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Official: AC Milan Promote Davide Corti To Manage The Women’s First Team

The Rossonere are in a crisis but it remains to be seen if they can course correct sooner rather than later.

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AC Milan U19 v Rappresentativa Lnd Under U19 - Viareggio Women’s Cup Final Photo by Emmanuele Ciancaglini/AC Milan via Getty Images

AC Milan have announced on their website that Milan Women’s first team will have Davide Corti as their new manager after the sacking of Maurizio Ganz. Corti is being promoted from the Women’s Primavera side.

Corti is in for a baptism by fire as his opening game will be the derby against Inter Milan followed by a trip to face defending champions AS Roma in a short spell.

Corti has managed the Women’s Primavera side since the youth team was launched in 2021-22 delivering some impressive results. Corti has finished 2nd in both his seasons in charge of the side in the Campionato Primavera 1 Femminile.

The Rossonere sit in 6th place after 8 matchdays which is alarming given the quality in the side. Under the new league structure, the side will need to finish above 5th to take part in the championship round and need to finish in the top two spots to qualify for the Women’s Champions League.