I won’t quit, says Galliani
Yet Galliani has silenced the many who are calling for his head by insisting he doesn’t understand why he should go. “I won’t resign because those that do in this country are seen as culprits,” noted the Rossoneri Vice-President. “I don’t feel at all responsible for anything that has happened. In fact, I think I have always done well for the Lega Calcio.”
Galliani’s decision to fight on has been approved by his great friend and Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi. “Adriano Galliani is right to not quit as President of the League,” the former Italian Prime Minister stated last night.
The media mogul also dismissed reports that he offered former Juve director Luciano Moggi a job at Milan last September.