AC Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has said that Coach Clarence Seedorf’s position is safe despite a run of recent poor results. To clarify the company’s position Silvio Berlusconi, confirming the Dutch: “It will be our coach next year. The team was poorly constructed”
The Rossoneri were beaten 4-2 at home by Parma yesterday amid a backdrop of protests from fans who have lost patience with the club’s turbulent season.
Silvio Berlusconi: “Clarence Seedorf is not in question, he will be the coach of AC Milan also ‘next year, “the thought of the President of Milan reported by those who have had the opportunity to talk to him, according to sources Bend. “Milan are a team built badly,” said Silvio Berlusconi in some private conversations. Berlusconi was later said that he do not comprehend the fact that in Italy Juventus spend most of Milan in the upstream engagements, and as the Rossoneri in the Champions League have been removed far from a club, Atletico Madrid, with a certain salary equivalent to about half the Rossoneri.
The quotes come as a surprise, with reports this morning suggesting the Dutchman’s long term future at San Siro was far from certain.
Earlier, It was reported that Silvio Berlusconi is reportedly set to discuss Clarence Seedorf’s future as Milan Coach and he could be out before the end of the season.
The Dutchman has endured a difficult start to life on the Rossonero bench since replacing Max Allegri and a run of four consecutive defeats in all competitions has heightened fan protests.
The Corriere dello Sport lead suggestions that Seedorf’s position as Coach is up for discussion at the club, with President Berlusconi reportedly having called Vice-President Adriano Galliani to talk over the crisis yesterday.
The Italians were knocked out of the Champions League in the last 16 after losing 4-1 against Atletico Madrid at the Vicente Calderon, having previously been defeated 1-0 in the first leg at the San Siro last month.
Milan have endured a dismal campaign and sacked coach Massimiliano Allegri back in January and appointed former player Seedorf as his replacement .
The Dutchman, who had no prior coaching experience, retired from football to accept the Milan job and does not regret his decision.
“I am absolutely convinced I made the right choice,” he said. “I wore these colours for 10 years, the club president (Silvio Berlusconi) gave me so much and Milan are trying to rebuild what has been lost.
“This challenge pleased me and it was not ideal to take over midway through the season, but we are preparing for the future and trying to end the season as best we can.”
Milan are 11th in the standings, 20 points behind third-place Napoli, who hold the last Champions League qualifying spot.