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The Archive

August 2018

Cutrone: 'What more could you want?'
31.8 || webmaster

Patrick Cutrone said it is “an honour to learn from Gonzalo Higuain” and relished his last-gasp Milan winner against Roma. “What more could you want?”

The Rossoneri saw Franck Kessie’s opener cancelled out by Federico Fazio, while both sides had goals disallowed using VAR in the second half.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Kaka: 'AC Milan DNA is back'
31.8 || webmaster

Ricardo Kaka believes his old club “are on the right track and have the Milan DNA” after returning to salute the fans.

The Brazilian fan favourite was on the pitch before kick-off to salute the crowd.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 2:1 Roma - match report
31.8 || webmaster

Scorers: Kessie 40 (M), Fazio 59 (R), Cutrone 95 (M)

Patrick Cutrone pounced 30 seconds from time to give Milan a hard-fought 2-1 win over Roma after both sides had goals disallowed.

The Rossoneri had their first home game of the season, as the Week 1 fixture with Genoa was postponed to October 31 following the Ponte Morandi tragedy. They had been leading 2-0 at Napoli only to lose 3-2 and Gennaro Gattuso made only one change from that line-up, Hakan Calhanoglu returning from suspension to replace Fabio Borini. The Giallorossi fought back from 3-1 down to draw with Atalanta, but lost Alessandro Florenzi to injury and transformed to a 3-4-1-2 formation with Ivan Marcano’s debut and the first Rick Karsdorp appearance since October 25 2017.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Napoli 3:2 AC Milan - match report
25.8 || webmaster

Scorers: Bonaventura 15 (M), Calabria 49 (M), Zielinski 53, 67 (N), Mertens 80 (N)

Napoli completed an extraordinary comeback from 2-0 down to beat Milan 3-2 in under 30 minutes with Piotr Zielinski’s brace and Dries Mertens.

This was the Rossoneri’s season debut, as the Week 1 fixture with Genoa was rescheduled to October 31 as a sign of respect after the Ponte Morandi tragedy. This meant Gonzalo Higuain made his first competitive appearance in his old hunting ground, while Hakan Calhanoglu was suspended, so Fabio Borini completed the trident attack. Mateo Musacchio was the surprise pick in his first partnership with new captain Alessio Romagnoli. David Ospina got his Partenopei debut, as Alex Meret was injured with Orestis Karnezis not entirely convincing in the 2-1 win at Lazio. Arkadiusz Milik was again picked rather than Dries Mertens.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maksimovic and Ospina face AC Milan
23.8 || webmaster

Carlo Ancelotti is planning changes to his Napoli side against Milan, as he could start David Ospina and Nikola Maksimovic.

The Partenopei began their campaign with a 2-1 victory away to Lazio, but Ancelotti is prepared to make a few adjustments.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan in talks with Rabiot?
23.8 || webmaster

French reports claim Milan are in close contact with Adrien Rabiot’s entourage to arrange a free transfer for the Paris Saint-Germain rebel.

The 23-year-old midfielder’s current contract will expire at the end of the season and he is refusing to pen a new deal.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Agent: 'Rodriguez rebirth at AC Milan'
23.8 || webmaster

Ricardo Rodriguez is experiencing a “rebirth” at Milan and the team is “more united” under new club management, said his agent.

The Swiss international full-back was linked with a move away to Paris Saint-Germain or the Bundesliga, but opted to remain after Elliott Management took over from Yonghong Li at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Abbiati could return to AC Milan
23.8 || webmaster

Christian Abbiati sees Paolo Maldini and Leonardo returning to Milan as “a step forward”, and is open to coming back himself.

The former goalkeeper was team manager last season, acting as a go-between for the players, Coach and club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sacchi: ‘AC Milan can win the Scudetto’
23.8 || webmaster

Legendary Coach Arrigo Sacchi declares “Milan can win the Scudetto”, even if Juventus are “super-favourites”.

