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April 2019

Gattuso: Lazio all or nothing
11.4 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso has warned that Milan cannot afford to lose their ‘Final’ against Lazio this weekend ‘if we want to qualify for the Champions League.’

Milan’s 2-1 defeat to Juventus on Saturday was mired in controversy after several decisions went against them, but Gattuso insisted his side could have ‘no excuses’.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan delay Biglia renewal?
11.4 || webmaster

Milan have reportedly put contract talks with midfielder Lucas Biglia on hold, amidst renewed interest from China.

Biglia’s contract has only a year left to run, but Gazzetta dello Sport’s Nicolo Schira claims Milan director Leonardo does not see his renewal as a priority.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan 'not surprised' by FFP probe
11.4 || webmaster

Milan are not surprised that UEFA referred them to its CFCB Adjudicatory Chamber over Financial Fair Play (FFP) breaches.

The new breaches relate to last season and the current campaign, while the case is separate to the one that saw them hit with a European ban, which was later lifted.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Report: Caldara for AC Milan-Lazio
11.4 || webmaster

Milan Coach Gennaro Gattuso is reportedly planning to give centre-back Mattia Caldara his first Serie A start of the season against Lazio.

After their defeat to Juventus, which was their third in their last four games, Milan are preparing for the big clash with top-four rivals Lazio.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan face another FFP probe
11.4 || webmaster

UEFA has announced that Milan has been referred to its CFCB Adjudicatory Chamber for more Financial Fair Play breaches.

A statement released by UEFA on Wednesday confirmed Milan had failed to comply with FFP last season, as well as the three before it.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Report: AC Milan move for Everton
11.4 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly pressing ahead for Gremio winger Everton Soares, but they could face competition from Manchester United and Manchester City.

According to, Milan sporting director Leonardo is in talks with Everton’s agent Gilmar Veloz.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Donnarumma targeting Lazio return
11.4 || webmaster

Milan hope to have Gianluigi Donnarumma back in goal for Saturday’s Serie A showdown with Lazio.

The goalkeeper has been out of action since limping off during the opening minutes of their 1-1 draw with Udinese on April 2.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

The greats of AC Milan
11.4 || webmaster

Who doesn't know about AC Milan Football Club? The famous and most prominent today is the Goalkeeper, Gianluigi Donnaruma. This AC Milan club has been established since December 16, 1899, in Italy and based in Milan, Lombardy. As long as you know, when AC Milan was formed, it was not a football club. A cricket club was formed which was named Milan Cricket and Football Club because its founder was a British citizen, Herbert Kilpin and a British businessman, Alfred Edwards. AC itself stands for Associazione Calcio, while the frills of Milan behind it are just a club name that comes from the two men of the founder. Milan's name itself has been maintained until now, and there had been a discourse to be changed to 'Milano' because it adjusted the Italian dale's

The colors of AC Milan are red and black which are always synonymous with this club. Red stifles the spirit of players and black understands the difficulties of their opponents. The club did not run smoothly, the 1908 compilation of AC Milan managed to split. Several agreements are not suitable for some participants.

In the 1950s was the period when the club was successful in domestic competition, namely in 1951, 1955, 1957 and 1962. At that time, AC Milan began to show its superiority in 1963 in matches at the European level by beating Benfica in the Champions Cup final. After that, AC Milan also took various significant titles on the blue Continent in the era of the 1970s. However, in the 1980s, the club suffered a dark period of being involved in the Totonero scandal and was sentenced to relegation to Seria A B for the first time in its history. Then, AC Milan experienced great success in the 1990s and 2000s with the Champion champion's (5 times) and the Scudetto (as the Italian League Champion) with the Dutch Trio (Ruud Gullit, Marco Van Basten, Frank Rijkaard) which made them dominate Europe even the world.

AC Milan has its club stadium. The name is San Siro Stadium, located in the center of Milan in the San Siro district. Initially, AC Milan used the San Siro Stadium only for his club. Legally and formally, the property belongs to the AC Milan Club. In 1947, the AC Milan stadium was rented by Inter Milan, so since then Inter and AC Milan have used the San Siro Stadium together. Milanisti (According to SBOBET Sports Bookmaker Bolanet.Top a leading of premium sports betting in Indonesia, Milan has a fanatic fans in Indonesia called Milanisti.), AC Milan supporters occupy the south side of the stadium.

