Category Archives: Serie A

Can Champions League Qualification Save Stramaccioni?

Inter Milan manager Andrea Stramaccioni is under massive pressure of losing his job as Nerazzuri’s poor form continues. Having started the league campaign in great style, Inter have faded away in the second half of the season and perhaps only … Continue reading

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El Shaarawy Contract Extension a Blessing for Milan

Having lost the talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic, AC Milan did not sign any big name in summer transfer window as Stephen El Shaarawy was given the chance to prove himself. Since then, the youngster has been Rossoneri’s best player and his … Continue reading

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Crazy Zamperini Sacks Malesani, Re-Hires Gasperini

Zamperini loves changing his managers even more than Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich. Now the crazy man has sacked Palermo manager Malesani after only 3 games in charge to replace with the man he actually fired few weeks back i.e. Gasperini.

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Rossoneri Drop Points Despite Dominating Milan Derby

The mighty Rossoneri failed to capitalize on chances and eventually dropped 2 points despite dominating Milan derby. El Shaarawy was on target for AC Milan whereas Schelotto scored for Nerazzuri as the match ended in a stalemate.

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The Short Tenures of Managers

Just why do managers have such short tenures in charge these days? Nowadays managers can consider themselves lucky to have stayed in a job for over a year and absurdities are happening such as Nottingham Forest parting company with Alex … Continue reading

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Pato Joins Club World Cup Champions

Brazilian international Alexandre Pato returns to his native continent to join Club World Cup champions Corinthians. Pato had an injury hit career for AC Milan having signed for Rossoneri in 2007 and scored 63 times in 150 appearances for them.

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Why Milan Will Not Sell El Shaarawy Despite Arsenal Interest

With the departure of Rossoneri’s two main strikers Ibrahimovic and Cassano, El Shaarawy is now the main man. The youngster has been the key to AC Milan’s revival in the league and currently tops the goal scoring charts this season … Continue reading

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What Now For Wesley Sneijder

Few seasons back Wesley Sneijder was widely regarded as one of the best attacking midfielders in the world. The Dutch maestro now finds himself in a complex scenario at Inter Milan. Manager Andrea Stramaccioni believes that he has got numerous … Continue reading

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Montolivio’s Captaincy, Milan’s Performance and Guardiola Link

Milan secured all three points against Juventus in what was one of their top performances all year long.  Christian Abbiati was ruled out with an injury during the warm-up passing on the captain’s armband to Riccardo Montolivo, who gave off … Continue reading

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AC Milan – Why is Allegri Still at the Helm?

AC Milan hierarchy seems to be keeping a solid hold on Count Max despite have a horrid season so far in Serie A and Champions League.  Milanisti are becoming ever-more impatient for Allegri to turn the tables around.

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