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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Mar 7 2021, 10:10 PM) *
I have no idea what to expect from that match. They just beat City and are second. We've been having a very off period and we're full of injuries. Can we play on par? Will they mop the floor with us? Buh...

Do you know if we'll have any players back for it?

At least we give it our best shot

United are also an up and down team, hey can be great one day and absolute sh!t the next according to what I've read recently.
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QUOTE (William405 @ Mar 7 2021, 06:52 PM) *
United will be a big challenge.

They're good. Strangely enough, they have a similar record to us in terms of being very good away from home and so so at home

Rashford could be out of the game against us. Had to come off just a few minutes ago
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QUOTE (Rossoneri7 @ Mar 7 2021, 05:33 PM) *
Watching City VS United, United to an explosive start.

Didn't know that was on. Will check them out. I've barely watched any EPL this season tbh
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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Mar 7 2021, 05:00 PM) *
Massive indeed. Never dreamt we'd win considering the injury list. Perhaps this goes to show that maybe some starters have been slacking off lately.

Great to get the 3 points and stay clear of that 5th spot. Ironically we'd be better off if Inter wins tomorrow vs Atalanta but I want the f*ckers to lose.

I think the fact that there were fresher legs in there is what helped rather than players slacking off. It's clear some players are being run into the ground at this point. Kessie seems to be the only on who can physically handle it. The muscle injuries and muscle fatigue issues which have been cropping up since October/November are testament to this. Pioli tried to start off the season with rotation but injuries and Covid forced his hand.

Heads have been dropping since we returned from the winter break. And subsequently the performances have also dropped. It doesn't help that every time we thing we're getting some semblance of a full squad back we lose important players again.

It was great seeing the confidence back in our play, we pressed effectively rather than chasing shadows that contributed to even more fatigue. We moved the ball better and we defended better. Sometimes a bit of a shake up helps to freshen things up, even if it was forced upon us.


Re inter, I'd rather they lose as well. Atalanta are a very choppy side, so they'll continue to lose points, just like Roma and Lazio will also do. Inter need to get a bit of a kick in the teeth. They're flying high atm, a good demoralising loss would be just what the doctor ordered Plus we'd be back to within 3 points of them with Napoli next.
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QUOTE (William405 @ Mar 7 2021, 04:43 PM) *
Yeah I mean, I don't like fixating on one player, but he's been so bad. So casual when he's back in the defensive phase too.

He's always that way. It's not going to change, even his decision making when he did have the ball wasn't good

Can't wait to get Ibra or at least Mandzukic back

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3 massive points.

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Saele and Kessie are such work horses

Calabria with another very good performance
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Should have had more tbh

Very good overall performance.

I'm impressed tbh. Considering all the injuries.


Maybe the fresh legs helped here...
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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Mar 6 2021, 05:29 PM) *
Rebic out injured.

Our athletic staff must be fired. What's happening to us this season is absurd. No other team has been plagued by constant injuries like us.

Probable line-up:

Donnarumma; Calabria, Kjaer, Tomori, Theo; Kessie, Tonali; Saelemaekers, Krunic, Diaz; Leao.

That attacking front is ridiculous. Serie B level stuff.

I'm scared.
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Rebic out again, clearly wasn't' fit to play against Udine either. He didn't look right all game. Apparently it's the same hip problem that flared up against Roma

So basically we have no attack again for this one.

I mean we can rail all we want but our luck with injuries has been a huge factor in what has derailed our Scudetto challenge. We simply cannot catch a break. If it's not injuries than we have a small Covid outbreak

Re the fitness staff. Yes, something needs to be done for sure. We've had far too many muscle injuries. Inter for example have barely had any. And Conte is someone who runs the team into the ground.
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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Mar 3 2021, 10:49 PM) *
Pitiful, really. Clearly the sign that we can't win anymore these kind of games like we used to.

We couldn't create a single decent chance. Not one combination worth mentioning, not one fluid attacking manoeuvre. Just confusion and errors.

Donna shouldn't make such errors. He's always prone to a howler or two a season. Always.

I know we're still in full race for a CL spot, but after 5 months sitting on top this downfall is so much underwhelming.

Agreed. We're struggling a lot against these teams suddenly. While we're creating much better chances against a team like Roma.

We've lost our way. We're suddenly a static team again.


Just like us to ruin all the hard work we put in against Roma by losing points against a team like Udine
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2 lost points FFS!

We're so sterile in attack right now. Too many errors on the final ball.

I will grant Donna this error seeing as he's saved our @sses all season.