They even named the San Siro Stadium as Brigate Rossonero, which means red Black Supporter. The real intention is the Red Devil Supporter. The San Siro Stadium has a capacity of 80,018 spectators with 18 VVIP seats which are usually used by AC Milan President's and local officials or Italian officials when Italy plays.

However, two Milan clubs have agreed to build a new stadium together. That means the new stadium will replace the San Siro Stadium. The construction of the stadium itself will cost around 600 million euros, and the new stadium will be built near the San Siro Stadium. Estimated completion of the structure and use of the new stadium will be carried out in the season of 2023-2024.

The AC Milan club itself is inseparable from the names of the great legendary players who have raised their club. Call it Gunnar Nordhal, Paolo Maldini, Franco Baresi, Marco Van Basten, Kaka, George Weah, Andrea Pirlo, Ruud Gullit, Andriy Shevchenko.

Juventus - AC Milan ref 'to be dropped'
9.4 || webmaster

Referee Michael Fabbri will reportedly be dropped after his controversial performance during Juventus’ 2-1 win against Milan on Saturday.

Fabbri came under fire for not awarding Milan a penalty, while neither the official nor VAR spotted Mario Mandzukic kick out at Alessio Romagnoli.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Referees apologise to AC Milan over Juve?
9.4 || webmaster

It’s reported representatives of the Referees’ Association will meet with Milan to admit there were mistakes in the defeat to Juventus.

According to Sky Sport Italia, AIA President Marcello Nicchi and refereeing designator Nicola Rizzoli will meet with Milan Coach Gennaro Gattuso and director Leonardo at tomorrow’s Lega Serie A meeting.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Juventus 2:1 AC Milan - match report
9.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Piatek 40 (M), Dybala pen 60 (J), Kean 84 (J)

Krzysztof Piatek had put Milan in front, but Paulo Dybala’s penalty and yet another goal from Moise Kean completed the Juventus comeback.

If Napoli lose to Genoa tomorrow, then the Bianconeri will mathematically earn their eighth consecutive Scudetto.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Boca want Biglia or Papu
3.4 || webmaster

Boca Juniors are targeting Milan midfielder Lucas Biglia and Atalanta captain Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez, it’s reported.

According to Fox Sports Argentina, the historic club is preparing a swoop for Serie A veterans this summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan confirm serious injuries
3.4 || webmaster

Milan confirmed Gianluigi Donnarumma and Lucas Paqueta have serious injuries, but Suso, Franck Kessie and Andrea Conti could recover.

The Rossoneri have a showdown with the Serie A leaders this coming weekend, but must deal with the fallout from their 1-1 home draw with Udinese.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: Donnarumma out 'for weeks'
3.4 || webmaster

Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is expected to be out for several weeks with a thigh injury, while Lucas Paqueta faces a ‘long’ spell on the sidelines.

Sport Mediaset and Sky Sport Italia report Donnarumma suffered a flexor injury in his right thigh after he was forced off just 11 minutes into Milan’s 1-1 draw with Udinese.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Paqueta and Donnarumma miss Juve?
2.4 || webmaster

Lucas Paqueta and Gianluigi Donnarumma are both serious doubts to feature when Milan take on Juventus this weekend.

Both players limped off during the first half of this evening’s Serie A match against Udinese at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 1:1 Udinese - match report
2.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Piatek 44 (M), Lasagna 65 (U)

Krzysztof Piatek’s opener was cancelled out by a classic Kevin Lasagna counter-attack, as injury-hit Milan were held by Udinese at San Siro.

The Rossoneri changed system after two consecutive defeats to Inter and Sampdoria, which put their Champions League participation in peril. Suso was dropped with Diego Laxalt and Ignazio Abate coming in, but above all Lucas Paqueta was turned into a trequartista behind Krzysztof Piatek and Patrick Cutrone in a 4-3-1-2. Udinese were revitalised by new Coach Igor Tudor, who beat Genoa 2-0 on his debut at the weekend, but Sandro and Jens Stryger-Larsen were suspended with Bram Nuytinck, Marco D’Alessandro and Antonin Barak injured.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

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