Friday March 14 2014
Milan Ultras plan protest

Milan Ultras on the Curva Sud will hold a pre-match protest against Adriano Galliani and some of their own players on Sunday.

The Rossoneri have been heavily criticised since their Champions League exit to Atletico Madrid and it seems many fans have had enough.

“As a result of yet another disappointment resulting from this troubled season, and having already mentioned a protest in December, now we have decided that we have run out of patience,” a statement on the Curva Sud website reads.

“We have identified those who, in the opinion of our fans, are the key figures who have led our Milan into this bad situation.”

One of these figures is Galliani, who they hold responsible for the club’s recent transfer activities.

“We wonder, for example, how it was possible to send away Ambrosini, who as well as being the captain was a strong voice in the dressing room,” the statement continues.

“Even more we wonder how it was possible to release Pirlo and not to grant him a three-year contract on his terms.

“Today the results of this policy are the horrible sight before us.

“Milan are 37 points off the top of the league and out of everything.”

Milan’s players will not get an easy ride either.

“We come now to the team, made ​​up of a few serious professionals but surrounded by a host of useless overpaid players.

“Their first thought is to put idiotic photos on social networks or to book a table for a lovely night at the disco.

“We wish they would follow the example of real professionals like Montolivo, Bonera, Abbiati, Kaka, De Sciglio, Abate, De Jong, Poli and Pazzini to name a few.

“We hope that the boss Seedorf takes serious action against such players as there is no longer a place for them.”

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