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AC MILAN, Acerbi: "We have to be aware of our strengths"

05.12.2012 09.45 by TM W  read 1234
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Here’s what Ac Milan's defender, Francesco Acerbi had to say after yesterday evening’s Champions League action:

“Getting on the pitch only does me good even if I’m tired now after this match and the one against Catania. If you don’t play often, it’s normal to feel fatigue. This team plays every three days and that’s not a problem. We had to concede something at the end of the game but the draw would have been fair. The important thing this evening was the performance and in that sense it was positive. I enjoyed playing with Zapata. Taking the ball out of defense is a a characteristic of my game. When I get fitter I hope to do it more often. We have to be aware of our strengths, we’re getting out of a bad period and now we’ll think of Torino, after their derby loss, it won’t be just another game. When up against Milan, all teams give something extra. They’re at home as well so it’ll be a tough match. We’ll be ready for it though as we always are.”

 

"Balotelli? He is a great player and he would be useful to us. If he arrives at Ac Milan I'd be happy. In January I stay if Ac Milan want me".

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