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The last chance saloon has opened its doors early for Clarence Seedorf with the beleaguered AC Milan coach seemingly fighting to keep his job after only two months in charge.Italian media have widely reported that Seedorf has been given two matches, starting with Sunday at Lazio followed by a trip to Fiorentina Wednesday, to turn around Milan's fortunes or face the axe. Milan have lost seven out of 12 matches since the Dutchman, who spent 10 years of his playing career at the club, was appointed in January for his first coaching job. Napoli could take a big step toward guaranteeing a top-three finish if they beat Fiorentina in a meeting of the third and fourth-placed teams.
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