The Rossoneri appear more stable both on and off the pitch, having been taken over by Elliott Management and signed the likes of Mattia Caldara, Gonzalo Higuain and Pepe Reina.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

SMS to renew with Lazio
23.8 || webmaster

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is expected to renew his Lazio contract, but Juventus are looking to do a deal for next summer.

The midfielder was wanted by a host of top clubs this summer, but the Aquile’s €150m asking price put off all suitors.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan face a tough opening game at Napoli
23.8 || webmaster

AC Milan visit Napoli on Sunday aiming to start their Serie A campaign with a bang.

It has been a turbulent summer for the Rossoneri, but hopes are high that their new-look squad can improve on last season's sixth-place finish.

Elliott Management's takeover of the club from Yonghong Li has allowed head coach Gennaro Gattuso some freedom in the transfer market and the 40-year-old has taken full advantage.

Gonzalo Higuain (loan) and Mattia Caldara's arrival from Juventus in a deal that saw Leonardo Bonucci head in the opposite direction looks an excellent piece of business, while Ivan Strinic will provide experienced cover in the full-back areas.

Samu Castillejo and Alen Halilovic are other notable arrivals, while the signing of midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko on loan from Chelsea looks another positive move.

The flurry of transfer activity at the San Siro has seen Milan installed as fifth favourites at 18/1 for the title, but check out this bonus at BetSid before wagering on the outcome.

Milan have also regained some of their identity off the field, with Leonardo returning to the club as sporting director and Paolo Maldini coming back to assist the Brazilian.

The pair will undoubtedly be eager to see fellow Milan legend Gattuso succeed, but the team faces a tough test of their credentials this weekend as they look to overtake Napoli, currently fourth in a Serie A league table that is only a game old.

Napoli kicked-off their season last Saturday with a hard-fought 2-1 victory at Lazio in Carlo Ancelotti's first game in charge.

Last season's runners-up found themselves behind on 25 minutes following a fine individual effort from Ciro Immobile.

However, goals by Arkadiusz Milik and Lorenzo Insigne ensured that Ancelotti got off to a winning start.

Napoli also endured a difficult summer following Maurizio Sarri's departure as manager at the end of last season.

Jorginho's departure to Chelsea left Ancelotti with a hole to fill in midfield, but Fabian Ruiz's arrival from Real Betis should help to plug the gap.

Simone Verdi and Kevin Malcuit also look solid additions, but whether Napoli can repeat last season's second place finish remains to be seen.

Milan haven't fared well against the Partenopei in recent years, winning just one of their last 14 meetings in Serie A.

Insigne and Piotr Zielinski were on target for Napoli in last season's corresponding fixture back in November. Alessio Romagnoli grabbed a late consolation the visitors.

The two sides fought out a 0-0 draw in the return game in Milan during April and Gattuso would probably be happy to start the new campaign with a similar result on Sunday.

Serie A start postponed?
16.8 || webmaster

It’s reported that the first weekend of Serie A could be postponed, in light of the tragic bridge collapse in Genoa.

The Ponte Morandi collapsed on Tuesday morning, leaving at least 39 people dead and many more injured.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Castillejo ready for AC Milan
16.8 || webmaster

Following on from Diego Laxalt, Samu Castillejo has also completed his Milan medical and will sign imminently.

Both players arrived at the Madonnina clinic this morning ahead of their respective transfers, with the Spaniard arriving around 20 minutes after his future teammate.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Laxalt completes Milan medical
16.8 || webmaster

Diego Laxalt has completed his Milan medical, so can now officially sign from Genoa.

The Uruguayan left-back is set to join the Rossoneri for €14m plus €4m in bonuses, and arrived in the city last night.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso the Firebrand: We Hope He Never Changes
16.8 || webmaster



Rino in his playing days.


You’ll find no man more passionate about football that Gennaro “Rino” Gattuso. He’s a man with heart, who loves his club and will do whatever it takes to drag the Rossoneri back to the summit of Italian football. He wears his heart on his sleeve and never backs down in the face of adversity. He’s a firebrand and like we said, we hope he never changes.

