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naraku
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

06 Nov 2017, 21:05

LemonCookies wrote:
Looked like Borini went down to only 2 lungs there at the end of the game, don't blame Montella for giving Borinho a rest :lol:



No Silva or Cutrone though ??

I know it's making sure we don't concede anything and usually a defender will come on late but thought one of the young strikers could get a few minutes.
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

21 Nov 2017, 12:44

Montella: ‘Critics don’t bother me’

Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella shrugs “I always accept criticism”, but believes his team is improving.

The Rossoneri lost to Napoli on Saturday night, a result which leaves them 11 points off fourth place, their minimum objective at the start of the season.

“I always accept criticism, you just have to know how to take it and understand where it comes from,” Montella explained to Milan TV.

“It’s fine, the important thing is never to miss the balance or the right angle when evaluating criticism.

“I am judged, and those above me must be judged by their work. There’s an excellent relationship with [sporting director Massimiliano] Mirabelli.

“Of course there are evaluations to be made, everything can be fine-tuned, but on a personal level the relationship is wonderful.

“I’ve gleaned from the media that Mirabelli was upset by the defeat [to Napoli] but who wasn’t? Of course, I sometimes hide it with a smile.

“Mirabelli, like the players is disappointed.

“We lost to a team that got almost 100 points last season, we showed good things in glimpses but we made mistakes too.

“Milan had a decent game against Napoli, but we can’t settle for that.

“It’s true that we didn’t have the ball in their box in the first half, but we’re the team that’s had the most shots on Napoli’s goal.

“I think Milan played a beautiful game on Saturday, but there are things to improve.

“I think we can make up ground. I’m optimistic because I see a team that’s improving, albeit not supersonically. We need to complete it, but we’re working.

“On Sunday we have Torino waiting for us, they’re a great team and we’ll need to play our game. Torino will compete for the Europa League places.”

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Re: Vincenzo Montella

24 Nov 2017, 09:51

Montella needs pretty much the same XI to start vs Torino.

Only difference's: out Zapata ,in Romagnoli. Out Biglia, In Locatelli.
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

27 Nov 2017, 22:36

Good luck, Mister. You did pretty well overall. Got us a trophy, too. Please take a break from managing for a while. Don't pull another Samp!
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

01 Dec 2017, 08:39

Get in management ASAP, mister! Don't pull another Seedorf and collect money from Milan!
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

29 Dec 2017, 20:31

Montella: 'Sevilla job unexpected'

Vincenzo Montella admits he was “not expecting” the Sevilla job so soon after his Milan dismissal, but “always wanted an experience abroad.”

The tactician will be appointed once he has resolved his contract situation with Milan, which ought to be over the next 24 hours, as he was fired on November 27.

“I am happy and also surprised, because I was not expecting it,” L’Aeroplanino told Sky Sport Italia.

“This possibility appeared suddenly and I am extremely enthusiastic to be coming to Spain for this new adventure, at a great club with marvellous fans.”

Montella arrived in Sevilla this evening, where he was greeted at the airport along with his new assistant manager – and former Sevilla midfielder – Enzo Maresca.

“I was able to play against Sevilla in the Europa League semi-final as Coach of Fiorentina and it was honestly a struggle to make yourself heard from the touchline, as the home supporters were so loud.

“I am curious and enthusiastic. I had always wanted to try an experience abroad. Perhaps I didn’t expect it to be so soon, especially once I had started the season, but my plans, my aspirations and my dreams were all projected towards going abroad.”

Sevilla sacked Coach Eduardo Berizzo just a few days before Christmas, a week after he returned from time off for cancer treatment.

Other options for the bench included Walter Mazzarri, so why did the Spaniards choose Montella?

“You’d have to ask the club, but in Spain they play primarily to entertain and get a result. I studied the history of Sevilla and it requires a great deal of passion, so it’s a real challenge.”

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Re: Vincenzo Montella

07 Jan 2018, 09:57

Fuck you Mr " Sevilla win more than Milan". How did you like conceeding in the first minute and totaling 5 against Betis...who ?

I get this dumb prick would want to snipe against his former employees, who wouldn't ? But next time do it after you win. Dicks !
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