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Lothar Matthaus - Forza Milan

My AC Milan Story :)
Started on 24 December 2012 by Blue
Latest Reply on 20 June 2013 by JamieBhoy93
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2013-03-24 16:33#87010 The Special one : Good result against Juve
Yeah, fantastic considering they're top :D
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Great job at beating Tottenham. Why u beat Juve?
2013-03-25 04:59#87111 PaukerJ : Great job at beating Tottenham. Why u beat Juve?
Because you support them. I specifically remember beating them to annoy you :P

Milan Sign Three


AC Milan have confirmed the signings of three more young players from overseas. These three players are relatively unknown in the Italian capital, however the Milan backroom staff are convinced that these are yet more players to add to Milan’s already very high-quality academy.

The least expensive one is Pedro Torres, a young Portuguese winger from Freamunde in the Portuguese Segunda Liga. The 16-year-old is unknown even in his home country, but has been unearthed by Milan’s scouts. He was only taken into Freamunde’s academy about a month ago with a lot of other young players, but has caught the eye, and been chosen for his big move. The fee he signed for is presumed to be around £160k.

The most recent, and most unknown of the three signings made by Milan is Finn Lange, from FC Midtjylland in Denmark, who is a striker, but can also play as a winger if he needs to. Like Torres, he was also taken in just this season, but has already developed enough to catch the eye of Sebastiano Rossi, one of Milan’s extensive scouts, who watched Lange play several times for Midtjylland’s youth team. It is well-known that Lange’s best quality is his finishing, with it rumoured to be on a par with Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez. Lange is yet to play for the senior team at Midtjylland, but has already managed to command a massive £1m price tag, which is a big amount for someone unknown to most of the world, and who is only 17.

The most expensive transfer of the trio is Dennis Thijssen, from Belgium. He’s a product of Charleroi’s youth academy, and came through last year. This season, however, has been a big one for the attacking midfielder, as he has made 5 league appearances for his club. He’s yet to play at any level for Belgium, although is eligible to play for the Netherlands as well. His creative skills are regarded as the 16-year-old’s best quality, as well as his set pieces. The fee has been undisclosed for the youngster, but is believed to be about £2.5m, including add-ons.

The sum of the fees of the three youngsters is estimated at around the £3.6m mark, taking their spending on young players since Lothar Matthaus joined the club to around £22.56m, which is a huge amount to spend on players who may all fail at the San Siro. Whether they do fail or not all depends on the coaching provided by Matthaus and his staff.
Nice Regens! :D
The Madridista:
Nice Regens!

Haha, maybe if I'd put screenshots in it would help you decide if they are :P
So much money, all well spent :P

Matthaus’ Diary – End of April 2014

Inter 0-6 Milan – Serie A – 13.4.2014


Milan (4-2-3-1): Abbiati, De Sciglio, Acerbi, Mexes, Antonini, Nocerino, De Jong, El Shaarawy, Boateng, Fabbrini, Pazzini

Subs Used: Lodeiro for Fabbrini (68), Abate for De Sciglio (89), Flamini for De Jong (89)

Red Cards: Juan (Inter, 42 mins)

Goals: Acerbi (2), Mexes (5, 63), Boateng (29), El Shaarawy (68), Lodeiro (89)

MOTM: Mexes (Milan)

Napoli 1-5 Milan – Serie A – 16.4.2014


Milan (4-4-2): Abbiati, Abate, Spolli, Acerbi, Didac, Fabbrini, De Jong, Nocerino, Lodeiro, Hernandez, Pazzini

Subs Used: Boateng for Lodeiro (HT), El Shaarawy for Hernandez (55), Flamini for De Jong (62)

Red Cards: Cannavaro (Napoli, 55 mins)

Goals: Jimenez (2); Hernandez (36, 46), Nocerino (39), Fabbrini (79), Pazzini (88)

MOTM: Nocerino (Milan)

Milan 4-0 Atalanta – Serie A – 19.4.2014


Milan (4-2-3-1): Abbiati, De Sciglio, Acerbi, Mexes, Antonini, Nocerino, De Jong, El Shaarawy, Boateng, Fabbrini, Pazzini

Subs Used: Hernandez for Pazzini (55), Bonera for Acerbi (74), Casarini for Nocerino (74)

Injuries: Acerbi (damaged elbow, 9-11 days)

Goals: Pazzini (2, 23), El Shaarawy (19), Mexes (47)

MOTM: Mexes (Milan)

