AC Milan's coach Clarence Seedorf (R) talks to Mario Balotelli during their Italian Serie A soccer match against Bologna at San Siro Stadium in Milan February 14, 2014. (REUTERS/Giorgio Perottino)
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Clarence Seedorf will need to tap into all the experience he gained as the only player to win the Champions League with three different clubs if his AC Milan side are to get past Atletico Madrid and into the quarterfinals.The 37-year-old former Netherlands midfielder won the Champions League once with Ajax Amsterdam and once with Real Madrid before a decade playing at Milan yielded two more continental titles.Seedorf will be going head-to-head with a man he knows well from his playing days, Atletico's Argentine coach Diego Simeone, who had stints at Italian clubs including Inter Milan and Lazio and Spanish sides Atletico and Sevilla.Seedorf will need time to fix what has been ailing Milan in recent seasons but has already said he wants his players to exert more control.
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