AC Milan’s attitude towards top teams must improve

Adriano Galliani reportedly left the stadium last night without visiting the players in the dressing room. AC Milan’s CEO was disgusted with his men in red and black. Milan were soundly beaten by Juventus in Turin. The away side showed plenty of resolve, reminiscent of a plucky provincial team, but little else in terms of…

José Agustín Mauri – AC Milan’s idle asset

Sinisa Mihajlovic is feeling the heat. The president of AC Milan, Silvio Berlusconi has openly stated that the results ‘will improve’ starting with the game against Torino on Saturday. The mandate to play possession football has been conveyed to the coach. Media reports are flooding the internet about the various changes in formation and tactics…

Milan’s broken midfield needs fixing

As you read this blog, Mario Balotelli might have become an AC Milan player (again). After an embarrassing outing at the Stadio Artemio Franchi on Sunday evening, the Milan management were probably made aware of the blindingly obvious problem in the recently reconstructed team. While talking to Sky Italia after the game, Sinisa Mihajlovic said,…

AC Milan’s Andrea Bertolacci – Giacomo Bonaventura conundrum

Logic rarely prevails at AC Milan, when the management seeks to reinforce the squad. Players are purchased prior to understanding the squad requirements. Let’s take Giacomo Bonaventura, for instance. The former Atalanta midfielder was signed after Milan failed to secure Jonathan Biabiany. Bonaventura, primarily, is a central midfielder. Biabiany is a winger. Even a genius…

AC Milan’s attack is incomplete

What do you know, the money is finally flowing. Silvio Berlusconi had sealed his wallet and had thrown away his cheque book, but the impending sale of the club encouraged him to revisit his coffers. Adriano Galliani is busy jetting about, signing players of exceptional calibre. The intension is clear – to bring AC Milan…