Milan Curva Sud to protest coach and club in Genoa match


In a move aimed at sending a clear message to club management, Milan ultras have confirmed their decision to remain silent during the upcoming Serie A fixture against Genoa. The Curva Sud Milano, in an announcement made via their official Instagram account, stated that they would refrain from displaying banners, waving flags, or offering any form of vocal support during the match.

The ultras have urged ordinary fans to join their protest, emphasizing their collective desire to see the club continue its investment policy initiated last summer. They are advocating for the selection of a coach capable of motivating the team and harnessing the potential of young players, while also making strategic signings to address any gaps that have emerged over the course of the season.

The statement reads:

“On Sunday against Genoa Curva Sud Milano and AIMC will not display banners/flags/banners and will refrain from any form of cheering.

We invite all the rest of the public present at the stadium to join this form of protest that has as its sole objective, that of encouraging the club to continue with the line of investment undertaken last season, focusing on a coach who knows how to stimulate the group and enhance the youth, making targeted purchases in the roles left uncovered this season.

It is not up to us, as always, to make choices and names, the important thing is that the club sends a clear and strong signal that it wants to strengthen the project set up last summer.

Always with Milan in our hearts!”



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