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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