Week 6 Spezia - Milan September 25 2021 15:00
#1
Giroud on bench?

Let's keep the run going Ole
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#2
Time to make it 11 matches unbeaten.
Hopefully 9th clean sheet in 11 as well.
We got the young 'un's. We take out big gunz  Devilcool
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#3
Spezia won't be as easy as Venezia. We have to play better there to come up with a win. That stadium seems claustrophobic too. Not easy to play there for sure. But there are no excuses here. Winning these games should be a must. The boys are talking about the Scudetto, which is great. Finally, we see Milan aiming for rightful targets. But those can only be achieved by grinding out wins against teams like Spezia. If we start dropping points in these games...we can forget about it.
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#4
We were trashed there last season - time for payback...
Avaiting for arrival of exorcist into our boardroom.
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#5
Spezia's ladder position is deceiving. Only the Lazio game where they not competitive and you would argue that they really should of beaten Juventus last match. We must be cautious but like nefremo said, these games are ones we must win if we want to maintain Scudetto hopes.

Giroud is supposed to be back so that's something, not sure about anyone else or who will miss for Spezia.
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#6
(09-24-2021, 12:54 AM)Demonbanana Wrote: Spezia's ladder position is deceiving. Only the Lazio game  where they not competitive and you would argue that they really should of beaten Juventus last match. We must be cautious but like nefremo said, these games are ones we must win if we want to maintain Scudetto hopes.

Giroud is supposed to be back so that's something,  not sure about anyone else or who will miss for Spezia.

Should be everyone injured outside of Giroud will still be out. Kjaer Ibra Krunic should be back (on the bench at least) for Atletico. 
But no news about Calabria.
We got the young 'un's. We take out big gunz  Devilcool
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#7
Another injury issue has reared its head for Milan as Alessandro Florenzi is the latest player to sustain a problem, according to a report.

According to Sky (via MilanNews), Alessandro Florenzi will not be available to Stefano Pioli tomorrow against Spezia as he has an injury problem that has not yet been specified. Not even Simon Kjaer and Davide Calabria will be on the squad list, but the Rossoneri boss hopes to recover for the Champions League match against Atletico Madrid next Tuesday.

It seems that whenever Milan are close to welcoming a key player back, another sustains some kind of problem.

Embarrassing
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#8
(09-24-2021, 01:49 PM)Zio Fester Wrote: Another injury issue has reared its head for Milan as Alessandro Florenzi is the latest player to sustain a problem, according to a report.

According to Sky (via MilanNews), Alessandro Florenzi will not be available to Stefano Pioli tomorrow against Spezia as he has an injury problem that has not yet been specified. Not even Simon Kjaer and Davide Calabria will be on the squad list, but the Rossoneri boss hopes to recover for the Champions League match against Atletico Madrid next Tuesday.

It seems that whenever Milan are close to welcoming a key player back, another sustains some kind of problem.

Embarrassing

He got a knock to the knee in training. Just one of those thing's.
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#9
GOALKEEPERS
Jungdal, Maignan, Tătăruşanu.

DEFENDERS
Ballo-Toure, Calabria, Conti, Gabbia, Hernandez, Kalulu, Romagnoli, Tomori.

MIDFIELDERS
Bennacer, Castillejo, Diaz, Kessie, Saelemaekers, Tonali.

FORWARDS
Giroud, Leao, Maldini, Pellegri, Rebić.
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#10
That reminds me of the old joke. What is the difference between Milan and Arsenal?
Both teams are all-time record winners of the European Injury Championship, but Milan have won the CL seven times on the side.
Spezia will be a hard match. They are better than Venezia and they should have taken a point v Juventus.
But then again who shouldn't have against this Juventus side performing like that?
I just hope Thiago Motta goes ballistic again, tries to press us hard up the field and tell his full backs to roam up the pitch.
I like this mentality, but this is a MUST win for us.
But like Ryo said, no news about Calabria is no good news.
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