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Watch Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti murder karaoke on live TV as ex-Chelsea manager butchers Italian ballad

CARLO ANCELOTTI may have the magic touch when it comes to winning titles – but he proved to be a dud on the mic.

The legendary Italian, 63, made history by becoming the first ever manager to win each of Europe’s top five leagues back in April.

Carlo Ancelotti hit a bum note with a recent appearance on Italian TV
The legendary manager took to he mic to sing one of his favourite songs

He then followed up that LaLiga success with Real Madrid by leading them to Champions League glory a month later.

Ancelotti declared himself as the “record man” after winning the trophy for a FOURTH time.

The icon is hugely popular across the continent after his exploits in his homeland, Spain, England, Germany and France.

But he had people turning off after returning to Italy to appear on a television show that led to him butchering the popular Italian song “The best years of our life” – a hit he has previous with.

Of course, it’s not the first time that we have seen the veteran on the microphone.

Back in May 2017, he showed he’s more than just a football manager by singing a duet with pop star Anastacia after Bayern Munich’s title celebrations.

He dazzled with his rendition of Eros Ramazzotti’s ‘I belong to you,’ but he also stole the show at Philipp Lahm’s retirement party as he serenaded the German right-back.

Lahm, who made his debut in 2002 with Bayern, was left in awe as Ancelotti performed a rendition of Renato Zero’s “The Best Years Of Our Lives” on a balcony overlooking Marienplatz.


Ancelotti won his first Champions League as a coach with Milan in 2003 when his side beat Juventus on penalties at Old Trafford.

His side famously lost to Liverpool in Istanbul two years later, only to take revenge in 2007 – when they beat the Reds 2-1 in Athens courtesy of Filippo Inzaghi’s double.

Ancelotti won his first with Madrid in 2014, in what was coined La Decima at the time.

Sergio Ramos’ 93rd minute equaliser denied Atletico victory, before goals by Gareth Bale, Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo sealed victory in Lisbon.

And it Vinicius Jr’s goal that proved to be enough to down Liverpool in May to win Madrid’s 14th European Cup and Ancelotti’s fourth.

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