MILAN NEWS

President Silvio Berlusconi defended his decision to sack Sinisa Mihajlovic for Cristian Brocchi. “We’ve never seen Milan play so badly.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic thanked Milan fans “for appreciating me as a man,” but insulted Kevin-Prince Boateng’s fiancée.
Milan ultras insisted Sinisa Mihajlovic “is not to blame” for this poor season and slammed President Silvio Berlusconi.
Bologna director Claudio Fenucci insists “Roberto Donadoni will stay with us next year”.
Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi is “stimulated” by the challenge of getting the best out of Mario Balotelli.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani insists the dressing room atmosphere under Sinisa Mihajlovic was “perfect”.
Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi discusses Silvio Berlusconi - “I’ve always respected my superiors”.
Cristian Brocchi is “not afraid” of the Milan job, and is considering a 4-3-1-2 shape.
Cristian Brocchi promises his approach as Milan Coach will be “not better, but different” to Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Fiorentina owner Andrea Della Valle will reportedly meet Coach Paulo Sousa this week to discuss his future.
Lazio are reportedly considering four Coaches for next season, including sacked Milan boss Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Christian Vieri says ‘I have no doubt Cristian Brocchi will have a great career’ after he was appointed Milan Coach.
Marcello Lippi could join Milan as technical director this summer to assist Cristian Brocchi, say reports.
Reports say Cristian Brocchi must finish sixth to secure the Milan job, while Silvio Berlusconi went against Adriano Galliani’s advice by appointing him.
Silvio Berlusconi thanks Sinisa Mihajlovic but “Milan can and must do more”.
Arrigo Sacchi says “it’s not an easy situation” for Cristian Brocchi at Milan, but he “has the confidence of the President”.
Cristian Brocchi’s agent says his client “couldn’t say no” to Milan and club President Silvio Berlusconi.
Cristian Brocchi’s Milan contract is reportedly only a two-month deal.
Milan fans appear to be backing sacked Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic, and the players are reportedly unhappy with his dismissal.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti says investment from China “can strengthen the club”.