Date: 11th June 2014 at 7:50pm
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The fallout between AC Milan and former coach Clarence Seedorf has reached a new level as the legendary play-maker has been removed from the Hall of Fame on the club’s official website.

The relationship between the club and the former Dutch international has reached breaking point since he was sacked as coach and replaced by Filippo Inzaghi and they have yet to agree a compensation package for the former tactician.

The removal of the 38-year-old from the Hall of Fame was noted by milanlive.net as the player was listed alongside a host of other Rossoneri legends from yesteryear, but his name is now absent from the list.

Seedorf currently sits eighth in the club’s highest appearances makers with 432 games in all competitions during his stellar career with the club but he only managed 22 games as coach before being dismissed from the role.