Seedorf Expected To Leave

It is widely speculated that AC Milan are about to part company with manager Clarence Seedorf, who has failed to deliver European football to the team. Seedorf was appointed as the replacement for Massimiliano Allegri midway through the last campaign. Allegri was sacked due to poor results, which put the club’s immediate future in European football in major doubt. Despite this appointment, the former Milan midfielder failed to turn the fortunes of the club. They finished in a disappointing place outside the top six, which will mean no form of European football season.

Seedorf Unfazed By Roma Defeat

AC Milan manager Clarence Seedorf has stated that he has no problems with the defeat suffered against Roma, but he is now already looking forward to the Milan derby next week. AC Milan’s five match winning run came to an end after they suffered a 2-0 defeat against Roma. Unlike in previous years, this Roma team have been brilliant this campaign. They would have won the league title had it not been for Juventus. Roma have won 13 out of the 14 matches prior to this encounter. Due to this incredible record, they are set to return to Champions League in the coming season.


Antonio Nocerino’s stay with Ac.Milan was characterized by the Italian midfielder having to spend more time on the sidelines of the squad than on the actual playing grounds which is one of the main reasons on why he was offloaded to West Ham United on January, as he was transferred to the Premier League club on a loan deal which will last until the end of the current season.


The much anticipated revival at AC Milan after the arrival of Clarence Seedorf has not materialised as the club lost their 10th league match of the season after a 1-0 defeat against Udinese during the weekend.

Seedorf rested a number of key players for this match in the hope of keeping them fresh for the midweek Champions League encounter against Atletico Madrid. The likes of Kaka and Mario Balotelli were not available from the start. The move hurt the club immensely after they looked devoid of quality when compared with the Udinese team.


The 19 years old French forward of AC Milan, M’Baye Niang has been sentenced to a suspended 18 month jail sentence after hitting several cars and crashing into a tree with his Ferrari. Some of the players that were involved with the incident filed civil complaints as they were slightly injured because of what the young player caused.


Massimiliano Allegri and the transfer guru Adriano Galliani will do whatever is possible in this transfer window to try and help Ac.Milam enjoy a better half of the season contrary to the initial stages of the season.

Keisuke Honda was signed even before the January transfer window was opened and other players are in the list of Ac.Milan as they can use just about any help they can get to not only finish in the higher spots of the Serie A but also in their Champions League campaign as Ac.Milan has to face off against Atletico Madrid in February.

Not Easy to be the coach of AC Milan

Carlo Ancelottil, the former coach of AC Milan, told that being a chief coach at AC Milan is not that easy job. Ancelottil, who is now coaching Real Madrid, spent 8 years as in charge the Milan club before leaving for English giant Chelsea in the year 2009.


AC Milan managed to beat Celtic 2-0 in the opening Champions League group match at the San Siro. They are in one of the toughest groups this season, as the likes of Barcelona and Ajax form the other teams.


AC Milan recently brought in their former star Kaka on a free transfer from Real Madrid after having sold him only four years ago for € 63 million.

Kaka was allowed to leave AC Milan back in 2009 due to the severe financial problems faced by the club. Since the departure from the San Siro, Kaka has not been the same player.


AC Milan are set to make a decision on their manager Massimiliano Allegri's future in the next few days and the manager himself as chosen to remain tightlipped about the situation. AC Milan have had a rollercoaster of the season as they made one of the worst starts in their history.


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