Allegri – Milan’s misunderstood coach

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THE OFFICIAL confirmation of the sacking of Allegri came on Monday after yesterday’s 4-3 defeat at the hands of Domenico Berardi and Sassuolo. And Milan fans took to various social networks to rejoice at the happy occasion. Finally, Allegri, the most hated man in Milan, is no longer managing his club.

But is it really such a joyous occasion? I am not saying that Allegri should have stayed on even after this season, but is it right to trash him as much as fans do? I understand I will catch a lot of heat for this, but what will be said needs to be said.

Allegri came in as the replacement for Leonardo on the Milan bench. Inheriting an aging squad, Allegri nonetheless got the best out of his players. Milan finished that season in 1st place, beating out city rivals Inter by 6 points, winning their first Serie A title since 03′-04′.

Highlights: Sassuolo 4-3 Milan
Official: Milan sack Allegri

Allegri also brought in Zlatan Ibrahimovic during the summer on a loan. This was also arguably Pato’s and and Robinho’s best season, with the two scoring 16 and 15 goals, respectively. Allegri took a squad filled with a lot of senators, and drilled them into a title-winning team. Sure he made some mistakes: namely the expulsion of Andrea Pirlo. But to be honest, it’s not Allegri’s fault. Looking at the stats, from 17 matches, Pirlo only managed to produce one goal and three assists. Allegri thought he was done, hell, most people thought he was done. Of course, looking back releasing Pirlo was not the best of moves, but who could have predicted such a revival would happen?

His next season was a bit worse, but still, Allegri guided Milan to a second-place finish in Serie A, and to Champions League. The squad of 2011-12 still had most of the senators, but also had young players starting to break out. Mattio De Sciglio got his first handful of matches, while Stephan El Shaarawy played 28 times for the Rossoneri. In Champions League, Allegri guided Milan to the quarter finals, where Milan controversially lost out to Barcelona away 3-1.

Last season was a miracle of miracles. In the summer of 2012, most of the older players, with the exceptions of Bonera, Ambrosini, Yepes, and Abbiati, were all either retired or released. Gattuso went to Sion, Seedorf to Botafogo, etc. Also offloaded were duo Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to PSG for around €65 million, a tidy sum. Brought in were Giampaolo Pazzini in a Cassano + €7 million swap. This was a deal that I myself can say I was skeptical about, but was quickly proven wrong with Pazzo’s hat-trick on his 2nd appearance. After 30 games, many of them subs, Pazzini finished with 15 goals in 30 matches, a fairly impressive feat. But overshadowing Pazzini were the amazing breakouts of Mattio De Sciglio at fullback and El Shaarawy on the wing. After the first few Serie A matches, Milan sat in relegation, and the beginning of the Allegri hatred was starting. But El Shaarawy, with Allegri’s faith, went on to single-handedly carry Milan half of a season, scoring 16 goals before January. In January, two very important things happened. Often-injured striker Alexandre Pato was shipped to Corinthians, and fiery striker Mario Balotelli was brought in for Manchester City using the funds from the Pato sale. Balo, as you know, went on a rampage, scoring 12 goals in 13 matches and clinching Champions League football.

This season has been a disaster. Milan are in 11th place, 30 points off of Juventus. There will be no Champions League next season for Milan. And Allegri has been the go to guy for hate, not only because of results, but because of some of his eccentric choices regarding players. Yes, I agree that playing midfielders at wingback and playing Constant at all were not the smartest things to do. But I believe he genuinely thought it through and thought that it would work.

In any case, Allegri was forced to work with squads containing players that wouldn’t even be able to get jobs as ballboys during the grande Milan era. If you look at the players in the squad right now, barring De Jong and possibly (key word possibly) Balotelli, no other player would see the pitch had they been in the squad of, say, the 2007 CL winning team. Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva, Balo, and De Jong were the best players Milan have had during Allegri’s reign. Everybody else is quite a few steps behind.

As for not playing players who fans think should be played? Do you really think you know better than Milan’s coaching staff? Do you see El Shaarawy and Saponara train every day? So tell me how you are 100% that playing one or the other will solve all of Milan’s problems.

