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    Serie A AC Milan vs Roma AS

    Milan - Roma

    Stadio Meazza

    This could well be remembered as the game before Carlo Ancelotti and Luciano Spalletti traded places. While all the smart money is on Ancelotti moving to Chelsea this summer, don’t rule out a switch to Roma.

    Carletto recently made public his desire to train the Giallorossi, which is something he has never said of the Blues. Factor in his history with Roma and we have a surprising if not unforeseen change of Coach in the offing.

    Milan are almost certainly interested in Spalletti, but like Juventus, they are worried about how much it would cost them. Would a straight swap for Ancelotti not be a reasonable solution, allowing both teams to get a trainer capable of taking them to the next level?

    Back on the pitch, Milan come into this game in a richer vein of form than Roma, despite their 2-1 defeat away to Udinese on Saturday. The Rossoneri have won seven of their last 10 games, scoring 23 goals in the process and conceding just five, realising six clean sheets.

    In Kaka, Alexandre Pato and Pippo Inzaghi, Milan have an attacking trident that has produced 43 goals this season. Having said that, the Rossoneri have gone two games without a victory and host a Roma side that is unbeaten in its last three games.

    The Giallorossi are still without Doni and Juan, though, making them seriously vulnerable at the back. Roma have conceded an astonishing 57 goals this season, giving them the fourth worst defence in Serie A.

    Considering Milan have the League’s best attack and along with Fiorentina have more victories at home than any other team this season, the prognosis for Roma looks bad.

    Keep an eye on: Francesco Totti (Roma) – The 32-year-old talisman has endured a humbling season. He has suffered several niggling injuries and watched his team show a distinct lack of competitiveness. That said, Totti has still done the business when it has mattered, scoring 11 goals in 20 starts for Roma this season.

    Last season: Milan 1-0 Roma

    Form guide: Milan (W W W D L) Roma (W L D D W)

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    Milan (probable): Dida; Zambrotta, Maldini, Senderos, Jankulovski; Flamini, Pirlo, Ambrosini; Seedorf; Kaka, Pato

    Roma (probable): Artur; Motta, Mexes, Panucci, Riise; Taddei, Brighi, Perrotta; Pizarro; Vucinic, Totti

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    Just finish as close to Inter as possible. It will help us next season if we close the gap on Inter this season.
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    If we lose this game, we'll finish fourth....

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    halfway first half, still 0-0!
    I've stopped watching, we are extremely poor!!! we need big changes in the summer!!!!
    Forza Milan

    ALLEGRI OUT

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    Roma in front.....
    We are a slow pathetic team with a coach who has run out of ideas about two years ago.... No Seedorf...no problem... Pilro can screw up... Carlo, Seedorf and Pirlo must leave ASAP!!!
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    This team has no ambition.... If our players and coach will alow Maldini to finish his career with a loss at San Siro then I have nothing else to add........
    in un mese hai perso moglie,tifosi e kakà,papi vendi la società

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    its a joke mate, roma are quicker and more fluid tha us, there is so much stagnant deadwood in our squad

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    I started watching again a minute before roma scored the 1-0. PATHETIC first half!! Like we've seen so many the last 3 years. This team does not show any passion or motivation at all.
    Forza Milan

    ALLEGRI OUT

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