Please tell me again how it's okay that Hakan is out. It's like the midfield and defence are completely cut off from the attackers

Leao is just invisible. Rebic was off today, Diaz is too lightweight against teams who put lots of players behind the ball, he gets out-muscled and pushed off the ball easily. Samu is a headless chicken, kept fouling and wasting time and energy chasing shadows. Theo was asleep all game long. Kalulu needs to improve his attacking play a lot. So far I've seen nothing from him to indicate that he could be a great RB.

Tonali was playing another really good game and had to come off, as per our usual luck this season

We need a proper striker up there. Leao is the epitome of apathy. Him standing in the way of Saele making that shot is a perfect avater of his laziness
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Why is he taking off Tonali for the ghost of Meite??

FFS!
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QUOTE (William405 @ Feb 28 2021, 11:29 PM) *
It's not a Romagnoli faullt per say. It's just we should always play Tomori with one of Kjaer/Roma.

I think Romagnoli is too slow to be a top tier defender. I still think he's a very good CB, top 5 in Serie A imo. He's definitely going through a bad run of form. Now that we have options we don't have to grin and bare it while we wait for him to find his form again. Which is nice to finally have.

QUOTE (Fillipo Simone @ Mar 1 2021, 12:04 PM) *
I think we've outgrown Romagnoli to be honest, at least for this moment when we fight to win the scudetto or secure CL and end as runner-ups.

Romagnoli has 26 and I concur with the Italian media who think his development has stopped for quite some time. This is becoming visible now that we found a good defender like Kjaer and Tomori which for the first time since Silva and Nesta gives us quality options at the back combining youth and experience. The first moment Milan started playing better and raising ambitions Romagnoli haltered.

Look at his Azzurri caps as well: 12 games in 5 years (if I am correct) and not a single big tournament callup.

I think he has limitations but he's still a good defender. The Italy defence has basically been monopolised by Juve players for the better part of a decade, I don't begrudge him that stat as it doesn't say much other than the fact that Juve have had the best defence in the league for a while now and it's no surprise that NT coaches wanted to keep that intact for the Azzurri.

That bing said, if Alessio and Raiola come at us with more BS requests when his renewal is up, we should sell ASAP this summer. He's not worth what Raiola is rumoured to be asking for him

QUOTE (X-Offender @ Mar 1 2021, 09:41 PM) *
Ibra out for at least 3 weeks. Calhanoglu out as well for some time but his prognosis is still to be determined.

No problems for Rebic. Should be available against Udinese, or at least against Verona.

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Well now, I don't know to feel about it. Hakan for starters has been terrible so I don't really care about his absence. I'd rather have someone like Diaz who puts effort and passion in his performances.

As for Ibra, normally I would say I'm not that concerned he's out but then I remember that his substitute is Leao so I think again.

Man, we really need a top class CF who's not 40 and gets injured on a constant basis.

Disagree about Hakan. He hasn't been at his best since covid but he's our glue in this system, especially with Bennacer our as well. Hopefully it's nothing serious

QUOTE (Fillipo Simone @ Mar 1 2021, 11:33 PM) *
Hakan has been "terrible" for 2 or maximum 3 games (not counting the Red Star games because no one did good and they are basically unimportant). But this season he's been more then crucial for our gameplay and system. He'll be sorely missed.

Yes, Diaz is trying but he's insufficient. Against Udinese however he might do good.

Mandzukić is out for how long exactly? Yes, having only Leao to rely on is very scary.

Agreed.

Pioli mentioned that he's hoping to get Mandzukic and Bennacer back next week. So here's to hoping.

QUOTE (X-Offender @ Mar 1 2021, 11:46 PM) *
I wholeheartedly disagree. Hakan has been overall disappointing this season. He's incredibly inconsistent, as you often advocate. Especially after his Covid return he's been an eyesore.

Hakan has numbers similar to Bruno Fernandez for Man U. EPL pundits practically worship at his feet Yet you tell us that Hakan's a disappointment...
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Btw, big ups to Pioli for having the cojones to drop Romagnoli

Not many would have done that.

I like Romagnoli a lot, but he's been pants for a few weeks now. And I would place money on games like the one vs Inter being different with Tomori on instead. Where both Kjear and Romagnoli were physically not able to keep up with the pace and strength of Lukaku and even Lautaro to an extent
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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 28 2021, 10:51 PM) *
Great result, really good game. We did have quite a few brainfart moments in defense, but man did we waste chances tonight like we've never done before. I don't think we've created these many chances in a single game.

Rebic was superb, arguably his best game this season. Saelemaekers was really good as well. Most of the players were. Except for Hakan and Leao. Hakan is barely a football player right now. And Leao, I have no words. Forget the little tricks he makes now and then. His overall contribution is actually detrimental to our team. The way he passed the ball to Roma's players that led to their counterattack is stuff you don't even see in Sunday league football.

