Carlo Ancelotti played down comparisons between himself and predecessor Jose Mourinho after being officially unveiled as Real Madrid's new coach Wednesday - and revealed he will be joined in the dugout by World Cup winner Zinedine Zidane.
Mourinho ended his three-year spell at Madrid in conflict with captain Iker Casillas and defender Pepe, and also criticized star forward Cristiano Ronaldo in one of his final interviews.
Ancelotti, when asked at his official presentation in the presidential box at the Bernabeu on Wednesday whether he saw himself as a peacemaker, replied: "I have never been called that.
"I'm a coach and so I want to have a good relationship with my players, but I don't think Madrid needs a peacemaker. I don't think it's right to make a comparison between Mourinho and myself.
"He did a certain job here; I will do my work here. He has certain characteristics; I have mine. But I have total respect for him.
"I don't know what went on here and nor will I try to find...