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Monday January 22 2018
Gattuso: ‘Milan lack experience’

Gennaro Gattuso notes the average age of his Milan side is 23, and believes “we’re definitely doing good things”.

The Rossoneri came back from a goal down to beat Cagliari yesterday, despite having Ricardo Rodriguez sent off.

“Are we a team yet? It’s still hard to say but we’re definitely doing good things,” Gattuso told Milan TV.

“The squad is working very hard during the week, they’ve realised that hard work pays off in the end.

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Monday January 22 2018
‘Hard work starts now for Kessie’

Franck Kessie’s agent claims the hard work starts now for the Milan midfielder “to prove he deserves Gennaro Gattuso’s consideration and esteem.”

Kessie scored twice in Milan’s 2-1 victory over Cagliari on Sunday, prompting Gattuso to shower praise on the Ivorian and claim he was “far better than I ever was.”

“When there are so many changes, you can face some difficulties,” George Atangana told MilanNews.it.

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Monday January 22 2018
Gattuso: Lazio our litmus test

Gennaro Gattuso believes Milan’s double-header against Lazio “will tell us how good we are and what we’re capable of.”

Milan won their second straight game on Sunday as they beat Cagliari 2-1 to close in on a Europa League place in Serie A, and next up for the Rossoneri are back-to-back clashes with Lazio.

“We must keep thinking game by game and work with spirit and commitment,” the Coach told Rai Radio.

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Sunday January 21 2018
Gattuso: 'Kessie better than I was'

Gennaro Gattuso forgave Gianluigi Donnarumma and assured Franck Kessie is “far better than I ever was” after Milan beat Cagliari 2-1.

The Rossoneri had gone behind after just eight minutes when a seemingly harmless Nicolò Barella curler surprised Donnarumma.

“There was an error on the goal, but when it was still 1-0 he kept us in the game with a miracle, so these things even themselves out,” the Coach told Mediaset Premium.

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Sunday January 21 2018
Kessie: 'I'm learning from Gattuso'

Franck Kessie is trying to “learn” from Milan Coach Gennaro Gattuso after scoring his first brace in a Rossoneri jersey.

The Ivory Coast international got both goals in a 2-1 victory away to Cagliari, overturning the Nicolò Barella opener.

“It’s a very important win for us. I am happy with the three points, but we must continue working to be ready for next weekend,” Kessie told Mediaset Premium.

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Saturday January 20 2018
Gattuso: 'Milan must kill games off'

Gennaro Gattuso urged Milan to “kill games off” and match Cagliari in terms of intensity, but won’t let Andre Silva or Manuel Locatelli go.

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“The team has worked very well and hopefully we can continue the form seen lately,” said the Coach in his Press conference after the Winter break.

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Saturday January 20 2018
Milan target Sarri next season?

Milan want to start a new era with current Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri at the helm next season, claim Tuttosport.

According to the Turin-based newspaper, the club sees Gennaro Gattuso as only a stop-gap solution following the dismissal of Vincenzo Montella.

Plans are already in progress to tempt Sarri away from the Stadio San Paolo to San Siro over the summer.

It’s certainly not the first time he had been mentioned, as Sarri was very close to taking the Milan job when Silvio Berlusconi was still in charge of the club.

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Thursday January 18 2018
More Milan lows than highs

Evaluating Milan's season so far, it's easier to pick out the lowlights than the few high points, writes Richard Hall, but Patrick Cutrone was a beacon of hope.

Milan would have welcomed the winter break more than most, after promise turned into disappointment almost from day one. In the early summer, 60,000 turned up to watch the new and most thought improved Milan squad qualify for the Europa League via two preliminary rounds. The enthusiasm would start to drain as results worsened and the players failed to perform. Now on their second Coach of the season, they will be hoping for a better 2018.

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Wednesday January 17 2018
Lippi: Gattuso ‘succeeding’ at Milan

Marcello Lippi believes Gennaro Gattuso has ‘reenergised’ Milan and is ‘succeeding’ in reviving their fortunes.

Gattuso has led Milan to two wins in their last three games, leaving them just two points behind a Europa League place in Serie A and in the Coppa Italia semi-finals, where they will meet Lazio.

“Napoli? I won’t judge them,” the former Italy boss told La Stampa.

“Squads are built on convictions, projects, ideas… On whether they should rotate more, everyone has their own beliefs.

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Monday January 15 2018
Milan: ‘Great appreciation’ for Rino

Milan have played down links with Chelsea boss Antonio Conte and spoken of their “great appreciation” for Gennaro Gattuso.

A report in Monday’s Tuttosport claimed Gattuso had to reach a cup Final, take Milan to sixth in Serie A and reduce the gap with the sides above them in order to “scare off the ghost of Conte”.

However, a Press review on the Rossoneri’s official website read: “Milan’s main objective is to keep improving and growing.

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