PART-5: Meanwhile, Eternal Absolutist Berlusconi Had Better Whisper Into His Coach’s Ear Instead Of Yelling Them Via The Media!!! What If AC-Milan Operates Without Murdoch’s Journalism, Whether It Needs To Improve Organizational Culture Or Not?

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > ‘Il Corriere della Grisi’… ‘No Compromise’
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This Writing Was Basically Part Of
🙂 JIWON to ITALY: Therefore, I Went To ‘Il Corriere della Grisi’. Will Italian Leftists Call Me ‘Lega Nord’? I Care Nothing. Diaspora Jews or Arabs? Members of West-Eastern-Divan-Orchestra? I Never Compromise On This Issue (Apr 19 – Jul ?, 2010)

In Case You Want To Read Previous Parts…
🙂 PART-1: Therefore, I went to “Il Corriere della Grisi” (Apr 19, 2010)
🙂 PART-2: From Licia Albanese to Anna Netrebko. From Puccini to Wagner. From Anna Netrebko to Galina Vishnevskaya. From Galina Vishnevskaya to Elena Bashkirova. From Russian Wife to Russian Whore (Apr 22, 2010)
🙂 PART-3: Whose Racism? Berlusconi or Murdoch? Only A Pig Is Seen In The Eyes Of A Pig. Whose Immigration Policy? Berlusconi or Prodi? Am I Opening Pandora’s Box In Italy? (Apr 23 – May 6, 2010)
🙂 PART-4: AC-Milan’s “Catenaccio” & La-Scala’s “Bel-Canto”! When Both Italian Cultures Are Dying… Why Don’t Italian Kids Open The Real Debate After “2010 World Cup”? Let’s Hope Italian Kids Not To Prove La Scala’s German Whore Waltraud Meier’s Arrogant Big Mouth On Italian Stupidity… (May 6 – 13, 2010)

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PART-5a: Eternal Absolutist Berlusconi Had Better Whisper Into His Coach’s Ear Instead Of Yelling Them Via The Media… Ho-Ho!!!

(Updated on MAY 15, 2010)

Should Leonardo listen to Berlusconi about…? Sep 8, 2009 / By Reuters Soccer Blog
After putting Leonardo in charge of AC Milan, owner Silvio Berlusconi has been trying to help the novice coach get to grips with the job with advice on how to tease the best from Ronaldinho. (…) The advice might be good but if Leonardo takes it, he risks looking like the owner’s puppet. So next time Berlusconi has some tips, he might be better whispering into his coach’s ear instead of yelling them via the media.

(JIWON: I’m laughing again. Gosh… I should have followed this scandal from their very start. My posting about Berlusconi and Soccer Mentality was supposed to be very short, and it was a mere prelude of my real posting, my stubborn opinion about Immigrant sh*t or WEDO sh*t. Now, I can’t make it simple.)

Ormai è UFFICIALE, Leonardo annuncia l’ADDIO: “Io e il Milan ci SEPARIAMO, con grande SERENITA’…” May 14, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “… Ma voglio chiarire che il tutto sta avvenendo in estrema serenità e cortesia, come è sempre stato il mio rapporto con il Milan. …” (…)

(JIWON: I just can’t help laughing. I didn’t know that THEIR relationship has always been “tranquil and serene”… hum.) Special: Milan Are Destined For A Disastrous 2010-11 Without Leonardo Apr 29, 2010 / By Goal

Galliani si complimenta con Galli e traccia la strada per il NUOVO Milan: “Avvicinare i giovani alla prima squadra” May 13, 2010 / By Goal
Il commento del giorno (Federico): Linea verde? Bravo Milan, i campioni vanno cresciuti in casa! Il Barça insegna May 14, 2010 / By Goal
I Vs Blog (Cuore Rossonero) – Ecco il Milan del futuro! Ripartiamo da Zac… May 14, 2010 / By Goal

Confalonieri: “Ci vogliono troppi soldi, solo Moratti…” May 14, 2010 / By Goal
Sul prossimo tecnico del Milan Confalonieri conferma che la scelta verrà presa in prima persona dal presidente Silvio Berlusconi: “Io avrei tenuto Leonardo. Ma Silvio sa scegliere gli allenatori. Sacchi lo prese dal Parma. Capello lo chiamavano il maggiordomo di Berlusconi, ora è il numero 1 al mondo“. (…)

Anche Sacchi si dispiace dell’addio di Leonardo al Milan: “Sono però certo che avrà un gran futuro” May 14, 2010 / By Goal
(…) I perchè di questa scelta? Sacchi la vede molto semplice: “E’ vero, il calcio italiano non sta vivendo un bellissimo momento, con le polemiche e gli episodi di violenza che ne stanno minando l’appeal, ma non penso che tutto questo abbia inciso nella scelta di Leonardo, credo sia stata semplicemente una scelta di vita“.

(JIWON: Before finishing this part…
I start to FEEL, while following Italian soccer fans, that there is something weird going on in this story. Almost everyone is literally insulting AC Milan Tyrant Berlusconi as an Old Screw while honoring Leonardo’s sincere job. They point out that not only Berlusconi knew nothing about the art of soccer and filled up his wallet with Kaka’s deal, but also Berlusconi kept buying useless, aging players and therefore ruined everything. But I clearly remember one article, in which Berlusconi himself was mad at this happening. I also FEEL that there is something wrong going on in the management part, since everybody is chanting in unison that even the limited budget has been misused.

And therefore… and altogether… they only want Owner Berlusconi to open his wallet or sell the club, instead of pointing out who is actually in charge of Transfer-deal or Talent-hunt. As far as I know, Old Screw Silvio has been an Italian premier entangled in all kinds of f*cking scandals. He may be a tyrant, but never a GOD, who knows everything. In my view, there is someone around Owner Berlusconi and this incompetent-or-corrupt(?) personal is rather using this media power and steering public opinion to force Old Screw Silvio to lose his political power and sell his AC Milan to wealthy Arabs or Russians. Or perhaps, it is simply an organizational problem.)

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PART-5b: What If AC-Milan Operates Without Murdoch’s Journalism, Whether It Needs To Improve Organizational Culture Or Not?

