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February 2015

Inzaghi rejects Cerci trouble rumours
28.2 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi came out recently and rejected rumours that there's a rift between him and offensive winger Alessio Cerci. He also continued by saying that Milan is ready to give a helping hand in saving his former club Parma.

Rumours have been running for a while that Cerci had a sever outburst caused by playing just the last four minutes against Cesena last weekend. Inzaghi however denies that there are any boiling issues between him and Cerci.

In the press conference prior to this weekend's Chievo game, on which you can bet using a 2015 promo code for Ladbrokes, Inzaghi is reported as stating the following:

"Things have been reported that aren't true."

"Whatever we needed to solve we have solved in the dressing room."

"If what was reported really happened, Cerci would not have been called up."

"He was dissapointed after the Cesena game for playing just a couple of muinutes. I told him that Montolivo asked for a sub and Poli was fatigued. I was unable to substitute sooner. He asked for a reason and I gave him one. He accepted it. I asked for him at Milan so there's no issue."

"He did play quite a lot since he arrived. Him and Menez can play quite well together. Unfortunately we don't have the stamina to afford both of them on the pitch."

"It's tough to select between Menez and Cerci. The one remaining on the bench must prove he should be starting the next game."

It's worth saying that with Menez's prowess this season, it'll be quite hard for Cerci to break into the starting line-up, considering Pippo thinks the both of them on the pitch is too much for the team.

Pippo also had a few words to say of his former club Parma, which is nearing bankruptcy and whose players said they will forfeit the Genoa game on Sunday.

"The state of affairs at Parma is bad news. Both I and Milan are ready to help out. Tomorrow there'll be a 15 delay before kick-off."

"Everyone wants Parma to get through this situation. We are all ready to save such a great club as well as the folks there."

Chinese interest in AC Milan?
27.2 || webmaster

There are further reports of possible investment in Milan, with Chinese group Dalian Wanda said to be interested in a 30 per cent share.

It was mooted this morning that a group of Arab investors were looking at buying into the Rossoneri, but reports in Spain indicate that the Wanda, which owns 20 per cent of Atletico Madrid are also in the running.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Arab investors for AC Milan?
27.2 || webmaster

An Arab consortium is interested in offering €300m for a 30 per cent share in Milan, according to reports this morning.

Following the reported interest of Thai investor Bee Taechaubol, the latest rumours indicate that a group of Arab businessmen could come on board.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Diego Lopez: 'It'll be tough against Chievo'
27.2 || webmaster

AC Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez expects a rough match when his team meet Chievo this Saturday.

Despite a string of easy matches lately Milan came up with a mere 2-0 home win against Cesena and they are really keen to build on that with another victory in Verona. However, Diego Lopez thinks it won't be easy.

Whether you disagree with him or not, you may want to put your money where your mouth is by taking any of the betting offers available for this game.

"On Saturday we'll have a really hard match against Chievo", he reportedly said to Milan Channel.

"They are low on the league table and it will be a big match for them as well."

"The 3 points we have earned against Cesena were important for us but now we face Chievo with confidence. It was really tough watching the match from the stands".

"Considering the situation we're in, it was a hard match for us."

"My colleague Christian Abbiati made a great save, that was perfect technically", in a very important moment of the match - it was crucual for the team."

"It was important to win and we wish to continue on this path."

"We realize it will be difficult against Chievo, but we know we can do a good job and obtain a good result."

"Consistency in results is very important. There are still 14 matches remaining and many points that can be obtained."

Diego Lopez came to Milan on a free transfer from Real Madrid last summer.

Cerci - Inzaghi feud?
25.2 || webmaster

There are reports of a furious bust-up between Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi, and winger Alessio Cerci after the Cesena game.

The Rossoneri defeated the Cavallucci Marini 2-0 at the weekend, with the Italian international playing four minutes as a subsitute.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Abbiati: ‘Chievo game difficult’
25.2 || webmaster

Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati warns that Chievo will provide tough opposition when they meet on Saturday night.

The Rossoneri are coming off the back of a win over Cesena, and the 37-year-old says they must approach this game in the same way.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan lose Rami
25.2 || webmaster

Milan’s injury crisis continues, as the club confirms that Adil Rami is struggling with a calf injury.

The French defender joins Cristian Zapata, Mattia De Sciglio and Stephan El Sharaawy on the sidelines, as the Rossoneri seek to move up the table.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 2:0 Cesena - match report
22.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Bonaventura 22 (M), Pazzini pen 90 (M)

Jack Bonaventura and Giampaolo Pazzini’s late penalty allowed Milan to get the better of Cesena.

