AC Milan supervisor Vincenzo Montella has appealed to the membership’s followers for assist after a Zero-Zero Europa League draw towards AEK Athens on Thursday.
Milan had been whistled off the San Siro pitch because the membership topped a run of three straight Serie A losses with one other disappointing end in Europe.
And the under-fire Montella, chatting with Sky Sport Italia after the match, was adamant his struggling aspect can flip issues round with the followers’ assist.
“I believe the frustration and sense of irritation within the stadium was felt by the workforce and it was as a result of three Serie A defeats moderately than the efficiency itself,” Montella stated.
“We created many probabilities and did not end them off towards a superb aspect.
“I urge the followers and the membership to face by us and above all these gamers, who must be embraced greater than jeered throughout this troublesome time.
“I see the lads wish to do extra, they wish to show they belong at Milan and that’s making a psychological block. It’s my job to unblock it.
“It’s a progress course of and I’m satisfied we are going to get there as a result of most of those gamers have by no means worn a jersey like this earlier than and the state of affairs is making them battle to specific themselves.”
Milan midfielder Manuel Locatelli took one other method after the match, and stated the followers had been of their rights to indicate their dissatisfaction with the efficiency.
“The followers have each motive to jeer,” the 19-year-old stated.
“We’re a terrific workforce however we have now received to show it. We now have received the standard — we have to show it on the sector and check out to not disappoint our followers.”
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