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ITALY/ AC MILAN, Galliani: "The team will stay the same for the next season"

04.03.2013 15.03 by TM W  read 1604
Source: acmilan
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Ac Milan general manager Adriano Galliani spoke to the gathered reporters outside the Lega Serie A offices today:

"I don't want to make predictions. Milan have got 41 points from 19 games which is extraordinary. That run didn't start with the win against Genoa, it started against Lazio in Rome when we went from 3-0 to 3-2 in the space of 20 minutes, coming close to getting the draw. Since then we've won 41 points, compared to 37 for Juventus and 34 for Napoli. It was clear that we needed time. When the whole team is changed you need time."


"The team will stay the same for the next season. I spoke with Pazzini before going for Balotelli and got his blessing. I think they can play together but you'd have to ask Allegri. There are no problems with Pazzini or Allegri. Cristante? It's clear that with such a young player, we'll offer a long contract. Kakà was here for 6 years with 6 different contracts. El Shaarawy is in his third year and on his third contract. It's all up to them. They get contract s as young players then it's up to them to improve and to grow."

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