Matchday 30: Pescara - Milan (Sunday April 2, 15:00 CET)
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Doing this for Xu since he is shy after the Juve game Grinundwech After the international break, we travel away to Pescara who are propping up the Serie A table at the moment. There is no excuse not to get 3 points in this game. I wonder, is this the statistically worst bottom 3 in Serie A history? After 29 games, Palermo have 15 points, Crotone have 14 and Pescara have 12. Maybe it's time for an 18-team league after all..?

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(03-21-2017, 05:33 PM)Mystik Wrote: Doing this for Xu since he is shy after the Juve game Grinundwech After the international break, we travel away to Pescara who are propping up the Serie A table at the moment. There is no excuse not to get 3 points in this game. I wonder, is this the statistically worst bottom 3 in Serie A history? After 29 games, Palermo have 15 points, Crotone have 14 and Pescara have 12. Maybe it's time for an 18-team league after all..?

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One would think so, but let's not forget that Zeman's first game in which Pescara slaughtered Genoa (5-0!) who we lost 1-3 over two legs this season. Confused At the end of the day, I would be happy if we somehow managed a narrow victory or even hard-fought draw. Confused

To answer your other question, this year's bottom three were indeed quite pathetic. Last year wasn't much better though, Carpi, Frosinone, Hellas Verona, even though these three teams got 1 win, 4 draws, and 1 loss out of Milan! 
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(03-22-2017, 01:44 AM)xudong Wrote: One would think so, but let's not forget that Zeman's first game in which Pescara slaughtered Genoa (5-0!) who we lost 1-3 over two legs this season. Confused At the end of the day, I would be happy if we somehow managed a narrow victory or even hard-fought draw. Confused

To answer your other question, this year's bottom three were indeed quite pathetic. Last year wasn't much better though, Carpi, Frosinone, Hellas Verona, even though these three teams got 1 win, 4 draws, and 1 loss out of Milan! 

They have the worst defense in the league. 66 goals have been shot against them in 29 games. 
We will have Bacca and Deulofeu back in the game and hopefully Suso will be there. I think, that everything else than 3 points would kill our plans for europe. As long as it's a win I am happy. I would not or can not be happy with 1 point. 

I am really looking forward for the game. Hopefully we can get a fast 2-0 lead and then going for 3-0 and give Patrick Cutrone his debut, I would love to see him play in the first team.
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#4
The reported probable line up

Donnarumma; Vangioni, Romagnoli, Paletta, De Sciglio; Mati, Sosa, Kucka; Ocampos, Bacca, Deulofeu
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#5
Almost certainly missing this game live, but hope for the win nonetheless. I hope the players go into it with the right mindset, we don't need a slip up like Udinese and Sampdoria here.
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#6
Pescara: Fiorillo; Zampano, Bovo, Campagnaro, Biraghi; Memushaj, Muntari, Coulibaly; Benali, Bahebeck, Caprari

Milan: Donnarumma; Calabria, Paletta, Romagnoli, Vangioni; Pasalic, Sosa, Mati Fernandez; Deulofeu, Bacca, Ocampos
Avaiting for arrival of exorcist into our boardroom.
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#7
Already behind....
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#8
Not quite sure who is more culpable in that own goal. It was a strong back pass from Paletta onto the keeper's weak foot but also straight to Donnarumma who really should be controlling that..
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#9
Embarrassing goal. Not a great backpass from Paletta, but the blame has to go to Gigio. He is a professional footballer, so yes, even a goalkeeper should be able to take care of that pass...
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#10
1-1 Pasalic, we have become reliant on Deulofeu speed, dribbling and movement
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