Paolo Maldini has hit back at Massimiliano Mirabelli, who somehow has the audacity to criticize others.
The Milan management is set to undergo another revolution, with Zvonimir Boban, and possibly Paolo Maldini, leaving the club, and Ralf Rangnick arriving in a director-coach role.
The Rossoneri are certainly no stranger to changes in management. Less than three years ago they were managed by Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli. The latter, who despite having a very big transfer budget managed to sign exactly zero top players, keeps criticizing the current directors every time.
“Maldini was a great player, but he should be asked: ‘What have you ever done to become a director?’ Having him as a director is like a doctor who didn’t go to elementary school,” Mirabelli said in an interview with Tuttomercatoweb yesterday.
Maldini responded today; as reported by ANSA, he said: “I consider any negative comment from Mirabelli to be a great compliment. Hearing him speak, if I were him, I’d avoid talking about any level of schooling or education.”