(Updated on MAY 17, 2010)

Berlusconi vicino a vendere il Milan? La società, per il momento, SMENTISCE… May 16, 2010 / By Goal
Secca risposta del club di Via Turati alle indiscrezioni di ‘Italian Murdoch’s Sky Sport’.
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Comment-Roberto Milan / 21.43 16/mag/2010: VOCI messe in giro dalla CONCORRENTE SKY per screditare ancora di più il “rivale”…è da un anno e mezzo che Sky ne inventa di tutti i colori su Berlusconi ed il Milan… / [Agree 0 : Disagree 3]

(JIWON: Italians disagree. Really? Then, what about this? I happened to find the articles below while checking if Murdoch’s British media had resumed its typical business to hunt its Italian prey on this issue, Silvio Berlusconi’s Sex, Lies, and Earthquake: DRAQUILA: ITALY TREMBLES. I just feel speechless.)

Mourinho on Chelsea, Inter Milan and conquering Europe May 16, 2010 / By Murdoch’s British Media
(…) There have been times this season when the Portuguese has felt like there has been precious little balance in the treatment of his own team. Frustrated by officiating that has seen linesmen celebrate when Inter dropped crucial points, angered by press criticism, he has sometimes felt like he is competing against a nation. It has not escaped his attention that Italy’s prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, owns both Inter’s principal rivals, AC Milan, and much of the country’s media. “It’s easy to love when you are loved. And in England it was a little bit like this. Everybody knew I was in love with English football, with English competition, with English mentality. In Italy it was a little bit the opposite — the same way I was honest in England I’m honest here, and I was saying many, many things in the game I don’t accept, I don’t understand. … I read a few words from Ancelotti a few days ago. He is Italian, he’s saying he’s loving English football, he hopes to stay for many, many years. He’s so happy that he doesn’t have in England what he has in Italy with the whole mess after matches: what television and hidden cameras and people create after the game because of a referee’s decisions. This is not my natural habitat.”(…)

(JIWON: To be honest, I am surprised at this Portuguese guy’s British interview. No one can criticize my report as biased as they do Murdoch’s journalism, since I’ve known NO names of Italian national team coach Marcello Lippi or Italian troublemaker Francesco Totti or British giant Manchester United F.C. or Italian oil-mogul’s serpent F.C. Internazionale Milano or Italian Old-Lady Juventus F.C. until a week ago.)
Mourinho is the self-titled ‘Special One’ … Despite the controversy surrounding Mourinho, he continued, for the most part, to have a good rapport with the press. Always willing to produce a sound-bite for the thronged media men, he was a dream for the tabloids. (…)

(JIWON: I am pretty sure what this article means for the Italian soccer fans. I am not talking about the Italian media. While following Italian opinions, it was very interesting to figure out couple of general sentiment of the Italians. They were comparing Intermilan’s glamorous coach with ACmilan’s handsome one. They were comparing ACmilan’s tyrant with ACmilan’s victim. In some way, they put both Intermilan’s glamorous coach and ACmilan’s tyrant into the same category. Finally, while reading Marcello Lippi’s articles, I found one article, in which the author felt pity on this Portuguese coach and explained the reason of his Italian bad luck. That he should not treat Italian media like British tabloids, which used to make his outspoken behaviors rather a heroic deed. Now, I try to find this article, but the one above was what I got instead.

In short, I don’t think it is proper for Murdoch’s journalism to report everything in this way. Am I biased?)

Mourinho: I don’t like Italian football Mar 31, 2010 / By Murdoch’s British Media
Italian press tell fans to ignore Jose Mourinho comments Mar 31, 2010 Murdoch’s British Media
(…) Given to Murdoch’s Sky Sports, the comments will have further damaged Mourinho’s difficult relationship with the Italian press, but with a Champions League quarter-final, first leg to play, they did not react as negatively as you might expect. (…) As one translation put it, “he entrusted his temper” with Murdoch’s Sky Sports. (…)

(JIWON: May I add two cents? Italians might find this report very interesting. The Korean soccer team also had a rocky relationship with the Portuguese coach. It was after 2002 World Cup Fiasco and he came to Korea at the Dutch recommendation. It was quite an issue in Korean media, and this is why I still remember a puzzled expression on his (humorous) face while remembering nothing about 2006 World Cup. I think, the Portuguese coach and his Korean soccer team were both on the same emotional-side and this duo didn’t work out. Though I’m not sure, I remember this because Korean media frequently pointed out his personality, along with his leadership style, which simply didn’t work out in Korea. If my memory serves right, Korean media welcomed his Korean-like(?) personality and predicted his rosy relationship with his Korean players and then it took months for them to blame his same personality for his failure.

But this Portuguese was never similar to the Intermilan’s coach. (I couldn’t resist my curiosity, and started my research.) According to today’s research, it was not his technical skills but his style that counted. Another Korean article, written in 2003, pointed out that the Korean soccer team was never like his favorite internationalized-Intermilan and this is why he failed and only weakened his Korean players’ Italian characters. Isn’t that interesting? More interestingly, when I changed the keywords into ‘Coach + Personality’, more valuable reports were found. Some felt very sorry for this Portuguese coach’s Korean misfortune that they presented him a nickname, Mr. Tofu or Mr. Lamb or Mr.Very-Gentle… ho-ho. (This nickname is never meant to hurt someone’s feeling.)

Anyway, I wish EVERYBODY a good luck, whether Intermilan’s Portuguese glamorous coach or ACmilan’s Brazilian handsome one or ACmilan’s Italian tyrant or ACmilan’s Brazilian victim. And I can promise one thing. Unlike this hot-tempered Intermilan’s Portuguese, who has remained and will remain a dream of British tabloids, ACmilan’s Brazilian will miss his beautiful Italy.)

