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AC MILAN, De Jong: "I understand it's difficult to wait..."

17.09.2012 11.35 by TM W  read 1767
Source: milannews.it
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AC Milan summer arrival Nigel de Jong is optimistic about his stint at the club, but admits they are still a work in progress.

"I'm always optimistic and that's why I'm here. Milan is always Milan and we have to play to win and get results," the Dutchman told Ac Milan Channel," Fans are our 12th man and they're important for us. I understand it's difficult to wait but the team is in the rebuilding process.To me it's not important about my own performance but the team's one and we have to learn by our mistakes. Tuesday we will play against Anderlecht and we have to win to start in the right way".

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