Milan chief officer Adriano Galliani believes that the team is paying the price for some poor refereeing decisions this season.
Milan’s home form continues to be disappointing although Galliani believes they were denied a blatant penalty during Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Torino.
“Our mistakes in goal-scoring situations is one thing, the referees’ mistakes are another,” he said.
“I reiterate that these things are happening regularly, but I don’t suggest there are motivations.
“I am only saying that this happens. I want to know what Pierluigi Collina [Italian referees’ chief] will say for the penalty that was not awarded for the clear foul on Massimo Ambrosini on Saturday.
“Due to the fact that he has been a referee, I am convinced he will say a penalty should have been awarded.”
Milan, who lie seventh with 14 points from 11 games, have not won a league game at The San Siro since April.