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AC MILAN, Amnrosini: "Happy if Kaka will come back"

05.08.2012 07.00 by Marco Gori  read 2096
Source: Gazzetta dello Sport
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Interviewed by La Gazzetta dello Sport, AC Milan captain Massimo Ambrosini has declared: "It's true, many players have left, but I resist, and Milan will do well. I don't agree with all the pessimism that I see around our team. Kakà? Of course if he will come back we will all be happy. The youngsters? We must believe in them. Gattuso? He has talked about some problem inside our dressing room, and honestly he made us upset".

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