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Official: Maurizio Ganz signs a renewal with AC Milan until 2022

The Rossonere’s coach will be right back.

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It’s official

AC Milan Women’s coach, Maurizio Ganz, has signed a renewal with the team until 2022.

From AC Milan themselves


AC Milan is delighted to announce that Maurizio Ganz, coach of the Women’s First Team, has renewed his contract with the Club until 2022.

Maurizio Ganz started his journey as coach of the Rossonere in the 2019-20 season and registered 27 wins, 4 draws and 5 defeats in 36 matches. The team has so far conceded 28 goals and netted 83 and currently ranks second in the Women’s Serie A with 39 points, only three away from the top of the league.

“I am very happy with this agreement, Maurizio and his staff are doing an excellent job. The team is playing an extraordinary season and we are convinced that together we can build a very successful future. The Women’s First Team is an important part of the Club’s identity and Maurizio is providing a stable, dynamic and progressive foundation for our development”, said Ivan Gazidis, CEO of AC Milan.

“Ganz has proved his value on the pitch. He has helped the team grow through an innovative vision and a modern approach. He has united the squad whilst nurturing individual players. We are delighted to continue our journey with Maurizio”, added Paolo Maldini, Technical Director at AC Milan.

“I am delighted with this renewal, coaching the Rossonere has been a great challenge for me and I am happy to build on what we have been doing since my arrival at the Club. We have always given and will continue to give our very best to reward the closeness and trust of the Club, the management and our fans, whom I hope to see again soon in the stadiums”, commented Maurizio Ganz immediately after signing.

Ganz and the Milan Women will be back in action this Sunday.

They’ll take on Juventus at 12:30 CET(3:30 am PST / 6:30 am EST).

The Rossonere will be looking to get their revenge against Juventus for losing to them earlier in the season.

The match will be crucial, as it will most likely determine who will win the Scudetto this season.