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Rossoneri Round-up for 15 September: ESPN will carry the Coppa Italia in the United States

Plus links for the day

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Serie A fans in the United States will be able to view the Coppa Italia and the Supercoppa in the same place as they view league games, as it was announced today that ESPN has acquired the rights to the competitions.

ESPN+ has been adding a lot of content aimed at the soccer/football fan in America, with the addition of the Eredivisie and the Chinese Super League this season to go with Serie A, MLS, and USL. They also broadcast one or two Liga MX matches via ESPN Deportes every weekend.

Most US fans of Milan probably already subscribe to ESPN+ already, so this isn’t anything ground breaking, but it will be nice to be able to see it, rather then depend on Gol or beIN Sports to cover the match, as those two providers are not available in most US homes, and the streaming options are often limited or poorly delivered.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

A look at how the new proposed FIFA rules regarding loan rules would affect Fiorentina. [Viola Nation]

Are the reports linking Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey to Milan all just a negotiating ploy? [AC Milan Offside]

Juventus midfieilder Sami Khedira says he’s staying at the club for ‘a long time.’ [Black & White & Read All Over]

World Football Links

A preview of the Knockout rounds of Mexico’s Copa MX. [FMF State of Mind]

Three things for Chivas fans to look for in the Liga MX season after the international break. [FMF State of Mind]

Oh for cryin’ out loud... Everton are facing ANOTHER injury about their “tapping up” of Marco Silva, who was sacked by Watford FC in the middle of last season and not hired until the start of this season. [Royal Blue Mersey]

The Philadelphia Union will wear warm-up kits honoring the 1916 Bethlehem Steel team before the US Open Cup against the Houston Dynamo later this month. [Brotherly Game]

Garry Monk’s Birmingham City is still winless after drawing against West Bromwich Albion. []