Allegri’s stats and honours also do not give the impression of the horrible coach Milan seem to have in mind:

2007-2008- Panchina d’Oro Prima Divisione
2007-2008- Panchina d’Oro (Golden Bench for best Serie A coach)
2010-2011- Serie A, Supercoppa Italia, Serie A Coach of the Year
Overall- 1.92 ppg, 51% wins (2nd best stats for a coach in Berlusconi era)

Yes, you read correctly. Allegri has 3 coach of the year awards sitting on his fireplace. He also is the 2nd best coach that Berlusconi has employed.

So say what you want about him, he did well as a coach. I know this turned into a rant rather than the structured article I hoped for, but I am tired of seeing countless mindless fans drag Allegri’s name through the dirt without stopping to think about the whole story.

Say what you want of me, but I respect him for what he has done and I wish him the best on his journey in football, I wish him success, wherever he goes, and I wish that at his next club, he gets more fan respect than at Milan.

Ciao, and grazie, Mr. Allegri.

Follow me on twitter @daniel_gutman so we can chat, and check out my site at inoffthecrossbar.com

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WOLFE
WOLFE
7 years ago

Well put. He had his ups and downs but he did his best and we should be grateful for that. Lets just hope that our new era of coaching can do even better than the last. Forza Milan.

Milanista
Milanista
7 years ago

Allegri made much more mistakes, Pierre Emireck Aubameyang is now one of the top strikers in the world and he sold him for 1M Euros only, he also sold pato instead of giving him time and never made a substitute before the 80th minute. to be honest his place is in Serie C

asd123
asd123
7 years ago
Reply to  Milanista

Actually, I don’t think Allegri sold anyone.

And Pato, he was always injured, something was wrong with the medical team or in the trainings he used. Giving more time would have not solved anything.

RKaY
RKaY
7 years ago

I don’t hate allegri and i thank him for his time at Milan but sinply put, his time was up. Milan needs a complete overhaul and unfortunately he was dragged down first.

Massimo
Massimo
7 years ago

In the past year and a half I’ve been a non fan of Allegri… but I can agree that hating him would be too harsh… I seriously doubt Allegri ment any harm for Milan… He just had a vision, but sadly it did not work out very well for him. I can remember though, Allegri was the one who gave De Sciglio playing time as soon as he got to Milan when Ancelotti had other options. I can’t say I’m thankful to Allegri but neither can I hate him or wish him any bad because that would simply be wrong… Read more »

a16
a16
7 years ago

stupi.d article its was alegri fault i have not seen the training have u? but most (80%) of the players got injured in training rather on the pitch..can u answer tat alegri boy..no players seems interested in playing for milan who is suppose to encourage the player did he? no..n it was evident he couldnt manage the tatics (lose to barca, worst after liverpool)..playin players out of position..explain tis it took him 3 seasons to understand emmaluson is not a play maker but a left back..N finally giving young player break it was des & el sharrway helped him to… Read more »

karth
karth
7 years ago

Those criticizing allegri are all 15 year old kids. You wrote an article to voice your opinion on all of them? Anyways, Allegri’s time was up the day he lost against Barcelona inspite of having a 2-0 lead over them. Milan are a champions league team. A team born for the glory of the big eared cup. And allegri never really got how to play in the CL. He was tactically ousted by Tottenham! And he was never improving on the international stage. With players, he had a bad choice too. Consider the following who he had no idea about… Read more »

Ricco
Ricco
7 years ago

Yeah sorry I know what you’re trying to do but you can create any narrative you want. In my opinion, Allegri has led the team with extremely uninspired and conservative tactics (3 lumberjacks in the midfield – no creativity). His team selections have been woeful (constant, nocerino, emanuelson as a trequartista?); his training has been medieval (pato, thiago silva, el sharaway injuries); his man management has been quite bad (reports of players showing up late to practice, no respect from the team or berlusconi, all senators that left the club have spoken out about against him); Matri; how many games… Read more »

Ouch!
Ouch!
7 years ago
Reply to  Ricco

U my friend are my hero! Infinite likes for this comment! I seriously suggest all allegri fan boys who just defend him to the ends of the earth pack their bags and follow allegri out the door!

jaxx
jaxx
7 years ago

you are right in a way mr. guttman..but like seriously are you trying to justify losses against clubs like sassuolo, parma etc?! common man….nobody is saying milan should win the league but being 11th placed with a team that has some decent players that could match roma n co….common man..did you think before writting this article or are you just seeking attention?

