Mihajlovic feeling the pressure


AC Milan recently suffered a 0-2 defeat after playing against Sassuolo and this loss has brought forward a string of big consequences to the Serbian manager Sinisa Mihajlovic who is being rumored on being sacked.

Sinisa Mihajlovic

Eusebio Di Francesco and Marcello Lippi are some of the managers that are being linked with the coaching position of AC Milan as they can turn into replacements for Mihajlovic but the 47 year old manager has stepped up and shut down those sacking rumors which have been emerging recently.

"I have a contract with Milan and I think we are laying the foundations for a successful future for Milan. I'm sorry that it's taken just one defeat to raise all these rumors about my future yet again. I'm here with a clear conscience and I will carry on with my head held high. I'm sorry, and I say it again, that just one defeat has revived these rumors, but there are two things in this world that I have always had and they are balls and my word, and I have still got both of them." AC Milan’s Sinisa Mihajlovic stated.

Sinisa Mihajlovic talked during a conference and he said that it’s not in his plans to leave AC Milan anytime soon, as he just wants to focus on his next game and continue their charge for a European spot that will allow the Italian team to compete in either the Champions League or the Europa League for the upcoming season.

The odds of him being the manager of AC Milan in September 2016 are as short as one of the favourites in the Derby at StanJames, at odds as low as 5/8.

Since the arrival of Sinisa Mihajlovic to AC Milan, he has helped solved some of the weakness that the Italian club has been displaying in the past few season and if rumors are indeed true and the head officials of AC Milan are indeed thinking about Mihajlovic it will be a huge blow for them as the players of the team will have to start from zero.

AC Milan would have to go through another rebuilding system which is just going to slow down the reconstruction process that Mihajlovic has already initiated and a new manager isn’t the solution.