The Player

What can we say about Gattuso in his playing days no one has already said? He is an all-action number eight that put the fear of God into his opponents. Sometimes, he even did the same to his teammates. In his biography, Pirlo told us that he loved pranking the fiery Gattuso to see his reactions. After one game of poker in the team hotel, in particular, Rino tried to kill him with a fork. A game of poker resulting in an attempted murder?

Does this surprise you about the man who head-butted Joe Jordan for saying something untoward in Scottish? No, it doesn’t surprise us either.

The Man

Strangely enough, there’s very little to say about Rino’s private life. He’s never been one for controversy and steers well clear of the limelight. It’s almost as if he has a different persona compared to the image he displays on the pitch and in press conferences.

The only time he let his emotions get the better of him was that time he got pranked on Italian TV with a parking attendant locking a dog inside his car. When the attendant showed up, he chased him around the car park kicking him. In the same prank, he tried to start a fight with another man and threatened pretty much everyone who came near him.

But that’s it. Although he has a personality like a hurricane when near a football pitch, it seems he’s a decent guy off it or perhaps he’s a man with a permanent poker face? Unless you lock a dog in his car, of course.

The Manager

So, what does all this say about him as a manager?

Gattuso is the epitome of everything you were told not to be. If he was dealt a bad hand at the poker table, we imagine he’d lose his composure and flip the table right over, but not so.

Gattuso is a very astute manager and person and as a coach, knows when and where to reveal his emotions. Much like someone playing a few hands of Texas Hold ‘em knows how to misdirect their opponents with sudden exclamations of frustration. Yep, Gattuso would probably be quite the poker player.

The Milan players have said that they have never felt happier than they do playing under Rino. A claim that begs the question “Is he that crazy behind closed doors?” The whole head slapping thing is, of course, a great exercise in camaraderie and it paints the picture that the players see their manager as one of the boys. Also, with another manager, this wouldn’t work at all. Players would start acting up, and the manager would slowly but surely lose control of the dressing room.

With Gattuso, it’s different. Perhaps it’s because his players know that he’s not afraid to wield the ax or maybe it’s that he has their respect. Whatever the reasons, there’s no doubt that he has Milan heading in the right direction.

The Season To Come



Another two league titles and we’ll get that second star.


There’s a lot of talk about Antonio Conte taking over the helm at Milan this season, but we have to say, it sounds like a bad idea. Conte is a little like Mourinho in that if he doesn’t get his way, he’ll walk or put the team at risk to make a point. He did it at Chelsea in his pursuit of quite frankly, some pretty ridiculous transfer targets.

Don’t think for a second he wouldn’t do the same here at Milan. Gattuso, however, needs public backing from the club and the chance to sign the players he wants as well as a full preseason and season under his belt. The fact that the club offered him a contract until 2021 last April shows the faith the club has in him and proves that they believe in his vision and ethos.

With news that Bakayoko passed his medical and then signed on the dotted line coming in the last few days, it’s looking like Rino is getting his way in the transfer market. The signing of Gonzalo Higuain was nothing short of a masterstroke, especially considering that the Argentinian was coveted by Chelsea. Add to that the retention of Franck Kessie despite a reported €59 million bid coming in from English Premier League new boys, the Wolves, and this is a team that starting to look like one that Gattuso wants.



Is Higuain the answer to Milan’s attacking woes?


But it’s not stopping there. Uruguayan Diego Laxalt is on the way from Genoa to add both defensive and attacking cover on the left flank while Villarreal winger Samu Castillejo is set to arrive on loan as Carlos Bacca moves in the opposite direction. The Spaniard will offer the Rossoneri much-needed depth in wide positions.

The big transfer that everyone wants to see, though, would complete Gattuso’s royal flush. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic of Lazio was targeted all summer, and although a €30million loan with an obligation to buy for €50million at the end of the season was turned down, Rino still hopes to complete his perfect poker hand.

Milan’s recent trouble with UEFA’s Financial Fair Play regulations means that an outright purchase is out of the question, but should they raise that end of season transfer fee another €20 million, they might get their man.

