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View Poll Results: Who should replace Carlo Ancelotti as Milan coach if he leaves?
Marcello Lippi 38 39.18%
Marco Van Basten 12 12.37%
Frank Rijkaard 21 21.65%
Jose Mourinho 25 25.77%
Arsene Wenger 7 7.22%
Luciano Spalletti 10 10.31%
Fabio Capello 10 10.31%
Cesare Prandelli 10 10.31%
Guus Hiddink 8 8.25%
Roberto Donadoni 2 2.06%
Luiz Felipe Scolari 4 4.12%
Jurgen Klinsmann 6 6.19%
Felix Magath 1 1.03%
Other 5 5.15%
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Old 06-02-2006, 13:56   #41
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Channel4 mentioned that the next coach will be Van Basten..
Van Basten is crap,lets buy Hiddink or Mourinho .Kiding,i prefer hiddink
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Old 07-02-2006, 16:04   #42
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It's starting to look more and more certain that Donadoni will be taking over. I for one prefer him to some of the other options. He's done a great job with Livorno and has good relationships with S&G.
The resignation was probably just a prelude to him joining us. I'm assuming now that as soon as Milan slips up again, Ancelotti's time will be over. Donadoni probably resigned because he was so likely to take over the Milan job.
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Old 07-02-2006, 16:13   #43
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It's starting to look more and more certain that Donadoni will be taking over. I for one prefer him to some of the other options. He's done a great job with Livorno and has good relationships with S&G.
The resignation was probably just a prelude to him joining us. I'm assuming now that as soon as Milan slips up again, Ancelotti's time will be over. Donadoni probably resigned because he was so likely to take over the Milan job.

maybe,but i think van basten would be better
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Old 07-02-2006, 18:37   #44
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Frank Rijkaard..
He made Barcelona to play an exciting football.
And he played in Milan when he was a player.
I think he'll accept if we make an offer.
He's the best option.
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Old 08-02-2006, 00:49   #45
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I dont see Rijkaard moving from Barca

I guess it'll be between Donadoni and VAn BAsten and because MVB will be with the Dutch team in june (the period where the big changes are made) i think they'll decide for Donadoni. I f Van Basten makes a great World Cup i dont see why he should leave the national team
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Old 08-02-2006, 01:50   #46
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Frank Rijkaard..
He made Barcelona to play an exciting football.
And he played in Milan when he was a player.
I think he'll accept if we make an offer.
He's the best option.
Rijkaard just extended his contract and Barca are the best team in Europe right now. He's not going to drop all that and come over here.


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Old 08-02-2006, 02:39   #47
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Livorno, Italy (Sports Network) - Livorno head coach Roberto Donadoni resigned Tuesday after a year with the Serie A club.

The 42-year-old coach joined Livorno in January 2005, and helped bring the club out of the relegation zone during their first season back in the Serie A league.

This season, Donadoni has helped the team to a sixth place spot in league standings, with 38 points through 23 matches.

Carlo Mazzone will reportedly take over as the club's new coach.

Livorno travel to face Ascoli on Wednesday.

02/07 15:07:33 ET


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Old 08-02-2006, 02:41   #48
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Neither Hiddink nor Rijkaard nor Van Basten are coming to Milan, that's for sure!

Hiddink is coaching two sides, not likely for Milan to accept that.

Rijkaard is coaching which is probably the best team in the world right now.

Van Basten will coach his national side through the World Cup.

And by the way... Roberto Donadoni and Zdenek Zeman ( ) are both out of contract


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Old 08-02-2006, 09:53   #49
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Neither Hiddink nor Rijkaard nor Van Basten are coming to Milan, that's for sure!

Hiddink is coaching two sides, not likely for Milan to accept that.

Rijkaard is coaching which is probably the best team in the world right now.

Van Basten will coach his national side through the World Cup.

And by the way... Roberto Donadoni and Zdenek Zeman ( ) are both out of contract

Maybe Van Basten wants to coach Milan after the WC!?
But if not,my first choice is Zeman.
Lecce played great football under him.
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Old 08-02-2006, 10:02   #50
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Roberto Donadoni would be a good choice.
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Old 08-02-2006, 10:07   #51
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“You saw my rapport with Arrigo Sacchi in the 1990s – that is the same relationship I have with Carlo.”
Yes, we remember how 'good' Berslusconi's rapport with Sacchi was. What a liar! Look at Sacchi's achievements:
- 87/88 : Scudetto, 3rd round of UEFA Cup
- 88/89 : 3rd Place, Champions Cup Winner
- 89/90 : 2nd Place, Champions Cup Winner
- 90/91 : 2nd Place, Champions Cup 3rd Round

Sacchi created a Dream Team but despite all that, Berlusconi still sacked him (also added by the feud with MvBasten). So you think Berlusconi will think twice before letting Ancelotti go? Any fool can see that he's just trying to steer a leaking boat during a thunder storm to the nearest port and replace the boat captain.

All Berlusconi needs right now is an unsatisfactory comment from a prominent player (Sheva, Kaka or Maldini) that will serve as a final blow to Ancelotti's term in Milan.

As for MvB, IMO whether he will go to Milan depends on Dutch achivements during the WC. If he will guide them to the semis at least, I think he will stay. But any result below that will be enough ticket to make him stand at San Siro touchline next season with hands folded, sphinx-like concentration, repeatedly touching his chin and making countless mental notes.


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Old 09-02-2006, 10:20   #52
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After this season, it will be time for Carlo to leave our beautiful club.
We've should have let him go after Instanbul.

The coach is unable to keep the solidness in the team.

He was never my favourite coach, but he and his staff made beautiful things happen, but it's time for a change.

Donnadoni is an option, but I root for Marco vB, hope he will be knocked out of the world cup early so the path to milan will be free.

We will wait and see.

Forza Milan !
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Old 09-02-2006, 17:47   #53
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Maybe Sacchi will come back to Milan again !!!!

I think sometimes, Sacchi's tactics and his idea is excellent. But i don't know if he can deal with the relationship between the players.


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Old 10-02-2006, 09:53   #54
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Sacchi cannot coach anymore, as i read before, he has heart problems, he must stay out of the field.


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Old 10-02-2006, 10:55   #55
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Well there is many coaches now.
Donadoni – DelNerri
And now we can get Trapatoni.
Plz any1 but that looser.

If we wait till summer I would wanna Hiddink or VanBasten.
Trappatoni comes third.


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If we wait till summer I would wanna Hiddink or VanBasten.
Trappatoni comes third.
Add Rijkaard to that list and it would be perfect. But i think Hiddink would probably accept the England job and Rijkaard would probably stay at Barca for some time so that would mean we are left with Donadoni and Van Basten. I would prefer Van Basten but lets see


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Old 11-02-2006, 13:24   #57
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We need a confident manager 2 shut down G&B.
Maybe VanBasten is till young 4 that.
Lets let him have experience & we get him after a couple of years.

I think we need 2 go after Hiddink.
If not then Trappatoni is appealing.


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Old 11-02-2006, 13:27   #58
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Hiddink is fantastic , and he always won something .. but still first choise goes to Van Basten than Raijkard than Hiddink.. if none of them dont come .. than better leave Ancelotti where he is ..


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Old 11-02-2006, 18:40   #59
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Well there is many coaches now.
Donadoni – DelNerri
And now we can get Trapatoni.
Plz any1 but that looser.

If we wait till summer I would wanna Hiddink or VanBasten.
Trappatoni comes third.
Oh, Crappattoni u mean ?
2 words: ' Hell no '
Not even a considiration!


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Add Rijkaard to that list and it would be perfect. But i think Hiddink would probably accept the England job and Rijkaard would probably stay at Barca for some time so that would mean we are left with Donadoni and Van Basten. I would prefer Van Basten but lets see
I heard English players said they strictly want British manager to take over.


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