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Old 28-08-2018, 16:02   #21
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I dont agree that we went defensive after 2-0. We didnt go defensive ENOUGH. We should have took suso off and put caldara on after 2-0, subbed borini for laxalt sooner and parked the bus. Wasted time, hoofed it long, and became more harder to break down
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Old 28-08-2018, 16:29   #22
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Here is a tactical analysis of Milan vs Napoli. A nice collection.

https://mobile.twitter.com/Olla_Ales...99655127900160


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Old 30-08-2018, 14:35   #23
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Old 01-09-2018, 19:03   #24
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Compared to the game vs Napoli, I was much calmer during this game, except for a 15-20 minutes in the second half when Roma took over. Even if we'd lost I would have taken a lot of positives with me. Napoli was just a game to forget even though we scored twice vs a very good opponent.

The schedule will be better from now on and it will be interesting to see the team vs opponents who are on paper inferior to us.


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Old 01-09-2018, 19:22   #25
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Compared to the game vs Napoli, I was much calmer during this game, except for a 15-20 minutes in the second half when Roma took over. Even if we'd lost I would have taken a lot of positives with me. Napoli was just a game to forget even though we scored twice vs a very good opponent.

The schedule will be better from now on and it will be interesting to see the team vs opponents who are on paper inferior to us.
I'm interested too.

Hopefully, our much improved passing and control will help against teams that park the bus, and having a top class striker in Higuain certainly doesn't hurt.


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Old 03-09-2018, 22:38   #26
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A fan review on Milan vs Roma.

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Seven lessons we learned from Milan 2-1 Roma

Sep 3, 2018

What a game! The Rossoneri came out guns blazing, firing from all cylinders. The least result we deserved was a win especially with how tactically disciplined and attacking minded the team played. Regardless, the game seemed to be heading for a draw in the final minute of added time when a sublime piece of Higuain magic and a Cutrone finish put the game to bed for the Rossoneri.

It was a refreshing and thrilling win at San Siro and here are the 7 lessons we learned.

1. Continuity is key!

Please say that again. The entire starting eleven (aside from Higuain) played together for majority of last season. 10 players out of 11 continued from last season and the cohesion and understanding was inevitable. Higuain had no trouble slotting in and seemed to be somewhat of the missing jigsaw that’s now found in the Milan attacking puzzle. The way they played, you could tell this team has built an understanding which they followed up with from last season.


2. The team’s getting an identity

When Gattuso arrived to replace Montella last season, he wasn’t particular about playing good football. He wanted a more direct bombing football but it dawned on him that though Milan were getting the results, the team was boring and on a bad day, the team was an eyesore. Gattuso is trying to give this team a different Identity this season by enabling them build from the back and play beautiful football. Hence Donnarumma has begun to touch the ball more times with his leg than some players in the opposing teams. This is a good and welcome development as who knows? We could be the most exciting team in Serie A (especially with Maurizio Sarri gone) and it would be surprising to see that from a coach like Gattuso.


3. The bench makes the team look really good.

Nothing compares to a team with depth! Having Castillejo, Laxalt, Cutrone, Reina and Caldara on the bench made Milan look like waiting champions. When the game seemed to be heading for a draw, all three substitutes brought in from the bench injected life into the team and somehow, the winning goal was unavoidable.


4. Higuain raises the bar.

Higuain is an excellent professional. He looks out of this world and mostly plays like an alien. The way he combines with the midfield and his movement is unrivalled. It was a shame his goal was cancelled but his positioning was class. The way he even finished up that goal was a joy to behold. Then in the dying minutes, he produced a pass that can only emanate from a phenomenal number 10. A pass that got through 4 Roma defenders and straight to Cutrone’s feet to seal the win and the 3 points. Higuain has raised the bar. We’ll need him so much this season and we hope the team will raise their mentality to his. The last person to do this at Milan was Ibrahimović. It’s great to have someone like him again in Higuain.


5. Donnarumma still letting in cheap goals

Yes… the team is playing well but it’s a thing of worry that Donnarumma is still letting in cheap goals he’d usually save. His positioning was poor for Fazio’s goal, same for Zielinski’s second goal in the Napoli game. We really hope the coaches pay real attention to this and make him step up his game in subsequent matches.


6. The team learned so much from the Napoli game and stepped up!

It’s a fact that the 3-2 loss in Naples was a bitter pill to swallow, however, the boys went back to the drawing board, analyzed their mistakes and came into the Roma game to leave the stats shattered.

