A year ago, the Italians were celebrating a 2-0 win over Brazil, which brought Italy’s Serie A title bid back on track to the top four, but that’s no longer the case.
In fact, the Italian press is already discussing the possibility of a second Champions League berth in 2019, which would be the first time in almost two decades the top two sides have both won the competition.
The two sides will meet again on June 11th in Milan, which will mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of Giuseppe Mezzogiorno, the team’s legendary coach, who was an Italian international for Italy between 1914 and 1922.
But that would also be the 100-year anniversary of Mezzoni’s first game in Milan.
Milan have won Serie A every season since 1923, and have reached the Champions League final just once in the last 25 years, a 2–2 draw with Barcelona in 2011.
With the league in such disarray, the Bianconeri have been left with a choice between staying up and staying down, and that’s what the Serie A season has become.
For Mezziorno, who won two Serie A titles and two Coppa Italia titles, the game will be his final one in the league.
After his departure, Mezzini’s team will be looking to continue that tradition with a fourth successive win.
“Milan are playing in the Champions’ League.
I don’t know if I will ever be back,” he told the Corriere della Sera.
“I can’t imagine going back to the field after that.
If you can do everything you can to keep the club going, I’m very happy. “
In the end, we’re all Milan fans.
This is the story of the life of a legend, the life and career of a coach, the story behind the birth and death of a hero, and the journey of a player who is the ultimate legend.”
We have a great team, but we have to keep going in the best possible way.”
This is the story of the life of a legend, the life and career of a coach, the story behind the birth and death of a hero, and the journey of a player who is the ultimate legend.