P.S.4: Dear Rossoneri, Do You Want Owner Berlusconi To Be Fooled By The Agent Of “Spending Spree Club”? Do You Think “Brat/Baby” Balotelli Want To Peacefully Return To His Italian Home? Let’s Make It A National Issue

🙂 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)
🙂 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? (May 15 – 26, 2010)
🙂 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)
🙂 PART-9: “World Cup 2010” Fails. “Lega Nord” Paid Slovakia. Italian Football Without “Alleanza Nazionale”? End Of Story! Blame “Parlamento”, Which “Offensive League” Has Contributed To “The Bankrupt Italy” And “Collapse Of Catenaccio”! It Was The Last Chance To Enjoy “Pura Nazionale Italia”! “Forza ITALIA”!!! (Jun 25 – Jul 5, 2010)
🙂 WORKING…

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PART-?a: Who Is Responsible For The Zlatan Debacle?

(Updated on AUGUST 15, 2010)

(JIWON: It was while I was working on Balotelli’s Transfer-Saga.)

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🙂 P.S.3: “Italian-Troublemaker-Jr.” Or “€30M-Wonderkid” To Conquer The English-Premier-League. Just In Case This “Brilliant-Little-Brat” Wants To Make A Timely, Spectacular U-Turn After Suffering A Bit Of Homesickness For Serie-A. Berlusconi’s AC-Milan In Particular… (Jul 29 – Aug 15, 2010)
PART-?a: May God Bless “Super Mario”! May God Comfort “Italian Little Brat”, Wherever He Goes! “La Bella Italia” Doesn’t Want To Lose “Professional Balotelli”!
PART-?b: Whether “Italian Little Brat” Joins EPL Or La-Liga, His New Home Will Prove To Be A Headquarters Of “Lavish Spending Spree”.
PART-?c: Transfer-Saga. “Italian Brat/Baby Mario” Just Wanted To Leave Inter, Hopefully For Italian Neighbor AC-Milan Or Italian Soccer-Father. And Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Time Will Tell…
PART-?d: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Whoever He Is, Berlusconi’s AC-Milan Always Becomes The Easiest Target.
PART-?e: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Who? WORKING… (This Part Will Appear In Case…)
PART-?f: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Who? Inter?
PART-?g: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Who? Agent?
PART-?h: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Whoever He Is, Let’s Hope This Case Not To Become Another “Robinho-Saga” At Man-City.
PART-?i: Just In Case… How Much Italian Euros Will It Be Proper For Berlusconi’s AC-Milan To Pay For The Equivalent Of This Italian Brat’s British Wage?

(JIWON: After organizing ALL the happenings, all the comment-section as well, I realized that all these and those happenings explain the specific, simple strategy of THIS AGENT of “Spending Spree Club”. THUS, I decide to make it an independent posting. Let’s start with this aritlce.)

Who is Responsible for the Zlatan Debacle? Jul 16, 2010 / By bleacherreport.com

The jury is still out on whether Zlatan Ibrahimovic was a success last season. With 21 goals and 10 assist, anywhere else in the World Ibrahimovic would have been celebrated as a huge success. But when you have a price tag of 70 Million, the highest in the club’s history, may be those figures are not simply good enough. The stats are pretty good when you compare with other strikers all over the planet, but still Ibra cannot be termed anywhere near as a success. Especially when a previously discarded( by Guardiola) kid, Bojan Krkic manages to replace you easily at the most crucial juncture of the season. Maybe the ridiculous prize tag associated with him is the one acting heavily against him, something I highlighted in an earlier post – Bojan Krkic Could Be the Key. But when the newly appointed financial Vice-President, rightly questions the amount spent in acquiring the star, you have to be in trouble. Suddenly the Barcelona based media houses Sport and El Mundo Deportivo both are raising the same question. Kind of strange, ain’t it? About an year ago the same media houses were bringing out crazy statistics to justify the amount paid for the Swede!!! At that time also I clearly thought that Laporta has Gone Crazy agreeing for such a deal.
Then why the hell did Laporta enter into such a crazy deal, especially giving away one of the most successful striker to Inter? The answer lies in the question itself, isn’t it? The entire deal was done not to add an additional strikeforce to Barca but to get rid of FC Barcelona’s then present strike force – Samuel Eto’o. If you remember just before the Ibra – Eto’o deal happened, Barca management were involved in a deal to sign David Villa. Barca were ready to fish out 40 Million but Valencia were asking 10 Million more and the deal broke off. But in truth, the deal broke off because the management couldn’t find a possible exit route for Eto’o. I mean if you can pay 46 Million for Ibra, then why can’t you add a 4 Million and buy Villa, who had a better chance to gel well with Iniesta and Xavi (as they were all national team mates).

At that point Inter entered the fray, who got a decent striker and 46 Million in the end of the deal. With that money they went and brought three players – Sneijder, Milito and Lucio, all crucial in their treble achieving season. So in a nutshell, this has to be the most ridiculous deal ever done by Joan Laporta. But can we blame him alone for this? What is the part of the the coach Pep Guardiola in all these? It was no secret that Eto’o was never a part in Guardiola’s scheme of things. He remained in Barcelona, because we couldn’t find a club who was willing to buy him. He then played the most important part in winning the historic treble. No one will ever forget that early goal against Manchester United in Rome. But still Guardiola wanted him to be out of the team and Inter presented the only escape route. ok, Manchester City was interested in buying Eto’o but the chances of him leaving to a place where there is no chance of playing Champions League was little. So we paid definitely for the stubbornness of Guardiola more than the foolishness of Laporta.

Rosell and his company may argue that Laporta could have said a definite no. But is it practically possible, especially to a guy who oversaw the most brilliant season in the club’s history. Moreover you never want to end up with a scenario where one of the major player and Coach does not trust each other. Eventhough Eto’o wanted to stay, Guardiola had already made up his mind at the start of his tenure itself. So Laporta had his hands tied and Inter Milan had the upper hand througout negotiating the deal. It is no secret that following Villa deal, the management is trying their best to find a suitor for Ibrahimovic. We bought him for 46 Million of solid cash, let’s say that we are ready to take Chygyrinskiy loss (i.e 10 Million), but still the price will be 36 Million. I am not sure any club will match that at this moment. So it makes more sense to keep him here, oh I forgot his salary is just below Messi at Barca. Ibrahimovic may still turn out to be the player who Guardiola hoped when he was signed. But signing him saying that he offered more aerial threat was quite foolish, you just had to watch the Man U vs Inter match to confirm that.

