Stefano Pioli celebrated his 100th game in charge of AC Milan yesterday with a win against Bologna. It wasn’t the most comfortable win despite the numerical superiority, but getting the three points is all that matters.
Since joining the Rossoneri, the manager has helped build a very good team and after nine games this season, they have 25 points. That’s a joint record after the first nine games: the same amount as they collected in the season of 1954/55.
It’s safe to say that Pioli has been very successful in charge of Milan, and his record is as follows. 56 wins, 25 draws and 19 defeats. That’s an average of 1.93 points per game, which is indeed good.
Stefano Pioli reached 100 games as #ACMilan head coach in all competitions in the win over Bologna. He has 56 wins, 25 draws and 19 defeats.
— MilanData📊 (@acmilandata) October 23, 2021
In the process, Milan have scored 202 goals and conceded 126. Some are saying that Pioli has 58 wins, but the official website confirms that it’s 56. That is because penalty shootouts count as a draw, as they go by the result after 120 minutes.