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So Balo is coming back here... its his last chance and although I'm not a fan of him I think this can actually be a good deal. Pay less than half of his wage, and a better back up striker than Matri lol
But seriously... we need a god damn midfielder wtf is taking the board so long. Bertolacci is fine (wasn't worth 25m to begin with but whatever, he is young and he can get better.. and Italian), but thats not going to take us back to the Top 3. We need Witsel and Soriano!
And we should keep Nocerino, better keeping him then releasing him, he's a good squad player.
Defense.. hopefully Ely gets a chance again after his ban, I'm looking forward to this young Italian partnership.
Very strange decision from Mihaijovic after Ely's sending off...
We weren't able to connect the ball to our strikers even with 11men, yet he chose to remove Honda who was the only one besides Bonaventura connecting the midfield with the strikers.
Leaving both Bacca and Adriano and playing 4-3-2 is going to haunt us tonight. Bertolacci hasn't been that good so far in this first half imo, he hasn't tracked back properly which is leading to our defense being exposed by just one pass.
I just hope we can come back somehow..!
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I agree. The team lost cohesion without Honda.
In spite of result I think this season it's a different Milan. The team shows a more hungry and determined attitude.
Roma, Napoli and Juve all underachieved and Inter had a last grasp winner, so many had a bad start
Dreamfooty question - Is Jérémy Ménez going to be a regular this season? Based on the stat from last season, he seems like a bargain at 5 million.
Its a toss up, he might start playing in the trequartista spot or even as a second striker, but afaik Bacca/Adriano/Honda seem to be ahead of him. Also worth noting that 8 of his 16 goals were pks and he'll probably won't be the first choice anymore. Honda might be the better choice at 5m since he's playing in his preferred position and looked good in the CI match yesterday with a goal & assist
The new stadium is going ahead, that's great news, no?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ud9kZoEjZ0A
Well, greetings again fellow Milanistas. Been a while since I've been here. Any how, I am here to talk a little bit about the current situation we are unfortunately facing.

- The Martinez and Kondogbia fallen deals:
This is the first time I am touching that subject, mainly because I was to broken to talk about it before.
There is no denying that AC Milan is not was it used to be (Two midtable finishes in a row) and not as charming, so, in order to be able to compete for players signatures, we need to spend big, one example is the alleged over payment for Kondogbia, a player like him, eventhough he is very good, is worth at most 25 + bonuses, we as well as Inter offered around 40+ in total. (Eventhough we lost to Inter and it really shatters me that we did)
My point in that is, if we want to compete with other teams, we have to overpay for big name players, and bringing big names players to the team will not only make us play better, but, as well as, make us a lot more attractive.
In one hypothetical situation, say, we managed to get Zlatan to play for us, his name alone will make our team a lot more attractive.

Talking about money though, we still did not get any money from Mr.Bee, according to reports, all the money Galliani is offering is from Silvio Berlusconi, after he sold shares of Mediaset (http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-02-12/berlusconi-s-holding-sells-7-8-of-tv-broadcaster-mediaset)
and Galliani has been given a budget worth around 60-70m. Meaning, Mr.Bee's investment did not come through (yet?), one thing to be optimistic about is that the deal with Mr.Bee did not finish yet, reports suggested that the deal was going to take around 8 weeks, approximately, until the end of June, so I am looking forward to get the investment money, but, I am afraid that the deal might not go through. (I really hope it does, being big spenders would mean a lot to the fans)

Right, eventhough we missed out of Jackson and Kondogbia, we should not give up, there is many players out there right now that would be good signigns, for example, Axel Witsel, Zlatan (I really want him back), Bertolacci, and Bacca. These are names we are linked to right now, I would like all of them to be with Milan next season, unlikely, but maybe.



All I am trying to say is, I, along side all Milan fans should be optimistic, and more importantly, patient. We won't be the same old Milan in the next few season, but when we will (and we will), it would feel very good and worth the long wait.

And as always, FORZA MILAN!
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This transfer market reminds me of waiting for MR.X
do you think that AC milan will get some decent players this transfermakret, and that they can compete for scudetto next season??
Very good news that we are finally signing a top striker like J. Martinez, LETS HOPE THE DREAM DOESNT END THERE!
Unfortunately Berlu wants to get three quality strikers. However we still lack quality midfielders, and that is the source of our poor form. Poor defensive cover in midfield has exposed our defense to various attacks. If i were Milan, I would not go for three strikers (as they would not solve the whole problem). Along with J. Martinez (this team will need to build a strong base, or a back bone as many would call it), we know its not realistic to build a whole new team in one transfer market, but 4 to 5 quality players are MUCH needed to start the revolution.

