Just under two weeks ago, Zvonimir Boban was sacked by AC Milan, following an interview with Gazzetta Dello Sport in which he criticised the owners. Now, former Rossoneri CEO Adriano Galliani has joined in on the debate.
The Croatian director didn’t exactly make things better for himself after the official statement, declaring that “I didn’t know we were in North Korea” (Il Giornale via MilanNews.it). Of course, given his personality, this was more or less expected.
Speaking to Corriere Dello Sport (via MilanNews.it), the current Monza and former Milan CEO Adriano Galliani shared his thoughts on the situation. Although he didn’t directly refer to Boban, it doesn’t take a genius to read between the lines on this one.
“I can’t stand people who leave and then explain in newspapers how it should be done. If you work at the club, you get busy and when you leave, you have to keep quiet. As I do,” he stated.
As mentioned, the Croatian’s departure from the club was far from ideal, especially considering how it all went down. For Milan, though, there are more important things to focus on for the time being.