Silvio Berlusconi, former AC Milan owner and Italian Prime Minister, has reacted to the promise he had made to provide his Monza players with a bus full of sex workers following their victory over Juventus on Sunday.
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Following Monza's historic victories over Juventus both home and away in Serie A this season, Berlusconi has said that people want him to commit to the promise he made to his players regarding the services of sex workers.
The Italian minnows are competing in the Italian top flight for the first time in their history this season, and following their win over the Bianconeri this past weekend, the newly promoted side leapfrogged Juve into 11th position in the Serie A standings.
Despite Gianluca Caprari's early strike being ruled out by VAR, Monza managed to pick up a sensational victory away in Turin thanks to goals from Patrick Ciurria and Dany Mota in the first half.
They thus become the first team to beat Juve in each of their opening two top-flight matches since Inter Milan in 1930, as per Opta Sports.
Prior to Christmas, Berlusconi had promised his players that he would send them a bus full of sex workers if they beat the record Serie A champions.
Speaking at Monza's Christmas party last month, he proclaimed: "We have found a coach (Raffaele Palladino) who is good, friendly and capable of stimulating our boys.
“I have also given the players extra motivation and I have told them that if we beat Milan, Juventus... one of these big clubs, I send them a 'bus full of sex workers to the locker room'."
Asked about his promise after the victory over Juventus on Sunday, he said, as per La Repubblica: "Over 100 people have already called me, and they ask me to fulfil my commitment."
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Monza's next match is a league tie at home against Sampdoria next week Monday.
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