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Re: Vincenzo Montella

29 Jul 2017, 10:00

Montella: 'I feel Milan responsibility'

Vincenzo Montella feels “a lot of responsibility, but also very motivated” after Milan’s spending spree. “Our objective is Champions League qualification.”

The Coach sat down for a lengthy interview with the Corriere dello Sport newspaper.

“Anyone who does this profession cannot duck responsibility. So yes, I am happy with the team that has been put together, I feel a lot of responsibility, but I am also very, very motivated,” said L’Aeroplanino.

“A squad has been built to reach certain objectives. Naturally, it’ll take some time to adapt with 10 new players, even more so for those who come in from abroad. If we add that they are also young, then that’s even more time.

“Of course, all that is in theory, because I know full well that in Italian football there has never been much time, but I am still ready to accept this very stimulating challenge.”

Spending over €210m puts immense pressure on Montella, but he insists they are not targeting the Scudetto straight away.

Now the top four Serie A sides will enter the Champions League from this season, giving the Rossoneri more leeway.

“The agreement with the club is that we mustn’t waste the enthusiasm of the fans, let alone disappoint expectations. We must become a team as quickly as possible and try to achieve our objective of Champions League qualification.

“If we were to miss out on that target, it would certainly be a very damaging blow both economically and in terms of image. However, there is a great deal of competition in Italy and there are teams who, even if they haven’t had our summer transfer strategy, are still slightly ahead of us in terms of planning.

“We have chosen players who are ready to go and can give a great deal, who are top players for our level and for Italian football. I therefore think that the potential is there and it’s only a matter of time.

“We have some certainties and some players who can grow over time.”

Milan won the first leg of their Europa League preliminary round tie, 1-0 away to Craiova, and the second leg at San Siro is next Thursday.

“I expect to go all the way in Europe, not to underestimate the competition and to help prepare for the future by getting the players accustomed to midweek games. It’s preparation for the Champions League, which is our real objective.”

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Re: Vincenzo Montella

24 Sep 2017, 18:56

What possible managers are there that could replace Montella in October?
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

24 Sep 2017, 22:25

Coaches better than Montella in last 10 years:

Ancelotti, Allegri, Mihajlovic.
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

24 Sep 2017, 23:07

:lol:
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

24 Sep 2017, 23:13

I forgot to include Seedorf.
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

24 Sep 2017, 23:18

ChinaReality wrote:
I forgot to include Seedorf.

And Pippo.
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

25 Sep 2017, 00:46

The only reason I don't want Montella to go is because I'm petrified we'll get a spud like Manicni.

Montella has done a lot of good the last year , but he really does seem to lack the ability to take us up and over a certain point.
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

25 Sep 2017, 20:03

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Re: Vincenzo Montella

25 Sep 2017, 23:56

milanist wrote:
And Pippo.


Not so, Pippo, Montella and Brocchi are garbage
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

27 Sep 2017, 13:35

milanist wrote:
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

28 Sep 2017, 21:07

Fans have been critical of Montella for the decision, claiming he is trying to scapegoat the fitness trainer for his own failings this season.

“Please, can anyone who cares about me please stop thinking or writing badly of Vincenzo Montella,” wrote Marra on his Facebook page.

“You cannot let one day, even a sad one, cancel out eight marvellous years. Everything in this world has a beginning and an end. Change is part of life and it helps you grow as men.

“When something happens in life that you don’t like, there’s no point blaming others… everyone is responsible for what happens to them and I am responsible for what happened. Life goes on… always!”
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

29 Sep 2017, 02:05

with Montella :
We have ZERO structure at the back and our killer instinct is non-existent. We could not even put away Rijeka at home.
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

30 Sep 2017, 18:03

EDF on Montella:

"His ability to be clear and ironic at the same time is a great quality and he’s maintained that as a Coach."

"His ability to communicate with players and media is marvellous, but he also maintains his philosophy of football, which is to play the ball and attack the opposition, and gets the best out of his players."
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

01 Oct 2017, 21:41

Montella: "For 4-3-3 you need wingers who score 12-15 goals"

What Vulture has been saying last season, but everyone laughed.

In 4-3-3 you need real and ideal wingers, goalscorers and fast. Look at other Serie A clubs: Insigne 18 goals, Keita 16, Salah 15, Callejon 14, Bernardeschi 11.

But we were happy playing offensive mids instead, Bonaventura with 3-4 goals, and Suso with 6-7. And above all without pace, without counter-attacks, and almost never beating the opponents, or going inside the box.

Wingers of Robben type were needed, to beat the opponent players and score. Not those shitty offensive mids that can't do anything except of crossing.
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Re: Vincenzo Montella

01 Oct 2017, 21:55

people still laugh at vulture so pointless post.
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