Red Star Belgrade coach Dejan Stankovic looks forward to the clash with Milan in the Europa League Round of 32. 'It will be a show'.
The former Lazio and Inter player spoke to the Serbian club’s official website and revealed he looks forward to facing his former rivals in the Europa League this term.
“They’re a strong opponent. Yesterday, I watched Milan and Parma, where Parma played phenomenally well, but Milan dominated,” he said.
“They are first in Serie A and we are not wasting time talking about their history and what Milan represent in European competitions.
“They have gone through a transition over the last two years, but the impression is that they have found the balance this season.
“It will be a show, I have no problem saying it. I would like something to change by then, maybe have fans back. My desire is to have the public.
“We have two games ahead; we will fight each other. I said we should be afraid of anyone, but respect everyone.
“I’m a realist in life, I’m aware that we aren’t among the favourites, but we won’t give up. We will try to exploit our possibilities and fight incessantly."