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post Aug 28 2018, 06:31 PM
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Since, everyone recently likes to post something negative. I'll post something positive.

Rino's passion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjYLL96JnLo

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post Aug 28 2018, 11:02 PM
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He never had class and was quite harsh at times, but Gattuso represented that true rossonero grit and passion that very few players had. Ancelotti's Milan with all those star players would have never been the same without him.

Now he's trying to pass that grit and passion as a coach onto the players, and I think in some ways it has worked. But he still needs to learn a lot.
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post Aug 29 2018, 08:26 PM
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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Aug 28 2018, 11:02 PM) *
He never had class and was quite harsh at times, but Gattuso represented that true rossonero grit and passion that very few players had. Ancelotti's Milan with all those star players would have never been the same without him.

Now he's trying to pass that grit and passion as a coach onto the players, and I think in some ways it has worked. But he still needs to learn a lot.

I think it works in a situation like last season where the team literally had their backs to the wall and he had to motivate them to get out of that situation, but I think he needs to bring more to the table then just that fire and passion as the team cannot run on it for an entire season as they will burn out quick imo

I really wish he had either someone really tactically savvy assisting him or that we had brought in someone with a lot more experience as head coach while Rino stayed on as is number 2 to learn and then take over when the time is right. I fear that he's too green for this job and the expectations tha everyone has on him

And I fear that we will burn another bridge with a past legend, just like we did with Pippo and Seedorf
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