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Massara admits Milan had to take ‘painful decisions’

Milan director Ricky Massara admits the Rossoneri had to ‘take painful decisions’ but have still improved year by year.

The 53-year-old attended the unveiling of the tournament ‘Amici dei Bambini’ in Milan last night and briefly talked about the Rossoneri’s developments over the last few years.

“Our path began two years and a half ago, we were facing a difficult financial situation and we had to take painful decisions,” he said, as quoted by

“Luckily, we’ve found a group that is improving year by year, always surprising us. We are going to get satisfaction if we continue like this.”

Milan saw Gigio Donnarumma and Hakan Calhanoglu leave as free agents last summer after failing to reach an agreement over their contract extensions. The 22-year-old goalkeeper joined PSG, while Clahanoglu signed with Milan’s city rivals Inter.

“The real protagonists of football are footballers and coaches, we directors work in the shadow,” continued Massara.

“Personally, I’ve had the best possible mentor, Walter Sabatini.”

Milan meet Napoli at the Stadio Maradona on Sunday in a key clash for the Serie A title. Inter, who sit third with a game in hand, host Salernitana at the Stadio Meazza tonight and Massara will be hoping that Sabatini’s team helps Milan by snatching a good result at San Siro.

#Milan, #Massara: ‘Scelte dolorose, venivamo da una situazione finanziaria non facile’

— (@cmdotcom) March 3, 2022

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