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Friday March 20 2020
Gazidis: 'Football will return at the right time'

Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis says “football will return at the right time” amid the Coronavirus outbreak.

Italy is at the epicentre of the virus outbreak in Europe, with over 4,000 deaths related to COVID-19.

Gazidis spoke to Italian news agency ANSA about the on-going pandemic.

“Football will return at the right time but not before this world emergency is resolved,” said Gazidis.

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Tuesday March 17 2020
Report: Maldini destined to leave

CEO Ivan Gazidis has reportedly taken over the sporting department at Milan and technical director Paolo Maldini seems destined to follow Zvonimir Boban out the door.

The Croatian sporting director Boban was sacked by Milan after publicly criticising CEO Ivan Gazidis for contacting Red Bull director Ralf Rangnick behind his and Maldini's back.

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Monday March 16 2020
Gentleman's agreement with Pioli?

Milan reportedly have a “gentleman’s agreement” in place with Stefano Pioli, meaning he could save his job at San Siro through results on the pitch.

The rumours about former RB Leipzig coach Ralf Rangnick won’t go away but after the match against Genoa, Pioli told the reporters: “I’m not worried about my future.”

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Tuesday March 10 2020
Scaroni: 'Elliott saved Milan'

President Paolo Scaroni has claimed that Elliott “saved” Milan and trusts that CEO Ivan Gazidis’ work will be “rewarded with time”.

The recent fallout with director Zvonimir Boban and the rumours regarding a future deal with Ralf Rangnick snowballed into another controversial episode in a series of trouble since former owner Silvio Berlusconi left the club.

The timing was a surprise, as the Rossoneri seemed to be going through a positive period, fighting for a place in Europe next season.

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Tuesday March 10 2020
Milan donate €250,000 to support the Coronavirus emergency

Milan have announced a donation of €250,000 to support the Coronavirus emergency and CEO Ivan Gazidis insists “there are more important things in life than football”.

The Rossoneri have communicated their support of the local hospitals and in addition reimbursed all the fans who had tickets for the game against Genoa at San Siro last weekend.

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Tuesday March 10 2020
Report: Zlatan to meet with Gazidis

Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis will reportedly meet with Zlatan Ibrahimovic this week, to illustrate his plans for the Rossoneri and try to convince the Swedish star.

La Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Nicolò Schira writes that the former Sweden international has asked for clarification and will meet with the CEO this week, in search of answers.

The 38-year-old arrived from LA Galaxy in January and has helped lift the mood at San Siro in 2020 and it looked like the Rossoneri were heading consistently in the right directions.

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Sunday March 8 2020
Pioli: 'Milan chaos is no alibi'

Stefano Pioli refused to allow Milan “alibis” after their home defeat to Genoa and confessed there is not much he can do about the “chaos” at his club.

“Clearly, playing without a crowd isn’t football. That is true for all the teams, even more so for the hosts,” the coach told DAZN following a 2-1 defeat.

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Sunday March 8 2020
Scaroni: 'Milan stand with Gazidis'

President Paolo Scaroni “stands with our CEO Ivan Gazidis” after the latest row with sacked Zvonimir Boban. “The interests of Milan must always be above those of individuals.”

Chief Football Officer Boban was fired yesterday due to his public criticism of Gazidis, claiming the CEO had “gone behind our backs” to contact coach Ralf Rangnick for next season.

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Sunday March 8 2020
Boban: 'Milan deal with Rangnick in Dec'

Zvonimir Boban is not going quietly, hitting out at the “dictatorship” at Milan and insisting Ivan Gazidis “had closed a deal with Ralf Rangnick in December.”

The Chief Football Officer was fired on Saturday, largely due to the interview he gave with La Gazzetta dello Sport in which he said CEO Gazidis had “gone behind our backs” in contacting Rangnick.

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Sunday March 8 2020
Milan a dysfunctional family

Zvonimir Boban's sacking is just the tip of the iceberg, as Vijay Rahaman looks into the utter chaos that is the current Milan management.

AC Milan has always prided itself on being a "family club", but right now this legendary sporting institution is tearing itself apart, taking valuable attention away from on-field issues that still need fixing.

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