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AC MILAN, Allegri: "We’ll see about Montolivo in the next few days"

05.12.2012 10.52 by TM W  read 2360
Source: Acmilan.com
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Massimiliano Allegri called on AC Milan to "play with more anger" and tighten up at the back after a 1-0 loss to an FC Zenit St Petersburg side relieved to get a monkey off their back.

“We created a lot of chances and played with a good pace but unfortunately we conceded in what was their only chance in the game. At the moment, the objective is Torino, third place is still far away. We’ll be thinking of each game as it comes, in the Italian cup as well. Acerbi and Zapata played well and conceded very little to Zenit. We weren’t lacking in commitment, the team played well from a technical point of view even though the motivation can’t have been at its highest. We didn’t deserve to lose though, I’m disappointed for the players but we have to start not conceding goals. 20 goals in 21 games is too much, we have to do better in certain situations. I’m happy with all the individual performances including Mesbah and Ambrosini, who both came back from injuries. We’ll see about Montolivo in the next few days, if there’s any risk, he won’t be on the pitch against Torino.”

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