When James and Simon Kilpin discovered they were related to the man who founded, played for and managed Milan, they set off on a journey in his honour
James Kilpin returns to the table with a pint of beer in each hand. He slides one across the table to me. James takes a first sip and settles in his chair. It is the spring of 2014.
“Oh yeah, I meant to say, I’ve got some interesting news,” he reveals. I raise my eyebrows, mildly intrigued.
Source: Football News
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