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Milan Redux: The Top 5 Returns

Over the years, we have witnessed many players leave Milan, only to return later in their careers. The intrigue of exploring new challenges across Europe’s most elite leagues offers excitement and perhaps more money, but the red and black remains more than just colours. 1,627 more words


Match Preview: Milan Play Host to Empoli

In this weekend’s Serie A fixture, Milan host Tuscan side, Empoli, at the San Siro.

After last week’s season opening defeat to Fiorentina, the Rossoneri will be looking to bounce back with a win to steer the ship back in the right direction, but it won’t be easy though. 1,076 more words

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Inside La Gazzetta dello Sport's Interview With Mario Balotelli

Earlier today, an exclusive tell-all interview on Milan’s Mario Balotelli was published for the world by La Gazzetta dello Sport. Andrea Di Caro interviewed the polarizing talent, covering the Italian’s first spell with the club, the… 1,653 more words


Bonaventura Must Compete For His Spot This Season

When Giacomo “Jack” Bonaventura arrived to Milan last season on the final day of the summer mercato, it was a joyous moment for all parties involved: the player, the club, and the fans. 879 more words


A Last Chance: Balotelli Given A Lifeline With Rossoneri

Mario Balotelli, after a miserable 2014-15 season back in the Premiership with Liverpool, has been given yet another chance, this time with the Rossoneri. A lifeline to save his career which is something we typically don’t say about a 25-year old with exceptional ability like his. 731 more words


Fiorentina 2-0 Milan: The Ugly, Bad and Good

On match day 1, Milan visited the Stadio Artemio Franchi to take on Fiorentina. Siniša Mihajlović went with a 4-3-1-2 formation, the plan of attack assumed would take the field. 805 more words


Predicted Serie A Table For 2015-16

The Serie A season kicks off tomorrow (or today depending where you live) and just like every year, fans and pundits have been discussing which clubs will finish where. 770 more words