Does Milan have a future? Pioli: “You don’t have to ask me these questions”

In his press conference on the eve of the match against Torino, the Milan coach, Stefano Piolialso responded to a question about what future the Rossoneri team might have: “You don’t have to ask me these questions. Giroud will play his last match, not tomorrow from the start: I hope he can reach 50 goals. The relationship I have created and had with the players is truly profound, which goes beyond what we have done or not done… I can only be grateful and happy. I do this job here to get excited and I got excited here; it goes beyond any result, any criticism, any glory or benefit. For this I will always say thank you to my players.”

What can your players improve on?
“The new ones have important qualities and can do even more, indeed: they will certainly do more. Last year, when we applauded together for second place in the gym, I asked the boys their ranking in their team last year and no one, apart from Okafor, had reached such a high level. Then we had ups and downs, but not due to lack of availability, compactness. For this I want to reward everyone in these last two games.

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