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ITALY/ MILAN, Van Basten claims Huntelaar

18.02.2010 10.46 by Redazione TMW  read 4594
Source: Gazzetta dello Sport
© foto di Giacomo Morini

Marco Van Basten didn't appreciate at all, the behavior of Rossoneri fans towards Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, during the competition against Manchester, neither that Leonardo decided to replace him.

"I don't know why he replaced him. Inzaghi is a great player, but we must remember that he is almost 37-year-old. You can't aim on him for the future. Klaas-Jan is younger. Even if he made some mistakes, I would have let him in the field. There are competitions, which a player needs, in order to trust himself and feels part of the group. That's happen above all in the important competitions, against strong challengers".

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