It looks like AC Milan’s owner will grace the Milan faithful with his presence at Sunday’s match against Inter Milan.
It’s reported #ACMilan owner Yonghong Li will attend Sunday night’s Derby della Madonnina against #Inter. https://t.co/AxBErmAXKF #FCIM pic.twitter.com/B00YRnOpTI— footballitalia (@footballitalia) March 2, 2018
Per Football Italia, Yonghong Li will attend the Derby della Madonnina on Sunday:
The businessman took over the Rossoneri last April, but day-to-day running is left to Han Li, Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli.
However, MilanNews reports that the patron will be in attendance at San Siro on Sunday night when the Diavolo face their city rivals.
The game could prove crucial for Champions League qualification, which is Milan’s minimum aim for this season.
I wonder if he’ll update any of the news surrounding his finances?
And seriously, I hope that people aren’t celebrating this, as this might be one of the most important matches in the Serie A this season. It should be a given that the owner shows up for this kind of match.
On to the links.
AC Milan and Italian Football Links
We think that Mino Raiola should shut up. [AC Milan Offside]
A look at what the new TV right deal means for Serie A clubs. [AC Milan Offside]
Blaise Matuidi said that playing at Juventus “improved him.” [Football-Italia.net]
Leonardo Bonucci says that the Derby della Madonnina is “special” but wants to win to get three points closer to a Champions League spot just as much. [Football-Italia.net]
World Football Links
Manchester City was fined £50,000 by the English FA for “failing to control” their players after the FA Cup loss to Wigan Athletic. I don’t know how they will be able to come up with the money for that. [BBC.com]
Borussia Mönchengladbach drew 2-2 at home with Werder Bremen after leading 2-0 at half-time. [Sky Sports.com]
Sunderland will allow homeless people a place to sleep and will offer a hot meal as a batch of cold, snowy weather plagues the Northeast of England. [The Guardian]
The loan deal for Crystal Palace’s Jordan Mutch was finally announced by the Vancouver Whitecaps yesterday, as the announcement was accidentally leaked online back in January. [Eighty Six Forever]