Earlier today AC Milan sacked Filippo Inzaghi after he failed to secure European football for the club. The Rossoneri finished 10th last season and was shown the door midway through his two year contract.
It was expected that former Italian and Milan striker was to be shown the door and probably asked to close it on his way out. Former sampdoria boss, Sinisa Mihaljovic replaced him and was installed earlier today.
Inzaghi thanked the fans for their support, but failed to hide his anger and bitterness, I’m sure he wasn’t even trying to hide it. The it’s not you it’s me will probably not go down well with the Italian.
Inzaghi wrote on Facebook: “This completes an unforgettable experience that has enriched me from both a professional and personal point of view.
“I thank Milan for giving me this great opportunity. I gave everything, together with my staff, working every day with passion, desire and extreme dedication. But unfortunately it was not enough and things did not go as we had all hoped.
“The bitterness and disappointment remains at not having the opportunity to continue but this is football.
“A hug and best of luck from my heart to all the players who have followed me in these months. Despite the problems they have always shown respect and professionalism.”
He added: “I also thank all the Rossoneri fans who, until the last moment, through the suffering were close to me. A special mention to the Curva SudÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ thank you for your moving statement.
“Milan will always be in my heart Ã¢â‚¬Â¦ I will support and scream for them always. I hug you all and see you soon.”