I think the Milanisti here are making a big, if common, mistake: they're more interested in the upcoming Coppa game against Roma than this one and they're underestimating Reggina. When players do that, they LOSE and then supporters complain about their lack of professionalism.
I don't really care about the Roma Coppa games.
We've already shown who's who against Roma, and I´m not that interested in Coppa Italia anyway.
We got that last year, and scudetto is still in Juve's shirt...
So we must beat Reggina and send Rodondo and co. to the Coppa games.
Let's hope the same Milan that destroyed Roma appears against Reggina. Even if they don't, we still could win. This match is vital as is every match from now on. We could be equal first if results go our way, with a game in hand still. I'm confident, and guess who will score?
We rely too much on Sheva in goalscoring department (just like we relied on Pippo last season).Except Kaka, our midfield is too static offensively(Seedorf, Pirlo, Gattuso, Rui - none of them is a regular goalscorer, also can't attack from wings).This is why we fail to break down small teams.Milan's strengths - good defense, strong,compact midfield able to press opponent troughout the game and keep possession - bring results against strong opponents, who can't allow to stay back and kill off the game.But for constantly getting 3 pts against small teams, who play defensively against us, wide range of attacking options is needed, and Milan lacks those.
Unfortunately Juve and Roma got 3 pts from today's matches too.Roma won in Perugia thanks to Mancini's first minute strike, while Juve got a hardfought 1-2 win against Samp (senior citizen Conte scored the winner )
Another victory. Very good. Reports say we came close to scoring several other goals through Serginho, Gattuso, Shevchenko and Rui Costa. But it was Kaka` that won us the match with his two goals and setting up the penalty, where Pirlo fixed up his last two previous efforts and scored. Great start to the year so far, lets hope this continues.
What's this? No match reports? Carson is falling down on the job. Who do I report him to? :nasty: Just because he can now watch his beloved Inter on television for the first time in years is no excuse for slacking off.
What a player! His first goal illustrated that he is out of this world. He dribbled past Sottil with ease, before finding the corner of the net with the tip of his boot. It was all about style and precision.
Pioli is doing pretty good. The team is clearly improving lately. The latest rumors are that the management are "satisfied". Did we finally find the right coach, good enough to build a project? Or should we aim much higher since the start of the season to prevent a Gattuso and Montella scenario...
We have clearly improved the performance in the last two games against Inter and Juve, but the results are still not there. We have not won any of our last two league games, three in total. We really need to win this one to get back on track and win this one to at least make it to...