Berlusconi names one thing Milan can improve to ‘achieve great results’

By Isak Möller -

AC Milan have enjoyed some good results lately and are still in the race for the Scudetto, especially since Inter drew their game against Napoli earlier this evening. Of course, there are still some things the Rossoneri can improve. 

The Rossoneri are currently just two points behind their city rivals (who have a game in hand) and that means they could temporarily move to first place with a win tomorrow. They will face Sampdoria at 12:30 CET and you can read our preview of the game here.

During a press conference after Monza’s win against SPAL earlier today, former Milan and current Monza owner Silvio Berlusconi shared some thoughts on the Rossoneri. The 85-year-old, of course, had some very successful years with the club.

“Regarding this Milan, I say that they should develop more effective and concrete attacking strategies, but it must be said that they aren’t bad currently. I see a Milan that plays well and if set up correctly, they will be able to achieve great results,” he said (via MilanNews).

The attack has been flying high for Milan lately but should be noted that Stefano Pioli’s men have indeed struggled to find the back of the net sometimes. In that sense, therefore, it’s not bad advice.

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Tags AC Milan Monza Silvio Berlusconi


  1. Really the biggest problem is not being able to get Leo and Rebic on the field at one time without sacrificing a striker. If we can get those PLUS Giroud or in the future a young powerful striker, that’ll really put us in a new stratosphere. After that, I’d say once we drop Kessie and allow Bennacer and Tonali to develop together, that’s going to really open up our ability to push the ball forward and dominate the midfield. Creating turn overs high up the pitch will really make our attack grow some fangs!

    1. Agree. But most important, our attack must be swift. If we take a long time to build an attack, our rivals will have all the time to cover up.

  2. Right now our current issue is our attack is lopsided to the left, offering nothing much from the right side. Saelemakers is a hardworking player, but he is not much of a threat going forward. Whereas Messias is okay as deputy, but still we would need to have an upgrade here as not to make the attack predictable.

  3. It doesn’t require a degree to realize Milan’s attack is too one dimensional since the RW is basically useless when attacking. Luckily there is an easy fix: get a RW with quality. Like Berardi.

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