AC Milan managed to claim all three points from the clash against Lecce last night, putting four goals past their former goalkeeper Gabriel. Although there were some struggles, it was important for the Rossoneri to start the resumption with a win, given how important the season finale will be.
Stefano Pioli will be delighted with the performance as Milan’s main struggle this season has been the scoring and even without Zlatan Ibrahimovic, they managed to rise to the occasion. Better yet, there were four different goalscorers and Ante Rebic got his revenge from the Juve clash by scoring the third. Continue reading →
We have officially made our way past the halfway point of the 2019/20 Serie A season, and the table is certainly beginning to tell us a lot about who are the contenders and who are the pretenders.
Last week, AC Milan picked up their first win of 2020 with a 2-0 result over Cagliari. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Rafael Leão provided the goals for the Rossoneri who produced one of their best collective efforts to date. Meanwhile, Lazio squeaked out their 10th straight league win thanks to Ciro Immobile’s 20th on the campaign, while Inter and Atalanta played to an action-packed 1-1 draw at San Siro.
Injuries to Merih Demiral and Nicolo Zaniolo marred what was an exciting finale on Sunday between Juventus and Roma, the former of which held on 2-1.
Now, after a slew of midweek Coppa Italia fixtures, we turn our attention to round 20 and give you the five names you should consider adding to your fantacalcio roster. Continue reading →
Another international break came and went. Italy made it a perfect 10 wins from 10 matches in 2020 UEFA Euro qualifying with a battering of Armenia 9-1 to put a bow on their campaign, while Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey scored a brace to ensure Wales’ spot next summer in a 2-0 win against Hungary.
While there are still nations battling it out for several remaining spots in the tournament, it is time to redirect our attention back on the club football scene we love so much and bring you those to consider adding to your fantacalcio roster ahead of this Serie A round.
Wave goodbye to the dreaded (depending on who you ask) international break and welcome club football back into your lives this weekend.
Round 3 of the 2019/20 Serie A season does not quite measure up to Round 2 in terms of the matchups as it was ‘rivalry week’, but calcio fans should expect more of the same drama from early on in the campaign.
If you have joined one of our many ‘fantacalcio’ leagues hosted on the site, then you will want to brush up on who to consider adding to your respective rosters for this week based on what we have watched thus far.
Here are five players trending upward that you should look to add this weekend. Continue reading →
The transfer market has finally come to an end, thankfully. After several months of rumours, AC Milan will now be able to focus fully on the season ahead. During the summer, the Rossoneri made a total of six signings for the first team, and down below are my ratings of them all. Continue reading →
As opposed to previous weeks, the transfer market has entered a stage where some of the rumours actually materialize, at least for AC Milan. This week, the Rossoneri announced the signing of Theo Hernandez, and more announcements are expected. Down below are the latest rumours about the team.
Theo Hernandez officially announced: the details
As mentioned, the signing of the left-back was announced on Saturday, even though the deal had been done for a while now. Contrary to previous reports, though, Hernandez has joined Milan on a permanent basis for a reported fee of €20m. In a statement on their website, the Rossoneri confirmed the signing. Continue reading →