Ancelotti: I won't cry if I am sacked
Saturday 21 May 2011
Carlo Ancelotti will lead Chelsea out at Everton tomorrow for what will be his 109th, and probably last, game in charge, and admitted yesterday he is not desperate to remain in the job.
After winning the Double in his first season at the club, Ancelotti has overseen a disappointing, and trophyless, campaign, and the rumours around Stamford Bridge suggest he will be sacked by Roman Abramovich next week.
Ancelotti said he will accept his fate. "I just want to wait to see what the club have decided. I'm not desperate to keep this job. My desire is to stay because I feel happy here," Ancelotti said. "If they decide to change, it's not a problem. You won't see me crying."
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