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Posted on: Oct 13 2020, 09:12 PM


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Financial Times: CVC consortium get approval from Serie A clubs for €1.6bn rights deal – Milan voted in favour
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Football Italia - Should the Milan Derby Go Ahead?
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Posted on: Oct 4 2020, 04:45 PM


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QUOTE (han2503 @ Oct 4 2020, 10:26 AM) *
If Napoli are the ones not wanting to travel because they have players missing than that is a forfeit. The league and Juve as well should not go into the hassle of postponing the game simply because Napoli don't feel like travelling.

When I first thought that they were being stopped by the Naples authorities I thought it was an unsportsman like gesture from Juve. Because if they cannot play the game due to outside forces they should at least try to postpone.

But with the new details being revealed it seems like Napoli are trying to take advantage of the situation.

Agreed.
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Posted on: Oct 4 2020, 03:36 PM


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Official Statement:

AC Milan is delighted to announce the signing of defender José Diogo Dalot Teixeira on loan from Manchester United FC.

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https://www.acmilan.com/en/news/articles/me...ent-diogo-dalot
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Posted on: Oct 4 2020, 12:34 AM


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There seems to be a lot of conflicting reports on this at the moment though, so I'm taking everything with a grain of salt.

The latest collective agreement I've seen from news outlets and Twitter accounts is that Napoli are speaking to Serie A to avoid a forfeit in case they don't travel and are asking for a postponement. That much was expected.

We'll see how this unfolds (it started quite badly though)
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Posted on: Oct 4 2020, 12:22 AM


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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Oct 3 2020, 07:51 PM) *
Seems like somebody really hates Juve. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/wink.gif)

I don't think it was unsportsmanlike. It wasn't against Napoli, it was to take a stand against these ridiculous decisions.


I'm not saying you're wrong or I'm right, but we just clearly see it differently.

Lol I also don't really have anything specifically against Juventus.

But I would say that I believe anyone who is in a position of power (or in Juventus' case; has held dominance... over the league since inception).

They especially... should hold themselves accountable to codes of conduct and morality. In this case; sportsmanship. Not give the public reason to scrutinize and lambaste them for a lack of ethics.

I'm not sure I understand why you view it as a ridiculous decision tbh. If the rumors in the media are true that is, and they were barred from making the trip (given the current pandemic). I definitely think it should require them to act outside of their regular purview, and adopt compassion.

I may be thinking too much into it, but I really do believe while Juventus were within their right to say what they said... It was unnecessary and showed a lack of care or consideration for their opponent and their current challenges.

But it's whatever... I really do hope the FIGC gets their sh1t together though. Cuz the season has only just begun and it's already getting messy. I won't be surprised if the entire league gets postponed due to a lack of foresight in terms of procedures & processes for operating during a pandemic.

Failure to adhere to health guidelines or just common sense could make it bad for everyone. They've already (foolishly) decided to cutback on required testing of players for covid (to now currently just 48 hours prior to match days).
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Posted on: Oct 3 2020, 10:48 PM


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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Oct 3 2020, 06:43 PM) *
Juventus were in the right. They got pissed about that idiotic decision. I would have too, if it was Milan. The game had to be played, simple as.

This league is in mess... I wouldn't be surprised if it's postponed across the board soon for how poorly they are responding to it all.

And imo it was still an unsportsmanlike gesture from Juve, but I can't say I'm surprised...
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Posted on: Oct 3 2020, 10:38 PM


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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Oct 3 2020, 06:05 PM) *
Juventus can't do jackshit. It's up to the FIGC to decide. Napoli have been denied travel by the local health authority due to Elmas also testing positive after Zielinsky yesterday.

As far as I know, the game simply has to be postponed, because local health authorities have higher jurisdiction than the FIGC about these matters.

It's a clusterfuck, really. They should have simply applied UEFA's policy that if at least 13 players are negative then the game has to be played. Otherwise, at this rate there'll be a shitload of games that will be postponed as the season goes on.

Football Italia's words, not mine...

But imo, it was a classless act... What Juventus could've done though was kept their mouth shut and waited for the FIGC to make a public statement... Which they now have apparently...

https://www.football-italia.net/160105/seri...head?mobile=off
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Posted on: Oct 3 2020, 09:54 PM


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SMFH...

Juventus are trying to force Napoli to forfeit tomorrow’s Serie A game 3-0, whereas the Partenopei argue they are banned from travelling due to COVID restrictions.

https://www.football-italia.net/160100/juve...postpone-napoli
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Posted on: Sep 25 2020, 10:07 PM


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QUOTE (Forza Milan! @ Sep 25 2020, 05:57 PM) *
Probably a better choice for us despite the age. Not a big fan of Chiesa, and that still seems our primary target for this role.

