Borini: “It’s a process that needs to be trusted, we’re disappointed with the result but there is still a long way”

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Fabio Borini during Udinese- Milan at Stadio Friuli on August 25, 2019. (MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty Images)

Fabio Borini said ‘hand or no hand, VAR or no VAR, we must be in the match’ after Milan lost their opening match.

Milan’s 2019/20 campaign started in a bad defeat to Udinese away from home. The Rossoneri struggled a great deal and couldn’t even make one shot on target.

Marco Giampaolo put trust in the players who were in the squad last season, and used an XI without any new signings. It was the first official match of some of them in their new roles, including of Borini who played as a side midfielder.

“It’s a process that needs to be trusted,” Borini told MilanTV. “We’ve changed many things in the way we play and the way we view the match. Udinese were well-prepared, waiting for us and then using the counter-attack. In these type of cases, we struggle in the development of our play. It’s something for us to improve on. It’s the first match and we’re disappointed with the result but there is still a long way to go in the league.

“The penalty appeal? Hand or no hand, VAR or no VAR, we must be in the match. VAR was used a lot today but the difference is made by not conceding and staying focused. The work of the coach? It’s the first match but it’s no excuse. We must have faith in the process and what the club is planning. The coach’s ideas are suited to Milan and they’re decisive to our play.

“The requests from the mezz’ali? Being wide depends on how the opponents wait for you. If they wait for you inside then they’re less spaces. Suso was unable to find any balls because there was a lot of density, we mezz’ali must sacrifice ourselves to find an outlet for another teammate. In the defensive phase there’s a lot of running, I have to improve a lot in this role, it’s the first official game but I have a lot of determination.”

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This guy has seen 3 managers at milan and still he finds playing time im just lost for words he’s like the fellaini of man utd

Meer-1
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Meer-1

But hey fellaini was scoring goals with his headers and was more of an impact sub but what good is our Lord borini…..the only good he is at he never argues with any coach you ask him to be our goalie and he will happily accept it……he runs like headless chicken I guess that tag that mirabeli gave him that borini is the most athletic footballer we have come around is still running in idiot’s head……he runs, he falls and he again starts running like headless chicken…..if you all remember Andrea poli well what goes around comes around poli left… Read more »

tcl
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tcl

The best thing you can do is to GTFO and never ever say anywhere you played for Milan. I cannot watch Milan because utter serie B substandard mediocre player. Why cannot a coach see the same is beyond my sanity?

Ink
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Ink

Trust in Lord Borini.
The Saviour of Milan. The Scorer of Goals. The Defender of Goals. The Mad Runner. The Work Ethic Superhero. The Divine Combination of Maldini-Seedorf-Pippo into one Magical Human named Fabio Borini.

Raven
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Raven

Come on give him a break. The blame must be put onto the management who give him a shirt and a job.

John Bernard
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John Bernard

You had better shut up Who interviewed him for GODs sake….

Donadoni
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Donadoni

You know just what I want to hear after a defeat and my team managing zero shots on goal in-the-entire-match? Yup, you got it, Fabio Borini talking about ‘the process’!!!

Pass me the sickbag. If he is a continued part of our midfield process, we may as well start making plans for next season already. The fact he has the gaul to select and wear number 11 for Milan only makes it worse.

Momodou sowe
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Momodou sowe

Hahaha I hate seeing you in Milan shirt and anyway the process will suits you because you are playing and for Calabria I don’t if he was drunk before the match please boban and samu for free because he doesn’t deserve to play for milan the worst things milan do is give him the number 7 jersey why why

yourBoss
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yourBoss

I don’t know why Rhino rejected that money for him last January. Unbelievable

Meer-1
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Meer-1

Please don’t say he literally got an offer from some club, rino we all respect you but what good borini did to you then that you forced club to reject the offer for this idiot……I am wondering it must be Mirabeli as they DS who might be itching to get his hands on borini….

emery
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emery

I dont have any idea, where Chelsea found this guys?!?
Smh

bidonesia
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bidonesia

in Lazio’s academy (FM resource)

bidonesia
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bidonesia

he’s the upgrade kind of Bonera,
in that time Bonera is always be a back up player, but Borini.. i still can’t believe he is in our 1st 11 still..
i hope Benaccer not carry this Br curse…