Coming from Nottingham, Herbert Kilpin moved to Italy in 1891 for work reasons and he was readily included in the roster of Internazionale Torino, thus becoming the first Englishman ever to play in a foreign team. In 1898 he finally settled in Milan, where together with Alfred Edwards and a bunch of English and Italian friends founded the Milan Cricket and Foot-ball Club. As a promoter, founding member, coach and, above all, player, he won the first 3 league titles in the glorious history of the Rossoneri.
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