Adding the midfield dominance of Milinkovic-Savic and the predatory instincts of Higuain up front could be what Gattuso needs to help Milan avoid another sixth-place finish. And although Rino himself has stated that Higuain cannot carry the club on his shoulders, his addition to the squad was a statement of intent that is hard to ignore. We have yet to judge Gattuso as a manager, having seen him for only two-thirds of a season, but we get the feeling that something good is brewing in Milan. With the players on his side and top names eager to join the Rino revolution, Gattuso might have what it takes to bring the Rossoneri back to the top.

Locatelli: ‘Thank you AC Milan’
13.8 || webmaster

Manuel Locatelli thanks Milan after moving to Sassuolo on loan with an obligation to buy.

The young midfielder officially joined the Neroverdi earlier today, and thanked his former club with an emotional post on Instagram.

Read the rest on Football Italia.


Tuchel: ‘Rabiot could leave’
13.8 || webmaster

Paris Saint-Germain Coach Thomas Tuchel isn’t sure Milan and Juventus target Adrien Rabiot will stay - “Adrien must make a decision”.

The midfielder is out of contract at the end of the current season, and both Italian sides are keen to sign him in a cut-price deal.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Official: Locatelli joins Sassuolo
13.8 || webmaster

Sassuolo have officially signed Italy Under-21 midfielder Manuel Locatelli from Milan on loan with an obligation to buy.

The deal was confirmed in a statement on Sassuolo’s website, while reports claim the Neroverdi have paid €2m for the loan and agreed to shell out a further €10m plus €2m in bonuses next summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bakayoko has AC Milan medical
13.8 || webmaster

Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko is one step away from becoming a Milan player after passing his medical.

Tuttomercatoweb reports Bakayoko underwent medical examinations at La Madonnina clinic on Monday morning.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Lazio set Milinkovic-Savic deadline
10.8 || webmaster

Lazio have reportedly set a Sunday deadline for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic to receive an offer worth €120m or stay in Rome.

According to La Repubblica, the club told him and his agent that if he doesn’t bring in a proposal matching the asking price this weekend, then he won’t be allowed to leave this summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Andre Silva ready for Sevilla
10.8 || webmaster

Milan have left out Andre Silva and Riccardo Montolivo from the squad to face Real Madrid, as the striker is close to Sevilla.

The pre-season friendly will kick off on Saturday evening in Spain at 20.00 UK time.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Strinic: ‘Not ready to play’
10.8 || webmaster

New Milan signing Ivan Strinic admits he’s not “100 per cent ready to play” as “I’ve got some problems with my tendon”.

The Croatian left-back has joined the Rossoneri on a free transfer, but after an extended post-World Cup break it could be a few weeks before he makes his debut.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Reina: ‘AC Milan a dream’
10.8 || webmaster

Pepe Reina is “honoured and happy” after signing for Milan - “when you’re a kid you dream of signing for a club like this”.

The Spanish goalkeeper left Napoli at the end of his contract to join the Rossoneri, and his official presentation took place this afternoon.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Bacca and Silva could leave’
10.8 || webmaster

Leonardo confirms Carlos Bacca and André Silva could be sold, but Manuel Locatelli won’t be told to leave Milan.

The general manager was at Casa Milan today for Ivan Strinic and Pepe Reina’s presentation, and he was quizzed about players who could leave.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

'AC Milan not considering Suso sale’
10.8 || webmaster

Milan general manager Leonardo assures “we’ve never thought about” selling Suso, after meeting his agent today.

The Spanish winger has been linked with a move to Roma, and the Giallorossi met with his representative yesterday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bakayoko close to AC Milan
7.8 || webmaster

Sky Italia reports Milan are in advanced negotiations for Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko.

The Rossoneri are looking to reinforced in central midfield this summer, but general manager Leonardo admitted yesterday that the likes of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic are out of their price range.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan wait for Bacca offers
7.8 || webmaster

Milan are awaiting a new offer from Villarreal for Carlos Bacca, but there are reports another Spanish side could come in.