Leonardo il SIGNORE dice addio al Milan: “Un cammino bellissimo, la società saprà come muoversi senza di me…” May 16, 2010 / By Goal

Youtube: Leonardo Araújo Hot and sexy
Youtube: Leonardo Araujo Hot Stuff
Comment: He’s from Brazil like me, he always was an attractive man, but he changed a lot (for better) since he gone to Italy. His appearance has become very Italianate, until his hairstyle is “a Italiana” and he uses adjusted suits with skinny ties… nothing more Italian. I liked very much. I love Italian style, it’s very charming (:

(JIWON: I was having a hard time after checking this young, handsome Brazilian coach. I knew that if I mention this hot stuff one more time, this poor victim will be immediately sacked by jealous Berlusconi. I also knew that this Brazilian physique could easily become a hot item among his Japanese fans, just like Japanese females were crazy about Korean male actors. Then suddenly, I realized what really hooked me was Italianate Brazilian Hot Stuff. Isn’t that interesting? Therefore…)

Official: Leonardo Confirms He Will Leave Milan May 14, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Leonardo said, “We are here to communicate that we have decided to separate by mutual consent in a tranquil and serene manner just like our relationship has been over the years. …” (…) “There are no surprises. Everything has been clear today like always.
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Comment-aremania indonesia / 6:30 PM May 14, 2010: This is not like Milan that I knew for years… Milan don’t just dump a family member… what a sad moment for Milanisti all over the world. Thank you for everything coach Leo!! / [Agree 48 : Disagree 2]
Comment-PierrotLeFou Montreal / 6:09 PM May 14, 2010: I understand if he has to go as a coach but he’s part of the family, and I’ll be very sad if he completely left the club. He’d still be a part of our staff hadn’t he taken the coaching job… Whatever happens, good luck Leo! / [Agree 62 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: I promise this Brazilian young coach will miss his Italianate side as much as these Italians miss their Brazilian characters. Of course, I can show you something more, in case he suddenly loses his Italian characters and becomes a pure big-mouth. I will delete this part but make it re-appear in case… ho-ho.)


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PART-5c: What If “La Voce dei Rossoneri” Realize That Their Comments Are Read, Their Grumblings Are Heard, And Their Talented Advices Are Recognized? What If Both Parties, “Old Screw Silvio” & “Spendthrift Rossoneri Supporters”, Meet Face To Face?

(Updated on MAY 18, 2010)

(JIWON: Now, it’s time for our ETERNAL ABSOLUTIST or lovable tyrant, Furious Silvio, Who Switched Off Manchester United-Milan At Half-Time (Mar 11, 2010)… ho-ho.)

Official: Leonardo Confirms He Will Leave Milan May 14, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-sami zoetermeer / 5:26 PM May 14, 2010: Berlusconi and Galliani will coach the team, coz no coach will accept with these players, coz they don’t wanna buy players. / [Agree 30 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Therefore, the story must go on.)

Berlusconi Gets Booed by Milan Fans Demanding Wins May 16, 2010 / By Businessweek
(…) “He’s transforming AC Milan into the most ridiculous team of Europe,” according to disgruntled supporters who set up a blog called “Berlusconi, Get Out of AC Milan” on Facebook Inc. The site attracted more than 25,000 members since it was formed April 27. The group wants Old Screw Berlusconi to sell the team unless (…) AC Milan, the seven-time European champion, hasn’t won Italy’s Serie A league since 2004. … AC Milan lost 16,293 season ticketholders after last year’s sale of Kaka, reducing the number to 27,865, the lowest since Berlusconi bought the club in 1986. … “The real AC Milan supporters are tired of Berlusconi,” said X (…) Fininvest SpA, Berlusconi’s holding company, responded … AC Milan spent 164 million euros on players’ salaries in the 2008-09 season, compared with 194 million euros at Inter Milan, company reports show. Fininvest added that AC Milan allocated 237 million euros from 2005 to 2009 to buy players. (…) Galliani said that … Berlusconi “can’t keep losing millions of euros every year.” … AC Milan’s loss narrowed to 9.8 million euros in 2009 from 66.8 million euros in 2008 after Kaka sale for 68 million euros. (…)

(JIWON: Therefore, the story must keep going on.)

Berlusconi vicino a vendere il Milan? La società, per il momento, SMENTISCE… May 16, 2010 / By Goal
Secca risposta del club di Via Turati alle indiscrezioni di ‘Italian Murdoch’s Sky Sport’.

The Search For Leonardo’s Successor At AC Milan Begins May 18, 2010 / By Serie A Weekly

Milan Consider Italy Coach Marcello Lippi As Leonardo Replacement May 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Abdulla AC-Milan Fan, Kuwait / 10:18 PM May 15, 2010: Lippi and Berlusconi would fit nicely together, they both live in the past and have no trust in new players / [Agree 16 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Maldini7 San Siro / 5:01 PM May 15, 2010: For his tactical ability and experience I would happily say yes, but for his mentality, no. Too many biases for certain players and he’s not exactly keen on youth, something Milan need desperately right now. But on the flip side, if given the nod, he might try and inject some more Italians in the squad which is always good for the league and he’d definitely patch up our defensive flaws, Lippi does not coach a team without a solid defense / [Agree 18 : Disagree 0]
Comment-areeoz anywhere / 3:36 PM May 15, 2010: I don’t care who the next coach is, one thing important that we absolutely need new players!!! n that’s all, forza milan!!! / [Agree 13 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Pelle Sweden / 2:14 PM May 15, 2010: I would rather … Lippi uses also effective football but it is BORING I would guess that he will use all Milans old players instead of bring in new and young. / [Agree 20 : Disagree 3]

(JIWON: Isn’t that very interesting to survey La Voce dei Rossoneri? I wonder why Italians call Marcello Lippi boring. (The one above is not the only one I found.) Did the Italian performance during 2006 World Cup look boring? To be honest, I don’t care who the next coach is… just like the commenter above. I also know how many candidates are currently very busy and I have no problem with each one. Then, what is my reason of posting this article and its specific name?)
(…) Italy coach Marcello Lippi was something of an exception at the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Unlike most of his counterparts, the Tuscan-born coach had only ever worked in his country of birth. … Lippi is not bound by a rigid tactical approach. He earns the respect of his players thanks to this flexibility as well as his own personal charisma and sincerity.

(JIWON: Who is the present president of Italian Football Federation? Marcello Lippi is not. Nor is he going to be. This pure Italian soccer-man, pure Italian patriot is FREE after 2010 World Cup.)

