My opinion on the top4
Wtf, Milan having their best season in a decade and you quit watching because of 3 losses or so?We look like dead team. I said this a few games earlier. That air of invincibility we had died at Atalanta and this game took away the last bit of it. I don't count the Juve game since we missed a whole squad of players back then.
I am not into jinxing. To understand how convinced i feel about this I just say I just quit watching football after that game. I'll spend my time on more important things for most of the rest of the season.
We have played like shit for a while, though, having won only 6 out of the last 14 matches in all competitions, and all signals point in a direction which is unhealthy to witness for Milan fans.Wtf, Milan having their best season in a decade and you quit watching because of 3 losses or so?
You have a lot of injured players coming back that are out of form. Sure, you will get demolished by Inter, and maybe Roma too, but after that you can pick up momentum again against smaller teams.I will be catching some Milan games, but not follow football otherwise. Its pretty clear though we are just going to go through a painful fall down the table. we havent had a real good performance in quite a while.
I only watched the 2nd half and they were the usual passive self almost letting Udinese back in the game. Cristante had an OK game, some good interventions and a major blunder which almost cost us a goal, Pau Lopez saved his ass big time. His ball distribution was mostly safe with the occasional useless long ball to Mayoral.
Di Francesco has struggled since leaving Sassuolo no?After the defeat to Torino at Sardinia Arena Di Francesco's Cagliari has completed 16 games in a row without a win. I don't know whether it is a record or not. I remember for example Novellino at Sampdoria having 13 games in a row without a win and that was a completely different situation because Sampdoria never really risked the relegation, it was just an ugly way to end a season which had had a good start. There were maybe desperate situtations I can't even remember, with clubs who decided to spare the money for the following season in serie B, but, again, this is a different situation: here we have a chairman, Giulini, who has repeated in the last few weeks that he is confident that Di Francesco can save Cagliari. And he has repeated it with that grin you usually see on the face of De Laurentiis. That grin which means "I know better". Well, I must admit it: I'm eager to hear from Giulini and above all I'm eager to see his face now. THAT grin!