The Colombian striker spent last season on loan with El Submarino Amarillo, but didn’t take up their €15m option to sign him permanently.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Kalinic brings AC Milan profit
7.8 || webmaster

Though Milan will make a loss on Nikola Kalinic in terms of transfer fee, his sale will still bring a €10m bonus on the balance sheet.

The Croatian is set to join Atletico Madrid, and is in Spain for a medical today.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Rodriguez turns down PSG?
7.8 || webmaster

It is reported that Arsenal target Ricardo Rodriguez wants to stay at Milan and has turned down Paris Saint-Germain.

The Gunners have been heavily linked with the Switzerland left-back, amid speculation the Rossoneri could be persuaded to sell the player for around €34m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: Everton in for Bernard
7.8 || webmaster

Everton have reportedly beaten Milan in the race to sign the Brazilian winger Bernard.

According to Sky Sports, Bernard will undergo a medical with Everton ‘in the next 24 hours’, while The Daily Mirror expects him to pen a five-year contract with the Toffees.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan name Rodriguez price?
7.8 || webmaster

It is claimed Milan could be tempted into selling Arsenal target Ricardo Rodriguez for €34m.

Premium Sport and The Daily Mail follow up an earlier report by Corriere dello Sport, which stated Arsenal had a bid for Rodriguez rejected.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Leonardo: Kaka AC Milan-bound, but…
7.8 || webmaster

Leonardo has revealed that Kaka will be in Milan next month but refused to state whether the Rossoneri will employ him.

Kaka has made no secret of his desire to return to Milan in a non-playing capacity, and Leonardo hinted his fellow Brazilian would be the next former Rossonero back at San Siro after the likes of himself, Gennaro Gattuso and Paolo Maldini.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Leonardo: ‘Milinkovic-Savic impossible’
7.8 || webmaster

Milan technical director Leonardo admits it’s “impossible” to sign Sergej Milinkovic-Savic from Lazio this summer.

The Rossoneri have been linked with a move for the Serbian, but his price tag means a move to San Siro can’t happen, at least this summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini: ‘Love for Milan’
7.8 || webmaster

Paolo Maldini confirms his love for Milan is behind his return to the club as a director.

The legendary former defender turned down a role with the Rossoneri under the previous ownership, but it was confirmed yesterday that he has returned to the club at which he spent his entire career.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Indescribable’ Maldini unveiled tomorrow
5.8 || webmaster

Milan President Paolo Scaroni has ‘no words to describe what Paolo Maldini represents’ as the club prepare to unveil him on Monday.

Maldini will be presented as Milan’s new strategic development director at 15:30 CET, the former Italy defender returning to San Siro nine years after he called time on his legendary playing career.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: AC Maldini back at Milan!
5.8 || webmaster

Milan legend Paolo Maldini has officially returned to the club, taking on the role of strategic development director.

“Milan’s new era is further strengthened by the name of Paolo Maldini, who becomes the new strategic development director of the club’s sporting area,” read a statement.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Romagnoli already over Bonucci
5.8 || webmaster

Alessio Romagnoli claims Milan ‘have other players just as good as Leonardo Bonucci’ and that Gonzalo Higuain is ‘one of the best strikers in the world’.

Bonucci spent just a season at Milan as he returned to Juventus in a straight swap with Mattia Caldara, but Romagnoli suggested his side got the better side of the deal.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Reina: I’ll fight to be AC Milan No 1
5.8 || webmaster

Pepe Reina has promised to fight for Milan’s No 1 jersey but warned that the club must only think about ‘growing’.

Reina had been linked with a quick departure from Milan, with Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea possibly in the market for a new goalkeeper, but the 35-year-old made it clear he was not daunted by the competition at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: Step back for AC Milan, but…
5.8 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso admits Milan took ‘a step back’ during their 1-0 win against Barcelona but praised match-winner Andre Silva. “He works too hard!”

