Milan’s Furlani Calls Abolition of Growth Decree a ‘Sad Decision’

Ahead of the match against Sassuolo, AC Milan’s CEO, Giorgio Furlani, shared his thoughts in a pre-match interview with Sky.

Commenting on the abolition of the Growth Decree, Furlani said, “It’s a sad decision for Italian football. It impoverishes us, makes us less competitive, and weakens us. Italian football isn’t seen as an economic sector when it should be. Laws are preventing us from becoming world leaders again. It’s a terrible decision for us.” He also thanked Abodi for trying to push for a discussion on this matter, while expressing his disappointment that the outcome wasn’t as expected.

On the impact of the Growth Decree on the transfer market, Furlani pointed out, “It’s not just us, it’s everyone. This law has been in effect since January 1, and we will have to take it into account.”

Discussing the draw with Salernitana, Furlani said the results fell short of hopes, but insisted the focus should now shift to the crucial game against Sassuolo. He showed support to the team coach, implying that the constant scrutiny of the coach isn’t fair. “We need to provide a complete squad for the coach. We’ve had all the troubles you know, and we will keep moving forward”, Furlani said. The CEO’s statements were reported by Milan News 24.

For the full interview with Furlani, follow the link provided.

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