Thursday, November 11, 2010

Maldini: Ancelotti Assistant Candidate at Chelsea

Chelsea had just lost an assistant coach Ray Wilkins after the contract was not renewed, Thursday, November 11, 2010. Several names have been linked with Chelsea, or even with manager Carlo Ancelotti started popping up.

One of them is the name of Paolo Maldini, AC Milan living legend who had worked with for nearly ten years Ancelotti at Milan. As reported by The Chels Net, Maldini name entered with Gustavo Poyet, Roberto at Matteo and Gianfranco Zola.

The three names mentioned above have defended the Blues. Starting from Poyet in the era of 1997-2001, the Matteo in the era of 1996-2002, and Zola in the years 1996-2003. Zola has even existed as manager of West Ham United, the club which also originated from the same town with Chelsea, London.

Back to Maldini, a former Milan player has been retired since 2009. All his life, the son of Cesare Maldini is Milan's only defending it from 1985 and pocketed the collection of 647 games with 29 goals.

Name the four people above are considered worthy of replacing Wilkins who survive in the Blues under several different managers. Starting from the era of Gianluca Vialli to Ancelotti.

"On behalf of everyone at the club, I would like to thank Ray for all he had done to Chelsea Football Club. We pray for the best for her in the future," said Chief Executive Ron Gourlay.

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