This is my first go at a FanPost but here we go.
I came into Milan late as a fan as I was not a huge futbol/soccer fan for awhile. I took to Milan quickly as my dad supported them as a kid even though he grew up in Reggio Calabria. Kaka is what drew me to the team instantly and as the years went by I found another player that I really enjoyed, Clarence Seedorf. Gattuso was also a favorite with this brute style but Seedorf was another type of player. He always seemed in control on and off the pitch. His calm play really drew me in especially in his last years at the club. I only wish i saw him play in his true prime at Milan but that was not the case.
I was never convinced my Allegri since he was a small time coach for a huge club but I still had faith. The first year was all Ibrahimovic in my opinion and Allegri held it together well enough. He did well with what he was given especially in these last few seasons, but I still think he lacked the skills to be a top manager. The whole situation with Allegri is a sad one and he was possibly doomed from the beginning. Now we move on to a even more riskier venture that could truly bust or work for the remainder of the season.
I personally believe that Seedorf will bring a new dynamic to the clubhouse. I can most certainly say that the team will be play harder now without a doubt. He will demand that of them at the very least but will accomplish in a new way that Allegri could not. I wish there were better options for a new coach and maybe Prandelli will come in later but for now this is the boost we need. We clearly need a overhaul in the team but that will not happen instantly. For now I believe that Seedorf will get the best out of the players that we have. We have issues all over the pitch but for now I have faith in Seedorf.
We all know how worldly Seedorf is and respected by both his peers and superiors. Although he is yet unproven this could be the momentum change we need at the moment. I've realized that things are going to get worse before they get better and hopefully the bad is over for now.
Forza Milan forever!