Sacked: AC Milan Part Ways With Paolo Maldini, Technical Director

Sacked: AC Milan Part Ways With Paolo Maldini, Technical Director. After five years in the role, AC Milan has decided to part ways with Paolo Maldini, their technical director, and former captain.

AC Milan Sacks Paolo Maldini
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Maldini’s contribution was instrumental in Milan’s triumphant Serie A title win in 2022, which marked their first championship victory in 11 years.

This season, the club achieved a respectable fourth-place finish in Serie A and advanced to the semi-finals of the Champions League. However, their journey concluded with a defeat against their arch-rivals, Inter Milan.

Statement Of AC Milan On Paolo Maldini Sacking

In a statement issued by the club, they expressed their gratitude to Paolo Maldini for his years of service and recognized his significant contributions in guiding them back to the Champions League and securing the Scudetto triumph. The statement also revealed that a team, working closely with the first-team manager, will take charge of Maldini’s day-to-day responsibilities.

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About His Association With The Club

During his illustrious playing career, the 54-year-old football icon demonstrated unwavering loyalty to AC Milan, accumulating an astounding 901 appearances and securing 26 trophies. His remarkable achievements include seven Serie A titles and five European Cup/Champions League crowns, solidifying his legendary status in the sport.

The profound Maldini legacy permeates throughout AC Milan. His father, Cesare, left an indelible mark on the club, making 467 appearances as a player and subsequently managing the team for two years. Additionally, Maldini’s son, Daniel, is an integral part of Milan’s squad, although he honed his skills and gained valuable experience on loan at Spezia during the previous season.

During his time as technical director, Maldini actively facilitated the acquisition of key players such as Rafael Leao, Theo Hernandez, Fikayo Tomori, and Olivier Giroud, making significant contributions to the Rossoneri’s squad.