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105 years of History. 105 years of Successes and triumphs everywhere!:stuckup::proud: :devil::star:

Let us revive some of these moments in images, that I have scanned from my Forza Milan! mags. A big :thmbup: for Smoje for having uploaded them!:star::devil:

I didn't scan the pics of the first part of the Century and now I realize I should have :embarass: (note to self, to do that in the next few days!:stuckup: ). The first pics are from the 1950's first titles and triumphs. :devil:

The founder of Milan, :star: Sir Herbert Kiplin :star:


The very first picture ever of a Milan team!:proud:




The 1950's, the ressurection: 3 Swedes, 4 Scudetti :devil:

After a long lean period, the 1950's were a decade of plenty joys for the Milanisti due to Milan's numerous titles during that time. :proud:
The Herores of the 1950 Scudetto led by the Legendary Gre-No-Li Trio!:devil:

The Gre-No-Li Trio


The 1950-51 Scudetto team. :star:



The 1954-55 Scudetto team, Il Pompierone Nordhal :star: and a pic from the biggest Milan away win ever, 8-0 in Genoa!:




The 1956-57 Scudetto Team!:star: with some familiar names such as Cesarone Maldini, Lorenzo Buffon, Schiaffino and of course, Il Barone Liedholm.



1957-58 Milan:


The 1958-59 Scudo :proud: Roughly the same squad as the one of the 57 title, but with the addition of a certain Altafini. :star:



One of the figures of the 1950's for Milan. Lorenzo Buffon. One of the all time greatest keepers to have played for us, vital in all 4 Scudetti won during that decade!:star:



Another key figure of the 50's, Juan Alberto Peppino Schiaffino. :star:


The 1960's, a Golden Boy for the Golden Years :stuckup:

In the 60's, also referred to as Gli Anni d'Oro (The Golden Years), Milan continued in the tradition which was established in the 1950's, that is of a victorious and triumphant team. This time around, those successes would also go onto spread to the International scene. :stuckup:The 1961-62 Scudetto team :star: with some new additions such as a certain Giovanni Trappattoni and one who would become the symbol of Milan for the following 30 years, Gianni Rivera. :star:





The first big International win comes in the mythical Wembley Stadium against another myth of European and World football of the time, the Great Benfica of one of all time greats, Eusebio. :stuckup:
On this pic, the winning goal of José Altafini. :star: First Italian team to win the European Cup!:stuckup: Cesarone Maldini is the captain of this first Mega Milan Team!:stuckup:



Cesarone and Il Paròn with the first European Cup won in Wembley in 1963. :proud::star:


Some key figures of the Golden Years:

The first captain of that era, Cesarone Maldini. :stuckup:



A very young duo that would go onto play a major role not only in Milan's history, but Italian football overall with their massive contributions!




Cup Winner's Cup 68 and Scudetto 69 :star:


The Genuis behing all the triumphs of the 60 and some of those in the 70's were mainly due to him and his outstanding work, unique charisma and indelibile impact he's left on Milanisti, Il Paron Nereo Rocco!:proud::heart: Voted Milan Coach of the Century by the Milanisti!:proud::stuckup:



They say a picture is worth a 1000 words. This is one of such pictures!:stuckup::devil: :proud:

The Golden Boy Gianni Rivera. :star:


Bernabeu, May 1969. Second European Cup won 4-1 against Ajax with 3 goals from Pierino La Peste Pratti.



Carlo Cudicini (goal keeper of Milan at the time) posing in the dressing rooms of the Bernabeu with Il Paron and the European Cup. :star:



Gianni Rivera with the Champions Cup in the dressing rooms of the Bernabeu!:star:


First Intercontinental Cup. World Club Champion :stuckup::devil: 1969 against Estudiantes (Argentina) 3-0 at San Siro and 1-2 in Buenes Aires.



Angelo Sormani scoring the first of Milan's 3 goals in the first leg of the Intercontinental Cup, at the San Siro against Estudiantes.



The triumphant return of the 1969 World Club Champions at home!



A crucial member of the triumphs of the 60's, José Altafini :star:

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Pierino Pratti, aka La Peste. He still has the record of most goals scored in a Champions Cup final (3 in 1969 against Ajax!)



The 1970's and beyond to be continued...

FORZA MAGICO MILAN!!!:stuckup:

Cheers.;)
 

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What a great post Payman :cool: :proud: :cool:
 

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Cacìni said:
What gives? When was it changed to AC?
Don't know Cacio :embarass:
 

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San Siro said:
The 1970's and beyond to be continued...

FORZA MAGICO MILAN!!!:stuckup:

Cheers.;)

Fabulous post, Payman! :thumbsup: I just happened to read this when I am reading some old posts! Marvellous piece of work! :devil:

FORZA MILAN :devil: :stuckup:

sadly u won't have time to continue the later part of it anymore...but still already a giganic post! :star:
 
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