Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Serie A: Clarence Seedorf appointed new boss of AC Milan

Clarence Seedorf has been appointed as the new coach of AC Milan, according to Sky sources.
Milan sacked Massimiliano Allegri on Monday, and they will replace him with the 37-year-old Seedorf, who won two Champions League titles with the Italian giants.
The Dutchman is currently playing in the Brazilian league with Botafogo, but his agent has claimed that he has a release clause in his contract.
Former Milan defender Thiago Silva, speaking at the Ballon D'Or gala on Monday night, said Seedorf is the right man for the job.
"If Seedorf arrives, he will do a great job because he's a great person and very serious - he will change the mentality of the players," he said.
"I'm sorry for the situation Milan are in, but if Seedorf arrives, something will certainly change. I'm sure big names will arrive."
Carlo Ancelotti was Seedorf's boss at the San Siro and he agrees the former Holland international midfielder has what it takes to succeed.
"Seedorf was my player, he has a very big personality," said Ancelotti, now in charge of Real Madrid. "He has the capacity and knowledge to do everything in the world of football. He is going to get experience in an atmosphere he knows very well.
"Milan have often made this type of decision, first Arrigo Sacchi who had no experience, then Fabio Capello... now Seedorf. Every time that decision has gone well for him. I wish him a lot of luck."

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