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AC MILAN, Galliani: "I think now Seedorf can go on and achieve everything"

21.06.2012 14.31 by Transfer Market Web  read 1859
Source: AcMilan.com
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Clarence Seedorf’s press conference was present club CEO Adriano Galliani, who started the day praising one of the greatest players in Milan history.

"Clarence has won four and a half Champions League titles. He won with Ajax, with Real Madrid, where he was about to win it again when he moved to Inter, and twice with us. When Milan played well, which happened often, and each and every time it occurred Seedorf played an amazing match. He is a world class player. He has played wide in midfield and as a support midfielder to the strikers at the highest level. In Munich in 2007 he was decisive in a fundamental match. It took a lot of work to being him to the club. In 2002 he agreed to come to Milan and made his debut against Liberec. That same evening we had brought back Costacurta into the fold and had bought Nesta, creating a Milan side that remained at the summit of the UEFA ranking for five years. It was a fantastic Milan. You didn’t need to be a genius to understand how good Clarence was. In the extraordinary Ajax team, which also had Kluivert, I fell for Seedorf. I think now he can go on and achieve everything. He is a person with many facets. He will succeed as a coach or as a director when he decides to hang up his boots.” 

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