The son of former AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has hit out at the club’s current management.
Galliani spent over 30 years at Milan as Silvio Berlcusoni’s right-hand man, a period in which the Rossoneri won 28 major trophies including three European Cups/Champions Leagues and eight league titles.
The pair are now at the helm of Serie B side Monza who are not based too far from Milano, but both still have a lot to say about their former club.
That extends to family too, as Galliani’s son Gianluca has now blasted Milan’s current leadership after yet more turbulent times over the past few months.
Milan announced Stefano Pioli as their new manager on Wednesday amid fan protests, having dismissed Marco Giampaolo after just 111 days in the job – the shortest reign of any head coach in the club’s 120 year history.
“They are highly paid executives with a wage bill that represents a unicum in the history of world football who always discharge the responsibilities on coaches and players without exposing themselves,” Gianluca Galliani said on LinkedIn (via PianetaMilan).
Interestingly, his post was followed by an American flag (which represents onwers Elliott Management), followed by a broken red heart and a black one and the hashtag ‘#saveacmilan’.