MILAN - This is what president Massimo Moratti said to reporters as he arrived at the Stadio Meazza this evening ahead of Inter v Livorno:
Are you emotional about your last game as president?
"How many times have you said this is my last game..."
Do you feel very emotional?
"No, because I hope to keep coming to watch games. Hopefully we can get the three points today because two of the top three are playing each other."
What did you make of Benitez's words?
"He can say that, because when Leonardo joined I bought players for him. It's just a lack of feeling, a shame."
Could your son Angelomario become president?
"You keep asking me that..."
Do you feel a sense of solidarity towards Galliani?
"I must say that I saw the game the other night and I was sorry to see Galliani looking sad, both for the match and the difficult situation he finds himself in. I wish him all the best. He's strong and he has the backing of his president."
Is it the end of an era for the city of Milan?
"No, I definitely don't think so."