Mauricio
Mauricio
7 years ago

Dude are you in drugs or u didnt watch any match? Yes his numbers are positive but come on we are AC Milan not Cagliari. He didnt bring zlatan during the winter, u need to correct that. Yes the 1st year the team won the scudetto but it was Ibra and Silva who got won it for milan. All his tactics that year was give it to ibra and lets see what he does. U said who could have seen that Pirlo was going to have a revival? Well Seedorf left and he is doing good in brazil, ronaldinho left… Read more »

anon
anon
7 years ago

Allegri didn’t bring Zlatan to Milan. He had nothing to do with it. And in fact he’s the one who wanted Milan to sell Zlatan because he couldn’t handle him. Allegri is totally unable to react to anything during a match. He waits, waits and waits until the opponent finally scores one or two goals after a 15-20min period of total control of the game. Then he finally reacts (probably Tassotti tells him to…) and makes a panic substitution where he puts 5 attackers on the field with no clear system. And don’t get me started with his love for… Read more »

anon
anon
7 years ago

…and the Scudetto was clearly won by the players and not by Allegri. Milan relied 100% on Zlatan and now that he’s gone, Milan has been REALLY awful. If Allegri is such a magician and great coach how come Milan keeps on playing like a Serie B team every damn week?

Pezbru
Pezbru
7 years ago

Well obviously you didn’t watch any of Milan’s games under allegri. Allegri’s first season he won the scudetto which milan had the best squad by far in serie a with no real competition so any other place than 1st would’ve been unexceptable . His 2nd season milan finished 2nd when we really should of won the league with the squad we had and still with no real competition other than a juventus team that was just starting to put things together and get back to the top. Last season was probably his best performance for milan because he had to… Read more »

Eleshin1
Eleshin1
7 years ago

He try or no try, dat 1 no conscien person.. Is he managed milan and won many cups lyk Di mateo for chelsea? Mtwww, pls think b4 u wl write any article.. Milan try for hm alot bcs if it’s Abramovich, he would have being a forgetable coach of milan., milan is a team dat must always be on top bcs of d club history, usin of bonera, buyin roten matri, askin unworthful and below average playa to milan haba.. We strugle to get money for watching dos matches., can person use his money to buy hearthattack? NO… Arsenal,chelsea,man u… Read more »

Yaser7
Yaser7
7 years ago

Here are some of Allegri’s mistakes: 1) one dimensional game plan. Basically, Give the ball to Ibra/Pazzo/SES/Balo and let him do his magic. That reads as overdependance on individual players’ brilliance rather than the team tactics. 2)Hatred to creative players and preference of combative players. That is, shipping Ronaldinho, Pirlo, Aquilani and Seedorf in favor of Boateng, MVB and Nocerino. Only Aquilani was replaced by Montolivo while the others were not. 3) Playing players out of position. For example, playing Boateng/Emanuelson as trequartesta, Constant as a full back and Niang as a right winger. 4) Never trusting in youth players… Read more »

arber
arber
7 years ago

As of Gianluca di Marzio: Alessandro Matri sees Fiorentina. The agreement between the two clubs has been practically achieved. This evening there was an attempt to exchange Matri-Hernanes between AC Milan and Lazio, but just Lotito said no, Galliani has given the go ahead to the player to choose his new destination. And Matri has chosen Florence, where he apparently thinks he can find a space important now that there are so many accidents. Montella expects it. Petagna wasnt called up for this weekends match with his actual team Sampdoria, with could mean that he will immediately come to Milan,… Read more »

Jerekre
Jerekre
7 years ago

I admit the players aren’t all that great but they’re better than averaging a point per game. Allegri did well last season with all the players leaving and all but this season has being awful and the sack should have come much earlier. Maybe like Pirlo he just grew stale at Milan

jaxx
jaxx
7 years ago

hmm.mr gutman do you actually watch football or you just skim through it

shev jhb
shev jhb
7 years ago

someone will employ allegri again then you can go on write all your articles on their blog allegri’s lawyer

Boban4ever
Boban4ever
7 years ago

Daniel, you do raise some interesting points but let me ask you a few questions: 1) Are you certain the PPG (points per game) took into account that a win was only TWO points back in the day? So you are saying that Mr. Allegri came second? So he must have beaten either Sacchi or Capello. Please confirm. 2) What is the tactical legacy of Mr. Allegri? e.g. Sacchi: The true revolutionary coach with off the ball movement, intensity, and high pressing. Capello: Unbelievable discipline and domination. Ancelloti: The Christmas tree. 3) Would you call Mr. Allegri an active coach… Read more »