But the biggest question at this moment is – Are we reapeating the whole saga again with the Cesc Fabregas pursuit? Fabregas should integrate easily into the team, but do we really need him. Especially amidts all the financial problems facing the club,as explained by both Rosell and Javier Faus. But it is becoming pretty clear that Rosell has been blowing up the financial problem for sometime. During his campaign he constantly stated that the club’s debts are in excess of 400 Million. Now if we trust what Javier Faus said, then the real debt is 210 Million(much smaller when compared to some other clubs), something which the Laporta administration also said previously. I have to admit that Rosell’s financial knowledge baffles me, I have no idea of how to manage finances. But still. Last week he said we had to raise 150 Million in credit line from banks to pay salaries, now his VP says we have 50 Million for transfers. I mean if we have to take a 150 Million loan to run the club normally, from where did this money came from. Chygrinskiy and Toure transfer would have given us 40 Million, but when you say you don’t have money to pay wages, that money should have already finished, right? Don’t you think there is so much hidden behind all these? I don’t have a clue. But in all these, wouldn’t it be wiser to stop chasing Cesc. Let’s assume we manage to sign Fabregas for 40 Million (just imagine), we still need money to buy a holding midfielder and a left sided attacking player. And they say we don’t have the cash. Is Rosell attempting to do a Laporta here? Atleast laporta had no choice last season!

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PART-?b: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Who? Agent?

(Updated on JULY 29, 2010) – DRAFT was posted.

(Updated on AUGUST 4, 2010)

Selling Inter Striker Mario Balotelli To Manchester City Is An Advantage For Everyone – Inter Defender Jul 29, 2010 / By Goal
“A mistake to sell Balotelli? Arriving at this point it could be an advantage for everyone. What do I mean by ‘arriving at this point’? Well if he has chosen THAT AGENT then it means he did it to leave Inter. And, Inter paid zero for him, and they are selling at €35million, they have made a choice based on the accounts balance.” (… jiwon: sorry for not posting his another comment on GOD-FATHER MORATTI, ho-ho…)

(JIWON: First of all, I must apologize if there ever exists something wrong in my posting about this AGENT. Whenever I find something that reminds me of Barenboim’s Angels, Berliner Staatskapelle and its Linden Oper, their f*cking toy-musicians or so-called mentors, and their so-called fan-clubs, I can’t help suspecting anything. I can’t stop until I get to the end of everything. I am determined to dig into the inside details of ALL the cases. I’ve lost the golden days of my life all thanks to those human trashes. Without this worthless, cancerous MUSIC, I could have finished all this f*cking computer work a decade ago.

Of course, I could have tasted, could have smelled, could have felt, and could have watched my favorite MUSIC in this real world, if there is NO Zubin Mehta, if this inferior musician was truly honoring the Jewish musicians, instead of trampling all over their purest talent, and if Barenboim just wanted to stick to MUSIC… I promise. They will never make it. I promise, too, that Barenboim has never enjoyed happier private life than he does in recent months. And this MUSIC will tell everything. Now that the members of BPO or VPO, especially the younger ones, feel no need to worry about anything my analysis… If Barenboim ever makes a hint of MUSIC, a real version of German sound, with the German musicians, who now don’t have to be scared of my open insulting, I will sell my soul to the devil. HA! Funny is that no matter how much this name was PRed through the media campaign, fewer and fewer Koreans appreciate this dying human being, whereas Zubin Mehta is still enjoying a huge commercial fame. Neither academic nor commercial fame… Let’s mourn.

Therefore, I must apologize if there ever exists something inaccurate in my posting about this AGENT.)

Report: Inter’s Balotelli Stays In United States Citing Passport Issues Aug 3, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Get A Grip USA / 11:45 PM Aug 3, 2010: No more games before the big transfer! Cool / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]

Inter Striker Mario Balotelli Stays In United States Citing Passport Issues Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-CHE FAI! Toronto / 4:34 AM Aug 4, 2010: Passport issues??? Ha! You mean Raiola refused to risk injury to SuperMario in a meaningless friendly as he is on the brink of pocketing a multi-million-Euro commission on the massive transfer fee to City… / [Agree 36 : Disagree 3]
Comment-interista sweden, rosengård / 9:46 AM Aug 4, 2010: what a lame excuse, if he goes to the italian embassy he’d get another passport in no time! / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-inter fan milano / 9:04 AM Aug 4, 2010: home alone!! bigg boy u will never be a star if u stay like that!! / [Agree 2 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: For example, I can’t blame THIS AGENT on this issue. In my humble opinion, it is rather Man-City’s Arab Owner, who seems to enjoy his Italian employee’s mockery, or Italian Manager Mancini, who is undoubtedly willing to be used as the Italian Inter’s plaything. They’ve provably read a UNANIMOUS opinion about the RIGHT price for their target. What kind of football club would accept this deal when Inter is offering this notorious troublemaker at this ridiculous price? What kind of manager would accept this comical situation?

Therefore, my analysis or criticism or even-insulting is purely based on the international headlines below, which have hooked my attention.)

(Updated on AUGUST 4 and revised on AUGUST 15, 2010)

Goal.com Special: Mario Balotelli’s Inter to Manchester City Transfer Saga – The Definitive Timeline Aug 13, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Please check reports from the GOAL.com and figure out which article they intentionally or naively omitted. Anyway, this transfer saga started with THIS AGENT’s typical big-mouth or his specific strategy.)

Balotelli & Ibra’s Agent: “Balotelli Won’t Stay At Inter If Things Continue Like This” Apr 30, 2010 / By Goal

Balotelli & Ibra’s Agent: “Barca-Coach Should Go To a Mental Hospital If He’s Not Playing Ibra” May 29, 2010 / By BarcaForum

(JIWON: Now I find that THIS AGENT’s Balotelli-Comment was one month ahead of his Ibra-Comment. I also find that this is in fact NOT a mere, brainless big-mouth BUT a carefully-planned, specific strategy. Don’t they sound similar?)