I'm just worried about Udinese now on Wednesday. Possibly Ibra and Rebic might sit out.

Agreed on all counts

Rebic, Saele, Kessie, Theo and Tomori were the obvious standouts.

Hakan hasn't been the same since he had Covid, I read at the time that he was symptomatic, it could be what has effected this big dip. Rebic also took time to regain match fitness.

Tomori is a must keep at this point, another outstanding display. He's the only loanee I would shell out money for at this point. I like Diaz a lot as well, but he's not worth what Real will ask for him imo. Dalot and Meite already have their return post marks stuck on at this point.

Leao is the most frustrating player I've seen in a while, boundless talent attached with insurmountable laziness. That pass was just shear laziness again. With his pace he should be pressing the sh!t out of opposing defenders. 40 year old Ibra presses more than him.

When should we know about the injuries to Ibra, Hakan and Rebic?
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QUOTE (William405 @ Feb 28 2021, 10:45 PM) *
It was nice the talk of Ibra at the start of the match! ��

All of them knew that this would define the course of our season. Had we not won today, all the hard work we've put in would have been for f@ck all as we would also be at risk of losing top 4.

We're 4 points behind Inter. My Scudetto hopes at this point are a dyeing amber but I won't completely give up the faith. 4 points is still doable if we can pick up form imo
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Like I said, this was our do or die moment and we passed the test imo. We might have lost our grasp on the Scudetto, but it important that we do not plunge into a fight for the top 4. And if we lost this that's what would have happened



But I have to say, our luck this season is just non-existent. Every time we have a semblance of a full squad back we lose players again. Ibra, Hakan and Rebic all in one go?! FML


Re the match, I thought we started the game in blistering fashion, but as soon as Ibra felt the pain we dropped off. Then something obviously happened to Hakan as well. We cannot catch a break at thi point. Roma had a couple of good chances, always was going to happen, but we squandered quite a bit as well. We need to be more clinical. Rebic was outstanding today. But every time he finds his stride something happens. Just unbelievable.
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QUOTE (Danny @ Feb 21 2021, 10:06 PM) *
What, luck?

We've been remarkably cr*p this season - no better than usual bar Ibra.

The difference is everyone else has been even worse, until, that is, Inter stepped up.

And in case this sounds familiar, it's exactly the same argument you used to dismiss our Scudetto in 2011 when you claimed Juve lost it and we didn't win it.

Well that's exactly what is happening again - other teams have been so horrible even this sh*tty Milan was doing quite well. But Inter woke up and that's that.



Blah blah blah. Love all these armchair tacticians who don't have a clue. Including myself.

When have I ever said that Juve lost it? Juve weren't even in the running for the Scudetto in 2011. It was us, Inter and Napoli that season, Juve were miles behind. We lost it to Juve in 2012, not the other way around, and I maintain that stance to this day, as we had the better team back then.

And I disagree, re this season, just 2 weeks ago we were at a better points tally than we were at the same point in 2011 when we won it. The problem this season is there is a bigger gap between the bottom teams and the upper teams, thus teams like Roma, Lazio, Juve etc have kept up with us and Inter even when both Milan clubs were breaking records that stood for more than 2 decades (mostly us).

Inter are the better side no question, but to say we have ridden our luck all season is just as excuse to say you were right all along. You don't stay top of the table for practically half an entire season by mistake. We dropped lots of points against smaller sides due to the injury crises we were going through at the time. We seem to have hit a mental block in the new year. But there is no point in acting like it's the apocalypse for this team. We're still in a good position, one which we worked ourselves into. And no by luck, which arguably has been lacking for us all season. With all the injuries and leading the table in amount of woodwork hits.

QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 21 2021, 11:09 PM) *
Benevento 0-0 Roma

I was just about to say that if Roma win tonight and beat us next weekend we'd be on par points, but it looks like that's not gonna happen.

It's a very strange year. I agree with Danny that everyone has been quite bad this season, Juventus in primis. We've managed to scrape good results despite being very underwhelming overall. I think we were in some way riding on the wave of last season's fantastic post-lockdown form. But now the magic seems to be fading.

We need to react. There's plenty of games to follow, even though the disappointment from today's defeat is too huge to overlook. And in all honesty, no team who loses 3-0 to their title rivals in such a crucial fixture deserves to win the scudetto. I'm 100% certain the title will be Inter's.

