a solid back led by John Terry. It was team that would rarely concede in 90 minutes but had players who could score. By the end of the season Lampard with 13 goals was the team’s highest goal score. That season the blues only conceded 15 goals. Did you know that sports betting has expanded to non-athletic event, you can now place your betting on other things besides sport for more information visit sun vegas and get more information on sports betting.

The Future

Antonio Conte left the Italy national team after Euro 2016. Since joining the London based team the manager has had a good season by all accounts. He managed to do this by having a well drilled team. A team that is solid defensively but is a danger going forward. Like in the team that won the league with Jose the wing-backs provide great attacking options. All the players in the team know their jobs. This and a steady formation have been the formula to winning games. This season his team seems to have the consistency to finish the league on top. It would be a fools bet to wager against them. But the greats odds offered at the top online gambling sites make it a very tempting bet for more information on betting visit www.onlinepokies.site.

The Past

Carlo Ancelotti came from the Italian Serie A to lead the blues to the 2009/10 EPL title. Frequently described as a players’ manager he has the ability to get the best from his players. As a manager, he had the brilliance to change the formation to suit his players. He could get the team to click which is what wins matches. The Full backs had full freedom to go forward. This contributed to some of the crazy score lines. That season Drogba finished with a tally of 29 goals. This was his highest total ever. Ancelotti’s team conceded more goals than Mourinho’s league winning team.

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