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Serafini uses car analogy to describe new Milan: "More spare parts, elegant bodywork"

May 28, 2023

AC Milan started the season in the best way possible with a 2-0 win against Bologna. Thanks to the new signings, the Rossoneri now have depth that they really haven’t had before, as Luca Serafini highlights.

Milan have brought in nine new players this summer and have also parted ways with a few, most notably Sandro Tonali. The new signings that played in the opener, above all Tijjani Reijnders and Christian Pulisic, did really well and have increased the hopes for this season.

In his latest editorial for MilanNews, the MilanTV pundit Luca Serafini describes Milan by using a car analogy. Thanks to the business this summer, Stefano Pioli now has more ‘spare parts’ while still having the edge of an ‘elegant bodywork’.

“Stefano Pioli has been driving a beautiful but imperfect car for four years. Underestimated, snubbed in the predictions and patronised despite the many positive results, the car has travelled in Italy and Europe in constant search for improvements.

“The car at the start of this season is certainly one of the more equipped versions, with more spare parts and elegant bodywork, but clearly with an engine still to be tested. Milan must have a certain sense of cautiousness, but always with a broad vision and courage” he writes.

Milan will take on Torino in the second round tomorrow and San Siro is more or less sold out for the clash. Pioli is expected to use the same starting eleven and it remains to be seen if they can continue on the positive trend.

Last season ACM sparepart are trash in bench like CDK,origi,rebic,aster prank,adili,florenzi,saladmaker,bakayoko. This season sparepart look good

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AC Milan started the season in the best way possible with a 2-0 win against Bologna. Thanks to the new signings, the Rossoneri now have depth that they really haven’t had before, as Luca Serafini highlights.