Carlo Ancelotti has achieved something that no other manager has ever done after the La Liga season ended early with his team, Real Madrid winning the competition. He has now achieved the feat of winning every one of Europe’s big five leagues (With 3 Champions league wins and 2 Club World Cup wins on top of that).
After his 4th coaching venture at Juventus, he moved to AC Milan where he won his first of Europe’s big five leagues, the Serie A in 2002/2003, he also won the Champions League twice and even the Club World Cup once.
This was Ancelotti’s first time coaching outside of Italy, and he won his second of the big five with the Premier League in 2009/2010, he also won the FA Cup during the same season.
Moving to France, the legendary manager won Ligue 1 in the 2012/2013 season, although no other trophies were won during his time at the club.
One of the clubs he had the most success at was Real Madrid, where he won the Copa del Rey, Champions League, Super Cup, Club World Cup, but he could not get the coveted La Liga title in his years at the club (2013-2015).
In Germany Calo won the DFL Supercup twice and was able to achieve his 4th Big 5 title, winning the Bundesliga in 2016/2017.
Napoli and Everton
Between 2018 and 2021 Ancelotti could not find any silverware in Italy or England managing Napoli or Everton.
Real Madrid (Again)
In 2021 Real Madrid got Ancelotti back, and won the 2021/2022 Supercopa de España, and finally on April 30 with a 4-0 win over Espanyol Ancelotti won the last trophy he needed to complete the collection, winning La Liga.
Just because he won the 5 leagues, his career is likely far from over, as there are rumors that he may coach the Canadian National Team as his next job. Congrats to Ancelotti!