Serie A: AC Milan sack head coach Sinisa Mihajlovic


Italian Serie A club AC Milan have decided to sack head coach Sinisa Mihajlovic with just six games left until the end of the season. The Serbian manager was replaced by former midfielder Cristian Brocchi.

AC Milan can still win some silverware this season as they are qualified for the Coppa Italia final, but they are sixth in the Serie A, a whole 27 points behind runaway leaders Juventus. They have gained just two points in the last five league matches. Last time out they lost 2-1 at home against Juventus.

Mihajlovic was unable to complete a full season as AC Milan boss, he was appointed in June 2015. According to an official club statement Cristian Brocchi will be in charge until the end of the current season. Brocchi has never managed a team before, he retired from playing football in 2013. He has played for AC Milan between 2001 and 2008, scoring 4 goals in 99 league appearances. He has just one cap for the Italian national team.

AC Milan will play Juventus in the Coppa Italia final, and the Rossoneri are 7/4 at Bet365 to win the trophy.

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  • Serbia Milaneli

    13/4/16

    Eventho I'm Serbian, same as Sinisa Mihajlovic, I've never liked him. He has this strange personality, mentality, and attitude. In his coaching career he had some success with bottom table teams in Italian Seria A. But the way he did job in first Serbian national squad and now in AC Milan is unacceptable. It just shows that he is not up for those kind of high-level challenges. At least not yet.

  • Alexa Alexa

    14/4/16

    When you want to change something in the club,the easiest way is to fire the coach.This was not very good decision,because I think Sinisa still had lot to offer,he only needed much better team.Rossoneri have pretty poor squad,they need changes in all areas of the team,not only on the bench.

  • Slovenia mannixx

    18/4/16

    Overrated coach, he dissapointed at fiorentina, Ac Milan and when he was Serbian coach when he had high goals he always dissapointed.He is more suitable coach for middle table clubs or clubs fighting relegation where he isnt under so much pressure like Bologna, cagliari when he trained them.

  • Bulgaria sharpe

    27/4/16

    It was a strange move by the Milan management and I'm afraid is another wrong one. Because of such decisions Milan is where it is now ant the crisis on and off the field taking really a lot longer than it should. Don't know what exactly they've expected from Mihajlovic for under a season but one thing is for sure, too many coaches means nothing maladministration of the club.

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