Want to win Serie A this season, here are tips for AC Milan
AC Milan are looking wide at the chance to win their first scudetto in nine years this season. To achieve this target, former Rossoneri coach Arrigo Sacchi has provided some great tips.
For information, AC Milan, which is now being handled by Stefano Pioli, is at the top of the Italian Serie A standings. They lead by 17 points, or two ahead of close rivals, Sassuolo.
It is true that the season is still very long, but AC Milan has shown a pretty convincing performance so that they are believed to be able to end this season’s title drought.
Arrigo Sacchi himself has helped Milan win three Scudettos in the past. According to him, AC Milan currently has the potential to win the League as long as the players can maintain their confidence.
“There is only one secret to getting to the finish line. Believe in yourself, the game and the work you do,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
Furthermore, Sacchi acknowledged that currently the winning candidate teams like Juventus and Inter Milan may not have reached their best level, but at any time both of them could rise up and immediately slide to the top.
“Milan can win the Scudetto in this strange competition, but Pioli’s men must be more confident, meaner and more generous.”
“Only in this way, will they be able to overcome the competition from opponents who are, perhaps, sleeping. But sooner or later, they’ll jump ahead, “he exclaimed.
When viewed from the composition of the squad, AC Milan currently has several top players like Ibrahimovic, Franck Kessie and others.
But Sacchi insisted that the game is the most important thing for a team to achieve success.
“The important thing is to make the whole group understand that the game is fundamental, nothing is more important than that game and you can only achieve success through games,” said Sacchi.
Ibrahimovic especially, this season has indeed been extraordinary. In fact, of the 7 matches in the Italian Serie A 2020/21 season that have taken place, the player has scored 8 goals.