AC Milan was in its heyday together Maldini. In its time, the Rossoneri won the Scudetto seven and five Champions League trophies. However, the appearance of the current Milan did not reflect the greatness of its history.
“Times have changed compared to many years ago,” Maldini said as quoted by the Italian Football. “In the past, it is easier to collect the players and we (the players) are often spent time together. One of the sources of power such as the Milan club, and some other clubs like Milan, is a tradition,” he added. Unfortunately, according to the former Italian national team defender who is now aged 46 years, is now a lot more players behave off the field rather than in action in the field.
“Now the true values of Milan does not apply. I remember when I was new to the team and I imitate them a little talk and a lot of work in the field. Especially Franco Baresi,” Maldini confirms. Milan are currently eighth in the standings with 41 points from 29 matches. This season, the Rossoneri absent from the Champions League.
Latest news mentioning that live AC Milan legend Paolo Maldini is ready to return to the San Siro for the Rossoneri squad coached. The news was strengthened after the new Rossoneri shareholders, Bee Tawuchabol reportedly interested in using the services Maldini took over the role of Filippo Inzaghi end of this season.
“Back to Milan is a dream for him. The dream that belongs to the whole former great player and he is eager to return to the club Milan,” said Cesare Maldini, father of Paolo Maldini. As is known, the achievements AC Milan are now declining. But Cesare himself assess Inzaghi should be given more time to adapt to his new position as coach. Given the new Inzaghi beginning his coaching career with Milan this season.
“The job of a coach is to manage the team, especially when the condition of the team under difficult circumstances. Ending in the middle, a team controversy is part of a game. So, I think there is a right to give him plenty of time to adapt in advance,” said former player and Milan’s coach.