• Khedira:"Real Madrid will bounce back against Manchester City"
  • Emanuelson "all hell will break loose" if Milan fail to beat Anderlecht
  • Girard: I want Montpellier fans to give Arsenal players hell
  • Manchester United is the most valuable club in sport by Forbes Magazine with a value of £1.43billion
  • Barcelona have reportedly offered €60m for Brazilian starlet Neymar
  • Luuk De Jong signs 5 years contract with Borussia,M'Gladbach will pay €15 M to Dutch side
  • Manchester City and Barcelona are interested in Falcao who might cost them more than €40 million
  • Guardiola agent rubbishes Russia links
  • David Beckham Suspended by MLS Committee
  • Thiago Silva, Hulk make Brazil's Olympic squad
  • Robin van Persie to Juventus?‎
  • Diego Forlan signs with Internacional
  • Tottenham Hotspur Could Be Set For £200m Investment
  • Luis Van Gaal is the coach of the Netherlands national team
  • Man United & Man City On red alert as Inter Milan admit that Sneijder sale is a possibility
  • Inter captured Handanovic and Matias Silvestre
  • Bayern offers €25 million for Martinez

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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Announcement !!!

Milan's form at the beginning of the season is not something for us to be proud of, but knowing the fact that Milan is undergoing a tough and difficult rebuilding process, patience from the management all the way to fans should be the key ingredient that could and will lead Milan back on the glory track. A rebuilding process is not an easy process, plus next season UEFA's financial fair play will "kick in" and Milan is thinking one step ahead of other big spending teams. I'm not saying I'm satisfied with Milan's actual form, but it wasn't far away from what I've expected. 13 players left the team and about 7 new players joined the team, so in order this to work out it might take time for players to adapt each other, and Milan's game plan as well as Milano's lifestyle. 
I don't expect Milan's actual team to fight for a higher spot than 3rd place, achieving this goal and securing Champions League spot for next season could be as far as this Milan team could go, unless of course new quality players don't arrive during winter transfer window. 
What should be taken as a note is also Milan's drastic overall team age drop, given the fact that Milan was on top 3 last year as the oldest team in Seria A, Galliani and Co. did a great job investing in youth, and bringing the average Milan players age somewhere at 25.4 years.
Every wave has its peek, its top, but also has the rock bottom, Milan is being rebuild, Milan once adopt new UEFA financial fair play laws, will be back on winning track, it just takes patience and sticking near our team, in good and bad times.

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