Dopo la contestazione, Berlusconi incontra la squadra May 17, 2010 / By Goal
Berlusconi upset over protests from AC Milan fans May 18, 2010 / By
(…) Fans sang anti-Berlusconi songs in support of departing coach Leonardo. Agi says the Italian PM told some of his fellow politicians: “I am disappointed. After all that, I did not deserve it …. I have led this team to the top of the world, I made them dream and to be repaid so … They should be grateful, but gratitude does not belong to the world of POLITICS, I imagine the same in SPORT …“.

Berlusconi upset over protests from AC Milan fans May 18, 2010 / By
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Comment-milanista_37 on Tue, 05/18/2010 – 18:07.: Yes we are grateful for those years, but we are fans. You can’t blame us for wanting for our club to do well. Its been three years we haven’t been competitive and you have done nothing to help us move forward. Buying ancient players who are already done, selling our best players. How can you expect us to just keep quiet and listen to you claiming that Milan is still the best club in the world?

Berlusconi Gets Booed by Milan Fans Demanding Wins May 16, 2010 / By Businessweek
(…) “There isn’t a real project for the club,” said Matteo Balboni, who formed the “Berlusconi, Get Out of AC Milan” group. “They are just cutting investments and selling the top players for money.” (…)

Galliani bacchetta i tifosi rossoneri: “Contestazione inaccettabile. Berlusconi ha portato il Milan ad essere il club più titolato al mondo” May 15, 2010
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Comment-alberto svizzera / 10.42 16/mag/2010: Sapete qual’è la cosa piu triste???Nessuno legge i nostri commenti…sono frasi sparate nel vuoto, nel niente…Quello che è diventato il milan… il vuoto, il niente… / [Agree 4: Disagree 0]

(JIWON: What if La Voce dei Rossoneri realize that their comments are read, their grumblings are heard, and their talented advices are recognized? Who do you think can do a perfect job if Marcello Lippi can’t? First of all, don’t you think both parties, “Old Screw Silvio” and “Spendthrift Rossoneri Supporters”, should meet face to face?)

(Updated on MAY 19-23, 2010)

Cagliari sacked Allegri over AC Milan, Juventus rumours Apr 15, 2010 / By
Lippi could become the Rossoneri technical director with Allegri Apr 23, 2010 / By
Galliani dà qualche indizio per la panchina del Milan: “Allegri è MILANISTA, Lippi un AMICO…” May 12, 2010 / By Goal
“Ancora non ufficiale la scelta di Allegri”, Galliani vuol tenere tutti sulle spine. Ma ESCLUDE Galli dalla lista: “Resterà nel settore giovanile” “Lippi dt? Ipotesi infodata” May 24, 2010 / By Goal
(… only the FINAL RESULT will be posted…)
Cagliari Owner Massimo Cellino Gives Go-Ahead For Massimiliano Allegri To Become Next Milan Boss May 23, 2010 / By Goal
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino Issues Warning To Milan Over Massimilano Allegri May 27, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Chief Adriano Galliani Ready To Abolish Massimiliano Allegri Move Jun 17, 2010 / By Goal
OFFICIAL: Coach Massimiliano Allegri Joins Milan On Two Year Deal Jun 25, 2010 / By Goal

Via Leo, si passa alla FASE DUE: summit Silvio-Galliani per il nuovo tecnico! Il presidente è già NERO… May 16, 2010 / By Goal
(…) A Silvio non piace tantissimo l’idea Allegri e cerca un tecnico dal pedigree più rossonero. (…)

Attenzione MILANISTI, qualcosa si muove! Berlusconi ANNUNCIA Galli e il GRANDE colpo: “Un sacrificio è possibile” May 18, 2010 / By Goal
(…) E non è ancora finita. Silvio Berlusconi, infatti, si è rivolto alla platea degli sponsor di Villa Gernetto sondando alcune ipotesi (NUOVE!) per il futuro rossonero. Una riguarda la guida tecnica: “I vertici del Milan considerano per un allenatore molto importante l’esperienza nel settore giovanile. Forma un tecnico anche dal punto di vista psicologico”. (…) Ma le sorprese e gli annunci non finiscono qua. Nel suo solito discorso devoto all’austerity, Berlusconi ha inserito un motivo d’interesse in più: “In un momento di crisi come quello che attraversa il Mondo e l’Europa in particolare, non posso permettermi spese eclatanti. Il Milan sarà rinforzato da 4 o 5 giovani della Primavera, ma siccome tifo per questa squadra da quando sono bambino, non mi tirerò indietro se ci sarà da prendere un grande campione in grado di farci fare il salto di qualità. Per campione intendo uno alla Ronaldo…”. Il vecchio Fenomeno o Cristiano? Chiediamo troppo. (…)

Berlusconi ‘saluta’ Leonardo: “Un grande uomo, ma non seguiva mai quello che gli dicevo…”. Granitico sul futuro: “Non venderò MAI” May 19, 2010 / By Goal
Berlusconi wants greater focus on youth at AC Milan May 20, 2010 / By
(…) Berlusconi declared: “…CONTINUE TO BELIEVE IN ME. As Prime Minister, I cannot spend a penny more than I already do. For now the future will begin again from the youth sector, as those are the qualities we need in moments of economic crisis. The young also bring enthusiasm and we must all roll up our sleeves to build that future together.” (…)

Silvio Berlusconi: I Won’t Sell AC Milan To Just Anybody May 20, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan President Silvio Berlusconi Launches Attack On Leonardo: “I Ought To Be The Coach” May 20, 2010 / By Goal
Berlusconi non ci sta: “Non è vero che non spendo, 54 milioni all’anno nelle ultime 5 stagioni!!!”. Poi sminuzza tatticamente Leonardo… May 20, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Il presidente ha poi spiegato in maniera chiara perchè Leonardo se ne è andato, del resto è difficile restare se il tuo presidente pensa questo di te professionalmente… “Il Milan ora deve pensare a giocare bene, a non pareggiare partite come quella di Napoli dove eravamo in vantaggio per 2-0 al 90′ e ad accorgersi del pericolo come quello rappresentato da Maicon nel derby di ritorno. In certi momenti vorrei proprio essere io l’allenatore del Milan...”.

