Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic responds to rumours about his sacking: “I don’t panic, I have broad shoulders.”
Reports emerged today suggesting that defeat to Sampdoria in the Coppa Italia tomorrow evening could result in a coaching team of Mauro Tassotti and Cristian Brocchi taking over.
However, the Serbian underlined that he is ‘calm and peaceful’ and attempted to draw positives from the Rossoneri’s recent form.
"I am calm and peaceful, I have confidence in my work and I don’t panic, I have broad shoulders,” he said at today’s Press conference.
“We’re going forward game by game.
"I don’t know what Berlusconi said, I haven’t seen the statements of the President and I can’t comment on them. I listen to and don’t comment on the words of the owner, I do not want to talk about it.
"We need consistency of performances and results. After the match against Napoli we only lost against Juventus, we lacked a bit of bite and luck against Carpi and Hellas, we deserved to win. We know where to improve.
"With these four points more we could’ve been three points off the Champions League places. On the pitch we deserved to win, unfortunately we didn’t manage to, we are united and believe in our objective. I’m convinced and so are the players.”