We're still in charge of what happens next. I don't expect Inter to be perfect going forward either, they've lost stupid points just as we have. What we need to make sure of is that we don't let this spiral any longer. Roma is do or die in term of top 4 imo. Losing that as well would plunge us into a crises
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One thing I hope Pioli doesn't do is over-correct

We shouldn't be changing formations or completely overhauling the system imo. That's a recipe for disaster. He should trust in what has brought him here so far. We just need to make sure that we have a plan B when what we usually do is not working. We clearly struggle a lot when teams press us high, Pioli has to find a solution for how to counter this
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QUOTE (Fillipo Simone @ Feb 21 2021, 05:56 PM) *
If a player starts crumbling because of some online social media BS I say there's something wrong with the player as well.

Romagnoli IMO is not a specially good captain on the field. He's been also very bad consistently this season. Yes, people should calm down for sure. But let's not treat these players like primadonas as well. Decades ago fans shouted all kinds of insults and things to their team and players. Weak players lost their head and started "crying". Good players got motivated and showed their true potential.

The Romagnoli criticism is not based on one or two off games.

The social media comment is just an example.

There's no point in getting on the players' backs at this moment. My point is fans shouldn't be trolling around when we're winning and then being out for our own players' blood when things don't go our way

It's like what happened with Theo's girlfriend when he tested positive for Covid, which was a false positive btw, still didn't detract from the fact that there were supposed fans racially abusing his girlfriend and accusing here that she infected him

If you think this doesn't matter then, that's your opinion, but this isn't the 90s anymore, people are defined by what's going on online. Maybe that makes them weak, but it also makes them just like the rest of the global population

My point was, we should get behind the team during this time, and not make things worse. We'll circle back to which players deserve to be here or not when the season is over
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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 21 2021, 05:09 PM) *
In all honesty after this game I am completely unmotivated. This should have been do or die for us and we got humiliated. It takes a lot to get back on your feet after such a debacle, for both fans and players.

The fact this match also paves the path for the scudetto for those f*ckers is seriously, but seriously nerve-wrecking as a Milan fan. The team truly let me down today.

True, it will be very difficult. But if Pioli can turn the team he took from Giampaolo into a team that held on to first for 20 weeks, I think we can recover from this

Maybe it's because I had already mentally prepared for this. I sort of was expecting a loss today because we haven't been in good shape for a while now. But it's important to keep spirits up so we can turn this around quickly, or a CL spot will also be greatly in jeopardy.

Conte has one of the deepest and most talented squads in the league, plus he's experienced in going the distance in title races. It was always an uphill climb for the Scudetto. What we must not do is completely let our heads drop and let the teams below us overtake us or we will surely lose top 4 again. And that is something we absolutely must not let happen. For the sake of the future of this team, losing out on another year of CL income will be a catastrophe, so it's important that the fans and the management stay with this team

Everyone has been eagerly waiting for Milan to crumble, the press, the opposing fans, etc. We can't lose our way, so people getting on specific players' backs online and tagging them and sh!t need to cool it. This is why I hate fickle fans on social media. And I really do hope the curva stay with the team and keep urging them on at Milanello like they have done before and not turn their backs on them
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Honestly, I'm still more p!ssed off at that Spezia game. Still can't shake that one off. The absolute indifference we showed against them. At least today we fought
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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 21 2021, 04:54 PM) *
Forget Inter. The scudetto race is over. This game was emblematic. We should look behind our shoulders now.

It would still be karmically nice to at least have teams close to us deal with half of what we had to deal with all season.


We'll see. Roma is do or die. If we win that we'll get back on track. Inter will stumble just like the rest. We need to make sure that our bad period is behind us and we do that by winning in Rome.

I agree that this could turn ugly quickly, but let's stay behind this team.

I am angry at the way we started this game, we practically shot ourselves in the foot. But they need to play against Roma as they did from minute 20 today. Doing that should get us the 3 points against them.
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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 21 2021, 04:52 PM) *
Inter had 2-3 great chances as well. Again, we deservedly lost this. Let's not look for justifications.

Sure, but sometimes things just go your way. Against Atalanta and Spezia for example we did not deserve anything, but today we really worked for it bar those first 20 minutes. We were winning the 50/50s again, pressing aggressively and created the chances. Ball just wouldn't go in. And while Inter were good while we were asleep at the start, we were better after that. Yet they had 2 counters and scored off of both.

Yes we were to blame for starting slow, but still we recovered and were hard done by in the end imo

Let's see how we respond against Roma now, because the way the table is, we can easily plummet like a rock. Pioli and the team need to pick themselves up quickly. We have been lagging since Christmas now. Either we work to regain our form or all the hard work at the start is thrown out the window
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