In a major announcement today, the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) revealed that Real Madrid’s manager, Carlo Ancelotti, has been named Club Coach of the Year for 2022. The award, which recognises the outstanding performance of coaches at the club level, was given to Ancelotti by an overwhelming margin.
This is a significant achievement for the Italian manager, as it marks the third time he has received the honor. He previously won the award in 2007 while managing AC Milan, and again in 2014, during his tenure with Real Madrid, when the team lifted the Champions League trophy.
Following an outstanding achievement of leading the team to a historic double victory in both La Liga and the European Cup. Ancelotti received 245 points in the voting process, an impressive 200 points more than the second place finisher, Pep Guardiola, who earned 45 points. The third place was secured by Walid Regragui, head coach of Wydad Casablanca, who led the team to the African Champions League win, earning 40 points.