(JIWON: Since my job is to ‘imagine’ Berlusconi’s NEXT scandal… Clearly, someone must know how to muzzle this ABSOLUTE mouth… ho-ho. When did I have more terrific time like this?)

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PART-5d: As Usual, Berlusconi Sounds Rather Honest While International Media Always Lack Enough Information, And Therefore, Fulfill Murdoch’s Italian Dream. Meanwhile, Is It True That Someone Around Berlusconi Doesn’t Quite Care About AC-Milan’s Limited Budget?

(Updated on MAY 24, 2010)

Milan Target Massimiliano Allegri In Talks With Silvio Berlusconi – Report May 22, 2010 / By Goal
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(…) Berlusconi wants to see offensive, spectacular football, and Allegri’s 4-3-1-2 style offers plenty of scope for flair. (…)

Allegri, esame SUPERATO! Guiderà un Milan spregiudicato e MODIFICATO May 23, 2010 / By Goal
L’incontro tra il patron rossonero Silvio Berlusconi e Massimiliano Allegri (…) E’ stato un incontro durato 3 ore, nel corso delle quali, davanti ad Adriano Galliani, si è parlato più di calcio e di tattiche piuttosto che dei questioni contrattuali. … vista la buona impressione che Allegri ha fatto al presidente (…) Passando all’aspetto tattico, nel corso del colloquio avvenuto ieri Berlusconi ha chiesto ad Allegri di passare dal suo 4-3-1-2 al 4-3-3, modulo in grado di esaltare le caratteristiche di Ronaldinho. (…)

(JIWON: Please check the comment section in this article, Milan Target Massimiliano Allegri In Talks With Silvio Berlusconi – Report. I’m now suspecting if even this football magazine has been steering the public opinion in this way in order to support Murdoch’s invasion of Italy.)

Milan Target Massimiliano Allegri In Talks With Silvio Berlusconi – Report May 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milan666barca here / 12:39 AM May 23, 2010: why is everyone talking about 4312? he hasn’t even been named the new coach officially! if he is a good coach then he’ll know what system would serve the team best! / [Agree 12 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Always, I have to read all these and those comments to find what I want to find. Tired…)

Silvio Berlusconi Promises ‘Big Signing’ At Milan And Drops… May 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-AC Milan / 10:36 PM May 19, 2010: I know Milan fans are frustrated but this is the price we pay for having a PM for an owner. Milan has to work their agenda around Berlusconi’s political career. He can’t spend like a “normal” owner when we’re in the middle of an economic crisis. I believe when the time is right, Milan will rebuild itself, At least we finished 3rd and we are not in debt like other teams. I like the idea of promoting 4 or 5 youth players. We should have started to do this already with A, B, etc. / [Agree 26 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Som India / 3:28 PM May 19, 2010: The problem is one big name signing won’t do Milan any good. We need at least 3-4 good players. And I wish he’d quit saying “big signing”. When he does that he almost sounds like Perez as if his primary interest is to increase the shirt sells. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 1]
Comment-jim USA / 10:41 AM May 19, 2010: Milan are hostage to Berlusconi’s politics: he is a multi-billionaire but as the PM, he cannot be seen to be spending tens of millions on his ‘hobby’ (AC Milan). That being said, Milan can still rebuild the squad with some intelligent signings: A (20m), B (6m), C (4m), D (8m). If they sell E (15m), F (3m), G (3m), & H (4m), the net expenditure in only 13m – more than covered by funds from qualifying for the champion’s league. / [Agree 29 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: More tired…)

(Updated on MAY 25, 2010)

Dibattito – Il Milan ha scelto, è tempo di schierarsi: ALLEGRI SI’ o ALLEGRI NO? May 24, 2010 / By Goal
Sondaggio (May 24-31): Massimiliano Allegri è l’allenatore giusto per il Milan? May 24-31, 2010 / By Goal
May 24-31, 2010: [Si 78.91% : No 21.09%]

Allegri, il Milan vuole renderti ancora più “felice”: in arrivo un trequartista o una punta May 24, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Contemporaneamente, contando sul fatto che, su indicazione di Berlusconi, il modulo del Milan della prossima stagione sarà un 4-3-3 fatto apposta per esaltare le caratteristiche del trio d’attacco (Ronaldinho, Pato, Borriello), si pensa anche al mercato. La società potrebbe infatti decidere di regalare al nuovo tecnico un trequartista. (…)

(JIWON: Meanwhile…)

I Promossi&Bocciati della stagione del Milan: Giù il cappello davanti a Leo e la VECCHIA GUARDIA, campagna acquisti da passamontagna! May 25, 2010 / By Goal
La stagione del Milan: (…) Il merito però è quasi al 100% di Leonardo e dell’impegno dei suoi ragazzi. Voto 6
LEONARDO: (…) Grazie Leo, Voto 7
Il rapporto tra SILVIO BERLUSCONI e LEONARDO: Per sfortuna di Berlusconi, pare che le cene con i deputati siano frequentate da persone pronte a riportare alla stampa i suoi commenti sugli allenatori del Milan. E’ successo l’anno scorso a proposito di Carlo Ancelotti, è accaduto di nuovo quest’anno a danno di Leonardo. Dal momento in cui il Presidente ha dichiarato, in verità a sorpresa, “Bello il Milan, se lo facessero giocare bene”, si era capito che Leo avrebbe avuto i giorni contati come tecnico dei rossoneri. Ed era solo metà febbraio della stagione in corso, prima del ritorno di Champions a Manchester. Leonardo, persona orgogliosa che non se la fa mandare a dire, ha terminato in silenzio e al meglio il proprio lavoro, a fine stagione ha garbatamente risposto, e poi ha fatto le valige. Peccato, con l’allenatore brasiliano si poteva aprire un ciclo. Voto 5

(JIWON: The article above is still hard to understand via Translation-tool. Is this positive or negative? It is clear that they praise Leo and thank Leo. Therefore, I am saving this paragraph in case…)

Cagliari Owner Massimo Cellino Gives Go-Ahead For Massimiliano Allegri To Become Next Milan Boss May 23, 2010 / By Goal
Per il matrimonio Milan-Allegri manca ancora il placet di Cellino. Che attende notizie da via Turati: “Non mi hanno chiesto NIENTE, io continuo a pagarlo… “ May 24, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Please look. There is something weird going on in the management part. Then again, there are something more.)

