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2023-24 | Calcio | Milan | Serie A | Champions League | Coppa Italia

AC MILAN GAME BY GAME REVIEW

Twenty twenty three – New season with major personnel changes on and off the field and new opportunity to compete on all fronts. I aim to provide pre-game expectations and post-game evaluations. Thoughts. Observations. Analysis. The believable and the unbelievable. Post-game mental health can be severely hot and cold therefore sleeping on a result may provide further clarity down the road. Live long and Milan!

Bologna v Milan - 21 Aug, 19:45 - 0-2

Pregame Expectation

Opening day fixtures are a complete lottery which can defy logic, form and star quality. Hopefully Milan’s lacklustre preseason displays will not enter the fray at Stadio Renato Dall’Ara. Bologna, a team eternally graced with the fighting spirit of the late, great Siniša Mihajlović are not the friendliest Serie A week one opposition. The Rossoneri are favourably favourites on paper, however we have no idea which Milan will turnup from recent memory: bad, ugly or Pioli? The sans Paolo Maldini, Ricky Massara and Zlatan Ibrahimović era is under way. The pressure is squarely on the establishment thanks to the disrespectful mishandling of club and football DNA and the numerous parting gifts of Sandro Tonali. Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Tijjani Reijnders and Christian Pulisic are odds on to debut from the first minute with Samuel Chukwueze, Luka Romero and Noah Okafor expected to feature in the second half.

Postgame Evaluation

The rapid start by Bologna initially halted the Rossoneri’s superiority and on another day a clinical Bologna in the final phase would have challenged Milan for the points. Rafael Leão is no longer plan a, b and c. The potential and ability up top has put the league on notice. Any combination in the final third could be devastatingly delightful to witness and frighteningly impossible to contain. The Rossoneri could and should have killed the contest in the first half instead the old Milan came to the party for allowing the opposition to linger with the possibility of next goal shifts the momentum and possibly the match. Christian Pulisic is on a mission for redemption and Tijjani Reijnders could be the missing piece in the middle of the field and the find of the season.

milan v torino - 26 Aug, 19:45 - 4-1

Pregame Expectation

A sold-out Stadio Giuseppe Meazza will be expecting maximum points and a performance befitting the obvious billing of odds-on favourites. Torino traditionally thrive on the underdog status and will be out to prove they’re no pushovers by stifling Milan’s newly formed attack party in order to launch their own counter strikes to usurp the midfield and unsettle the back four. No changes are expected to the starting lineup however Yunus Musah and Luka Romero will be raring to accumulate minutes on the field and show their worth.

Postgame Evaluation

Evidently with each passing game, Christian Pulisic is showcasing why he was made for Milan. The oppositions penalty box is possibly Olivier Giroud’s personal Christmas tree and potentially every fixture could playout like Christmas morning. Health and durability could allow Giroud to surpass his personal best seasonal goal scoring tally. Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Tijjani Reijnders, Yunus Musah and Ismaël Bennacer could be the backbone of a great midfield for today and tomorrow.

roma v milan - 01 Sept, 19:45 - 1-2

Pregame Expectation

Stadio Olimpico will provide a thumping atmosphere mixed with visual splendour in the strands in aid to kickstart Roma’s season thanks to a somewhat dismal outing against unfavoured opponents. The Giallorossi simply cannot afford to fall any further behind this early into the season. Milan are likely to name an unchanged starting lineup for the third game in a row. Roma will be hoping Paulo Dybala manages to somehow pass a last-minute fitness test and Romelu Lukaku could make his debut to face the red side of Milan. I expect a close, cagey game however anything can and usually does occur when these two share the field. We could have literal fireworks and not just in the stands.

Postgame Evaluation

Milan obtained the points without much fuss and Fikayo Tomori who gifted the opposition with the door of opportunity to fight back on the night. The Rossoneri performed admirably without Tomori who really needs to cutout the recent trend of overcommitting and rash decision making. It wouldn’t be irresponsible to state the fact Milan were better after the dismissal. Did people forget Rafael Leão was still wearing the red and black of Milan? It won’t be long before Ruben Loftus-Cheek is back on the international scene. Ruben is surprising everyone but himself.

INTERNAZIONALE v milan - DERBY DELLA MADONNINA - 16 SEPT - 5-1

Pregame Expectation

Stadio Giuseppe Meazza will be graced with the most anticipated and potentially most competitive Derby della Madonnina in recent memory. Both Milanese teams are firing on all cylinders with three wins on the bounce. The Rossoneri have an unflattering and frankly embarrassing recent history with Internazionale. Thankfully the red half have recruited extremely diligently in the offseason to bolster the squad with strength, depth and increasing quality to narrow and potentially surpass the gulf in quality the blue half has enjoyed for an umpteenth period of time.

One enforced change for Milan, Simon Kjær will deputise for the injured Pierre Kalulu who in turn was set to replace the suspended Fikayo Tomori. The ill-timed international break will ensure a lottery in term of selecting a winner. The thousands of miles in-between the fixture could net a goalless draw, a close-knit affair or an unforeseen blow out. The team who adapts to the pressure of the moments will be odds on for the three points.

Postgame Evaluation

Internazionale masterfully demolished an abject Rossoneri and created history with a fifth successive Derby della Madonnina win. Milan clearly has an indisposition to the blue neighbours on the field and in the dugout. The red and black were one-dimensional, timid and as flat as Stefano Pioli’s tactical endeavours. The establishment obviously needs time and opportunity for the squad to gel and grow but is Stefano Pioli the right coach to take Milan to the next level? Going forward collectively, Milan will have to right the wrongs to ensure Derby della Madonnina scars are visibly and mentally left in the past.

Champions league group stage - Ac milan v newcastle - 19 sept, 17:45 - 0-0

Pregame Expectation

A distraction from the Derby della Madonnina capitulation couldn’t come soon enough for a side torn to shreds on the night. A positive reaction is a must however Newcastle will provide a unique set of challenges with a Milanista on-hand. Sandro Tonali will come face to face with the parting gifts his transfer manifested. Fikayo Tomori is expected to start along with Samuel Chukwueze and Yunus Musah. The Rossoneri have to maximise the initiative, defend cohesively across the board and mustn’t allow the visitors to control the tempo.

