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Rossoneri Round-up for 28 February: Galliani thinks that Milan is finally back in good hands

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Milan’s former CEO, Adriano Galliani, thinks that the club is finally back in the hands of people who care about the club.

Galliani told Sky Sport Italia:

Milan have great owners like Elliott, a great President in Paolo Scaroni, a great general manager in Ivan Gazidis, two great directors like Leonardo and Paolo Maldini and also a great Coach like Gennaro Gattuso.

Milan have finally come back into the hands of Milanisti, which during the period between Berlusconi and Elliott was not the case. I continue to follow Milan as a Coach and still suffer for the Rossoneri.

Milan are run in a perfect way now. We can only cheer them on.

Of course, if his old boss hadn’t sold the team to Yonghong Li in the first place, none of last year would have happened, but I guess that’s water under the bridge?

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Tactical review of the 0-0 draw against Lazio in the Copa Italia. [AC Milan Offside]

Franck Kessie will reportedly be fit for this weekend’s Sassuolo match. [AC Milan Offside]

Atalanta and Fiorentina played a barn-burner, with the other Coppa Italia semifinal ending 3-3. [Viola Nation]

Could Napoli be interested in Inter Milan’s Mauro Icardi? [The Siren’s Song]

World Football Links

Mexico’s Santos Laguna beat CD Marathon 5-0 to win their CONCACAF Champions League opening round 11-2 on aggregate. [FMF State of Mind]

Liverpool beat Watford FC 5-0. [BBC.com]

Southampton beat Fulham 2-0 to heap more misery on the West London club and lift Southampton out of the relegation zone. [BBC.com]

Round-up of last week in Liga MX Femenil. [FMF State of Mind]