From Biglia who had a 98% pass success rate to Suso who had 5 shots on goal to the entire team who combined to deliver over 20 shots on goal and limit Roma to 4 shots on goal especially keeping all the opponents key men (Edin Džeko, Javier Pastore, Patrik Schick and Stephan El Sharaawy) quiet. The team learned a hard lesson in Naples and displayed it at the San Siro. Progress right?


7. Letting legends run the club brings its own Utopia

Maldini, Leonardo, Gattuso (and soon Kaka) are close to this team and it shows. It helps motivate the players and makes the job of instilling the Milan DNA into the players easier for Gattuso.

Milan is known for flair, resilience and brilliance. This management and the charisma brimming from each individual therein will make the boys give their all. We hope this season will be one to remember.


Conclusion

Gattuso deserves some accolades for his apt substitutions, Cutrone deserves Inzaghi’s boots and blessings for that poacher’s finish. Higuain deserves a round of applause for that pass and Biglia, Kessié, Musacchio and Rodriguez deserve salutations for stepping up their game. As we go ahead into the season, we can only hope for consistency and more wins.

Forza Milan!


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Old 04-09-2018, 00:07   #27
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Please can someone post the link to the full match... I really need to download and re-watch it..
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Old 04-09-2018, 02:01   #28
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Please can someone post the link to the full match... I really need to download and re-watch it..
1st Half
https://openload.co/f/HISYCGm67R8/MI..._1H_EN.mp4.mp4

2nd half
https://openload.co/f/LMSaMKIfV7M/MIL_V_ROM_2H_ENk.mp4

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https://www.fullmatchesandshows.com/

If there's no stream for the full game (on this homepage in general) you'll find it in the comment section


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Old 04-09-2018, 08:08   #29
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Overall I believe we controlled the game well except for the first 15-20 mins of the second half. I think the team as a whole is growing and learning and that includes Gattuso. He seems to me like a reactionary coach, kinda reminds me of Allegri in a way.

If things are going okay he kind of doesn't really try to change it. In the game it was painfully obvious that Roma's 3 in the back was a disaster for them and they would have to change in half-time, as they were getting beat in the middle and their wingbacks were being pushed back by hakan and suso. They changed to a back 4 brought an Elsha for pace and width and that really bothered us. Suddenly their lackluster press was effective and they equalized and were looking like they were gonna take the lead. I think Gattuso could have prepared the team tactically better for the changes roma were bound to make in the second half.

Overall though he made some brave substitutions that paid off. Bring on 2 pacey players in Samu and Laxalt was a brilliant move even though there was an obvious lack of cohesion and familiarity from them to the rest of the players. That is to be expected with new players in a new system and in Samus case a totally new league.

I liked what I saw from them both honestly and would definitely introduce laxalt into the starting 11 as he looked very solid defensively and got up and down well albeit against a tired roma team.
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Old 04-09-2018, 16:21   #30
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In-depth individual video analysis for Milan - Roma game in this tweet.

https://twitter.com/olla_alessandro/...693766144?s=21


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Old 05-09-2018, 01:18   #31
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Excellent analysis.

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Old 05-09-2018, 05:27   #32
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A fan review on Milan vs Roma.
Great review!

IMO it failed to adress Bonaventura in the last paraghrap. Jack also improved a lot last game both defensively and offensively as a central midfieler. He had some good games last season (combined with also poor performances) but I never saw him so effective. He is a more complete CM now.

Second conclusion IMO: we would have 'new players' in our starting line-up if Rodriguez and Biglia who were our starters last season along with Musacchio are able to fulfill their potential, at least like in the game vs Roma.

Now we wait Donarumma could regain his best form. I am still not convinced with his performances.


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Old 05-09-2018, 06:39   #33
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In-depth individual video analysis for Milan - Roma game in this tweet.

https://twitter.com/olla_alessandro/...693766144?s=21
really enjoyed the video that breaks down donnarummas positioning and role when in possession. imo anyone that wants him gone is missing the plot entirely. truly the fans need to have his back again and he'll preform like before.

biglia is far more important than most give credit, still hard to believe some here would prefer monto.


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Old 05-09-2018, 09:29   #34
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In-depth individual video analysis for Milan - Roma game in this tweet.

https://twitter.com/olla_alessandro/...693766144?s=21


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Old 05-09-2018, 19:51   #35
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In-depth individual video analysis for Milan - Roma game in this tweet.

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