Inzaghi's tactics are anarchy, says Boban

The Croatia legend says the coach doesn't have a clear tactical identity and believes the club's current squad simply isn't good enough

Former AC Milan midfielder Zvonimir Boban has lashed out at Rossoneri coach Pippo Inzaghi and his players.

The San Siro side currently sit in eighth place in Serie A following Sunday's 1-1 draw with Sampdoria, with their hopes of European qualification fading fast.

Boban believes his old side are scarcely a team and says that Inzaghi's tactics are "anarchy".

"The problem is that the Milan have very scarce players," he said to Sky.

"It's almost impossible to create a team with these players. I don't understand what they offer.

"Also Inzaghi does not have a great gameplan. But it's hard to get them to run together. There's a bit of anarchy. It's very tough.

"I have realised the value of the Milan squad. It's very difficult to be satisfied after a game like that."

Milan's next game is a derby clash with Inter on Sunday.