Fabio Borini
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Lord has officially left, one week of mourning

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(01-14-2020, 02:47 PM)reza Wrote: Lord has officially left, one week of mourning


one week of staying away from the forum?  Sagrin
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Inter5ow
Make Milan Great Again Okmilan
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(01-14-2020, 03:12 PM)am I Milan enough? Wrote: one week of staying away from the forum?  Sagrin

Not good enough. MM should be shut down for one week in his honor. Icon_lol2
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I need to do a Fabio tribute
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Fabio Borini Angel (Italian pronunciation: [ˈfaːbjo boˈriːni]; born 29 March 1991) is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Verona and the Italy national team.

Borini is a quick, agile, and hardworking striker, with good technique, movement off the ball, and an accurate shot; 
he is capable of playing in several other offensive positions, and he has also been deployed as a winger, or as a supporting striker.

He started his career at Bologna, before moving to Chelsea in 2007. 
In 2011, Borini joined Championship side Swansea City on loan, and eventually signed for Roma, before moving to Liverpool in 2012. 
He spent the 2013–14 season on loan at Sunderland, and after a season back at Liverpool, he joined Sunderland permanently in August 2015.

The 28-year-old went on to play 111 times in the Premier League for the London club, Liverpool and Sunderland, scoring 16 times.

He left Sunderland in 2017 for Milan, where he made 75 appearances in all competitions and scored eight times.

Last season Borini also struggled to maintain a consistent form with the club, scoring three goals and providing one assist in 29 appearances.

On 14 January 2020, Ex-Milan winger Fabio Borini has joined Serie A side Hellas Verona on a six-month deal and will wear the number 16 shirt. 
He played for the first time, 5 days later against Bologna, and he scored the equalizing goal for his team.

Borini made his senior international debut in 2012 and was an unused member of the Italian squad that reached the Euro 2012 final.

Initially regarded as one of the most promising young Italian forwards of his generation in his youth, in 2012, Borini was named one of the top players born after 1991 by Don Balón.

The AC Milan to thank Fabio for his professional commitment to the Club and would like to wish him all the best of luck for his future career.

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