Danrondo
Danrondo
7 years ago

I disagree with your article bro, these bunch of guys are better than 11th position. I think he won only twice as best coach. There’s no pity for him because that’s what the industry he works dictates. He’ll soon get another job obviously. All his other inadequacies have been stated by other fans on this forum. Now he can move on… I know the experiences he’s garner will serve him well. All the best Allegri,hope you get another job soonest

Jibola
Jibola
7 years ago

It’s not about hate, it’s about passion not to accept failure when there’s every chance of having success. I stood for Allegri in this blog for seasons even when critics were saying stuffs about him but at the end of the day we all realize he’s not the sailor to sail this ship to land of success.

I wish him all the best in his endeavours.

1five1
7 years ago

you guys need a politician coach, someone who will play a player because d fans want him. Allegri neva did, he does what he wants, plays who he feels is best, not d fans favourite. he dosent play a youngster because he’s young and needs to develop, he plays him because he’s better dan everyone else in dat position. Disadvantage is d young player dosent get often first team xperience, advantage is, any young player dat plays knows he’s playing not because he’s young and needs to develop, but because he worked for it and deserved it and dat is… Read more »

Ross Oneri
Ross Oneri
7 years ago
Reply to  1five1

Seedorf is bringing Stam and Crespo with him. Word in the air is that they want to bring Maldini as their Sporting Director once they are in charge. Galliani is said to be against appointment of Seedorf but Silvio Berlusconi didn’t entertain him this time around he is firm on Seedorf appointment. Galliani understands it very clear that any of our former players will want to bring Maldini in. I mean it is understandable they all see Maldini as a great leader. There is also Barbara who wants Galliani out. Don’t be suprise when you hear Galliani is quiting

Rossonero93
Rossonero93
7 years ago

Are you trying to bring him back? Hell no. I dont say he didnt do win, but in the last season he has no motivation, bcz he knows he’s leaving at the end of this season… He lost the balls in locker room, noone is listening to him. Then why would Lady B keep him? You want to watch this awful footbal he was producing with this solid team? Look at Liverpool. They do have a kinda mediocre team too, but they are at the top of the EPL. Even Manchester United changed. With almost same team Fergie was at… Read more »

Ross Oneri
Ross Oneri
7 years ago
Reply to  Daniel Gutman

He got what he deserved. I mean Allegri didn’t seem like anyone under pressure to me, he was too comfortable because after every lose Galliani is always the first to talk to the Media backing Allegri. Even after the game against Sassuolo he said he is used to rumours about him being fired and he said he talked to Galliani and everything is fine… and guess what Barbara herself talked to the media saying there is a need for urgent change. Galliani only learnt about that the next day.

Rossonero93
Rossonero93
7 years ago
Reply to  Daniel Gutman

Well, I respect what he accomplish in these years at milan. I dont judge him that he is a bad person, but I judge him, because he is not a milan type coach. It was painful to watch milan games for 2 years so far. I think we all know milan could just do better with another coach, which has a winning mentality. I thank Allegri for every trophy he brought to milan in these 3.5 years. We all know he did much bad things than good things to milan. I agree you can’t call any-person like: “cancer or shit”,… Read more »

Jibola
Jibola
7 years ago
Reply to  Daniel Gutman

I get your point Daniel but that’s “A Reality” of modern coaching job and Allegri knows this.

Rico
Rico
7 years ago

First i thought Allegri is a good coach, but after 2years i realised, that milan won the scudetto under Allegri just because of the individual quality of players like Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva and no competition in Serie A. Remember the only tacticts Allegri had, was playing the ball to Ibrahimovic and wait for a wonder. He preffered Mesbah to Emanuelson or Antonini……Urby played one season long as AM…..or playing Bonera and Muntari so many times…..to conclude it all Allegri was an average coach with no special ideas and tactics who had a good first season. I am sure Seedorf… Read more »

milan4life
milan4life
7 years ago

Hi Daniel. I understand what you are saying, and YES, we should be more thankfull for what he did, BUT… I have been a rossoneri since i was a Kid, i’m 26 today, and i just can’t remember a time where Milan played more boring and unattractive football then during the Allegri era. Milan used to play football With passion, its was entertaining, fun to watch and exciting. Today i must yawn several times during a match because it is so bad. I want my Milan back, the milan that the world respected and were afraid of. Not the sleeping… Read more »

jaxx
jaxx
7 years ago

yeah u are right mr. gutman but
allegri had all this coming

andrs
andrs
7 years ago

i don’t care countmax.. i only care about milan..FORZA MILAN..

