Cesare Maldini fundamental figure in the Rossoneri History
Parties AC Milan expressed deep condolences over the death of Cesare Maldini called as a fundamental figure in the club's history.
Cesare Maldini, who played and coached the Rossoneri, had breathed his last. He died at the age of 84 years.
"The death of Cesare Maldini's death means a fundamental figure in the history of Milan," said a club statement quoted by Football Italia.
"The captain of Milan's first European trophy in 1963 at Wembley, father of Paolo, an anagram of 'Milan' of the letters in his last name.
"All of Milan, all the people and representing Milan, expressed their deepest condolences to Mrs. Maldini, his children, and his nephews," continued the statement.
Milan also stated would bandage black armbands when visited the headquarters of the party Atalanta in Serie A on Sunday (04/03/2016) evening.