Real Madrid sacked Carlo Ancelotti on Monday after the Italian failed to bring home silverware for ‘Los Blancos’. While the fans and players were largely supportive of the former Chelsea manager to continue, Florentino Perez stuck by his guns and decided to fire Ancelotti a year after he won the Champions League for the club. Real Madrid are notoriously famous for sacking their coaches almost immediately after they fail to win a trophy and the sacking of Ancelotti is not the only unreasonable and erratic decision made in the club’s history, as even the likes of Vicente Del Bosque and Jupp Heynckes have failed to hold on to their job despite achieving admirable success at the club. Here is a look at five managers that have unreasonably been sacked by the Spanish giants. Carlo Ancelotti If there is one trophy that Real Madrid loves to win, it is the Champions League. However, from 2002 to 2013, every manager at the […]
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