Inter supremo Massimo Moratti welcomes Manchester City interest in Mario Balotelli Jun 10, 2010 / By Goal

Manchester City & Arsenal ready to move for Inter striker Mario Balotelli – report Jun 30, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Balotelli opened the door to a Premier League move after claiming he was pleased with Arsenal’s reported interest on Tuesday. That was quickly played down by his agent who said he would not leave Inter this summer. (…) Arsenal is pondering a €20m move. However, both Premier League sides would have to increase their offers considerably as Inter value him at close to €40m.

Berlusconi Jr urges AC Milan to go for Inter firebrand Balotelli Jul 1, 2010 / By Tribalfootball.com

Massimo Moratti: “Bring €40 million (£33m) and Balotelli could leave.” Jul 2, 2010 / By soccernet.espn

Balotelli Could Join Real Madrid For €70 Million Jul 1, 2010 / Peace FM Online
Inter To Sell Balotelli To Real Madrid & Buy Benifca Midfielder – Report Jul 2, 2010 / By Goal

Manchester duo chase Balotelli Jul 9, 2010 / By soccerway.com

Who Wouldn’t Want Inter Striker Mario Balotelli In Their Team? – Milan’s Mauro Tassotti Jul 7, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-athaus usa / 1:56 AM Jul 8, 2010: as a milan fan i would love to see him come to our side of the city to start he should stay in italy to secure his future for the national team … second he would be a great partner for pato … the two young all stars could be the start of a great partnership but sadly it prob wont happen cause burlisconi is a cheap bitch / [Agree 7 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: What was an official statement from THIS AGENT while creating a noisy media campaign with this price, Balotelli Could Join Real Madrid For €70 Million? Anyway, thanks to his Berlusconi-project, I couldn’t ignore this dirty trick any more and had to start my NEW posting on JULY 14, 2010.)

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🙂 DRAFT: Spain… Debt… WEDO… Unemployment… Politicians…
PART-?a: It All Started With This Italian Troublemaker Jr.

Chelsea join United and City in Serie ‘A’ striker race Balotelli Jul 14, 2010 / By givemefootball.com

Inter Insist Premier League Target Mario Balotelli Is Not For Sale Jul 14, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “There will be no meeting with City on Thursday.” (…)

(JIWON: No sooner had I started my NEW posting than Mr. Moratti showed the quickest response. Also, another Italian Manager at EPL-Chelsea, didn’t want to lose his spot. Now, I find it very interesting that Mr. Moratti set the price the moment AC-Milan showed their interest. Massimo Moratti: “Bring €40 million (£33m) and Balotelli could leave.” Though I started to report this disgusting affair on JULY 14, I was waiting until JULY 29, Inter’s Mario Balotelli To Join Manchester City ‘Within Hours’ – Report.)

Inter Starlet Mario Balotelli No Longer With The Italian Players Association (AIC) – Agent Jul 12, 2010 / By Goal

Agent: “If Abete resigns, Balotelli may remain in Italy. I’ll only speak if Abete resigns.” Jul 15, 2010 / By nerazzurrinews.com

Inter CEO Opens Door As Inter Striker Mario Balotelli Will Boycott Serie A Because Of Limits On Foreign Players Jul 15, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “If [Giancarlo] Abete quits, then maybe Balotelli will remain in Italy. The heads of the Italian Players Association (AIC) must also resign,” Agent told the press as reported by Il Corriere dello Sport. “The laws on foreign quotas are a scandal. It damages Italian football.” (…) Manchester duo are likely to have Agent’s ear following his announcement. With the emphasis on leaving, Nerazzurri CEO feels this is a chance to gain an advantage and profit on Balotelli’s transfer – €40million is the unconfirmed fee.

(JIWON: Please check who became targeted by THIS AGENT. Italian FA President Abete and The Heads Of The Italian Players Association. Did he give up his Berlusconi-project or has “The Racism” simply become his another tool to create a successful Media Campaign? This is what happened despite my detailed report. It continued for a while. THIS AGENT shut his mouth up, all of a sudden, when the British tabloids became busy all by themselves with this issue.)

Interest in Balotelli not restricted to Manchester rivals, claims agent Jul 17, 2010 / By soccerway.com

Manchester Tug-of-War: Race To Sign “Super” Mario Balotelli Jul 19, 2010 / By Bleacher Report

Ibrahimovic rules out Man City move Jul 21, 2010 / By mirrorfootball.co.uk
Balotelli is ‘having second thoughts’ about leaving Inter for Manchester City Jul 21, 2010 / By dailymail.co.uk

Mancini frustrated about Balotelli price-tag Jul 22, 2010 / By soccerway.com
Manchester City cool Balotelli interest Jul 22, 2010 / By mirrorfootball.co.uk

A Sign of More Decline for Serie A As Marco Balotelli Is Set To Leave Jul 20, 2010 / By bleacherreport.com (=Berlusconi-Hater)
La Vs Opinione (Piersilvio – Milano) – E se il colpo di Berlusconi fosse Balotelli? I milanisti dovrebbero INGINOCCHIARSI SUI CECI!!!! Jul 21, 2010 / By Goal (Piersilvio – Milan)

(JIWON: Berlusconi-Project again. But I was waiting… until JULY 29, 2010. Interestingly enough, it seems that THIS AGENT tries to make Italian/International Media insult Berlusconi or invites “Spending Spree Clubs” whenever Man-City and InterMilan locked in Balotelli talks. Not only Real Madrid but also Barcelona joined THIS AGENT.)

Manchester Tug-of-War: Race To Sign “Super” Mario Balotelli Jul 19, 2010 / By Bleacher Report

Manchester City’s £24m Mario Balotelli deal could be hijacked by Chelsea and United as Inter Milan chief mulls rival offers Jul 24, 2010 / by dailymail.co.uk

Barcelona plan to gatecrash Manchester City deal with Inter for striker Mario Balotelli – report Jul 24, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: What happened on JULY 29, 2010? Didn’t I start something another? Now, please check the official answers from You-Know-Who.)

Real Madrid Coach delivers warning to Balotelli suitors Jul 28, 2010 / By ESPN

(JIWON: This is an Official Answer from Real Madrid. It was even before this computer work. So… Has Real Madrid really offered anything to THIS AGENT?)

