MILANELLO – Click here to view the photos from today’s training session at Milanello.
MILAN – Here are the players called up by coach Nava to the Berretti squad for Sunday’s league match against Ancona: Aiolfi, Bolis, Buongiorno, Cavana, Cestagalli, Ferrari, Foresta, Garofoli, Marinello, Masiero, Meleleo, Miti, Mondonico, Papasodaro, Rondanini.
MILAN - Adriano Galliani confirmed earlier today from Milanello that President Silvio Berlusconi will be at the San Siro on Wednesday the 5th of November for Milan-San Lorenzo, which will see the two teams face off in the 23rd edition of the Berlusconi Trophy.
MILAN – Here are the players called-up by coach Cristian Brocchi to the Primavera squad for tomorrow’s match at 14.30 against Cesena:
Bonanni, Bordi, Calabria, Derosa, De Santis, Fabbro, Felicioli, Gamarra, Livieri, Lo, Locatelli, Maldini, Mastalli, Modic, Turano, Vassallo, Vido, De Piano, Mastour, Papasodaro, Aiolfi, Meleleo.
MILANELLO – The squad’s afternoon training session is underway at Milanello. It began with a warm-up followed by some passing drills with the aid of the metal mannequins. Check out the website later for a full breakdown of what the players did.
MILANELLO – The club’s CEO Adriano Galliani spoke about the visit of President Silvio Berlusconi to Milanello earlier today. This is what he had to say: "The President is always positive, he spoke to the team and awarded the players a 7 and the coach an 8. His advice is to score goals, the President has the ability to encourage and bring positivity. We’re in 7 teams separated by just 1 point and Fiorentina are behind on 13, it’s a very close championship. Milan are doing well and it is tight in the league. Montolivo? He can do everything and there are 25 days until the derby, it all depends on what his fitness is like. Bonaventura? He’s much better, but he has to stay at home for 2 days even though he has nothing, but it’s right that he has 48 hours at home."
Galliani continued: "I spoke to Pazzini and the things that were said are between us. De Sciglio is a good player and he has highs and lows like everyone, but he’s not struggling. Diego Lopez is ready, but I don’t pick the team. The coach will decide. The President Berlusconi speaks first with the team, and then we sit down to talk about football, Tassotti and Maldera were also there. I believe that the ankle problem has blocked Torres, he needs to improve, but he’s making the right movements. The movement he made for Honda’s goal from El Shaarawy’s assist, for instance, a selfish player would not have done that."