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AC Milan midfielder says Italians don’t fear the Gunners
AC Milans former Tottenham midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng has launched an astonishing attack against Arsenal ahead of tomorrow's Champions League clash.
The German born 24-year-old spent two years at White Hart Lane from 2007 and is set to face his old side's north London rivals at the San Siro, a prospect which does not worry him.
"I'm not scared of Arsenal," Boateng said. "The problem with Arsenal is one day they play amazing football and then they play really badly.
"In the end they don't have balance. They either play unbelievable football or they don't know what theyre doing."
And Boateng believes the lack of proven winners is why they have not won a trophy since 2005.
"It comes down to inexperience. Arsenal don't know what you have to do to win titles theyre always close but they break down," he said.
"All their players are young, of course theyre hungry but they dont know how to get this target.
"Without the experience its difficult to take the last step, experience is what you need. To win the league or to reach the semi-final or final of the Champions League you need experience.
"There's always something missing at Arsenal. That bit is the experience we have so much of that at Milan and I think that's what they need."