1) J. Martinez
2) Defensive Midfielder to replace De Jong like Kondogbia, Victor Wanyama, William Carvalho. Hell I don't even mind getting Alex Song since his price tag is around 11 million (although I am not a big fan)/ but prices for these sort of players are almost always escalated.
3) Attacking Midfielder - going for the likes of Oscar, De Bruyn and Eriksen may be expensive, but our midfield is too slow with building up play, and even slower when transitioning from defense to attack on the counter. A trequartista would help a lot in this area. ( I personally believe that this is the main position we have been lacking in, since the departure of Kaka to Madrid.
4) Central Midfielder - A quality player to fill the void left by Muntari, Essien and Van Ginkel(even when they were playing!). Cabaye is looking for a way out from PSG, I would not mind having him on loan with an option to buy. He is slow but his passing is excellent. Other options such as Valdifiore, Bertolacci, Jordi Clasie and Naingolan (players we have already been previously linked with).
5) We will need a reliable left back. This position is not urgently required as De Sciglio/Antonelli could cover for the upcoming season, since we are not playing in Europe this year. However, ever since stars like Maldini/Kaladze/Serginho have left we have been lacking in this position and I really hope we can get the likes of Alaba, Bernat and/or Ricardo Rodriguez although it sounds unrealistic.
But lets dream since it sounds that Berlusconi is finally willing to pay up for the first time in years
This is a sad time to be a milan supporter.

Either we keep on going on our bad track without any success or we end up getting some success but on what cost.

The team will end up being a sellout if they really do get taken over by rich investors from outside. We end up being like monacco, psg, manchester city, chelsea and get the same respect as those. Whatever hqppens now, milan is losing their identity.

.I will stay milan suuporter ofc, but a sad one who will always miss the old days. My football interest is dieing with what direction I see this sport going anyway
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I understand the frustration that you feel. Milan has a mighty and prestigious history that many clubs would envy. That identity will never change. If Milan gets bought out, I don't think it will change the identity.

I've been a supporter of Milan for years, but not so much for Berlusconi. His corrupt behavior over the years has been an embarrassment to the club, but his money has sure helped in the success. I see no difference in another wealthy investor taking over the club.

Keep your head up and support the club for its legends such as Maldini, Nesta, Gullit and so on. Also don't forget that a new investor can inject life for future legends. A rich investor may change the financial landscape, but it will never erase prestige.
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Northgreen, buddy its quite naturaal how you feel, we all feel the same, but sometimes you just have to be patient. Milan did beat Roma, but I hope for more consistency next season. Hope we can spend good in the transfer window and can rebuild the squad. :D Cheers!! Forza Milan!!
Lets be honest here, Milan lost their big club name because of your current ownership, be glad that you don't have to be associated with a scum like Berlusconi from this point on. Now as for people who talk smack about clubs with rich owners, honestly its just jealously and hate that your club can spend money on big players. Milan's history will never dissapper and a change in ownership won't change the identity of the club.
"Milan lost their big club name because of your current ownership, be glad that you don't have to be associated with a scum like Berlusconi from this point on."

Um... excuse me? Think you need a history check because 1) Berlusconi took over Milan right when they were at the brink of bankruptcy, and prior were bouncing between Serie A & B and 2) his investments gave Milan the international recognition it currently has. Even in its sorry state of the last 3 years, everyone still knows who Milan is so don't think the "big club name" has gone anywhere...

I know I'm in the minority here, but I appreciate everything & more that Berlusconi and Galliani has done. No, I'm not going to deny that Galliani has become senile and that Berlu's financial struggles are bothering me, but if Berlu manages to remain owner while somehow finding financial investors, I'm all for it. Mr. Bee isn't nor ever was the right guy so I'm hoping Berlu will find them. Whatever his personal life has made of him, I appreciate Berlu as owner of my club.

As for "clubs with rich owners" hate, I have nothing against the likes of Chelsea, City, PSG & Monaco as I can only imagine the happiness of being a fan of those teams for so long and now having your team relevant on the global scale. But there's no denying that a change in ownership, especially to one of Qatari or any oil-rich nation's ownership, will change the identity of the club. I'm willing to bet that kids following football today wouldn't know that PSG were already among the most supported in France way before their takeover, but they're probably only known as that oil-money, overspending, FFP-breaking French club that bandwagoners follow
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Finally a win.. that also against Roma!
But whats most important is, that we actually played as a team.

FFS I was so annoyed with this Milan side ending up being so dependent on Menez's selfish individual skills. I've always been saying this but Milan functions better and more as a team without Menez!

I'm serious here, we should sell Menez for a good price while we can. Build the team with team players like Honda, Bonaventura, and Suso. Heck, I'd keep Destro and Pazzini too if they would reduce their wage demands. Van Ginkel and Suso also seem to flourish if the team actually plays as a team.. Although Van Ginkel still needs LOTS to improve, but he has shown his good sides once the team actually functions as a team.
Milan should start off with a 4-2-3-1 or 4-3-3 with a true CF next season.. hopefully keeping DeJong too.
anyhow, SELL MENEZ we gave him lots of goals, he should be worth atleast 15m!
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ColonelBX, I agree with you. Although Menez is the top scorer, team cohesion isn't the best with him on the pitch. I think the management knows this and it will be addressed for next season.
The only thing good about the derby was Suso. Menez is extremely lazy. Also an decent game for Menez and Antonelli. But far less movement off the ball and limited forward pass is the downfall this season for Milan. We have to change the overall tactic to improve. Inzaghi is too much defensive in his approach.


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