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post Jan 13 2014, 11:52 AM
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Milan have confirmed that Massimiliano Allegri has left his position as Coach, after three-and-a-half years at the club.

The 46-year-old was widely believed on Sunday evening to have managed his last game for the Rossoneri, after the club fell to a surprise 4-3 reverse at strugglers Sassuolo.

On from Barbara Berlusconi labelling change at the club as ‘necessary and urgent’ and Milan sources indicating an announcement would come on Monday, the Diavolo have communicated their decision on the matter.

“Milan announce that it has relieved of their duties as Coach of the first team, with immediate effect, Massimiliano Allegri and his staff,” Milan’s statement released this morning reads.

“Milan would like to thank Mr Allegri and his staff for the work done and wishes them the best of success professionally.

“The team is temporarily assigned to the technical guidance of Mauro Tassotti.”

Allegri took over at San Siro in June 2010 and went on to win the Scudetto in his first season, before finishing second in 2011-12 and managing third place last season.

The Livorno-born tactician leaves with the Rossoneri sat 11th in Serie A after the first round of League fixtures, on 22 points.


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About bloody time. Glad we put him out of his misery.

Here is the official Milan twitter feed.

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post Jan 13 2014, 11:53 AM
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Milan have confirmed that Massimiliano Allegri has left his position as Coach, after three-and-a-half years at the club.

The 46-year-old was widely believed on Sunday evening to have managed his last game for the Rossoneri, after the club fell to a surprise 4-3 reverse at strugglers Sassuolo.

On from Barbara Berlusconi labelling change at the club as ‘necessary and urgent’ and Milan sources indicating an announcement would come on Monday, the Diavolo have communicated their decision on the matter.

“Milan announce that it has relieved of their duties as Coach of the first team, with immediate effect, Massimiliano Allegri and his staff,” Milan’s statement released this morning reads.

“Milan would like to thank Mr Allegri and his staff for the work done and wishes them the best of success professionally.

“The team is temporarily assigned to the technical guidance of Mauro Tassotti.”

Allegri took over at San Siro in June 2010 and went on to win the Scudetto in his first season, before finishing second in 2011-12 and managing third place last season.

The Livorno-born tactician leaves with the Rossoneri sat 11th in Serie A after the first round of League fixtures, on 22 points.

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post Jan 13 2014, 11:59 AM
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I've been waiting for this to happen, I'm interested to see with a more liked coach in charge where the blame will lie when we're still not challenging up the top end.

EDIT: You beat me by a minute, Jack, you can delete my first post (if you're able to?)

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post Jan 13 2014, 11:59 AM
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post Jan 13 2014, 12:05 PM
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post Jan 13 2014, 12:15 PM
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@kurt: I merged it.

A new coach will bring a small boost as is typical, with players playing to impress. More importantly it keeps the rabid fans at bay to appoint a fan favourite.
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post Jan 13 2014, 12:18 PM
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I expect a small honeymoon period where things pick up a little, then defeats against Napoli, Juve and going out of the CL with knock us back down and things will be as you were.

Problem is the players know there will be yet another new coach at the end of the season anyway, so they an afford to half **** it.
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post Jan 13 2014, 12:21 PM
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QUOTE (kurtsimonw @ Jan 13 2014, 02:18 PM) *
I expect a small honeymoon period where things pick up a little, then defeats against Napoli, Juve and going out of the CL with knock us back down and things will be as you were.

Problem is the players know there will be yet another new coach at the end of the season anyway, so they an afford to half **** it.


This season is lost. But at least we won't have to deal anymore with the antics of that amateur, wannabe, piece of sh*t of a coach any longer.
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post Jan 13 2014, 12:24 PM
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So, Seedorf could come right now.

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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Jan 13 2014, 01:24 PM) *
So, Seedorf could come right now.

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That's better than having a temp coach. At least that gives him 20 or so games to mess with and find what fits so we can hopefully hit the ground running next season.
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That's better than having a temp coach. At least that gives him 20 or so games to mess with and find what fits so we can hopefully hit the ground running next season.


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post Jan 13 2014, 12:45 PM
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Now lets see what will change ... Nothing !!!

Allegri had to leave yes , along with a few players. Starting with the
cheech & chong in defence...
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post Jan 13 2014, 12:46 PM
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QUOTE (Nova @ Jan 13 2014, 02:45 PM) *
Now lets see what will change ... Nothing !!!


Well, obviously. You can't expect things to change in the blink of an eye.
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... all bullsh!t aside, everyone knows I used to stand up for Allegri, but it honestly became unbearable, particularly this season.

Hopefully this is the catalyst for change that we so desire!
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post Jan 13 2014, 12:49 PM
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@ kurt, I don't expect us to storm up the table, this season, as x-off said, is 100% lost. But anything is better than what we're currently going/went through under that idiot
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