Postgame Evaluation

A positive reaction graced the field but without the goals and the points. Milan will wonder to wonder how the three points eluded them with the number of clearcut opportunities in the final third against an opposition clearly suffering from continental stage freight. The two points dropped at home could be the difference in the bid to qualify for the next round.

Milan vs Hellas Verona - 23 sept, 14:00 - 1-0

Pregame Expectation

Milan will pay tribute to the late Giovanni Lodetti, a midfielder who won it all with the red and black. The Rossoneri fandom will he hoping for the midweek performance to carry over with the addition of composure in the final third. Points are mandatory at home against Hellas Verona and premium for keeping in touch with the boisterous blue neighbours. Stefano Pioloi is under pressure to unlock a winning formula to ignite Milan on the field and a change in shape and formation is rumoured with Alessandro Florenzi and Yunus Musah set to start as wingbacks in conjunction with a back three and Marco Sportiello in goal for the injured Mike Maignan.

Postgame Evaluation

Unfortunately, the Milan v Hellas Verona fixture was not televised in the United Kingdom thanks to an outdated law implemented to encourage local stadium attendance across the nation. I will watch highlights and read match reports before evaluating. Davide Bartesaghi made his senior debut coming on to relieve Théo Hernandez in the 84th minute. The Rossoneri seem to be gun-shy in the final third and lackadaisical with regards to killing off the opposition, this has to be corrected for Milan to succeed for the long-term.

Cagliari vs Milan - 27 sept, 17:00 - 1-3

Pregame Expectation

Two consecutive clean sheets are a welcome sight however the lack of firepower in the final third is a cause for concern. Injuries and fatigue are mounting up therefore rotation is anticipated. Alessandro Florenzi, Yunus Musah and Yacine Aldi are favoured to start along with Christian Pulisic, Noah Okafor and Samuel Chukwueze. If required, Rafael Leão and Olivier Giroud will be on hand to make an appearance off the bench. Marco Sportiello will continue to deputise for the injured Mike Maignan.

Postgame Evaluation

Redemption for Yacine Aldi, deployed in an unfamiliar Andrea Pirlo role. Pacience, determination and hard work in the background can be a fruitful endeavour. Milan carved out more chances in the first half compared to the previous 180+ minutes on the field. Ruben Loftus-Cheek is on a personal mission to bulldoze back in the International Arena. The imposing box to box midfielder is finding his feet and adapting to Calcio like a knife through Mozzarella. The powers that be must continue to have faith in Davide Bartesaghi, the red and black do not need to import another fullback. Samuel Chukwueze, can you please attempt to dribble past your man instead of cutting-in repeatedly on-tap? The ability to beat your man on the outside is priceless. Just ask Rafael Leão.

milan vs lazio - 30 sept, 17:00 - 2-0

Pregame Expectation

A stuttering Le Aquile will provide a timely test post Derby della Madonnina blues. The Rossoneri are expected to revert back to the trident of Rafael Leão, Christian Pulisic and Olivier Giroud to provide ammunition in the final third. Mike Maignan is hopeful of safeguarding the back line. Yacine Adli will be rewarded with a third appearance on the bounce deputising for the injured Rade Krunić. Simon Kjær could provide respite for Malick Thiaw at centre-back. 

Postgame Evaluation

A confident performance against a dangerous opponent and potential Serie A rival will help build confidence for the upcoming challenges both home and abroad. Yunus Musah was very impressive from the moment he replaced the inform Ruben Loftus-Cheek in the 29th minute. Rafael Leão is playing with total freedom and without the burden of seasons past. The new signings have played a part to unshackle the pressure off the shoulders of Milan’s phenomenon. Moments of so-called sulking and negative body language are self-reflection and nothing more. Too much is published by penpushers and members of the fandom who’ve probably never graced a competitive field or arena. Self-reflection, good, bad or ugly is human nature.

Champions league group stage - dortmund v milan - 04 Oct, 20:00 0-0

Pregame Expectation

Points are the prime directive, three would be amazing and under normal circumstances a draw in Germany would be acceptable however the dropped points in the opening game has created a pressure vacuum. The Rossoneri have been drawn into a very challenging group with every single game crucial for second round qualification. Milan are expected to start the first team line-up with slight rotation in midfield. The impressive Yacine Adli needs a break therefore Yunus Musah and Tommaso Pobega are set to join Tijjani Reijnders in midfield. The red and black mustn’t underestimate Borussia Dortmund’s reputation and competitiveness on the field.

Postgame Evaluation

How this game remained goalless is a mystery, a boon for a case study. The two points thrown-away in Dortmund may well come back to haunt Milan who for the second Champions League game in a row failed to capitalise on the plentiful opportunities on the field. Lessons have to be learned and quicky, the continental stage is unapologetic and waits for nobody.

genoa vs milan - 7 Oct, 19:45 - 0-1

Pregame Expectation

Squad rotation is anticipated with the visit to Genoa on the back of the midweek trip to Germany. Local and national reports are indicating a new tandem in attack with Samuel Chukwueze, Luka Jovic and Noah Okafor. Alessandro Florenzi will deputise for Davide Calabria. The usual suspects will be on the bench, if needs must. The Rossoneri must be prepared and ready to battle mentally and physically, the Il Grifone are prime trap game material with Alberto Gilardino at the helm.

Postgame Evaluation

90’+14′ minutes, Halloween came early in Genoa. A combination of a wasteful Milan with Olivier Giroud in a green jersey and gloves somehow secured the three points. Apparently the calcio scriptures do have a sense of humour. Milan played with fire by not taking the chances to ice the game until Giroud stepped in to deputise for Mike Maignan. The latter was sent off for a dangerously wild tackle in the 90’+9′ minute of injury time. Giroud came alive late on to hold his nerve by rushing out successfully to knock the ball away from the opposition player bearing towards the penalty box and for being alert enough to recover the loose ball.

milan vs juventus - 22 Oct, 19:45 - 0-1

Pregame Expectation

The curse of the international break continues with Antonio Mirante deputising in-between the sticks, Samuel Chukwueze nursing a hamstring injury and Alessandro Florenzi as emergency left back due to Théo Hernandez’s latest suspension thanks to a totality of infuriatingly mind-bending yellow card infringements. Blatant arguments with officials and the opposition are not worth the trouble, the management needs to address the long-running issue with the player. Opportunities will be premium against the old lady and for that reason Milan will have to be clinical in the final third to unshackle a stingy defence. Juventus are likely to have both Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic available from the bench. 

