Speculation about the future of AC Milan under high-ranking officials who now continue to attract public attention, had collapsed in the relegation red zone, finally they made a big change by introducing the figure of a new coach named Stefano Pioli.
The big questions have continued to flow in recent weeks, due to Milan’s poor performance in the Italian Serie A competition, the issue of the dismissal of the coach before Stefano Pioli was widespread. At such a fast time, AC Milan made an important decision.
The big Serie A club finally cut its partnership with Marco Giampaolo, who is considered to have failed to deal with the Rossonerri in the first seven Serie A giornata this season. The moment occurred in the early hours of the local time, but at that time also there was no decision on who to replace the coach.
In the midst of consideration Milan brought in a new coach, several names emerged such as Arsene Wenger, Luciano Spalletti and Marcelino who were deemed to be suitable for Milan’s playing style. Interestingly here when all the speculation is not true, precisely on Wednesday, early in the morning Milan officially introduced Stefano Pioli as their new tactician.
Investigate a calibaration, the Milan contract with Stefano Pioli is only a short-term duration. Where the short contract only contains a period of cooperation for the next two seasons. Thus, the 64-year-old coach’s contract will expire in the upcoming 2021 season.
Officially Stefano Pioli will be able to start his work after this week’s international break. If we dissect the coach’s profile, then he can be called a seasoned coach with a wealth of experience being the coach of many clubs both inside and outside Italy.
The record reveals Stefano Pioli’s career in the Serie A stage with Chievo, Palermo, Bologna, Lazio, Inter Milan before the last time he handled Fiorentina. From many clubs he coached, no one has been able to be delivered to the highest throne of the Serie A title.
Together with Milan, Stefano Pioli will start his adventure on October 21, 2019 against Lecce in the continuation of Italian Serie A week 9 at the San Siro, Milan.