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Leonardo thrilled by Milan chance

Published: Monday 1 June 2009, 15.46CET
New AC Milan coach Leonardo cannot wait to get going after being officially unveiled as successor to Carlo Ancelotti at the club he represented in two spells as a player. "I have a special connection with this club, it's a special day for me," Leonardo said. "I first worked here 12 years ago and to start again as the new coach after Ancelotti is a very important thing for me. We have several young players, but we also have experienced players and I think we won't change the way we play too much."
Published: Monday 1 June 2009, 15.46CET

Leonardo thrilled by Milan chance

New AC Milan coach Leonardo cannot wait to get going after being officially unveiled as successor to Carlo Ancelotti at the club he represented in two spells as a player. "I have a special connection with this club, it's a special day for me," Leonardo said. "I first worked here 12 years ago and to start again as the new coach after Ancelotti is a very important thing for me. We have several young players, but we also have experienced players and I think we won't change the way we play too much."
Last updated: 01/06/09 16.11CET

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