AC Milan will still be backed by a bumper crowd at San Siro despite their struggles to begin the new calendar year, according to a report.
Milan have had a very difficult start to 2023 as they are currently seven games in a row without a win in all competitions and they have lost their last four games, including two against their city rivals Inter.
That has seen three objectives for the season vanish as the Scudetto race already seems to have been won by Napoli, the Supercoppa Italiana ended in defeat and the Rossoneri were knocked out of the Coppa Italia by 10-man Torino
As Corriere della Sera (via MilanNews) report today, Milan will pass a combined one million fans for the season during the home game against Torino tomorrow night, a milestone that will be passed thanks to the 65,000 fans who will gather tomorrow evening in the cold to cheer on the team again.
We’re still have objective in the damn champions league and UCL spot still reachable. But winning seems to be the hardest word yesterday.
It was approximately 70 000 fans in serie a. Now will be 60 000
So it is obvious that fans stopped watching this.
If results continue we know what next will be.
No free meal for anyone and neither for Elliott cardinale logic.
65000 to be exact and it’s raining & very cold outside so those 5000 fans probably watch from their home.