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AC MILAN, Antonini: " I only have a couple of regrets"

24.05.2012 16.00 by Redazione TMW  read 2456
Source: AcMilan.com
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The years of his youth can be heard in the interview given by Luca Antonini to Forza Milan!, the club’s official monthly magazine: “The biggest satisfaction to date was without a doubt my first goal for the club. It was a tremendous emotion when I saw the ball go past Buffon and hit the back of the net. To score my first goal at the San Siro in my 100th appearance for the club in a game like Milan-Juventus…I’ll never forget it. I only have a couple of regrets about the 3-2 home loss against Manchester United in the Champions League two years ago in the San Siro. I played well, maybe my best performance for the club. I came close to scoring as well but then an injury meant I had to leave the field after 25 minutes. It could have been the game of my consecration as a player. Shame!”

Some memories from Luca: “My first maestro was Riccardo Tumiatti and he taught me a lot. I still hear from him, I’m very grateful to him. I was in the Youth Sector until I was 19. I remember the Viareggio tournament in 2001 against Vitoria Bahia. I scored with a beautiful shot, my second of the tournament. I had also scored with a header; the Golden Goal in extra time against the Argentines of Quilmes in the quarter finals. That was the Milan of Mauro Tassotti, another great maestro in my career."

You can read the rest of the interview in the May edition of Forza Milan! on sale now.

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