The happiness winning

AC Milan victory against Atalanta made fans was happy. It was, it is a happiness winning. The Rossoneri performed their class.
Milan are missing their fundamental player like Nesta, Kaladze, Gattuso, Kaka, Seedorf, Ronaldinho and Ambrosini but they still have abilities to get 3 points.

The Rossoneri experienced dificulties moment few weeks, Milan was ousted from the UEFA Cup by Werder Bremen last week and was also beaten by Sampdoria.

Kaka, Seedorf and Ronaldinho are still unavailable in order to the coach Ancelotti placed Beckham is as trequartista behind striker and he did his new duty very well. Beside is a profesional it is poibility effect his deal. Milan and the Los Angeles Galaxy announced before the game that Beckham has extended his loan with the Italian club through June 30.

"Technically the contract has not been signed yet, but it’s practically done, the agreement has been reached." AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani said, the official club website published on Sunday.

"Today we played with Beckham in the middle to take better advantage of the passing of the ball. He was in the middle of the game, right in the action and he did very well." Ancelotti said after the match.

Filippo Inzaghi made score a hat trick, The goal keeper Abbiati was the best on the pitch made his briliant save a few times so that Milan's goal was clean sheet.

"Today's result is important because it arrives in a period of emergency." Ancelotti said.

"Our quality got lost a bit, we are forced to play players not in their natural position. I hope that from next week we can recover players and condition."

Adriano Galliani and Carlo Ancelotti smile about the winning but both agree in saying that this team must find back a better identity and improve its game by overcoming the insecurities.


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