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post Jun 17 2015, 05:40 AM
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Pippo Inzaghi says Milan will ‘always be in my heart’ despite sacking him, but admits ‘bitterness and disappointment’.

It was confirmed this morning that the Coach had been dismissed from his position, with former Sampdoria boss Sinisa Mihajlovic replacing him.

“This completes an unforgettable experience that has enriched me both from a professional and personal point of view,” Inzaghi wrote on his official Facebook page.

“I thank Milan for giving me this great opportunity, I did my best, with all my staff, working every day with desire, passion and dedication.

“Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough, and things didn’t go as we hoped.

“There is still bitterness and disappointment that I was not given the opportunity to continue. With a year’s more experience I’d have been even more fired-up and knowledgeable… but that’s football.

“A hug, and a good luck from the bottom of my heart for all the players who were behind me in recent months, despite the difficulties they’ve always shown professionalism and respect.

“I also thank all the Milan fans, who were right there with me until the end, even though they were suffering.

“A special thought for the lads of the Curva Sud, thank you for your moving statement.

“Milan will always be in my heart, I will support and cheer for them - always.

“I embrace you all, and I’ll see you soon.”

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(IMG:style_emoticons/default/cry.gif) (IMG:style_emoticons/default/cry.gif) such a shame but he took a chance that takes balls.

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post Jun 17 2015, 10:45 AM
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Wish him all the luck and success. Such a humble character
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post Jun 17 2015, 11:24 AM
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After Seedorf, another bridge we've burned. We offered him €600k of severance pay, he wanted €900k. That made the club angry and decided to sack him instead. /Mediaset

I must say, as much as I love Pippo, I'm with the club on this one. First of all, Pippo failed, miserably. He should have resigned long ago, yet he didn't and the club decided to honor his will and kept him till the end. But it should have come as no surprise that he was going to be let go after such a disastrous season. And secondly, the club gave him this immense opportunity to coach Milan. He should have been grateful above everything else, yet he gets butthurt and acts like a little b*tch for €300k. No wonder Galliani got pissed and fired him without second thought.
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post Jun 17 2015, 11:36 AM
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I don't get the bitterness comment, I'm sorry but what did he expect?

Another season to ruin?

I personally don't think Pippo is a coach tbh. Seedorf imo showed far more potential in his few months than Pippo ever did. Too bad Galliani fired him simply because he didn't want to lay down and take it and be his yes man. Too bad he wasn't his own personal choice like Allegri and Pippo were, or he'd have been given more time
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