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ITALIAN SERIE A

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Parma 10 5 9 35
8 Milan 10 5 9 35
9 Napoli 9 6 9 33
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AC Milan legend Paolo Maldini, son Daniel infected with coronavirus

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Former AC Milan defender Paolo Maldini and his son Daniel, a current player for the same club, have both contracted the coronavirus, the club said in a statement on Saturday.

Paolo Maldini, 51, a one-club player and current technical director at the club, is regarded as one of the best defenders Italy has ever produced and made a joint-record 647 Serie A appearances. Daniel, 18, made his AC Milan debut this season.

"Paolo Maldini learned that he had contact with a person who tested positive and...

AC Milan forward Rafael Leao to pay Sporting €16.5m in damages

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AC Milan forward Rafael Leao has been ordered to pay €16.5 million to former side Sporting Club for unilaterally terminating his contract in 2018.

The ruling was made by Portugal's Court of Arbitration for Sport -- Tribunal Arbitral do Desporto (TAS). The TAS has also ordered the Portuguese club to pay Leao €40,000 for "the practise of moral siege."

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AC Milan sack Zvonimir Boban following criticism of club CEO Ivan Gazidis

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AC Milan have confirmed the sacking of Chief Football Officer Zvonimir Boban after his public spat with the Serie A club's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ivan Gazidis.

The Croatian, who played for Milan between 1991 and 2001, has been relieved of his duties nine months after returning to San Siro in the newly created CFO role.

Gazidis said in a club statement: "We thank Zvone for his efforts over the past nine months and wish him well in his future endeavours.

"We must now turn our attention...

AC Milan's return to glory under threat from infighting off the pitch

Editor's note: Shortly after the publication of this story, AC Milan announced the dismissal of Chief Football Officer Zvonimir Boban.

Remember playing dodgeball? Remember the kid who didn't really want to play anymore, and so he would race madly toward the other team, knowing that he'd either miraculously eliminate everybody or, more likely, get out within seconds, before perhaps walking off with a wry grin?

On Feb. 22, AC Milan chief executive Ivan Gazidis visited the offices of Italian sports...