As long as there's hope I believe in it

AC Milan deepplaymaker Andrea Pirlo optimistic of AC Milan's title chances. The Rossoneri managed to beat Cagliari 1-0 at San Siro in a difficult game for the home side.
He told exclusively to Milan Chanel at the end of training session.

"As long as there's hope I believe in it. We have to win every match and hope that the teams in front make some mistakes. We only have to think about giving our all."

He also have an analysis about the match against Cagliari. The absence of Kaka and Pato and about there were the whistles aimed to Clarence Seedorf.

"It was fundamental to get the three points despite the absences, especially up front. It was a difficult match and it was important what the team managed to do." He told exclusively to Milan Chanel at the end of training session.

"They are two important players for Milan, let's hope they recover quickly. I hope they will be available for Thursday against Werder, a physical team, they're a bit slow at the back and two players like Kaka and Pato could really help us."

"Whistles never do anyone any good, particularly to slightly weaker players. That's not Clarence's case who has a great personality and whistles don't bother him. Other players suffer more from that and their performances on the pitch are influenced. What we can tell the fans is to wait for the end of the match to evaluate whether or not they are happy with the team, but during the match it would be nice if the crowd encouraged us because on the pitch we need everyone. In the end the most important thing is the result and the victory satisfies everyone."

And asked about David Beckham who to play with him in midfield
"He's a very useful player for my way of playing because when I am marked he comes to pick up the ball. When the play develops up front he is always present, he sends in many crosses. He's a very important player for Milan."


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