Ancelotti seemed to go from one extreme to another as Napoli were swept aside.
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Football coaching can be a thankless task, as Napoli's Carlo Ancelotti found out Monday when he was criticized for doing exactly what his predecessor Maurizio Sarri was chastized for failing to do. Sarri led Napoli to two Serie A second places and one third place during three seasons in charge, making them the team most likely to dethrone Juventus, who have won seven successive titles. He also made them the most eye-catching team in Serie A.Ancelotti, in only his third game in charge Sunday, appeared to go from one extreme to the other as he unceremoniously dropped team captain Marek Hamsik and forward Jose Callejon from his team to face Sampdoria.
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