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Milan, Pioli: “Our opponents must fear us”

MILAN PIOLI – Milan continues their pre-season, yesterday, Pioli’s men won 2-0 against Marseille. Yacine Adli appeared in excellent form but especially once again on the net he hit, Olivier Giroud.

Milan, Pioli: “Our opponents must fear us”

Stefano Pioli, the Milan coach, gave a long interview to the microphones of Dazn where he talked about various topics. He mentioned the desire to continue winning in the Championship and spoke of the next ambitions. Here are the words of the Rossoneri coach:

On the Scudetto:

Decisive moment? I would say the return derby. We managed to overturn it and it was important not only for the classification, but also because it gave us a great boost of confidence. From then on we had a very high level second round ”.

On ambitions:

We must expect the maximum from everyone, including me. You play on Sunday for how you train during the week and you have to train during the week for how you want to play on Sunday. We have very clear playing principles, our game relies heavily on intensity. Intensity, rhythm, quality and talent must never be lacking in any moment of training. I don’t think we were the best, but we were the best in the season finale. We deserved the Scudetto ”.

On the new cycle:

That the credibility around the team has changed is evident. Despite our positive results, no one believed in us. I often repeated this to my boys. Many gave others as favorites for the Scudetto and of us they said that we lacked experience or cynicism in some games. A coach must be able to give certain stimuli. Success can change people, but it hasn’t happened to us. On the contrary, we understood how important it is to prepare well, how difficult it is to win and what it takes to stay on top. I see the boys even more ready and more prepared. I am convinced that our cycle has just begun ”.

 

Fortunato Condinno

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