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RE: Milan Management - ACMILAN1983 - 10-07-2015

So Gazzetta has put out excerpts on Silvio's new book where he discusses Milan. Here are a couple of articles of Football Italia:

I just found it laughable, it reeks of just blatant lies and propaganda.

RE: Milan Management - ACM2020 - 10-07-2015

Quote:Berlusconi: "I felt like a young Mussolini".

Was it not a controversial thing to say? Huh

Quote:Berlusconi: ‘Never dictated tactics’


RE: Milan Management - Stitch - 10-07-2015

(10-07-2015, 08:19 PM)xudong Wrote: Was it not a controversial thing to say? Huh


and then some people object when i call them fascists  Blush while i just compare them to our beloved president  Angel

RE: Milan Management - ACMILAN1983 - 10-08-2015

(10-07-2015, 08:19 PM)xudong Wrote: Was it not a controversial thing to say? Huh


It was and football italia picked up on it. Honestly, not quite sure what to make of the comment, Silvio probably thinks of it as a great pride.

RE: Milan Management - somedevil - 10-12-2015

Apparently Silvio has a set of conditions Miha must fulfill to save his job. If this is true then.. well none of us would be surprised actually.

RE: Milan Management - ACMILAN1983 - 10-12-2015

but, but....

RE: Milan Management - reza - 10-12-2015

Without a new owner and CEO we are midtable at best, there might be better seasons but they will be flukes.

RE: Milan Management - ACMILAN1983 - 10-13-2015

Pretty much the case reza, as you and JayCrisp have often said, this squad is limited and there's only so much it can do. I think this team realistically aim to challenge for a Europa League spot this year, CL was a hope and I think we're quickly seeing the limitations of the players. I also think that midtable is realistic, even if an underachievement, because there are clear issues with the management that are causing huge problems as you point out.

I have found the whole Honda problem really quite interesting and indicative of the problem. Fans aren't known for patience or to have reason, and usually if a player speaks out against a club the fans will turn against the player. Almost universally what we've seen after Honda's comments are the fans agree with him, at least on the concerns that this issue needs to be questioned at all levels.

The other thing is Honda felt the need to go public. I think this is indicative that he feels he can't raise these concerns internally. He's not normally been a player to cause great problems, I felt the comments appeared more out of frustration. Mihajlovic's reaction was interesting, commenting on Honda's nationality probably wasn't the wisest choice.

Moreso, the club looks like it will reprimand him. Not to say this is wrong, players shouldn't be talking in public about internal issues, but I wonder if he'll at least be heard and his concerns noted. I get the impression the result of this is he'll be punished and that's it, whereas the company should be looking into why the guy did this.

RE: Milan Management - somedevil - 10-13-2015

My word, How wonderful would it be if Galliani is banned from all footballing activity?

Also read this:- Genoa president Preziosi, Lazio president Lotito, AC Milan CEO Galliani & Infront's Bogarelli under investigation!

What a surprise? Now their good buddy TAvecchio will make sure its all swept under the rug.

RE: Milan Management - Mystik - 10-15-2015

Because we don't have enough stuff going on already...

Quote:Milan's lawyer claims in an official statement that the InFront scandal reports are violating the rights of the club's directors.

The Rossoneri are among the teams accused of having fixed account details and prices to favour Mediaset over Sky Sports in the most recent deal for broadcasting rights.

On from Genoa President Enrico Preziosi, who unleashed his fury at journalists, Milan lawyer Niccolo Ghedini, who represents President Silvio Berlusconi and joint-CEO Adriano Galliani, also accused Il Corriere della Sera.

“With a serious violation of the law, which will be persecuted in all courtrooms, today the Corriere della Sera published a recent telephone conversation between myself and Galliani whom I represent,” he wrote in a statement, published today on the club's official site.

“The publishing of the conversation of a defendant is forbidden by law.”

The extensive statement then goes on to disclaim any involvement by Milan in illicit operations, and to assure that legal action will be taken on this 'extremely serious episode that heavily damages the liberty and the constitutional rights of the defending parties'.