I'm optimistic... I really can't have an opinion on the guy as I only learned of his yesterday after our game. But Glimt are said to be playing some of the best football the Norwegian league has seen.

But if the rumors hold weight and he makes the switch, I'm curious how well he'd adapt to a new league and team at such a young age with expectations to fill a role almost immediately.

Time will tell... 10 days (or less).
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Posted on: Sep 25 2020, 10:02 PM


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The amount of names rumored (linked) to Milan these days are endless... Particularly for CB... Milenkovic, Fofana, Nastasic, Rudiger, Ajer (I'm sure I'm missing a few)... And most recently Nordi Mukiele of Leipzig.

[Di Marzio] Milan had contacts today (yesterday) with RB Leipzig for French defender Nordi Mukiele. His valuation is €20M.
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Posted on: Sep 25 2020, 09:49 PM


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QUOTE (Forza Milan! @ Sep 25 2020, 04:53 PM) *
Yup, that was him. Haugue

Problem is we don't really need a LW.

I was thinking the same (with respect to the LW/RW)

I was doing some brief checks on his previous stats and whatnot, and in doing so I came across their #10 (RW) - Philip Zinckernagel is actually a similarly rated / valued player, that can also play both wings... In fact his MOTM ratings are more than Haugue's in the Norwegian league. I'm guessing the attraction for Haugue more has to do with his age however (20 vs 25) and that he was a standout against us last night.
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Posted on: Sep 25 2020, 09:44 PM


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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Sep 25 2020, 04:12 PM) *
I'll be honest, I paid zero attention to their players last night. Only the blonde guy who assisted the 92' chance caught my eye.

Same for me earlier... Then I managed to come across this highlight reel that was put together of him if you're interested in having a look...

https://twitter.com/SempreMilanCom/status/1...2038912002?s=19
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Posted on: Sep 24 2020, 02:42 PM


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QUOTE (Forza Milan! @ Sep 24 2020, 10:37 AM) *
Looks like Ibra also tested positive

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Posted on: Sep 24 2020, 03:37 AM


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Official: Leo Duarte is sick with the coronavirus. This was confirmed by yesterday's test. At the time of testing, the rest of the staff tested negative. The Brazilian has since been isolated. Another set of tests are supposed to be taken soon.

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Posted on: Sep 18 2020, 03:32 AM


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Memphis Depay rumors have been picking back up again...

🎙️Di Marzio:"Lyon could propose Memphis Depay as part of the deal for Paquetà. AC Milan followed him for some time, but with Ibra who never wants to be on the bench, I don't know if Milan want another striker."

📰Di Marzio:" Depay was in the sights of FC Barcelona, but the deal is not concluded. He has one more year left in his contract and Lyon would not want to lose him on a free transfer."


Then of course there was his tweet from end of last year when Ibra signed for us that that people are definitely trying to make something out of...

https://twitter.com/Memphis/status/1210621254560047109?s=19
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Posted on: Sep 14 2020, 10:23 AM


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📰 @AntoVitiello: Zlatan has returned to training and will be available for the match against Shamrock Rovers on Thursday.
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Posted on: Sep 12 2020, 03:44 AM


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A salary of 10 million euros net per season for Gianluigi Donnarumma is just rumor. Milan has not spoken to Mino Raiola since the contract with Zlatan Ibrahimovic was renewed. Rossoneri may make contact regarding the 21-year-old at the end of the mercato.

[Gianluca Di Marzio]


*shrugs...
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Posted on: Sep 11 2020, 02:16 AM


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I know right...

I'm sorta hoping that we're just working very silently in the background without much news being leaked via the media... *shrugs* *fingers crossed*

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QUOTE (han2503 @ Sep 10 2020, 04:52 PM) *
Looking at our defensive lineup atm is worrying.

I really hope we bring in a CB and RB this window. Musacchio, Duarte and Gabbia imo are huge question marks, if Romagnoli or Kjear get injured (which is highly likely) we're screwed.

Couldn't agree more. Romagnoli is currently recovering from his injury that ended his season a few games shy (but he should be back near month end).

But I'm certain that the club is aware of this and reinforcements would arrive tbh.

(We need a back up to Theo as well...)
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QUOTE (Danny @ Sep 10 2020, 12:28 PM) *
Sounds significantly (along with the stats) like he could do a lot better than us, and he joined because he's a Rossonero himself.

Those situations are always advantageous.

Lucky for us that he is a true Milanista. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/devil.gif) (IMG:style_emoticons/default/devilsmiley.gif)

Btw... I posted an article in his player thread that I came across on SempreMilan.

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QUOTE (Danny @ Sep 9 2020, 09:07 PM) *
I don't know him particularly well - a good signing?


