AC Milan coach Allegri insists no need for panic after recent results

AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri insists there's no concern over recent poor results.

AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri insists there's no concern over recent poor results.

The Rossoneri have already lost twice in 2012 against Inter and Lazio, confirming their dismal record against the big clubs.

“It’s a shame for those defeats, but they absolutely no not make for a disappointing season, because we are in the Coppa Italia semi-final, the Champions League second round and are one point behind this time last year.

“I thought about this, but at the end of the season if we are on top then we won’t look at how many points we picked up against Juventus, Lecce or Chievo. Winning a head-to-head such as the one with Juventus on February 25 would fire us up, but what really counts is the Scudetto on May 13.

“When a team loses, it’s normal that the Coach is the first in the dock, but we have been through worse. We need balance, as the side hasn’t lost its quality or become mediocre from one week to the next.

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