Week 12: Sunday, November 10, 2013, Chievo vs. Milan 15:00 CET
#11
Serie A
22 matches in total, 17 wins, 3 draws, 2 losses 42:16

2012/2013 30. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 0:1 (0:1)
2012/2013 11. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 5:1 (3:1)
2011/2012 32. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 0:1 (0:1)
2011/2012 13. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 4:0 (4:0)
2010/2011 26. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 1:2 (0:1)
2010/2011 7. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 3:1 (2:0)
2009/2010 28. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 1:0 (0:0)
2009/2010 9. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 1:2 (1:0)
2008/2009 31. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 0:1 (0:0)
2008/2009 12. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 1:0 (1:0)
2006/2007 27. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 3:1 (1:1)
2006/2007 8. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 0:1 (0:1)
2005/2006 33. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 4:1 (1:1)

2005/2006 14. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 2:1 (1:1)
2004/2005 32. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 1:0 (0:0)
2004/2005 13. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 0:1 (0:0)

2003/2004 27. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 2:2 (0:2)
2003/2004 10. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 0:2 (0:1)
2002/2003 24. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 0:0
2002/2003 7. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 3:2
2001/2002 30. Round Chievo Verona - AC Milan 1:1
2001/2002 13. Round AC Milan - Chievo Verona 3:2

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#12
(11-09-2013, 04:42 PM)xudong Wrote: Every season when we were on the low, Chievo was almost always able to "send' us the much needed 3 points, though few of those games were easy victory. I remember a 1-0 with Seedorf's 91' goal, an away 1-2 with Nesta scoring two headers 80' and 90', an ugly match ending with Muntari's only early goal. Even last year's two matches, I remember a hard-fought first half at San Siro until two lucky reflection goals (Montolivo, Bojan) changed the game for us.

How will this one end? I can't wait for tomorrow. Hopefully our players could show determination to outweigh Allegri's stupidity. Facepalm

Don't forget 4-3 win with Boateng hattrick
MILAN! MILAN! SOLO CON TE!
MILAN! MILAN! SEMPRE PER TE!
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(11-10-2013, 05:20 AM)ZvonimirBoban Wrote:
(11-09-2013, 04:42 PM)xudong Wrote: Every season when we were on the low, Chievo was almost always able to "send' us the much needed 3 points, though few of those games were easy victory. I remember a 1-0 with Seedorf's 91' goal, an away 1-2 with Nesta scoring two headers 80' and 90', an ugly match ending with Muntari's only early goal. Even last year's two matches, I remember a hard-fought first half at San Siro until two lucky reflection goals (Montolivo, Bojan) changed the game for us.

How will this one end? I can't wait for tomorrow. Hopefully our players could show determination to outweigh Allegri's stupidity. Facepalm

Don't forget 4-3 win with Boateng hattrick

I believe you re referring to lecce - milan, when boateng came in as sub to save the day..
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#14
Chievo: Puggioni; Frey, Dainelli, Cesar; Sardo, Radovanovic, L.Rigoni, Pamic, Estigarribia; Paloschi, Pellissier

Milan: Abbiati; Abate, Zapata, Mexes, Emanuelson; Poli, Montolivo, De Jong, Muntari; Kaka; Matri
Milan bench: Amelia, Gabriel, Bonera, Zaccardo, Cristante, Constant, Birsa, Niang, Robinho
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(11-10-2013, 02:27 PM)Aficio Wrote: Milan: Abbiati; Abate, Zapata, Mexes, Emanuelson; Poli, Montolivo, De Jong, Muntari; Kaka; Matri
Milan bench: Amelia, Gabriel, Bonera, Zaccardo, Cristante, Constant, Birsa, Niang, Robinho

So we're playing with a false #9 huh? Grinundwech
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#16
Not a false #9, but a non-existent #9. GrinundwechGrinundwech
Kaka has to do it all by himself, because Muntari or Abate could just ruin it.

Chievo had two great chances. Muntari had a shot. the game suddenly opened up.
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#17
There was a time when we had Beckham, Pirlo, Seedorf, Ronaldinho lining up to take free kick, now it's de Jong and Montolivo lol.
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#18
The team plays too nice. I don't get it. When the opponent is on the ground and the ref hasn't whistled for a foul, we're suppose to have a go at their goal, NOT just stop the play and wait till their player gets up!
Jesus! The team has no desire to win. This is just sad...
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#19
I watched CR7 scoring from freekick at ease last night, and we have de jong to take one?? whose idea was that?Dodgy
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#20
From goal.com live match:

Emanuelson showing part of the rashness that inspired Milan to send him on loan to Fulham last year. He beats one man well in the middle, but instead of releasing one of his better placed teammates, he goes for more glory, and ends up losing the ball with a poor touch on his next dribble.
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Damn, I was kinda expecting that he would have a season like Constant had last season. I salute you guys for being able to watch that Big Grin
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