Former AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has revealed his distaste of the team’s current tactics under Gennaro Gattuso.
Berlusconi was at the helm for 30 years with the Rossoneri overseeing the club’s most successful period, and he is now in charge at Monza.
He has revealed that he still watches his former club’s games, but usually not for long.
“I disagree with the current tactic of using one striker rather than two, especially behind there are such good shots from distance,” Berlusconi said.
“Milan make very few shots on goal, so that’s why I turn on the TV to watch the game, but turn off after 10 minutes.”