Where is Carlo Cudicini now?
A huge contributor to Chelsea’s emergence as a force in the Premier League during the early part of the new century, Carlo Cudicini retired from playing in 2014 after a brief spell playing in the United States with LA Galaxy.
Playing professionally for 22 years and making nearly 300 first-team appearances, Cudicini won the FA Cup twice, the League Cup twice and the Community Shield twice during his time in West London.
He also won the club’s player of the year award in 2002.
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Upon retiring from playing professionally Cudicini embarked on a coaching career took his badges with the Irish FA.
As part of his coaching course he worked with the Republic of Ireland under 21’s side as a goalkeeping coach as well as a defensive coach.
In July 2016, after the appointment of Italian manager Antonio Conte, Chelsea appointed Cudicini as part of his backroom staff. He was already working for the club as an overseas ambassador and combined both roles.
Staying on the coaching team when Maurizio Sarri was manager, Cudicini moved into his current role as Chelsea’s loan player technical coach upon the appointment of Frank Lampard.
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Carlo Cudicini: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur|
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