Chelsea join Arsenal in £18m-rated Balotelli transfer hunt Dec 4, 2009 / By independent.co.uk

Manchester City’s £24m Mario Balotelli deal could be hijacked by Chelsea and United as Inter Milan chief mulls rival offers Jul 24, 2010 / by dailymail.co.uk
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Comment-Dan, Everywhere, 23/7/2010 12:42: HA! – where are United supposedly going to get more than £24M from? they couldn’t even afford Joe Cole (on a free) and AF has said he’s not going to be adding to his team (because they’ve got no money)
Comment– JP, Manchester, 23/7/2010 12:34: At no point have I seen ANYTHING, linking this player with United or Chelsea. Mr Moratti is simply doing what everyone will do with City, and that is rinse them for every cent they can get.
Comment-The Truth, Mcr, 23/7/2010 11:59: This has to be the most hilarious attempt at a bluff ever. A Man United bid is he serious? What bid? The only bid they may consider is one to try and force City to pay a little more. It wont work everyone knows they have no money. Chelsea aren’t interested.

Ancelotti: Chelsea Don’t Need Balotelli ‎Jul 29, 2010‎ Peace FM Online
Chelsea Boss Carlo Ancelotti Claims Manchester City-Bound Mario Balotelli Was Never An Option Jul 30, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Whether or not my posting on JULY 29, 2010 was a mere warning to Italian Rival Managers at EPL, this is what I got from Chelsea.)

Balotelli rejects bigger Man Utd contract for Man City move Jul 27, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
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Comment-Ste on Tue, 07/27/2010 – 15:52: somehow i don’t really believe this story, there is not one quote in it, and no other website has it on it

Manchester United sign £7.4m Portuguese striker (20yr-old) Bebe Aug 11, 2010 / By Guardian
Manchester United ‘excited’ by rags-to-riches Bebe Aug 13, 2010 / By thefirstpost.co.uk

Man-Utd’s Manager Has Too Many Players Aug 14, 2010 / By dailystar.co.uk

(JIWON: Weird that Man-Utd. is no more chasing their wishful target. Didn’t I give them a better, more than perfect chance? If this Italian boy is a real CR9-To-Be…)

Manchester City cool Balotelli interest Jul 22, 2010 / By mirrorfootball.co.uk
Inter’s Mario Balotelli To Join Manchester City ‘Within Hours’ – Report Jul 29, 2010 / By Goal
Manchester City Offer Inter Robinho As Part Of Mario Balotelli Deal – Report Jul 31, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Man-City cool Balotelli interest. One week later on JULY 29, Man-City’s Italian Manager, who was a former employee of InterMilan, was suddenly happy to finalize the deal at THIS INFLATED PRICE. But then, he had to make a painful decision to offer Robinho to InterMilan after checking my computer work on JULY 29. Though, I immediately realized what a hot potato their Robinho has been, I didn’t know what it really meant until I organized all the stuffs when this transfer saga ended.)

Barcelona plan to gatecrash Manchester City deal with Inter for striker Mario Balotelli – report Jul 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-joe manchster / 14:08 24 Jul 2010: it seems like this lad is linked with sum one different every 5 mins. i think he will end up at city. marios agent just loves to get every big club involved. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-HA BUY HIM / 13:58 24 Jul 2010: I actually hope Barcelona do buy him, so he can DESTROY the team from within their on walls. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 4]

Barcelona would sell Manchester City & AC Milan target Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the right price – report Jul 26, 2010 / By Goal

Barcelona Striker Ibrahimovic Would Be Perfect For Milan – Luciano Moggi Aug 6, 2010 / By Goal

Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic refuses to rule out Premier League transfer Aug 10, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Not Giving Up Hopes Of Signing Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Aug 11, 2010 / By Goal

Barcelona look to swap Zlatan Ibrahimovic for Manchester City’s Robinho – report Aug 12, 2010 / By Goal – UK

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Affirms Commitment To Barcelona Aug 12, 2010 / By Goal

Manchester City set to make £96m (€116m) move for Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – report Aug 13, 2010 / By Goal – UK

No room at Man City for Ibrahimovic Aug 14, 2010 / By thenational.ae
(…) Ibrahimovic was initially offered to City, the source said, and they and Barcelona had discussions involving an increase in his €12m (Dh56m) after-tax salary. But Ibrahimovic told his agent he did not want to join the Premier League club, the source said, and the club decided they did not have room for him following Friday’s purchase of Balotelli. Ibrahimovic, who last year went from Inter to Barcelona in a deal worth €66m, would prefer to join AC Milan, Inter’s bitter rivals, according to the source. (…)

(JIWON: Now, this is from the Spanish side of story. Now, It is NOT difficult to predict that THIS AGENT started another business and has NOT changed any of his strategy. We’ll see… if AC-Milan is stupid enough to be fooled by “Spending Spree Clubs” and THIS AGENT’s dirty tricks. I myself realized this very Spanish fact after organizing all the stuffs. I couldn’t understand the reason of Barca’s sudden involvement on JULY 24 until Manchester City set to make £96m (€116m) move for Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – report.)

OFFICIAL: Mario Balotelli Completes €30 Million Move From Inter To Manchester City Aug 13, 2010 / By Goal

City’s Hopes Are Threatened By Infighting Aug 14, 2010 / By newsoftheworld.co.uk

Man-Utd’s Manager Ups Pressure On Rival Manager: Man-City’s Demanding Owners Won’t Be Happy Unless… Aug 14, 2010 / By Media

‘I would have preferred to play in Italy’ – Mario Balotelli signs off from Inter in typically controversial style Aug 14, 2010 / By Goal – UK
Mario Balotelli reveals Serie A stay was preference over Manchester City move Aug 14, 2010 / By oddspreview.com

Agent: Not “Inter’s President Moratti” But “Inter’s Players Materazzi & Cordoba” to Blame For Balotelli Man City Move Aug 15, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: Interestingly enough, THIS AGENT didn’t finish his business, nor shut his mouth up. Therefore, I had to track down their history.)

(… NO need to report articles about the foul relationship between Inter Defender Materazzi and THIS AGENT…)

Balotelli agent blasts back at Inter Milan defender Cordoba Jul 26, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Inter Milan Ace Samuel Eto’o Warns Manchester City Target Balotelli Aug 1, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Weird that THIS AGENT mentioned NOTHING about Inter Striker Eto’o’s Balotelli-comment. Is it because this player was “The Subject” of his Ibra-Transfer-Saga?)

