Milan have won less than half of their games in 2023 – the figures

By Isak Möller -

Stefano Pioli continues to have the support of AC Milan but the fans are right to question his position, especially if you take a look at the stats. In 2023, the Rossoneri have won less than half of their games in all competitions. 

Yesterday’s defeat against Udinese highlighted a very tough situation at Milan and certainly confirmed the crisis for the club. Pioli’s position, however, is not under scrutiny and he will have the chance to turn things around with the Rossoneri.

As highlighted by SportFace, Milan’s record in 2023 is rather dire: 45 games, 19 wins, 12 draws and 14 defeats. This means that Pioli’s men have won just 42% of their games since the start of the year, from the 2-1 win against Salernitana to the 1-0 loss yesterday.

It’s clear that something needs to change and it remains to be seen how much time Pioli will get to turn things around. He was heavily criticised last season as well and this campaign could be his last with the club.

For now, however, Pioli and his players are focused on the big clash against PSG on Tuesday. At least a draw is needed to keep the hopes of qualifying alive, more or less, but it will also depend on the result in the other game.

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  1. So we were a scudetto-winning team two seasons ago and a UCL semi-finalist one season ago. The man in charge, also a legend of the club, has been sacked. Now the club is dead last in its UCL group and struggling in Serie A. The club can’t fire the coach because they would look foolish after they supported him this summer. It looks like the club asking SM and similar websites to shut tf up was an attempt to calm down the fans about Pioli. Even if he’s fired, there is no fitting coach available. What a mess under the Jerry’s management in less than a year.

    1. Why would firing Pioli now make them look foolish after supporting him in the summer? As many here say, the dude won a scudetto, and so he must be good (again, as they say, not I). It stands to logic that after a lackluster season with mediocre players that the scudetto winning coach would get a squad overhaul and that that would result in a scudetto challenge, and now it’s clear that the coach was mediocre too. So then the next step is to overhaul the coach. Simple. The criticism of the ownership is stupid, since under them (and Elliot) we have returned to mattering in football again, and our finances are the best they’ve been since TWO THOUSAND AND SIX. Newcastle, with all their spending from PIF, the ownership some clowns wish we had, isn’t even in the European place right now. Why? Because a mediocre coach will not achieve results even with a good squad. “Eddie Howe” will be gone by the end of the year when Newcastle fail to reach the CL. We need a proper coach, not a guy who is a Europa League qualifier at best and was a second choice (remember Rangnick?).

  2. Italian media is just annoying because they’re the equivalent of Mourinho at this point. Just stuck in the past, unwilling to accept the game has evolved past the football of 2008, and too stubborn to change for the better. Pioli tried to back his tactics the other day, and was put on display yesterday for how non existent they are, yet he remains unwilling to adapt. There will be no chance of a trophy this year should things stay how they are. Either make him wise up and change, or find a new coach. Simple as that.

  3. I have been the biggest supporter of Stefano Pioli. We have to sack Pioli. He doesn’t know how to turn it around. Our attack is HORRIBLE. We are boring. We depend on a very average and overhyped player (Rafael Leao) for attacking. He thinks he is Ronaldinho. No. Leao is not even Mbappe, Jeremy Doku or even Anthony Gordon! They produce results. Leao has no results, only technique. You don’t spend so much money to play the football we do.

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