Clarence Seedorf has officially received dispensation from the Italian Football Federation to coach Milan this term without official qualifications.
Despite the 37-year-old’s agent claiming earlier this week that the new Rossonero Coach was already qualified to take to the San Siro bench, Milan have had to apply for dispensation as he has yet to have the applicable UEFA Pro license in place.
That application has been successful, with the Rossoneri today posting the FIGC’s response on their official Twitter account.
Seedorf, as per the letter received yesterday, is permitted to train Milan for the remainder of this season. It is believed that the Dutchman will undergo the Pro licence course during late spring.
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