> OFFICIAL: Rino Gattuso is the New Milan Coach, Montella out!

 
Jack Sparrow
post Nov 28 2017, 03:20 PM
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Rino Gattuso leaves the Primavera team in third in the league, with 19 points, only 3 three adrift of current leaders Inter. An important which was even more important having seen the great improvements of his boys, especially in the past few weeks. Solid in defence and clinical up front, these have been the main characteristics of Ringhio's teams since the start of his coaching career. He made his debut in Switzerland, coaching FC Sion. After brief experiences at Palermo and OFI Creta, Rino restarted in Lega Pro coaching Pisa. He achieved promotion to Serie B with the Tuscan side on his first attempt (2015/2016 season) after an exciting comeback in the playoffs and ending the season with a victory over Foggia. However, the team is relegated to Lega Pro the following season with the Club also having financial issues. Then: AC Milanís Primavera team, his return to the Club that saw him winning everything as a player.

Gattuso made 468 appearances and scored 11 goals for the Rossoneri. Thirteen seasons full of trophies (10) and satisfactions: two Champions League cups, one Club World Cup, two UEFA Super Cups, two Serie A titles, two Italian Super Cups and one Coppa Italia. The 'big call' has now arrived and it's a big challenge: turn AC Milanís season around, starting immediately against Benevento. It wonít be easy but now more than ever, #weareateam.


Tidbits from the press conference

- 3 Man Defence and 4 man midfield.
- Bonucci still Captain
- Experiment with Suso because he's convinced Suso is more than 'just a winger'

My favourite quotes are:

"I said to the team to not be offended if I say a few particular words and not to be touchy."

"If I received lots of messages? Yes and it touched me. Cappello, Sacchi, Terim, Cannavaro, Ancelotti etc etc have called me... Around 11, I saw a picture of me dressed as Genny of Gomorrah and I turned off my phone"

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I've asked on twitter if any one has a link to Rino's Coverciano thesis but nothing turned up.
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post Nov 29 2017, 08:34 PM
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QUOTE (Rossoneri7 @ Nov 29 2017, 10:20 AM) *
I doubt it is and I personally think once he is fired he won't be back to primavera. As was the case for Pippo.

I believe Ringo has minimal experience when compared to other coachs we deem suitable, however there is noone available now of that calibre to take charge.

It really does not matter at this point han. We are out of CL qualification and we have the rest of the season to prepare for next season. From that premise Ringo could kick start the team.

Well logically speaking he should have been offered an interim position with a clear end date for his contract with the club making it clear also that they'd want him to return back to his Primavera position (especially since he was starting to do well with the kids)

I just don't want this to turn into another sour situation like what happened with Seedorf and Pippo after the club offered them positions they were clearly not ready for.

QUOTE (Jack Sparrow @ Nov 29 2017, 11:31 AM) *
In terms of timing, I don't think there could have been a better time. He's got 5 days till the next game, and a relatively easy run of games to get familiar.

Of course his absolute lack of a track record is the problem here. All we know is that his teams are really stingy defensively, but struggle a bit offensively. He's not a possession-maniac either

Really wish him the best. But I also wanted Pippo and Seedorf to succeed. So chances are next to zero aren't they? We need at least 60 points in the remainder of the season for it to be remotely considered an improvement.

We'll see, but there are other more pragmatic choices that could have been made like Hiddink, Prandelli and guys of that level, who might not be greatbut are all experienced and can get you the required results to see out a mildly decent season

No doubt that Montella needed to go, I just think Rino was an awful decision that will have bigger ramifications than just not doing well on the pitch
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QUOTE (han2503 @ Nov 29 2017, 11:34 PM) *
Well logically speaking he should have been offered an interim position with a clear end date for his contract with the club making it clear also that they'd want him to return back to his Primavera position (especially since he was starting to do well with the kids)

I just don't want this to turn into another sour situation like what happened with Seedorf and Pippo after the club offered them positions they were clearly not ready for.



We'll see, but there are other more pragmatic choices that could have been made like Hiddink, Prandelli and guys of that level, who might not be greatbut are all experienced and can get you the required results to see out a mildly decent season

No doubt that Montella needed to go, I just think Rino was an awful decision that will have bigger ramifications than just not doing well on the pitch


An interim role means the players know who is leaving, obviously interim right? From that premise. Then once Gattuso coach's Milan's first team and let's entertain the assumption that he might turn out alright, but is sacked, wouldn't it be better for him to coach a professional team than go back to primavera? I know how the Seedorf and Inzaghi stints turned out, but this is different; Ringo actually has a team.

The way I see it is, what is it we 'fans' have got to lose? we either stick with Montella till the end of the season, or bring in someone we don't want now or give it to Ringo.


If I recall correctly Sacchi wasn't exactly an experienced professional coach when he took over and got lots of heat because of it at the beginning of his coaching career with Milan.

All I'm saying if Ringo doesn't work there is always Sheva, Nesta, (IMG:style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif) the Milan values we grew up with passed on to the new generation.