yaser
yaser
7 years ago

complete information

anceloti :
391match, 1.93 ppg (1.97 for serie A)

capello:
1st time: 212match, 2.05ppg
2nd time: 34match , 1.29ppg
total: 246match, 1.94ppg (1.90 for serie A)

arigo sacchi:
1st time: 159match 1.98ppg
2nd time: 24match 1.17ppg
total: 183match 1.87ppg (1.85 for serie A)

allegri:
178 match, 1.81ppg (1.92 for serie A)

so allegri was 2nd only in serie A and he was not very good in CL!

thanks Max

Cyborg
Cyborg
7 years ago

Allegri was not misunderstood, we understand him perfectly, and that’s why we conclude that he is the worst coach we ever had.

I don’t mind if he sticks to his beliefs, but there are also Milan’s beliefs which he didn’t respect. All you’ve written on this article is to give Allegri the successes that really don’t belong to him. And now when he has to repeat them he is unable to. And you leave out his failures which have weighted heavily on us.

Ross Oneri
Ross Oneri
7 years ago
Reply to  Cyborg

Yes!!!

EllO
EllO
7 years ago

Sedorf ,Ambrosini and Nesta schouldnt leave ..it was Alegris fault that they left

We schould get some quality players from Atletico Madrid and Tottenham ..they have great players this year

Pa ibra
Pa ibra
7 years ago

true its inhuman to hate people. i guess fans just hate what coaches & footballer do, WE HAVE NOTHING PERSONAL AGAINST THEM. allegri have been doing lot of stuffs to this club – from getting rid of our favourite players to playing defensive football which is my main issue with him. my joy is of seeing a new milan, not because a man have lost his job. we’re sorry and wishing him better luck somewhere else.

looking forward to seeing beautiful football again. forza milan!!

b-twaise(mr classic)
b-twaise(mr classic)
7 years ago

Indeed allegri has performed terribly in recent times as a milan coach.Diego simeone of atletico madrid has made his team more cohesive despite the fact that he has spent fewer years in the dugout than mr allegri. Without saying much,allegri is not the man to lead milan to greater heights.ENOUGH SAID.

Nana Billy
7 years ago

hey mr gutman come again with another peace of talk. what u wrote sounds lyk a dirge in my ears.y shdn’t us be overjoy whiles we ve been under imprisonment wt hard labour for bad 4 yrs. we need a competent coach u can help us to eliminate athletic madirid n go for a respectable position in CL. We also need to be doing well at d domestic league. A coach who can’t beat d lyks of sassoulo n u re wasting ur tym to defend him at dis tym of d hour. Pls dont waste ur tym we ve… Read more »

Cowmagnet
Cowmagnet
7 years ago

It really wasn’t necessary for Daniel to list all of Allegri’s failures. He probably knew you guys would do it for him like we haven’t all read the comments section before. All he’s pointing out is the other side of the story, which the instinctual hatred fans have immediately glosses over.
No one’s claiming Allegri’s successes outweighed his failures. It’s blatantly obvious they didn’t. But every man deserves both sides of their story told.

jose
7 years ago

Allegri had to go,if possible galliani should follow him.look at Allgeri’s tactical approaches to matches,his changes,the players he prefers,this guy is not ours,its too good he left.now players such as Muntari,Robinho,Niang,Bonera,Abiati too should be sold ,they are no longer playing football,Allgeri does not know that Milan’s biggest dreams is winning the champion league;

Shams Arafat
Shams Arafat
7 years ago

Petagna back in Milan. Confirmed

arber
arber
7 years ago
Reply to  Shams Arafat

SOURCe?

