Mon, 21 April 2014
According to rumors, winning five straight after a season like this gets you sacked. After winning two straight games at home, the prospect of Europa League qualification also looms more closely, too. And welcoming back last season’s young hero from injury just raises even more questions about the summer and next year. It’s the home stretch of a dysfunctional season, and so there is plenty to talk about.
• News of the Week: Don’t Mess with the Crest™, Annual “bored” meeting, Seedorf news
• Reviews: Serie A week 33 vs. Catania, Serie A week 34 vs. Livorno
• Upcoming Matches Preview: Serie A week 35 at Roma, Serie A week 36 the Derby della Madonnina vs. Inter
• Prognosis: Europa League Qualification
• Player Spotlight: Stephan El Shaarawy
Thanks so much to Vinny for a fantastic podcast. Check out the Red Card Weekly show on YouTube each week and be sure to subscribe to their channel so you never miss an episode. Also follow them on Twitter @RedCardWeekly
Tue, 8 April 2014
It may be hard to believe after this season, but Milan have won three in a row. And not just any three games, either. The winning extends beyond the pitch, though, with the new Casa Milan officially unveiled and new commercial ventures being sought in what seems to be the best efforts yet to acquire a new stadium in the near future. After so much heartbreak, it seems that Milan are back to winning ways, and the future looks red and black.
Today’s podcast features another new guest, Anthony, also known as @sportscaddy. He is a young journalist who is a featured writer for the Bleacher Report UK and also writes for A Football Report. He is aldo one of the admins for the AC Milan Club NY/NJ. We discussed:
• News of the Week: Casa Milan, new commercial ventures, and a new Sporting Director in our near future
• Tactics Talk: To attack or defend?
• Reviews: Serie A week 30 at Fiorentina, Serie A week 31 vs. Chievo, Serie A week 32 at Genoa
• Upcoming Matches Preview: Serie A week 33 vs. Catania, Serie A week 34 vs. Livorno
• Seedorf’s Report Card: Does he make the grade so far?
Thanks so much to Anthony for a fantastic discussion. Please follow him on Twitter @sportscaddy and also follow @ACMilanNYC. Check out bleacherreport.com/uk and afootballreport.com for his fantastic writing.