VIDEO SPECIAL: New Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti as you've never seen him before

03 June 2009 10:37
Expect plenty of theatrics during Carlo Ancelotti's reign at Chelsea if his movie cameos are anything to go by.[LNB]The new Blues boss might have made his name in the world of football - but he has also appeared on the silver screen.[LNB]Ancelotti, who left AC Milan this week to take over at Stamford Bridge, has featured in three football-themed films.[LNB] Man of many talents: Carlo Ancelotti is not just a football guy[LNB]The Italian's most notable role was as part of a team of devils who took on a side of angels in the 1983 release Don Camillo, which starred Terence Hill.[LNB]'In Don Camillo, I play for a communist football team owned by the village mayor Peppone, the great rival of Don Camillo,' revealed Ancelotti.[LNB]'It was just a football match between angels and demons. I was really happy to be in this film as Don Camillo was born in Brescello, just 10 kilometres from where I was born.[LNB]'It is a story well known in my area of Emilia-Romagna. I have great memories of that experience, even if I was able to speak to Terence Hill for only five minutes. But we are talking about a film that is 25 years old!'[LNB]Watch Ancelotti below in Don Camillo - he comes on a sub just over four minutes into this clip and there's some outrageous fouling around the six minute mark...[LNB][LNB]Ancelotti, who has also popped up in Mezzo estro, mezzo sinistro and L'Allenatore nel pallone, is a huge fan of films - but insists that football has always come first in his life.[LNB]'For me, if I have the choice between a good film and a good match, I take the match - no hesitation,' he added.[LNB]'No two games are ever the same, they are unique and live. You can watch a movie 10 times, and nothing will change in relation to the first time.'[LNB] Chelsea's new boss Ancelotti in his own words: The owner can ask questions but I pick the team and decide how we playAncelotti's Chelsea suicide note: Carlo lets fly in new book but revelations fail to scupper move to Stamford Bridge MARTIN SAMUEL: Blues must follow FA lead and give Carlo his own menCHELSEA FC

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