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Ancelotti hopes for Milan to win Scudetto

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Carlo Ancelotti, the coach of Everton, expressed his desire for his former club, AC Milan, to win the Scudetto or Serie A championship. Milan, on the other hand, would find it difficult to achieve this goal.

Milan is in the second position in the standings with 53 points from 25 games, three points behind Inter Milan, who have only played 24 times. The success of Stefano Pioli’s Il Rossoneri has recently deteriorated.

According to Football-Italy, Ancelotti said, “I hope Milan will win it (Scudetto), even though it will be difficult.” “Inter is moving at a breakneck pace.”

“I’m afraid my friend (Inter coach Antonio) Conte won’t grant my wish,” the 61-year-old coach added. Milan must improve their game to win the Scudetto this season, particularly after a 1-1 draw against Udinese after losing 0-2 to Inter Milan and winning 2-1 over Roma.

“We expected to win, and this (Udinese’s draw) was frustrating. “We know it will be difficult against a team that defends with all of their players,” Stefano Pioli said.

“I saw grit and a distinct lack of play. He clarified that there was a lack of consistency and rhythm rather than indignation and determination.”

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