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AC MILAN, Abbiati: "This match doesn’t delete all the positive signals"

09.08.2012 15.43 by TM W  read 1416
Source: AcMilan.com
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A great feeling of disappointment is written on the players’ faces after the heavy defeat to Real Madrid. Now is not the time to create a drama, rather, as suggested by Abbiati, to remain focused and keep the group united.

"This match doesn’t delete all the positive signals we have shown in the other two friendlies in this US tour and the match in Germany against Schalke 04. Just as it is right we didn’t get carried away with those victories, it is the same after this defeat with five goals conceded. What is certain is that we must understand that we must remain a tight group, stay united and demonstrate that we aim to keep our feet on the ground and our chins up. If we do this, we can show our true value.

I was happy to have caught up with Kakà. He is as always a wonderful person and he showed he is still a great player – after all, he is a Balon d’Or winner. This evening he set up three goals, but I would like to tell him something, ‘Ricky, what you saw this evening was not the true Milan!".

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