MILAN — AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi says the club will have two general managers — his daughter Barbara Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani.
The arrangement was made public on Saturday after a four-hour meeting between Berlusconi and vice president and current general manager Galliani the previous night.
Italian Former Premier Silvio Berlusconi pauses during a rally in Rome, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013. Ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi is declaring a "day of mourning for democracy" as the Senate prepares to vote on whether to kick him out of Parliament following his tax fraud conviction. Berlusconi appeared Wednesday before cheering supporters outside his Roman palazzo, where he accused prosecutors of conducting "political persecution" against him over the past 20 years. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
Berlusconi says "Galliani will take charge of the sporting sector, while Barbara Berlusconi will manage the other sectors."
Galliani had said he would resign on Friday after clashes with Barbara Berlusconi, a member of the board of directors.
Earlier on Saturday, Berlusconi told Italian news agency ANSA "calm has been restored to Milan. Adriano Galliani is staying in his job."
Galliani has held the role for 27 years.
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