Ciprian Tătărușanu, made dust by the Italian press

Ciprian Tătărușanu was trashed by the Italian press, after the disastrous performance in Lazio – AC Milan, the game ended with a score of 4-0 for the formation from the capital of “Cizmei”.

Ciprian Tătărușanu was trashed by the Italian press

Official this time too in the context in which Mike Maignan, Stefano Pioli’s usual number 1, has long-term medical problems, the former Romanian international did not give satisfaction as in other games.

Tătăruşanu severely disappointed, and those from they disbanded him in the end-of-game analysis, giving him a 2, the lowest of any player on the field Tuesday night.

The journalists used harsh words against the Romanian and came to a harsh conclusion: AC Milan must urgently buy another goalkeeper to replace Maignan’s absence.

“There are no words for his performance tonight. He couldn’t do much in the first goal, but he could clearly do better in the second, he let the ball go under him. Before the penalty, bro, af***to. Milan needs another goalkeeper”, the cited source wrote.

Instead, those from “managed” Tătărușanu with the lowest mark, “honor” that went to Rafa Leao, marked with 4, but the Romanian was not too far either: 5 a received the former goalkeeper from FCSB.

“How much Maignan’s absence can be felt. The Rossoneri goalkeeper didn’t make colossal mistakes, but he didn’t give safety either on the occasion of the second goal or on the action of the third”. noted the Italians.

After Tuesday’s stinging defeat, AC Milan remain second in Serie A with 38 points, 12 lengths behind leaders Napoli.

Ciprian Tătărușan could not benefit from Mike Maignan’s medical problems

Ciprian Tătăruşanu, champion last season with AC Milan, he could also take advantage of Mike Maignan’s medical problems this season, after Stefano Pioli revealed at the beginning of January that the Frenchman would be absent for an indefinite period of time.

“Maignan is still not back with that ankle injury and he won’t be back anytime soon. We cannot say when he will return, we are now doing the evaluations with the staff, I cannot say that he will return in two, three or five weeks.

Mike has our full support. He’s willing, but he’s aware that there’s a schedule that needs to be followed because his muscle isn’t reacting the way it should. I don’t know when he’s coming back”Pioli said in early January.

The passion for football, acquired from an early age, could not lead him to a career in the sport he has always loved, but made him choose journalism. A graduate of “Mihai Eminescu” National College, Christian is currently a student of … read more

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