Milan – The difficulties being experienced by AC Milan and Inter Milan got the attention of the former players, Francesco Coco. In particular, the Inter owner Erick Thohir under the spotlight of Coco.
Milan and Inter are being dimmed. Both do not have enough financial strength to bring world-class players, is directly proportional to the performance shown.
Coco playing with the Rossoneri – many on loan – in the mid-90s until 2002. He then move to the Nerazzurri and spent five years there in the last two years where Coco was loaned out to other clubs.
“On the economic level, both teams do not invest like plumpness other clubs at this time,” said Coco to Social Calcio Italian Football News reported.
“For Milan, I guess it‘s up to (Silvio) Berlusconi. He kept saying that he wanted the best for Milan, but he did not make more investments and at the same time he does not want to sell the club.”
“As for Inter, (Massimo) Moratti has sold the club due to financial difficulties. Thohir not know anything about the world of football and struggling to understand how to run a football team,” he blasted.