MN: Maldini and Massara choose to stay quiet amid outrage over disallowed Kessie goal

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan directors Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara chose not to make any public statements in the aftermath of last night’s game against Napoli.

There is certainly a lot of controversy the day after Napoli’s 1-0 victory at San Siro, especially regarding the incident of the goal for Franck Kessie that was ruled out for a perceived offside by Oliver Giroud. It was certainly a strange decision given the Frenchman was on the floor and didn’t attempt to play the ball, and it was one that deprived the Rossoneri of a goal that would have earned them a draw and therefore condemned them to their third defeat in this league.

According to MilanNews, Stefano Pioli presented himself in front of the media after the game and tried to give his interpretation of the decision, while some expected either Maldini or Massara to speak.

However, the report adds that the Rossoneri management will make themselves heard in the appropriate places, and they do not intend to ‘scream in front of the cameras’.

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  1. thats the problem,you just sitting quit all the time,you can’t be gentleman behaviour with thieves,u should start sending lawsuits and demanding suspensions,this is too much

  2. Beta boys… stand up for your shirt!! Stip the silence. We lost nearly 20m die to refs in the champions league debacle and still more silence, grow a pair!

      1. The head of VAR of the CL game against Atletico Madrid was suspended by UEFA. Maresca was suspended after the game against Roma. They’re taking action, but it’s not always possible to do something. Get better informed before you comment.

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