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March 2019

Donnarumma apologises for howler
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Gianluigi Donnarumma apologised to Milan fans and teammates after his costly error against Sampdoria. “If I got through last year…”

The goalkeeper’s dreadful pass straight to Gregoire Defrel gave Samp the decisive goal just 33 seconds into tonight’s game.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Sampdoria 1:0 AC Milan - match report
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Scorer: Defrel 1 (S)

Gianluigi Donnarumma’s howler gifted Gregoire Defrel the goal within 33 seconds and it proved the difference as Sampdoria beat Milan.

The Rossoneri dropped down to fourth place after their Derby della Madonnina defeat, so rested Lucas Paqueta and dropped Franck Kessie following his ugly touchline row with teammate Lucas Biglia. Samp missed Gianluca Caprari, Albin Ekdal and Edgar Barreto, but Ronaldo Vieira shook off a knock to start. Above all, this represented a duel for the Capocannoniere title between Fabio Quagliarella and Krzysztof Piatek.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Curious Facts About AC Milan
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AC Milan are a giant historical club. Their name is known globally, and they have a proud tradition in European football. Many iconic players have worn the jersey including Kaka, and Ronaldinho. This latest season has seen a return back to the top part of the Italian league, and it looks like another successful era may be on the horizon for the great Milano. You can share some of the success by getting involved in online betting. There are many fantastic new customer betting offers available. In this article, we provide some curious facts about AC Milan. Some of these may be common knowledge; however others are quite unknown. Read on to test your knowledge about AC Milan.

Who Founded AC Milan?

AC Milan was originally founded in 1899. The owners were Alfred Edwards and Herbert Kilpin. Originally, the club was a football and cricket team. Edwards was a former British vice-consul in Milan, and he was well known around the city. He was the first president of the club.

Who Owns AC Milan?

The current owners of AC Milan are "Elliott Management." They are a U.S based hedge fund who took control of the club in 2018. They managed to pay off the debts of the former Chinese ownership and have invested funds into the club. It remains to be seen if they continue to hold power, or if they aim to sell the club on. One of the clubs most iconic owners in recent history was Silvio Berlusconi who held the reigns for 31 years.

How Many Times Have AC Milan Won The Champions League?

AC Milan are a European powerhouse, and this is reflected in the number of Champions League wins. They have won the elite European competition a total of 7 times. The first victory came in 1963, and the subsequent victories came in 1969, 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003, and 2007. The latest victory in 2007 came against Liverpool FC.

Where is AC Milan Located?

AC Milan is located in Milan in the heart of the city. Their stadium is the San Siro which they share with their rivals, Inter Milan. The total capacity of the stadium is 80,000 which makes it one of the largest stadiums in European football.

Who is The Current AC Milan Manager?

The current AC Milan Manager is Gennaro Gattuso. He was an iconic player for the club, and his role was in defensive midfield. He has a contract until 2021.

Who is The Most Expensive AC Milan Signing?

The most expensive AC Milan signing is Leonardo Bonucci. The centre back was brought from rivals Juventus in the 2017/2018 season. He cost a total of 42 million euros and was 30 years old at the time.

How Many League Titles Have AC Milan Won?

AC Milan are a highly successful club in the Serie A. They have won the league a total of 18 times which is the joint second highest. They share this record with longtime rivals Inter Milan and are below Juventus, who have 34 league titles to their name. Additionally, they have won the domestic cup known as the ‘Coppa Italia' five times. AC Milan last won the Serie A in the 2010-211 season. They won the title with two games remaining in that season. It was Milan's first league win since 2004, and it helped to break the dominance of Inter Milan who had won the previous 5 league titles.

Conclusion

These curious facts will have improved your understanding of AC Milan and maybe even surprised you a little bit. Comment below if you think there's an important fact that we have missed out.

Gattuso: 'AC Milan my childhood dream'
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Gennaro Gattuso admits it was “a childhood dream to lift a trophy with Milan” and looks back over his playing career, including the vainest teammate.

He was a star of the Rossoneri midfield from 1999 to 2012, then returned as Coach with the task of reminding players what representing this historic club truly means.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Paqueta handed Brazil 10
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New Milan fan favourite Lucas Paquetá has been given the prestigious Number 10 jersey for Brazil’s upcoming friendlies.

The 21-year-old already has two senior caps for his country and was called in after impressive performances since his transfer to San Siro in January.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan fine Kessie and Biglia
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Milan have reportedly called in Lucas Biglia and Franck Kessie’s agent to fine both players for their ugly row on the bench during the derby.

The incident occurred when Kessie was substituted during the 3-2 defeat to local rivals Inter last Sunday night.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

'Napoli or AC Milan' for Veretout
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Napoli and Milan are reportedly involved in a transfer tug-of-war for Fiorentina midfielder Jordan Veretout.

