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Old 19-04-2006, 22:53   #1
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ROSSI GOES BACK TO MILAN

Former AC Milan goalkeeper Sebastiano Rossi will rejoin the club as a goalkeeping coach this summer.

Rossi played for the Rossoneri between 1990 and 2001, winning five Scudettos, before joining Perugia and retiring in 2003.

Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani told Gazzetta dello Sport: "We will have a new coach for our goalkeepers next season as Sebastiano Rossi will join the staff."


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Old 20-04-2006, 03:41   #2
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what are his previous credentials?
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Old 20-04-2006, 13:18   #3
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So I wonder if William Vecchi will still be staying on as well or if Rossi is taking over his role?

Good to see, though I thoguht Rossi left Milan a bit sour, I guess if that was true enough time has passed.
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Old 20-04-2006, 14:59   #4
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what are his previous credentials?
You mean as goalie coach? Or as Milan keeper?

If you are referring to the 2nd question, then BMW Taylor's post should answer it. Additional achievements :
- 900+ minutes without conceding a goal, breaking Dino Zoff's record.
- least conceded goal that I can recall in one season : 15 goals in season 93/94, the lowest in the league since season 92/93 (at least) until now.

But it is always debatable whether he can achieve all those feats without the back four of Tassotti/Panucci, Costacurta, Baresi, Maldini playing in front of him. And if I'm not mistaken he was never called to the Italian national team.

Let's welcome him anyway.


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Old 20-04-2006, 15:30   #5
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Well done Mate!

I reckon he will do a good job.


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Old 20-04-2006, 16:23   #6
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welcome back rossi again.another true legend.
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dats rly awesome, welcome back Rossi. Bring Dida back to his best


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Rossi is a good GK + I think he can become a good GK coach !

But i doubt his morality !


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Old 20-04-2006, 22:22   #9
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Rossi is a good GK + I think he can become a good GK coach !

But i doubt his morality !
His morality? What, does he eat babies in his spare time or something?


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Old 21-04-2006, 01:09   #10
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You mean as goalie coach? Or as Milan keeper?

If you are referring to the 2nd question, then BMW Taylor's post should answer it. Additional achievements :
- 900+ minutes without conceding a goal, breaking Dino Zoff's record.
- least conceded goal that I can recall in one season : 15 goals in season 93/94, the lowest in the league since season 92/93 (at least) until now.

But it is always debatable whether he can achieve all those feats without the back four of Tassotti/Panucci, Costacurta, Baresi, Maldini playing in front of him. And if I'm not mistaken he was never called to the Italian national team.

Let's welcome him anyway.
i meant the first question...
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Old 21-04-2006, 01:18   #11
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- 900+ minutes without conceding a goal, breaking Dino Zoff's record.
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Yes, they are 923 minutes ( In fact, it is more than 923 minutes, because every game is 90 minutes + a little add time ).

http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sebastiano_Rossi

This web-page is Italian, but we can find the exactly information of Rossi's record

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His morality? What, does he eat babies in his spare time or something?
No, sorry but i don't know i should use which term, i just mean when he plays as a GK in Milan, he always wants to fight or attack Milan's oppotent's striker.

Like 1998/99, he hit a Perugia's striker so he get a red card and give Perugia a PK. But fortunately, Abbiati saved that PK.


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No, sorry but i don't know i should use which term, i just mean when he plays as a GK in Milan, he always wants to fight or attack Milan's oppotent's striker.

Like 1998/99, he hit a Perugia's striker so he get a red card and give Perugia a PK. But fortunately, Abbiati saved that PK.
I know you will use this incident to back your post. But you have to remember that before this incident his reputation was spotless. He was NEVER known to be rough. Compare to the likes of Fabian Barthez or Chilavert, he's an angel.

And I can see his frustration in 98/99 season, he was the 2nd choice behind Jens Lehmann (who performed very very poorly) and only got little playing time.


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Old 23-04-2006, 20:31   #14
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So I wonder if William Vecchi will still be staying on as well or if Rossi is taking over his role?

Good to see, though I thoguht Rossi left Milan a bit sour, I guess if that was true enough time has passed.
Me too, I thought he was on bad terms with the board
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And if I'm not mistaken he was never called to the Italian national team.
I think he was the vice to Peruzzi for some qualifying matches, but never in a major event


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So I wonder if William Vecchi will still be staying on as well or if Rossi is taking over his role?
It looks as if Rossi will be taking over his post. The reason why, I have no idea...


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It looks as if Rossi will be taking over his post. The reason why, I have no idea...
Milan has the odd tradition of keeping players who have done great service in the inner circle of the clubs and give them something to do to extend their service. Leonardo (VP), Baresi (scout and youth), Massaro (dunno what he's doing but always appear during Milan Foundation events) are some examples. And of course Tasotti and Ancelotti.

So I'm not too surprised with Rossi's appointment as new GK coach. And I bet they will offer the same office roles to Costacurta and Sheva once they retired.


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Milan has the odd tradition of keeping players who have done great service in the inner circle of the clubs and give them something to do to extend their service. Leonardo (VP), Baresi (scout and youth), Massaro (dunno what he's doing but always appear during Milan Foundation events) are some examples. And of course Tasotti and Ancelotti.

So I'm not too surprised with Rossi's appointment as new GK coach. And I bet they will offer the same office roles to Costacurta and Sheva once they retired.
you forgot Maldini... both of them... Cesare & Paolo...
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you forgot Maldini... both of them... Cesare & Paolo...
I know someone will say that. Cesare became coach in 00/01 (right? for how many months?) just like Niels Liedholm in late 70s but I don't think Paolo will ever join Milan office. He's too classy for that and he already has his son to continue the legacy. Joining Milan IMO will only tarnish his legacy, I prefer him to leave just like Baggio and resurfaced some 10 years later to guide Milan or Italy to glory (just like MvBasten).


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I know someone will say that. Cesare became coach in 00/01 (right? for how many months?) just like Niels Liedholm in late 70s but I don't think Paolo will ever join Milan office. He's too classy for that and he already has his son to continue the legacy. Joining Milan IMO will only tarnish his legacy, I prefer him to leave just like Baggio and resurfaced some 10 years later to guide Milan or Italy to glory (just like MvBasten).
Cesare was also a scout for Milan... Paolo would most likely take up a similar post like a scout or youth coach or somethin' in that order...
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