I don’t fear for my Chelsea job, says AncelottiBy ANI
Saturday, December 11, 2010
LONDON - Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has said that he doesn’t fears for his job, and added that the club has cash available for next month’s transfer window.
Poor form has left Chelsea and the boss facing their ‘destiny’ in the next three Premier League games.
Chelsea face Tottenham tomorrow, followed by Manchester United and Arsenal, The Sun reports.
Ancelotti held crunch talks with owner Roman Abramovich to secure funding for boosting a squad, which suddenly looks weak.
“We spoke about the situation of the team. If we need to improve our squad in January, the owner is available for us to do this.
“But now’s not the time to think about this. We have to play with these players against Tottenham. Our aim for now is the three games against Tottenham, United and Arsenal. Our destiny passes through these games,” The Sun quoted Ancelotti, as saying.
“The next games will show if we are able to fight for the title. My destiny is the same as the destiny for my players. I don’t fear for my job. I feel I have the total support of my players, which is very important. I feel I have the total support of my club,” he said.
“I am an optimist that everything will be OK for this season. I spoke with Roman after the game and he gave me total support. He understood the problem of the team. He’s doing his best to give every one of us at the club, my players and my staff, his total support. I have trust in him and I think he has trust in me,” Ancelotti added.
Ancelotti is Abramovich’s sixth manager in seven years at Stamford Bridge. (ANI)