According to La Nazione, Napoli are ready to go back in for Veretout this summer, but their first offer was ‘at least €5m lower’ than Fiorentina’s asking price of ‘no less than €20m’.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan keen on Richarlison
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Milan have reportedly made enquiries for Everton forward Richarlison but will have to pay ‘at least €65m’ for his signature.

According to Milan News, the Rossoneri have opened talks with Richarlison’s intermediaries via technical director Leonardo, similar to how they conducted negotiations for Lucas Paqueta.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini Jr: I dream of Italy
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Daniel Maldini ‘dreams’ of emulating Milan legends Paolo and Cesare for Italy as he explains ‘seeing things before others’ is one of his strengths.

Maldini is currently with Italy’s Under-18 team after recently receiving his first-ever call-up on the back of his performances for Milan Primavera, which have yielded nine goals in 22 appearances this season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

How to Find a Good Mobile Casino?
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According to the latest surveys, many football fans are fond of online gambling. Of course, AC Milan fans are not an exception. If you are one of them and you want to place wagers on the go, then you should start looking for good mobile casinos. The truth is that many of the regular online casinos have mobile versions of their sites, but not all of them are the same. If you want to find a good mobile casino, then you should take a few things into account.

Types of devices

There is a wide range of mobile devices used today. Some users are relying on their smartphones while others prefer tablets. Of course, many of them have both of these devices. On top of that, mobile device owners have devices made by different manufacturers and devices that use different operating systems. So, when you are looking for good mobile casinos, you should consider the types of devices that you are using to get access to the Internet. Ideally, you should look for an option that supports both iOS-based and Android-based devices. It would be nice if the casino supports Windows and other operating systems.

In-browser vs apps

Another thing that you should take into consideration here is whether the device offers only in-browser access or they have a dedicated application. Some of these mobile casinos use mobile apps only. Is your device capable of using an app like this? Do you feel more comfortable using their in-browser version? Answer these questions before you make a decision.

Bonuses

It turns out that there are many mobile casinos that offer special bonuses for their mobile users. This means that you can expect a different kind of welcome bonus offer when you are using a smartphone/tablet compared to using a desktop computer. There are also special free spins offers for mobile users in some cases. While we are talking about bonuses we should point out that almost all of these bonuses come with certain wagering requirements. Make sure that you’ve read the terms and conditions before using these bonuses. A wagering requirement of x25 or x35 is considered a reasonable requirement.

Selection of games

Of course, this is another important topic. Most of us have favorite casino games and there’s no reason to join a mobile casino if you can’t play your favorite casino games. Don’t forget that most of these casinos are offering online slots, so it’s easy to find a mobile casino with dozens of slot games. In addition, many of these mobile casinos have sports betting sections which allow players to place bets on sports events too.

Customer support

Lastly, we have customer support. If you are planning on joining a mobile casino, make sure that they have professional customer support. The best ones have a few contact options, typically via live chat feature, phone or email. In addition, it’s easy to find a casino like this with a Frequently Asked Questions page.

Kessie and Biglia: 'Embarrassing'
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Franck Kessie and Lucas Biglia had a brawl on the Milan bench during the Derby, but went on a public apology tour for the “embarrassing scenes.”

The incident occurred during the second half of Inter's 3-2 victory when Kessie was substituted and seemed irritable, so Biglia – who did not play and was already seated on the bench – said something to him.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: 'Double defeat for AC Milan'
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Gennaro Gattuso was upset by Milan’s 3-2 loss to Inter, but “the defeat that hurts the most was what happened” in the Franck Kessie and Lucas Biglia row.

“The first half we were constantly getting pressed and unable to play out. In the second, we changed a few things. We struggled with their through runs and they’d systematically run past us with four or five players,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 2:3 Internazionale - match report
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Scorers: Vecino 3 (I), De Vrij 51 (I), Bakayoko 57 (M), Lautaro Martinez pen 67 (I), Musacchio 71 (I)

Inter emerged with an extraordinary 3-2 victory over rivals Milan to leapfrog them into third place in a dramatic, chaotic, passionate Derby della Madonnina.

The Rossoneri went into the 170th Derby della Madonnina one point ahead of their rivals and on a run of five consecutive Serie A victories, with practically a full squad to choose from. On the other hand, the Nerazzurri were in crisis, with Mauro Icardi refusing to train since February 13 despite being told there was no knee injury, Radja Nainggolan, Joao Mario and Joao Miranda out of action. They were also fresh from Thursday’s Europa League exit to Eintracht Frankfurt.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Musacchio: AC Milan fear no-one
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Mateo Musacchio has warned Inter that Milan ‘fear no-one’ ahead of Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina in Serie A.

