NEWS
Monday March 7 2011
Allegri: Spurs aren't the elite

Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri says that while Tottenham play great football, they still aren't among the elite in Europe.

The Serie A leaders travel to White Hart Lane on Wednesday in an effort to overturn the 1-0 defeat they suffered in the first leg of their Champions League knockout tie last month.

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Monday March 7 2011
Robinho: We'll beat Spurs

Milan ace Robinho is convinced that his side can beat Tottenham in the Champions League this week.

The Rossoneri arrive for Wednesday's White Hart Lane clash a goal down after their 1-0 San Siro reverse.

"I honestly believe we can win in England," he told UEFA.com. "Our goal is to comeback from England having qualified for the next round of the Champions League."

Milan were pretty disappointing against Spurs last month and Robinho has called for more focus from his teammates.

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NEWS
Sunday March 6 2011
Redknapp: 'We'll have a go at Milan'

Harry Redknapp and Jermain Defoe insist Tottenham will continue to attack Milan, even though a draw would be enough to qualify.

Spurs won the first leg 1-0 at San Siro and welcome the Rossoneri to White Hart Lane on Wednesday for a place in the Champions League quarter-final.

“When you have that advantage in a two-legged game, if you sit back and think you have the lead then you find yourself in trouble,” said Redknapp.

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NEWS
Sunday March 6 2011
Boateng out of Spurs trip?

There's the very real risk Kevin-Prince Boateng could miss Milan's trip to Tottenham after he left the Olimpico on crutches.

The Rossoneri will attempt to overturn their 1-0 first leg defeat in the Champions League on Wednesday and Boateng had been a favourite to start.

However, he limped off at half-time during last night's 1-0 victory away to Juventus and left the Stadio Olimpico on crutches.

Boateng accidentally clashed with Felipe Melo, receiving a very hard kick to the ankle, which seemed to twist in an unnatural fashion.

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NEWS
Friday March 4 2011
Redknapp: 'Bale could face Milan'

Harry Redknapp is keeping Milan on tenterhooks, as he now claims Gareth Bale and Rafael Van der Vaart will be fit for their meeting.

Bale missed the Champions League first leg, won 1-0 by Tottenham at San Siro, with a back injury that has kept him out for over a month.

The Welsh wizard was also expected to miss out on the return match at White Hart Lane on Wednesday evening, but that might not be the case.

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NEWS
Wednesday March 2 2011
Bale still out injured

Milan have received a boost ahead of their visit to White Hart Lane next week as Gareth Bale is still injured for Tottenham.

The Wales international has been one of the Premier League's best players this season and scored a hat-trick against Inter at San Siro.

He was missing from the first leg of the Champions League second round knock-out tie between Milan and Tottenham on February 15 with a back injury.

Tottenham still managed to win 1-0, scoring an away goal through Peter Crouch.

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Tuesday February 22 2011
Banned Ringhio deserves respect

Although slapped with a four-match ban by UEFA, Serafino Ingardia insists the respectable Gennaro Gattuso isn't the villain that he has been portrayed as

Now that Gennaro Gattuso has been handed a four-match ban by UEFA following his spat with Joe Jordan, there will be those who believe justice has been done.

NEWS
Friday February 18 2011
Jordan hits back at Gattuso

Joe Jordan has rubbished claims made by Gennaro Gattuso's agent regarding why the two men clashed at San Siro in midweek.

The Milan midfielder confronted the Tottenham Coach both during and after the Champions League tie on Tuesday.

Gattuso's representative later claimed that the Scot had branded the player a 'f***ing Italian b***ard', an allegation Jordan has strongly denied.

Speaking exclusively to Sportsmail, Jordan said: "It's pathetic. Completely and utterly untrue and quite pathetic.

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Thursday February 17 2011
Gattuso risks five-match ban

The latest indications from UEFA are that Rino Gattuso will receive a five-match ban for unsportsmanlike conduct after his clash with Joe Jordan.

Gattuso was seen to raise his arms at the Tottenham assistant manager during the first leg of Milan's Champions League knock-out match on Tuesday evening.

He sought out Jordan again after the final whistle and attempted to head-butt the Scot.

UEFA plan to meet and discuss the incident on Monday with a view to meting out a punishment for Gattuso.

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Thursday February 17 2011
Galliani defends Gattuso

Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has leapt to the defence of Rino Gattuso following his clash with Joe Jordan.

Gattuso was seen to raise his arms at the Tottenham assistant manager during the first leg of Milan's Champions League knock-out match on Tuesday evening.

He sought out Jordan again after the final whistle and attempted to head-butt the Scot.

UEFA plan to meet and discuss the incident on Monday with a view to meting out a punishment for Gattuso.

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