Giroud focused on winning Scudetto with Milan

Obiajulu Chiagoziem

Oliver Giroud, France international player and Milan’s forward who joined the Italian league side in the just concluded Summer window transfer is keen on lifting the Italian league trophy this season with his new club.

Giroud seemed very focused on lifting the league trophy with the Rossoneri as he targets league success.

A one-time champions league winner in 2020/21 before leaving Chelsea, presently, is hungry for a league title since conquering Ligue 1 with Montpellier in 2011-12.

Milan since 2011 has never lifted a league title trophy and are presently at the same point with Napoli in the struggle for the 1st position.

“I used to say football is an everlasting new beginning and you must always be ready for the next challenge,” France international Giroud, who has three goals in five Serie A appearances this season, told Football Ramble podcast.

“That’s one of my regrets in my career, it’s not to have finished the job by winning the European Cup with France at home to Portugal. Another is not winning the Premier League with Arsenal or Chelsea.

Oliver Giroud

“I still have a lot of hopes regarding winning another league with my new club and I am focused on it.”

Stefano Pioli, Milan’s boss and head coach recoded his 100th game and has won 56 of it as a manager in Milan with his side demolishing the 9 Bologna men in a 4:2 final score last weekend.

“This might sound like a threat for someone, but I expect to reach at least another 100 more,” Milan head coach Pioli said.

Pioli started his coaching from 1999 to 2002 with Bologna’s youth team (winning a championship with Allievi Nazionali’s team),and Chievo’s in 2002–03.In 2003–04, he was appointed as head coach of Serie B club Salernitana. He moved to Modena, still of Serie B, in 2004.

Stefano Pioli

He has coached clubs like Chievo, Palermo, Bologna’s main team, Lazio, internazionale Fiorentina and presently AC Milan.

On 9th of October 2019, Pioli was appointed as the new coach of AC Milan, on a deal to the end of the season. On 21st July 2020, Pioli reached an agreement with Milan for a two-year deal extension of his contract as head coach that will now expire in June 2022.

Pioli 23rd May 2021, secured a return to the Champions League for Milan for the first time in seven seasons.