Brescia-Milan: The Rossoneri squad

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Samu Castillejo during training at Milanello. (@acmilan.com)

Here is the squad of Milan.

AC Milan face Brescia Calcio on Friday evening when the clock points 20:45 CET / Italy time at Stadio Mario Rigamonti for the 21st matchday of the 2019/20 Serie A and the Rossoneri coach Stefano Pioli has named his squad for this encounter.

Davide Calabria, Léo Duarte, Lucas Biglia and Lucas Paquetá are out.

Probabl XI (Sky): Gianluigi Donnarumma; Andrea Conti, Mateo Musacchio, Alessio Romagmoli, Theo Hernández; Samu Castillejo, Franck Kessié, Ismaël Bennacer, Ante Rebić; Zlatan Ibrahimović, Rafael Leão.

GoalkeepersDefendersMidfieldersForwards
Asmir BegovićAndrea ContiIsmaël BennacerSamu Castillejo
Antonio DonnarummaMatteo GabbiaGiacomo BonaventuraZlatan Ibrahimović
Gianluigi DonnarummaTheo HernándezHakan ÇalhanoğluRafael Leão
Simon KjærFranck KessiéKrzysztof Piątek
Mateo MusacchioRade KrunićAnte Rebić
Ricardo RodríguezSuso
Alessio Romagmoli
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Gbenga AJOSE
Gbenga AJOSE
7 months ago

Rumour has it that Calhanoglu may start ahead of Rebic tomorrow based on Pioli”s choice. I have come to realise that our coaches prefer Calhanoglu because of his support he offers for the defence. To me this is bullshit ! We should leave defence duties for defenders and not attackers. Calhanoglu is an attacker so he should face his duty. If the excuse is that he is covering for Theo Hernández when he overlaps then Theo should be advised by the coach to restrict his overlapping. We don’t need Calhanoglu any more

nick
nick
7 months ago
Reply to  Gbenga AJOSE

If this is true then Pioli should definitely be on his way out this summer. Getting real tired of these mediocre coaches at Milan taking half a season and more to drop useless underperforming players.

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
7 months ago
Reply to  nick

Well we had our chances to get a good coach and we blew it. There was legit a plethora of good coaches available. We missed out on them just like we missed out on a lot of good players. We take too long, and don’t want to spend money. Can’t make real money without spending real money. Wanna take a chance on small coaches, don’t be surprised when we get small coach results.

anom
anom
7 months ago
Reply to  Nathan Graegin

It doesn’t take a genius to realize that Calhanoglu & Suso are not starting eleven material. Never were and never will be. Even Serie C managers should figure that out.

Milan653
Milan653
7 months ago
Reply to  Gbenga AJOSE

But Theo’s our Main attacking threat
Restricting him would Be stupid

anom
anom
7 months ago
Reply to  Gbenga AJOSE

Correction: Calhanoglu is NOT an attacker even though he’s stealing someone else’s place in the attacker’s position. And to be exact: he’s a benchwarmer at best. Not even a midfielder or trequartista.

Ink
Ink
7 months ago

Should have called Bresciniani and Maldini up.

Franco6
Franco6
7 months ago
Reply to  Ink

Yup, but anyways Come on Lads!!! Another win please

nick
nick
7 months ago

I saw the official lineup and of course Çalhanoğlu is starting over Rebić. Unbelievable.

I tell you what win or lose I’m ready for Allegri or Pochettino.

Nesta1
Nesta1
7 months ago
Reply to  nick

I can’t believe he’s drop rebic who scored twice in a rare outing for a guy who never does anything, I give up! Smh

nick
nick
7 months ago
Reply to  Nesta1

It’s a eye soar to see Calhanoglu on the pitch.

tcl00
tcl00
7 months ago

If he does not start Rebic next match, I am going to start a online petition and will require all of your signature. I think the “turkish kebab” is the luckiest of all Milan flops, last four coaches have selected him regardless of his performance.