Tag Archives: Allegri

Milan v Barcelona Post-Match Comments

Milan survived Barcelona on Tuesday night. I say survived, but some would point out that both sides had gold-edged opportunities to put bag the winner, but to be honest, neither side put forth a performance worthy of three points. A draw is the right result, and it’s to be expected in the umpteenth meeting of these two storied clubs in the 3rd year running of sharing a group pot.

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Milan v Barcelona Post-Match Comments

Milan met Barcelona on Wednesday with the same formation that Barcelona have mastered, a 4-3-3. This was the Rossoneri’s most used formation throughout the season so far (not to mention their most successful) however, the formation required significant tweaking from manager Max Allegri, who was more than up to the task.

What was it that made Milan successful and Barcelona unsuccessful? Defense, really. Barcelona’s was sloppy and they made several individual errors at the back, whereas Milan were more organized than they’ve been at any other point under Allegri’s reign, and were clinical with their finishing.

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Allegri’s Anthem

When Max Allegri heard about this new site flying his famous catchphrase on its banner, the magnanimous Milan manager reached out to us with a hot exclusive sure to attract new readers.

Turns out, with speculation about his job flying earlier this year and most likely more to come at the end, S. Allegri has had to have backup plans ready.

Medieval Count is no longer a lucrative option so should he finally get the sack, it seems Max intends to focus on his second love: music.

And so in honor of the new site (and, of course, to interest any talent agents out there) we are proud to present Max Allegri’s very first single! Enjoy!

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Sampdoria v Milan Post-Match Comments [Jan 13 2013]

Sunday’s match day saw Milan travel to Genoa to play a team that had already taken 3 points at San Siro from them in Matchday 1: Sampdoria. Samp had just turned the corner on their three game losing streak by drawing Juventus, and it seemed that Milan took extra care going forward for that reason.

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