Dude that's great news!!!Ivan Helguera said:
Fester and his convincing powers!!Silvio Berlusconi : 'I would like to clear my recent statements about the coach and his choices. I just wanted to remember that it is up to the club to sign the players according to the ideal line-up they have in their mind. After these choices and investment, the team created by the club is given to the coach who has the task to draw the best from the group he has at his disposal. It is clear that the coach has to stick to the line of the club. That's why Milan must be an attack-minded team and field important players in attack. Then they can also play like Parma did this evening, with three offensive midfielders and a lone striker.
I hope soQuivering said:edit: oh yeah, good luck deportivo. may the best team win.
Originally posted by Laudrup
You bet he is, Abbiati is pure shite while Dida is one of the very best keepers in Serie A.]
Udinese at home was our only loss in Serie A (so far ). Udinese are a very useful team, have had good results against other so-called big teams and are currently in seventh position. As for Brugge, Milan missed dozens of chances and Brugge scored from their one chance. All honor to them.Ivan Helguera said:as i know milan lost to udinese this mid-table team and surprising club brugge in euro. against club brugge, milan almost only played in club brugge's own side, having more than 30 shots, but could not get a net.
I have to disagree with you here, Ivan. Long shots from the midfield are something that Milan have added to their arsenal this season. Most of the goals still come from passing and positioning, up close and personal.Ivan Helguera said:as sagyv said, long shots are their main way to attack.
Me neither.Ivan Helguera said:can't wait.