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Galliani focused on Siena
May 12, 2013 8:49 PM EST
Milan managing director Adriano Galliani wants his team to move on from their Roma draw and focus on the club's next match against Siena.
Alleged racist chanting from a section of supporters overshadowed Sunday's goalless draw between Milan and Roma.
The ill-tempered game ended with both sides reduced to 10 men. In a bizarre turn of events, Sulley Muntari received a red card for seemingly physically preventing referee Gianluca Rocchi from showing another card, moments after booking striker Mario Balotelli.
But Galliani refused to talk about the incident, instead choosing to focus on the club's last game of the season away to Siena.
"I will not talk about the referees, I never have done and I won't do it now," Galliani told the club's official website.
"This game is over now, and we think of Siena.
"Siena will not give us anything even if they are relegated, and we go there with the utmost determination.
"We have to win in Siena because the draw is not enough."
Galliani has insisted that there was no cause of concern for Milan, despite Fiorentina closing the gap in the race for third place to just two points with a 1-0 win over Palermo.
"If we had been told after the first eight days that we were playing for third place at the end of the season we would have taken it," he said.