Silvio Berlusconi: I May Sell Milan May 18, 2010 / By Goal
Fininvest: Milan Are Not For Sale (…to Arab-led business…) May 22, 2010 / By Goal
Altro che austerity, il Milan si prepara ad un mercato da NABABBI! Berlusconi cede il 30% alla GAZPROM, Edin Dzeko è più vicino… May 25, 2010 / By Goal
(…) In realtà il presidente rossonero, grazie alla mediazione dell’amico Putin, cederà una grossa fetta alla società energentica russa presieduta da Alexei Miller, ma senza staccarsi dal timone. (…)

FIFA agent Vincenzo Morabito Urges Milan To Ditch Klaas-Jan Huntelaar In Favour Of Wolfsburg Star Edin Dzeko May 24, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has suggested that he is unlikely to splash out in the transfer market despite his side ending the season without a trophy for the second year running, but Morabito has a few tips for Galliani. “In addition to Dzeko, I would sign a strong centre-back such as [William] Gallas, and Moussa Sissoko of Toulouse for the midfield,” he concluded. (…)

(JIWON: As usual, Berlusconi sounds rather honest while international media always lack enough information, whether or not they are intentionally biased, and therefore fulfill Murdoch’s Italian dream.)

(Updated on MAY 26, 2010)

Fininvest Denies Reports Over Milan Sale To Gazprom. Both Fininvest and Gazprom deny sale rumours… May 25, 2010 / By Goal
La smentita alle SMENTITE… Paolo Berlusconi ammette: “Mio fratello prenderebbe in considerazione offerte per il Milan” May 25, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: What the hell… However, I feel NO need to change yesterday’s work, since I never question Businessman Berlusconi’s ability. When he thinks it’s time to sell, he will sell the club… at the reasonable price.)

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi Jokes: I Rejected €150 Million For Kaka In The Past May 25, 2010 / By Goal
(…) The chief though feels those suggestions were little more than rumours. (…) “Jokes aside. I don’t remember these offers. Milan’s market was always well devised.” And despite reports of retrenchment and cost cutting this year, Berlusconi reminded the fans he has always delivered promises. “The fans asked me for Ronaldinho. He arrived and he gave a spectacle straight away,” he concluded.

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi Jokes: I Rejected €150 Million For Kaka In The Past May 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milanista europe / 1:27 PM May 25, 2010: live goes on even without kaka he got sold at the right time the problem is we didnt invest in some one else.. we could have got sneider or robben for free with the sale of kaka.. or invested the money in some young deffenders. But i have faith in berlusconi i know he will make it work. He is just taking the long road, and not the madrid road. / [Agree 39 : Disagree 5]
Comment-Marco MILANO / 1:45 PM May 25, 2010: Silvio did the right thing when he sold Kaka. Kaka have been a huge disappointment in real this season and got problems with his knee. He will never play as he did at Milan ever again.. / [Agree 62 : Disagree 20]
Comment-Reza Iran / 5:24 PM May 25, 2010: now we ask you for some young players / [Agree 21 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Perhaps, Owner Berlusconi was so impressed by his Italian comment that he quickly phoned his Russian friend, and wants to check more of JOLLY Italian comments. Below is what he found yesterday… from this computer work.)

(Updated on MAY 25-26, 2010)

FIFA agent Vincenzo Morabito Urges Milan To Ditch Klaas-Jan Huntelaar In Favour Of Wolfsburg Star Edin Dzeko May 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Hector DiBlasio México, Murdoch’s LONDON / 1:33 AM May 25, 2010: Thank You Vincenzo Morabito but Galliani and Berlusconi are much to retarded to know that…..I wish you were Milan’s CEO. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 1]
Comment-michele MILANO / 11:30 PM May 24, 2010: completely agree about selling hunt to get dzeko. but i’d like an italian CB as opposed to a foreign one. so.. sign dzeko, krasic, cigarini, criscito, etc. and we will be back! / [Agree 7 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: Isn’t interesting to compare British comment with Italian one? I don’t think I found something wrong, since this situation is very similar to what appeared in Murdoch’s British media, Berlusconi hit in the face with a model of Milan’s cathedral (Dec 14, 2009), in which the comment-section was moderated, (… they didn’t allow my posting in WEDO’s article…), yet encouraged the perhaps-British reader (Elizabeth Payne) to write, “Can’t believe the sympathisers – next time could the assailant use the real cathedral rather that a model?”

FIFA agent Vincenzo Morabito Urges Milan To Ditch Klaas-Jan Huntelaar In Favour Of Wolfsburg Star Edin Dzeko May 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-karim sweden / 5:20 PM May 24, 2010: i’m the biggest milanista fan ever but… milan are so slow on everything!!! by now if i were in lead of buying and selling players i am 100% sure i would have gotten dzeko by now if they wanted him for this long if the club wanted to let go of him! but also letting di gennaro out and dont let him play is BAD! and also let verdi have some time! he has been crucial for the primavera! also albertazzi will make a good substitute and a great replacement for nesta just give him some months and he´ll do good / [Agree 16 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: If you strain out all those Murdoch’s brainwashed kids, this is what you get. If I start to laugh again, am I a nut? I just can’t help laughing whenever…By the way, I read that this is another typical of Italians and those same jolly fellows are REAL QUICK when it comes to “Time-To-…-Money”, ho-ho. (I can’t find the exact word.)

MY CURIOSITY HERE: If the situation of the Italian soccer company, Absolutist Berlusconi’s domain, indeed, sounds like this, what about La Scala or ALL its rival companies, which have become a MUSICAL shelter for ITALIAN LIBERALS?) Poll Results: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Will Leave Barcelona May 20, 2010 / By Goal
Spanish press: AC Milan wants Ibrahimovic May 25, 2010 / By

(JIWON: Please let me show Sir Berlusconi something more.)

