MILAN, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- AC Milan head coach Massimiliano Allegri insisted that his job is not at risk following his side's 2-1 loss at Udinese in the Italian Serie A on Sunday.
"Talking about my dismissal would be senseless, as it's not my decision. I have never had a problem and, considering our rapport, neither has the club," he was quoted as saying by football-italia.net.
"I don't feel guilty, nor a victim. We lost today, yes, but played with courage down to nine men and that is a good sign. The lads deserve credit for that.
"We are missing results. Today it was a defeat, but the team played well and we still have to build on that to correct mistakes. We should've marked Di Natale on the corner and not made an error on the penalty.
"Milan still played good football at times and this side has all the qualities to get back on track. We've only got three points in the table, so we have to win on Wednesday. After all, last season at this stage we only had two more points," he said.