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.
Cesare Prandelli believes Roma are “best-placed to win this League” and doesn’t understand Paulo Dybala controversy.
The Giallorossi went top of Serie A this weekend with a win over Fiorentina at Artemio Franchi, and the former Italy CT sees them as Scudetto favourites.
“Roma had a very brave performance in the first half, and a very shrewd one once they found themselves ahead,” Prandelli told Calciomercato.
Cesare Prandelli says he’s “always ready” to return to the bench, whether it’s in Italy or abroad.
The former Italy CT has been out of work since leaving Galatasaray mid-way through last season, but is looking to get back in the game.
“Coaches are always ready,” Prandelli laughed, when asked about a comeback by FCInterNews.
“But It doesn’t always depend on us. All joking aside, I’m very motivated and stimulated, but I’m not worried and I’m not rushing.
Former Italy CT Cesare Prandelli believes Juventus and Inter both showed “fear” in the Derby d’Italia.
The pair played out a 0-0 draw at San Siro last night, and while the ex-Fiorentina Coach believes both with challenge for the Scudetto, he nonetheless sees problems.
“Even the greats have fear,” Prandelli wrote in his column for Calciomercato.
“That’s how we can summarise the match played between Inter and Juventus, which showed that both teams are still searching for the right formula.
Former Italy CT Cesare Prandelli believes Milan lack “three or four players with a strong personality”.
The Rossoneri were beaten 4-0 at home by Napoli last night, and the Coach gave his assessment of Sinisa Mihajlovic’s side.
“Fear is the main thing hanging over Mihajlovic’s Milan right now,” Prandelli wrote in his weekly column for Calciomercato.
Former Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli says the World Cup is 'an open wound', while praising Mario Balotelli: 'He's matured.'
The Brazil 2014 campaign marked the second time in a row that Italy was eliminated at the group stage in the world's greatest football tournament, and many blamed Prandelli for the dire result.
“That knock-out [in the group stage] still burns, it's a wound that's always open,” he told Il Corriere dello Sport.
Former Italy CT Cesare Prandelli criticises the ‘bad habit’ of clubs neglecting young Italians in favour of buying from abroad.
The ex-Fiorentina boss criticised the path being taken by many Serie A sides, but reserved special praise for Sassuolo and Torino’s attitude to nurturing home-grown talent.
“It’d be better if we did something for the future,” Prandelli said to Tuttosport.
“After the World Cup, they said to give more space to our youngsters but instead there are always more foreigners.
Cesare Prandelli gives insight into how Stevan Jovetic and Felipe Melo have found their form at Inter.
The Nerazzurri are top of the Serie A table with five wins out of five and a lot of that is down to their summer signings.
“I have splendid memories of both players,” Prandelli told GianlucaDiMarzio.com of the ex-Fiorentina pair.
Cesare Prandelli describes Giuseppe Rossi as “a phenomenon” but insists he was right to leave him out of the World Cup squad.
The Fiorentina striker was not called up for the tournament in Brazil after concerns over his fitness, and the former Manchester United man was critical of the decision.
However, given Rossi subsequently missed the whole of last season, the ex-CT believes he’s due an apology.
“This is a special case,” Prandelli explained in an interview with Radio Blu.