Milan on the missing persons list |  Nobody wants to go to Everton

Milan on the missing persons list | Nobody wants to go to Everton

Milan is missed

At the end of the 19th match day, AC Milan had to play against Lazio Roma in yesterday’s top game. The master got himself a real slap in the face. The team around top star Rafael Leão went swimming with 0:4. The Italian press criticized the Rossoneri players on Wednesday. ‘La Gazzetta dello Sport’ writes: “Milan is gone.” SSC Napoli now lead Serie A by 12 points and are on course to claim their first title since 1989/90. On the other hand, the newspaper with the pink paper has the following headline about Milan: “The crisis continues.” The reigning champion can also be found on the cover of the ‘Corriere dello Sport’: “Milan is gone.” The table in Italy promises an exciting fight for the Champions League places. Milan coach Stefano Pioli has to see that his team gets back on track.

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Quarterfinals in the Copa del Rey

Today FC Barcelona dominates the title pages in Spain. They meet Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey. The ‘Mundo Deportivo’ advertises the cup game with super talent Pedri and the time: “21.00 H”. In ‘Sport’, on the other hand, you see Robert Lewandowski, who will return to the starting XI. The newspaper speaks of a top game, which is about getting into the semi-finals. In the league, the two clubs are separated by just six points.

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Nobody wants to go to Everton

Everton FC is in crisis. After Frank Lampard was kicked out, finding a coach is difficult. As the ‘Daily Mirror’ proclaims, “The hunt for the new Everton boss is becoming a farce.” According to the tabloid, the club is trying to get Marcelo Bielsa and Ralph Hasenhüttl. Bielsa should, however “very concerned” be able to take on the job, Hasenhüttl is said to have already canceled. The solution could be ex-coach Sam Allardyce, the newspaper said. However, ‘The Guardian’ reports that the club is now “for sale” stands. “Farhad Moshiri, the owner, is putting the club on the market for more than €550m after a chaotic day”, reports the reputable British daily newspaper. When they are penultimate in the table, chaos reigns supreme.

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