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Saturday March 27 2021
Galliani: 'I thought I was going to die'

Former Milan CEO and current Monza director Adriano Galliani ‘thought he was going to die’ after going into intensive care with COVID.

Galliani has just been released from hospital, but reveals the extent of his condition had not been fully understood.

“I was in intensive care from March 7 to 17, the longest 10 days of my life,” he told the Corriere della Sera newspaper.

“It was a nightmare. There were no windows in intensive care, I just had a wall in front of me. I will say frankly that I thought I was going to die.

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Friday March 26 2021
Galliani discharged from hospital

Monza CEO Adriano Galliani hailed the ‘fantastic nurses and doctors’, as he was discharged from hospital after recovering from COVID-19.

The former Milan director had been hospitalised for two weeks after testing positive for coronavirus and the manager announced that he was discharged on social media.

Galliani tested positive on February 26, exactly one month ago, after attending an assembly at the FIGC in Rome together with the Inter managers Beppe Marotta, Alessandro Antonello and Angelo Capellini, who also tested positive.

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Thursday March 11 2021
Galliani in hospital with COVID

Monza director and former Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has been hospitalised as a precaution following complications from COVID.

He had tested positive for COVID-19 on February 26.

Serie B side Monza confirmed that Galliani has been in hospital for several days.

They insist he is in good condition and that this was purely a precaution to monitor his development.

The 76-year-old spent over 30 years running AC Milan under Silvio Berlusconi and the two reunited to take Monza from Serie C to Serie B.

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Monday March 8 2021
Ibra didn’t talk to Galliani after PSG move

Zlatan Ibrahimovic reveals he didn’t talk to Adriano Galliani after Milan sold him to PSG in 2012.

The 39-year-old spoke to RAI TV program Che Tempo Che Fa, revealing he is open to extending his contract with Milan for one more season.

He went on to talk about his career and, specifically, his move from Milan to PSG in 2012 and his relationship with former Milan CEO Adriano Galliani.

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Friday February 26 2021
Monza: Galliani has COVID

Serie B side Monza announced today that CEO Adriano Galliani has tested positive for COVID-19.

The former Milan director, who continued to work with President Silvio Berlusconi at Monza, tested positive for coronavirus in the last molecular swab he underwent.

“AC Monza announce that Adriano Galliani tested positive for COVID-19 following the latest molecular swab,” the club confirmed today.

“The Biancorossi CEO, in compliance with the health regulations in force, has entered home isolation.”

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Wednesday February 3 2021
Monza and Galliani 'thinking about' Ribery

Monza director Adriano Galliani admits the Serie B club are ‘thinking about’ Fiorentina star Franck Ribery if they are promoted.

The Lombardy club is run by the same pair who took Milan to the top of world football for over 30 years, Galliani and President Silvio Berlusconi.

After signing Mario Balotelli and Kevin-Prince Boateng, there were reports Monza were also targeting Ribery.

“The idea of Ribery comes from a deep friendship between Boateng and Ribery,” explained Galliani on Teleradiostereo.

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Tuesday January 19 2021
VAR used in Italian Senate vote

VAR is so popular in Italy that it even crept into tonight’s Senate vote of no confidence in the Government – with Adriano Galliani involved.

It was Galliani who pushed for the introduction of goal-line technology when he was CEO of Milan, and he remains in football now as the chief of Serie B side Monza.

Galliani is also a Senator and therefore was present in this evening’s Senate vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s Government.

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Thursday January 7 2021
Balata and Galliani to lead Lega Serie B

Mauro Balata has been confirmed as Lega Serie B President, with Monza CEO Adriano Galliani joining the board as vice-president.

The vote was held remotely via videocall this evening and Balata won another year as President of the Lega Serie B.

“I will work with the new board and all the clubs for the good of Serie B to complete our projects and our mission, which is to grow the Lega in every respect, including its social, economic and brand profile,” said Balata.

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Tuesday December 29 2020
Balotelli crash diet at Monza

Mario Balotelli could make his Monza debut tomorrow in Serie B after losing 5kg in 20 days on a crash diet. ‘He should’ve done more in his career,’ said Adriano Galliani.

The 30-year-old signed for Monza after six months without a club, having left Brescia amid tension in June.

He is in the squad for tomorrow’s big Serie B game against leaders Salernitana, as Sport Mediaset claim SuperMario lost 5kg in just 20 days.

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Sunday December 6 2020
Galliani: ‘Raiola wanted no commission for Balotelli’

Monza’s CEO Adriano Galliani has revealed Mario Balotelli’s agent Mino Raiola didn’t want any commission for the striker’s transfer.

The Italian has agreed to join the Serie B side. He had left Brescia last summer.

Adriano Galliani revealed how Monza wrapped up the deal with the former Liverpool, Inter and Milan striker.

“I still believe in him, Mario is a good boy. I noticed all his availability,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

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