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Friday November 27 2015
Mihajlovic: ‘Mauri will be loaned out’

Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic praises Jose Mauri, but says the midfielder will probably be sent out on loan.

The 19-year-old joined the Rossoneri on a free transfer this summer after leaving Parma, but has yet to feature in a competitive match.

“He’s a lad with his future ahead of him, who trains well and has character,” Mihajlovic explained to Milan Channel.

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Thursday November 26 2015
Ferrero: ‘Montella best in the world’

Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero says Sinisa Mihajlovic “abandoned” him, but Vincenzo Montella is “the best in the world”.

Mihajlovic left the Blucerchiati this summer to take over at Milan, and his Rossoneri will face Samp at San Siro this weekend.

“I’m very fond of Sinisa,” Ferrero told Sky ahead of the match.

“Coaches are like wives though. He’s found another, and has abandoned me. I’m a lucky man though, because I found Montella, and he’s the best in the world.

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Tuesday November 24 2015
'Appreciated Milan youth'

Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is pleased with Milan's young Manuel Locatelli after winning the San Nicola trophy ahead of Inter and Bari.

The Rossoneri took home the minor trophy after a round-robin tournament tonight.

“Winning is always preferable to losing,” Mihajlovic told Milan Channel after the match. “Even though in matches like these, losing is a tragedy and winning is the norm.

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Tuesday November 24 2015
‘Milan haven’t done enough’

Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura admits “what we’ve done so far isn’t enough” after 20 points from 13 games.

The Rossoneri were expected to return to the Scudetto race this season, having invested heavily in the summer, but currently trail leaders Inter by 10 points.

“We players are all aware that what we’ve done so far isn’t enough,” Bonaventura admitted in an interview with Sky.

“We must do more. We have to take as many points as possible before the Christmas break.

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Tuesday November 24 2015
Milan haven’t improved at all

Appointing a new Coach and an injection of new talent promised to rocket Milan back to the top of Serie A. But the Diavolo have only shown the same old issues, writes Vincent Van Genechten.

Sinisa Mihajlovic and his Rossoneri stumbled to a 1-0 defeat at Juventus, when Paulo Dybala finished a splendid attack by the Bianconeri. It was Milan’s fifth loss of the season and their fourth on the road, where they have been scoreless in all four losing efforts.

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Sunday November 22 2015
Juve took down toothless Milan

The Old Lady couldn't be harmed by painfully passive Rossoneri, writes Vincent Van Genechten.

Max Allegri was either smart or lucky with his substitutions, as both Alex Sandro and Leonardo Bonucci only came on after Patrice Evra and Hernanes injuries, also prompting a change of tactics to 3-5-2. The Brazilian wing-back may well have been Man of the Match.

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Saturday November 21 2015
Miha: 'Milan too tentative'

Sinisa Mihajlovic feels Milan are too tentative and afraid to take risks going forward after a 1-0 defeat to Juventus.

Paulo Dybala scored the decisive goal, but Gigi Buffon only made one genuine save at the 93rd minute on Alessio Cerci.

“During the game, above all the first half, we made too many mistakes in our passing and then we got the counter-attacks wrong too.

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Friday November 20 2015
‘Milan closer to Juventus’

Ignazio Abate believes the gap between Juventus and Milan is “definitely smaller” this season.

The Rossoneri are currently two points ahead of the defending champions, and travel to Turin to face the Old Lady tomorrow.

“The gap? It’s definitely smaller compared to the past,” Montolivo stated in the pre-match Press conference.

“We’ve started on a new path with a new Coach [Sinisa Mihajlovic], we have a different perspective.

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Friday November 20 2015
‘Milan need consistency’

Sinisa Mihajlovic admits both positive and negative displays are “the real Milan”, calling for more consistency.

The Rossoneri’s form has varied wildly this season, with a three-game winless streak followed by a trio of victories, before a disappointing draw with Atalanta.

“The real Milan is the one you see every week, both teams,” Mihajlovic told reporters in his Press conference ahead of the Juventus game.

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Friday November 20 2015
Miha: ‘Juventus not decisive’

Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic insists tomorrow’s match against Juventus will not be “decisive”.

The match is traditionally one of the biggest in Serie A, but both sides have endured mixed starts to the season, with the Rossoneri currently sixth, one place and two points ahead of their Turin rivals.

“It’s useless to talk about the importance of a match against Juventus,” Mihajlovic admitted in his pre-match Press conference.

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