Postgame Evaluation

Milan collectively were as flat as Sefano Pioli’s tactical endeavours or as some would shout from the rooftops as lack thereof. Malick Thiaw, what were you thinking? Tactically, I believe both teams were playing under the mantle of do not lose because both teams were awful from top to bottom and fittingly the winning goal was as ugly as the football conducted on and off the field.

Champions league group stage - PSG v milan - 25 Oct, 20:00 - 3-0

Pregame Expectation

On paper Milan face an uphill task in Paris however football is played on the field and any given gameday can be a lottery with PSG’s dismal outing against Newcastle a prime example. The Rossoneri will have to exude patience with and without possession and disciplined across the formation and the transitions. Mike Maignan, Théo Hernandez and Rade Krunić will start for the red and black.

Postgame Evaluation

Men against boys and not just on the sidelines. A painful night for Milanisti around the world and we have the return leg to look forward to, not. Nothing went right or worked for the red and black as PSG easily outplayed and outmanaged the away team on every level. On-field discipline is another ongoing concern, can we not succumb to silly yellow card offences entirely let alone in the very first minutes.

napoli vs milan - 29 Oct, 19:45 - 2-2

Pregame Expectation

Why does Sefano Pioli’s Milan routinely struggle and immensely, immediately after the international break? Goal scoring and composure in the final third is fast becoming a prolonged epidemic along with nauseatingly avoidable yellow card infringements. Depending on which Sefano Pioli and or Milan turns up, we could be in for a dull draw or a high scoring showpiece for Calcio and Serie A. Luka Romero is due a run out or three, but does he have the head coaches trust? Luka has the vision, creativity and the flair to help unlock a stagnant, one-dimensional Milan.

Postgame Evaluation

Injuries and more injuries. In the end the matchup at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona somehow ended-up a draw but you’d hardly call it dull on any playing field. Milan can and should have sealed the match before halftime. A shellshocked Napoli were ripe for a killing however as per norm the Rossoneri failed to capitalise on the rip-roaring ascendancy and momentum. Once again, we witnessed Sefano Pioli’s head scratching in-game management with untimely usage of substitutes and tactical adjustments. Davide Calabria, why didn’t you aim the potential last second, game winning goal-line header towards the far-post?

milan vs udinese - 04 nov, 19:45 - o-1

Pregame Expectation

A struggling Udinese who’ve failed to notch a league win all-season at home will provide a swift opportunity for Milan to right the recent wrongs and kickstart the season ahead. The Rossoneri will be forced to rotate in-light of injuries, fatigue and fixture congestion. A surprise or two is rumoured with regards to the starting line-up and a sellout crowd will unquestionably be expectant of points and performance.

Postgame Evaluation

Please come back Paolo Maldini. Milan = pass to Rafael Leão and hope for the best. A bewildering change of formation did nothing but hinder the players on the field. Individually and collectively the Rossoneri looked lost and played scared. Harsh or fair, the fandom and media will castigate the team and the coaching staff akin to walk the plank or last meal scenarios. In my opinion the performance against Juventus was poorer on so many levels.

Champions league group stage - milan v psg - 07 nov, 20:00 - 2-1

Pregame Expectation

The pressure for three points is beyond boiling due to the excruciatingly subpar form in recent weeks. Stefano Pioli could be on the cusp if we witness a repeat of the embarrassing display in Paris. Tijjani Reijnders must work on his composure in and around the penalty box, how many chances do you need? Tijjani should be the first to admit, he’s personally left points on the field with pivotal miscues in the final third. Théo Hernandez and Ruben Loftus-Cheek will be hoping to jolt Milan back to life. Where art thou Zlatan Ibrahimović?

Postgame Evaluation

Stefano Pioli and his cohorts responded to an ocean of critics in best plausible fashion with a truly remarkable performance to claim the three points and open up the group for endless possibilities including the probability of Milan toping the table. If you supply Olivier Giroud with opportunities, great things can happen akin to poetry in the penalty box. The subpar experience in the reverse fixture in Paris proved to be a rallying call on the day and hopefully a catalyst to turnaround the season ahead.

lecce vs milan - 11 nov, 14:00 - 2-2

Pregame Expectation

Consistency is a skill to be had. Stefano Pioli and his charges were charged-up for a monumental fight midweek against PSG, however can you do the same away to Lecce? The archaic law has struck again, I cannot watch live transmission in the United Kingdom entirely thanks to a frankly ridiculous law the English FA stubbornly fails to abolish. I will have to rely on televised replay, highlights and social platforms to report back in kind. Milan are expected to rotate slightly for the must win trip to Lecce. The Rossoneri mustn’t fall any further behind the race for the scudetto.

Postgame Evaluation

Shambles. Throwing away a two-game lead anywhere is inexcusable. In truth Milan were lucky to walk away from Stadio Via del mare with a solitary point. The nightmare right after a prestigious victory continues for Stefano Pioli and the like. The head scratching, nonsensical in-game management of Stefano Pioli was on full display with untimely substitutions and tactical blunders with positional deployment.

milan vs fiorentina - 25 nov, 19:45 - 1-0

Pregame Expectation

A truly must win for Milan in the midst of a litany of injuries at play and as a result, 15-year-old goalscoring sensation Francesco Camarda has been called up for the first-team squad. Calcio and club history could be made if Francesco features against Fiorentina. Luka Jović, Christian Pulisic and Samuel Chukwueze will spearhead the attack in the absence of the demon core of Rafael Leão, Olivier Giroud and the last-minute injury to Noah Okafor.

Postgame Evaluation

Mike Maignan is world class. How and why was Mike deputy for France? Samuel Chukwueze needs to do better with his first touch, distribution and taking on his man. Cutting in repeatedly is one-dimensional, telegraphed and tiresome to stomach on-tap. Samuel, please be more direct and use your pace. History was made, Francesco Camarda became the youngest debutant in Serie A, replacing Luka Jović late on. Francesco Camarda, a Milanista and the future.

