Ancelotti vows to continue winning tradition in Real Madrid

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti said his team will continue to bring the winning tradition after claiming their 15th Champions League trophy.

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Ancelotti to maintain winning tradition

Madrid secured a 2-0 victory over Borussia Dortmund in the final with goals from Dani Carvajal and Vinicius Junior.

“Here there’s no danger of our stomachs being too full… tomorrow this club will enjoy another fantastic day with our fans, then to rest, the players will go to the Euros, the Copa America, then we will return with the same desire and hope as ever,” pledged Ancelotti.

Ancelotti, who was tossed into the air by his players during the celebration, claimed his record-extending fifth trophy as a manager.

Meanwhile, Madrid completed a LaLiga and Champions League double for the fifth time in their history.

Ancelotti said the club aims to “repeat the same emotion” of winning more silverware next season.

“This competition gave me fantastic happiness, as a player, as a manager,” said Ancelotti, who turns 65 on June 10.

“My target is to try to repeat the same emotion that we (have) the week after this game, this is the target.”

“I have the luck to the be at the best club in the world.”

“Real Madrid is a family”

Ancelotti returned to the Bernabeu in 2021 and considers this a “gift.”

This time, he brought his son, Davide Ancelotti, to Madrid to serve as his assistant.

“We’re a family, Real Madrid is a family, a football family,” he continued.

“There’s a healthy, clean environment. Working in a family is a lot better than working in an industry.

“Obviously he helps me a lot because he can tell me things that nobody else can tell me.”