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Pirlo Joining New York FC Not Just for Fun
Italy international midfielder, Andrea Piro ensured football fans in MLS, notably New York FC supporters that his joining them not to become a tourist. Speaking in a recent news conference, Pirlo stated that he doesn't really care about publicity that much as his main goal is to play and help his team.
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AC Milan vs Inter Milan (1-0)
AC Milan edged their neighborly rival, Inter Milan in the International Champions Cup preseason tournament this weekend. Rossoneri looked more dominant during the first 45 minutes as they put on strong pressure on their opponent.
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Mancini Happy With Milan’s Choice in Appointing Mihajlovic
Two Milan teams were clashing against each others in China for the International Champions Cup preseason tournament this weekend and there's a strong friendly atmosphere between them.
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Pirlo Starts Training With New York City
Former Juventus and AC Milan star, Andrea Pirlo started his adventure at New York City FC on Wednesday as he joined the MLS team's training for the first time. Pirlo is among host of experienced European stars that arrived in MLS this summer, along with Steven Gerrard and also Frank Lampard.
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Robinho Introduced as New Guangzhou Evergrande Player
Brazil veteran striker, Robinho was officially presented as new Guangzhou Evergrande player and during an interview he promised to give his all for the club. The former AC Milan forward revealed that he will try hard to help his current side achieving all the success they can get this season.
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Ronaldinho Hoping to Make History With Fluminense
Former Barcelona and AC Milan star, Ronaldino continuing his footballing career in Brazil as he recently signed with Fluminense. The former Brazil international might not be young anymore, but he is still motivated to give his best and making history with his new club.
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Fournier Expecting New Lyon Players to Make Their Mark
French side, Lyon continuing their pre-season program with a friendly match against AC Milan last Sunday, which Hubert Fournier's men won 2-1. It was an important result to boos their confidence ahead of the new season which will kick off in early August, but Fournier is more keen on integrating their new signings as soon as possible.
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Capello’s Contract with Russia Ended
After much speculation regarding his future, Fabio Capello finally get a clarity about it as his contract as Russia national team head coach has ended by mutual consent. This conclusion has been predicted to happen since quite a while as many people in the country were not satisfied with Russia's recent results under Capello's reign.
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AC Milan’s Keisuke Honda Eyeing Success for SV Horn
Japan national team and AC Milan star midfielder, Keisuke Honda is already thinking about future after playing as he through his family agency recently brought a third division Austrian side named, SV Horn.
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Milan Extend Mexes Deal for One Year
In contrast with the latest media reports, AC Milan officially announcing the renewal of Philippe Mexes contract for another year until June 2016. The Rossoneri revealed that news on their official twitter, suddenly shutting down rumors claiming that they have parted ways with the French defender.
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Milan Set to Complete Bertolacci and Bacca Deals
After a rather stuttering start to their transfer campaign, AC Milan finally got things going as they are close in finalizing two important deals this week. This Monday, Milan is set to conclude the signing of Italian international, Andrea Bertolacci from AS Roma, who has just finished taking his medical and will sign his contract soon.
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Milan Continue to Push for Ancelotti’s Yes
AC Milan's ambition in reuniting with their former coach, Carlo Ancelotti remain strong as they are not planning to give up despite the tactician's recent statement saying he is planning for a one year break.
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Ancelotti Hoping to Keep Madrid Job Despite Milan Interest
The future of Real Madrid current head coach, Carlo Ancelotti is under a serious question after Los Blancos' failure in winning any trophies by the end of this current season. Rumors are suggesting that Madrid might let Ancelotti leave with several names already being prepared as potential replacement, but the Italian tactician stated his willingness in staying at Santiago Bernebau.
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