Milan players missed more than 300 Serie A matches in 2011-12 because of injuries, the Gazzetta dello Sport has revealed.
Vice-President Adriano Galliani yesterday underlined his frustration at the injury crisis affecting his squad and the Gazzetta have taken a closer look at the numbers.
If you add up the amount of games that all their injured players skipped last term, it totals an astonishing 307.
The figure for Italian champions Juventus was just 44.
Since 2007-08, the amount of top-flight games missed by sidelined Rossoneri players were recorded at 151, 161, 218, 184 and 307.
The Gazzetta also looked at the stats for Juventus [131, 141, 216, 210, 44], Inter [180, 190, 108, 182, 179], Roma [129, 130, 179, 115, 154] and Napoli [64, 75, 118, 54, 71] over the same five-year period.
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