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Thursday February 3 2011
Milan lose Ambrosini for two months

Milan have been dealt a huge blow with news that Massimo Ambrosini will be out for six to eight weeks.

The captain picked up a thigh strain in his right leg and tests have shown it is a serious injury.

“There is a second grade lesion in the right thigh muscle. The prognosis is six to eight weeks,” read an official statement on the club website.

The Rossoneri have suffered from a series of injury problems this season and their midfield in particular has been decimated.

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Wednesday February 2 2011
Legrottaglie and Bonera injury updates

Nicola Legrottaglie spent the night in hospital and will be out of action for a week with whiplash, while Daniele Bonera also misses Milan's next match.

The Rossoneri had a very unlucky evening for their centre-backs during the 0-0 draw with Lazio on Tuesday.

Bonera went off at half-time with a badly bruised cheekbone and eye following a clash with Libor Kozak.

His replacement, Legrottaglie, was then stretchered off after accidentally getting a knee to the head again from Kozak.

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Tuesday February 1 2011
Galliani hails Inter and Juve moves

Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani claims with a wry smile that both Inter and Juventus have had a better transfer market than his club.

Galliani brought in five new names in January, signing Antonio Cassano, Urby Emanuelson, Mark Van Bommel, Didac Vila and Nicola Legrottaglie.

"Milan didn't do the best market, Inter and Juve did," he said.

"I can't give a mark out of 10 to myself for the market. Inter have reinforced the most followed by Juventus and then the others. But I am not afraid of anyone.

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Tuesday February 1 2011
Pato gets the nod

Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri will give Alexandre Pato another start against Lazio this evening in the hope that he gels with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Pato's many injury problems this season have meant that he has yet to form a bond with the Sweden international, even though he has scored eight goals in nine starts.

It's said that Allegri thinks of Antonio Cassano as his first choice second striker, but the fact he can't play in the Champions League means Pato's stock remains high at San Siro.

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Tuesday February 1 2011
Line-ups: Pato-Ibra-Binho face Lazio

Alexandre Pato completes the trident with Robinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, while Lazio again rely on Libor Kozak for tonight's clash.

Leaders Milan welcome their rivals in third place in a big match that kicks off at 19.45 UK time.

Max Allegri has a huge injury list to contend with, as Alessandro Nesta, Gennaro Gattuso, Clarence Seedorf, Andrea Pirlo, Massimo Ambrosini, Ignazio Abate, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Gianluca Zambrotta, Pippo Inzaghi, Marco Amelia and Rodney Strasser are absent.

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Tuesday February 1 2011
Allegri: 'Milan were too hasty'

Massimiliano Allegri feels Milan “deserved a victory” against Lazio, but Daniele Bonera and Nicola Legrottaglie are in hospital.

The Serie A leaders were held to a 0-0 result at San Siro, but wasted several chances with Zlatan Ibrahimovic hitting the woodwork and a goalline clearance denying Robinho.

“We were too hasty in the first half and ended up misplacing too many passes,” commented the Coach.

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Tuesday February 1 2011
Reja admits 'Lazio needed luck'

Edy Reja concedes Lazio needed “a bit of luck” to grab a point at San Siro even when taking a defensive approach.

“In order to take points off Milan on home turf, you need a bit of luck too,” said the Coach of their 0-0 draw.

“We suffered, but also played well in defence. We go home with a valuable point that will certainly do us good, especially for those who expected us to emerge defeated here.

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Monday January 31 2011
Official: Milan sign Legrottaglie

Milan have announced the signing of Nicola Legrottaglie from Juventus on their official website.

The 34-year-old completed a medical this morning and is likely to train with Milan this afternoon.

Much like Holland international midfielder Mark Van Bommel, he has put pen to paper on a short-term contract, which expires on June 30, 2011.

Legrottaglie becomes Milan's fifth signing of the January transfer window after Antonio Cassano, Urby Emanuelson, Didac Vila and Van Bommel.

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Monday January 31 2011
Allegri targets 11 wins for Scudetto

Max Allegri believes 11 wins from Milan's remaining games in Serie A will be enough to win the Scudetto.

Milan currently enjoy a four-point lead at the top of the table and have been in first place since December.

"We need 11 more wins to get to 80 points, which, in my opinion, means the Scudetto," Allegri said.

"To do better all the others must win 13 or 16."

Asked for his opinion of Milan's five new signings, Allegri said the club's transfer market has been "practically perfect."

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Monday January 31 2011
Reja: Lazio will attack Milan

Lazio boss Edy Reja insists that his side won't sit back and hope for a draw at Milan on Tuesday night.

"We have to go out there and look to score goals otherwise we'll return to Rome as a beaten side," he stated.

"If we wait for Milan to attack us then we will certainly lose the game."

The two teams kick-off the midweek round at San Siro on Tuesday in a tie that Lazio haven't won for 21 years.

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