AC Milan's Clarence Seedorf pleased with decision to leave Botafogo
AC Milan head coach Clarence Seedorf has defiantly told reporters that he will succeed in the job, after leaving Brazilan club Botafogo to take up the reigns in Italy in January.
Seedorf caused a little controversy by announcing that he was to leave the Brazilian club in order to answer the plea of one of his former clubs, despite enjoying a fruitful time in Rio de Janeiro and helping his side qualify for this year's Copa Libertadores.
Speaking with Sky Sport Italia, the Dutchman said: "It is a crisis when a coach is fired, so I had to put the group back on track and in that sense, I am satisfied at how we have progressed."
Milan have teetered around mid table all season and Seedorf had been criticised for leaving Brazil when he did, but he remains adamant that success will happen at the club: "I'm enjoying the experience," he said," I'm growing every day."