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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | August 22, 1993
WASHINGTON -- With the addition of several new players for yesterday's Italian Soccer Super Cup, AC Milan coach Fabio Capello said he thought his team was going through a period of transition.If that's true, transition never looked so good, even if the score didn't show it.Forward Marco Simone scored early in the first half, and his defense allowed two shots on goal, as Italian League champion AC Milan defeated Italian Cup winner Torino, 1-0, before 25,268 at RFK Stadium.This was the first time in the six-year history of the Super Cup that the game was played outside Italy.
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Sports on TV | September 17, 2014
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By Gabriella LaVerghetta | July 24, 2009
History AC Milan was founded by British expatriates in 1899. Historically, it has been embraced by the city's working class. Some Milan greats include players Gianni Rivera and Marco van Basten, and now-Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti. Milan's nickname is the Rossoneri, which is roughly translated as red-black, a reference to the team's home jersey. It has won the UEFA Champions League seven times, second only to Italian rival Juventus. Upon winning the European Super Cup in 2007, Milan claimed the title of "most successful club in the world" with 17 international trophies.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | July 23, 2009
Mystique will give way to history when 22 of the world's best soccer players rendezvous on the freshly sodded pitch of M&T Bank Stadium before a sellout crowd of 71,000 on Friday night. If Florent Malouda is any indication, there will be as much curiosity on the pitch as there is in the stands when Chelsea FC stares down AC Milan in the World Football Challenge exhibition, known as a "friendly" in soccer parlance. Malouda, a 29-year-old French winger playing for Chelsea, was clearly intrigued with the prospect of a packed stadium on U.S. soil.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | July 22, 2009
This is what the American Dream looks like when you take soccer and fuse it with the promise and the possibilities of globalization: Oguchi Onyewu. Of course, Onyewu, 27, whose parents emigrated from Nigeria before he was born and raised him in Silver Spring and Olney, doesn't really look at it that way. He's just a hardworking, physically gifted, hyper-competitive center-back trying to fit in with a new team, AC Milan, which just happens to be one of the best soccer clubs in the world.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | July 25, 2009
It's probably accurate to say that the final score of Friday's World Football Challenge match between Chelsea Football Club and AC Milan at M&T Bank Stadium wasn't particularly important. At least not nearly as important as the selling of "the beautiful game" to American fans, both those in attendance and those watching on television. Officially, Chelsea walked away a 2-1 winner in the exhibition, primarily thanks to a well-struck blast by striker newcomer Yuri Zhirkov in the 69th minute.
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By Grahame L. Jones and Grahame L. Jones,Tribune Newspapers | July 21, 2009
LOS ANGELES - -Did David Beckham bring the crowd down on his own head Sunday night by taunting, challenging and perhaps insulting Galaxy fans at the Home Depot Center? That was the contention of several fans Monday in the wake of the Los Angeles Galaxy's 2-2 tie with AC Milan in a sold-out friendly match in Carson, Calif. It was Beckham's first home game back with the Galaxy after his five-month loan to AC Milan, and he was visibly angry at the anti-Beckham banners in the stadium and at the verbal abuse he received from those who question his loyalty to the Major League Soccer team.
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