Don Silvio Berlusconi, Former AC Milan Owner In Deep Pains Despite Basking In Several Hundreds Of Millions In Pound Starlings



Indeed the rich also cry
Or who will expect Ex Italian prime minister and erstwhile owner of giant Italian club, AC Milan to be a man of deep pain?

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Yes. The highly respected billionaire mogul has finally completed the much protracted sale of his beloved club to super rich Chinese investors after a record 31 years at the top as chairman

But in swift reaction, Berlusconi has confessed that he is leaving AC Milan with deep pain and emotions but needed to leave for future glory of the team


After Silvio took over the great club on the summer of February 1986, Milan enjoyed the best of glory
•8 seria A Italian league titles

• 5 European cups and champions league

• Several world club champions cup
But sadly.. Since winning the scudeto in 2011 Milan has slipped mysteriously and fallen from her old glory thus becoming a pity before old rivals Juventus and inter Milan

But now with whopping £ 627.5M paid to Berluconi to sell off.. Milan of Italy glory days may be back

An emotionally touched Silvio said in his official parting of ways that " I leave AC afterore than 30 years as chairman with deep pain and emotions 

" The fans ( Rossoneri )

got no eqaul in the world and I pay tribute. I leave the club sad but consoled with the fact that in modern football only one family cannot do it 

" With the new investors, Milan can now fight to get back to top of European and world club glory that heavy investment and resources are needed " he highlighted

Special report by
 " czar of letters "
 Mike Cerutti-
 A co- Rossoneri fan

E: youngchief@yahoo.com

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