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Thursday November 23 2017
Robinho found guilty of 2013 rape

Former Milan and Manchester City striker Robinho has been found guilty of rape in a Milanese disco in 2013 and given a nine-year sentence.

The 33-year-old Brazilian was playing for the Rossoneri at the time of the incident, which took place on January 22, 2013.

The Tribunal in Milan this evening found Robinho and five other men guilty of the gang-rape of a 22-year-old Albanian woman.

Although this is a guilty verdict and a nine-year prison sentence awarded, the Italian justice system includes several levels of appeal.

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Tuesday August 22 2017
Kalinic to wear number 7

Nikola Kalinic will wear the number 7 shirt at Milan, the same number as Andriy Shevchenko.

A number of players have worn the number for the Rossoneri, but assigned squad numbers were only introduced for the 1995-96.

The first man to wear the shirt on a permanent basis was Paolo Di Canio, who scored five goals in 22 games before joining Scottish club Celtic.

That left the shirt free for the following campaign, before Edgar Davids bore the number for his 10 appearances in the 1997-98 season.

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Sunday May 7 2017
On This Day: Milan win 18th Scudetto

On this day in 2011, Milan officially secured their 18th Scudetto with a 0-0 draw at Roma.

The Rossoneri had to suffer the gall of watching their city rivals Inter win the treble in the previous season, but right from the get-go there was optimism that things would be different in 2010-11.

Jose Mourinho, the architect of the Nerazzurri’s triumph had departed for Real Madrid in the summer, while the red and black half of the city had secured the loan signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Barcelona.

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Wednesday May 13 2015
Milan: ‘Thank you, Robinho’

Milan have released a statement confirming the departure of Robinho, and thanking the Brazilian for his contribution.

The player’s agent announced yesterday that the striker would end his contract a year early, and the former Manchester City man is expected to join Santos, where he has been on loan, permanently.“Robinho, Milan says thank you and goodbye,” the Rossoneri announced in a statement on their official website.

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Wednesday May 13 2015
Milan plan €100m for Emery

Milan apparently want to raise £100m from player sales to convince Sevilla Coach Unai Emery to join them this summer.

The Spaniard has emerged as a favourite to replace Pippo Inzaghi this summer, although Carlo Ancelotti and Jurgen Klopp remain ambitious targets.

Tuttosport believe that the Rossoneri will attempt to raise €100m this summer by cutting the squad in order to hand the new Coach a war chest.

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Tuesday May 12 2015
Robinho rescinds Milan deal

Striker Robinho has rescinded his Milan contract, and is now free to join another club, almost certainly Santos.

The Brazilian is on loan to Santos, with the deal set to expire at the end of the Italian season, and the Rossoneri paying 40 per cent of his wages.

Modesto Junior Roma, President of the Brazilian side has been in Milan this week to try and finalise a permanent deal, and Globoesporte reveals that the 31-year-old’s contract has been cancelled.

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Tuesday May 12 2015
Galliani: ‘Gabigol? We’ll see…’

Milan’s joint-CEO, Adriano Galliani, hints Gabigol could be part of any deal with Santos to transfer Robinho to the Brazilian side.

The latter is on loan with the club, but the Rossoneri are still playing 40 per cent of his wages, and the deal expires this summer.

With the forward expressing his desire to remain with Santos, it has been speculated that the Diavolo ask for young striker Gabriel Barbosa, or Gabigol, in exchange.

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Monday May 11 2015
Santos in Milan for Robinho

Officials from Brazilian side Santos are in Milan to negotiate for Robinho, and could offer Gabigol in exchange.

Robinho is on loan with the Peixe, but the Rossoneri are still paying 40 per cent of the striker’s wages, and the current agreement ends in June.

Brazilian website Lancenet reports that club President Modesto Junior Roma will meet with the Diavolo’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliano to try and strike a deal.

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Wednesday May 6 2015
‘Robinho? Milan are not the problem…’

Santos President Modesto Junior Roma says there will be ‘no major difficulties’ with Milan over Robinho’s transfer.

The striker is on loan in Brazil from the Rossoneri, who are still paying 40 per cent of his wages, and said yesterday that he wants to remain with Santos.

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Tuesday May 5 2015
Robinho: ‘I want to stay at Santos’

On-loan Milan forward Robinho says he wants to stay at Santos, rather than return to San Siro or move elsewhere.

The former Real Madrid man is on loan in Brazil until the end of the season, but the Rossoneri are still paying 40 per cent of his salary.

“There are other Brazilian clubs looking at me, because they know there are problems with Santos,” Robinho told SportTv.

“In all humility, I must say that’s it’s normal that clubs are looking at a good player like me, but I want to stay here.

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