"Oddo was a good person, now Zeman is here. When I found out I was in the first澳门外围投注-team I was very happy.
"I was in France, in Grenoble with my aunt, then I went to Livorno. After that, I came to Pescara to live in a family's home.
Former refugee Mamadou Coulibaly describes playing for Pescara against Milan as 'a dream come true.'
The 18-year-old arrived in Europe in 2015, having fled his native Senegal, and spent a period of time homeless before being spotted by the Delfini while playing football with friends.
"To have played against the team I have supported since I was a boy was great. My dream is to play for the national t真人外围投注eam."
"They helped me a lot, I didn't have documents, they did a lot for me. I still live with them now."
"It is a dream come true, I made a lot of sacrifices to come here," the youngster said after his first Delfini start in today's 1-1 draw with the Rossoneri, who he supported as a young boy.
Having trained with Serie A's bottom club for six months, Pescara announced they had signed Coulibaly on a permanent basis and he made his debut in the 3-0 defeat to Atalanta a fortnight ago.