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Pourquoi l’AC Milan et l’Inter Milan jouent-ils dans le même stade ?



L’AC Milan et l’Inter Milan occuperont le devant de la scène mercredi soir pour le match aller de leur demi-finale de Ligue des Champions.

Les deux géants italiens sont de retour dans le grand moment après avoir passé une grande partie de la dernière décennie loin du sommet du football européen.

Mais ce ne seront pas seulement les deux clubs célèbres qui attireront toute l’attention – leur stade emblématique de San Siro, officiellement connu sous le nom de Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, créera probablement des sentiments de nostalgie parmi de nombreux fans à travers le continent.

Et heureusement pour ceux qui regardent à la télévision à la maison, ce ne sera pas le seul aperçu du lieu ce mois-ci avec le match retour de la semaine prochaine qui se jouera également à San Siro car les deux clubs partagent le stade.

Mais pourquoi exactement l’AC Milan et l’Inter Milan jouent-ils tous les deux à San Siro ?

Pourquoi l’AC Milan et l’Inter Milan partagent-ils le même stade ?

Lors de sa première construction en 1926, San Siro n’abritait que l’AC Milan.

À cette époque, l’Inter jouait ses matchs dans la beaucoup plus petite Arena Civica de la ville.

Cependant, les Nerazzurri souhaitaient emménager dans un stade de plus grande capacité et la solution évidente était de partager San Siro avec leurs voisins.

L’Inter a emménagé dans le stade en 1947, et depuis lors, les deux clubs sont locataires partagés.

L’AC Milan et l’Inter Milan ont envisagé de s’éloigner de San Siro à différents moments de leur histoire, mais la commodité du stade – situé au centre de la ville – et l’absence de terrain alternatif ont permis aux deux clubs de rester sur place.

Afin d’éviter les problèmes d’horaire, la liste des matches est organisée de manière à garantir que les deux clubs ne jouent pas à domicile le même jour.

Le stade de 75 000 places appartient désormais à la mairie de Milan.

San Siro sera-t-il démoli ?

En 2019, Milan et l’Inter ont annoncé leur intention de construire un nouveau stade pour remplacer San Siro.

Le nouveau stade, qui sera construit à côté du site existant, devrait être entouré de 22 acres d’espaces verts avec un parc comprenant un musée, une salle de sport en plein air et une piste d’athlétisme.

La capacité du stade devrait être réduite à seulement 60 000 en raison de la baisse de fréquentation ces dernières années.

Le maire de Milan a insisté pour que San Siro soit conservé au moins jusqu’aux Jeux olympiques d’hiver de 2026 avant sa démolition.

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Millwall goalkeeper and Montenegro international Matija Sarkic, who was 26, has also died.

Southgate said: “I know that some of our players and staff actually played and worked with Matija as well so both pieces of news were received with shock and great sadness.

“Those boys that played with him are feeling that even more.”

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“He was the life and soul of every party and room he blessed, a one-in-a-million person that was loved by everyone,” the 24-year-old added.

Kevin Campbell made his senior debut for Arsenal in 1988 and scored nine goals in 22 appearances for the Gunners during their title-winning campaign in 1990-91.

He then helped the London club win the FA Cup and League Cup double in 1993, followed by the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1994.

“Being a London boy and growing up watching him and Ian Wright playing together was brilliant for us youngsters,” former Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison, 45, told BBC Radio 5 Live.

“The way they scored goals and the way they celebrated, that’s how we were, looking up to those two players as idols.

“Kev was like that even when he finished football. He still had that bright smile and I only remember the good stuff, brightening up a room and being a top player and a great individual.”

Campbell moved into broadcasting after his playing career and worked for BBC Sport and Sky.

“He was adored by everybody,” said BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Mark Chapman.

“It doesn’t matter if you worked with him on 5 Live or supported Arsenal, West Brom or Everton, he was adored by everybody.

“He was always so positive and always had a smile on his face whenever he came into the 5 Live sport studio. And he was a heck of a striker.”

Campbell moved from Arsenal to Forest in 1995 and spent three seasons at the City Ground, scoring 22 goals in 39 games during his final campaign to help the club win promotion to the Premier League.

Following a short stint with Trabzonspor, he moved to Everton on loan in March 1999, scoring nine times in their final eight Premier League games to help the Toffees avoid relegation.

He was rewarded with a permanent deal that summer and stayed for more than five seasons.

Campbell’s playing career came to an end with spells at West Brom and Cardiff.

“I’ve been watching the TV and everybody who’s come on has said exactly the same thing, what a great guy he was,” said former Everton defender Phil Jagielka, who joined the Goodison Park club after Campbell had left.

“He made a lot of people laugh, he always had a good smile on his face. I’d seen him around and about the place at Goodison.

“I played with his son Tyrese at Stoke. It will be a really, really sad day for the family and all you can do is send your regards and, hopefully, they will get through this tough period.

“What a guy, what gentleman, what a character. I don’t think I ever saw him without a smile on his face and he was always one of those people to come up to you and give you a hug and have a little bit of a laugh and a joke.”

Former Tottenham keeper Paul Robinson, also speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, added: “He graced our lives in the media and we all got to experience a little bit of his charm.

“We’ve lost one of life’s good guys today, a genuinely lovely man.”

Former England striker Alan Shearer told BBC One’s Match of the Day that he was “lucky enough to play” with Campbell for the England Under-21s “and work with him on bits in TV over the years”.

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The Barcelona teenager was making his eighth appearance for Spain, despite only being 16 years and 338 days old.

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