1994–95 A.C. Milan season

Associazione Calcio Milan lost their supremacy of Italian football, finishing just fourth in Serie A, also losing the Champions League final to Ajax. Marco van Basten was forced to end his career due to a knee injury, and the lack of goals scored was a main difference between Milan and champions Juventus, and even though Milan scored more goals than in 1993-94, the defensive line was not as unassailable as the season before.

Milan
1994–95 season
PresidentSilvio Berlusconi
ManagerFabio Capello
StadiumSan Siro
Serie A4th
Coppa ItaliaRound of 16
UEFA Champions LeagueRunners-up
Supercoppa ItalianaWinners
European Super CupWinners
Intercontinental CupRunners-up
Top goalscorerLeague:
Marco Simone (17)

All:
Marco Simone (21)

SquadEdit

GoalkeepersEdit

DefendersEdit

MidfieldersEdit

AttackersEdit

TransfersEdit

InEdit

First Team
Date Position No. Player From club Transfer fee
1 July 1994 M   Massimo Orlando   Fiorentina
1 July 1994 DF   Gianluca Sordo   Torino £2,5m[1]
1 July 1994 M   Giovanni Stroppa   Foggia
1 July 1994 F 4   Ruud Gullit   Sampdoria £0m
30 June 1994 MF   Carlo Cudicini   Calcio Como £0m
30 June 1994 DF   Roberto Lorenzini   Genoa £0m
1 December 1994 DF   Enzo Gambaro   Fiorentina £0m
1 December 1994 MF   Francesco Cozza   A.C. Reggiana
10 November 1994 F   Paolo Di Canio   Juventus
30 June 1994 DF   Enzo Gambaro   Napoli £0m

OutEdit

First Team
Date Position No. Player From club Transfer fee
1 August 1994 DF   Mirco Sadotti   Cesena £0m
1 July 1994 F   Jean-Pierre Papin   Bayern München
1 July 1994 F   Brian Laudrup   Glasgow Rangers
1 July 1994 FW   Florin Răducioiu   RCD Español
1 July 1994 MF   Fernando De Napoli   A.C. Reggiana
1 July 1994 F   Daniele Guerzoni   Monza Calcio £0m
11 November 1994 D  Alessandro Orlando   Juventus
11 November 1994 F  Ruud Gullit   Sampdoria [2]

Loans endedEdit

First Team
Date Position No. Player From club Transfer fee
30 June 1994 MF   Carlo Cudicini   Calcio Como £0m
30 June 1994 DF   Roberto Lorenzini   Genoa £0m
30 June 1994 DF   Enzo Gambaro   Napoli £0m
30 June 1994 F   Ruud Gullit   Sampdoria £0m

Loans inEdit

First Team
Date Position No. Player From club Transfer fee
10 November 1994 F   Alessandro Melli   Sampdoria

Loans outEdit

First Team
Date Position No. Player From club Transfer fee
1 July 1994 DF   Enzo Gambaro   Fiorentina £0m
1 July 1994 M   Angelo Carbone   Fiorentina £0m
1 July 1994 MF   Francesco Cozza   A.C. Reggiana £0m
1 December 1994 DF   Enzo Gambaro   A.C. Reggiana £0m
1 December 1994 DF   Roberto Lorenzini   Torino £0m
1 December 1994 MF   Francesco Cozza   Vicenza Calcio £0m

CompetitionsEdit

Serie AEdit

League TableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
2 Lazio 34 19 6 9 69 34 +35 63 Qualification for the 1995–96 UEFA Cup
3 Parma 34 18 9 7 51 31 +20 63 Qualification for the 1995–96 UEFA Cup Winners Cup[a]
4 Milan 34 17 9 8 53 32 +21 60 Qualification for the 1995–96 UEFA Cup
5 Roma 34 16 11 7 46 25 +21 59
6 Internazionale 34 14 10 10 39 34 +5 52
Source: Serie A, RSSSF.com, Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head points; 3) Head-to-head goal difference; 4) Goal difference; 5) Goals scored; 6) Draw. (Note: Head-to-head record is used only after all the matches between the teams in question have been played).[3]
Notes:
  1. ^ Parma qualified for the UEFA Cup Winners Cup first round as runner-up of 1994–95 Coppa Italia.

MatchesEdit

Top scorersEdit

Coppa ItaliaEdit

Second roundEdit

Third roundEdit

Supercoppa ItalianaEdit

UEFA Champions LeagueEdit

Group stageEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
  Ajax 6 4 2 0 9 2 +7 10
  Milan 6 3 1 2 6 5 +1 5[a]
  Casino Salzburg 6 1 3 2 4 6 −2 5
  AEK Athens 6 0 2 4 3 9 −6 2
Source:[citation needed]
Notes:
  1. ^ Milan were docked two points for crowd trouble against Casino Salzburg on Matchday Two.

Knockout phaseEdit

Quarter-finalsEdit
Semi-finalsEdit
FinalEdit

Intercontinental CupEdit

European Super CupEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Benedetto Ferrara (30 May 1994). "Benvenuta crisi, ai saldi si compre". La Repubblica. Retrieved 22 November 2011.
  2. ^ Fabio Monti (10 November 1994). ""Qui non resto". E il Milan s'arrende". Corriere della Sera. Retrieved 22 November 2011.
  3. ^ Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio - La Storia 1898-2004, Panini Edizioni, Modena, September 2005 "Norme organizzative interne della F.I.G.C. - Art. 51.6" (PDF) (in Italian). Italian Football Federation. 12 September 2018. Retrieved 11 November 2018.
  4. ^ Matches of 11 and 12 rounds(27 November and 4 December 1994) delayed due to the 1994 Intercontinental Cup:
  5. ^ Match re-scheduled from 29 January 1995 and suspended after the first part of the game due to the dead of Genovian fan Vincenzo Spagnolo:
    • Panini p.535

  6. ^ Due to ban on San Siro.
  7. ^ Salzburg goalkeeper Otto Konrad was hit on the head with a plastic bottle thrown from the stands and had to be substituted and sent to hospital. Milan were docked two points and were banned from playing their next two home matches at the San Siro.

SourcesEdit