AC Milan's Riccardo Montolivo celebrates scoring their sixth goal with Leonardo Bonucci and team mates REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
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After years of midtable mediocrity, AC Milan have thrown down the gauntlet to Juventus by assembling a team which supporters believe can end the Turin side's run of six successive Serie A titles.Milan, the last team to win Serie A before Juve's era of dominance began, have endured a decline which coincided with Serie A's own fall from grace.Milan were still hoping to add a big-money striker to the squad before the end of the transfer window.Inter Milan, also under Chinese ownership, have not matched their neighbors' spending in the transfer market but have hired coach Luciano Spalletti after he also left Roma.Last season, they employed three coaches and finished seventh despite having arguably one of the strongest squads in Serie A. It will now be up to the shaven-headed Spalletti to get the best from them.
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