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International Call of Duty


For anyone claiming that this side has more quality than Allegri’s sides, their International teams would beg to differ, even considering injuries. While this is probably the lowest number of international callups from Milan I can remember for some time, we do still have a few proud players representing their countries during this international break.

Luckily Conte hasn't watched Cerci this season so he still go the callup

Italy: Cerci and Antonelli
European Qualifier: Bulgaria vs. Italy • Saturday, March 28 • 21:45 CET
Friendly: Italy vs. England • Tuesday, March 31 • 20:45 CET


The De Jong "Not on my watch" move

Holland: De Jong
European Qualifier: Holland vs. Turkey • Saturday, March 28 • 20:45 CET
Friendly: Holland vs. Spain • Tuesday, March 31 • 20:45 CET


Armero: "You want a piece of me?"

Colombia: Armero
Friendly: Bahrain vs. Colombia • Thursday, March 26 • 18:00 CET
Friendly: Colombia vs. Kuwait (in Abu Dhabi) • Monday, March 30 • 18:00 CET


Honda: half footballer, half ninja, 100% Milanista

Japan: Honda
Friendly: Japan vs. Tunisia • Friday, March 27 • 19:30 JST
Friendly: Japan vs. Uzbekistan • Tuesday, March 31 • 19:25 JST



Best of luck to all of the Rossoneri proudly representing their homelands. (And remember no injuries!) For anyone who gets football withdrawals during the International Break like an addict first going into rehab, there are still plenty of games to watch!


This post inspired by the music of The Smiths