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Monday December 14 2015
Two games for Miha future?

Reports say Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic risks the sack if the club don’t win their next two matches.

The Rossoneri failed to beat rock-bottom Verona at home on Sunday and owner Silvio Berlusconi was reportedly furious in the stands watching the game.

Tuttosport reports today that Berlusconi had set an objective for the Serbian Coach to obtain 12 points in the last four matches of 2015, but the San Siro giants can now only achieve a maximum of eight.

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Sunday December 13 2015
Miha: 'Referees damage Milan'

Sinisa Mihajlovic warned “we can’t carry on like this” after he blamed the referee for Milan’s 1-1 draw with Verona.

Nigel de Jong was sent off and gave away a penalty, but the Rossoneri had complaints.

“I understand the fans, they are right to complain and I am sorry for them and the club,” Mihajlovic told Mediaset Premium.

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Sunday December 13 2015
Galliani: 'No Sarri regrets'

Adriano Galliani insists Milan “must qualify for Europe” and has “no regrets” about choosing Sinisa Mihajlovic over Maurizio Sarri.

The Rossoneri host Verona this afternoon, follow the action on our LIVEBLOG.

“This team was built to qualify for Europe and we must get there,” CEO Galliani told Mediaset Premium.

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Saturday December 12 2015
Mihajlovic: 'Attitude is everything'

Sinisa Mihajlovic warned Milan “need the right attitude” against Verona, or tactics and formations will be futile.

It kicks off on Sunday at 14.00 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“Since the Napoli game our results have been the fourth best in the League with the third best defence and only two points fewer than Inter,” assured the Coach in a Press conference.

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BLOG ITALIA
Saturday December 12 2015
Milan's cautious revolution

The latest Milan revolution is more realistic but must continue to cut away the perennial team failures, insists Federico Martone.

Expectations finally seem like they are being managed correctly in the half of Milan that is slowly accepting they have become the Liverpool of Serie A. At the beginning of this season sections of the Italian media, that amazingly included the Berlusconi-owned parts, were tipping Milan to come third. In retrospect that would appear to be a red herring that most of the club's fan base saw through.

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Friday December 11 2015
Niang: '10 years at Milan’

M’Baye Niang wants to stay at Milan “for another 10 years” but admits “I made mistakes”.

The French forward joined the Rossoneri in 2012, but had a series of disciplinary problems - including a hit-and-run which injured 11 people - and his time at San Siro appeared to be over when he was loaned to Montpellier in 2014.

However, following another loan spell at Genoa, the 20-year-old has become a key man for Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic, and now wants to stay for as long as possible.

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Friday December 11 2015
Milan consider Prandelli

Sinisa Mihajlovic is reportedly under pressure at Milan again, with Cesare Prandelli a possible replacement.

The Rossoneri were held to a 0-0 draw by relegation-battlers Carpi on Sunday night, leaving them eighth in Serie A, seven points off the Champions League places.

Tuttosport speculates that Mihajlovic must take six points from the next to League games, Verona at home and Frosinone away to save his job.

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Sunday December 6 2015
Mihajlovic: 'Milan deserved win'

Sinisa Mihajlovic felt Milan “deserved to win” their 0-0 draw at Carpi, “but ultimately we’ve thrown two points away.”

The Rossoneri were poor for the opening 25 minutes, but took more control as the game wore on.

“We could’ve done better in the first half, but after the break we improved and deserved to win,” the Coach told Mediaset Premium.

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Sunday December 6 2015
Niang: 'I risked ruining career'

Milan striker M’Baye Niang confessed he “risked ruining my career” with bad behaviour, but sorted himself out.

He will turn 21 later this month and is already something of a Serie A veteran, having arrived as an 18-year-old.

“I have matured and learned from my experiences,” he told France Football. “Psychologically I am no longer the same person and have become much more responsible.”

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Saturday December 5 2015
Miha: 'Milan support me'

Sinisa Mihajlovic admits he “expected more” from Milan in the Coppa Italia, but is not worried for the trip to Carpi.

It kicks off on Sunday at 19.45 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“All games are theoretically within our reach, but we have to prove our strength on the field,” said the Coach in his Press conference.

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