Why Milan ultras could hold silent protest during Serie A match against Genoa

Sky Sport Italia correspondent Peppe Di Stefano claims Milan ultras could stage a “silent” protest during a Serie A match against Genoa on Sunday as they demand “clarity” over the club’s future and regarding the next coach.

Milan ultras Curva Sud could stage a protest during the next Serie A match against Genoa while the club’s directors search for Stefano Pioli’s successor.

However, tension is apparently running high among supporters who are eagerly waiting for the club to choose Pioli’s replacement given the Italian tactician is expected to be sacked at the end of the season.

“The Ultras could remain silent or even protest because they want clarity on the future of Milan,” the journalist said on Thursday, quoted by Milannews.

Milan won the Serie A title under Pioli in 2021-22 but will end a second consecutive campaign empty-handed and have lost the last six derbies against Inter, including the most recent in late April, which handed their rivals the city ​​to win their 20th title.