Agent: Mario Balotelli Won’t Stay At Inter If Things Continue Like This Apr 30, 2010 / By Goal

Agent: Not “Inter’s President Moratti” But “Inter’s Players Materazzi & Cordoba” to Blame For Balotelli Man City Move Aug 15, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: Anyway, this Transfer Saga started with THIS AGENT’s specific strategy and ended or will end with the same specific strategy. Isn’t that interesting? All the happenings were a mere part of this overall strategy. He will start his another business and use this exactly same strategy. Below is what the comment section say.)

(Updated on JULY 29, 2010) – DRAFT was posted.

Agent Mino Raiola: Mario Balotelli Won’t Stay At Inter If Things Continue Like This Apr 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-soccer fan / 4:58 PM Apr 30, 2010: i really want to give a punch in the face for this AGENT. He is one of the main reason why balotelli relation with the fans keep getting strained, because he talk too much! / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Steve London / 5:07 PM Apr 30, 2010: They could part exchange him back for ibramissmovich the flop and worst most expensive signing. At least Barca did them a favour with Eto and all that bucks they could show appreciation by giving them the kid. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 6]
Comment-Oro_^o^ Surabaya / 5:20 PM Apr 30, 2010: Look what he did to Zlatan Ibrahimovic? AGENT just want his players to move around so he can rake up the commission from the transfer fee. He never really cares what best for the players future. If you are smart Balotelli, you should stick with inter, and please listen to what Jose teach you. FORZA INTER / [Agree 13 : Disagree 1]
Comment-me here / 5:27 PM Apr 30, 2010: how do people expect mario to mature when his AGENT is worse. i have a feeling that it isnt mario that want to leave but his AGENT. the best thing for mario is to stay at inter but the best thing for his agent is to go somewhere else to get more money so he gets a bigger cut. his agent is causing more proar then mario. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Inter Inter S’pore / 5:36 PM Apr 30, 2010: Is AGENT indirectly making a threat to Mourinho that if Balotelli doesn’t play in the final, he will leave? This is totally outrageous. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 0]
Comment-neroazzurro milano / 5:49 PM Apr 30, 2010: That’s the true face of AGENT, he only cares about money nothing more, he doesn’t care about Balotelli only the cut he will earn, the sooner Balotelli realize the better he will be without AGENT. Also Balotelli has to change his attitude, his going nowhere with this attitude and commit to the team and Tifosis. / [Agree 20 : Disagree 0]
Comment-sarad sanjip / 5:49 PM Apr 30, 2010: Mario, GET RID OF AGENT!!! / [Agree 28 : Disagree 0]
Comment-money-money-money $$$ / 5:51 PM Apr 30, 2010: clearly the AGENT is trying hard to promote him and his transfer. it’s all abt $$$ for him. this young player is a gold mine for him if he makes a big move this summer. / [Agree 16 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Mario Balotelli / 5:56 PM Apr 30, 2010: I m a loser and I’ve a very optimistic agent :D)) / [Agree 32 : Disagree 11]
Comment-arebe ezekiel Nigeria / 6:09 PM Apr 30, 2010: corrupt AGENT………. / [Agree 15 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Denco Oldenburg (Gmy) / 8:39 PM Apr 30, 2010: Simple. His agent just wana presuries jose to play him in Madrid, but sorry he is not yet that ood cos this is not just a normal match but a CL final and only the best are selected. Your client is overrated by you and the media please. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Meh Die / 8:49 PM Apr 30, 2010: God this guy keeps stirring up trouble … no wonder Mario has problems… / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]
Comment-a a / 9:30 PM Apr 30, 2010: does mario wants to be the best player in the world?? its very easy. stay at inter, believe in mourinho and follow his instructions and the most important one: FIRE THIS GUY / [Agree 14 : Disagree 6]
Comment-r r / 12:29 AM May 1, 2010: so what AGENT is saying that the club has to get used to mario not giving his all on the field??? or that he will play a significant role in what , strolling along on the pitch ? no , my friend , it’s the other way round, mario has to show he is worthy of the shirt he threw to the ground , show the effort eto’o and milito are showing , and then MAYBE the club should consider keeping him . period / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Cai Jakarta / 12:49 AM May 1, 2010: Just Go… And keep on believing ur agent balo! And maybe just maybe you can be the next ibrahimovic… Move to the best club in the world n become the biggest flop ever… gud jub mino raiola!! Hahahaha / [Agree 3 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Ahmed Australia / 4:30 AM May 1, 2010: Balotelli should change this agent if he wants to continue with the nerrazurri / [Agree 14 : Disagree 4]
Comment-VT jakarta / 7:56 AM May 1, 2010: if balo doesnt want crash his career, change his agent.. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]
Comment-ebi turin / 10:43 AM May 1, 2010: its beginning to be more glaring with every passing day that the greatest problem mario has is his agent. this is the same agent that led ibra away from inter where he was a demi GOD to barca where he is almost a nonentity cos he is more bothered about his percentage when his players move than their welfare. balotelli please do away with that agent of yours b4 he ruins ur career. / [Agree 7 : Disagree 1]
Comment-indomptable USA / 2:51 PM May 1, 2010: FIRE this AGENT, he is not protection MArio enough. This guy is the one causing 90% of the player trouble. We must petition for him to be fired. Mario will be in peace, at least he will understand where his interests are. FIRE the AGENT, he is a spy, un pion, un escroc, an infiltrated agent. FIRE this man / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Ali Inter Milan / 6:44 PM May 1, 2010: “Mario doesn’t have problems with the fans.” ?! you don’t know a word you’re saying!! both of you leave.. / [Agree 3 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Human Earth / 10:24 PM May 1, 2010: Hey you! first of all, you should be more professional, not blaming this and that when something goes wrong with your client. Secondly, if Mario is that great, why Mourinho and his predecessor reluctantly let him play? think before you speak AGENT. think before you act, Mario. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 4]

Inter Striker Mario Balotelli Could Join Real Madrid For €70 Million – Agent Jul 1, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Fabian aus / 12:40 AM Jul 2, 2010: This agent needs to shut his mouth. i have a feeling that Inter Fans wouldn’t be as much annoyed by balotelli if his agent leaves him or just shuts his mouth. You think balotelli wants to see mourinho again after last year. get real. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: I started to mention this business on JULY 14, 2010.)

