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Discussion in 'AC Milan' started by Kqql, Nov 23, 2010.
Was the team lacking work ethic? Oh...
I know right. Thats why I though this was a no brainer... FACKIGN a man....
Nope. I'm talking about Dinho.
Nesta made a few errors this game to think of it. Perhaps he needs some rest. Well guys don't get yourself down about it. Sampdoria isn't an easy team. Cassano or no Cassano. They still have a potent attack that's been misfiring lately. And Juve blew it and drew with Fiorentina (they were lucky to get that draw). So we still six points above them.
The team needs the rest (in particular Nesta), and the next game is Brescia. And they are in horrible shape right now. Then after that Bologna.
We do have that game against Ajax but I expect reserves to play (Yepes instead of Nesta, Pirlo should play that too).
I wasn't pleased with the substitutions either this game... still, Seedorf should have buried that shot.
It's not about trying or not trying... shit happens. It just wasn't our day. Yes, we should have won it, and we definitely had the majority of chances. But that's football. You can create all the chances, but end up with a draw.
I would suggest, however, trying to play Pirlo behind the two strikers once he is fully fit. Push him further up field. It could help with any creativity issue. He always does well with Italy playing like that.
i didn't watch. i was at purdue.... watching the hoosiers beat boilermakers. drawing the match sucks, but with all things in perspective, today could have been a lot worse. on to the next match, and, hopefully, with a week's rest, the guys will be rested and ready to go against brescia.
how was robinho's goal? super-sicky?
Robinho played a really great match... I'm happy. he seems to be playing in a good mood... something he didn't have in England. He found his home. And yes the goal was nice.
He's no flop as some tend to claim. It's been my belief his pace and ability have been crucial for our attack in the absence of Pato...
I really think our guys got crammed with a heavy schedule with some very difficult games. The next two domestic games shouldn't be an issue... and the Ajax game... as I said reserves...
The only worrying game for me is the last one of the year. Roma.
That's not one I'm looking forward to...
Edit: And some pictures of how happy he was after:
Unlucky for us to draw... he deserved the win. But we will get the rest needed!
Must spread, fvk those purduechebags.
Robinho plays so well away from home, like the pressure is off of him to perform and he can play freely. I really enjoyed his game today, he brought out all the futsal-inspired close control skills today. The one where he dummied the ball on the left side of of the 18 yard box, then tried to curl it into the top corner was brilliant.
This game was ours to take, so its disappointing to draw when the win was there but we can afford to draw a tough game on the road now and then. As long as we go into the break with a 6 point gap on our rivals we're in good shape.
Robinho and Ibra are playing well individually, but not as a pair of strikers.
They are lacking cohesion, specially Ibra who sometimes is pretty selfish.
I hope they improve in that aspect.
Ibra's selfish? I mean the guy has 6 assists to his name so far this season... not selfish at all for a striker... and I don't care if he goes for goal himself. He's paid to do that.
Really, it's our midfielders that need to start burying shots they have... specifically Seedorf.
do you really believe what you just wrote? it's awfully short sighted. yes he has 6 assists, but that's no reason to say he shouldn't have more. i haven't noticed the guy to play too selfishly, but to say that he isn't playing that way because he has 6 assists is pretty silly.
I can live with the result. In the second half I thought we might drop after we conceded because of all the tough games we played lately with hardly any rotation.
Suprisingly we stayed strong and tried for a winner altough you could see the fatigue.
Allegri seems very hesitant to make changes now that he has found the balance. There is no sub for Ambro, Gattuso and Seedorf, this surely can't be the long-term plan.