Galliani stresses AC Milan will not wear 'unlucky' black jersey again

The Rossoneri director has made it clear that they will never wear the kit they wore against Arsenal again, and will return to the yellow outfit they sported previously
AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has made it clear that the Serie A champions will no longer be wearing the black jersey they wore during Tuesday's 3-0 Champions League loss away against Arsenal.

Galliani believes the black kit brings bad luck to Milan, and revealed that they will return to the yellow jersey they have worn in the past as their reserve outfit next season.

"We will not wear that kit again. I tried everything in my powers in order to avoid that we would have to wear it against Arsenal, but the only alternative was playing nude," Galliani said to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

"That was the last time that we wore that outfit. We had a yellow kit for a few years, and will return to that colour."

Milan are currently preparing for the Serie A match at home against Lecce on Sunday.

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