Adriano Galliani commented after Milan’s draw with Lazio at seeing the ‘right signs of fight’ from the team.
The Rossoneri ended a four-game losing streak in all competitions on Sunday evening to record a 1-1 result at the Stadio Olimpico, and leave their Vice-President, who is accompanying them this week, satisfied.
“This is a very, very important point. Beyond the point, the team fought and fought and we old directors see these things as a sign,” Galliani told Milan Channel post-match.
“There has been the goal from Kaka [awarded as an Abdoulay Konko own-goal] and in the final stages Balotelli hit the post, which could have given us the win, but the result is fair, that’s okay.
“The point stops the losing streak, but the team has fought, these were the signs given.
“The players went to the fans after the game? I saw this, there is only one way out of this situation, that is, with the cohesion between the club, Coach, players and fans - if we regroup then I think we can get out of this.
“We are close to the team and this is right and as I have done so for 28 years. I do not see anything different, the signals communicate that the team is fighting.”