This looked like a Last Chance Saloon for Pippo Inzaghi, who won just one Serie A game in 2015. Diego Lopez, Gabriel Paletta and Philippe Mexes were suspended with absentees including Ignazio Abate, Stephan El Shaarawy, Mattia De Sciglio, Cristian Zapata and Pablo Armero. Cesena were in penultimate place, but in recent weeks had beaten Lazio and held Juventus to a 2-2 draw. Gabriele Perico sat out a ban with injured Riccardo Cazzola, Giudo Marilungo, Nico Pulzetti and Emmanuel Cascione.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Cerci girlfriend criticises Inzaghi
22.2 || webmaster

Alessio Cerci’s girlfriend stirred up controversy by criticising Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi’s decisions.

The former Atletico Madrid winger came off the bench for the final minutes in today’s 2-0 victory over Cesena.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'Milan confidence-booster'
22.2 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi believes the 2-0 win over Cesena can be the performance Milan needed to boost confidence.

“We’re happy, but we’ve done nothing yet. I wanted us to win with a good performance to give the players more confidence and I think we’ve done that today,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Rami: ‘Difficult times for AC Milan’
19.2 || webmaster

Milan defender Adil Rami admits the club is going through ‘difficult times’ but says they have ‘huge desire’ to do better

The Rossoneri have endured an abysmal start to 2015, winning just once, with that victory coming against relegation-doomed Parma.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Baselli: ‘Never talked to Galliani’
19.2 || webmaster

Atalanta midfielder Daniele Baselli admits interest from Milan, but says he’s never spoken with Adriano Galliani.

The 22-year-old was close to joining the Rossoneri in the January transfer window, but the Orobici opted not to sell, with little time to reinforce their squad, and player says he never met with joint-CEO Galliani.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi backed in AC Milan summit
19.2 || webmaster

There are reports Pippo Inzaghi’s Milan job is safe after a summit between Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani.

The President and CEO met at Berlusconi’s Arcore villa this afternoon to discuss the situation.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Thai investor bids for Milan?
16.2 || webmaster

Reports in Thailand claim investor Bee Taechaubol has submitted a bid for a controlling stake in Milan.

The property tycoon’s interest was first mooted in December, with Taechaubol saying while that he couldn’t afford to buy the Rossoneri outright, he hinted at the possibility of investing.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gasperini: 'Genoa ideal for Niang'
16.2 || webmaster

Gian Piero Gasperini feels Genoa is “the ideal club” for M’Baye Niang after his brace to beat Verona 5-2.

The French striker is on loan from Milan and had never previously scored in Serie A, but found the net twice today.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Milan not learning from past mistakes - Inzaghi needs help
16.2 || webmaster

It the same old story again. Yet another draw for AC Milan. Yet another disappointing and uninspiring performance from the Rossoneri.

Milan squandered another lead and only managed a 1-1 draw against Empoli on Sunday, where they ended up with nine men at the final whistle.

The home side were greeted with jeers at full time by those who had bought their Milan tickets as the men in red and black produced yet another lacklustre performance that is fast becoming a regular occurrence.

It happens the often results do not justify the good work going on behind, but in Milan's case, there's hardly any room for such defending.

The Rossoneri are devoid of shape, structure, ideas, ambition and intensity. With 4 defeats in last 6 games, and only 4 wins in last 18 - it is daylight clear that Inzaghi is struggling badly.

One or two odd matches can be excused, but when the same mistakes repeat in cycles, it raises eyebrow.

While Milan are trying to patch up their mistakes with usual excuses that the club going through a rebuilding phase and progress hampered due to key injuries - these are as unconvincing as their on-pitch performances.

It's baffling that a club of Milan's stature continue to adopt a negative strategy against weaker opposition that clearly shows the club is floating aimlessly without any direction and identity.

Injuries have played its part, no doubt, but by making constant changes with players often being played out of their comfort zone, Inzaghi has not helped anyone.

There is no definitive style of play, no proper defensive organisation and the team looks bereft of confidence. There is no sense of urgency in the midfield, wayward passing in every games and no desire in regaining possession immediately - this is what once the mighty European giants have come down to.

Put it simply, Milan are the architects of their own downfall.

The only positive one can draw is Mattia Destro's first goal for the club. Destro's predatory instincts put him on the score sheet but concerns remain with the lack of creativity behind him.

The 23-year-old has gone through a lot of struggle early this season, and hopefully Sunday's goal will give him huge confidence to rebuild his career on the right track once again.

Inzaghi needs help. He needs to find a suitable system where his players can execute the plans properly. Most importantly, he needs result under his belt. Hopes of securing a place in the Champions League is practically gone - question remains how long Milan stick with Inzaghi if the results do not improve.

Serie A: AC Milan 1:1 Empoli - match report
15.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Destro 40 (M), Maccarone 68 (E)

Mattia Destro broke his Milan duck, but Empoli more than deserved a 1-1 draw with Diego Lopez sent off and more injuries.

