2014 World Cup: AC Milan manager Seedorf tight-lipped on Muntari starting role against Atalanta
By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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AC Milan manager Clarence Seedorf swerved a question on whether Ghana star Sulley Muntari will start for his side against Atalanta in the Serie A on Sunday insisting the information sensitive to the outcome of the game.
The Dutch gaffer quickly dismissed a question on Muntari’s role in the trip to Atalanta in the pre-match interview and suggested the line-up will be revealed at the appropriate time.
“If Poli and Muntari will start tomorrow? The match is very important, so I won’t reveal such sensitive information,” he told reporters.
The Rossoneris are hoping to perpetuate their winning run after recovering from the 2-0 defeat at AS Roma to beat cross-city rivals Inter Milan 1-0 at the Giuseppe Meazza last weekend.
Muntari’s starting role in the Milan team has been inconsistent since Seedorf took charge as head coach and Muntari fans within the Milan circles are worried about the form of the player.
He came off the bench in 72nd minute and helped Milan to beat his former club – Inter Milan 1-0 last weekend.