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AC_MilanAssociazione Calcio Milan, commonly referred to as A.C. Milan or simply Milan, is a professional Italian football club based in Milan, Lombardy. It was founded in 1899 by English lace-maker Herbert Kilpin and businessman Alfred Edwards among others. The club has spent most of its history in Serie A, the top-flight of Italian football, having played only two seasons in Serie B in the early 1980s.

Milan has won 18 officially recognized UEFA and FIFA international titles, and remains tied with Boca Juniors as having won the most in the world. Milan has won four world titles, more than any other club in the world, having won the Intercontinental Cup three times and the FIFA Club World Cup once. Milan has won the European Cup/Champions League on seven occasions; only Real Madrid has exceeded this total. The club has also won the UEFA Super Cup a record five times and the Cup Winners' Cup twice.

Domestically, Milan has won 18 league titles, making the club the second most successful in Serie A with their local rivals Internazionale and record-holder Juventus (27 titles). The club has also won the Coppa Italia five times, in addition to a record number of six Supercoppa Italiana triumphs. The Europa League remains the only major competition for which the team are eligible to compete that they have never won: in this competition they have lost two semifinals, in 1972 and in 2002. Milan was a founding member of the G-14 group and the European Club Association that was formed following the first organization's dissolution.

Milan's home games are played at San Siro, also known as the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. The stadium, which is shared with Inter, is the largest in Italian football, with a total capacity of 80,074. The owner of the club is Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi while the vice-president is Adriano Galliani. Milan is one of the wealthiest clubs in Italian and world football.

MILAN-JUVE: LAST GOAL CONCEDED BY BIANCONERI IN APRIL 2014
MILAN - Juventus, Milan's opponents on Saturday evening, have not conceded a goal in an official game since April 28th 2014. The last team to score against the bianconeri were Sassuolo when Zaza hit the back of the net after only 9 minutes. Since then the bianconeri have managed the following results: Juventus-Benfica 0-0, Juventus-Atalanta 1-0, Roma-Juventus 0-1, Juventus-Cagliari 3-0, Chievo-Juventus 0-1, Juventus-Udinese 2-0, Juventus-Malmoe 2-0.
PRIMAVERA TIM CUP: ROUND 2 AGAINST SASSUOLO
MILAN - After beating Modena 3-0 in the 1st round of the Primavera TIM Cup Milan will now face Sassuolo in Round 2 on October 29th at the Vismara in Sassuolo, who beat Spezia also by 3-0.
ROSSONERO HISTORY: 18TH SEPTEMBER
Exactly 46 years ago, on September 18th 1968, Milan made their debut in a European Cup that they then went on to win on May 28th after losing the first leg against Malmoe 2-1 but winning 4-1 at the San Siro. 12 years ago, on September 18th 2002, Milan played their first match in the group stages of the Champions League and eventually went on to win also that year in Manchester against Juventus. The match between Milan-Lens on September 18th finished 2-1 for the rossoneri with a brace from Filippo Inzaghi.
MILAN-JUVE: THEE BUILD-UP
A round-up of all the interviews with Milan players in the newspapers in the build up to the big match against Juve on Saturday evening.
STATISTICS: #AGAINST JUVENTUS
Here are a few stats to wet the appetite before the big Saturday evening clash between Milan and Juventus.
KEISUKE HONDA IN ITALIAN TO MILAN CHANNEL: "FANS, THANKS"
MILAN - Keisuke closed by speaking in Italian: "Hopefully I will score on Saturday and help the team, it is wonderful to play at the San Siro. It is a great stadium and there are a lot of Milan fans. I would like to win the match, we have to do all we can and I thank the fans for being behind us."
KEISUKE HONDA WANTS MORE FROM HIMSELF
MILAN - Keisuke Honda told Milan Channel: "There is a long season ahead and I am not satisfied and I can play better. The arrival of Inzaghi has been important to me and he has given me a lot and I run hard for him. A goal is a goal but I hope my best will be against Juve on Saturday.  "When we defend Abate and Poli always give me plenty of advice where to position myself. President Berlusconi has created a wonderful atmosphere and he has encouraged us. I don't always understand Italian but I try to follow what is being said but when he is here we are very happy." 
KEISUKE HONDA THANKS INZAGHI
MILANELLO - Keisuke Honda has been speaking to Milan Channel. The midfielder said: ""Last season I gave the best I could. In football sometimes you get good results and other times no but on a personal level but I did my best. This season, however, big things happened, coach Inzaghi arrived and new players were signed, they are all details that make the difference. I still want to improve and do better.  "When I came here, I did not have much time to adjust to the team because I arrived in January., But this summer we had more time, there was the tournament in the USA and we played some games. This was very positive for me, despite having lost we continued to work and we were able to gain confidence in ourselves and in the group as a whole. Coach Inzaghi gave us security and has helped us grow as a group, so every week we always feel better."
BARBARA BERLUSCONI HAILS MILAN ENTHUSIASM
 MILAN - Barbara Berlusconi spoke to the ANSA news agency at the end of her visit to Milanello: "We have rediscovered a positive atmosphere at Milanello again. There is enthusiasm and togetherness. Also, my father, Silvio Berlusconi is back to take care of Milan with renewed passion and commitment, and this is good news. Inzaghi is a great motivator. He creates enthusiasm. Moreover, there is special relationship between my father and the coach. They speak to each other oftern."
POSITIVE SIGNS
El Shaarawy and Torres took part in the training session this afternoon

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