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Stefano Pioli was announced as the new coach of AC Milan but perhaps the Italian is not the best choice for the Rossoneri.
When two people fight (Spalletti and Inter), at times, a third one wins. In this case Stefano Pioli. The ongoing dispute between Luciano Spalletti and his former club forced AC Milan to make a U-turn and focus on Pioli reports La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Luciano Spalletti will not be the new coach of AC Milan. Although the 60-year-old had agreed a two-year deal with the Rossoneri he couldn’t terminate his contract with Inter in time and AC Milan can’t wait for much longer.
Spalletti is under contract with the N
Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban are the big sponsors of
. The management duo are confident in his qualities and corporate spirit. Stefano signed a two-year contract until 2021 at 1.5 million euros per season. Although Elliot were not 100% convinced by this choices they have gave the green light to Maldini and Boban to close a deal. They are the guarantors of the Parma-born coach. But is Stefano Pioli the right choice for AC Milan?
Perhaps not and he risks becoming “the umpteenth own goal” of AC Milan. Pioli has been coaching for more than 15 years but with modest results. He has been in charge of Serie A sides like Parma, Sassuolo, Palermo, Lazio, Bologna, Inter and Fiorentina.
His third-place Serie A finish with Lazio in 2015 is Pioli’s highest note on his curriculum. He lasted just seven months at Inter. With the rest of his clubs he records many mid-table placings and sackings. AC Milan were able to”snatch” Pioli from the competition of Sampdoria and Genoa but perhaps they are signings just a second Giampaolo.