Now We're Talking Football
Now We're Talking Football
This episode of Milan Insider celebrates the Rossoneri Resurrection of 2012-13 with a serious reality checkpoint on what the club has done to reach its two most important objectives after a period of astounding transformation that began last summer and appears to be coming to a successful conclusion. Already having made it out of the group stage in the Champions League, the most important goal is reaching top-three to continue that trend of Champions League appearances for the next season, having achieved the most astounding result of all, dismantling Barcelona at San Siro with a sense of fight and purpose not seen since 2007. It was a night to remember the great AC Milan-Barcelona battles of yesteryear, but also a confirmation that Riccardo Montolivo has begun to recapture the form of his best days when he was at Fiorentina with Cesare Prandelli and how the arrival of SuperMario has sparked a revival for the Rossoneri where its youngest, most brightest stars of the future have begun to adapt to what should be the most dynamic front line in football for many years to come. Milan still has some serious cracks to fill and in segment two we discuss what some of the hottest links appear to be at this stage of planning for summer, how central midfield and defence will be the object of much speculation and need for the club next season, how the transition might just take a couple of more transfer periods to sort out fully. We discuss the matter of Kevin Strootman, Angelo Ogbonna and Dede, what could happen in a restructured midfield and how a new philosophy being cast throughout the club will not only affect some players currently on the roster, but also prepare the ground for a number of talented Primavera players who look to be joining the first team next season and that starts with Bryan Cristante who is set to sign a new five year deal. Also discussed here are your questions, ranging from the goalkeepers, the arrival of Saponara and Jorginho on a co-ownership deal with Verona and Bartosz Salamon who joined late in the January window. We break down the SuperMario, Niang, El Shaarawy partnership and why Balotelli is so important to that mix, whether Pazzini has a future at Milan with two wide men up top and a whole host Milan topics driven entirely by our listeners.
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