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Christophe Galtier will return to a prestigious position in Europe as English clubs threaten to boycott the FA Cup

Christophe Galtier will return to a prestigious position in Europe as English clubs threaten to boycott the FA Cup

Milan are looking for their new coach

La gazzetta dello sport Opens today's edition on Stefano Pioli's future at AC Milan. The club made a decision: at the end of the season, he will leave the club. A win in the Milan derby this weekend will not change this result. Meanwhile, the scouting phase for a new coach has already largely begun. AC Milan are looking for a coach with European experience, a recognizable game and the ability to work with young players. Leaders have already inquired about two candidates in recent months: Julen Lopetegui and Paulo Fonseca. Phone conversations have already taken place with both. According to the Pink Paper newspaper, Marcelo Gallardo and Christophe Galtier are among the options being considered by the Milanese team. American owner Jerry Cardinale trusts Zlatan Ibrahimovic to make the final decision.

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English clubs want to withdraw from FA Cup

We mix politics and football this Saturday morning in England. English clubs are threatening to boycott the FA Cup next season. They want to protest against the removal of replays as demanded by the British government and the FA. In the FA Cup, if a match ends in a draw, it must be replayed, especially since these matches have always been an important source of income for smaller clubs over the years. They are the ones who want to leave this prestigious competition en masse, not the Premier League clubs. The EFL has threatened to seek compensation for the failure of replay matches and the FA said on Friday it understood the concerns raised. As a reminder, the FA Cup is the oldest competition created in the game.

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AC Milan: Zlatan Ibrahimovic wants Marc van Pommel on the bench

Nacho prepares to say goodbye to the matrilinians

In Marka, Nacho is the one that gets a lot of ink. The player, who wants to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season, is ready to face another challenge in his career and he could be abroad. Nacho, who doesn't want to continue at another Spanish club, is already being courted by several European teams, most notably Inter Milan, who are looking to add the experienced player to the end of his contract. His preferred goal at the moment is to play in the MLS Marka.

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