Carlo Ancelotti named as September’s Manager of the Month after Italian boss guided his new-look Everton team to perfect start after engineering wins over Tottenham, West Brom and Crystal Palace
- Carlo Ancelotti has been voted as the Manager of the Month for September
- The Everton boss has masterminded the Toffees’ perfect start to the season
- Ancelotti’s side beat Tottenham, West Brom and Crystal Palace last month
- The Italian has also turned Dominic Calvert-Lewin into a goalscoring machine
Carlo Ancelotti has been named as the Premier League’s Manager of the Month for September, having guided his new-look Everton team to the top of the table.
The Italian masterminded three impressive wins last month, which included a season-opening victory against Tottenham, a 5-2 mauling of West Brom before edging Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
The Toffees’ perfect start to the campaign has left them sitting pretty at the top of the table, with Ancelotti being recognised for his efforts.
Carlo Ancelotti has been voted as the Premier League’s Manager of the Month for September
After being instilled as the club’s manager last December, the 61-year-old has put his stamp on the side after bringing in the likes of James Rodriguez, Abdoulaye Doucoure and Allan during the summer transfer window.
More impressively, Ancelotti has turned Dominic Calvert-Lewin into an absolute goal machine, with the England international also picking up September’s Player of the Month award.
Many have put Calvert-Lewin’s recent rich vein of form down to Ancelotti’s coaching, with the ex-AC Milan boss turning the forward into a lethal poacher in and around the box.
His team are not letting up, either, and have maintained their perfect start as they entered the month of October after beating Brighton to make it four wins from four.
The Everton boss has masterminded the Toffees’ perfect start to the season
Ancelotti has turned Dominic Calvert-Lewin into an goal machine this season
After receiving his award, Ancelotti took to Twitter to thank everyone for their support before outlining his desire to win it again.
He said: ‘This is a great achievement for this month. I have to share this recognition with my team because they started the season well.
‘We want to continue and win this award again. Thanks to all.’
Everton have the chance to continue their dream start after the international break when they welcome rivals Liverpool to Goodison Park.
Liverpool are licking their wounds following their humiliating 7-2 defeat at the hands of newly-promoted Aston Villa, leaving the blue side of Merseyside full of confidence ahead of the game.
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