‘I’ll never forgive my former team’ for failing to beat Juventus in the Champions League

‘I’ll never forgive my former team’ for failing to beat Juventus in the Champions League

I’ll never be able to forgive my old team Juventus for their failure to beat Manchester United in the last 16 of the Champions Leagues, according to former Milan and Barcelona coach Carlo Ancelotti.

It was a poor result that led to United having to play three straight games in the group stages and even the tie between United and Juventus had been called off.

“I will never forgive Juventus for failing in this match, because it was an unacceptable result,” Ancelóttis son Gianluca told Il Sole 24 Ore.

“Juventus did not do well in the match.

If you think about it, it was a tough result, a result in which we were not ready.

It was the worst result of our career, because we did not want to win.”

I was very happy at Milan, because I believed in this team.

I thought we could win, but I was wrong.

I was very disappointed, because there was no real chance for us to win the league.

“The loss to United was also a massive blow to the team, who have been searching for a long-term solution to their problems at the top.

Ancelovos son is currently on loan at Juventus, but he would not be drawn on the chances of returning to Milan for next season.

However, Ancelùs team will look to regain the league title on Saturday, with the Bianconeri now only three points adrift of leaders Juventus.”

We’re going to win this match on Saturday.

I am confident, and I’m not going to lose the game because I am going to be ready.

This will be a big game for us,” Anaceli told the Il Sole24 Ore website.

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