Tag Archives: Silvio Berlusconi

Why Serie A is better than the English Premier League

Posted on by Robert

Like most soccer fans, I am a soccer league polygamist.  Because I live less than 20 minutes from an MLS club, I root for and follow Major League Soccer in the U.S.  However, I am also a passionate Arsenal fan … Continue reading

Berlusconi: Ronaldinho remains for life

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

AC Milan has had good times and bad times under Silvio Berlusconi. The Italian prime minister has brought trophies and success to the rossoneri, but he has also dragged Milan into times of little money and negative results. This current … Continue reading

The Quiet Offseason of A.C. Milan

Posted on by Robert

The rumors flying around the Internet recently have been focused on the makeup of the 2010-2011 Inter squad.  Will Balotelli move to Manchester or London (or Madrid)?  Will Maicon reunite with his former manager?  At some point I think every … Continue reading

How Milan Can Become Great Again

Posted on by Mark McAllister

It’s been a perculiar, unpredictable season for Milan as the side have endured great levels of torment from humiliating defeats to the likes of Inter and Manchester United, and they have found themselves looking desperately blunt on other occasions, often … Continue reading

Should Milan Replace Leonardo?

Posted on by Robert

Fans of AC Milan have suffered through a bad four weeks, beginning by losing to short-handed rival Inter and most recently suffering a devastating defeat in their Champions League match versus Manchester United.  This comes the same week that Milan … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 21

Posted on by Robert

A nice quiet weekend in Serie A.  Fortunately, there were no matches of interest and no controversy that came out of the matches.  Nothing unusual or interesting at all. Or not.  In a weekend highlighted by the top two squads … Continue reading

Inter 4-0 AC Milan: Gattuso’s Sending-Off

Posted on by Sam Hiser

For AC Milan in Saturday’s fabled Derby della Madonnina, Gennaro Gattuso’s nightmare came true. If not for Inter’s new-look, new-effect attack, poor Captain Rino would be carrying all responsibility for the unbalanced result (AC Milan 0:4 Inter). Inter earned three … Continue reading

Chelsea Confirm Ancelotti As New Blues Boss

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well, the most unsurprising managerial appointment of the summer has thankfully been completed this morning, with Carlo Ancelotti taking over as the new manager of Chelsea on July 1st. It was no real surprise at all really and a couple … Continue reading

Is Carlo Ancelotti Leading Chelsea Or A.C. Milan A Merry Dance?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

When Guus Hiddink stepped into the breach after a heartfelt plea from Roman Abrahamovich, the only definite thing we knew was that Hiddink would only be there until the end of the season. Hiddink has stuck to his line of … Continue reading