Sandro Tonali insight: Scouting report, player comparison, transfer rating and more…

By Rohit Rajeev

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Sandro Tonali was a player that found himself on the wish list of some of Europe’s top clubs. However, the self-proclaimed life-long fan of Milan has found his way home.

A move to Inter seemed all but sealed, but the Nerazzurri’s reluctance and Antonio Conte’s demand for more experience in the middle of the park allowed Milan to act quickly and swoop to seal a deal within 72 hours.

It is reported that Milan will sign Tonali on the formula of a €10m loan plus a €15m option to buy and €10m in further bonuses, and a future sell on fee of %15.


Sandro is home, but what should Milan fans expect?

Back story
Tonali took his first steps as a young player for Lombardia Uno, a Milanese team with which he competed in the Pulcini category in the 2007-08 season, when he was just seven.The following year he moved to Piacenza, where he stayed for three seasons, before moving to Brescia at the age of 12.

Tonali made his senior debut for Brescia at the age of 17 coming on as a substitute in a Serie B match on 26 August 2017. He finished that season with two goals and two assists, making 19 league appearances.

In the 2018-19 season Tonali was part of the Brescia team that won the Serie B title and gained direct promotion to Serie A. He made his Serie A debut against Cagilari in the 2019-20 campaign and played a total of 35 matches this season.

Tonali has never hidden his support for Milan and has always been vocal of his support for club legend Gennaro Gattuso. A letter written by Tonali as a child surfaced on social media where he asks for a Milan shirt.


Brescia president Cellino said “We have received offer in January from Barcelona for Tonali. Manchester United made a bid for him before Milan, but once Milan came forward the player went crazy and asked to join Milan because it’s the team he supported since he was a child.”

Playing style
For Eugenio Corini’s Brescia side, Tonali played as a Regista in a 4-3-1-2 which functioned as a 4-1-2-1-2 at times. He would sit in front of the defence and dictate play with quick balls forward to start attacks.

However, Italy coach Roberto Mancini has used him as a Mezzala (box-to-box midfielder) since they already have a Regista in the form of Jorginho in the Azzurri setup. Tonali has the skillset to play both roles very capably. He carries out Corini’s game plan while putting his own imprint onto the game despite his tender age.

Tonali’s main role in the team is to be initiator of build-up play. He acts as a single point of reference by positioning himself between the first two lines to form an asymmetrical triangle while receiving passes.


While defenders pass out from the back, the full-backs push up for Brescia acting as passing options for Tonali. Usually when he receives the ball from one of the defenders he uses his dribbling skills to power through the lines of defence or uses his passing ability to advance play.


A distinguishing aspect of Pirlo’s passing was his unique body orientation that helped him angle in passes between defenders. Tonali has imbibed some of this technique in his stride which has gained him comparisons to Pirlo and a lot of praise from the maestro himself, who even called him ‘more complete’.


With Brescia not being a technically gifted side, Corini had Tonali play in front of his defence as a shield. When the attack progressed into Brescia’s final third Tonali would position himself between Brescia’s two centre-backs creating what was essentially a five-man rear guard.

Tonali’s main defensive strength lays in his unique ability to read the game and often the mind of the opponent. This gives him quite a number of opportunities to intercept passes and put his foot into tackles.

The 20-year-old does not dive into tackles but he does have a habit of giving fouls away in dangerous areas of the pitch, which is something to work on. His pro-active sense of defending has drawn comparisons to Gattuso, who was a wrecking ball on the pitch.


Once Brescia win the ball back, Tonali would position himself in a pocket of space closest to ball carrier. Being the crux of Brescia’s build up, he tries to keep the distance between him and his team-mate in possession minimal so as to not turn the ball over.

Once the ball is at his feet, the Lodi-born midfielder scans the pitch for his team-mates to try and gauge who is not being marked and could therefore generate a chance.

Tonali must be aware of the strengths and weaknesses of who he plays with in order to make the appropriate passing choice. He has a wide range of passing in his armoury and does not shy away from going long.

He also can float in balls inside the box from wide areas but wastefulness has been a big problem of Brescia’s relegation season. Tonali however being the Regista can mostly be seen occupying central areas of the pitch or occupying half spaces between the opposition’s lines of defence.

Another weapon in his arsenal is his unusual acceleration. He can be seen participating in Brescia’s counter-attacks with their forward players. He can also be seen holding players off by shielding them and has a fair amount of physicality to show he has some brawn and not all brains.


Tonali was also the designated set piece taker for Brescia. His only goal in Serie A came via a curving free-kick from an acute angle. He is also the designated corner taker.

We feel like we’ve seen a similar free-kick to this before…pic.twitter.com/aIWLOKq2sn

— SempreMilan (@SempreMilanCom) August 27, 2020

Statistical comparison
A player of a similar nature currently at Milan is Ismael Bennacer. Signed from relegated Empoli, Bennacer has been Milan’s dynamo in the middle.

