Kaká: “I hope Pioli can do a good job, it’s hard to understand what is happening if you are not part of the team”

Kaka arrives at The Grimaldi Forum in Monaco on August 30, 2018. (VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images)

Ricky Kaká has wished Stefano Pioli good luck and said it’s hard to pass judgment from outside.

Milan have gone through many changes since Kaká visited the squad at Milanello last year: Leonardo has left and two coaches have already said goodbye to the Diavolo – Rino Gattuso and Giampaolo.

Now Stefano Pioli is on the bench and next Sunday he’ll have his debut as Milan face Lecce at Stadio San Siro.

“Let’s see how it goes. Pioli has just arrived and I hope Milan can recover soon. Good luck to Pioli, I hope he can do a good job,” the Brazilian told Sky today. “It’s hard to understand what’s happening if you are not part of the team.

“According to the management, the coach was one of the problems and with the change it was resolved. But not being inside the club, it’s not easy to pass judgment. As a Milan fan, I hope that things will go well from now on.”

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