Highlights: Udinese 2-1 Milan

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ANOTHER MATCHDAY – another defeat for Milan who seem to be very much in crisis. Milan were hoping to get out of their woeful form away against Udinese but failed to do so as despite playing a little bit better than in previous games, they couldn’t get the job done and lost again. Mathias Ranégie beat Philippe Mexes and Christian Abbiati in the 40′ minute to give Udinese the lead. Stephan El Shaarawy scored an amazing goal in the 54′ minute to make it level but Cristian Zapata conceded two yellow cards and got sent off as he gave Udinese a penalty which Antonio Di Natale converted (68′). Kevin-Prince Boateng was brought on from the bench but picked-up a red card as Milan finished the game with nine men. The crisis continues but Massimiliano Allegri will be keeping his post as the coach.

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Kuchini
Kuchini
9 years ago

This club wud not be in Champions League next season. I can bet my Job on that. And it has nuttin to do with Allegri. My prayer is that Allegri shuld resign or be sacked, because i want to see the coach that wud Qualify this team into the Champions League. I want to see d coach dat wud make Boateng (a player dat none of d Big Teams in England tought of buying) play like Schweinsteiger or Modric. I wud like to see d coach dat wud turn Montolivo who has been an average player all his life into… Read more »

Nyemasem
9 years ago

. When u and I were complaining about the transfer policy and how this season will be our worst in history but people thought we are pesimist. This results has shown clearly that our season will be very bad. Now people shd come and defend the transfer policy in the name of FFP.

R kenny
9 years ago

B&G should ,Sold d team if they don’t want 2 spend we need quality player not onloan player we don’t av good attarckar when we rest on robinho &pato we lost everygame bad managment they just keep blame on allegri.

cyborg
cyborg
9 years ago

this team has the players, all it needs to be guided to a heavyweight level and like i always say, allegri is not the capable of that job because of his rigid way of thinking. Take barcelona for example, they do not have players like boateng, nocerino, flamini, constant; i.e players who are physical, they had yaya but they sold him because they didn’t need him( not to say yaya’s game is physic based like boateng, he’s actualy more technical), and yet they still survived. Had it been allegri he’d be playing a front three of xavi, eto’o, iniesta; but… Read more »

Black&Red
Black&Red
9 years ago

Milan should sack Allegri. Get Pep, and in January get Fernando Llorente, Moussa Sissoko and Douglas. And play Abbiati, Zapata-Douglas-Acerbi-Emanuelson, Montolivo-De Jong-Sissoko, Boateng, Pato-Llorente.

black milanista
black milanista
9 years ago
Reply to  Black&Red

PEP is not coaching milan not now not ever he’s learning english speculation is his next destination is England and that is next season he’s enjoying his time off why would he coach Milan now when he specifically said he’ll least take a yr off TASSOTI will be our coach get use to it my friend

Acorn
Acorn
9 years ago

I believe that the team we have is a good team at least worth enough to place second and to get out of the group stages in UCL. The only thing that is lacking is a coach that knows how to coach, and an owner that stops complaining about the economical crisis. If you are the owner and you claim to love the club so much, just sell it to someone who can maintain it… Because if things keep going the way they are now we are going to end up like rangers and wont exist anymore. Plus I would… Read more »

nick
nick
9 years ago

Unfortunately Allegri is clearly a scape goat here. Although our transfer was horrible this season, Milan should never waited until the last minute to transition the team. If Galliani was slowly changing the squad from 2005 Milan could have had a more stable team instead of getting rid of all the veterans in one season and then expect the new team with lack of quality at a high level to perform AND get new players the coach did want or ask for. I say give Allegri til Jan. I think its sad to see the fans and the club Management… Read more »

Milanest
Milanest
9 years ago

Q) Choose the correct answer.

1- When will Pato return?

a)Pato will return against Cagliari(23/9)
b)Pato will return against Parma(26/9)….
c)Pato will return against Zenit(3/10)….
d)Pato will return against Inter(7/10)….
e)Pato will return against Lazio(21/10)…
f)No one knows…

milanfan
milanfan
9 years ago
Reply to  Milanest

originally, it was said he’d return for cagliari match… then they said he’ll be back on 29th… then i heard its either 29th or 7th… so i guess i’ll go with f)

Juninho
Juninho
9 years ago

Pep?

Uahahahahaha you guys live where?

kingbuzza
9 years ago

Pato is likely to return against cagliary.

cyborg
cyborg
9 years ago

positive news from training today, the team did a lot of thier work with the ball instead of the usual gym work and ‘tactical drills’. It was possesion followed by small goal games. If he carries on like this then allegri will win back my support. English football is miles different from spanish football, so if pep decides he’s going to england, then i predict a tough time for him trying to change that physic infused single mentality, and living in the shadow of mourinho since epl is basically mourinhoville. But i’m still hopeful that he’ll come to milan though.

udochukwu
udochukwu
9 years ago

@ milanista 121
good observation! Peeps need to know dt bcos u hate bonera does nt mean he aint better than Zapata at d moment. Ambro has bn disrespected incessantly by a group of fans who totally lack respect 4 their senior men. Same fans who drove seedorf, gat and co out of d club.

Milanista121
Milanista121
9 years ago
Reply to  udochukwu

Thanks man, well I’m not a fan of Bonera either, he can play like Thiago Silva in a game, but i still won’t be assured as he it feels like he’s a mistake away from handing the opponents a goal. But he has been pretty good recently and credit should be given when credit’s due. Exactly, and now those fans who disrespected Seedorf and Rino etc and wanted them out crying for “youth” are realizing the true values of our legends and want them back for at least one season… You don’t realize the value of what you have until… Read more »

nick
nick
9 years ago

Did anyone notice how good Udinese defense was? Especially Benatia? A player I’ve been saying Milan should buy instead of Acerbi!

Nonso
Nonso
9 years ago

Galliani is our main problem.Y not sack Allegri n spare fans ds weekly heartbreaks?

kenyon
9 years ago

tassotti or wot eve u call he.most he be made d coach b4 he giv his advice.or it mean dat allgria is deaf.

makAveli
makAveli
9 years ago

Milan sucks big time. I dont expect a win against Cagliari. And to the allegri defenders, Allegri is part of management. Did he not request for Bojan himself? Did he not say he would have resigned he disagreed with th squad that ‘management’ had brought up? Was it management or him who threw out Ronaldinho and Pirlo? Pleeeeeeaaase

nick
nick
9 years ago

If Allegri goes then the only suitable replacement that can make an instant impact in my opinion are listed below: These coaches I feel base on our budget would take the job. That rules out coaches like Guardiola and Mourinho!

#1Tasotti
2 Lippi
3.Rijkaard
4.Guidolin-i doubt he will leave but it is possible
5.Donadoni

Stephan Kareem El Shaawary
Stephan Kareem El Shaawary
9 years ago

First of all this Udinese squad lost all their stars (Asamoah,Handanovic,Isla…) and still the$ managed to beat us.So this is not Allegri fault?Second Juve is statisticl$ best club in Europe thanks to Pirlo $ho $as dumped b$ Allegri.I proved m$ point sa$onara.

Hezs
9 years ago

We all shuld learn to appreciate our legends like ambro

R kenny
9 years ago

Stop blame allegri blame d bad management ,forza milan.