An incredible celebration, which began at the triple whistle of Reggio Emilia, which lasted until late at night in front of the club headquarters with about 20,000 people, and then rekindled in the late afternoon today with the open bus that crossed Milan to Piazza Duomo: Milan finally celebrates the Scudetto victory with great class, after 11 years. A maddened crowd, which did nothing but hug and make fun of Inter and Calhanoglu, defining the latter a great traitor, for the passage to the Nerazzurri team. “The Italian Cup put it in the butt”, the banner displayed by the players on the bus. There was a great desire to celebrate, to celebrate a title won “with values” as the Rossoneri player Gazidis underlined today. “Whoever said we were stronger without you, didn’t understand anything”, the shout with which the Milan coach Stefano Pioli inaugurated the solemn party. It is a collective joy, which explodes when captain Romagnoli raises his cup to the sky under a shower of confetti while his teammates dance lighting up red smoke bombs under the notes of ‘Pioli is on Fire’, now the soundtrack of this championship, and which then continues. along the streets of Milan chosen by the club to reach the Duomo. A slow advance, that of the coaches, because the affection of the fans hardly allows the coach to proceed. Subsequently, the president of Milan, Paolo Scaroni the day after the victory of the homonymous team, was interviewed in front of the media and journalists, exclaiming with joy, verbatim words: “We all slept shortly after tonight. I want to thank all the media and journalists. for following us in this way and so much. You followed us in a phenomenal way and I am particularly grateful. Think how lucky I was to be the president of this Milan that wins the Scudetto after 11 years of not winning it. I consider myself very lucky, because I consider I have no merit in this Scudetto. The credit goes to all our wonderful team “.
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