Deep down I'm rooting for Ringo to put a jolt through this team.
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QUOTE (Rossoneri7 @ Dec 2 2017, 09:24 AM) *
An interim role means the players know who is leaving, obviously interim right? From that premise. Then once Gattuso coach's Milan's first team and let's entertain the assumption that he might turn out alright, but is sacked, wouldn't it be better for him to coach a professional team than go back to primavera? I know how the Seedorf and Inzaghi stints turned out, but this is different; Ringo actually has a team.

The way I see it is, what is it we 'fans' have got to lose? we either stick with Montella till the end of the season, or bring in someone we don't want now or give it to Ringo.


If I recall correctly Sacchi wasn't exactly an experienced professional coach when he took over and got lots of heat because of it at the beginning of his coaching career with Milan.

All I'm saying if Ringo doesn't work there is always Sheva, Nesta, (IMG:style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif) the Milan values we grew up with passed on to the new generation.

Deep down I'm rooting for Ringo to put a jolt through this team.


I get what you mean. I'm rooting for Ringhio too, but it just doesn't look like it's happening. At least he's a lot sterner on the players and the opinion seems to be that he's having to 'undo' a lot of damage from Montella's stint.

Sacchi was reputed at Parma though. The rough equivalent would be Sarri. And you can see how well that's going.

Right now Giampaolo is doing good, but he's not the finished article. Another former Milanista who is impressing seems to be Oddo.
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QUOTE (Jack Sparrow @ Dec 18 2017, 08:08 PM) *
I get what you mean. I'm rooting for Ringhio too, but it just doesn't look like it's happening. At least he's a lot sterner on the players and the opinion seems to be that he's having to 'undo' a lot of damage from Montella's stint.

Sacchi was reputed at Parma though. The rough equivalent would be Sarri. And you can see how well that's going.

Right now Giampaolo is doing good, but he's not the finished article. Another former Milanista who is impressing seems to be Oddo.


We both know Ringo is not gonna get us a Scudetto nor a CL place, but rather salvage something this season. And we both know how that is going.

Drawing similarities with Sacchi was wrong from my part. I mean yeah they both came to Milan with minimal experience, but Sacchi's football was something else.

Not sure what the management can do to fix this, except wait.

If I was making decisions I'd replace Galliani with Mirabelli. Someone who can give stability to this management. Especially given the ownership is detatched and secretive as opposed to Silvio's methods.
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- Jack Sparrow   OFFICIAL: Rino Gattuso is the New Milan Coach   Nov 28 2017, 03:20 PM
- - Rossoneri7   This is going to be fun Ringo in charge of the ...   Nov 28 2017, 09:53 PM
- - X-Offender   QUOTE - Experiment with Suso because he's conv...   Nov 28 2017, 11:05 PM
- - han2503   Who here thinks this is a bad idea? I just hope t...   Nov 29 2017, 08:56 AM
|- - Rossoneri7   QUOTE (han2503 @ Nov 29 2017, 11:56 AM) W...   Nov 29 2017, 10:20 AM
|- - Jack Sparrow   QUOTE (Rossoneri7 @ Nov 29 2017, 04:50 PM...   Nov 29 2017, 11:31 AM
|- - Jack Sparrow   QUOTE (han2503 @ Nov 30 2017, 03:04 AM) W...   Nov 30 2017, 10:48 AM
||- - han2503   QUOTE (Jack Sparrow @ Nov 30 2017, 10:48 ...   Nov 30 2017, 08:24 PM
|- - han2503   QUOTE (Rossoneri7 @ Dec 20 2017, 11:57 AM...   Dec 27 2017, 05:29 PM
|- - X-Offender   QUOTE (han2503 @ Dec 27 2017, 05:29 PM) D...   Jan 28 2018, 05:37 PM
- - Rossoneri7   The next 6 games (ie 20 days) IMHO will define Gat...   Feb 8 2018, 04:48 PM
|- - han2503   QUOTE (Rossoneri7 @ Feb 8 2018, 04:48 PM)...   Feb 9 2018, 08:13 PM
- - Rossoneri7   Well I'm not asking, just stating facts, Ringo...   Feb 11 2018, 11:34 AM
|- - han2503   QUOTE (Rossoneri7 @ Feb 11 2018, 11:34 AM...   Feb 11 2018, 08:53 PM
|- - Jack Sparrow   QUOTE (han2503 @ Feb 12 2018, 03:23 AM) I...   Feb 12 2018, 12:18 PM
- - Rossoneri7   Why the hesitation on Ringo han? He has to prove h...   Feb 12 2018, 05:28 PM
|- - Jack Sparrow   QUOTE (Rossoneri7 @ Feb 12 2018, 11:58 PM...   Feb 13 2018, 01:17 PM
- - Rossoneri7   I agree. All I was saying, Ringo has a tough sche...   Feb 13 2018, 03:20 PM
- - Jack Sparrow   QUOTE (Rossoneri7 @ Feb 13 2018, 09:50 PM...   Feb 13 2018, 05:50 PM


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