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A.C. Milan - Kings of Europe

Taking Milan to dominance on the European stage.
Started on 28 April 2014 by MeanGreenKillingMachine
Latest Reply on 28 April 2014 by kernel
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In this story, I will attempt to take A.C. Milan, one of the biggest names in football, to success in both the UEFA Champions League and domestically in the Serie A. I also hope to contribute to the Italian national squad, with my aim being that 40% of the Italy team coming from A.C. Milan.

This is also my first attempt at a story, so please feel free to offer me any advice and correct any mistakes you see. Enjoy!
Good luck and welcome!!
Massimiliano Allegri steps down as A.C. Milan manager

Massimiliano Allegri has today announced that he will be stepping down as manager of Serie A giants A.C. Milan. Allegri commented today on his departure from the club, stating that he "run into issues" with club owner Silvio Berlusconi. It is not known whether Allegri will continue his management career, with no evidence of further employment coming from the ex-manager's press conference.

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Several names have come forward as interested in the job, including Sevilla manager Marcelo Bielsa, ex-club legend Clarence Seedorf and Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.

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Seedorf made 300 appearances for the Rossoneri between 2002 and 2012, scoring 47 goals.
Seedorf appointed A.C. Milan boss

Clarence Seedorf has today been announced as the new manager of A.C. Milan. The Surinamese born former Dutch international has now officially retired from both international and club football to take up this post. Seedorf had been playing for Botafogo in the Brasilian Premier Division, making 58 appearances and scoring 16 goals.

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As a player, Seedorf has made history by becoming the first player to win the Champions League three times and with four different clubs; first with Ajax in 1995, then with Real Madrid in 1998, and twice more with Milan in 2003 and 2007. Fans of the Rossoneri will hope that he can bring this success to his managerial career.

Milan's new manager, however, has declined to give a press conference introducing himself to the media, stating that he would rather get a chance to speak to his players first.
Seedorf finally meets the press

After refusing to give an interview on the day he was appointed manager, Rossoneri boss Clarence Seedorf has today agreed to speak with the media at the San Siro about the upcoming season and his plans for the club.

Journalist (J): Do you feel the expectations asked of you this season have been fair and realistic?

Clarence Seedorf (CS): Most definitely. Here at A.C. Milan there is no reason why we cannot compete at the top levels of Italian and European football. I fully intend to realise the potential of this team and I believe that we can become one of the dominant forces in Europe.

J: As a long time fan of the club, this job must seem like a dream come true. How do you feel about managing a team you played with for so long?

CS: I am extremely happy to be managing at this level, and with a club so close to my heart as A.C. Milan. I know the fans and players are behind me and I want to thank them for their support and hope that I can do them proud.

J: What plans do you have to alter the current Milan squad?

CS: The players here are all fantastic quality, with a good balance of experience and youth in the first team. However, I do feel I need to make some changes ahead of the upcoming season. In terms of goalkeepers I feel we are weak, and have already scouted a long-term keeper in Malaga's Carlos Kameni. Carlos is a top flight goalkeeper who has really shown his ability both in the Spanish league and internationally for Cameroon and I remain confident of adding him to my team.

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Ex-Espanyol keeper Kameni signed for Malaga in 2011.

CS: Attacking-wise I believe we are a strong team, with the likes of Stephan [El Shaarawy], Mario [Balotelli] and Kaka in the side, however in the midfield we are slightly lackluster, with very few quick midfielders who can link up with their attacking team mates. For this reason I am looking to sign Alessandro Florenzi from Roma.

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CS: Alessandro [Florenzi] is currently one of Roma's best players and is very likely to form a key part of the Italian national team in the coming years. I am a firm supporter of developing young Italian talent at the club and signing Alessandro would go a long way in terms of showing that.
Italy squad announced

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Goalkeepers
Salvatore Sirigu (PSG), Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus) and Federico Marchetti (Lazio)

Defenders
Mattia de Sciglio (A.C. Milan), Davide Santon (Newcastle), Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus), Leonardo Bonnuci (Juventus), Andrea Barzagli (Juventus), Andrea Ranocchia (Inter) and David Astoria (Cagliari).

Midfielders
Riccardo Montolivo (A.C. Milan), Daniele de Rossi (Roma), Alessandro Florenzi (Roma), Giacomo Bonaventura (Atlanta), Stephan el Sharaawy (A.C. Milan), Christian Maggio (Napoli), Emanuele Giaccherini (Sunderland), Andrea Poli (A.C. Milan), Marco Verratti (PSG) and Antonio Nocerino (A.C. Milan).

Forwards
Giuseppe Rossi (Fiorentina), Pablo Osvaldo (Southampton) and Sebastian Giovinco (Juventus).
Welcome bro and nice plan to get those player. :)
Goodluck to you!

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