I feel like gold kits never look right. Gold accents can work, but when we had that gold kit... I thought that was one of the ugliest kits we've ever had. Why did it have a pocket on the chest like it was my grandpa's pajamas?All yellow kit looks good, I would love that (or all gold or all black) for our third kit
LMAO I accidentally confused him with that ugly mofo TaarabtHes way better than diaz messias samu. We could have used him this season
As a rotational player on low wages hes great. Loves the club too
Looks too similar to PSG's home kit with different colors. Pass.I feel like gold kits never look right. Gold accents can work, but when we had that gold kit... I thought that was one of the ugliest kits we've ever had. Why did it have a pocket on the chest like it was my grandpa's pajamas?
This would be a badass third kit:
now your real argument is out. long term vs short term. not so much if possible at all.
3-4 years is long? to cook an egg, yes...not to build a team.
we're already about 3 years in this project and the progress has been great and will be even better in 3-4 years if it continues... there is absolutely nothing that'll stop us if we're committed to the model...we'll eventually have some ups and downs, but not more than those spending 70m a player
buying 60-70mil players doesn't mean CL 1/4 final straight away. but yes Buying fitting players using good scouting (using stats as you say) can guarantee it in the long term... which is what we are doing... and if you're doing that, then you can certainly find those 60-70m players before they become it...again, back to the real issue, long term v short term ... not player price.
this is somehow already answered in my first post
According to what was written by ********** (via SempreMilan.it) this morning, Investcorp could decide to give the Milan fans and Pioli a top-level Scudetto gift to begin the season in Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
The Serbia international is a real obsession of Paolo Maldini who had already tried to bring him to the Rossoneri in the past, and with the budget allocated by Investcorp an attempt will certainly be made.
Not only that, but this could be the right moment for Milinkovic-Savic make the big jump he has always been linked with by leaving Lazio to fight for trophies every season.
i was about to rebut with Luca Hernadez 80m Theo 20m, the 60m gap shows big on the field ...but i guess we have said all we had to say.Even long term it is hypothetical. Because no team has become big and stayed big without spending good amounts. Even Bayern paid big amounts for some players like Lucas Hernandez, Upamecano, Lucas Hernandez, Leroy Sane....etc. Plus Bayern dominate Bundesliga and get many top stars to wait out their contract and then sign them for free or a below market price. That's not happening in Serie A.
Your are hoping that Milan could be the the first team to become a top level European team and stay there using a transfer policy that isn't proven.
Plus you didn't answer why in your system should this kind of team hold on to every successful player once their value increases beyond a certain cutoff point. If it's so easy to get a 25-30 mil player and turn him into a 70 mil player why shouldn't Milan sell Leao for 70 mil, buy 2-3 players for that money and turn them into 70 mil players??
These days even a top talent like Leao or Vinicius costs 30-40 million and you have to wait 2-3 years for them to develop before they are making their teams win matches on a regular basis. So if you can get a ready player for 60 mil who starts doing really well straight away, then that's only 20-30 million more for not having to wait 2-3 years! Now if you are a top team like Real you can spend 30-40 mil on talents like Vinicius and Rodrygo and wait for them to develop because you already have good players in those positions. For a team that's not already strong it makes sense to get some ready players along with some talents.