Champions league group stage - milan v dortmund - 28 nov, 20:00 - 1-3

Pregame Expectation

Group F is a lottery whereby Milan could finish anywhere from top to bottom. For the most part, three points will secure knockout continental football for the Rossoneri. The outlier could be matchdays on Tuesday/Wednesday or Thursday. Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Olivier Giroud will be back to bolster the midfield and attacking departments. The pressure is squarely on Christian Pulisic and Samuel Chukwueze to step-up in Rafael Leão’s absence and create opportunities for the ageless marvel.

Postgame Evaluation

Shambolic. Poor man-marking, poor goalkeeping and poor in-game management from the sideline. I believe the game was lost the very moment Stefano Pioli deployed Rade Krunic to replace the injured Malick Thiaw at the cost of Alessandro Florenzi. Milan conceded two lazy goals immediately in the aftermath. Mike Maignan would be the first to admit he should have saved both goals, full stop. Samuel Chukwueze successfully dribbled past his man, scored a goal and disappeared from the contest. Davide Calabria should have stood his ground and forced Jamie Bynoe-Gittens wide, Davide did not need to force the tackle.

milan vs Frosinone - 02 dec, 19:45 - 3-1

Pregame Expectation

On the back of the midweek continental carnage, anything less than three points at home against Frosinone could be the last stand for Stefano Pioli. A shuffle in the back is expected with Davide Bartesaghi or Jan-Carlo Simic set to replace the injured Malick Thiaw. Luka Jovic will once again deputise for the suspended Olivier Giroud and long-term absentee, Ismaël Bennacer will be available from the bench. Time is of the essence; a performance is a must, and three points are a necessity.

Postgame Evaluation

Luka Romero deserves a chance or two. Luka can control the ball, pass and dribble. Samuel Chukwueze needs to keep it simple. Please use your skills against the opposition, not against yourself. It’s fast becoming a never-ending nightmare and flirting with footballing criminality. People have the mind to have a go at Rafael Leão. The substitutes should have been introduced earlier into the fray but for Pioli-ism.

atalanta vs Milan - 09 dec, 17:00 - 3-2

Pregame Expectation

The chasing pack of teams on the cusp of the elusive top-four are in the midst of indifferent form. Therefore, Milan must use the momentum from Frosinone and seize the opportunity to strap together victories beginning with the trip to La Dea. in order to solidify a foothold in the race for top four. Olivier Giroud and Ismaël Bennacer are back in contention from suspension and long-term injury but the implosion at the center back position shows no sign of an upturn or two. 

Postgame Evaluation

Poor defending and Pioli-ism. The back four let the team down. Why risk players in unnatural positions against high press and high-octane opposition? Needs must, you have defenders on the bench. Inexperience is not an excuse. Davide Calabria, you are the leader of the team. Samuel Chukwueze on current form is not good enough. How does a liability consistently command playtime is beyond footballing wisdom? Old habits die hard for Stefano Pioli. Please utilise your squad and give someone else a chance.

Champions league group stage - newcastle v milan - 13 dec, 20:00 - 1-2

Pregame Expectation

Sink or swim time for Milan’s continental aspirations. Nothing short of three points and other results falling in place will guarantee European football for the season ahead. Théo Hernandez will once again deputise at centre-back, and the red and black will welcome the availability of Rafael Leão for the would-be season defining trip to Tyneside. Milan or Newcastle could finish second (Knockout Round), third (Europa League) or fourth (Elimination) in group F with both requiring group winners Dortmund to defeat PSG.

Postgame Evaluation

A dreadful first half mixed with a sensational comeback in the second half secured Europa League qualification for the Rossoneri and deafened the typically, typical stereotypical English commentary deluding the airwaves. Newcastle took the lead in the first half with a world-class finish from Joelinton aided by a backtracking back-four and woefully absent midfield. Samuel Chukwueze with a solitary moment of class made-up for recent mishaps and the like with a beautiful finish born from a glorious counterattack late in the game to send Milan through to continental football on Thursdays.

milan vs Monza - 17 dec, 11:30 - 3-0

Pregame Expectation

Silvio Berlusconi will be watching from afar with Adriano Galliani and Zlatan Ibrahimović in the stands representing the teams on the field. The midweek heroics in Tyneside should provide a necessary foundation for Milan to supercharge efforts towards securing a top four finish in Serie A. Monza will provide a stern test and mustn’t be underestimated. The Lombardy neighbours seemingly have the ability to step-up against top calibre opposition. Rafael Leão and Oliver Giroud are available to bolster the play in the final third with Simon Kjær finally healthy enough to help shore up the defence.

Postgame Evaluation

Jan-Carlo Simic could be the future at centre-back. The injury nightmare continued with Tommaso Pobega and Noah Okafor between them managing to last less than a half. Jan-Carlo Simic was introduced early in the game to replace the stricken Pobega. The Primavera star looked comfortable, performed admirably and managed to claim a debut goal. Time will tell if the tifosi witnessed a turning point or is the Monza performance a one-off?

Salernitana vs Milan - 22 dec, 19:45 - 2-2

Pregame Expectation

Milan will be expectant of three points from the trip to Stadio Arechi in Salerno. The home team are struggling to maintain a Serie A future beyond the current season. Salernitana have managed a solitary win so far with 12 goals scored at the cost of conceding a league leading 34 goals in the process. Davide Calabria will return from suspension and Ismael Bennacer is rumoured to be the favourite to start in midfield alongside Tijjani Reijnders. No ifs, ands, or buts, the Rossoneri have to win at all costs.

