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Kaka Admits Milan without Berlusconi and Galliani Will Not Be the Same
Kaka is probably one of the greatest players to have last represented AC Milan.
The club fell into tough times over the last decade and this has been a major factor in their inability to compete for the best players in the transfer market. Kaka did not arrive at Milan as one of the best in the world.
Instead, he was signed up from Brazil as a highly talented midfielder. Under the regime of Carlo Ancelotti, a then-young Kaka progressed impressively and went on from strength to strength. He was a major factor in helping Milan lift their last Champions League title in 2007.
The immense successes with Milan propelled Kaka into the tag of being the best player in the world. Indeed, he was the last winner of the FIFA world Player of the Year title apart from the duo of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Such was the quality within the Brazilian, who is now playing with Orlando City. Kaka recently witnessed AC Milan finally change hands with Chinese investors coming into the club.
Silvio Berlusconi, who has been the main man at the club, now goes into the sunset after more than three decades. Chief executive Adriano Galliani is also expected to leave the club as the new management kicks in.
Kaka says that it will be a new era at the club, and it would be difficult to see Milan without Berlusconi and Galliani at the same time.“It’s a bit hard to process this, Galliani and Berlusconi represent Milan’s best years. We’ll see what happens. I hope it’s not their last derby.Milan are doing very well this year. As a fan, I hope Montella can line up the best team possible against Inter, and that fans will show up to the stadium en masse, so that they can celebrate a Rossoneri win,” said Kaka.