Dismissing Seedorf is a great injustice


MILAN CHANNEL reveals Filippo Inzaghi as the new Milan coach, preceded by Clarence Seedorf to be mawkishly discharged upon a short tenure.

Seedorf, the former upon assignation as Milan coach, was consulted in person by the club’s President, Silvio Berlusconi, who convinced the Dutch man to end his playing career and take to the coaching bench, but the Milan coach arrived just to be discharged merely five months later despite having done remarkably well.

Such was the discourteous regard shown to the Dutchman to the apprehension of man, as Rossoneri fans express their disappointment, and skepticism for the unmannerly conduct, and the clubs hierarchy.

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According to reports in the last days following the sacking of Seedorf, the coach had fallen from grace, and had become a pariah to his employers for reasons that alleged bad report between him and a host of players in the team who has emphasized their discontentment with the coach.

In a recent exclusive interview with SportWeek, Mattia De Sciglio giving the Seedorf predicament, “Perhaps he should have listen to us more”, the promising full back vaguely asserted, speaking unfavorably on behalf of the coach. But, in averse to the testimony of De Sciglio’s, the truth is far from being definite, recalling some of the statements of his comrades.

Mario Balotelli, when asked about his personal relationship with Seedorf, during a press conference at Milanello, he stated, “My personal relationship with coach Clarence Seedorf? The coach is like a team-mate. There is a lot of dialogue and he allows for opinions to be exchanged. Things come easily. He’s like a big brother.”

“I like Seedorf,” De Jong told Algemeen Dagblad, “We have the same winning mentality. I hope he stays at Milan.” Having won the derby Madonnina against arch rival Inter Milan, scoring the only goal of the game, the midfielder dedicated the win to Coach Seedorf. “This victory is for Seedorf. People talked too much about his position this week, but he is very important for the squad,” quoted as saying to Sky Sport Italia.

“Seedorf has done well and his relationship with me has always been good both as a player and a coach,” El Shaarawy said. “Maybe there are some other problems with the club and that’s why he’s always under discussion. I don’t know what the future holds for him.”

It is assumed whether Seedorf’s reign was meant to endure, or a hoax, one of Berlusconi’s devious political tricks to employ Inzaghi, the former Milan player and legend who has served as a coach in Milan’s youth sector for two years, as Seedorf was solely meant to occupy the coaching position while Inzaghi was being prepared to take the helm.

Whatever the case may be, regarding Seedorf’s departure, it would be considerate a kind gesture of the fans in thanking the Dutch man for his wonderful services, and wishing him the best of fortunes ahead of his potential assignment as a coach, while giving Inzaghi the full support to becoming the great coach as expected of him.

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Thank you too @ Red heart