February 24th Milan Club Chairman Paolo Scaloni accepted media interviews and talked about
To Milan’s results, Galliani, the Champions League situation and other topics.
Chairman Scaloni attended the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Milan Foundation this week. He first said: “The Milan Foundation is a beautiful thing that I inherited. It was created by Galliani. 20 years ago he
Here it is. Then Barbara Berlusconi inherited the foundation, and then I took over it. We are ready to continue doing good things in Italy and abroad.”
Milan’s state declined at the beginning of this year, but after tactical adjustments, their performance has improved, and they currently rank fourth in the Serie A standings.
President Scaloni said: “I hope we can maintain the current rhythm after making changes. Remember the World Cup final? The French national team was almost invisible in the first 70 minutes. There are some moments in football.
Make the game easy or hard.”
Former Milan boss Silvio Berlusconi bought the club, and Galliani is currently also working in Monza, which is now also playing in Serie A.
Scaloni said: “I don’t have any news from Berlusconi, but I always see Galliani at parties. I learn from him and I don’t think anyone in Serie A knows football management better than him.
Scaloni was also asked about the transfer to Milan, to which he said: “We have always been calm, our whole environment has been calm. If sometimes we do something wrong, we will remain calm.”
In the first leg of the Champions League 1/8 final, Milan beat Tottenham 1-0 at home.
Chairman Scaloni finally talked about the situation in the Champions League, “The three Italian teams won the first leg and I am really happy for that. I always cheer for our country’s team and I don’t hate other Italian teams.
The team, we need Italian football back in Europe. Tottenham away to Tottenham, I don’t know if I should go away, it really makes me a little nervous.”