November 11th, 2011 by Marc
According to the latest reports, AC Milan’s Clarence Seedorf has been able to resume practice after his near climactic knee-injury. Coach Massimiliano Allegri has enough reason to be content with the present team since Seedorf’s absence had caused much worry. While many believe that Seedorf’s comeback may not be a big hope for the team, others believe that his presence definitely boosts the confidence of other players. When Seedorf played for AC Milan in his last match before succumbing to the knee injury, they lost. However, that was an away match, and Milan was playing a mighty side from Juventus. The Italian club lost 2-0, but was also seen as one of the toughest opponents against the South American club in recent weeks.
Clarence Seedorf is now 35-years old, and his abilities may be less of a prowess than it used to be. It is necessary for Allegri to realize these facts fans believe. However, the coach has not been confronted on these issues by the press in a strong manner, and Seedorf has remained hard at practicing his best skills. Moreover, the experts analyzing multiple aspects of the club’s advantages have revealed that Seedorf was seen to be playing well and smoothly tackling the ball in recent practice matches. That is a good sign and one expects to see the speedy player back on the soccer turf before the most crucial matches come up in November.
Italian Serie A matches will be held in a number of locations, and some of the most exciting matches will be against clubs like Roma. While many fans may not realize, experience in soccer players is most valuable for midfielders, as they help passing up the turf. Seedorf with more than a decade’s experience in international soccer, would be one of the best bets AC Milan can play. His quiet approach to ball-control is evident to avid fans, because of the command and understanding he shares with fellow players in the midfield area of a soccer field. Seedorf’s strength in this aspect will prove a major asset, as experts believe he looked better than before in practice sessions with his teammates.
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