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  1. The Legendary Jersey of the Rossoneri
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The Legendary Jersey of the Rossoneri

Midfielder Antonio Nocerino started his track to professional soccer when he signed with Juventus as a youth player in 1997 at age 13. He has been with A.C. Milan since 2011 and has played for several excellent clubs throughout his career. Since leaving Juventus at the senior level in 2004, he has played for Avellino (on loan) Genoa, Catanzaro (on loan), Crotone (on loan), Messina (on loan), Piacenza, Juventus, Palermo and now Milan. He captained Italy's U-21 team and has played for his nation's senior squad since 2008.

Support your favorite stars of the San Siro in this AC Milan away jersey from adidas.

This new kit, inspired by the clubs tradition, has a classic AC Milan black and red design on the center with a screened sponsor design.

This ClimaCool jersey has the adidas logo and AC Milan team badge embroidered on the front.

100% polyester.


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