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Maldini: 'Not having the audience is still a terrible thing'

Sat 14 November 2020 | 11:45

Maldini misses the fans and the 'tension' they give to the teams.

Paolo Maldini says that he misses the fans at San Siro and believes that ‘This year the results are more open’

Although

the Diavolo

tops the Serie A table following seven games without any loss in the League, the technical director admits that the season does not feel as usual.

“This year the results are more open, even with completely different numbers,” Maldini said. “The absence of the public certainly determines something.

“Some say we are where we are thanks to the absence, but I’m sure they would have given us more strength.

“Not having the audience is still a terrible thing. Emotions are connected to the fans. Like, for example, with the 90,000 of Barcelona or the 80,000 at San Siro.

“I miss the tension, which the public gives you, above all.”

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

has started this season with eight goals in five games and the director has secured a new deal for him.


source: SportMob