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A.C Milan: Conquering Europe

Milan's comeback to European Glory
Started on 30 September 2012 by BlackWarrior
Latest Reply on 10 October 2012 by BlackWarrior
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Milan Daily
BlackWarrior Appointed As Milan Head Coach

A new man has taken the reigns at A.C Milan after the shocking sack of former head coach Massimiliano Allegri last week. Unknown manager BlackWarrior has been appointed the hotseat at the Italian giants to the criticism of many supporters and players.

BlackWarrior played as a Sunday League footballer a few years back before receiving his managerial license last year and, after applying for many jobs, finally arrived in Milan.

Fans and players of the Red and Blacks have not taken the news as well as the A.C board, expressing their disappointment in the chairman. “I don’t even know this guy, let alone trust him” said the A.C Milan Fanbase leader.

“I don’t like this decision, but we have to put faith in him. Who knows, he could be the one” player Kevin Prince-Boateng told our reporters.

BlackWarrior will make his first meeting with the Italian media tomorrow in his first ever Press Conference. Will nerves show, or will he keep his cool? Will he, as Milan’s superstar predicted, become ‘The One’?

http://i950.photobucket.com/albums/ad343/elrinconcito/camiseta/183000/5ad742cd15633b26fdce1b80f7b39f7c.jpg BlackWarrior unviels him self at the San Siro.
Welcome to San Siro. That’s what the banner said as I strutted into my new home, feeling like a boss. I met the chairman; “Take a seat,” he said. “We have a lot to discuss.”

An hour later I walked out the door of the boardroom, having gained knowledge of just how high the expectations are here. In that one meeting I had been told my Season Objectives (Basically do well in everything) some advice, I met the staff, and also our club Captain, 34 year-old Massimo Ambrosini. Real nice lad, seems like a great leader. Anyway, it was time to meet the players.

As I walked into the dressing room, a bottle flew across the room. Everyone was chatting; laughing and joking around. It came to an end as I stepped in. “So this is what I have to work with,” I said confidently. “I’m BlackWarrior, your new manager. I’m sure we’ll get along just fine. Training on Wednesday and Thursday, 9 to 2, don’t be late.” I got used to the squad, getting to know my new pals.

After sorting out the tactics for the season, I organised a friendly with the reserves for the next day, to see how my squad plays. The result was:

A.C Milan 7-2 A.C Milan Reserves
Pato (2)
Ganz
Ibrahimovic (2)
T. Silva (OG)
Robinho
Seedorf (2)

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MOTM: Zlatan Ibrahimovic

An absolutely cracking start to my managerial career, bagging 7 goals past the young’uns. It’s a meaningless match though, and I know we have to do this well in competitive matches to really become Kings of Europe. It’s after the match I start thinking about letting some players go and bringing in some fresh talent. Don’t get me wrong, but this team is a little old. Many players are nearing retirement, and I like to have a mostly young, futuristic squad with a few experienced men out there. We have guys like van Bommel, Abbiati, Yepes, Seedorf and more who are over the age of 30. Who do I bring to the San Siro? Who leaves the Red and Blacks? It’s all in the next update.

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