The Rossoneri were increasingly desperate and hosted a side that already held them 2-2 back in September. Destro and Nigel de Jong returned, but Cristian Zaccardo was a last-minute addition to the injury list with sciatica, joining Riccardo Montolivo, Sulley Muntari, Mattia De Sciglio, Ignazio Abate, Cristian Zapata, Stephan El Shaarawy and Pablo Armero. Riccardo Saponara was ruled out against his parent club by chickenpox, but Empoli were fired up after ending their nine-round winless streak.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sarri: 'Milan panicked'
15.2 || webmaster

Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri said Milan “panicked” after the equaliser and relished their reputation as giant-killers.

The Tuscans are newly-promoted from Serie B and won just one of the last 11 rounds, but still play excellent football and dominated possession at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'Milan need confidence'
15.2 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi said Milan “need to find confidence” after more injury problems and a 1-1 home draw with Empoli.

The visitors dominated possession at San Siro and had far more shots on goal, but grabbed a point thanks to Massimo Maccarone after Mattia Destro’s opener.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi: 'Young Italian AC Milan'
13.2 || webmaster

President Silvio Berlusconi is “happy” Mattia Destro arrived and wants “a young Italian Milan, preferably from our academy.”

The patron made his now traditional Friday afternoon visit via helicopter to the Milanello training ground, where he spoke to the squad and Coach Pippo Inzaghi.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Juventus chase De Jong?
12.2 || webmaster

There are reports that Juventus could rival Manchester United for the signature of Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong.

The Dutch international is widely expected to leave the Rossoneri in the summer, as the two parties have so far failed to agree on a new contract.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Barcelona confirm Braida
12.2 || webmaster

As expected, Barcelona confirmed ex-Milan director Ariedo Braida will join the club tomorrow.

“He is a signing for Barcelona and not for Bartomeu,” President Josep Maria Bartomeu told Canal Plus.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montella edges Conte for AC Milan
12.2 || webmaster

Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella continues to be touted as the main target for Milan next season, with Azzurri Coach Antonio Conte losing ground.

Milan's dearth of results in spite of a substantial winter transfer campaign is prompting speculation that Coach Filippo Inzaghi may leave at the end of the season, in spite of insistence from Adriano Galliani to the contrary.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani: 'Juve control Tevez replays!'
8.2 || webmaster

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani accused Juventus of controlling the replays of Carlos Tevez’s goal.

The incident broke the deadlock in last night’s 3-1 victory at the Juventus Stadium and there were suspicions of offside.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Antonelli: 'Milan table looking ugly'
8.2 || webmaster

Luca Antonelli scored on his Milan debut against Juventus, but “we’ve got no points and our table is looking ugly.”

The ex-Genoa defender returned to his boyhood club on transfer deadline day and found the net in Turin, though could not prevent a 3-1 defeat.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'Milan gain belief'
8.2 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi said Milan should gain “a lot of self-belief” from the performance, even if they lost 3-1 at Juventus.

“Apart from the result, these performances give you a lot of self-belief,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Juventus 3:1 AC Milan - match report
8.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Tevez 15 (J), Antonelli 29 (M), Bonucci 32 (J), Morata 65 (J)

Luca Antonelli scored on his Milan debut, but Juventus emerged 3-1 winners as Max Allegri beat Pippo Inzaghi.

There was a big gap between the giants going into this game, as Juve hoped to extend their seven-point lead at the top of the table and the Rossoneri wanted to build on last week’s win over Parma, their first Serie A success of 2015.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 3:1 Parma - match report
2.2 || webmaster

Scorers: Menez pen 18, 57 (M), Nocerino 25 (P), Zaccardo 76 (M)

Jeremy Menez and Cristian Zaccardo scored as Milan beat bottom club Parma 3-1 on Mattia Destro’s debut.

This was their first Serie A victory of 2015 and leaves the Ducali closer than ever to relegation.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Munoz heads to Sampdoria
2.2 || webmaster

Having missed out on Milan, now Palermo defender Ezequiel Munoz is on the verge of joining Sampdoria.

The 24-year-old Argentine refused to sign a contract extension with Palermo, so will be a free agent in the summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Atalanta: 'Baselli is staying'
2.2 || webmaster

Atalanta announce they will not be selling Daniele Baselli despite interest from Milan, Sampdoria and Inter.

“We met with directors Percassi and Galliani to discuss Baselli,” Atalanta technical director Pierpaolo Marino told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Report: Armero says yes to Genoa
2.2 || webmaster

Pablo Armero’s transfer saga could be drawing to a close, as the Milan defender has reportedly agreed to join Genoa.

The Colombian international has been involved in an on-off saga with the Grifone, with initial reports that the former Napoli man had rejected the move.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: Paletta moves to AC Milan
2.2 || webmaster

Gabriel Paletta has officially completed his transfer from Parma to Milan, the latter have confirmed.