Milan can open a four-point lead on Inter with victory over their city rivals this weekend, and Musacchio made it clear the Rossoneri were ready to do battle.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini gets debut Italy call
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Daniel Maldini, son of Paolo and grandson of Cesare, has received his first call-up for the Italy Under-18 squad.

The dynasty continues, because 17-year-old Daniel Maldini was added to the Azzurrini at Under-18 level for the friendly against the Netherlands on March 22.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan pair in U21 squad
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Sandro Tonali, Alex Meret, Davide Calabria and Patrick Cutrone join new boy Luiz Felipe in Italy’s Under-21 squad for games against Austria and Croatia.

Tonali and Meret trained with Italy last month but stick with the Azzurrini ahead of this summer’s European Under-21 Championship, as do Calabria and Cutrone.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Transfer Rumors: Sforza and Lo Celso to join AC Milan this summer?
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A serious football club like AC Milan is always looking for chances to strengthen their squad by finding outstanding players on positions where they seem to be weak. While it’s true that AC Milan is doing a good job this season in Serie A, it’s also true that they are far from the first position which is imperative for this club almost every year. You can get more information on that by visiting websites that are focused on providing news and advice about football betting. After the finish of the winter transfer window, the management of the team didn’t stop searching for new players. In fact, there are rumors related to two top football players that AC Milan is negotiating with.

Two midfielders could boost AC Milan’s team this summer

First and foremost, there are rumors related to Giovanni Lo Celso, the popular midfielder who is owned by PSG. This young central midfielder who is currently on loan at Real Betis in the Spanish first league has a great season there. He played a total of 36 matches for Betis this season and scored 12 goals which is a record number of goals for him in one season despite the fact that he is not a striker. The management of AC Milan noticed the player on their match against Real Betis last year when they were playing in the early stages of the Europa League. But, this transfer won’t be an easy task for AC Milan because both Real Betis and Real Madrid want this player. According to some sources, even Tottenham is interested in Lo Celso. What’s interesting is that AC Milan is ready to pay up to 50 Million Dollars for the services of this outstanding player.

Next, on the list of potential new players that may come to AC Milan this summer, we have Juan Sebastian Sforza. This is another central midfielder who is even younger than Lo Celso. Actually, he is just 17 years old and he plays for Newell’s Old Boys in Argentina. Thanks to his outstanding performance in the last year, he grabbed the attention of a few well-established clubs including AC Milan. There is an official report of a meeting between the representatives of the Italian and Argentinean clubs that happened a few days ago. The same sources have highlighted the fact that AC Milan can get this player for 1.5 million Euros which is definitely a smart investment given that this player has time to grow into an even better player. Yet, the management of Newell’s Old Boys has pointed out that they will meet with the management of few other Serie A clubs in the next few weeks like Napoli, Juventus, Inter, and Roma.

If AC Milan manages to get these two players and everything goes according to the plan, they will secure the central midfielder position for the next few years which is a position with a very important role in every team.

Serie A: Chievo 1:2 AC Milan - match report
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Scorers: Biglia 31 (M), Hetemaj 41 (C), Piatek 57 (M)

Lucas Biglia’s magnificent free kick and a Krzysztof Piatek tap-in proved just about enough to give Milan a 2-1 victory away to Chievo, their fifth consecutive Serie A win.

The Rossoneri had Ricardo Rodriguez suspended, but took the opportunity to rest Hakan Calhanoglu, Davide Calabria and Tiemoue Bakayoko, with Andrea Conti and Lucas Biglia returning after injury. Chievo had Nicola Rigoni banned, Sergio Pellissier, Nenad Tomovic and Ezequiel Schelotto side-lined.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Caldara: 'Glad to be back'
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Mattia Caldara is happy “just to be with my teammates again” as he is on the Milan bench against Chievo after an injury nightmare.

“It has been a long and difficult period for me and now it’s just nice to be with my teammates again,” the defender told Milan TV.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 1:0 Sassuolo - match report
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Scorer: Lirola og 35 (M)

Milan did the bare minimum to scrape past 10-man Sassuolo thanks to an unlucky Pol Lirola own goal, but still fly into third place ahead of Inter.

As the Nerazzurri lost 2-1 to Cagliari last night, the Rossoneri knew a win would allow them to leapfrog their city rivals into third place. Mattia Caldara, Jack Bonaventura and Cristian Zapata were still out, but Suso and Hakan Calhanoglu returned after Tuesday’s Coppa Italia semi-final draw with Lazio. The visitors welcomed back Domenico Berardi from suspension, but Alfred Duncan was banned with Marlon injured. It was a return to San Siro for ex-Rossoneri midfielder Manuel Locatelli.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Caldara makes AC Milan comeback
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Mattia Caldara returned to the field in a Milan jersey, albeit for the youth team, after five and a half months on the treatment table.

The former Atalanta defender hadn’t played since September 20, against Dudelange in the Europa League.

Read the rest on Football Italia.





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