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 By Ben Gladwell

Silvio Berlusconi to stay in control of AC Milan until they claim glory again

While many are quick to blame AC Milan manager Sinisa Mihajlovic for the squad's recent troubles, ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti says he may not be completely at fault.
Silvio Berlusconi became AC Milan chief in 1986.

AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi says he will not relinquish control of his club until he wins another title.

Berlusconi's autobiography, titled "My Way," will be released on Thursday, and the final chapter is dedicated to football.

On Wednesday, La Gazzetta dello Sport published excerpts from the book, which is written by Alan Friedman, in which Berlusconi reflects on his near 30 years at the helm of the Italian club.

With a sale of a 48 percent stake to Thai broker Bee Taechaubol...

Fernando Torres hopes to prolong Atletico Madrid stay

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses Real Madrid manager Rafa Benitez's tactics in their match against Atletico Madrid, speculating that perhaps he could have 'gone for the jugular' in the second half.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno shares his insight on Real Madrid's performance against Atletico Madrid.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down all the key moments of the Madrid derby as Atletico Madrid notched a late equaliser to earn a 1-1 draw against Real Madrid at the Vicente Calderon.
Fernando Torres' loan deal at Atletico Madrid is due to expire at the end of the season.

Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres says he is hopeful he can agree a deal to stay at the Estadio Vicente Calderon club beyond the end of the current season.

Torres joined Atletico in January 2015 in a complicated deal that saw his former club Chelsea cancel his contract to allow him to make a permanent move to AC Milan before being loaned to the Spanish side on an 18-month loan deal.

Atletico allowed Alessio Cerci to join Milan on an 18-month loan deal at the same time, and both players'...

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AC Milan celebrated at half-time of 2005 UCL final vs. Liverpool - Cafu

Gab Marcotti of ESPN FC discusses Inter and AC Milan's poor performances, stating that AC Milan are the worse of the two thus far.
Liverpool staged a dramatic comeback to clinch Champions League glory in 2005.

Former Milan defender Cafu has revealed that the Italian club did celebrate prematurely at half-time in their remarkable 2005 Champions League final defeat to Liverpool.

Cafu's side were 3-0 up at the break after goals from Paolo Maldini and a brace from Hernan Crespo. However, Steven Gerrard got one back before Vladimir Smicer and Xabi Alonso levelled in a seven-minute spell that saw the game go to penalties.

Andriy Shevchenko could have made it 4-3 to Milan but saw two close-range efforts saved...

 By Ben Gladwell

AC Milan boss Sinisa Mihajlovic refuses to quit after Napoli loss

The Sinisa Mihajlovic era at AC Milan got off to a dismal start with a 2-0 loss at Fiorentina.
Sinisa Mihajlovic arrived at AC Milan in the summer.

AC Milan coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has ruled out resigning from his role after seeing his side fall to a 4-0 Serie A defeat at home to Napoli on Sunday.

Milan are currently sitting in 11th position in the table with nine points from seven games -- five points worse off than they were at the same stage of last season under Filippo Inzaghi,

Only Carpi have conceded more than the 13 goals the Rossoneri have shipped so far this term, yet Mihajlovic has vowed to fight on.

"The word 'resign' does not exist...

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Napoli are better than us, says AC Milan boss Sinisa Mihajlovic

Lorenzo Insigne scored two in Napoli's destruction of AC Milan on Sunday.

AC Milan manager Sinisa Mihajlovic has conceded that his side are not on the same level as Napoli, who handed rossoneri a humiliating 4-0 home loss on Sunday.

Italy international Lorenzo Insigne scored twice and set up another as the Naples side emphatically ended Milan's unbeaten home start to the season. And for Mihajlovic, the defeat was precisely what his team deserved.

"I know it's bad to say this, but it is the truth: we lost to a Napoli side that is better than us. There's little more to...