Inter Starlet Mario Balotelli No Longer With The Italian Players Association (AIC) – Agent Jul 12, 2010 / By Goal
Agent: “If Abete resigns, Balotelli may remain in Italy. I’ll only speak if Abete resigns.” Jul 15, 2010 / By nerazzurrinews.com
Inter CEO Opens Door As Inter Striker Mario Balotelli Will Boycott Serie A Because Of Limits On Foreign Players Jul 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-rob sydney / 5:56 PM Jul 15, 2010: this kid’s agent is taking him for a ride…big time / [Agree 15 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Jeff London / 5:05 PM Jul 15, 2010: This is another way of saying, Balotelli will play for Ghana rather than italy. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 7]
Comment-Sami Bahrain / 3:12 PM Jul 15, 2010: this agent is worse than balotelli he looks for trouble.. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]

Mario Balotelli’s Future Will Be Resolved Next Week – Agent Jul 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-neroblue southern california / 8:26 PM Jul 24, 2010: Just leave already so we don’t have to deal with this damn AGENT anymore! / [Agree 35 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Mario Nj / 9:59 PM Jul 24, 2010: I remember when we got rid of ibra I was sad then happy because there was no more AGENT I think he’s the worst AGENT and probably be a contributing factor in balos future failures man city fans beware AGENT he is scum hopefully after he’s gone inter won’t mess with AGENT’s clients / [Agree 25 : Disagree 2]
Comment-egendMaldini7 San Siro / 11:30 PM Jul 24, 2010: I think its important for italy to keep their young stars within the league, they already let Aquilani and Rossi go and they’re driving Giovinco and Santon away by not giving them enough play time. Italy’s future depends on these guys! However in balo’s case maybe it’s better for him to get away from the tension in italy and straighten himself out but the first step he has to take is to get rid of his AGENT / [Agree 39 : Disagree 2]
Comment-sqnalkel Here / 11:54 PM Jul 24, 2010: God I hate THIS AGENT. / [Agree 23 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Mino Raiola Milano / 6:52 AM Jul 25, 2010: Yeah what the hell is with THIS AGENT. He thinks he’s some kind of Ari Gold of football. Super Mario needs a mentor he respects not some dip that only eggs him on. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 5]
Comment-ale2k italy / 10:26 AM Jul 25, 2010: people like THIS AGENT are the tragedy of football. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 0]
Comment-me me / 10:05 PM Jul 25, 2010: this is proof that the problem with Mario was not Mourinho! / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

Massimo Moratti Reveals Mario Balotelli Can Leave Inter Jul 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Darren NI Inter Fan / 9:17 AM Jul 28, 2010: He (Mario) will regret his decision to leave us. He is only going to City for a bigger pay packet and for Mancini. People say he will be world class – I can see it but he lacks maturity. He isn’t even mature enough to turn up to training on time, how is he going to manage moving to a new country? Finally we should not sign any players managed by AGENT – he is only interested money, not his players interests / [Agree 15 : Disagree 4]
Comment-interista sweden,rosengård / 10:18 AM Jul 28, 2010: A big goodbye for mario and a BIGGER goodbye for riola! inter should never deal again with this AGENT coz all what he brings is troubles and more troubles! / [Agree 20 : Disagree 0]

Agent In Talks With Manchester City Over Mario Balotelli Move – Report Jul 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-kai indonesia / 7:25 PM Jul 28, 2010: I’d like to call him, Money AGENT!! / [Agree 23 : Disagree 1]
Comment-jih hiip / 7:48 PM Jul 28, 2010: the balotelli saga is getting annoying already / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-lorenzo milan / 8:00 PM Jul 28, 2010: m tired of reading news about super mario for over two weeks .if man city don’t have cash to carry out the transfer or inter don’t want to conclude the deal .then let’s share news about other players transfer . / [Agree 2 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Mihail New York, NY / 9:11 PM Jul 28, 2010: I guess the morale of the story for Inter should be to NEVER EVER buy any of THIS AGENT’s players…. be it someone of the caliber of Messi or Ronaldo….. this guy’s only interest is the money he makes from all those transfers…. Ibra wanted to leave badly, Balo wants to leave also…. you can’t keep the players if they want to leave, that’s for sure. However, I think the influence comes from their stupid agent…. / 20 ; 0/ [Agree 20 : Disagree 0]
Comment-H2B Latvia / 11:09 PM Jul 28, 2010: Can we simply have an end to the Saga. He is leaving to City and I hope he will be a great success. But please just tell us when the deal is done. This reporting of every time his AGENT takes a piss is boring. / [Agree 15 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: I thought this business was over and created THIS POSTING on JULY 29, 2010.)

Selling Inter Striker Mario Balotelli To Manchester City Is An Advantage For Everyone – Inter Defender Marco Materazzi Jul 29, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-kai indonesia / 10:10 AM Jul 29, 2010: “Well if he has chosen that agent [MONEY AGENT] then it means he did it to leave Inter.” Good point. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Dante Toronto / 12:28 PM Jul 29, 2010: I agree with Materazzi 200%, his AGENT simply moves players around, that’s the only thing he does in order to cash in his cut from the transfer fee. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]

Inter’s Mario Balotelli Anxious To Join Manchester City & Deal Will Happen – Agent Mino Raiola Jul 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-ibrahimshah … / 10:50 AM Jul 30, 2010: I am so fed up with this agent. I am glad he isn’t related with Inter anymore. Next time we buy a player, we should tell the player to change agent or else he will ruin his career with this walkie talkie bitcccch of an agent. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 0]
Comment-samson inter / 11:17 AM Jul 30, 2010: one of the most boring and annoying saga of this transfer season infact “Thee”. can’t we get this over and done with and can’t this agent just shut up. inter must just get rid of this guy asap and buy rossi and hopefully none of our future players appoints THIS as their agents. this guy sucks and he just loves drama like his clients ibra and balo. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 2]
Comment-ChelseaFCfan London / 12:28 PM Jul 30, 2010: This AGENT is the most annoying one ever. And I don’t give a damn but he’s really just THAT annoying. / [Agree 21 : Disagree 1]

