Plenty of questions were raised when the inexperienced Clarence Seedorf was hired as the new coach of Milan following the dismissal of Massimiliano Allegri.
For one, the Dutchman's only time coaching a team was with Botafogo's youth setup—and even there it was a question of months, not years.
Allegri's tactics stagnated and results were far and few between. Disappointing Champions League exits and two consecutive seasons where the team started off in the worst shape since the early 1980s proved to be enough for management and fans to handle.
With Seedorf at the helm, here are the five best changes he has made so far: