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Old 06-06-2016, 07:19   #1121
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June 5th 1955 – There was a record victory for AC Milan, as their greatest winning margin in an away fixture came in the 8-0 defeat of Genoa. Gunnar Nordahl led the way for the Rossoneri with a hat-trick.

Juan Schiaffino and Amleto Frignani both grabbed doubles in the rout, with the remaining strike coming through Nils Liedholm. The victory put Milan within a point of the Serie A title.
we had Schiaffino and Nordahl in the same team.....like the best players of their nations history.
like having in the same team today luis suarez and zlatan(and even better)ofc Liedhold is like patrick Vieira of his day


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Old 15-06-2016, 23:17   #1122
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Old 16-06-2016, 14:31   #1123
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Old 21-06-2016, 17:43   #1124
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Old 24-06-2016, 13:54   #1125
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boban back street boys band member???

remember having this in my room as a boy.first year of sheva


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Old 29-08-2016, 21:42   #1126
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19.03.1996 - Bordeaux vs Milan 3 - 0

Zidane in azione contrastato da Baggio e Desailly. La partita fině con la vittoria dei Girondini per 3-0, grazie alla doppietta di Dugarry e al gol di Tholot.
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Old 13-09-2016, 15:48   #1127
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can we have a team like that again?


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Old 14-09-2016, 16:59   #1128
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Good article



Whoever attended the Serie A fixture between once giants AC Milan and Udinese Calcio at the San Siro on Sunday afternoon will have taken note of a few things.
On the one hand, the ever splendid stadium and the sunny weather didn’t go unnoticed. On the other hand, an average team and an empty stadium capped off by a lack of support.
Because the passion, the real one, which used to characterise Milan and set it apart from other clubs in Italy in their heyday, has slowly but surely waned.
If it was already known that Milan no longer are the iconic squad with talismanic heroes from the 90’s or early 2000’s, nobody can now dispute the fact that more and more tifosi milanisti are walking away from their once beloved team.
The drop in attendances and the quietness of the mere 28000 fans on Sunday epitomize Milan"s demise.
The Curva Sud’s frosty relationship with the board has thickened instead of thawing.
The lack of transfer activity in the summer was the straw that broke the camel’s back. It has rubbed further salt in an already bleeding wound. Many players were monitored yet uncaptured. As always.
But apart from that, the sustain has gone. Whoever used to go to Milan games ten years ago like me couldn’t help but draw parallels between then and now.
Fans no longer encourage or sing the players’ name during the match. Apart from Donnarumma’s one of course.
His meteoric rise commands the respect of everyone.
When the speaker announced the team before the kick-off, most of the players’ names were met with derision and embarrassment instead of being roared.
Again with the exception of the prodigious goalkeeper, Bacca, Romagnoli and Bonaventura who were given a warm reception.
In addition, instead of buying the match kits of the current players, most of the Milan fans still wear jerseys from players of the past like Inzaghi, Kakŕ, Maldini, Ibrahimovic, Shevchenko, Baresi or Prince.
And how can one blame them?
Besides, these days the fewest get shirty over a missed shot or pass. The fewest whistle an underperforming player.
If ten years ago Clarence Seedorf wasn’t giving it his all by walking on the pitch, the members of the Curva Sud or Fossa dei Leoni didn’t hesitate to voice their discontent.
They’d tell him in no uncertain terms that they weren’t satisfied with his display. But now, they have given up. It is accepted that Montolivo or Abate don’t deliver.It’s normal when Abate fires a cross to the stands instead on Bacca or Adriano’s head.
It’s normal that Montolivo is wearing Baresi and Maldini’s captain armband.
No player apart from the above-cited 4 and the missing Niang turns on the supporters.
The shocking dip in membership and Jersey sales prove it.
When Udinese scored the winner two minutes from time, the goal didn’t send the stadium into a dark mood as it should have done.Neither would a late Milan winner have sent San Siro into raptures.
When Perica flicked in the winner i tifosi rossoneri shook their heads in dismay for a few seconds and left the stadium immediately afterwards.The reaction was one of “deja-vu”. Nothing new. We have already seen it many times.
The eight minutes of injury time the referee added on looked like an open training session. Apart from the twenty-two players and the stewards there weren’t many people present. The bulk of the fans was heading home.
Once upon a time fans never left the ground before the final whistle.Unless Milan were leading 4-0 they left a few minutes earlier in order to avoid the traffic congestion.And if Milan were trailing they'd give them all their support until the end.
But the alarming fact is that yesterday most of the faithfuls were not even disappointed or angry about the defeat.
“The only way we will play Champions League again is if they extend the number of Italian participants to eight teams”, some fans were saying in the wake of the 1-0 loss.
The mediocre squad, the confusion in the hierarchy, the shortage of incoming quality transfers, the poor treatment of former legends like Maldini and Ambrosini and the selection of former Inter Milan men Fassone and Mirabelli to build the new Milan made in China are unforgiving matter of facts.
It will take years and years for the old Via Novara to be packed with cars on match days.
Winning or losing no longer makes or breaks a day.Coming away with less than three points has become the norm.
It also makes no sense to get carried away after a (rare) win because no continuity will follow.Not much time will pass before the happiness will transform itself into despair again weeks later.
The atmosphere San Siro generates these days can be likened to the one in a funeral.Sadness reigns.Acceptance and resignation have taken over.
You cannot take the past back. You can shed a tear or two but it makes no sense to grieve.
If anything , accept what happened and move on.
The past is gone and the future is unpredictable.
While the present says that the once loyal fans’ love for the red and black colours is gone.
Milan, a side already deemed to be too weak to fight for silverware, are doomed to even more woes as the team will have to do with less and less fans in future.
The situation looks irreversible.And this is very alarming.
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Mattia Graffiedi, Roberto Colombo, Mirco Sadotti.
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Old 18-10-2016, 16:47   #1134
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While the adopted Catalan is obviously best associated with Ajax and Barcelona, he also made one unofficial appearance for AC Milan in 1981.

The Rossoneri were stuck in Serie B for the first time in their history but Silvio Berlusconi was determined to grow his media empire with a pre-season international club competition called the Mundialito broadcast on the businessman’s Canale 5.

All of the fixtures were held over the summer at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza and Ajax gave their permission for the great player to wear the Diavolo’s shirt in a friendly.

A 34-year-old Cruyff arrived to play one match in Italy agains Ajax’s great rivals Feyenoord who he would later join two years later.

The match ended 0-0 and the Netherlands international was removed at the start of the second half for Francesco Romano.

While it was not a vintage Cruyff performance, the Milan fans were happy enough to see a great represent their club on one occasion after previously crossing paths for the 1969 European Cup final where the Rossoneri beat Ajax 4-1.










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