Nah he was really bad in Milan's last season. I still remember Milan fans laughing at Juve when they appointed him as their new manager. Even some Juve fans were really pissed about it thats how horrible his last season at Milan was. He took a team that finished 3rd to 11th spot before being firedHonestly he gave them their last glory and is a top manager. Much better than Gattuso, Giampaolo etc. Appoiting managers that had success in Empolis and what nots is not working.
Yes but they had no idea what the years to come would be like. In hindsight he's their best manager in past decade and gave them their last scudetto.Nah he was really bad in Milan's last season. I still remember Milan fans laughing at Juve when they appointed him as their new manager. Even some Juve fans were really pissed about it thats how horrible his last season at Milan was. He took a team that finished 3rd to 11th spot before being fired
When they last won the scudeto - Season 2010/11Yes but they had no idea what the years to come would be like. In hindsight he's their best manager in past decade and gave them their last scudetto.
They were fresh from the glory days from 2007ish, so they thought that Allegri was crap, but didn't know what was coming.
Zidane and Pep didn't do too badly. Gattuso was ok too imo. And Shevchenko is doing a good enough job that he'll get big clubs attention for sure so it's not just about being a Milan legend.Because he played at Milan? It will go down like Seedorf and Gattuso, teams need to get rid of this silly idea of hiring legendary ex-players.
Both had great players at their disposal. This Milan team on paper probably isn't even a top 6 teamZidane and Pep didn't do too badly. Gattuso was ok too imo. And Shevchenko is doing a good enough job that he'll get big clubs attention for sure so it's not just about being a Milan legend.
The best players in the world used to go to Italy and they would attract a large sum of them. Once that stopped happening, the TV deals stopped being so competitive comparatevly to the globe, and Milan's bad decision making got highlited more and more. Lack of stability too.
Yes because Italy is as competative as the Premier League...He was sacked for being 3pts from the relegation zone & only three wins in their first seven games. Our leader is 2pts of relegation zone & only two wins in eight, but seems in no danger at all. Different standards at other sides it seems.
He doesn't really have a long history of being good, he had a good statiscal season but that's about it. Most of these players are overhyped with at best 6 to 12 good months in their careers.I thought Piatek was good?He's certainly someone I would've had.
Is he not all that then?
They dont need to in order to be further up the table. Fiorentina, Atalanta and Cagliari didnt spend that eitherMilan's problem is money. They are not willing to spend more than 30m for players, so you are either buying Suso's and Castillejo's, or major gambles like Paqueta
Milan have posted a record loss of €145.9m for the 2018-19 financial year, dropping 6.1 per cent in terms of revenue, but the club is said to be unconcerned.
The documentation signed off by CEO Ivan Gazidis confirms the club ran at a loss of €145.9m, circa €20m worse off than the previous year.
This represents the biggest loss in Milan’s history, but the most worrying signs are the drop across the board of various revenue streams.
The revenue in total has fallen from €255.8m in 2017-18 to just €241.1m in 2018-19, a drop of 6.1 per cent.
Revenue from player sales, sponsors and ticket sales have all dropped, as the only climb is in TV rights from €109.3m to €113.8m.
Failing to sign a new contract with Telecom contributed to a €6.7m drop in revenue from sponsors.
Yet the cost of running the club has risen to €373m, an increase of 5.1 per cent from last season.
A very large amount of money was spent on players who were only on loan, namely €10.2m for Gonzalo Higuain for six months from Juventus and €2.9m to get Tiemoue Bakayoko from Chelsea for the season.
However, MilanNews.it claim sources within the club assured this is just a natural part of the restructuring process with Elliott Management taking over from Yonghong Li.