Beddows Defiant in the face of Pressure


Beddows has stated publicly that come what may his job is safe and he will remain at AC Milan for many many decades to come.

Beddows has blamed the clubs poor league form on Frank Hirst and the abysmal fixture list that he has concocted.

Last week for example saw AC Milan face 8 games in 9 games. “It is completely shocking”

Sun 24 Jan Division 1 [H] 0 1 Real Madrid Lost Game View Match View Match
Mon 25 Jan SMFA Shield Group F [H] 3 2 SC Bastia Won Game View Match View Match
Tue 26 Jan Top 100 Cup Round 1 [A] 2 2 Valencia CF Won Game View Match View Match
AC Milan win 5 – 4 on penalties.
Wed 27 Jan Friendly [H] 2 3 Juventus Lost Game View Match View Match
Thu 28 Jan Division 1 [A] 3 1 SS Lazio Won Game View Match View Match
Sat 30 Jan Friendly [A] 2 1 Olympiacos Won Game View Match View Match
Sun 31 Jan Division 1 [H] 1 2 Internazionale Lost Game View Match View Match
Mon 1 Feb SMFA Shield Group F [A] 4 1 Viktoria Plzeň Won Game View Match View Match

Shocking schedule of AC Milan last week

Beddows though explains while securcing Division One status is important it is not imperative to keeping his job.

“Our No 1 aim is the SMFA Shield and we are intent on winning this great competition. We have won 4 out of 4 so far against some very tough opposition.” 
Beddows ended the press conference highly critical of the referees in Top 100 and when questioned if he believed that Roy Keane had influenced the referee selection committee,  Beddows answered. “No comment… I have already been quite vocal on Keane interference and have seen transcripts of his phone calls he makes whilst walking his dogs.”
“I am 99.99% certain that Milan having a goal disallowed against Inter on Sunday was no conincidence and I prefer not to comment on those two offside goals that were scored by Fox’s plucky players in a match which had I have picked the referee would not have finished like that!”

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