Postgame Evaluation

Justified or not, #PioliOut will be doing the rounds on tap. Lack of cutting edge and lack of ideas on the field and on the sideline is the new norm. Results have to drastically improve, and consistency has to be achieved or a change at the helm is inevitable. Dropping points away to a monumentally struggling Salernitana is both comical and inexcusable. Let us not single out the most valuable asset, Rafael Leão can and must play better like everyone else however he cannot be blamed for glaring opportunities repeatedly squandered. Tactically at this moment the current Milan is pass the ball to Rafael Leão and hope for the best.

milan vs Sassuolo - 30 dec, 17:00 - 1-0

Pregame Expectation

Three points or goodbye Stefano Pioli. Sassuolo home or away are a genuine nemesis who loves to upset the odds and the form book. Domenico Berardi and company seemingly live for the opportunity to dethrone Milan. Theo Hernandez is anticipated to directly replace the injured Fikayo Tomori with Davide Calabria, Simon Kjaer and Alessandro Florenzi expected to slot into the back four. The familiar trident up top consisting of Christian Pulisic, Rafael Leão and Olivier Giroud will be looking to reignite a wounded Milan on the field and the sideline.

Postgame Evaluation

Three points and a clean sheet mixed with indifferent play including zero cutting-edge. Another failure in the long running saga of Stefano Pioli’s Milan not controlling the game and killing off the opposition in time of ascendancy and outright momentum. Rafael Leão should have the freedom of movement to move around and not just roam the left side of the field. Opponents are obviously loading up and crowding out space for Leão to operate.

milan vs Cagliari - Coppa Italia - 02 jan, 20:00 - 4-1

Pregame Expectation

Coppa Italia Round of 16 will provide Milan and Stefano Pioli with minimal respite before they face Cagliari at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. The pressure will be on the Rossoneri to progress to the next round in light of obvious financial and sporting aspirations and the heavily documented period of poor form. Squad rotation is anticipated across the team and post-match a few individuals will depart for the Africa Cup of Nations. The news circles are circulating the possibility of three primavera players starting from the first minute which will be a bold from Pioli who’s on the cusp of walking the plank if the red and black suffer additional setbacks.

Postgame Evaluation

I believe we will be witnessing further opportunities for the primavera tandem of Alex Jimenez, Jan-Carlo Simić, Chaka Traorè, Davide Bartesaghi and Kevin Zeroli because they are not performing like temporary additions but rather like they belong in the first team squad. Ignazio Abate and primavera coaching staff have to be commended for the increase in talent breaking through and contributing to the first team.

empoli vs milan - 07 jan, 11:30 - 0-3

Pregame Expectation

Turn of the year brings an influx of fixtures with Empoli away at Stadio Carlo Castellani. The unfavourable early kick-off time will provide a suitable test for a Milan side coming of two successive wins. The much-needed confidence boost will need to translate to a long run of maximum points to secure a top four finish and inevitably chase down Juve and Inter at the top of the table. Squad rotation is anticipated across the field to address the lengthy run of fixtures on the horizon and a prevention of injury and fatigue. Matteo Gabbia on his return to Milan will provide depth from the bench.

Postgame Evaluation

Impressive first half which the Rossoneri controlled entirely with ease, however for vast moments of the second half Empoli were afforded the opportunity to counter because Milan again failed to kill off the game. The primavera additions continue to impress with Alex Jimenez and Chaka Traorè enticing San Siro and the fandom to dream. The powers that be will have to carefully manage the youngsters but the talent and the potential to grow is undeniable. Going forward, Milan will have to monitor the situation and may need rethink about the policy of investing large funds to provide positional depth for the first team squad.  

milan vs atalanta - Coppa Italia - 10 jan, 20:00 - 1-2

Pregame Expectation

Coppa Italia Quarterfinal stage brings Atalanta to San Siro. Milan on the back of an upturn in form are favourites for the encounter against a high-octane opponent who can and will cause the Rossoneri issues on the field. Newly arrived Mattia Gabbia is set to start alongside the impressive Alex Jimenez and newly signed Filippo Terracciano will be available from the bench. Luka Jovic will need to continue with his goal scoring form and Rafael Leão will be under scrutiny to singlehandedly ensure the red and black progress to the next round.

Postgame Evaluation

Do conspiracy lovers have the ammunition to proclaim the possibility of Internazionale managing VAR? Unfortunately, the writing will be on the wall for Alex Jimenez for executing a well-timed tackle so flawless VAR failed to acknowledge the fact. VAR has the rules, time and the technology to not miss a beat! Milan once again failed to capitalise on the totality of the momentum in the first half along with a frustrating and abjectly flat performance in the second half. Stefano Pioli’s Milan continues to operate as a team of two halves.

milan vs roma - 14 jan, 19:45 - 3-1

Pregame Expectation

Points are mandatory for Milan with a crucial home game against a potential top four rival in Roma. The Rossoneri mustn’t reflect too much on the midweek opportunity missed in the Coppa Italia with Serie A points on the line against a resolute opponent on the field and the sideline. Mattia Gabbia and Simon Kjaer are expected to feature in central defence with Théo Hernandez and Davide Calabria rounding up the back four. Yacine Adli is also anticipated to start in midfield alongside Tijjani Reijnders and Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

Postgame Evaluation

The visitors were abysmal, outplayed from start to finish. Jose Mourinho will be looking over his shoulder in the coming days. The Rossoneri fans should change the lyrics to ‘Matteo Gabbia is on fire’. Yacine Adli opened his Milan account with a wonderful move and finish. Théo Hernandez combined impressively with Rafael Leão with Théo covering the field like roadrunner. Milan will be hoping the partnership once again blossoms for the long-term.

udinese vs milan - 20 jan, 19:45 - 2-3

Pregame Expectation

Milan will travel to Stadio Friuli for a tricky encounter against a plucky Udinese. The Rossoneri are reportedly looking to go with an unchanged starting lineup, favouring the likes of Mattia Gabbia and Yacine Adli. Udinese historically make life difficult for Milan regardless of form or locality. The red and black must win to separate the gap from the top-four chasing pack and apply some pressure on the league leaders. 

Postgame Evaluation

The home side will look back and wonder how they ended up losing the game. Matteo Gabbia anchored the Milan defence with a man of the match performance. Deserved or underserved will be debated like a merry-go-round however the Serie A table will indicate the addition of three points entirely thanks to a well taken 83rd minute equaliser by Luka Jovic and a 93rd minute winner from Noah Okofor. 

milan vs bologna - 27 jan, 19:45 - 2-2

Pregame Expectation

A tricky encounter awaits Milan at a sold-out San Siro against a surprisingly highflying Bologna under the tutelage of Thiago Motta and star man Joshua Zirkzee. Rumor mill has both the head coach and forward favourably and feverously linked to join Milan in the near future. The ongoing subplot will provide additional intrigue for the Rossoneri. 

