Clarence Seedorf Named AC Milan’s New Manager


Clarence Seedorf is a Dutch former footballer who is currently the manager of A.C. Milan.

Seedorf is the first player to have won the Champions League four times and with three different clubs – Ajax in 1995, Real Madrid in 1998 and Milan in 2003 and 2007.

Seedorf is known to be “Supremely fit and superb with the ball at his feet.

His ability to hold the ball under pressure and then time a pass to a runner off him makes him dangerous.

He was appointed A.C. Milan’s head coach following Massimiliano Allegri’s sack on Monday.

Tearful: Clarence Seedorf (right) is embraced by his former coach from Botafogo, Eduardo Hungaro, as he says goodbye to his Brazilian club.

The decision to hire Seedorf, who was immediately viewed as the favorite to land the job, comes shortly after Milan announced they had parted ways with Allegri:

AC Milan wish to communicate that Massimiliano Allegri and his staff have been relieved of their duties with immediate effect.

AC Milan would like to thank Mr. Allegri and his staff for their time with the club and wish them the best for the future.

Taking over a club like Milan that has struggled in Serie A play during the first half of the campaign is certainly a new kind of test for Seedorf.

Usually, first-time managers build their way up the ranks before taking over a high-profile job like Milan, but he’s jumping right into the fray.

His playing experience, understanding of the Milan culture and ability to lead as a player make him a promising selection with obvious upside.

We are sure Seedorf will do well. He only get better with time.


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