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Old 04-03-2011, 20:10   #41
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Marketing is secondary. On long term maybe, this help to improve the brand. But it's most a business pure and simple. The kids pay to be trainned.
Yes, exactly as marketing concept is correct, but for sure they are not going to generate a future players. because is behind of just coach and training, and you know that well.
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Old 04-03-2011, 20:16   #42
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These camps run a profit... all teams do them. No big deal, fun for kids, good for milan.


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Old 04-03-2011, 20:18   #43
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These camps run a profit... all teams do them. No big deal, fun for kids, good for milan.
I hope so, I don't mind for revenue reason and marketing prospect.
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Old 04-03-2011, 21:26   #44
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And surely if a kid attends who is talented, we'll probably offer him a trial or something...

So you get money and a chance to sign young talents if they're there.
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Old 04-03-2011, 21:29   #45
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Seems like we're going all out at the gulf... Kuwait and now Ad Dammam. Seems like Galliani saw how much potential Ahmed Khalil had on FM2011
won asian youth player of the year, dont hate.
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Old 04-03-2011, 21:39   #46
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I know. I also know that you don't like him...

Anyway, on FM2011 he's very close to one of the best young strikers in the game, in real life? Not so much.
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Old 15-04-2011, 22:28   #47
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Default 13/04/2011 NAPOLI: CONSTRUCTION WORKS In PROGRESS!

Construction work on a football field as part of the ‘School and Sport’ project got underway.


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Here we are: works to construct a 5-a-side field and the adjoining dressing rooms in the Sanità and Poggioreale districts of Napoli have started just a short while ago.

The initiative emanates from the idea of emphasising the importance of the educational aspects of sporting sporting activity for children.

Milan Foundation and Nutrilite, one of AC Milan’s sponsors, have committed themselves to supporting this important project as part of their activity in the field of SPORT, in which they intend to highlight the educational aspects of sport.

The ‘School and Sport’ project, which was initiated by Polisportiva Europa, shares the Rossoneri NPO’s principle regarding transmitting values through football.
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Old 19-04-2011, 10:55   #48
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Why is it in Napoli, not Milano?
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Old 29-07-2011, 23:44   #49
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Default MILAN Junior Camp Mongolia Milan's popularity knows no bounds

Next Monday, following a press conference to be held by Franco Baresi, the first Milan Junior Camp Mongolia will take place from July 25th - 31st in the capital Ulan Batar.


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There is a lot of expectations surrounding the event and thousands of requests from the local kids.

AC Milan have become the only foreign club in the world to organise the first ever football camp in Mongolia.

A press coneference will be held to inaugurate the event and the Mayor of Ulan Batar as well as members of the government will all be attending to meet and greet the legend that is Franco Baresi.

A training day will also be organised for local coaches, with the collaboration of the Mongolia Football Federation, and will be run by youth team coach Cesare Beggi.

The Milan Junior Camp Mongolia was born in 2011 thanks an AC Milan initiative, in collaboration with the Mongolian Consulate in Milan, Intesa Sanpaolo and World Camp.
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Old 31-05-2012, 18:14   #50
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This year we had the opportunity to be part of Milan Junior Camp Day which is the most important event for all the best participants of the Milan Junior Camp. It is a unique moment of aggregation, fun and sport. Every year at the end of the Summer Camp season, the best players from all worldwide camps are selected by AC Milan technical staff to participate in an event organized in Milan.


Are you seeking an exciting summer vacation? Or dreaming of exploring your football skills with international players? Would you like to meet the football stars and train on becoming one in the future?
Ac Milan Junior Camp was created to fulfill those wishes for you….
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Old 19-06-2012, 18:00   #51
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There is a Milan Junior Camp in Amman Jordan, I called to ask about it, but they said that they did not decide if they want to restart for this season. I hope they do I want to try to work with them.
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Old 19-06-2012, 23:25   #52
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There is a Milan Junior Camp in Amman Jordan, I called to ask about it, but they said that they did not decide if they want to restart for this season. I hope they do I want to try to work with them.
what position you gonna play?

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what position you gonna play?

deep lying fairy with great hair position?
Lame.
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Old 20-12-2012, 18:33   #54
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It's official: A.C. Milan can manage the Vismara Sport Center for 10 years! Now we can add new structures and make deep modifications.
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Old 01-05-2013, 02:25   #55
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Old 11-03-2014, 17:46   #56
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More Milan soccer schools are set to open in Japan.


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- The Milan Junior Project is continuing to grow with the opening of two new Milan Soccer Schools in addition to those already up and running for a while in Oita and Komaki.

In April the new ISHIKAWA (Kahoku) Milan Soccer School will be opened and in June another one in CHIBA (Sakura).

The two new soccer schools were presented by Milan’s representative Daniele Massaro, a star in the land of the rising sun.

With the two new soccer schools in Chiba and Ishikawa it means that over 1500 Japanese children will be enrolled in the Milan Soccer Schools where they will wear the red and black Milan jersey and train according to the principles and methodology of the Milan Academy.

A Milan Technical Director is present in every one of the 4 soccer schools sent directly from Italy and who will work permanently in Japan. (Matteo Cont in Komaki, Luca Monese in Oita, Marco Pompili in Ishikawa and Claudio Zola in Chiba).

The growing interest and rising numbers of participants are a testimony to the interest and respect for Milan and the Milan Junior Project in Japan.
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Old 23-04-2014, 16:21   #57
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Default 23/04/2014 ABU DHABI Sports Council: MILAN YOUTH SECTOR PRESENTATION

Today F.Galli made a presentation about the Milan Youth Sector at the Abu Dhabi Sports Council




MILAN – The United Arab Emirates staying updated regarding the Rossoneri. At a sports conference this morning organized by the Abu Dhabi Sports Council, an entity aiming at strategically planning of sports in the Emirates, Filippo Galli, head of the Milan Youth Sector, will be making a presentation.
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