The Italian manager says the problem with the German powerhouse is that “they don’t want to change their philosophy”
Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti came to manage Bayer Munich, replacing Pep Guardiola.
After he guided them to their fifth consecutive title in the 2016-2017 season, his time in the Bundesliga team started to fall.
And in 2017-2018, after losing to Paris Saint-Germain in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League he was sacked.
Now he manages Napoli in the Italian Serie A and revealed why he was fired.
“The experience at Bayern was a bit unusual,” Ancelotti declared to DAZN as reported by Live Soccer TV.
“Things weren’t going badly; we’d won almost all of the games in September.”
“I think there was more of a philosophy problem: they didn’t want to change things. I did,” he said.