Can Stefano Pioli take AC Milan where Marco Giampaolo couldn't? | Serie A

Marco Giampaolo is out as AC Milan manager after losing four of the club’s first seven matches in the 2019-20 Serie A season. ESPN FC’s Gab Marcotti breaks down how Giampaolo became the shortest-serving Milan manager ever and explains how his likely replacement, former Inter Milan and Fiorentina manager Stefano Pioli, can help the Rossoneri fulfill their top-four ambitions this season.

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24 thoughts on “Can Stefano Pioli take AC Milan where Marco Giampaolo couldn't? | Serie A

  1. THERE'S A PRPBLEM IN THE MIND OF PLAYERS. AND THERE'S ANOTHER LITTLE PROBLEM. ELLIOTT IS NOT PRESENT NEAR TO THE PLAYERS!! AC MILAN after REAL MADRID is the second most successful football club in the world….but after Berlusconi there's a problem with the propriety. It's not enough buy young players…..AC MILAN has need old strong players like IBRA.

  2. Juve, Inter and Napoli are guaranteed top 3 and it's a battle between the Rome teams for top 4. Sadly I don't see Milan returning to their home competition anytime soon with the lack of direction from the boardroom.

  3. This team lacks personality, and not bc of age: the older guys (Suso and Çalhanoğlu for example) are the worst personality wise, while the best is Donnarumma who is the younger player of the squad.
    Giampaolo didn't have the tools to build that kind of confidence, but I'm afraid Pioli doesn't have them either

  4. We do have a squad capable of top 4. We were only 1 point and a few minutes away last season, and we have signed several good players since then. Any decent coach should be able to do it. Give Pioli a chance. Certainly can't be worse than Giampaolo. The days of luring managers like Mourinho, or even Allegri are gone. They are used to playing in the Champions League and challenging for domestic titles every single year. That's simply not the current reality at Milan. We need to get back to the CL by reaching 4th place, build the new stadium, then in 3-4 years we might start thinking about the Scudetto. Unfortunately, Berlusconi never made sure that Milan was financially viable, and when his political career ended, and he no longer needed the propaganda tool, he offloaded the debt-ridden club.

  5. Sir Alex Ferguson
    Vincente Del Bosque
    Pep Guardiola
    Jose Mourinho
    Raffael Benitez
    Arsene Wenger
    Luiz Felipe Scolari
    Harry Redknapp
    Mauricio Pochettino
    Andre Villas-Boas
    Jupp Heynckes
    Jorge Sampaoli
    Marcelo Gallardo
    Juande Ramos
    Victor Esparrago
    Joaquin Caparros
    Pablo Machin
    Abel Resino
    Marcelino Garcia Toral
    Salvador Gonzalo Marco
    Gerardo Tata Martino
    Bernd Schuster
    Vladimir Petkovic
    Edoardo Reja
    Davide Ballardini
    Delio Rossi

  6. Playing around with torreira in the media only to get sacked 7 games into the season, you hate to see it. Very embarrassing from milan as well, they deserve to go into the ground.

  7. Total shambles of a club. The rot began 14 years ago when Berlusconi stopped inveting in them, and they've been going backwards for the most part ever since. The CL win of '07 was the last hurrah of a great team, but they were ageing by then. Gimmick signings like Ronaldinho and Robinho were then replaced by dreadful freebies and loans. Now they're the 4th-highest net spenders in the world since 2015 till Jan '19 and they haven't improved at all.

  8. Ac Milan is right now like a Ferrari without a engine, I mean come on u need at least 2 experience players and a better RB than calabria, if u watch ac milan games u will see the problems comes from the CM – RB.

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