MILAN NEWS

Massimiliano Allegri complimented his hometown club Livorno, but blasted Milan for their “lack of determination.”
Mario Balotelli was philosophical about the crossbar denying a hat-trick against Livorno. “Next time it will go in.”
Mario Balotelli scored a stunning brace and hit the bar as Milan scrambled a late 2-2 draw away to Livorno.
Japan manager Alberto Zaccheroni believes playing for Milan in Serie A will “benefit” Keisuke Honda.
Mario Balotelli, Ricky Kaka and Gabriel start as Max Allegri’s Milan face his hometown club Livorno.
Livorno boss Davide Nicola is confident his side can beat Milan when the two face each other on Saturday.
Massimiliano Allegri is happy to mark his 100th Milan game against hometown club Livorno, but is keeping alert.
Kevin Constant is out of Milan’s match with Livorno, but Mattia De Sciglio, Philippe Mexes and Christian Abbiati return.
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As Serie A heads into the depths of winter, the first weekend of December throws up some big clashes with the undoubted game of the weekend being the heavy weight top of the table encounter between Roma and Fiorentina.
Mario Balotelli revealed why he hasn’t met the girl who could be his daughter. “Children mustn’t be disappointed by adults who then disappear.”
Fabio Capello commented on Italy’s World Cup hopes, the changes at Milan and who he’ll support for the Scudetto.
Ronaldo believes Mario Balotelli “can make the difference at the World Cup, if he behaves himself.”
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confirmed Keisuke Honda in January, turned down Francesco Lodi and “won’t rule out surprises.”
Gabriel Batistuta complained Mario Balotelli “really gets on my nerves” for wasting his talent.
The Gazzetta dello Sport report that Milan sporting director Ariedo Braida will negotiate his exit in the coming weeks.
Barbara Berlusconi’s latest activity reportedly has her drawing up initial plans for the future of Milan’s Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
Milan have suffered another injury, as Matias Silvestre will be out for at least two weeks with a thigh strain.
Mario Balotelli sent out an appeal to media and fans, confessing to an Inter regret. “I want to live like a normal person.”
Gennaro Gattuso demanded “more respect” for Adriano Galliani and slammed new Milan chief Barbara Berlusconi. “I can’t see women in football.”