Manchester City stunned as Mario Balotelli demands £180000 a week Aug 5, 2010 / By oddspreview.com
Mario Balotelli’s £25m Manchester City move stalls over salary demands Aug 5, 2010 / By guardian.co.uk
Mario Balotelli’s Agent Denies That High Wage Demands Holding Up Manchester City Deal Aug 5, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “We (agent and Balotelli) have no problems with City nor Inter. (…) “Other clubs? There are even Italian ones interested, but Manchester City are our first choice,” claimed AGENT.
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Comment-Ahmad Dabbas San Francisco / 4:48 AM Aug 6, 2010: To be honest, AGENT is the problem. He does not care about Balloteli’s future as a player, its all about money and Now! / [Agree 15 : Disagree 1]
Comment-interisti indonesia / 7:50 AM Aug 6, 2010: and the WHOLE WORLD will hate u AGENT / [Agree 9 : Disagree 3]

Mario Balotelli’s Agent Assures He Is Working Towards A Resolution Between Inter And Manchester City In Transfer Saga Aug 9, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-surag india / 5:47 PM Aug 9, 2010: mario balotelli and mino raiola r the perfect match …..GREAT TROUBLEMAKERS !!!!!!!!!!lol / [Agree 34 : Disagree 3]
Comment-mishal saudi / 6:00 PM Aug 9, 2010: good for him to go out, we don’t need him, but his agent is really bad he don’t care about the player he just care about money, the same thing happened with ibra last year with his stupid transfer, foooorza inter / [Agree 22 : Disagree 7]
Comment-Nizar Indonesia / 2:51 AM Aug 10, 2010: if he does stay i hope he change that sh1t agent.. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Interestingly or weirdly, the comment section start to sound… Whose hard working do you think it is? Agent or Inter? Please check ALL the comment-sections after JULY 29, 2010.)

Manchester City Now Offer Inter €26M Plus Bonuses For Mario Balotelli After Agreeing Player Terms (€3.5M a year wage deal) – Report Jul 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mark Liverpool / 3:16 PM Jul 30, 2010: Strange, you’d think it would agree a fee first and then discuss contracts and personal terms not the other way around. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 0]

Manchester City Now Offer Inter €26M Plus Bonuses For Mario Balotelli After Agreeing Player Terms (€3.5M a year wage deal) – Report Jul 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-interist prishtina kosova / 3:01 PM Jul 30, 2010: i agree that balotelli had problem at inter but if inter would keep him for one year and would play him more than last year i think that balotelli will worth more than 35 milion maybe 50 who knows. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 9]
Comment-ibrakadabra mmm / 3:15 PM Jul 30, 2010: for €26m I would never sell him!!! I hate mino raiola!!! / [Agree 12 : Disagree 4]

Goal.com Special: Mario Balotelli’s Inter to Manchester City Transfer Saga – The Definitive Timeline Aug 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-khenney ayetoro, ogun state nigeria / 7:29 PM Jul 31, 2010: Selling balotelli at that huge amount is ridiculous, ‘I think is a good business for inter. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 8]
Comment-Gianni Montreal, Canada /5:28 PM Aug 1, 2010: 20 Mil is overpaying hugely for this trouble maker. Lucky Inter always getting these lucrative offers. / [Agree 7 : Disagree 21]

(JIWON: In sum, don’t you think this AGENT should put his money where his mouth is?)

Gideon Levy: Netanyahu, put your money where your mouth is Feb 19, 2009 / By Israeli Media

Inter Starlet Mario Balotelli No Longer With The Italian Players Association (AIC) – Agent Jul 12, 2010 / By Goal
Agent: “If Abete resigns, Balotelli may remain in Italy. I’ll only speak if Abete resigns.” Jul 15, 2010 / By nerazzurrinews.com
Inter CEO Opens Door As Inter Striker Mario Balotelli Will Boycott Serie A Because Of Limits On Foreign Players Jul 15, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “If [Giancarlo] Abete quits, then maybe Balotelli will remain in Italy. The heads of the Italian Players Association (AIC) must also resign,” AGENT told the press as reported by Il Corriere dello Sport. “The laws on foreign quotas are a scandal. It damages Italian football.” (…)

Inter CEO Opens Door As Inter Striker Mario Balotelli Will Boycott Serie A Because Of Limits On Foreign Players Jul 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-qwerty qwerty / 3:36 PM Jul 15, 2010: is balotelli considered foreign? / [Agree 7 : Disagree 1]
Comment-carlo london / 3:51 PM Jul 15, 2010: isn’t balotelli italian so why would he have 2 go because of da quota / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-WIN SYDNEY / 3:42 PM Jul 15, 2010: i just don’t get it.. what is cit got to do him??? / [Agree 9 : Disagree 1]

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PART-?c: Dear Man-City: Whether Or Not Your Wealthiest, The Most Benevolent Arab Owner Leads “Football Inflation” Is Perfectly OK. However, Think Of Your Fans More And Respect The International Rules, When You Want To Get Rid Of Your Unwanted Players, Please.

(Updated on AUGUST 12, 2010)

Italy Coach Prandelli To Announce His First Squad Today Aug 6, 2010 / By Goal
Cassano And Balotelli Called Up For Italy Friendly Against Ivory Coast Aug 6, 2010 / By Goal
Italy 0-1 Cote D’Ivoire: Italy Coach Prandelli Shrugs Off Loss To Cote D’Ivoire Aug 10, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: To betray anyone’s expectation, I was not following this happening. I wanted to finish this computer work step by step, and was busy at sorting ALL the comment sections on “Italian Little Brat”, which I collected since weeks ago. Of course, I am going to post everything only when I need this work. But I realized that FANS’ opinions about this Transfer Saga can be sorted into…)

1. Balotelli is over-rated because he is…
2. Balotelli is over-rated because he is…
3. Balotelli is over-rated because he is…
4. Balotelli is over-rated because he is…
5. Poor Balotelli because Man-City is…
6. Poor Balotelli because Mancini is…
6. Poor Balotelli because Inter is…
6. Poor Balotelli because he is…
7. If I were poor Balotelli, who wants to go to foreign land, I would…
8. UNANIMOUS opinion about the RIGHT price for this “Italian Troublemaker.”
9. Bla-bla-bla

(JIWON: Tired… But I wanted to do this work first, because this NEW part is basically the main reason why I wanted to create this whole section. Balotelli is not the first player, whose transfer saga and his inflated price will be remembered in the football history. There was someone before Balotelli. There will be some more after Balotelli. The moment Man-City finalize this deal, they will want to sell ALL their useless items at INFLATED prices, too. The more inflated the price is, the dirtier politics the “Spending Spree Circle” will play. If Balotelli were made a scapegoat for so-called Mancini’s Ego, as some say, he will have to enter the INFLATED transfer market again.)

