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Old 10-09-2005, 12:35   #16
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has anyone got the new home shirt it looks quite nice but prefer last years have there 3rd kit from last year
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Old 10-09-2005, 12:36   #17
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Milan lacked a good natural borne winger for a great period of time
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milan will prove thier class and triumph in siera a and europe
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Old 10-09-2005, 15:08   #19
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That remains to be seen. Good players, but how will they gel? Maldini is having fitness problems, Gattuso feels under intense pressure. Tonight's home match against Siena must end with a win for us in order to get things moving in the right direction.

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AC Milan 3 (Ambrosini 15, Shevchenko 31, Kaka 80)
Siena 1 (Tudor 43)
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I know this is a Milan thread. but i feel Inter can challenge you guys this time. Its gonna be tight this season for sure. Aslong as Juve dont win, and one of the Milan teams do it, ill be fine, even better if it was Inter.
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I know this is a Milan thread. but i feel Inter can challenge you guys this time. Its gonna be tight this season for sure. Aslong as Juve dont win, and one of the Milan teams do it, ill be fine, even better if it was Inter.
Milan's undoing will be the defence this season. Trust me on that. Juventus or Inter will win the Scudetto, and Milan will be a distant third or fourth. This will see the end of Ancelotti's reign and will herald the era of a new coach who will be either Marco Van Basten, Franco Baresi or Mauro Tassotti.
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has anyone got the new home shirt it looks quite nice but prefer last years have there 3rd kit from last year
Yes it is nice, I like the third kit most the black one its so good i don't how to explain how good it is.
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Old 23-09-2005, 13:01   #24
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I've got the black one. It's lovely!
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How Milan do against Lazio... 2-0 last I heard... ?
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Old 23-09-2005, 16:31   #26
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It finished 2-0. Shevchenko after 11 minutes with a brilliant run and shot, Kaka on 14 when Sereni spilled a save straight into the Brazilian's path just yards from the line. Lazio were unlucky not to score and Milan would have had three or more if Sereni hadn't started redeeming himself with good saves from Shevchenko and Vieri.
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SHEVA IS KING. KAKA IS WAY TOO GOOD.

But honestly I don't see milan winning Seria this season but maybe CL.

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Old 17-10-2005, 21:50   #28
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Lots of conversation here......

Anyway, a nice enough 2-0 win at Cagliari last night with goals from Gilardino (1) and Shevchenko (27).

Not too sure how we'll do against PSV Eindhoven. Nesta is out with injury so Maldini will play in the centre with Stam most probably, Cafu will be down the right and either Kaladze or Jankulovski down the left. Vieri looks set to start in attack with Shevchenko.

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After three weeks without any European club action, the all out dog fight that is the Champions League starts back up, and this particular match up could be the pick of the litter.
BACKGROUND

Let’s turn back the clock to last season’s two-legged semifinal clash between these two sides. At the San Siro in Milan, where the current fixture will take place, the Rossoneri stole a 2-0 win to give themselves a huge advantage going into the second leg in Eindhoven. The first goal was scored by Andriy Shevchenko, unsurprisingly, shortly before halftime. The second, however, was a strike by since-departed Jon Dahl Tomasson (to Stuttgart in Germany) in the 90th minute. This ill-fated two-goal loss was undeserved, because the visitors had played very well. Fast-forward one week to PSV’s Philips Stadion. Milan, who supposedly had the memories of the previous season’s failure out of their minds (after winning 4-1 at home versus Deportivo la Coruña of Spain, Milan collapsed in the return leg, losing 4-0 to crash out of the Champions League in the quarterfinals), were at the same time determined to prove that the aforementioned debacle was a mere fluke. PSV came out of the gates at a rapid pace, and their efforts were rewarded in only the 9th minute as Ji-Sung Park put the Dutch-side ahead. It appeared as though the match may have been headed for extra-time when Philip Cocu leveled the aggregate score in the 65th. Seemingly near the end, Milan stunned the crowd. Off of a cross by Kakà, Massimo Ambrosini headed into the far corner of the net. PSV did not hang their heads after this goal, and got a third in the second minute of stoppage time. This was not enough, though, as the away goal sent Milan through to the final. Despite the loss, PSV were given much credit for the inspirational, attacking football they played in the two matches. Milan, on the other hand, were berated with questions of whether the demons of past-failures would overshadow their upcoming battle with Liverpool in the final in Istanbul, Turkey. And, following the hugely-disappointing result (I don’t have to remind you), some argued they did.

We now come to the match at hand. While manager Carlo Ancelotti made an attempt to alter the defensive posture of the side, they have reverted to the usual 4-3-1-2 formation that saw them suffer the historic loss in the final against Liverpool. Few additions were made to the squad, with nearly the same first-choice lineup. Conversely, PSV have had the usual defections of top players to more high-profile clubs. Ji-Sung Park joined Manchester United, and inspirational-midfielder Mark Van Bommel is at Barcelona. One interesting departure is Johann Vogel. He actually joined Milan in the summer, but will probably not feature in this match. While he was not ever one of the stars of the squad, he did give the side a bit of grit in the midfield.


TEAM NEWS

Milan is going to have to do without usual first-choice defender Alessandro Nesta, who injured his left fore finger, and is out for about a month. Filippo Inzaghi and Marek Jankulovski both made their return from long injury-spells at the weekend as substitutes, and either could find some time on the pitch in this match. Another player returning from injury is Massimo Ambrosini, who, as already stated, was a key component in last season’s second leg.

PSV is affected by the injury bug more so than Milan. Defender Michael Reiziger could be fit for this match, and summer-signing Michael Ball is cup-tied after transferring from Rangers of Glasgow. The major blow is that Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink is suspended after being shown two yellow cards in the first half of their last Champions League match, a 3-0 defeat to Fenerbahçe.


PLAYERS TO WATCH

Andriy Shevchenko (Milan)
He scored from nearly thirty yards at the weekend against Cagliari. If ever there was one for the big stage, it is this Ukrainian superstar.

DaMarcus Beasley (PSV)
The American has made the left-sided midfield role his own after the departure of Arjen Robben two summers ago. With the loss of Van Bommel and Park, his play and leadership qualities have improved. He can outrun pretty much anyone, and he must provide service for his teammates if PSV are to breach the Milan defense.


POSSIBLE STARTING XI’s

Milan (4-3-1-2):
Dida; Cafù, Stam, Maldini, Kaladze; Gattuso, Pirlo, Seedorf; Kakà; Shevchenko, Gilardino

PSV (4-4-2):
Gomes; Reiziger, Ooijer, Alex, Lamey; Ferreyra, Simons, Cocu, Affelay; Beasley, Farfan


PREDICTION

Without the presence of Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink to challenge the Milan defense in the air, the speed of Beasley and Farfan will at least keep the Rossoneri backline honest, especially since Nesta is unavailable. PSV are not the same side which almost embarrassed Milan last season, and the loss of Van Bommel will be evident. Andriy Shevchenko and Alberto Gilardino both scored on Sunday, and their partnership is gaining steam by the match. This is clearly going to be a hard-fought tussle, but the class of Milan will show through.

Milan 2-0 PSV
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