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AC MILAN Macedonia Blog

Sunday, November 2, 2008

AC Milan 1-0 Napoli..chances and the goal !!!

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Plenty of chances, chaotic second half for Milan, one missed penalty by Kaka and an own goal scored by "our hero" Denis. Milan is in a excellent form on last 11 matches and that leads them up to the top of Serie A table. Next match is against Lecce, hope it will be another win for our team.
P.S. Napoli's Lavezzi's great prospect, demon speed great technique all in all hope Milan Board consider in signing him.
These are words that Galliani and Ancelotti said after the match: “We’re satisfied, I’m not celebrating yet, I will need the entire night to remove the adrenaline. We won against a great team, Napoli with Iezzo who saved various situations and played a great game. In this wonderful evening I saw extraordinary players. I would start from Christian Abbiati who finally returned to us. For the entire summer we were after him to return. He’s the wonderful goalkeeper who following a great save at Perugia, awarded us the Scudetto. And then I would also add some words on professor Favalli. He’s fantastic, he always understands what can happen, he proved this tonight. He predicts every situation. Gattuso? In an angry way I told him that I command her and that he wouldn't have left. I remember well what happened last summer. We could not lose Gattuso, he must remain calm. To leave this squad he must stop playing football. He motivates everyone, the environment and the dressing room, he cannot leave for all that he does during the week and not only for the grit and the charge who puts on the pitch. Many compliments also to Bonera, a player who is improving a lot."- Galliani

“We are very happy, after a long time we returned to the top of the standings. I am happy because following the difficult start to the season, we recovered quickly. I'm very proud of this group. Tonight we played in particular conditions, for this reason I tried to field a tactic we had used against Bologna and exposed us in defence. Our full-backs moved with balance, Gattuso was a filter whereas Bonera and Favalli were not rightly aggressive. With these situations we managed to play a great second half, but already towards the end of the first half,. 11 and 11, we managed to impress a good rhythm. Napoli takes advantage of the counter attacks and in the first half we controlled. I’m proud of everyone. Now we must be more courageous and I don’t think there will be people relaxing. Favalli? He’s very intelligent, more than the norm. He’s playing great with Bonera, he’s manna for us, in a critical moment for the defence. The competition is motivating, at times I‘m often to choose forced to make painful decisions like that of leaving Shevchenko in the stands. Zambrotta and Jankulovski? Good game by them, they had to wait for their wingers and they played very well wit intelligence. The handball? It was evaluated as healthy, but better that it went like this." -Ancelotti


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