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  1. Wear the Red and Black
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Wear the Red and Black

A classic bar scarf for the A.C. Milan supporter. A member of Italy's Serie A since the league began, i Rossoneri is one of the most successful teams in the world and have won almost every international competition at least once.

Milan's history is full of world-renowned players. Andrea Pirlo, KaKa and Clarence Seedorf are still active in the game with other teams. Paolo Maldini Andriy Schevchenko are former legends.

With exciting current young players Mario Balotelli and Stephen El Shaarawy, AC Milan finished third in Serie A in 2012-2013 and earned a spot in the Champions League, a competition they have won seven times in their history.

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Bufanda clásica para los aficionados al AC Milán. Los rojinegros han sido protagonistas de la Serie A y por sus filas han pasado grandes futbolistas como Andrea Pirlo, Kaká y Clarence Seedorf. Paolo Maldini Andriy Schevchenko son leyendas del club y con la

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