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Carlo Ancelotti reveals his obsession with Netflix show as the Everton boss opens up about his lockdown

Carlo Ancelotti reveals his obsession with Netflix show Money Heist as the Everton boss opens up to ‘beautiful’ Merseyside beach walks and stays fit during corona virus lockdown

  • Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti highlighted his experience with lockdown
  • The Italian walks loose with football on pause because of the corona virus
  • Ancelotti admitted to storming through the Netflix show Money Heist
  • He also emphasized the importance of exercise and health in difficult times
  • Read more about how you can help people affected by COVID

Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti studies The Professor to help him get through Lockdown – and he doesn’t mean Arsene Wenger.

Ancelotti, who has stayed on Merseyside instead of returning home to Italy during the season’s delay, has revealed that he is becoming addicted to Netflix show Money Heist, where the lead character shares a nickname with former Arsenal boss Wenger .

The TV thriller The Professor, played by Spanish actor Alvaro Morte, is known for his strategic and negotiating skills – perfect for a Premier League manager.

Carlo Ancelotti admitted to becoming addicted to the Netflix show 'Money Heist'

Carlo Ancelotti admitted to becoming addicted to the Netflix show ‘Money Heist’

The show has a character known as 'The Professor', also nicknamed Arsene Wenger

The show has a character known as 'The Professor', also nicknamed Arsene Wenger

The show has a character known as ‘The Professor’, also nicknamed Arsene Wenger

“I watch TV series at night. One on Netflix, Money Heist, that’s fantastic. It’s now season four, “Ancelotti told Everton’s official website.

“I enjoyed watching Ray Donovan, a series on Apple TV. There is another good series, When They See Us [also on Netflix]. It’s a story of five men arrested in New York and that’s really interesting.

“And there’s a new show on Netflix, Unorthodox, it’s a short series but fun.”

The 60-year-old former coach of AC Milan, Real Madrid, Chelsea, PSG and Bayern Munich also takes care of themselves physically during the forced break.

The experienced boss keeps himself fit from his home on Merseyside during the closing

The experienced boss keeps himself fit from his home on Merseyside during the closing

The experienced boss keeps himself fit from his home on Merseyside during the closing

“When I walk, I go to Crosby, to the beach and sometimes I cycle to Formby,” he added.

“It is a beautiful area, the beach is really fantastic. It is a long beach, you can keep your distance when you walk. I really enjoy this. The weather is good and frankly it is beautiful here.

‘I like sports. When I am working I do not have time for this, so I have problems with my knees. I try to use this time to improve the condition of my knees.

Ancelotti's rapid turnaround in Everton has earned him admiration for Everton's support

Ancelotti's rapid turnaround in Everton has earned him admiration for Everton's support

Ancelotti’s rapid turnaround in Everton has earned him admiration for Everton’s support

“It is a bad time in the world, in England and Italy and around Europe, because of this pandemic.

“But from the other aspect, the fact that we can walk and cycle is important to ourselves – now is a good time for this.

“I met some supporters while cycling, of course from a safe distance. This is not allowed in Italy. I have contact with many people in Italy and they are forced to stay at home, so it is not a good time for them. ‘

Ancelotti has also indulged in his hobby of cooking at home – with pasta dishes, unsurprisingly given his favorite dishes, given his nationality.


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