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David Seaman announces who he wants to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal

Former Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman wants Carlo Ancelotti to take over at Arsenal next season.

Arsene Wenger announced on Friday that he will be leaving the club at the end of the season in a decision that most expected after a poor campaign which sees the Gunners currently sixth in the… 237 more words

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Carlo Ancelotti prefers Arsenal job over Chelsea return

Carlo Ancelotti would prefer to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal rather than return to Chelsea for a second spell, according to reports.

Wenger made the shock announcement that he would end his 22-year reign at Arsenal on Friday, having won three… 261 more words

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Carlo Ancelotti sends message to Arsenal about replacing Arsene Wenger

Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed he would be open to becoming Arsenal‘s next manager after Arsene Wenger leaves the club.

Wenger, who still had a year remaining on his contract, has decided to call time on his 22-year stint at Arsenal at the end of the season. 224 more words

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Next Arsenal manager odds make former Chelsea boss favourite to replace Arsene Wenger

Arsenal have confirmed that Arsene Wenger will step down at the end of the season and attention has immediately turned to who will replace him. 431 more words

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The Managers: Ray Wilkins

Premier League Clubs Managed: Queens Park Rangers (1994-1996)

One of football’s all-round nice guys, the game has been left in mourning after the tragic death of Ray Wilkins. 1,486 more words

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Carlo Ancelotti puts Chelsea and Arsenal on red alert by hinting at Premier League return

Carlo Ancelotti has hinted he’s waiting for the right Premier League job by postponing talks with the Italian national team until the summer.

The Italian has been out of work since being sacked by… 257 more words

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Ancelotti to coach Beckham's MLS team in Miami?

After moving to Miami full time, David Beckham is reportedly looking at appointing Carlo Ancelotti as the first-ever manager of his Miami franchise in Major League Soccer. 333 more words

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