Milan identify 3 managers to replace Pioli as interim and long-term options assessed

Stefano Pioli was reaffirmed as the head coach yesterday, but it is evident that he will have to make an immediate difference in his Milan’s situation or risk losing the support of the ownership.

Milan’s management must certainly plan for all scenarios, including the possibility that the team will be unable to break out of their current rut and will continue to struggle in the league, putting their place in the top four at risk.

According to Libero (via MilanNews), if a change in head coach is required during the current season, an interim manager will be appointed to lead things through until the end of the season.


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Andriy Shevchenko is a name that has emerged, and he has been offered to management via intermediaries, but this option does not excite them. The most likely outcome is that Ignazio Abate is promoted.

In the summer, the team would look for a player with greater experience. Thiago Motta, who is having a fantastic season with Bologna, is a name to remember for the future.

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