Adriano Galliani reveals he “cleared up two or three things and made peace” with Massimiliano Allegri after being “angry” at his Milan decisions.
The Vice-President admitted to being irritated by the tactical choices of his Coach in last night’s 2-2 draw in Palermo, which started with five defensive midfielders.
“We cleared up two or three things and made peace,” said Galliani.
“President Berlusconi has nothing to do with this and is perfectly relaxed. I speak to him every day and know his moods well. I know what he thinks.
“I do not need to be encouraged to get angry, as I can do that myself. I get angry when I see five defensive midfielders.”
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