Postgame Evaluation

Penalties gained amounts to two points dropped. Milan fought back well from squandering two penalties to hold the lead until an untimely challenge in the box rescued a point for Bologna. Replays will paint and picture where no challenge was required as the ball was heading out of bounds. Filippo Terracciano could and should have commanded the space and not interfered with the opponent.

frosinone vs milan - 03 feb, 17:00 - 2-3

Pregame Expectation

On the back of the points dropped at home against Bologna in the previous game the Rossoneri have zero choice but to chase the win at all costs. Milan will certainly have to turnup with the right mentality at Stadio Benito Stirpe to overcome a plucky Frosinone. 

Postgame Evaluation

Mike Maignan howler. The naysayers will be hoping Rafael Leão kickstarts the season ahead on a personal level and Luka Jovic continues to pave his way to a contract extension. Frosinone were too comfortable for too long however thankfully, and miraculously Stefano Pioli’s timely substitutes completely flipped the game in Milan’s favour. The fandom must wonder why Milan seem to routinely make life difficult on the field.

milAN vs NAPOLI - 11 feb, 19:45 - 1-0

Pregame Expectation

Milan will be hoping an uptick in recent form will stifle Walter Mazzarri’s stuttering Napoli clearly missing the unequivocal stewardship of Luciano Spalletti. The Serie A Champions have thus far struggled mightily to match the levels of the Scudetto winning season. Ismael Bennacer for Tijjani Reijnders is the expected solitary change to the starting lineup for the Rossoneri.

Postgame Evaluation

A glorious Rafael Leão assist in conjunction with an exquisite Théo Hernandez finish for the most part secured three crucial points and a clean sheet against the reigning Champions and perennial bogey team Napoli. Matteo Gabbia is on a personal mission to prove he’s not only the signing of Milan’s season let alone January but ultimately a Milan player for the longterm.

europa league playoff stage - milan v rennes - 15 feb, 20:00 - 3-0

Pregame Expectation

Milan’s adventure in Europa league beckons with a playoff round first leg at San Siro against an inform Rennes. The Rossoneri will be hoping domestic good form and positivity at the club will transition to the field. Rennes will provide a suitable opposition which Milan will have to delicately manage in-between the charge for the Scudetto.

Postgame Evaluation

Rafael Leão, Matteo Gabbia and company provided a sold out Stadio Giuseppe Meazza a standout performance against a Rennes side who simply failed to justify the pre-match hype. Milan could and probably should have ultimately secured the two-legged tie on the day by securing a greater lead.

monza vs milan - 18 feb, 19:45 - 4-2

Pregame Expectation

The Rossoneri mustn’t take the foot off the gas pedal towards securing second spot in Serie A and be in position should Internazionale drop the ball. Monza will face an uphill task facing a Milan buoyed by recent form and fashion. Rotation is anticipated with the return leg to Rennes on the horizon and according to reports Malick Thiaw, Yacine Adli, Noah Okafor and Luka Jovic could feature from the start.

Postgame Evaluation

To be expectant of turning up for victory is expectantly fool hardy. From the getgo Milan were as flat as the flat-earth theory and worryingly the red and black only started to compete once Luka Jovic induced red card misery for his coherts in the 52nd minute. Familiar faces on the field and in the stands watched on as Daniel Maldini and Lorenzo Colombo punished Milan late in the game to seal a deserved victory for Monza. Zlatan Ibrahimovic couldn’t believe what he was watching, and Adriano Galliani must have exhausted the range of emotions humanly possible.

europa league playoff stage - rennes v milan - 22 feb, 20:00 - 2-3

Pregame Expectation

Three goal lead from the first leg is not a guarantee for progression. Renne are under no illusions, the French side will have to fight tooth and nail to qualify for the next round. The Rossoneri will have to be up for a challenge and mustn’t sit back and take the easy road to advance. The red and black will have to meticulously manage the 90+ minutes.

Postgame Evaluation

A sloppy performance from start to finish was just about enough to secure the two-legged tie against a vigilant Rennes who almost pulled off a miraculous comeback. The home side will rue the abysmal showing in the first leg which in the end was too much to overturn. The Rossoneri faithful will be hoping the defeat is a valuable lesson learned and not repeated.

milan vs atlanta - 25 feb, 19:45 - 1-1

Pregame Expectation

Two lacklustre defeats on the bounce will provide extra pressure and opportunity for the Rossoneri to make right of recent mishaps on the field and the sideline. Atlanta and Charles De Ketelaere will be looking forward to making it a hattrick of wins for the season. Charles will be personally eager to showcase the stunning turnaround he’s achieved with La Dea.

Postgame Evaluation

A wonderful individual effort from Rafael Leão was not enough to secure the three points for the red and blank thanks to a combination of not seizing the momentum and a clownish moment in the penalty box from the opposition duly rewarded by the referee on the field and the designated VAR assistants. La Dea were gifted with an opportune opportunity from 12 yards.

lazio vs milan - 01 march, 19:45 - 0-1

Pregame Expectation

Yo-yo like form coupled with a difficult trip to Stadio Olimpico to face an ultra-unpredictable Lazio will only heighten the pressure on Stefano Pioli and the Milanese establishment. The top four chasing pack are making hay and lining up to take advantage of any slipups therefore Milan needs to secure qualification as soon as possible. The defensive reinforcements on the mend will hopefully help reinforce a vulnerable backline and ease the pressure on the midfield.

Postgame Evaluation

Collectively both sides were as dull as watching a stationary ball. The talking heads and highlight reels will spotlight the incidents which contributed to the mass brawl. Inept play and refereeing decisions are no excuse for unprofessional behaviour on the field. Attacking the opposition and the referee on conclusion of the game is unsportsmanlike. The players must control their emotions or leave the field. Lazio were lucky to receive just three red cards, the powers that be including VAR missed additional incidents of violent conduct.

europa League Round of 16 1st Leg - milan v Slavia Prague - 07 march, 20:00 - 4-2

Pregame Expectation

Slavia Prague mustn’t be underestimated on any day let alone Thursday. The Rossoneri are in the midst of choppy form and disillusioned play on the field. Stefano Pioli may well be banking on winning the Europa League to continue his employment beyond the summer however the reality is Milan’s form and style of play may also need to improve substantially to prolong the partnership.

