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I know..shame! Those five minutes with Niang's miss and the (offside) second goal changed the game. But still, we weren't quite good enough, I think.
It's a very good point: if Milan were still the same team as last year, would El-Shaarawy have had the chance to shine as he has? I very much doubt it. Even if he had played, a team with Ibrahimovic in it is often dominated by him, so El-Shaarawy may have been just a supporting player.
Galliani's said Allegri stays for now but I read Berlusconi was not happy with the constant formation tinkering. I was all for giving Allegri some time but he has to show us some signs he's going in the right direction, and I don't think he's done that.
I think it's clear that El-Shaarawy is the real deal. Other than that though, it's becoming increasingly clear that Milan need a change. Allegri tried out about three different formations last night, which proves he doesn't have a clear vision for the team, and just hopefully hanging on to him is not going to improve matters. Don't know if saw my Guardiola article but that would be fantastic. But even if that doesn't come off, or won't for a while, I think the whole team would probably benefit from bringing in, say, Tassotti as an interim manager.