A.C. Milan did not defend their European Cup title for a second consecutive time. The second place in Serie A was the fourth consecutive season when Milan finished inside the top three of the league. The loss in the European Cup quarter-finals rendered a first trophyless season since 1987, which resulted in Arrigo Sacchi leaving his job to take over the national team, being replaced by ex-Juventus and AC Milan midfielder Fabio Capello.

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  • Questa voce raccoglie le informazioni riguardanti il Milan Associazione Calcio nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 1990-1991. (it)
  • Osiągnięcia i skład piłkarskiego zespołu A.C. Milan w sezonie 1990/91. (pl)
  • Dit artikel beschrijft de prestaties van de Italiaanse voetbalclub AC Milan in het seizoen 1990/91, waarin de club de voor de tweede keer op rij de wereldbeker voor clubs veroverde. (nl)
  • A.C. Milan did not defend their European Cup title for a second consecutive time. The second place in Serie A was the fourth consecutive season when Milan finished inside the top three of the league. The loss in the European Cup quarter-finals rendered a first trophyless season since 1987, which resulted in Arrigo Sacchi leaving his job to take over the national team, being replaced by ex-Juventus and AC Milan midfielder Fabio Capello. (en)
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  • Maldini
  • Mikhailichenko
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  • João Paulo
  • Aguilera
  • Carbone
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  • David F.T. Syme
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  • Questa voce raccoglie le informazioni riguardanti il Milan Associazione Calcio nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 1990-1991. (it)
  • Osiągnięcia i skład piłkarskiego zespołu A.C. Milan w sezonie 1990/91. (pl)
  • Dit artikel beschrijft de prestaties van de Italiaanse voetbalclub AC Milan in het seizoen 1990/91, waarin de club de voor de tweede keer op rij de wereldbeker voor clubs veroverde. (nl)
  • A.C. Milan did not defend their European Cup title for a second consecutive time. The second place in Serie A was the fourth consecutive season when Milan finished inside the top three of the league. The loss in the European Cup quarter-finals rendered a first trophyless season since 1987, which resulted in Arrigo Sacchi leaving his job to take over the national team, being replaced by ex-Juventus and AC Milan midfielder Fabio Capello. (en)
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  • Milan Associazione Calcio 1990-1991 (it)
  • AC Milan in het seizoen 1990/91 (nl)
  • A.C. Milan w sezonie 1990/1991 (pl)
  • 1990–91 A.C. Milan season (en)
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