Gattuso yells, shouts and incites his players. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo
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It is not always pretty to watch, and few expected it would be, but AC Milan are showing signs of a revival under their fiery former midfielder Gennaro Gattuso.Gattuso had not coached a Serie A team before he was rushed into the job in November after Vincenzo Montella was sacked. But he has clearly succeeded in transmitting the fighting spirit he was renowned for as a player.Gattuso spent 12 seasons playing for Milan, winning two Serie A titles, two Champions Leagues and one Club World Cup, and was known as one of Italy's toughest players.Milan, who visit Udinese Sunday, are still a long way from qualifying for the Champions League, the minimum expected of them after a 230-million euro ($286 million) spending spree in the summer, and their play lacks the sophistication of Napoli, Juventus and Lazio.
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