Maldini tells Allegri to move on
AC Milan legend Paolo Maldini has told Massimiliano Allegri to stop dwelling on Sulley Muntari's disallowed goal against Juventus.
Muntari's strike crossed the line but was not spotted by the officials in Milan's 1-1 draw against Juventus back in February. The Milan coach is struggling to forget the incident and has brought it up on more than one occasion in recent weeks. "I agree that it was an important incident, but it's in the past now. You have to forget in order to relax and focus on your job. It's better for both sides to avoid further controversy," Maldini said. Milan's season has stuttered of late - having been knocked out of both the Champions League and Coppa Italia. The Rossoneri are, however, still in the hunt for the Serie A title. Milan are one point behind rivals Juventus, with six games remaining. Maldini believes the race is too tough to call: "Any team can slip up. It's very common this season. I'd say that both Juventus and Milan have a 50 per cent chance of winning the title."