Watch: Fonseca greets journalists after landing in Milano – “Forza Milan”

By Isak Möller -

Paulo Fonseca landed in Milano earlier this morning and just a few minutes ago, at the time of writing, he left Malpensa Airport. Several journalists were present and were able to get a ‘Forza Milan’ out of the manager. 

Milan announced the appointment of Fonseca just over three weeks ago, but his arrival was always scheduled for the start of July. This morning, he landed at Malpensa Airport ahead of the first day of pre-season, which will take place on Monday.

Many journalists were present to capture the manager’s exit from the airport, before heading to the training ground Milanello. Fonseca posed for the cameras for a few seconds, said ‘Forza Milan’, and then got in the car.

The manager has a lot of work ahead of him and the first friendly is scheduled for July 20th, taking on Rapid Wien in Austria. In the first weeks of pre-season, the first team will work closely with Daniele Bonera and his Milan Futuro side.

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  1. Good luck PAL you’re going to need it and I’m hoping to completely wrong however can’t help but feel after over thirty years of watching and support what once was one of the greatest club sides in the history of football this season is going to be BAD REALLY BAD at a time when seria needs VAST IMPROVEMENT in its club side AC MILAN could very easily be the answer but due to ELLIOT RED BIRD this ain’t gonna happen any time soon and with 20 YEARS on the horizon since AC MILAN last won the UCL the most AMERICAN OH SORRY loyal of AC MILAN fans must be wondering if it will ever happen again.

    1. I honestly don’t ever think we will get back to that era. We continue to be run like a cash point rather then a football teams.

      The wealthy don’t want to purchase us and the greedy are attracted to us. It’s a lose lose situation

      1. Do you guys know how long it has taken the rich teams to build a UCL winning team? Take a look at PSG. They still haven’t won if when they had Messi, Neymar, and Mbappe on one team.

        I am no Redbird supporter, but honestly, the management has been pretty solid. They are doing what’s best for the club and protecting their investment.

        We haven’t signed a great player since we signed Ibra from Barca. Every single year, the team has added a quality player to the team.

        Meanwhile, their youth academy has so much potential and it is the right direction to invest in the youth and create a revenue generating academy. Look at Chelsea, they sell so much talent and it’s a cash cow for them.

        I have heard Gerry’s interviews, the guy has been around winning sports team for the majority of his career. He is doing the right things to get Milan to be a household name again. So they can be mentioned with Bayern and Real Madrid because that’s where they deserve to be.

        I am no fan of redbird because I want the best players too but honestly the expectations are ridiculous lol.

    2. Redbird? Maybe. But Elliot?

      If you really support us then you should’ve know that it’s Elliot that bring us put of Banter era.

      The one that bring us to banter era was mostly Yonghong Li, but Berlusconi also have some impact there.

  2. Many apologies I didn’t realise that I was under test conditions.

    Try putting the punctuation marks in yourself as I’m sure it will make sense to you.

  3. Some great points pal👍.

    On Chelsea and Psg if we spent the amount of money those clubs have would we still be in the UCL or indeed seria also would we be looking at a massive fine ?

    1. If we spend like these rich teams we will be burnt to crisp. That whole Chinese era is a perfect example.

      Tbh Calabria has been a good player for Milan but he can’t be the best our academy produces.

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