The transfer has long been known to be a formality, with the player undertaking a medical this morning, before giving an interview to Milan Channel and Parma confirming he had been sold.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: Matri returns to Juventus
2.2 || webmaster

Juventus have officially re-signed Alessandro Matri on a loan basis until the end of the season.

Matri left the Old Lady in 2013, joining Milan for €11m after winning two Scudetti in Turin. The 30-year-old had been on loan at Genoa this season, but will spend the rest of the season at Juve.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: AC Milan sign Antonelli
2.2 || webmaster

Luca Antonelli is officially a Milan player, the club have announced, after completing a move from Genoa.

The defender arrives on loan until the end of the season, with a clause which means the Rossoneri can buy him for an agreed €4.5m in the summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Antonelli: 'I've come home to Milan'
1.2 || webmaster

Luca Antonelli said he’d “only leave Genoa for Milan. I have truly come home” ahead of his medical.

The wing-back arrives on loan with mandatory option to buy at the end of the season for €4.5m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Zamparini: 'If Milan don't pay for Munoz...'
1.2 || webmaster

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini said if “Milan don’t pay up, I’ll let Ezequiel Munoz rot in the stands.”

The fiery patron was never one for diplomacy and gave a blunt response when Sky Sport Italia asked about negotiations for Munoz.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan announce Antonelli medical
1.2 || webmaster

Milan Channel confirmed Genoa winger Luca Antonelli will undergo a medical tomorrow morning.

There were fears the deal had collapsed when Pablo Armero refused to join Genoa in exchange.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan vs. Parma - match preview
1.2 || webmaster

Milan meets Parma tonight on San Siro in what is dubbed to be a very important match for both managers. Donadoni's Parma is bottom of the league after a decent performance in the previous season while the Rossoneri have started the year disastrously, winning a mere 1 point away at Torino and losing to Lazio, Atalanta and Sassuolo, this without counting the exit from Coppa Italia which happened earlier this week.

Milan fans were quite upbeat after the friendly win over Real Madrid but that only proved to be just that - a friendly win - and while Real went back to winning ways after a small rough patch, Milan has yet to find its way this year.

But enough with the babbling. Tonight's game will be anything but easy considering Parma is 10 points away from the relegation line, and even thougher for fans that bet on football betting sites.

Parma started the year in good fashion with a 1-0 victory over Fiorentina but then four consecutive defeats followed. As for the Coppa Italia, Parma hosted Juventus at home in midweek and while they played a good game, they were defeated byt a 89-th minute winner from Alvaro Morata.

Despite the very weak start of the year, it seems Pippo Inzaghi still have the backing of Milan heavies Adriano Galliani and Silvio Berlusconi. The team also had a busy winter transfer campaign, with no less than 5 reinforcements.

Alessio Cerci signed from Atletico Madrid and already played some games and it looks like he's still finding his place in the team. Considering a rumoured switch to 4-4-2 by Inzaghi, the hard part is yet to come for the ex-Atletico and Torino winger, which is more comfortable playing in a 4-3-3.

Suso joined from Liverpool and debuted in midweek against Lazio in Coppa Italia. Expected to arrive in summer, his move was rushed by the bad results of the team.

Roma player Mattia Destro joined on loan until summer with an option to buy for EUR 16 mil. Sporting an impressive goal/minutes played ratio, it remains to be seen whether Destro will prove to be a better option than Pazzini up front.

Defence wasn't neglected this transfer window by Adriano Galliani. The first defensive reinforcement was the return to Serie A of Italian international Salvatore Bocchetti, which arrived on loan from Spartak Moscow until the end of the season.

The last reinforcement is Luca Antonelli, Genoa's left back, which finally joined the team, despite Pablo Armero's refusal to go the other way. Antonelli is a former Milan youth product and should be on familiar ground at Milanello and San Siro.

Keisuke Honda is also back from international duty at the Asian Cup.

One worrying sign for tonight's game is the match fitness of Nigel de Jong. He returned to training this week following hamstring issues.

On the absentees list, we can count Philippe Mexes which is suspended and El Shaarawy which is injured.

In case of a loss, this will be the third consecutive league loss on home ground for Milan, which is something not to be proud of considering the team's history.

Parma's troublesome Antonio Cassano had his contract terminated and he's threatening the club with legal action. They'll have to do without him tonight.

AC Milan (probable): Diego Lopez; Abate, Alex, Rami, Armero; Poli, Montolivo, Muntari; Honda, Pazzini, Menez

Suspended: Mexes

Parma (probable): Mirante; Cassani, Paletta, Lucarelli, De Ceglie; J. Mauri, Lodi, Nocerino; Varella, Palladino, Rodriguez

Suspended: None





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