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    Quote Originally Posted by Filipez View Post
    Uefa cup it will be, but i wouldnt be surprised if we ended with no european football.
    AC Milan announce they are now closed for the summer holidays - back in September (probably).

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    There are no words how to describe my feelings right now. We are dead, vanished.

    Berlu needs to shake Gallianis head so he can wake up. And I love Carlo for all that he has done but we cannot continue like this, it's time to go. Mourinho maybe can give us the boost we need to finish fourth, or fifth...

    I doubt though, and all we will hear is complaining on the referee and that we played very good.

    Beyond pathetic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathiasv View Post
    There are no words how to describe my feelings right now. We are dead, vanished.

    Berlu needs to shake Gallianis head so he can wake up. And I love Carlo for all that he has done but we cannot continue like this, it's time to go. Mourinho maybe can give us the boost we need to finish fourth, or fifth...

    I doubt though, and all we will hear is complaining on the referee and that we played very good.

    Beyond pathetic...
    The season is over. I'll go to Milan to watch the derby - I've already booked the flights - but I'm not following the Milan games anymore this season. Fiorentina, despite their defeat today, deserve the Champions league. UEFA Cup, no UEFA cup, doesn't make any difference to me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dario View Post
    The season is over. I'll go to Milan to watch the derby - I've already booked the flights - but I'm not following the Milan games anymore this season. Fiorentina, despite their defeat today, deserve the Champions league. UEFA Cup, no UEFA cup, doesn't make any difference to me....
    Let's not forget that even Udinese could get fourth, meanwhile we will struggle to even get mickey mouse(uefa cup) football next season! Still, as galliani would have it, we are fine as we are
    FORZA MILAN

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    hmmm how wos san siro today?

    does the stadium still stand?

    cheers
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    Yesterday I was angry when I was posting all this cursing and aggressive type of posts targeted for Berluspony and Gaylliani. Today, we know why.


    As an unbiased person we actually don't deserve to be in the top 4 of Serie A. Our team does not merit playing in the UCL next season.

    I have a very very stong suspicion since long that our management simply does not want to compete in the UCL for next season because they are utterly obsessed with Inter. Inter winning their third Scudetto in a row means that they are breathing down our neck and therefore Milan will need to react to control the tide and keep the advantage over Inter.


    The whole bloody world revolves around Inter. That's a sad state of affairs. I would love it for Inter to win the Scudetto this season and Liverpool to win the UCL even though it may not end up like this. That way there will be a double crunch on the league and European front for Milan. This is what this stupid management deserves.


    Nothing will be solved unless things change from the very top. If you ask me, Berluspony and Gaylliani's time is up as well with the old guard. They are living in history too. We need a fresh approach from the very top because these punks are hell bent on making things from bad to worse.

    It seems that the UCL is moving away by every game. Filli was recently suggesting that we could win our last 8 games if we play right! Well, 1 down, 7 to go now.


    It is utterly despicable that there seems to be no focus for the Summer transfers at all on our midfield which is showing signs of not being as potent as it used to be. It's not the best midfield in the world now. Arsenal already showed that. We will continue to get owned in that area when we face quality opposition. If the midfield is weak, the team will be in trouble. Here we are trying to fix the striker area and the defence. This weak midfield needs to be fixed for things to work out positively.

    The strikers can not make mazy runs from the midfield and then end up scoring. It won't happen. Maybe twice in a season but it won't happen with regularity.

    Our midfield is weak nowadays. It lacks urgency and it lacks potency. I wanted to slap Pirlo today. Was he playing a game of football or was he being forced to take a stroll in a park? It seemed like he was half-arsed to take the penalty! Disappointing.

    The neanderthal is now showing how useless he is without the energy levels. As age takes over, he is showing signs that he can't cover the pitch anymore. That's a bad sign because now he gets owned in these small games in addition to the usual choke jobs in the big games.

    The midfield won't be fixed and we will be where we are next season. Then come January the mangement will rush around trying to get what we can.

    These miserly fvcks have taken us down the drain already. It's not PREVENTIVE MEASURES anymore. We are in DAMAGE CONTROL territory now and the way things are, even that might be rendered useless.

    Atalanta could've done a lot more damage than they did today. It's abysmal to see that teams come to the San Siro now with clear intent of defeating us!!! Not drawing the game but defeating us and they are succeeding with consummate ease.

    Here's a good idea. Let's all blame the refs ffs. After all it was because of the ref that we lost!!


    Bright points: Paloschi, Pato, Ambrosini & Seedorf.


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    and there we go:

    MILAN - Adriano Galliani took a clear and tough position after the defeat to Atalanta. According to the Delegate Administrator the match was decided by a number of evident refereeing mistakes:

    "The match was completely decided by the referee, the poor first half was our problem, but the three consecutive mistakes made by Brighi were fatal. One penalised us, two favored Atalanta. Unfortunately it's pointless to complain, because then they tell us everything's fine. Floccari's foul on Oddo on the first goal was incredible, Seedorf's goal was valid. It's also incredible how the linesman next to Langella didn't notice the player was keeping Clarence onside. And then of course Ambrosini's goal was regular. Unfortunately once again we lost at home."
    Forza Milan

    ALLEGRI OUT

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    I wish gayliani would just fvck off, what a total pr1ck he is! We shouldn't have to resort to excuses to cover a pitiful display against a relatively poor Atalanta side. We should be owning teams like that. I wonder if baldy has had any more 'sleepless' nights over our extremely poor form? If he has then I hope it's his guilty conscience catching up with him

    And Haroon, how can you say Seedorf was a bright point today? IMO he was absolutely terrible. Only bright point for me was Paloschi and yet again he had to come when we were 2-0 down and give a superman performance. I bet he's on the bench next saturday as well because carlo is a total plank!
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