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Adiyiah regrets signing for Milan

Tue, 23 Aug 2011 Source: --

Ghana striker Dominic Adiyiah believes he could have been a better player had he refused to sign for Italian gaints AC Milan.
The 20-year-old, a Most Valuable Player and Golden Shoe recipient at the 2009 Fifa Under-20 World, signed up for Milan afterwards.
But he failed to make the grades at the San Siro and was farmed out to Piacenza and Regina before spending the second half of last season at Partizan Belgrade.
“For me I must say it was a big mistake,” he told OtiAdjei Report.
“But as a youngster when a big team like Milan needs you cannot say no. However when you get there and there is no room for you, that is when you have to decide I need to go somewhere and do the right thing and come back.”
Adiyiah signed for ambitious Turkish second-tier side Kars?yaka in a move to revive his club career.

Ghana striker Dominic Adiyiah believes he could have been a better player had he refused to sign for Italian gaints AC Milan.
The 20-year-old, a Most Valuable Player and Golden Shoe recipient at the 2009 Fifa Under-20 World, signed up for Milan afterwards.
But he failed to make the grades at the San Siro and was farmed out to Piacenza and Regina before spending the second half of last season at Partizan Belgrade.
“For me I must say it was a big mistake,” he told OtiAdjei Report.
“But as a youngster when a big team like Milan needs you cannot say no. However when you get there and there is no room for you, that is when you have to decide I need to go somewhere and do the right thing and come back.”
Adiyiah signed for ambitious Turkish second-tier side Kars?yaka in a move to revive his club career.

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