Since Max Allegri was fired in January 2014, Milan have had eight different tacticians on their bench and Stefano Pioli will make it nine.
The Rossoneri have seen a constant turnaround of Coaches, not helped by the fact that during that same period, the club has been under three different owners and a multitude of directors.
Following Allegri’s dismissal in January 2014, Milan had assistant manager Mauro Tassotti take charge of one game before Clarence Seedorf saw out the season.
Pippo Inzaghi was promoted from the Primavera youth team job to the main stage and lasted one campaign.
Sinisa Mihajlovic took the job and was fired in April 2016, making way for Cristian Brocchi until the end of that season.
Vincenzo Montella was a rare beast in that he stayed on the bench for more than one full campaign and was the only one to achieve silverware, winning the Italian Super Cup against Juventus on penalties.
Montella was dismissed in late November 2017, with Gennaro Gattuso again pushed up from the Primavera youth team.
Rino stayed on for the whole 2018-19 season and then quit before he could be fired, terminating the contract by mutual consent.
Marco Giampaolo was appointed in the summer, but was axed after just seven games and 111 days in charge, a new record.
The last time Milan finished a Serie A season in the top four was in 2011-12.
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