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Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul

AC Milan's young Italian duo building a foundation for success

Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and defender Alessio Romagnoli have helped spearhead Milan's Serie A renaissance.
Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and defender Alessio Romagnoli have helped spearhead Milan's Serie A renaissance.

During AC Milan's struggles in recent years, club President Silvio Berlusconi continuously promised supporters that a clear strategy was in place. It was essentially to build the squad around a core of young homegrown players that would eventually usher in a new era of success.

After seemingly neglecting that vision for some time, coupled with several failures in the transfer market, that idea is now firmly taking shape at the San Siro.

A closer look at the Rossoneri's squad shows that half...

Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul

Gianluigi Donnarumma shines but AC Milan held by Udinese

Gianluigi Donnarumma was impressive as AC Milan claimed a draw at home to Udinese on Sunday.

AC Milan were unable to make it three consecutive Serie A wins on Sunday afternoon, as Udinese secured a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw at the San Siro.

Despite dominating for large periods of the game, the Rossoneri came up short in their bid to overturn their deficit after Pablo Armero came back to haunt his former side by giving the Zebrette the lead. M'Baye Niang equalised for the hosts but a winner was not forthcoming.

Milan boss Sinisa Mihajlovic deserves credit for his changes at the interval,...

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Carlos Bacca, M'Baye Niang continue AC Milan's impressive form

Bacca & Niang
AC Milan forwards Carlos Bacca and M'Baye Niang both got on the scoresheet against Palermo.

AC Milan continued their impressive recent form with a deserved 2-0 win over Palermo in Sicily on Wednesday night, with Sinisa Mihajlovic's men visibly growing in confidence.

While goals from Carlos Bacca and M'Baye Niang made the three points safe, the Rossoneri played some impressive attacking football to create countless opportunities as they dominated their rivals for the most part.

Mihajlovic would have perhaps liked to have seen his side be even more clinical, but the Serbian tactician will...

 By Ben Gladwell

AC Milan's Mario Balotelli posts wrong photo of birthplace Palermo

AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli returns to the city of his birth, Palermo, on Wednesday night, and he wanted to show just how proud he is of his roots by posting a picture on Instagram.

"I love the city where I was born!!!" Balotelli wrote. "Palermo!!" he added, with three hearts.

Amo la mia città natale!!! PALERMO ♥️♥️♥️! ( la foto sempre Sicilia è).

A photo posted by Mario Balotelli��������...

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Alex and Kucka impress as AC Milan romp Inter in derby

Alex's opening goal in the 35th minute set the stage for Milan's 3-0 derby win over Inter.
Alex's opening goal in the 35th minute set the stage for Milan's 3-0 derby win over Inter.

AC Milan secured a 3-0 win over Inter at the San Siro on Sunday night, which in turn moved them to within five points of their city rivals in the Serie A standings.

Goals from Alex, Carlos Bacca and M'Baye Niang sealed the victory, although had Mauro Icardi scored his penalty with the Rossoneri just a goal to the good at the time, it could have been a significantly different game.

Nevertheless, the Argentine striker struck the post, and Milan showed a ruthless streak thereafter as Bacca and...

Disappointing Milan, Inter are mirror images of each other ahead of derby

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses Roberto Mancini's comment about Inter Milan's forwards lack of goals.

Yet another derby of discontent awaits us in Milan on Sunday. Tension is building like a crescendo sung by the cathedral choir beneath the Duomo. All under the inscrutable and glinting golden eye of the Madonnina. The city's teams are creaking.

AC Milan won the first leg of their Coppa Italia semifinal on Tuesday and look poised to reach the final for the first time since they last triumphed in this competition 13 years ago. Reason for cheer, you might think, but you would be mistaken. A Mario...