Top Awards – Votate il MIGLIOR GIOVANE della Serie A 09/10! May 25, 2010 / By Goal

Top Awards – Votate il BIDONE della Serie A 09/10! May 25, 2010 / By Goal
Participants: 1 from Milan, 3 from Yuventus, 2 from Genoa, 1 from Naples, and 1 from Livorno

Sondaggio (May 19 – Jun 11): Votate il MIGLIOR GIOCATORE della Serie A 09/10! May 25 – Jun 11, 2010 / By Goal
1. Argentine Diego Milito (Internazionale): 32.25% (May 25) – 33.61% (Jun 11)
2. Brazilian Ronaldinho (Milan): 16:51% (May 25) – 17.1% (Jun 11)
3. Italian Giampaolo Pazzini (Sampdoria): 14:18% (May 25) – 12.78% (Jun 11)
4. Italian Antonio Di Natale (Udinese): 10.66% (May 25) – 13.03% (Jun 11)
5. Dutch Wesley Sneijder (Internazionale): 1.9% (May 25) – 8.52% (Jun 11)
6. Italian Fabrizio Miccoli (Palermo): 9.1% (May 25) – 7.77% (Jun 11)
7. Montenegrin Mirko Vucinic (Roma): 5:49% (May 25) – 4.57% (Jun 11)
8. Chilean David Pizarro (Roma): 2.79% (May 25) – 2.61% (Jun 11)

Sondaggio (May 21 – Jun 11): Votate il MIGLIOR ALLENATORE della Serie A 09/10! May 25, 2010 / By Goal
1. Giampiero Ventura (Bari): 28.02% [Reason: Ha tirato fuori il meglio da un gruppo senza nomi altisonanti, lanciando giovani dal grande futuro e giocando un calcio gradevole contro chiunque.]
2. Josè Mourinho (Inter): 21.81%
3. Leonardo (Milan): 12.5% [Reason: E’ stato un addio per certi versi commovente, quello del brasiliano a San Siro. Un motivo ci sarà: non saranno arrivati i risultati, ma con Leo il Milan ha divertito.]
4. Claudio Ranieri (Roma): 11.05%
5. Walter Mazzarri (Napoli): 10.14%
6. Gigi Del Neri (Sampdoria): 9.91%
7. Delio Rossi (Palermo): 5.15%
8. Francesco Guidolin (Parma): 1.42%

(JIWON: And then, what about this?)

Milan Lead €80 Million Quest For (29yr-old) Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Spanish media claims Milan want Ibra… May 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Ibra-Milan, in Spagna sono SICURI: Berlusconi vuole lo svedese per riportare in alto i rossoneri. (29yr-old) Ibrahimovic è valutato 50 milioni di euro May 25, 2010 / By Goal
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(JIWON: Please check the comment sections in both Eglish and Italian sites, which literally echoes articles about this player, who doesn’t like rain and has bought Ferrari Enzo. Let’s just hope Too-Busy-Businessman Silvio not be fooled by Spanish media. I don’t understand why I have to find the different information from the same football magazine, either from Zlatan Ibrahimovic in English or from Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Italian.

First of all, I now have a feeling that someone around Old Screw Silvio doesn’t quite care about the limited budget instead of presenting a detailed analysis whenever Entusiast Silvio expresses a hint of interest, and then, makes the rest of business worse. Whilest PM Silvio knows too-much about what’s going on inside his Italy and his AC-Milan, where his Kaka… I now think this was the reason of La Voce dei Rossoneri mocking Berlusconi’s Beckham-Deal Plus MORE.

Anyway, if the situation of the Italian soccer company, Absolutist Berlusconi’s domain, indeed, sounds like this, what about La Scala or ALL its rival companies, which have become a MUSICAL shelter for ITALIAN LIBERALS?)

Mediaset chairman defends Berlusconi against ‘neo-colonialists’ May 25, 2010 / By FT
Silvio Berlusconi’s control of Mediaset, Italy’s largest commercial broadcaster, is a conflict of interest with his job as the country’s prime minister, but foreign commentators misunderstand the situation because of a neo-colonial superiority complex, the company’s chairman said. Fedele Confalonieri said non-Italian journalists and intellectuals come into the country with a “Rudyard Kipling” view of its politics, failing to see that it has its own traditions and rules. (…)

TV rival, Mediaset chairman, attacks Sky Italia on the lack of ‘reciprocity’ May 25, 2010 / By FT
(…) Mr Confalonieri said that it was impossible to have a pan-European approach to television. “You have to deal with politics, with the culture of the country, with tradition. Not every country is alike. European television is a very good idea on paper. But consider: in Madrid, if you go to dinner at 9pm you are alone in the restaurant because you are the first; in Munich, if you go at 9pm you are alone because you are the last.”

(JIWON: Whether or not the articles above are to defend Berlusconi’s Mediaset battle against British Murdoch’s Sky Italia, I care nothing. I only care if Murdoch’s journalism reports NON-biased information on the Middle East issue, and I only feel disgust about their professionalism. Then, I see their Berlusconi-articles sound no different. And the story goes on…)
(…) Foreigners had to live in the country in order to get a residence visa and the players’s card. (…) When in 1926 the Italian Federation Board resigned past a very difficult referee’s strike, the fascist Lando Ferretti president of C.O.N.I. nomined a Commission to reform all Leagues and federal rules. The Commission signed a document called the “Carta di Viareggio” … The Carta di Viareggio reduced the number of foreign players to be fielded to just one per match so that the most part of hungarians remained jobless and got back to their country. Between 1964 and 1980, foreign players were banned from the Italian league, primarily to revive the national team.
(…) During its history, the club has acquired a number of nicknames, la Vecchia Signora (the Old Lady) being the best example. … The club is also nicknamed la Fidanzata d’Italia (the Girlfriend of Italy), because over the years it has received a high level of support from Southern Italian immigrant workers (particularly from Naples and Palermo), who arrived in Turin to work for FIAT since the 1930s. (…)

Berlusconi: Italy’s Doors Only Open to Pretty Immigrants Feb 13, 2010 / By Murdoch’s American Media
The gaffe-prone politician, 73, held immigration talks Friday with Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha. Berisha looked uncomfortable as Berlusconi joked at a press conference, “We will only accept pretty girls from Albania.” Opposition lawmaker Paola Pellegrini slammed the quip, calling Berlusconi “an indecorous old man.”