Postgame Evaluation

Milan’s Europa league adventure may come unstuck if lacklustre performances continue. Higher calibre of opposition will take advantage of the Rossoneri’s inability to hold a lead, kill of the opposition or manage the game. Moments of mindboggling individually and collective defending continues to be a problem which threatens to undo the wonderful work in the final third.

milan vs empoli - 10 march, 19:45 - 1-0

Pregame Expectation

Milan has the opportunity to further solidify a top four finish along with the opportunity to not only swap positions with the old lady but maintain a small points advantage. Rafael Leão is suspended therefore the responsibility to unlock the opposition will be with Luka Jovic, Noah Okafor and Christian Pulisic. Fikayo Tomori and Malick Thiaw are expected to finally renew their partnership in central defence.

Postgame Evaluation

Three points and a clean sheet paired with uninspired and unimaginative brand of football. Why do Milan routinely struggle against inferior opposition and simply fail to manage the game? I don’t think the management could quantify the rationale. Rafael Leão naysayers, please observe and reobserve the games Leão is not featured in. A Rafael-less Milan is an average Milan. Thankfully the red and black possess the capable Christian Pulisic but for how long before bigwigs look to cash-in? 

europa League Round of 16 2nd Leg - Slavia Prague v milan - 14 march, 20:00 - 3-1

Pregame Expectation

Three wins on the bounce and a two-goal lead from San Siro should be enough for the red and black to manage the game sufficiently at Fortuna Arena without allowing a window of opportunity for Slavia Prague to dream the dream. Milan’s recent form will dictate a stuttering experience on and off the field. Milan certainly needs to adopt a more ruthless approach and or develop a killer instinct on the field and the sideline if they wish to progress to the summit.

Postgame Evaluation

Apparently, Milan can manage a game. Théo Hernandez, Rafael Leão and Christian Pulisic combined effectively to secure the tie. The powers that be will need to keep hold of the three standout pillars. If Noah Okafor, Samuel Chukwueze and company step-up to the mantle with burgeoning talent from the youth system, Milan will be in position to compete for domestic and continental competitions for the Longterm.

hellas verona vs milan - 17 march, 14:00 - 1-3

Pregame Expectation

Momentum and confidence are pivotal ingredients for Milan’s domestic and continental aspirations therefore the red and black mustn’t take the foot of the gas pedal in pursuit of Serie A and Europ League success. Thankfully the prolonged injury list is clearing up on the defensive front. The Rossoneri can finally benefit from full squad availability for the tricky matcup at Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi.

Postgame Evaluation

Théo Hernandez and Rafael Leão combined well throughout the game with Leão unfortunately leaving his shooting boots in Milan. The Christian Pulisic legend continues to grow, the USA international is firing on all cylinders.  A misunderstanding by the Verona coach resulted in an innocuous yellow card for Théo Hernandez’s goal celebration. Théo will be suspended for the trip to Stadio Artemio Franchi. The yellow card should have been rescinded by the match official and the Rossoneri cannot appeal. The powers will need to take a look at rulebook. 

fiorentina vs milan - 30 march, 19:45 - 1-2

Pregame Expectation

The mystical international break will provide the unknown factor for squads littered with internation callups. Form, fashion and rationale are reset therefore whichever team turns up and manages the game will walk away with the points. Stadio Artemio Franchi will ensure Fiorentina are slight favourites on paper and viola will also be reeling from the sudden passing of beloved club director and general manager Joe Barone.

Postgame Evaluation

Rafael Leão maximised a sublime counterattack pass from Reijnders with a clinical solo run and finish. Leão also provided an improvised assist for Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s sixth league goal of the season. Mike Maignan denied Andrea Belotti with multiple clutch-saves in a closely fought knit contest. Milan will be thankful to two outstanding individual performances paved the way for three points at Stadio Artemio Franchi. Tijjani Reijnders is blossoming and flashing the ability to function further up the field.

milan vs lecce - 6 april, 19:45 - 3-0

Pregame Expectation

A combination of the English Association’s archaic rule and the fixture list have combined to prevent live viewing of Milan v Lecce in the United Kingdom. I will therefore rely on highlights reels and analysis from fandoms and the like. Milan are on a mission with six wins on the bounce to nail down second spot in Serie A to enable a push for continental success.

Postgame Evaluation

Three points and a clean sheet. (More Coming Soon). 

europa League quarterfinal - milan v roma - 11 april, 20:00 - 0-1

Pregame Expectation

Daniele De Rossi has manufactured a sterling turnaround to revive his beloved Roma. The Giallorossi will provide a thorough test over both legs. Milan has the aspiration and the opportunity to go all the way but will have to be on top form against a much-improved domestic rival. Fikayo Tomori is suspended, and no further changes are expected with Milan set to proceed with a full squad of availability. Several players including Rafael Leão are a yellow card infringement away from missing the return leg in Rome.

Postgame Evaluation

Slow, pathetic and uninspiring from a Milan team with 7 consecutive wins. The substitutes were introduced too little too late and how did Ruben Loftus-Cheek stay on the field? Ruben was at fault for the goal, gave away possession all over the field including his own penalty box and made too many telegraphed runs towards Giroud. Ruben like Kessie before him is not a trequartista. I have no idea why Pioli thinks otherwise?

If my unqualified eyes can see the problems on the field throughout the contest, why can’t Stefano Pioli and his coaching staff? Can Mr Pioli take Milan to the next level? VAR should have the power to mediate when a clear and obvious mistake has been made. Lukaku was acres offside, the corner should not exist. The officiating crew also have to explain why the clear handball by Tammy Abraham was overlooked.

sassuolo vs milan - 14 april, 14:00 - 3-3

Pregame Expectation

Turning up at Mapei Stadium alone is an improvement on the pathetic midweek continental display. The pressure will be firmly felt by players on the field, fans in the stands and more importantly the coaching staff on the sideline. Rotation across the formation is expected with regards to Thursday’s pivotal fixture at Stadio Olimpico. Sassuolo without the injured Domenico Berardi will be eager for the opportunity to go toe-to-toe against Milan especially with recent history of punching up and squarely knocking out the Rossoneri. 

