AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli has had his Serie A winner's medal stolen by an unknown person.
Pioli led Milan to their first-ever Scudetto in eleven years and the jubilation was all over the team but the tactician later revealed that he couldn't find his medal with the coach now making an appeal to have it returned.
Incredible. Milan boss Stefano Pioli said he had his Serie A winner's medal stolen during the title celebrations!— Andrew Cesare (@AndrewCesare) May 22, 2022
He's put out an appeal: "Please give it back. It's the only one I have" https://t.co/09n5iBloGc
“Someone has stolen the winner's medal, somebody stripped it from my neck. If I could make an appeal, I'd be grateful, it's the only one I have," he said, according to La Repubblica.
The tactician is likely to be granted his wish with Serie A later tweeting that they will hand him another medal tomorrow (on Monday): “Don't worry Mr Pioli, we'll give you the medal again tomorrow."
OFFICIAL: The 2021/22 Serie A individual award winners:— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) May 22, 2022
◉ Golden Boot: Ciro Immobile (27)
◉ Playmaker award: Domenico Beradi (13)
◉ Golden Glove: Mike Maignan (17)
◉ Top Player: Rafael Leão
◉ Top coach: Stefano Pioli pic.twitter.com/XnysLzljFz
The title was Milan's 19th in their history.