Bennacer played a total of 31 matches while Tonali played 35 games last season. In terms of interceptions, Bennacer has the upper hand over Tonali with 1.7 per game compared to the Italian’s 1.2.

Bennacer has a higher passing accuracy at 88.3% completion, with Tonali only managing 76.1%. This could be down to Tonali attempting far more riskier passes as he plays as the single pivot in the midfield and is tasked with being key in the build-up.

The Algerian attempted 3.6 tackles per game coming out successful in 2.2, while Tonali won 1.1 out of 2.2 tackles. Perhaps this could point to the reason as to why Bennacer has 14 yellow cards while Tonali has only four.

In terms of attacking productivity, Bennacer has zero assists while Tonali stands out with seven mostly due to his added feature of taking set pieces. They both scored one goal.

Considering all factors, Bennacer seems to be edging Tonali to the starting spot but rest assured the youngster will give his new team-mate a run for his money.

Deal or no deal
Midfield depth has been something Milan fans have missed since the start of the club’s downturn. From having a midfield of Poli, De Jong, Montolivo, Muntari et al., Milan are looking increasingly likely to have Kessie, Bennacer, Tonali and perhaps Bakayoko at their disposal for 2020-21.

Such a marquee acquisition is a serious show of ambition by the management and ownership, and there is a certain romance about a lifelong Milan fan realising his dream at only 20 years old.

He will join Donnarumma, Romagnoli and hopefully Gabbia in forming the core of Italy’s future, while the likes of Bennacer, Theo Hernandez and Rafael Leao have created the pillars of the Rossoneri’s future.

His skillset would ensure the creativity burden would not just rest on the shoulders of Castillejo, Calhanoglu and Rebic too. Furthermore, a set-piece specialist would ensure Milan score more goals, something that has plagued them before the COVID-induced break.

What makes it sweeter from Milan fans is that the transfer was snatched from crosstown rivals Inter. Cellino’s words regarding Tonali’s undying love for the club and his grinta has already given him a cult status among the fans, who will hopefully be able to give him a warm welcome at San Siro sooner rather than later.

Transfer rating: 8.5/10



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If we manage to perform well enough as a team, and accomplish our targets, I'm kinda hopeful that it'll convince the players we have a worthwhile project to stick around for. Also, if Bennacer keeps up his form, I see no reason why his contract can't be improved although it doesn't become a priority unless he is tempted else where. Despite having a buyout clause, the agreement with a player is still essential. So the players themselves always have the last word.
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Twitter Thread Sandro Tonali - Serie A 2019/20 (IMG:style_emoticons/default/devilsmiley.gif) (IMG:style_emoticons/default/devil.gif)

1.9 Key passes/game.
(2nd best in Serie A for deep-midfielders)

0.9 Key passes/game from corners. (League best)

0.5 Key passes/game from freekicks (League best)

1.1 Key passes/game from long passes
(League best)

7 Assists.
(League best for deep-midfielder)

6.28 xA (Expected assists)
(League best for deep-midfielder)

11 Big chances created
(League best for deep-midfielder)

Only Bennacer (54) made more interceptions than Tonali (39) for u23 midfielders in Serie A

3rd Most fouled midfielder in the league (Behind De Paul & Castrovilli)

Best player at crossing in Europe at the age of 20
https://t.co/fj4ncIMXul

3rd best dribble success in the league,
only 1.9% behind Bennacer.

https://t.co/n5Iox6hU6m
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AC Milan is delighted to announce the signing of midfielder Sandro Tonali from Brescia Calcio on loan with the option to make the deal permanent. The player will wear the number 8 jersey.

Born in Lodi on 8 May 2000, Sandro Tonali started playing football with Lombardia Uno, an AC Milan academy, before moving to Piacenza and then, aged 12, to Brescia. Tonali came through the youth ranks of the Rondinelle, making his senior début in Serie B aged 17. In three seasons as a professional player with Brescia, Tonali made 89 appearances, scoring 7 goals.

Sandro has also played for the Italian U19 (11 apps) and U21 (5 apps) teams and made his Italian senior debut on 19 October 2019. He has 3 international caps for the Italian National team.

Ivan Gazidis, CEO of AC Milan, said: "We are delighted to welcome Sandro Tonali to AC Milan. He is one of the most promising young talents in international football. Sandro has a love for the Club and an understanding of its values that will add to what we want to build together. Welcome Sandro!".

Paolo Maldini, AC Milan's Technical Area Director added: “We are excited to welcome Sandro to the Rossoneri family. As a talented, young midfielder he will not only embrace the values of AC Milan but also make a significant contribution to the future success of the Club."


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QUOTE
"I wanted it.
I dreamed it.
I asked for it.
I got it.
It is the shirt of my Milan"

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