AC Milan club officially announced that the legendary captain Franco Baresi was appointed as the honorary vice chairman of AC Milan.
"AC Milan is very pleased to announce the appointment of Franco Baresi as the club’s honorary vice president. He will continue to provide Milan with his rich football experience, passion and vision for the future, so as to help the club continue to spread Since then, the unique values that have been upheld have enhanced Milan’s world prestige and maintained close emotional bonds with Milan fans from all over the world."
"I am very happy to be a colleague with Franco Baresi. He is a legend of the club and will play a new and important role in the club. I am very happy to announce this news today, which also happens to be the anniversary of the establishment of the club. Anniversary, a special day. The last time he appeared in a Milan jersey was in 1997. That number 6 jersey is part of Milan’s history and a special proof of the close connection between the history of the Milan club and Baresi’s career. We I hope to work with Baresi to create a bright future, a brand new future, and let his legendary tradition play an important role in the construction of the club."
"Thank you very much to the club, Chairman Scaroni and CEO Mr. Gazidis for giving me this opportunity to become the Honorary Vice Chairman of the club. I have spent all my professional career in AC Milan and I am honored now I am very proud of being able to take up the management position of the club, and I am very happy with the recognition from the club and the outside world. Most importantly, the club believes that I will add a new future to the glorious badge and make Milan strong forever Go on, and I am very grateful for this unconditional trust from the club."
Franco Baresi has been the captain of Milan since the age of 22. He is the legendary captain of Milan and a role model in the hearts of Milan fans. Although Baresi is not tall, he has excellent defensive ability. He is one of the most influential players in Serie A and one of the most powerful defenders in Serie A.
Baresi spent all his career in Milan. In his autobiography "Milan Lover", he described the ups and downs of his 20 seasons in AC meters. In 1992, Baresi was selected as the best team of European contemporary (1960-1988), keeping pace with Beckenbauer. Also Milan's best player of the 20th century.
In his career, Baresi played a total of 716 times for Milan, including 470 Serie A matches, 61 Serie B matches, 97 Coppa Italia, 50 UEFA Champions League (UEFA Champions League and UEFA Champions League), 19 UEFA Cup matches, 6 European Super Cup, 4 Toyota Cup, 3 Mitropa Cup, 5 Italian Super Cup, and 1 UEFA Cup play-off.
In terms of honors, Baresi and Milan won 6 Serie A titles, 2 Serie B titles, 4 Italian Super Cup titles, 3 European Super Cup titles, 3 Champions League titles and 2 Toyota Cup titles. Championship title.
Whether on the court or in the locker room, he is the spiritual leader of the team. He is the permanent captain of AC Milan: Franco Baresi. On June 24, 1997, Franco Baresi announced his retirement at the age of 37. The AC Milan No. 6 jersey he wore was also sealed forever and became part of the AC Milan club's history.
无论是在球场上还是在更衣室里，他都是团队的精神领袖。他是AC米兰的永久队长：佛朗哥·巴雷西（Franco Baresi）。 1997年6月24日，佛朗哥·巴雷西（Franco Baresi）宣布退休，享年37岁。他所穿的AC米兰6号球衣也被永久封印，并成为AC米兰俱乐部历史的一部分。