Milan 1-0 CSKA – 24.4.2014 – UEL SF Leg 1


Milan (4-4-2): Abbiati, Abate, Spolli, Mexes, Didac, Boateng, Nocerino, De Jong, Lodeiro, Hernandez, Pazzini

Subs Used: Antonini for Lodeiro (HT), Flamini for De Jong (55), Bonera for Hernandez (67)

Injuries: Antonini (bruised shin, 5-6 days)

Goals: Antonini (66)

MOTM: Spolli (Milan)

Ascoli 0-0 Milan – Serie A – 27.4.2014


Milan (4-4-2): Amelia, De Sciglio, Bonera, Maldini, Didac, El Shaarawy, Strasser, Casarini, Mastalli, Fabbro, Ramadan

Subs Used: Mesbah for Mastalli (HT), Hernandez for Fabbro (HT), Flamini for Strasser (51)

Goals: None

MOTM: Bonera (Milan)

League Table

Great results against Inter and Napoli :) What happened against Ascoli though? :P
2013-03-27 21:19#87595 Justice96 : Great results against Inter and Napoli :) What happened against Ascoli though? :P
My ass man played the bloody academy :/
Wow, what a great month, especially in the Milan derby, and then Napoli...I didn't realise this is still the same as the Sporting and United save :P Well done for going so long :P
2013-03-28 00:19#87618 joethequin : Wow, what a great month, especially in the Milan derby, and then Napoli...I didn't realise this is still the same as the Sporting and United save :P Well done for going so long :P
Haha, I'm still only in the second season :P
49 PAGES OF FUN AND ADVENTURES! Anyways, you got a Maldini there! Could it be a regen?
2013-03-28 05:59#87640 PaukerJ : 49 PAGES OF FUN AND ADVENTURES! Anyways, you got a Maldini there! Could it be a regen?
Nah, it's Maldini's son lol

Matthaus’ Diary – May 2014

CSKA (1) 1-2 (3) Milan – UEL SF Leg 2 – 1.5.2014


Milan (4-2-3-1): Abbiati, De Sciglio, Acerbi, Spolli, Didac, Nocerino, De Jong, El Shaarawy, Boateng, Fabbrini, Pazzini

Subs Used: Antonini for El Shaarawy (63), Hernandez for Pazzini (72), Loderio for De Sciglio (83)

Goals: Honda (62); Boateng (64, 77)

MOTM: Boateng (Milan)

Milan 2-1 Parma – Serie A – 4.5.2014


Milan (4-2-3-1): Amelia, Abate, Mexes, Derosa, Didac, Flamini, Montolivo, El Shaarawy, Boateng, Lodeiro, Hernandez

Subs Used: Strasser for Montolivo (HT), Nocerino for Flamini (HT), Giudici for Derosa (53)

Injuries: Hernandez (stubbed toe, 5-6 days)

Red Cards: Morrone (Parma, 90+2 mins)

Goals: Boateng (47), Lodeiro (81); Pabon (32)

MOTM: Lodeiro (Milan)

Pescara 1-3 Milan – Serie A – 7.5.2014


Milan (4-4-2): Abbiati, De Sciglio, Acerbi, Mexes, Antonini, Fabbrini, Nocerino, De Jong, Robinho, Fabbro, Pazzini

Subs Used: Petagna for Fabbro (HT), Boateng for Robinho (HT), Maldini for Mexes (68)

Red Cards: De Jong (Milan, two yellows, 68 mins)

Goals: Giorgi (75); Fabbrini (pen 15, pen 19), Pazzini (26)

MOTM: Fabbrini (Milan)

Milan 3-1 Spezia – Serie A – 11.5.2014


Milan (4-4-2): Abbiati, De Sciglio, Acerbi, Mexes, Antonini, El Shaarawy, Nocerino, Casarini, Robinho, Menestrina Dorigatti, Pazzini

Subs Used: Menestrina Dorigatti for Boateng (HT), Didac for Casarini (HT), Fabbrini for Robinho (68)

Injuries: Antonini (groin strain, 2-3 weeks)

Goals: Didac (68), Boateng (84), Pazzini (pen 89); Longo (45)

MOTM: Acerbi (Milan)

End of Season League Table


Well, the season is over, and it was a great recovery after I joined. We won all but two of our games, and now qualified for the Champions League next season, after finishing second behind Juventus. Now we face a Europa League Final against Lille in Turin at Juventus' stadium.

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