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Although he was sacked by Milan earlier this year, Massimiliano Allegri was not out of a job for long as he has now been announced as the new coach for Juventus.
For Serie A fans, this summer indeed has gotten quite interesting.
First yesterday was the abrupt resignation of Juventus coach Antonio Conte after what many reported as an on-going dispute regarding the club's failure to capture certain key targets in the transfer market.
And now, the Bianconeri have moved quickly to replace him on the bench, with former Milan tactician Massimiliano... Read the rest of the article »
Premier League and Serie A fans will be able to view matches featuring Liverpool, Manchester United, Milan, and Inter via NBCSN in the next few weeks.
NBCSN will televise two International Champions Cup matches beginning later this month, featuring Manchester United v. Inter Milan on Tuesday, July 29 at 7 p.m. ET from FedEx Field in Washington, D.C. and Liverpool v. AC Milan on Saturday, August 2 at 6:30 p.m. ET at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.
NBC Sports Group’s lead Premier League play-by-play announcer Arlo White will... Read the rest of the article »
After fallout with his own VP, Mario Balotelli is looking elsewhere, and could possibly end up back in the Premier League, with Arsenal.
After the disappointing World Cup campaign, the Italian community, used to always being a protagonist at international events, has focused the criticism on one player in particular: Mario Balotelli.
AC Milan’s striker only found the net once during the World Cup, against a weakened England that left the tournament with 1 single point. Largely anonymous on the field, SuperMario will remember... Read the rest of the article »
Afer months of speculation, numerous reports have indicated that the Rossoneri star is finally saying goodbye to Europe to play in the US.
Despite making a return to the club he referred to as his "second home", Kaka has been linked with a move away from Milan throughout parts of last season.
The Brazilian midfielder, who quickly became a Rossoneri fan favorite was instrumental in the team winning their 7th Champions League trophy in 2007 before moving on to Real Madrid in a deal worth nearly €70 million two years... Read the rest of the article »
Ghanian midfielder, Sulley Muntari, recently renewed his contract with AC Milan for an additional 2 years, until 2016.
Sulley Muntari renewed his contract with AC Milan for an additional 2 years. The Rossoneri secured the midfielder’s services until 2016, with the hope that the coming seasons will be more successful than the last one.
The Ghanaian, joined Milanello from city rivals Inter back in 2012. The first season, the 29-year-old remained out for most of the season. However, this last season Muntari... Read the rest of the article »
Arsene Wenger looks ready to move for AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli as the North London side are in search for attacking recruitment
Arsenal finally appear ready to move for AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli.
Arsene Wenger is a known admirer of the Italian attacker and is pondering the idea of bringing him back to the English Premier League.
Reports suggest the long-serving Frenchman is now ready to meet the £25m price tag that was slapped on the former Manchester City man by his current club.
And now... Read the rest of the article »
Hellas Verona's talented Juan Manuel Iturbe will likely leave his team for a bigger club next season.
During last season, newly promoted Hellas Verona proved to be Serie A’s surprise due to their entertaining style of play and a very prepared coach, Mandorlini. However, much of the team’s success came from the performance of one player, Juan Manuel Iturbe.
Surely Iturbe must have picked up some good advices from colleague Lionel Messi
The Argentinian left-midfielder is this... Read the rest of the article »
Wenger is on a hunt for a world class forward to add to the squad and recent reports have linked the Gunners with a move for Italian international Mario Balotelli with Puma reportedly interested in brokering the deal.
The North London side signed a staggering 150 million pound five year deal with Puma after ending a two decade long association with Nike. Whereas the deal has provided Arsenal with obvious financial benefits the Gunners might be at the receiving end of further incentives.
According to reports in Italy, Balotelli who is also sponsored by Puma might make his move to the Emirates and the transfer... Read the rest of the article »
The legendary striker now officially replaces the iconic midfielder on the Rossoneri bench for the upcoming season.
Interestingly, up until the end of the 2011-2012 season, Clarence Seedorf and Filippo "Pippo" Inzaghi were teammates at Milan.
The duo won, among other things, two out of the team's seven Champions League trophies in 2003 and 2007. And, in May 2012, they were one of several veterans--including Alessandro Nesta and Gennaro Gattuso--released by the club in a decision that left... Read the rest of the article »
The mercurial Rossoneri striker is reportedly edging closer to a Premier League return.
Any Serie A follower is definitely aware of Mario Balotelli's situation at Milan.
From the time the former Manchester City and Inter striker returned to his native country, there were always the whispers that he was not wanted, especially with Rossoneri owner Silvio Berlusconi referring to the 23-year-old as a "rotten apple".
