Clarence Seedorf has thanked the Milan crowd for the standing ovation they gave him on Wednesday night, and claimed he is tired of talking about the boos.
The Dutchman played 71 minutes of the Champions League contest with Viktoria Plzen. He has now started every game of the season so far, but admitted when reflecting on the game that he has yet to fully recover from a knee injury.
"It was a good game, we got the first victory in the Champions League and there is much joy. The knee is better, it takes two more weeks to heal completely: it is a bit delicate, but I can play, and well, and so for now it is ok.
"[The Juventus match] is very timely, we are both well and will be a great match."
Seedorf was then asked how it felt to receive a standing ovation from the San Siro crowd, with consideration to past years that have seen him booed.
"In 10 years the public have cheered for me 95% of the time I have been here, I'm tired of talking of the past few boos."
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