Milan v Empoli Post-Match Comments

New Season! Same shit. I’ve been gone a while, and a lot of what I’ve been trying to do is contextualize just how bad. There’s not an answer yet to the extent of the damage, but the scars are clearly visible on Mijalovic’s side.

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Serie A Preview: AC Milan v. Empoli

Date: Saturday, August 29, 2015

Kickoff: 2:45 PM ET (USA) / 20:45 CET (ITA)

Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan, Italy

Starting the Serie A season away at Fiorentina was always going to be difficult, but since they went down to ten men early on it’s very hard still to have a good read on what this Milan team is and what it can potentially be. What it has to be is better than Empoli, who visit the San Siro this weekend. Read More

Serie A Preview: Fiorentina v. AC Milan

Date: Sunday, August 23, 2015

Kickoff: 2:45 PM ET (USA) / 20:45 CET (ITA)

Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence, Italy

Who’s ready for the new new new Milan? It’s been another eventful Summer for the Rossoneri on and off the field, but now we are ready to begin the 2015-2016 Serie A season! New manager, new players, new business partnerships (is that finalized yet?), new stadium (on the way, supposedly), and new hopes from the red and black faithful. I mean, at least a few of you have to be optimistic, right? Read More

Episode 5: Giancarlo Rosselli

Episode 4: Dino DeBlasio

Episode 3: Anthony Lopopolo

Episode 2: David Swan

Episode 1: Dave Lamb

Serie A Preview: Sassuolo v. AC Milan

Date: Sunday, May 17, 2015

Kickoff: 6:30 AM ET (USA) / 12:30 CET (ITA)

League Position: Milan (10), Sassuolo (16)

Mapei Stadium, Reggio Emilia, Italy

Sassuolo are safe and Milan are mid-table, so I think it’s fair to say the stakes are pretty low in this one. Still, some players will be looking to impress, either their current managers or another, and we owe Sassuolo some payback once again this season. Read More

Champions League Special: Allegri v Barcelona 2-0 @ San Siro

Here’s the 2013 recap of when AC Milan met Barcelona at San Siro with Max Allegri as manager. The second leg saw a massive collapse in which Milan were overturned, but the first leg stands today as one of Max Allegri’s finest tactical achievements as Milan manager. 

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