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AC Milan: Maldini to replace Galliani, Conte as coach (2015)
tuan_jinn 3 years ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 175 5932

If this plan goes through... this is the best news in YEARS I have heard from Serie A and from AC Milan... the future will look bright again.

"The Thai entrepreneur aims to part company with current CEO Adriano Galliani come 2016 and has earmarked Paolo Maldini as the ideal candidate to become the Rossoneri's new sporting director.
Maldini said farewell to Milan in 2009 when ending his active career, but Taechaubol is determined to bring the club icon back."

FYI, The Thai businessman reached an agreement over the purchase of a majority stake in Milan with Silvio Berlusconi earlier this month, with Taechaubol to acquire a 65 per cent share in Milan over the course of the next 12 months

(Source: goal.com)

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tiki_taka 3 years ago
Barcelona, France 336 8835

Hell yeah ! Good news for Italy and Europe. Milan is top 5 in Europeen most Historical clubs, miss their colors in CL...

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decentK 3 years ago
Arsenal 38 2896

Really great news.

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Jimbet 3 years ago
Arsenal, Malaysia 10 1251

WOW! a very good news this is.

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tuan_jinn 16 days ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 175 5932

THIS POST WAS 3 years ago. Did not happen...

But as of this week (August 2018):

Milan legend Maldini returns to San Siro in directorial role

This is big, Serie A needs this badly

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amir_keal 16 days ago
58 2242

GOAT CB, only CB that can guide and lead a team to finals.

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tuan_jinn 16 days ago Edited
Manchester United, Netherlands 175 5932

He was a legend a definite legend to watch, always on top of hotest man on earth :D. Not only CB but Left back too (mostly).

He was the kind of defender you always want to see what he would to next or what kind of intercept he would do. Very similar to Fabio Canavaro, I loved watching them.

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He was a legend a definite legend to watch, always on top of hotest man on earth :D.

He was the kind of defender you always want to see what he would to next or what kind of intercept he would do. Very similar to Fabio Canavaro, I loved watching them.

amir_keal 15 days ago
58 2242

I barely got to see Maldini if I'm being honest, but the guy's records are insane, and with all the stories I've heard about him being a key figure to many of their Champions League titles, even when the generation changed he won things, now that's an amazing leader. Italians are the kings of defending, simple. Even today, Chiellini is the best CB in the world at just defending, like reading the game, timing and all that stuff. I rate him more than even the likes of Godin.

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Bandit 15 days ago
Arsenal, Germany 1 76

Sergio ramos is the best defender simple. If chiellini was so good he would have lead juventus to a cl title by now let alone 4 in 5 years.

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