The golden age of Italian football ended in 2008.
That year, AC Milan won the Serie A title, the Coppa Italia, the Champions League, the Europa League and the Super Cup.
The next season, the Nerazzurri finished eighth in Serie A, the same position they had occupied at the beginning of the decade.
In a way, that was the end of the golden age.
The club went into administration in 2009 and it was not long before they were sold to the Chinese consortium that owns them.
There was a time when it seemed the Italian league was heading for an implosion.
It’s a very good moment in football history.
This is a very difficult year to go back to the golden era.
The owners are in an existential crisis.
It’s not just a club, but also a city and a country.
The stadium is in disrepair, the dressing rooms are crumbling and the fans are tired.
It is a year in which the future is uncertain.
If the owners don’t get the money they want, and they lose the fans, they will be left with nothing.
There is a sense of panic in the country.
They are facing a crisis of historic proportions, one that they are now forced to solve.
There is a crisis in the way football is played.
It has become a sport that is about money, about success and about self-esteem.
I can’t see how it will end, but it could be that this will be a watershed moment for Italian football.
With the sale of the Nerazurri, it is going to be a different kind of club, in a different way, for the Italians.
It may not be the same as the previous club, which was owned by the Italian football federation, ACF.
But there is a chance that the next Italian team, the Rossoneri, will return to a more traditional way of playing, to a club with a strong philosophy, a lot of tradition, a rich history and a good team that plays well.
Italian football is in crisis.
That’s why the owners want to buy the Neras.
They want to bring back a style of football that was born in Italy.
They hope it will lead to a rebirth of Italian sports.
In an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, Roberto Di Matteo, the owner of Milan, said: “In the last 15 years, we’ve gone from a club that was only interested in money to one that was a club in search of talent, in search for a future.”
The new owners of the club, the Chinese group, are not interested in making a profit.
They just want to profit from the sale and then to sell their stake in the club to a Chinese company that has already invested in some Italian clubs, including Inter Milan and Napoli.
At the same time, they are looking to create a stable foundation for the future.
In the last three years, the club has won eight Serie A titles, two Coppa italia, two Champions League and three European Super Cups.
The most recent Champions League final saw a 2-2 draw between AC Milan and Real Madrid.
“They want to be the champions, not the bottom team.
The money is important, but so is the quality of the team, so is continuity, and so is a strong culture,” Di Matteos said.
They want a new era of Italian soccer.
He went on to explain how the new owners want the fans to feel like “milkmen, soldiers, tourists, and that they belong here, that we are all in this together, and in this big club.”
“That is what I want, that is what our club is all about,” he added.
However, the new investors also want to make the club more appealing to other investors.
“We have a big interest in our players.
They know how to work with us and how to understand us, because we are the best in the world.
We know the language.
They can help us to make our club a better destination for fans to come, because our fans are so important.”
And we want to show the whole world that our team is one of the best,” he said.