A.C. Milan fell into pieces once Fabio Capello left his job to join Real Madrid. The new organisation with Giorgio Morini as manager and Óscar Tabárez as technical director completely miscued its signings, with neither Jesper Blomqvist, Edgar Davids, Christophe Dugarry or Michael Reiziger being successful. Due to a 2-1 defeat to Rosenborg at home in the Champions League, the duo was fired, and former championship winning coach Arrigo Sacchi managed to save the reigning champions' contract in Serie A by just six points. The miserable season also prompted captain Franco Baresi to end his active career, with Milan retiring the #6 shirt in his honour.

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  • Questa voce raccoglie le informazioni riguardanti il Milan Associazione Calcio nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 1996-1997. (it)
  • Osiągnięcia i skład piłkarskiego zespołu A.C. Milan w sezonie 1996/97. (pl)
  • Dit artikel beschrijft de prestaties van de Italiaanse voetbalclub AC Milan in het seizoen 1996/97. (nl)
  • A.C. Milan fell into pieces once Fabio Capello left his job to join Real Madrid. The new organisation with Giorgio Morini as manager and Óscar Tabárez as technical director completely miscued its signings, with neither Jesper Blomqvist, Edgar Davids, Christophe Dugarry or Michael Reiziger being successful. Due to a 2-1 defeat to Rosenborg at home in the Champions League, the duo was fired, and former championship winning coach Arrigo Sacchi managed to save the reigning champions' contract in Serie A by just six points. The miserable season also prompted captain Franco Baresi to end his active career, with Milan retiring the #6 shirt in his honour. (en)
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  • Mancini
  • Orlandini
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  • Balbo
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  • A. Andersson
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  • Questa voce raccoglie le informazioni riguardanti il Milan Associazione Calcio nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 1996-1997. (it)
  • Osiągnięcia i skład piłkarskiego zespołu A.C. Milan w sezonie 1996/97. (pl)
  • Dit artikel beschrijft de prestaties van de Italiaanse voetbalclub AC Milan in het seizoen 1996/97. (nl)
  • A.C. Milan fell into pieces once Fabio Capello left his job to join Real Madrid. The new organisation with Giorgio Morini as manager and Óscar Tabárez as technical director completely miscued its signings, with neither Jesper Blomqvist, Edgar Davids, Christophe Dugarry or Michael Reiziger being successful. Due to a 2-1 defeat to Rosenborg at home in the Champions League, the duo was fired, and former championship winning coach Arrigo Sacchi managed to save the reigning champions' contract in Serie A by just six points. The miserable season also prompted captain Franco Baresi to end his active career, with Milan retiring the #6 shirt in his honour. (en)
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  • Milan Associazione Calcio 1996-1997 (it)
  • AC Milan in het seizoen 1996/97 (nl)
  • A.C. Milan w sezonie 1996/1997 (pl)
  • 1996–97 A.C. Milan season (en)
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