Ac Milan Primavera Team Ready For Final Eight
This Sunday Aldo Dolcetti's boys are set to face a tough battle against Juventus' youth squad in the competition's quarter final held in Gubbio.
Ahead of the Final Eight battle, Ill Diavolo Rosso will be without several important players such as Adria Carmono, Kingsley Boateng along with Simone Calvano who are all injured and weren't called up for this important phase. Another absence is likely to occur since Mattia De Sciglio was summoned into the Italy under 21 side, which simply means he can only participate when the young Rossoneri escaped Juve's challenge and grab the semifinal ticket.
However, there's still positive news for Dolcetti as he can already use the service of talented attacking midfielder, Mattia Valoti, who returned from his Italy under 19 duties few weeks ago. Valoti's presence will be decisive in replacing Carmona's absence since the former Albinoleffe youngster is more than capable in playing as a trequartista, a position which the Spaniard usually took.
The match will be aired by SportItalia on 21.00 (local Italy time), checked out several streaming sites if you're interested in watching it. Winner's from the game will face one of Inter or Palermo, who also plays in the same day as Milan v Juve.
Here are Milan Primavera's called up players for the Final Eight battle:
Goalkeepers: (1)Piscitelli,(12) Narduzzo,(22) Brunelli.
Defenders: (2)Baldan, (15)De Sciglio,(3) Desole, (6)Ely,(4) Ferreira, (13)Guzzo,(24) Rondanini, (18)Speranza.
Midfielders:(5) Bertoni, (20)Cristante, (14)Hottor,(8) Innocenti,(19) Kabamba, (23)Lora,(10) Valoti, (16)Piccinocchi, (25)Pinato.
Strikers:(9) Comi,(11) Ganz, (17)Prosenik, (21)Roggia, (7)Speziale.
Coach: Aldo Dolcetti.
Predicted Line Up
Piscitelli (g);Baldan, Ely, Ferreira, De Sole; Hottor, Bertoni (c), Innocenti; Valoti; Comi,Ganz