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AC MILAN, Strasser: "I'll be available to the team from Octobter"

07.09.2012 17.13 by TM W  read 1730
Source: AcMilan.com
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Rodney Strasser, Milan midfielder spoke to the club Channel today when he visited Milan Club Borgomanero:

"I feel much better and I think I'll be available to the team from Octobter. We have a lot of new players. It's not easy to gel straight away but the league is long. We know we can do well. I'm very happy about the win in Bologna and let's hope we can continue like that. It's important to be a united group, without that you won't win titles".

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