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Ancelotti: I would like to stay at Napoli for two more years

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The manager does not plan to leave the Neapolitans. Napoli head coach Carlo Ancelotti said he did not plan to leave the team in the near future, but intended to work at least until the end of the contract.

“I would like to stay for two more years. I am happy to be here.

“My future? A coach is always the last to know something. We always live in doubt. I know that layoffs are part of our job,” the manager stated.

Earlier it was reported that Juventus’ striker Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to see Ancelotti in the team.

“My experience shows that only results are taken into account for coaches, so it’s difficult to plan the future. I suffered when Juventus fired me, but then I got used to it,” Sky Italia quotes Ancelotti.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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