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AC MILAN, Abate: "It is too early to make a judgement"

25.07.2012 19.00 by TM W  read 2087
Source: AcMilan.com
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Ignazio Abate has been speaking to Milan Channel on his return from Euro 2012 where Italy reached the final: "I have a great memory of a positive climate within the camp. We are really happy each time we went through a round.

Moving on to Milan, the full-back said: "It is a different Milan in terms of the level this season. A lot of important players have left but it is up to us to win something. "It is too early to make a judgement, president Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani can keep everyone calm but this team will be competitive by August 31st. If you remember, Ibra and Robinho arrived in the final days of ther transfer window. We all have to take responsibility and I am sure those who will replace those who departed will do so in the best possible way. "

Other themes: "Inzaghi? I have heard from Pippo a lot, he fought on. He chose more the head than heart, I am convinced he will be a great coach. His dream is to get to the Milan bench and I hope we can succeed in the future. This year everyone has to take more responsibility and I am sure those who will replace those who departed in the best possible way."

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