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Ancelotti plays down Seedorf spat, concentrates on Lille game
Published in FilGoal on 24 - 09 - 2006

AC Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti has berated the media for focusing on his sideline clash with Dutchman Clarence Seedorf in the team's Serie A match against Livorno.
The television cameras picked up an exchange during Saturday's 0-0 draw at Livorno between Ancelotti and Seedorf.
It comes just days after the media aired a similar interaction between the coach and Kaka.
"My outbursts are being turned into soap operas now. What happened is between Clarence Seedorf and myself, it concerns nobody else. What irritates me is this camera always under your nose recording what you say to the players," Ancelotti said.
A clearly incensed Ancelotti is feeling the stress of trying to recover AC Milan from an eight point deduction, but quickly switched the subject to the match at hand.
"It's true that Livorno played as well but one side played to win and the other on the counter-attack," he said.

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"Livorno is a difficult pitch to play at and they don't allow you play, so what resulted can happen."
This goalless draw ends the Spanish giants' 100 percent record, leaving them ranked with two points, a nice comeback from the previous deduction, but still not enough for Ancelotti.
"It was a difficult match and it was clear that a victory would have been important but considering everything it was a good result, it was a tricky away game," he said.
AC Milan has the chance to reclaim glory in the UEFA Champions League, where they take on Lille in France on Tuesday evening.
Ancelotti remains cautious about the upcoming match but hopeful.
"Lille play very well on home turf and are certainly a dangerous opponent, especially when they turn up the tempo."
"We have a chance to prepare for the Champions League and we can take a good step forward against Lille," he added.


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