AC Milan’s coach obtained with his team five wins on the line in recent games, Italian media starting to compare him with Carlo Ancelotti. But the Dutchman has claimed that this comparison is ‘embarrassing’.
Although they had a disastrous start to the season, the Rossoneri look to rebound now at the end of season. With chances of getting a place in the table that offers Europa League football next term, Seedorf’s team managed to win the last five games played in Serie A.
Following this good run, press in the peninsula began to compare him with his former coach Carlo Ancelotti, but Seedorf argued that this thing is too much.
“The comparisons with Ancelotti are a bit embarrassing for me. I’ve just started and he’s been around for a long time and won everything.” Seedorf told reporters.
“Credit for the last five wins goes to the players who have shown the desire necessary to get out of a negative period,” the former midfield ace insisted.
“We want to improve even more before the end of the season. I think we have to continue with what we’ve done in the last five matches.”
AC Milan will try this evening to continue the series of victories in the match in Rome when they meet the team led by Rudi Garcia, who at the moment is in the second position and already secured a Champions League place.