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(06-08-2019, 11:32 AM)Sampinjon Wrote: [ -> ]Allegri is mediocre coach as well.

He won league 5 times straight. Build your team correctly, then you can win anything even with a mediocre coach.
IMO, Allegri = Mancini

If their teams are stronger & stable -> win
If their teams are in trouble -> clueless

Not bad, but no "magic" in them.
(06-08-2019, 12:50 PM)ZvonimirBoban Wrote: [ -> ]He won league 5 times straight. Build your team correctly, then you can win anything even with a mediocre coach.

In general ,sometimes yes. But it is questionable how many from 5 leagues he would won if there was no referee help. Despite having the strongest team in league.
Since we're (hopefully) in proces of "team building" ,than it is obvious why we should not hire a mediocre coach. Those two are not winning combination.
Gazzetta dello Sport report that Igli Tare seems unlikely to join Milan and looks convinced to extend his deal with Lazio
(06-09-2019, 08:38 AM)AC_Troy Wrote: [ -> ]Gazzetta dello Sport report that Igli Tare seems unlikely to join Milan and looks convinced to extend his deal with Lazio

He's been offered a contract extension until 2023, doubling hus current salary.
Sampdoria’s Carlo Osti, former Roma director Ricky Massara, and Atalanta’s Giovanni Sartori are the new candidates
Sartori would be great, Osti would be good, and Massara would be awful
https://app.football-italia.net/#article...u=news-all

Tare rejects Milan job offer
Football Italia
https://www.calciomercato.com/news/milan...lita-18886

Milan: Maldini, are you afraid? It 's time to take responsibility
https://www.calciomercato.com/news/milan...tive-33641

Milan, contacts with Sartori: since no alternatives Tare