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post Feb 12 2013, 11:43 AM
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Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is reportedly at the top of Romaís wish-list as they search for a new tactician.

Although the Rossoneri have repeatedly insisted that the Coach will remain until his contract expire in June 2014, Allegriís future is still unclear.

According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, Romaís directors are thinking about making him an offer ahead of 2013-14.

The Giallorossi are looking for a new tactician given that Aurelio Andreazzoli is only seen as a caretaker until the end of the campaign.

Roma have had their coaching problems over the last two seasons. Luis Enrique quit in the summer after just one year in the capital, while Zdenek Zeman was recently sacked following the loss to Cagliari.

Allegri, 45, won the Scudetto with Milan in his first season at San Siro in 2010-11. His only previous top-flight stint came with Cagliari.


No worries, we'll FedEx him over to them free of charge (IMG:style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)
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post Feb 12 2013, 06:23 PM
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It depends who there's available to us. I'd rather not lose Allegri to pick up another coach from a lesser team who's an unknown.
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post Feb 13 2013, 04:26 PM
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Allegri's stock is high outwith those in our fanbase who can't stand him.

Fact is we're solidly in 4th now after that start having shipped out a million players, and his record previously with us reads: 2nd: champion.

While he has many detractors within our fanbase, the guy is popular and his record really isn't that bad at all on paper.

Hence he has suitors.
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post Feb 13 2013, 04:33 PM
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QUOTE (Danny @ Feb 13 2013, 03:26 PM) *
Fact is we're solidly in 4th now after that start having shipped out a million players, and his record previously with us reads: 2nd: champion.

That's at no level bad but really, it should be champion, champion, shouldn't it? I think he had the better team both seasons. I know you're not supposed to win when that's the case but still. He's done a good job but not great. He certainly has not overachieved. Depending on who would replace him I would not mind seeing him go at all.
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post Feb 13 2013, 04:52 PM
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QUOTE (Danny @ Feb 13 2013, 04:26 PM) *
Allegri's stock is high outwith those in our fanbase who can't stand him.

Fact is we're solidly in 4th now after that start having shipped out a million players, and his record previously with us reads: 2nd: champion.

While he has many detractors within our fanbase, the guy is popular and his record really isn't that bad at all on paper.

Hence he has suitors.

We're 5th actually thanks to the horror show of last Sunday

Painting it like that from the outside it does look good. But 1st and 2nd when you had the calibre of squad that he did for me is the bare minimum as he should have done better last season

Most Milan fans simply don't rate him because they get to experiance his terrible decision making and even worse tactical abilities each week. The terrible football on display this season for me has been shocking, no matter how many players he lost in the summer. Most sides in Serie A play better football then us
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post Feb 13 2013, 06:09 PM
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Reminds me of what Jose said "who plays better football than us, Arsenal? Better than us eh? 10 points behind" same can be said of the 15 teams behind us. Good ineffective football is rubbish football.
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post Feb 13 2013, 06:35 PM
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QUOTE (kurtsimonw @ Feb 13 2013, 06:09 PM) *
Reminds me of what Jose said "who plays better football than us, Arsenal? Better than us eh? 10 points behind" same can be said of the 15 teams behind us. Good ineffective football is rubbish football.

We've been as ineffective as we have been effective this season.

Mourinho was right in that case, but it cannot apply to us as we're barely in a EL position as things stand
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post Feb 13 2013, 07:23 PM
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It applies to everyone below us though. I don't think Inter play more entertaining football anyway, I find them quite dull. Napoli/Juve play the best by a distance, it's both great to watch and works to great effect. We're miles behind in that regard.
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post Feb 13 2013, 07:39 PM
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Yeah, Allegri can f@ck off!
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post Feb 13 2013, 11:01 PM
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QUOTE (kurtsimonw @ Feb 13 2013, 07:23 PM) *
It applies to everyone below us though. I don't think Inter play more entertaining football anyway, I find them quite dull. Napoli/Juve play the best by a distance, it's both great to watch and works to great effect. We're miles behind in that regard.

Inter being dull as they are can still have a couple of games when you can see their quality shining through, for example last weekend.

We had that under Leo as well for example where there were games that we walked over an opponent with relative ease. This season we've made a meal out of practically every game aside from a 4-1 against Pescara who contibuted to that very kindly by scoring 2 very stupid OGs

Lazio also play better football then us.

If we were winning games and were in a better position then what Mou said applies but that is simply not the case for us. We play terribly and are currently not in a position that we can brag about
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post Feb 14 2013, 01:11 AM
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QUOTE (han2503 @ Feb 14 2013, 12:01 AM) *
Inter being dull as they are can still have a couple of games when you can see their quality shining through, for example last weekend.

Because Milito was back. Without him they've been dreadful in 2013. No other managers seem to get criticised for heavily relying on a player though.
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post Feb 14 2013, 09:50 AM
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We're now entering a more serious stage. We already splashed points against Cagliari. If we lose against Barcelona twice (which is more then just possible) and against Inter - I think Berlusconi's word will be more then just a warning.
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