AC Milan manager Stefano Pioli tries to channel his ambitious determination to the Rossoneri players regarding the target at the end of this season. The former Inter Milan manager is determined to win the Italian Serie A title and the Europa League at the same time.
After slumping in the last few years, AC Milan does look like it’s starting to wake up from its long ‘sleep’. They achieved a series of positive results, especially since the second half of the 2019/20 season yesterday.
In fact, under Stefano Pioli’s direction, the club nicknamed the Rossoneri has not been beaten in their last 20 matches in all competitions.
The last time they lost was the match against Genoa in March 2020. Even in the last nine matches in a row, AC Milan always managed to win.
Finally, Milan won the Milan derby against Inter through a narrow score of 2-1. Afterwards, Stefano Pioli’s men will duel against Scottish champions Celtic in the Europa League.
Ahead of the match, coach Stefano Pioli then expressed his determination to help Milan win titles in two competitions, the Europa League and the Italian Serie A.
“We are Milan, and we have to be ambitious. We cannot choose between the League and Europe. We will continue to think about one game at a time, ”
“We want to do well in Europe, we are in one of the least important, but we will try to win the Cup. Our group is balanced, we only think about Celtic, “said the manager on Radio Anch’io, via Italian Football.
Furthermore, Pioli, who has also worked with Lazio, expressed his opinion regarding the key behind Milan’s rise. According to him, it was all because of the arrival of new players, including Ibrahimovic.
“I think it starts in January 2020, with an important market and building a team that is closer to our ideas.”
“The arrival of Zlatan, Kjaer and the others has boosted our pride. We are a united group, we know difficult times will come, but we just want to think about the next game, “he said.
As for the standings, Milan are now in the top position with perfect points from four matches.