Silva’s injury-time finish earned Milan their first win at the International Champions Cup on Sunday morning, and Gattuso was encouraged by the ‘burning spirit’ his side showed to come away with the victory.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

The Latest for AC Milan
5.8 || webmaster

Milan Madness

After the nailbiter of a game between Manchester and Milan, there has been a big uproar. Milan fans had to walk away with a defeat, but it was a close game against a formidable club. Milan showed through their performance against Manchester that they have what it takes to be a serious contender to any team unfortunate enough to cross their path.

Known officially as Associazione Calcio Milan, this Italian professional football team is based in Lombardy, and has been a strong performer across the board since their inception. If you are like the millions of others who became hardcore AC Milan fans, welcome to your one stop shop for the latest news to come from this considerable club.

The Shootout Defeat

The latest out of Milan was the highly anticipated matchup against the big bad Manchester United. The game was very close, a nailbiter that had fans on the edge of their feet from start to finish. The game became one of penalties. In fact, there were 26 penalties in the Manchester United versus Milan game.

After 90 minutes of a back and forth bloodbath, the game boiled down to penalties and a shootout. A 1 to 1 draw led to the shootout, which was just as intense as the game itself. In sudden death, MU’s very own Ander Herrer scored with a well-placed spot-kick, putting Manchester in the lead after a grueling 16 points. Herrer’s point put Manchester ahead 9 to 8, and Milan’s Franck Kessie could not answer back, closing out the game for Manchester.

Big Bets

Big clubs like AC Milan are making strides to completely change the conception of football and the way the game is played. One development that seems to be on the horizon for professional football is the endorsement of sports betting. Recently sports betting has had some regulations lifted to make it more accessible to eager new gamblers and seasoned old ones alike.

The sudden surge in popularity of sports gambling has caught the attention of some big institutions, and the EFL is no exception. Professional football players have considered taking sponsors from gambling sites that offer specials like free bets. This new development is certainly big news, and it will be interesting to see what the future holds for gambling in professional football.

Price Hike

There are plenty of eyes on the Milan club, and not just the fans either. In fact, Chelsea put a 62m tag on Alvaro Morata when they caught with that Milan was hoping to get their hands on the young talent. While there are few things that could prevent Milan from picking up a player they want, currently the two clubs have a big discrepancy on what they think Morato is worth.

The price issue has caused some big delays in the negotiations. In fact, if Chelsea doesn’t reconsider their valuation, Milan is looking at other great prospects such as Gonzalo Higuain or Radamel Falcao.

With all these interesting updates, only time will tell what the future has in store for AC Milan.

Caldara & Higuain medicals ‘tomorrow’
1.8 || webmaster

Mattia Caldara and Gonzalo Higuain will reportedly undergo medicals with Milan on Thursday.

According to MilanNews.it, Higuain’s medical has been scheduled for 07:00 BST, with the striker due to arrive in Milan the night before.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Report: Juve - Milan swap done
1.8 || webmaster

Several top journalists in Italy agree the three-way, Juventus-Milan swap involving Leonardo Bonucci, Mattia Caldara and Gonzalo Higuain is done.

Gianluca Di Marzio, Alfredo Pedulla, Fabrizio Romano and Romeo Agresti, among others, all wrote on Wednesday afternoon that agreements for the trio had been reached.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi: Higuain a champion
1.8 || webmaster

Former Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has given his approval to the Rossoneri’s pursuit of Gonzalo Higuain. “He’s a champion…”

Higuain appears increasingly likely to leave Juventus for Milan as part of a mega swap deal involving Mattia Caldara and Leonardo Bonucci, and Berlusconi made it clear he held the striker in high regard.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan suffer narrow Spurs defeat
1.8 || webmaster

Milan were beaten 1-0 by Tottenham Hostpur last night as they continued their pre-season tour of the United States.

Despite having 16 shots compared to the London club’s five, a goal early in the second half by Georges-Kevin N’Koudou was enough to consign the Rossoneri to defeat.

Read the rest on Football Italia.





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