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Monday November 9 2015
Zambrotta: 'Milan finding their brilliance'

Gianluca Zambrotta discusses his former team: 'Milan are finding their brilliance again, they can aim for third'.

The 2006 World Champion played for four years with the Rossoneri from 2008 to 2012, and he discussed the current team in an interview with Tuttosport.

“The draw against Atalanta proves that there's still a lot of work to be done,” admitted Zambrotta. “But Milan have found a certain continuity over the last five games.

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Saturday November 7 2015
Niang: 'Milan need Mihajlovic'

M’Baye Niang made his first start of the season and said “Milan really needed a Coach like Sinisa Mihajlovic.”

The striker impressed against Atalanta, but then ran out of steam as the 0-0 draw wore on.

“I have an excellent rapport with the Coach,” the 20-year-old told Sky Sport Italia.

“He makes me work hard and we got on from the first day we met. He can help me in many different ways. Milan really needed a Coach like Mihajlovic.”

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Saturday November 7 2015
Miha: 'Milan lucky to get draw'

Sinisa Mihajlovic admits Milan “were lucky to scrape a point” in their 0-0 draw with Atalanta.

The Rossoneri failed to register a fourth consecutive victory, but are now unbeaten in six Serie A rounds.

“This is a Milan with the quality to target our objective, which is the top three. It seems a bit premature to talk about targets and ambitions when we’re 12 rounds in,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

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Saturday November 7 2015
Galliani: 'Miha rebuilt Milan esteem'

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani credited Sinisa Mihajlovic with their revival and made a cryptic comment on Andrea Pirlo to Inter.

The Rossoneri have won three on the bounce and seek a fourth against Atalanta tonight. Follow the action as it happens on our LIVEBLOG.

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Friday November 6 2015
'No radical Milan changes'

Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says there will be 'no radical changes' to deal with Giacomo Bonaventura's absence, while discussing Alessio Cerci.

The 26-year-old picked up a yellow card against Lazio and will be suspended for tomorrow evening's game against Atalanta.

“I'm sorry about [Giacomo] Bonaventura because he was being decisive and one of our best,” said Mihajlovic in today's Press conference. “It's a shame he won't be able to play against his former team.

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Friday November 6 2015
'Donnarumma has my respect'

Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says he's waiting for Diego Lopez to come back, but meantime Gianluigi Donnarumma 'has all of my respect'.

Rossoneri fans have been excited by the debut and performances of baby goalkeeper Donnarumma, but it's uncertain whether he'll keep starting from Milan once Lopez comes back.

“Diego Lopez is a goalkeeper I respect a lot, not least because he played in conditions that weren't perfect without ever complaining,” he said.

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Friday November 6 2015
Miha: ‘No perfect formation’

Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says “there are no perfect formations” and hints Keisuke Honda could leave.

The Rossoneri started the season with a 4-4-2 system, but have gone with a 4-3-3 in recent weeks, picking up three wins in a row.

“We tried a system of play that didn’t work, in the future we could change again,” Mihajlovic explained in his Press conference ahead of the Atalanta game.

“There are no perfect formations, but this allows us to be more compact and to play between the lines.”

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Friday November 6 2015
‘Atalanta most important game’

Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic describes the visit of Atalanta as “the most important game since the start of the season.”

The Rossoneri are on a three-match winning streak, and would go level with Napoli in fourth with a win tomorrow, at least temporarily.

“The fans are fundamental for us,” Mihajlovic said in his pre-match Press conference, as he called for a full San Siro.

“We’d like them to cheer like in the past, but we know we have to fire them up. These lads deserve a full stadium after the latest games.

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Wednesday November 4 2015
Agent: ‘Mauri wants to stay at Milan’

Jose Mauri’s agent warns his client doesn’t want a loan move away from Milan - “it wouldn’t be a good sign.”

The young midfielder joined the Rossoneri this summer after Parma’s liquidation, but has yet to make his competitive debut.

“Why isn’t he playing?” Dino Zampacorta considered in an interview with Fantagazzetta.

“You should ask the Coach [Sinisa Mihajlovic]. It’s a situation which amazes me, considering he’s the only one who hasn’t been given his chance.

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Tuesday November 3 2015
Sheva: ‘Mihajlovic is strong’

Former Milan striker Andriy Shevchenko compares Carlo Ancelotti to Jose Mourinho and calls Sinisa MIhajlovic a ‘great Coach’.

The Ukrainian played under Ancelotti and Mourinho during his career and has weighed up their abilities after the Italian was linked to the Chelsea job should the Portuguese be fired.

“All Coaches are winners. They have similarities, but also differences,” he said to Marca.

“Ancelotti has a distinct personality. Carlo was a player, with a great career that Mourinho didn’t have.

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