The former A.C. Milan defender and Italy manager Cesare Maldini died on 3 April 2016 in Milan, Italy. He was 84.
At club level, Maldini won 4 Serie A league titles and 1 European Cup with Milan. Internationally, he played for the Italian national team, earning 14 caps and participating in the 1962 World Cup.
As a coach, he had a successful career in charge of the Italian Under-21 side, winning the European Under-21 Championship a record three consecutive times.
About Cesare Maldini
• Maldini started his playing career with Triestina in 1952. However, in 1954, he transferred to A.C. Milan.
• He won four league titles with Milan, and also later became the team's captain in 1961, a role which he held for several years, until he left the club.
• After retiring from playing, he became a coach. He started his career as an assistant manager for Nereo Rocco at Milan in 1970, and later also coached the team between 1972 and 1974.
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When: 3 April 2016
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