Inzaghi Lined Up For Next Manager

Clarecence Seedorf spent 5 months in charge of Ac.Milan’s first team before being sacked as the Dutchman is being replaced by Filippo Inzaghi who used to be the coach of the youth team.

The owner of Ac.Milan, Berlusconi said: “We’ll see at the next board meeting what solution we find for Clarence Seedorf but that’s enough talking about the past, we are looking to the future. I’ve seen that Inzaghi is very determined, hungry for victory and absolutely in line with everything we want Milan to be. We want a team which wins, plays convincingly and entertains the fans. I hope that next season we can field a team which can start a new cycle. We have to become among the top competitors again like we have been for the past 30 years, at the moment we are between one cycle and another.”

Inzaghi remained being a player of Ac.Milan for 12 seasons as he made over 200 league goals for the Italian club and scored on 73 occasions. Bringing back former players and turning them into staff members of the club is something that Ac.Milan has recently started doing and they will continue that trend by turning Inzaghi into the manager of the first team as he replaces Clarence Seedorf who despite only had 5 months as the coach, he made a significant impact and overall helped the club avoid the bottom spots of Serie A during the previous season but it wasn’t enough for him to secure his position in the club.

Ac.Milan released a statement in which they said: “Clarence Seedorf has been dismissed. Filippo Inzaghi has been appointed as first-team coach, and is under contract until 30 June 2016.”

Seedorf announced his retirement from playing football when he was a player of Botafogo earlier in January as he decided to hang up his boots in order to have enough time to take up the managerial position at Ac.Milan but now that he was sacked, it remains unclear what the Dutchman will be doing from now on.