Official: Carbone becomes Milan’s new Head of the Youth Sector

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Angelo Carbone during Sacchi’s book presentation at Banco BPM auditorium on June 17, 2019. (@acmilan.com)

Angelo Carbone is now the head of the youth sector, replacing Mario Beretta.

Milan have produced a number of young talents recently, as the likes of Gianluigi Donnarumma, Patrick Cutrone and Davide Calabria have all come through the ranks of the Rossoneri to become important members of the first team squad.

However, the Primavera got relegated last season and the new management decided to shake things up in the Youth department. Today it become official that Angelo Carbone has been entrusted with the role of taking care of the young Milan teams.

“Milan announces the appointment of Angelo Carbone, former Grassroots Coordinator, as Head of the Youth Sector from July 1, 2019,” a statement reads. “As part of his new role, Angelo will be responsible for the activities of all the men’s and women’s teams along with the women’s First Team.

“Angelo Carbone played for Milan for two seasons (1990-91 and 1993-94), contributing to winning one Scudetto, one European Super Cup, one Intercontinental Cup and one UEFA Champions League. In 2009 he returned to Milan as part of the scouting staff and in 2011 he was appointed Coordinator of the Club’s Grassroots.

“Milan thanks Mario Beretta [who was the Head of the Youth Sector before Carbone] for his contribution to the Club and wishes him all the best for his future career.”

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Sheva

So if Giampaolo fucks up, we are gonna see this guy a lot