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MILAN (AP) - Silvio Berlusconi is officially AC Milan's president again after resigning as Italy's premier in November.
The famed soccer club announced Thursday that its board of directors appointed him honorary president.
He has always acted as Milan's president, although vice president Adriano Galliani runs the club on a daily basis. Berlusconi was previously Milan president from 1986 to 2004 and again from 2006 to 2008.
Also, Antonio Cassano trained with his Milan teammates for the first time since minor heart surgery in November. The forward still needs medical clearance to play and doesn't have much time to get in shape to contend for a spot on Italy's European Championship squad.
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MILAN (AP) _ Silvio Berlusconi is officially AC Milan's president again.
Milan announced Thursday that the club's board of directors has nominated him honorary president.
Berlusconi was previously Milan president from March, 1986 to December, 2004; then again from June, 2006 to May, 2008.
Berlusconi resigned as Italy's premier in November. He has always acted as Milan's president, although vice president Adriano Galliani runs the club on a daily basis.
Also Thursday, Italy forward Antonio Cassano trained with his Milan teammates for the first time since undergoing minor heart surgery in November. However, Cassano still needs medical clearance to play and doesn't have much time to get into shape and make Italy's European Championship squad.
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