(JIWON: Now, please think of this case again. Isn’t it interesting? Then, please imagine Italian reaction which must have been quite different from that of Murdoch’s journalism, which was crazy about spreading all the dirty fames about ITALY and Italian prime minister. This message is part of
🙂 JIWON to ITALY: Therefore, I Went To ‘Il Corriere della Grisi’. Will Italian Leftists Call Me ‘Lega Nord’? I Care Nothing. Diaspora Jews or Arabs? Members of West-Eastern-Divan-Orchestra? I Never Compromise On This Issue (Apr 19 – Jul ?, 2010)

And it started on April 19. But it was days ago that I REALLY started to understand what was REALLY behind Berlusconi’s joke. Always… whenever I read international media, actively led by Murdoch’s journalism, insulting Berlusconi’s dirty(?!) jokes, I find that there is a point.)

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi Jokes: I Rejected €150 Million For Kaka In The Past May 25, 2010 / By Goal
(…) The chief though feels those suggestions were little more than rumours. … “Adriano [Galliani] came here and he explained everything to me. Would I have accepted the offer [€150million]? NO, BUT I SHOULD HAVE BEEN INFORMED,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.”Jokes aside. I don’t remember these offers. MILAN’S MARKET WAS ALWAYS WELL DEVISED.” (…)

I am suspecting if this is what was REALLY in Berlusconi’s mind.)

Media titans Murdoch and Berlusconi do battle Apr 11, 2010 / By La times
(…) Berlusconi … such as his description of President Obama as “young, handsome and suntanned.” (…)

When I started this message with this article, I never knew what an issue I would be touching. I now know there is always a connection when it comes to Immigrants or Football or Culture or Whatever-Italian.)

Berlusconi Talks about “GOGLE” May 20, 2010 / By Milanese, Italy
Berlusconi finally opened his eyes on the web and after his discovering of not having enough money to buy the entire internet network, he began to be angered with one of the most favorite searching engine, Google. In a conference about INTERNET the Italian Prime minister said: “For instance there’s a use of GOGLE and other items offered by the world of internet (which I guess he think is totally different from the one we are all living). Berlusconi talk about the potential of internet world, without even knowing google pronunciation? Click here to see the video.

(JIWON: Please look. This is from Milan, Italy, and I definitely prefer this Italian comment to International criticism. In fact, I enjoyed this very much. While following Berlusconi’s scandal, I’ve been thinking. It would be a real fun to be an opposition leader in Berlusconi’s government. It’s easy to follow Berlusconi’s favorite female type. It’s easy to read this male chauvinist’s brain and heart… ho-ho. I just can’t understand what’s going on in the opposition parties, which never know how to unite and stand firm in front of this humorous character, Silvio Berlusconi.)

Italian leader sends a message to the Italian football world cup team Win or Die May 24, 2010 / By
World Cup is one of the top sporting event that unites the fans of different football teams under the national banner. Regardless of what team you support within the country when the world cup starts YOU BECOME NATIONALIST (…)
Here is a story of how Win or Die came about in Italian football: Benito Mussolini (1938) “Win or die!” (…) When Mussolini talked people listened … Italy won the game 4-2 against Hungary, prompting opposition goalkeeper Antal Szabo to say: “I may have let in four goals, but at least I saved their lives”. Antal’s remarks are remembered to this day; regardless of how Mussolini was perceived, everyone agreed, he was a man of his words. Win or Die was not the first time Mussolini had made such a threat. … No wonder Italians take the world cup very seriously to this day; Win or Die still resonates to the core of their game.
In the 2010 football world cup Italy is a long shot with odds of 16.5 to 1 to win the world cup. The chances look dim unless they get another message this time from Silvio BERLUSCONI. Since there is a BIG DIFFERENCE between Mussolini and Silvio; maybe the fans should help with the message.

(JIWON: Poor Berlusconi. Poor AC-Milan. Poor Italian Football. HOWEVER… I just can’t help laughing whenever I find “Furious Sivio” or “Poor Silvio” or “Frustrated Silvio” or… Then I start to worry whenever I find “Hilarious Silvio”. By the way, unlike North Korean Kim-Dynasty, NO South Korean leaders dare to threat Korea World Cup Squad to “Win or Die!”. Nor do any Korean soccer fans, aka “RED DEVILS”. In South Korea, NO one believes or expects them to “WIN” the World Cup. They want to see a certain achievement and enjoy a great time while watching their patriotic kicking. But the national obligation usually makes burden so heavy for the players that they used to threat themselves to “Goal or Immigrate!” This is what actually happened during 2002 World Cup Fiasco. Isn’t that funny?)

“Korean Football” vs. “Italian Football”
“Goal or Immigrate!” vs. “Win or Die!”
“Red Devils” vs. “Rossoneri or Il Diavolo”

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In Case You Want To Read The Remaining Parts…

🙂 PART-6: AC-Milan Only Have €30M To Spend Compared To Inter’s €100M. UEFA Sets New Rules? What Is The Most Profitable Business For “La Voce dei Rossoneri”, When Both “Football World & Italy” Are On The Brink Of Bankruptcy? (May 28 -Jun 11, 2010)
🙂 PART-7: “World Cup 2010” Starts. Let’s Imagine “Old Screw Silvio’s” Furious Face. Who Says, “Serie A Is Too Defensive And Barcelona Have More Depth Than Inter”? Who Says, “In 80’s & 90’s, There Was A Serie A Supremacy”? (Jun 16 – 18, 2010)
🙂 PART-8: “World Cup 2010” Struggles. Everybody Is Talking About Defense. However, Do All Of Them Look Like “Italian Catenaccio”? The Beauty Of Italian Football. Dear Italy, Produce Another Roberto Baggio! (Jun 21-23, 2010)


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