Postgame Evaluation

Unprofessional and unforgivable. The second half comeback mustn’t undo the massacre in the first forty-five. I believe this game perfectly sums up the totality of Stefano Pioli’s Milan. For too long we have witnessed on the field, a Milan entirely operating under the vacuum of reactive and not proactive. I have lost count of the number of times the Rossoneri are struggling and fail to react until the last ten minutes? Why does the penny drop so late in games and where is the in-game management? The ill-timed introduction of substitutes is another prolonged issue. 

europa League quarterfinal - roma v milan - 18 april, 20:00 - 2-1

Pregame Expectation

The foreseeable futures of Stefano Pioli and his coaching staff hinges entirely on the performance in Rome. However, for some corners of the fandom Europa League success should not prolong the employment of the current regime. Are the seasonal struggles against opposition of varying quality evidence enough for the decision makers to make a move at the most pivotal role? Milan is in position to overturn the first leg deficit and have the ability on hand to go all the way, but time will tell if the management can manage the moments within the moments on the field? 

Postgame Evaluation

Pioli flop chop. Weak and truly embarrassing. The current squad is the best group of individuals under Stefano Pioli’s tutelage. Milan had seven days to construct a gameplan for the encounter in the capital city. Did the management even prepare to save face? The players on the field and on the sidelines had zero passion and depressingly zero drive to flip the script. The difference in the end was Roma, Calcio and Azzurri legend, Daniele De Rossi.

milan v INTERNAZIONALE - DERBY DELLA MADONNINA - 22 april, 19:45 - 1-2

Pregame Expectation

The designated away team are night-and-day favourites for Derby della Madonnina. Three points will crown Internazionale as Campioni D’italia resulting in unsurmountable levels of pressure on the red half to prevent the noisy neighbours from claiming the Scudetto at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. Ruben Loftus-Cheek is expected to feature from the start however recently Ruben has been performing extremally poorly further up-field. Can anyone explain the continued inclusion and usage as a playmaker? Ruben was performing efficiently in the middle however a few goals in the bag like Franck Kessié before him and Stefano Pioli will reward you with a starting role as a trequartista. The same could be stated for Pioli’s usage of both fullbacks. In Stefano Pioli we cannot trust!

Postgame Evaluation

One, two, three. four, five and six Derby della Madonnina losses in a row. I’m sick and tired of Stefano Pioli’s (Pioli-ism) methodology aka sleep-inducing style of play entirely and totaly dependent on individual greatness or pass to Rafael Leão and hope for the best. Thew fact is Li Yonghong’s Milan were more competitive against the noisy neighbours in comparison. Need we say more?

juventus v milan - 27 april, 17:00 - 0-0

Pregame Expectation

The fixture at Allianz Stadium in Turin will be difficult to predict thanks to the home team’s yo-yo like bad-form and the continued ineptitude of Stefano Pioli and his charges. Milan have cohesively and collectively opened up a window of opportunity for second position in Serie A. No if’s or buts, the Rossoneri has to chase the win whilst overcoming an emergency of suspensions in defence and Ruben Loftus-Cheek functioning as Roberto Baggio under the tutelage of Stefano Pioli.

Postgame Evaluation

Shockingly the Rossoneri managed zero shots on target. Stefano Pioli continues to utilise; mindboggling starting lineups, questionable and untimely usage of substitutions and paint drying in-game tactics. Man of the match Marco Sportiello constructed a miracle to keep the old lady at bay. Juventus will forever wonder how they failed to score and ultimately failed to open up the race for second position with three points. The calcio world can see or disagree: Ruben Loftus-Cheek is not a poor man’s Clarence Seedorf or Ricardo Kaká.

milan v genoa - 05 may, 17:00 - 3-3

Pregame Expectation

Genoa in the midst of good form have secured Serie A safety and Alberto Gilardino and his cohorts will be up for spoiling the mood further at San Siro. Three points are crucial for Milan in the hunt to nail down second position. Injury has curtailed the Ruben Loftus-Cheek (number-ten) experiment. Thankfully a miracle has manifested in Stefano Pioli’s mind to use the trident of Rafael Leão, Christian Pulisic and Samuel Chukwueze in support of Olivier Giroud. This is the obvious, crying out loud combination Milan could and most probably should have utilised from the get-go. Christian Pulisic was born to function as a Trequartista.

Postgame Evaluation

Unimaginably routine defensive lapses mixed with untimely head scratching substitutions and kamikaze nature of coming back from the dead. The story of Stefano Pioli and Milan’s mindboggling season wrapped into ninety plus minutes of chaos from start to finish. Throughout the season, Fikayo Tomori has gone from the pillar in defence to a cumbersome wreck. Fikayo needs to rediscover his confidence on the field for the touch, composure and form to follow.

milan v cagliari - 11 may, 17:00 - 5-1

Pregame Expectation

Three points will all but secure second spot in Serie A partially thanks to the poor form from the old lady in Turin. Cagliari could be dangerous opponents for a Milan side who continue to struggle against unfancied opponents and currently suffering from up and down form. Claudio Ranieri’s Cagliari are battling to climb the ladder to safety in Serie A, therefore the red and black must be proactive and mustn’t sit back and wait for the action to start.

Postgame Evaluation

Where was this action-packed Milan idling? Stefano Pioli for once introduced substitutions in a timely manner. Rafael Leão, Christian Pulisic and Noah Okafor are the future. The powers that be must have the courage to build the team around the talented trio. Ismaël Bennacer is finding his feet once again after injury curtailed his campaign. The midfielder just required time on the field to regain confidence and form.

torino v milan - 18 may, 19:45

Pregame Expectation

Unofficially, officially the final away fixture for Stefano Pioli at Milan. Mass rotation is expected across the formation with local and national media reporting Rafael Leão will start from the bench for second game in a row. Fandom and media reactions are mixed ranging from; too little too late for bold statements to outrageous decision making for others. I believe Stefano Pioli has for too long operated a singular tactic of pass to Rafael Leão and hope for the best. 

Postgame Evaluation

Coming Soon.

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