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Rossoneri Round-up for 18 April: Gattuso: “Torino can trouble anyone”

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Gennaro Gattuso spoke at the press conference yesterday before tomorrow’s match against Torino.

In regards to facing Torino, Gattuso said:

In the last years, they have fought a lot. They are a tough team and know exactly what to do. Tomorrow we’ll need a great performance. Torino have a great sense of belonging and a lot of talent up front. When they are in possession, they play good football. They can score at any moment. Belotti knows well how to hurt you. When Torino play well they can trouble anyone.

Milan shouldn’t let the recent disappointing draws to Inter Milan and Napoli distract from the overall goal of Champions League qualification. As long as Milan plays well and picks up points the rest of the way, there is always a chance. Torino isn’t a team to be taken lightly, and staying motivated should allow this team to advance up the table.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Leonardo Bonucci is back for the Torino match. []

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri thinks that the pressure is all on Napoli ahead of this weekend’s match between the two clubs that will almost certainly determine the title. [Black & White & Red All Over]

AS Roma have signed starlet Luca Pellegrini to a deal that runs until 2022. [Chiesa di Totti]

World Football Links

Mexico is preparing for the World Cup in a rather unique way. []

Celta Vigo held 10 man Barcelona to a 2-2 draw. [Barca Blaugranes]

Les Herbiers, a third-division side, made the French Cup final. []

Guingamp, from a tiny town of 7,000 people, have been a Ligue 1 success story, despite the lack of resources. A look at how they do it. [The Independent]

Be careful what you ask for. Everton has asked fans to “rate” manager Sam Allardyce. [The Independent]