Monday February 22 2016
Galliani: 'Everything changed'

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani insists “everything changed” since Napoli won 4-0 at San Siro in October.

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“After the last time we faced Napoli, we moved to 4-4-2 and had a good run of results,” Galliani told Mediaset Premium.

“In the 18 matches played since Milan-Napoli we changed everything and picked up 33 points in 18 rounds, which isn’t bad.

“Milan’s mission is always the same. It is difficult to achieve, but we try. Before games I am always afraid to say things in case they get turned against us.”

President Silvio Berlusconi said the only way Sinisa Mihajlovic can convince him is by winning every game this season.

“The President was trying to provoke a reaction when he said that. Would we be ok winning while playing badly tonight? Of course we’ll take it!”

Galliani was also asked about the controversy between Roma and Francesco Totti.

“We tried to sign him when he was a young lad. Milan have a strategy of focusing on young Italian talents. We have six of our youth academy products in the first team.”