arber
arber
7 years ago

Gianluca di Marzio writes: Tassotti first press conference as manager of AC Milan. Tomorrow is the Italian Cup but the air at Milanello is different. First, the exemption of the imminent arrival of Allegri and Seedorf: “What Max said is the reality of the facts. There have been great players who have become great coaches and others who have had no luck. Clarence does not lack personality and we are curious to see it at work. He knows the environment, I will work with him and are ready to confront all situations of which we are. “Hot issue market. Tassotti… Read more »

san siro
san siro
7 years ago

Dear Daniel Gutman, How many derbies did Allegri win in the last two years? Do you remember what our current position on the league table is? If yes, what is the point different between a champions league spot and Milan. Most importantly, how close are we tp the relegation zone? How many teams in serie A conceded as much as us? For a giant club like Milan, do yoy have any idea what our goal difference is? Dear Daniel. Yes, I am fed up to seeing my Milan players lost on the pitch with no idea what to do with… Read more »

al83
al83
7 years ago

We can go on and on with all the mistakes BUT let’s think a bit more simple to judge him. Yes Milan lost a lot of top players and many bad choices have been made the last years. BUT still… Do you think that THIS year’s roster is worthy to be at this position? Just compare the players on by one with all the teams that are above us and tell me that they are better than us… Do you thing that Inter has OVERALL better players than Milan? Or Fiorentina? Or even Roma? Or Verona? Just watch the table… Read more »

Abdulazeez
Abdulazeez
7 years ago

we all respect him and wish him well but he frustrated us countless times with his rash decision making. you sure painted him as a hero but did you stop to ask yourself. ” why do milanistis hate this man” i will tell you and hopefully you can amend your article. the season milan came second he threw the title away by not fielding our best against fiorentina and by playing silva against roma when it was clear he wasn’t fit, thus ensuring he did nt play for the rest of the season. when boateng came everyone knew from his… Read more »

john
john
7 years ago

If u look at results, I think Allegri has done OK.

But if look at how Milan have played the last couple years i’am disappointed.

Allegris game in the final third has been awful, with lack of vision and a clear identity. Milan have been very dependent, on a Lucky penalty or brilliant play from a single player.

Same goes for defence, Milan have been conceding the same setplay goals, ever since tiago and nesta left. U must be able to remove these erroers over 1,5 years.

#1fifaplayer
#1fifaplayer
7 years ago

Allegri had 1 good year and that’sit.. XXT here’s no reason that this team today should be in top 5 instead of 11. That is y he deserved to be sacked and that’s it. I thank him for the good he’s done but it was time for change and it was right to do so.. Now Seedorf gets the chance to succeed or fail, which I hope he’s very successful, but with the team at his disposal he should turn them around no doubt

Malpropio
Malpropio
7 years ago

In my opinion you are missing the point mister gutman as even if Allegri was not the only or for that matter the main culprit behind milan current state he was an important cog in it. Allegri is not a terrible coach but not one that should be coaching Milan at least not now and your argument that he’s the second best milan coach is ridiculous to say the least, I see that someone posted points per game as the reason why Max should be ranked number 2 and it will not escape anyone that he outranks probably Milan’s best… Read more »

Axelynx22
Axelynx22
7 years ago

Yes its confirmed amdrea petagna is officially back to milan! And matri is on medical visits to fiorentina! This months is getting better and better!

And oh yes, with all my respect. I still thank allegri for all his time here, he is a great person and a great coach, but not suitable enough for milan.

Crossing my fingers in this exciting january!!

aizi
aizi
7 years ago

it has been confirmed….Seedorf has retired and is now going to milan to take on the job as the next manager of ac milan…..hope the management knows what they are doing taking such a huge gamble.

flooresens
flooresens
7 years ago

Let me say this and feel free to get me wrong. In every professional football clubs, successes credit everyone while failures shoot the head coach (manager) first. i.e. a striker worth is measured by the goals he scored (Matri), a defender worth by the goals he prevented. And to sum it all a coach is worth his team’s position at the table. That is inevitable; absolute. Dr. G might’ve been distracted by the financial problems hampering the club, but lady B is burning red everytime she watch serie A highlights on tv; espescially when she saw the table ranks. 6… Read more »

Axelynx22
Axelynx22
7 years ago

Its another official news!!
Alessandro matri leaves milan for fiorentina, (unfortunately) on loan only!

But this january is getting better and better man!
Forza milan! I really excited with this month!

Jerekre
Jerekre
7 years ago

I really like Seedorf but this is a huge gamble,hope it works out.

JonniSixx
JonniSixx
7 years ago

I’m hearing Matri is off to Fiorentina! Good for us, bad for the Viola.