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AC MILAN, Allegri: "I don't think this will be last game with this club"

23.10.2012 17.16 by Marco Gori  read 1503
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During the press conference that anticipates the Champions League game against Malaga, AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has also talked about his future: "This is the same situation I lived at Cagliari, when I lost five games in a row. We don't give many chances to our rivals, and even in the first half against Lazio we have done it. We have just made a mistake on the third goal. Now all we have to do is earn points. I haven't talk with Berlusconi recently but I am in constant touch with Galliani. I don't think that tomorrow's will be my last game with Milan".

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