Now, with Milan failing to secure any kind of European... Read the rest of the article »
In a recent meeting, Inzaghi and Galliani decided that Balotelli will not be on the priority-list for AC Milan.
Serie A giants, AC Milan, have recently decided that Mario Balotelli will not be a necessity for the club. During a recent meeting between Filippo Inzaghi, the manager-to-be after the Seedorf-era, and Galliani, the future of Supermario was discussed.
Although Inzaghi would like to keep the striker on the team, should the player wish to leave, the club will try to please the player’s requests... Read the rest of the article »
For many Milan followers, this latest change on the managerial bench will probably not come as a surprise.
After Massimiliano Allegri was finally dismissed following the Rossoneri's humiliation at the hands of Sassuolo, former player Clarence Seedorf took over in a move that surprised quite a few observers, as he had zero managerial experience prior to assuming the role.
Nonetheless... Read the rest of the article »
The high-flying Giallorossi host a resurgent Rossoneri side in a Friday evening Serie A clash at the Stadio Olimpico.
Preview: Clarence Seedorf's troops look to make it six for six against a very tough Roma side
Although Rudi Garcia's men are unlikely to catch Juventus, who sit eight points clear with just four games remaining, the Scudetto race is still not done and dusted. The Giallorossi have gone on an amazing winning streak of eight straight games to secure Champions League football for next season and... Read the rest of the article »
Clarence Seedorf has guided his team to four straight wins and as a result, Milan sit five points behind city rivals Inter and a Europa League berth.
Preview: Rossoneri look to keep up winning momentum against relegation candidates Livorno
Last weekend, Milan achieved something that they have not done all season: win four consecutive matches. In teams from past seasons, this would not be anything worthy of note, but given how the Diavolo have floundered during much of this year's domestic campaign, any positive result is something that will... Read the rest of the article »
With just a handful of games remaining, Milan are looking to grab as many points as possible to secure a decent standing at the end of the season.
Preview: The Rossoneri look to make it three straight wins against the Grifone
It's not something that many fans would have anticipated after last season's miraculous turnaround, but Milan has yet to win three consecutive games in Serie a all season. They can do so against Genoa, a side that they have not lost to since back in September 2008, but due to their dismal form this season, their opponents... Read the rest of the article »
The Viola will be keen to grab all three points against the side that kept them from Champions League football last season.
Preview: Champions League hopefuls Fiorentina welcome a floundering Milan to the Stadio Artemio Franchi
The last time Milan won a match was on 23 February, a 2-0 victory on the road against Sampdoria that saw them move into the top half of the table. Since then, they have been dumped out of the Champions League and have just picked up one point from their last four league games--and have slipped... Read the rest of the article »
European hopefuls Lazio will be keen on heaping more misery on a struggling Milan that have lost their last three league games.
Preview: The Biancocelesti will be going for all three points against a Rossoneri side devoid of confidence
Seven days. That is reportedly the amount of time new coach Clarence Seedorf has to salvage his already difficult career with his former side. After a seemingly bright start, he retired midfielder has lost seven out of his dozen games so far in charge--including both legs of the Champions... Read the rest of the article »
Despite seeming to make a mini-turnaround, the Rossoneri still continue to struggle under new coach Clarence Seedorf. Will he be given time to try to turn things around next season?
Stating that the 2013-2014 season is a rough time to be a Milan supporter would be merely an understatement.
After last season’s miraculous turnaround that saw the Rossoneri move from flirting to relegation to qualifying for the Champions League, fans could not be blamed for, well, thinking that the roller coaster ride had finally stopped and smoother sailing was on the horizon.
After... Read the rest of the article »
Parma will be looking to continue their charge for European football next season against a struggling Milan side.
Preview: Parma look to consolidate European football at expense of ragged and wounded Milan
What a difference a season can make.
Last year, Parma finished the league campaign in 10th place, all in all, a good showing for a club of its size with 49 points. Milan, on the other hand, completed their topsy-turvy season in third, with their 70 points just enough to earn Champions League football... Read the rest of the article »
Los Rojiblancos need just 90 minutes to secure their place in the next round. The Rossoneri have 90 minutes to salvage their European campaign. Who will prevail on Tuesday?
Preview: Los Rojiblancos host the Rossoneri in a make or break clash for both sides
It will be a tale of two polar opposites when Atletico Madrid host AC Milan on Tuesday evening in the second leg of their Champions League tie. The Rojiblancos have gone from strength to strength so far this season in both domestic and continental campaigns.
They have been keeping pace with the powerhouses... Read the rest of the article »