Published On: Tue, Feb 19th, 2013

Berlusconi Names His Favourite AC Milan XI

owner spoke on Mediaset’s sports show Undici and told presenter Pierluigi Pardo the make-up of his favourite Rossoneri team. The 76-year-old former Italian president told of the reasoning behind his team.

“I wonder what is the ideal Milan, with a team that is built by selecting the best player from each position” before continuing to add, that he “dare not do it, because I would make omissions that would do harm to those who feel excluded.”

In the end, Mr Berlusconi opted to choose a team in its entirety, and explained that “this is the Milan that started winning internationally on that magical and fantastic night in Barcelona”; a Milan that had remained in his heart, and he believed remained in the hearts of many Milanistas.

The team he named, as it happens, was a composite AC Milan team of the 1988-89 season rather than the team that started in Barcelona itself. started the European Cup Final, but he was squeezed out in favour of .

That match will be very much in mind for Milan at the moment as they face Barcelona in a Champions League tie; hosting the Spaniards this coming Wednesday before returning to the Camp Nou in a fortnight.

Berlusconi’s team in full: Giovani Galli in goal,  and fullbacks; and at centre-back, , and Carlo Ancelotti in the midfield, Evani on the left, and Ruud Gullit and  up front.

Displaying 3 Comments
Have Your Say
  1. a nice and historic eleven

  2. Gio says:

    An impossible task, I think

    For me, I’d have Donadoni in ahead of Evani and Savicevic in for Colombo, but this of course still exludes many wonderful players, not least of all the legendary GreNoLi.

  3. Gio says:

    An impossible task, I think
    For me, I’d have Donadoni in ahead of Evani and Savicevic in for Colombo, but this of course still exludes many wonderful players, not least of all the legendary GreNoLi.

Leave a comment

XHTML: You can use these html tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>


Podcast

Twitter

Advertisement

Visit us on Google+