Former Milan and Udinese manager Alberto Zaccheroni praises Milan’s coach Stefano Pioli and believes the Rossoneri play good football in Italy even without irreplaceable Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
on Wednesday at the San Siro as
’s side look to close the gap toInter
at the top of the Serie A.
“Pioli is doing a great job. Enthusiasm is fueled by looking ahead, not looking behind and Milan have something more than their opponents, including Inter,”
told La Gazzetta dello Sport
“They play good football. When they move in the final third, they are nice to see. Milan are not the best team, but they are those who play better football in Serie A.”
will be out of action for the next four games at least due to injury.
“He is magical and irreplaceable, but Pioli has built a team that also works without him. They must seek depth, rely on the instinct of Leao and take advantage of Theo’s runs,"