STEPHAN EL SHAARAWY returned to action after four months in the Primavera’s win over Hellas Verona 2-1 on Saturday. El Shaa came on in the 61′ minute and earned a penalty in the 88′ minute; the Italian was supposed to take the kick but was denied of it as he was assisted by the medical staff. Andrej Modic and Andrea Petagna (pk) scored.
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STEPHAN EL SHAARAWY played 35 minutes with the Primavera in the 2-1 win over Hellas Verona on Saturday.
El Shaarawy hadn’t taken the field since December 11 when, until today as he played for Filippo Inzaghi’s Primavera team and gave them a hand in the 2-1 victory against 7th placed Hellas and are now three points behind Atalanta in 2nd.
Stephan started the game on the bench and he came on in the 61′ minute, replacing Alex Pedone. El Shaarawy was fouled in the box in the 88′ minute but Marco Pinato failed to convert the penalty. El Shaarawy was thrilled to finally return. (continue reading…)
MILAN’S PRIMAVERA team took on Inter yesterday at the Vismara ground in front of the watchful eyes of Adriano Galliani and coach Clarence Seedorf (who had to leave after 20 minutes for a training of the first team). Marco Pinato gave Milan the lead in the 39′ minute but Andy Polo equalized in the 51′ minute. The boys of Filippo Inzaghi are currently in 3rd place, behind Atalanta (-7) and leaders Chievo (-8) but with one point more than Inter of Salvatore Cerrone.
Milan: Gabriel; Calabria, Pacifico, Simic, Tamas; Mastalli, Piccinocchi, Benedicic; Pedone (Fabbro 62), Barisic (Vassallo 85), Pinato. Unused: Gori, De Santis, Modic, Saporetti, Iotti, Felicioli, Lo, Aniekan, Ferrari. Coach: Inzaghi.
Inter: Ivusic; Longo, Sciacca, Paramatti, Eguelfi; Dabo, Palazzi; Camara, Botta (Tassi 77), Polo (Mira 90); Bonazzoli (Puscas 77). Unused: Maniero, Pinton, Yao, Tassi, Gaiola, Baldini, Ventre, Puscas, Bigotto, Capello, Acampora. Coach: Cerrone.
THE GUT-WRENCHING loss and subsequent dumping out of the Champions League has added to the miserable outcome of what has become a forgettable season for Milan.
The woes really began back when stud center-back Thiago Silva and sensational striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic were sold, to cash in on the investments. It is no secret that the money made on these deals were used to balance the books at Milan which beforehand had been tipping too far in the negative direction.
This, coupled with owner Silvio Berlusconi’s refusal to inject a much needed care package of financial assistance to the management at Milan, has left the club really scraping the bottom of the barrel when it comes to transfers. (continue reading…)
MILAN HAVE won the Viareggio Cup and Galliani has said it was Anderlecht’s turn to experience Inzaghi’s revenge.
The Italian giants have invested a lot in the youth sector and the results are starting to show as after progressing to the next stage of the UEFA Youth CL, where they face Chelsea next week, Milan Primavera have won the Viareggio Cup.
il Diavolo scored twice in the extra time in the final after drawing 1-1 at the end of the 90 minutes against Anderlecht. Andrea Petagna, Michael Fabbro and Alessandro Mastalli scored to get back at the Belgians who beat Milan in the final last year. (continue reading…)
FOR THE second year in a row, Milan and Anderlecht met in the final of the Viareggio Cup and got the Rossoneri got their revenge after losing to the Belgian side in 2013. Aaron Leya of Anderlecht scored first in the 62′ minute but Andrea Petagna equalized in the 71′ minute with a wonderful goal. The 90 minutes ended in a draw so the match went to extra time with both sides in 10 men with Milan’s Zan Benedicic sent off in the 75th minute and Samuel Bastien for Anderlecht in the 79th minute. Three minutes into extra time, Michael Fabbro gave Milan the lead with a tap-in. In the 99′ minute, Filippo Inzaghi’s boys scored their third and won the match: Petagna gave Alessandro Mastalli a great ball and the midfielder volleyed it to the back of the net. Huge win for Milan Primavera – they’ve won the Viareggio Cup!
FILIPPO INZAGHI’S men will take part in the 66th edition of the Viareggio Tournament. The Viareggio started on 3 February but Milan, who last year finished in second place, enter the competition in the Final 16 stage on Tuesday.
FILIPPO INZAGHI has told uefa.com about his experience as a coach of the Milan Primavera in the UEFA Youth League. Watch the interview below and also the highlights from Milan’s 6-2 defeat to Barcelona’s Primavera side.
THE BOYS of Filippo Inzaghi succeeded where the players of Massimiliano Allegri failed and took all three points from Amsterdam when they took on Ajax on Wednesday for the second matchday of the UEFA Youth Champions League. Milan now have 6 points from 2 games. There were plenty of chances for each side. Melvin Vissers scored the first (7′) for Ajax but Alessandro Mastalli (52′) and Luca Iotti (62′) overturned the score. Branco van den Boomen equalized (84′) but quickly afterwards Ivan Rondanini (86′) scored Milan’s winner. Pippo’s next matches are against Barcelona.
FILIPPO INZAGHI says his Primavera team will follow the lead of Max Allegri’s side and praises Milan’s attackers.
Milan started training ahead of the new season two weeks ago and yesterday the Primavera squad, joined by new coach Filippo Inzaghi, arrived at training center Milanello to start their preparation ahead of the 2013/2014 football year.
“Returning to Milanello is something unique and special and that is the message I wanted to get over to my players,” Pippo, who last season had a successful debut season as a coach, leading the Allievi Nazionali team, told Milan’s official site. (continue reading…)