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The ex-footballer of the Milan and current selector of Ukraine, Andrei Shevchenko, has confessed in the program ‘Che tempo che fa’ that he would like to lead the team with which he won the Champions League and the Golden Ball.

The 44-year-old coach remembers that “football took me off the street. I was lucky enough to play with champions in Milan. The Milan it's like a big family, when a new player arrives they treat you like one of the others. Train Milan? It would be a dream but it is still too early to think about it ”, he affirmed.

En insisted that “Milan is not just a team, but a great family. The most important thing is the people who work inside ”.

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