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Friday January 8 2016
Garcia: ‘Totti will be called’

Roma Coach Rudi Garcia confirms Francesco Totti will be called-up to face Milan but “he won’t be 100 per cent”.

The Giallorossi captain has been sidelined since September with a knee injury, but it was suggested earlier today that he would be ready for the visit of the Diavolo.

“Francesco will be called,” Garcia confirmed in his pre-match Press conference.

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Friday January 8 2016
Lippi-Brocchi shadow over Milan

Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic risks his bench against Roma, with Marcello Lippi and Christian Brocchi ready to take over, say reports.

The Serbian's job has allegedly been at risk for weeks. Yesterday's claims that he would not be sacked at least until the next Coppa Italia game are now being contradicted by reports that he faces a do-or-die scenario this Saturday against the Giallorossi.

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Thursday January 7 2016
Mihajlovic safe for now

Reports suggest Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic’s job is safe - at least until after the Coppa Italia tie with Carpi.

The Rossoneri were defeated at home by Bologna yesterday, leaving them 11 points adrift of city rivals Inter, who top the table.

Club President Silvio Berlusconi has made no secret of his disappointment with Mihajlovic in the past, and reports this morning suggested a sacking was imminent.

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Thursday January 7 2016
Berlusconi fury with Milan

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi is reportedly furious after their defeat to Bologna and could sack Sinisa Mihajlovic if things don’t improve soon.

The Rossoneri were beaten 1-0 by Roberto Donadoni’s side at San Siro yesterday in their first game since returning from the winter break.

The club are in seventh place and 10 points off the Champions League places, and La Stampa believes Berlusconi is livid.

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Wednesday January 6 2016
Milan keep Mihajlovic hanging

Milan will reportedly make a decision overnight on whether to sack Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.

The tactician was already known to be under pressure and had a difficult rapport with President Silvio Berlusconi.

Today’s shock 1-0 home defeat to Bologna could well be the final straw for the Serbian.

According to various Italian sources, Berlusconi will take the night to make a decision on Mihajlovic’s status.

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Wednesday January 6 2016
Miha: 'I will not give up'

Sinisa Mihajlovic “will not give up” after Milan’s shock home defeat to Bologna, but there are reports he’ll be sacked.

The Rossoneri were beaten 1-0 at San Siro by a late Emanuele Giaccherini goal after wasting numerous scoring opportunities.

“We must continue working and try to improve things calmly,” the Coach told Mediaset Premium.

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Tuesday January 5 2016
Boateng in Milan squad

Kevin-Prince Boateng has been included in the Milan squad to face Bologna, and will wear the 72 shirt.

The Ghanaian officially completed his return to the Rossoneri yesterday, having been training at Milanello since September.

Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has already ruled out Boateng starting the game tomorrow, but the former Schalke midfielder could make an appearance from the bench.

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Tuesday January 5 2016
Mihajlovic: ‘Italian Milan’

Sinisa Mihajlovic explains Milan’s goal is “to play with Italian players” and discusses Kevin-Prince Boateng.

The Rossoneri are currently eight points behind League leaders and city rivals Inter, but the Coach sees a balanced League this season.

“It’s one of the most balanced Leagues in recent years,” Mihajlovic mused in his Press conference ahead of the visit of Bologna.

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Tuesday January 5 2016
Mihajlovic: ‘Not fearing sack’

Sinisa Mihajlovic isn’t worried about his Milan future - “a lion doesn’t lose sleep over the opinion of a sheep”.

The Serbian Coach took over on the San Siro bench this summer, but has been the subject of constant barbs from President Silvio Berlusconi.

That has inevitably led to media speculation over his future, but the former Sampdoria boss is not concerned.

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Wednesday December 30 2015
Montolivo: ‘Milan are better’

Riccardo Montolivo says Milan “needed a bit of time to find our true identity” and praises Sinisa Mihajlovic.

The Rossoneri went into the winter break in sixth-place in Serie A, eight points behind their city rivals and League-leaders Inter.

“It was a difficult year because we started from scratch,” Montolivo explained to Milan Channel.

“We are a team in development and we needed a bit of time to find our true identity. We had some problems at the start of the league campaign but then we improved.

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