AC Milan officially announced recently that the team’s top forward Piatke will wear the No. 9 jersey next season. For Piatke, the No. 9 player, wearing No. 9 couldn't be more normal. Moreover, he is absolutely worthy of his strength. And after the news was confirmed, it was natural to produce a mostly joking argument, that is, the Milano No. 9 curse. The editor thinks that this view is very cold when it is said as a joke. If it is really serious, then it can only be paid attention.
On the football field, most of the so-called spells are actually just excuses for the weak. Milan's No. 9 spell? Look at Milan's purchase of forwards in recent years Right. Since the retirement of Super Pippo 9, Milan’s No. 9 position is hardly a strong man. Pato is considered the most promising one. He has grown up for two years through the last afterglow of the Milan dynasty, and his future was bright, but outside the stadium. The influence is so much that it is short-lived. The remaining Matteri, Torres, Destro, Adriano, Lapadura, Andre Silva, one of them counts as one, and their strength is not enough. Requirements, coupled with the fact that other positions on the team are also weak, how could there be a strong No. 9. When Higuain came last season, due to the team and the players themselves, the mentality exploded and ended. These can be regarded as yes. Curse?
Last season's winter window, Milan bought Piateke, who had already killed all sides in Genoa after Higuain left, and this stabilized the team's offensive firepower. With 11 goals and 1 assist in 21 games, combined with the meager number of tactical support, Piatek has completely conquered San Siro. This time the team changed coach Gianpaolo, with his magic of using veteran Quagliarella last season In terms of performance, I believe Piatke will have a better performance. The number 9 jersey deserves its name, at least it seems to be the right person now., The right time, the right environment.
Secondly, there is a small part of the spell, which can be attributed to bad luck. Just like Juventus in the Champions League, when the strength is strong, the stronger is encountered; as time goes by, the team's lineup needs to be updated, so it is inevitable that this opportunity will be missed. Look at Liverpool's Champions League this year. Isn't that also a combination of money strength and luck? So there is no curse at all, the so-called curse isIt is an excuse for the weak. Others say it is ridicule, but it is self-deprecating.
(European Football Review-Ermaomao)