Richard Williams, hands down the poorest analyst in the Guardian stable justifies Carlo Ancelotti's departure in a shoddy piece. According to him Ancelotti is the beneficiary of hand me downs while at Milan and then Chelsea. In short the double was achieved because of Rainieri, Mourinho, and Guus Hiddink.
But this is what you get posting two articles 7 minutes of each other. No measured introspection just narcissistic navel gazing.
The more courageous article would have been how Roman Abramovich destroyed football while spending close to a billion dollars on transfers. Write about how Chelsea spends the most on wages and owns close to 30% of the Premiership debt. This is a clueless owner who gets diddly squat return on investment. That really should be the focus.
At this point, Man City's owners look classy by comparison because they've continued to believe in Roberto Mancini despite spending millions on transfers and running up the third highest wage bill. They too would like instant gratification but seem equally intent on building a legacy.