Legendary Italian coach: Gianluigi Donnarumma ungrateful


The legendary Italian coach, Fabio Capello, did not hesitate to label the Italian national team goalkeeper, Gianluigi Donnarumma , as an ungrateful player. Fabio Capello condemned after Donnarumma decided to leave AC Milan.

Gianluigi Donnarumma has decided not to renew his contract with AC Milan. This left the Rossoneri with no choice but to let the goalkeeper go and join Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

Even though AC Milan was trying so hard to persuade him to stay at the San Siro. However, Donnarumma remained steadfast in not wanting to sign a new contract.

The departure of Gianluigi Donnarumma makes Milanisticis very angry. It turned out that not only AC Milan fans were angry, but the legendary Italian coach who had presented many trophies for the Rossoneri, Fabio Capello, also raised his voice against Donnarumma’s attitude.

Keep Italy National Team Goalkeeper
Gianluigi Donnarumma has just returned to the San Siro to defend the Italian national team against Spain in the 2020/2021 UEFA Nations League semifinals.

Fabio Capello knows that many AC Milan fans are upset with Donnarumma because of his decision to leave the San Siro.

Capello, who has presented four Scudetti titles and one Champions League trophy while managing the Rossoneri from the start, hopes that the fans can continue to support the Gli Azzurri goalkeeper.

“I hope they will fulfill his wish because he is a national team player who has made a huge contribution,” Capello told Corriere dello Sport .

However, Fabio Capello also gave a strong view of Gianluigi Donnarumma . The former AC Milan and Juventus coach also criticized the goalkeeper who is now in PSG’s uniform.

He admitted that the way Donnarumma left AC Milan was very bad. Capello said the 22-year-old goalkeeper did not appreciate all the services of the Rossoneri towards him.

“However, let me say he is ungrateful to AC Milan.

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Gianluigi Donnarumma received a cold reception when he returned to the San Siro because he was considered an enemy for some Italian fans. But, there is still support for the 22-year-old goalkeeper.

Donnarumma returned to the San Siro to defend Italy in the UEFA Nations League semifinal match , Thursday (7/10/2021) early morning WIB. Donnarumma played since the early minutes, but in that match Italy lost 2-1.

Italy failed to match the 2021 UEFA Nations League title with Euro 2020. In addition, Italy also lost for the first time in the last 38 matches in all competitions. The record of 37 games without defeat is broken.

Donnarumma came to the San Siro with the status of goalkeeper of the Italian national team. However, that doesn’t seem to stop AC Milan fans from giving a ‘special’ welcome to the goalkeeper who joined PSG at the start of the 2021/2022 season.

Milan fans have a bad relationship with Donnarumma. And, Italy’s match against Spain was held at the San Siro. So, Donnarumma also received a welcome from Milan fans.

Before the match, Milan fans put up mocking banners aimed at Donnarumma in several corners of the city. One of them was made by Ultras Curva Sud Milan which reads: Donnarumma, damn it. You will never be welcome again in Milan.

Then, throughout Italy’s match against Spain , Gianluigi Donnarumma always got a shout from the stands when he was holding the ball. He continued to get shouts and boos from the Milan fans who were present at the San Siro.

Busquets Pay Attention
Donnarumma’s difficult situation also received attention from those on the field. Not only from his teammates, the 22-year-old goalkeeper also received support from Spanish players.

Spain captain, Sergio Busquets, even had time to give a ‘puk-puk’ on Donnarumma’s shoulder to calm the situation. That moment came when Spain got a corner and the fans gave Donnarumma a shout.

Support from Mancini
Italy coach, Roberto Mancini, did not turn a blind eye to the difficult situation faced by Donnarumma. However, he feels the goalkeeper has done a good job. Mancini was disappointed that Donnarumma came to the San Siro as a national team player.

“It certainly wouldn’t please him, just as it wouldn’t please us. Gigio did well,” said Mancini.

“Obviously, it’s disappointing, because this is an Italian game, it’s not a club. They could have ruled it out for one game, maybe they’ll do it in the PSG-Milan duel, because Italy should be above everything,” continued Mancini.