Prison?!Milosevic out of "Italian prison," happy with Zaragoza
ZARAGOZA, February 3 (DS) - Real Zaragoza Yugoslavian international Savo Milosevic has been showing good results since his return from Italy, where he player for Parma last season.
Milosevic scored two goals against Rayo Vallecano, causing Zaragoza fans' delight.
The striker himself was jubilant with his squad's effort and shared his impressions with Spanish newspaper AS:
(A) It was fantastic for me and especially the team.
(Q) Did you know about the crisis in your team and the spat with the fans?
(A) Yes, I've been in touch with my teammates. I knew the team were facing difficult times. But in soccer everything changes very quickly. A goal, a victory is enough to change the matter.
(Q) Why haven't you succeeded in Italy?
(A) They play not exactly football, but something different. I'd better not go in details.
(Q) You have played in England (Aston Villa), Spain (Zaragoza) and Italy (Parma)...
(A) The English soccer is very dynamic. There are no teams who play in defense, they attack and cause much pleasure to spectators. In Spain the attacking line is also very strong, but the Spanish soccer is more qualified, and I believe it is the most beautiful football in the world.
The main shortcoming of Italian game is their tactical scheme.
Their main priority is the defense. Even their scorers play in defense. I guess Di Stefano said that the only players who enjoy Italian soccer are defenders. It's very boring.
(Q) What is a striker like you supposed to do then?
(A) Once I didn't manage to score in five successive games. Italian soccer is a real prison for a forward like me.
(Q) During 18 months you played under different coaches…
(A) When I joined Parma, Malesani was coaching the team. Then came Ulivieri, Sacchi, Carmignati, Passarella and again Carmignati. It was hell. That's why the club are currently in crisis. Each coach brings his rules, his tactics and schemes.