Sky journalist suggests Milan Ultras could protest in Genoa game: “They want clarity”

By Oliver Fisher -

Sky correspondent Peppe Di Stefano believes that the Curva Sud could stage a protest of sorts during Sunday’s game against Genoa at San Siro.

To describe the past few days surrounding AC Milan as chaotic would be an understatement, and it all started with the news that Julen Lopetegui was set to be appointed as the new head coach, taking Stefano Pioli’s place ahead of 2024-25.

That was met by a ‘#NOPEtegui’ campaign on social media, with a petition amassing thousands of signatures from like-minded supporters who believe so strongly that he is not the correct profile for Milan.

The Curva Sud did not make the short trip to Turin for the Juventus game on Saturday because of a ticket price protest, and they decided to make their feelings known in light of the situation that surrounds the club more generally with a statement that was packed full of punches.

Now, it seems that the management have performed a U-turn and are now not looking to hire Lopetegui, but that does not mean that the fans are finished showing their anger.

According to Peppe Di Stefano, the Ultras could even stage a protest in the next Serie A match against Genoa on Sunday.

“Ultras could remain silent or even protest because they want clarity on Milan’s future,” the journalist said (via Football Italia).

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  1. These people are so annoying. WHy don’t we just let them run the club, I’m sure they are all brilliant football minds.

    1. Well since they have been part of this club for way longer then Cardinale or anyone else from the american baseball gang, im sure they know something more about football.

    2. At the end of the day, it’s the fans that pay the bills.

      In addition, the negative backlash against Cardinale is growing across nearly all areas. From medical injuries, to stupid decisions (firing Maldini), to hiring fodder (like Reijnders). They have enough fires to put out right now, they don’t need more stirring up a hornets nest.

      Even companies across the world are beholden to their board of directors and ultimately the shareholders. Why would Milan be any different?

      PS. The other day I saw a story of a girl on tiktok who was complaining about orange juice prices and she loves OJ. She has orange trees on her property and the interviewer asked why not make your own. She claim the oranges from the trees need to be processed and she doesn’t know where to send them.

      —– This girl is likely the perfect match for you. Find her. Marry her. She’s on your level.

    3. No different than the rest of us here. Posting, protesting. Except they pay money to go support the team even when they play like dogsh!t. Whereas here there’s nothing but finger pointing and sips of hate-o-rade.

  2. They want clarity? Stop reading all the BS news lickclikbait and just wait for official signatures…

    Or does the club need to mansplain every single decision and run it pass them?

  3. Who does that by making a decision for milan management, the members knows the best coach for the team,but I salute their courage always,just let us be calm for our management too do their work,forza milan….

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