The 20 most-used Milan players from 2009 to 2019: Çalhanoğlu in 17th place, Thiago Silva is 11th, Romagnoli is 4th

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Gianluigi Donnarumma before Milan-Napoli at Stadio San Siro on November 23, 2019. (Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images)

8 players from the current squad are part of the list, Zlatan Ibrahimović, Robinho and Riccardo Montolivo are on it too.

The decade will soon come to an end and it’s time to look back at the past 10 years which have been very complicated.

The Scudetto was won in the 2010/11 season but in the past years the club has failed to even qualify for the CL.

Many players have been at Milan in the past 10 years but some of them obviously wore the red and black shirt more times than others. The following is a list gathered by CIES Osservatorio del Calcio; the ranking is based on the percentage of a single player’s playing time compared to the time played by the entire team from 2009 onwards.

20. Massimo Ambrosini: 15.8% – 5338 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

19. Zlatan Ibrahimović: 15.8% – 5344 minutes in Rossoneri the last decade.

18. Davide Calabria: 16.5% – 5580 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

Massimo Ambrosini celebrating winning the Scudetto at the end of Roma-Milan at Stadio Olimpico on May 7, 2011. (Photo by Giuseppe Bellini/Getty Images)

17. Hakan Çalhanoğlu: 17.9% – 6055 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

16. Robinho: 18.8% – 6355 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

15. Ricardo Rodríguez: 18.9% – 6398 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

14. Nigel De Jong: 19.7% – 6660 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

Ricardo Rodríguez during Milan-Frosinone at Stadio San Siro on May 19, 2019. (Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images)

13. Daniele Bonera: 20.1% – 6796 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

12. Franck Kessié: 20.9% – 7074 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

11. Thiago Silva: 21% – 7122 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimović celebrating during Milan-Chievo at Stadio San Siro on November 27, 2011. (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)

10. Philippe Mexès: 21.8% – 7378 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

9. Mattia De Sciglio: 26.8% – 9073 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

8. Cristián Zapata: 26.9% – 9109 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

7. Suso: 29.2% – 9891 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

Suso and Giacomo Bonaventura celebrating during Sassuolo-Milan at Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore on September 30, 2018. (MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP via Getty Images)

6. Giacomo Bonaventura: 30.5% – 10,330 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

5. Riccardo Montolivo: 30.7% – 10,385 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

4. Alessio Romagnoli: 34.3% – 11,597 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

Ignazio Abate at the end of Milan-Frosinone at Stadio San Siro on May 19, 2019. (MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty Images)

3. Christian Abbiati: 36.4% – 12,303 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

2. Gianluigi Donnarumma: 40% – 13,551 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

1. Ignazio Abate: 54.8% – 18,551 minutes in Rossoneri in the last decade.

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after overdosing me with the arnault superdrug..
boneras and mexes
turned purple–i fly for the next decade
the list is now
mpabbe
dona
messie
theo
tonali
caldara
hakimi
guendouzi
sanco
luis
what a trip
thanks god

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They’re not the ones to blame, but the surrounding Essiens, Taarabt, Bertolacci, Alex. Those in the list were good or are good, it’s the bad managment of the men who can help us. Montolivo, Zapata, Abate hated but the best we had, could’ve performed better with some support. Milan is anxious when it comes to the transfer market. Buy attackers and hope for the best. We need midfielders, and considering Serie A’s tempo and solid defensive teams we don’t need more freaking mezzalas. Krunic, Kessie, Paqueta, Calhanoglu and Bonaventura? WTF, sell Kessie and Krunic ASAP. We are not playing a… Read more »

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Also, what about our primavera players? Nothing good comes from ir. Donnarumma was bought at 15 I think. Calabria, Cutrone are awesome performers considering their age and then good football they showed. They deserved a better treatment. Gabbia who is ready is insulted by that Duarte guy. Why did Milan invest so much time in Romagnoli who was horrible but can give Caldara and Gabbia a chance. Montolivo talked about the performance data of Milan Lab, Cutrone IMO, didnt have the technique for Serie A, but he had balls. Abate played better as CB why? Balls! Conti over Calabria? Nonsense,… Read more »

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I can’t believe you just said Romagnoli was horrible….

PlusMilan
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PlusMilan

Taarabt actually had an impact….. At one point he was one the stars in the team..

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Abate would be the one player milan miss the most right now, I know he would not play much but a true milanisti. He still did alright at times and for example now when there is caldara is just coming back and duarte injured for awhile I could see him filling in. He should get a contract until the end of this season. In the end I will always be grateful for what he did and was truly sad seeing him leave.

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what of true news for taking over of milan by arnoult specific day brothers helf me day we dont need this madiocre owner elliot time will come to celabraty for write owner arnoult welcome to the best club in italia god bleas my blood my life up up up milan thank you elliot

soheil balini
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soheil balini

it’s a sad list!

Rex
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Rex

This list speaks of Milan downfall on quality