Fans concerned over ‘football inflation’ Jul 29, 2010 / By independent.co.uk
Fans have expressed fears about ‘football inflation’ after a new survey revealed 30% of supporters intend to cut the number of live matches they attend. … because of the rising cost and the economic climate. Malcolm Clarke, chairman of the Football Supporters’ Federation, said: “It is very worrying that ‘football inflation’ continues at a level way above standard inflation. With people losing their jobs and being worried about the future, it’s not surprising that going to the match – a leisure activity – might suffer. In the middle of all this, fans see huge sums of money being paid in transfer fees and even a club talking of paying a player a million pounds a month, which many regard as obscene. A little bit of prudence – and a little bit of humility – from those at the top of our game, would not come amiss in the current climate.” (…)

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Man-Utd’s Manager Ups Pressure On Rival Manager: Man-City’s Demanding Owners Won’t Be Happy Unless… Aug 14, 2010 / By Media
City’s Hopes Are Threatened By Infighting Aug 14, 2010 / By newsoftheworld.co.uk

Wolves chief slams Manchester City Aug 14, 2010 / By footballfancast.com
Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey believes the money Manchester City have at their disposal is threatening to ruin the Premier League. … Moxey believes it is an unhealthy phenomenon, telling the Express and Star: “The Manchester City situation is not good for football in the Premier League. Not only are they contributing in a big way towards spiralling wages and unrealistic demands elsewhere, but there is a risk that they could garner all of the talent.
“It’s becoming so difficult for anyone else to compete both on a competitive and talent level but also on a financial level and they’re only able to do it because they’ve got sovereign wealth behind them. I’m not sure that’s what I would want to see if I could control it. But I can’t so all I can control is what we do. Manchester City are trying to win the Premier League and dominate Europe – if they can – for certain reasons. Their owners want to promote themselves and the club, and they see that as a good way of doing it. “They’ve got more money than they know what to do with and they’re investing with it. It gets too distorted too easily when you have such wealth to buy the best players wherever they are in the world.”But as we saw last season, sometimes buying the best talent doesn’t always means you’re going to be the most successful.”

Wolves Chief in blast for Manchester City Aug 14, 2010 / By expressandstar.com
Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey today blasted Manchester City’s wealth for distorting the Premier League. City took their second successive huge summer spend to over £100m … Since City were taken over by the Abu Dhabi United Group in 2008, the club has spent £122m in transfer fees alone in 2008-09 and £117m last season, with combined fees and wages for their first two years in control running at a staggering £455m. But they only finished 10th then fifth in the Premier League and Moxey believes their spending is bad for the game.
(…) Moxey now believes City risk being accused of bad taste with reports of Stephen Ireland refusing to leave over reports that he wants a £2m ‘pay-off’ to leave as part of the James Milner deal. “It’s reported that he’s going to continue negotiating until he gets more and more money to leave,” he said. “We run the risk of losing what the game is really about. “It gets too distorted too easily when you have such wealth to buy the best players wherever they are in the world. (…)
Despite City’s wealth, Moxey still believes they will struggle to compete with the European superpowers, because unlike the Premier League, the vast sums from TV deals aren’t on a level playing field.
“They’ve got their eyes on European competition, but the rules of engagement when they’re playing teams such as Barcelona, Real Madrid, AC Milan etc aren’t the same,” he said. “For example, Barcelona and Real Madrid negotiate their own TV contracts so you could argue they’ve got a commercial advantage over some Premier League clubs.”

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PART-?d: Let’s Check If Ronaldinho’s AC-Milan, Whose Appreciation & Family Atmosphere Made Dinho Rediscover “Transmitting Passion & Happiness”, Was An Ideal Italian Shelter For “Brat/Baby Balotelli”.

(Updated on AUGUST 15, 2010)

Please check
🙂 Rossoneri Latin Legend: 2009’s Ronaldinho Was A Rare Old Vintage, But Still Not “Original” Dinho. “Transmitting Passion And Happiness! This Is What Dinho Wants. Has He Refound His Taste For Football? That’s Only Because Rossoneri Didn’t Give Up On Him,” Says Latin Coach Leo (Aug 6-16, 2010)
PART-05: “Transmitting Passion & Happiness” Is What Dinho Wants. He Should Thank AC-Milan, Who Took Him To Where He Is Today, Instead Of Giving Up On Him. Perhaps, This Is What Attracted “Italian Little Brat” Balotelli.

David Beckham Pushing For Ronaldinho At Los Angeles Galaxy, But Milan Offer New Deal – Agent Jul 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Me Earth / 1:51 PM Jul 17, 2010: Milan kept him in check, limited his partying and showed faith in him when noone wanted him anymore, Dinho even once admitted that the appreciation and family atmosphere in milan made him WANT to work harder, not just to do it cuz he had to. If he leaves i think he will slip back into old habbits and the renaissance we’ve seen will have been shortlived. It takes years of work to get back into form but it doesn’t take alot to let it slip, i hope im wrong, i just wish him luck whatever he chooses / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: To be honest, I can’t believe what I realized during this computer work. I’ve always read that Berlusconi is a dictator, that his AC-Milan is the poorest thing in the world, and that there is no hope in this football club unless they get rid of Berlusconi. At the same time, I’ve never questioned how much Inter’s President Moratti was praised by his people, because this is what I used to pick up from the professional media. What did I find?)

Agent Mino Raiola: Mario Balotelli Won’t Stay At Inter If Things Continue Like This Apr 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-dante milano / 5:11 AM May 3, 2010: just leave mario, people here are right, go away, maybe even ac milan would be better for us all. i dont know about you becoming the best with pato, but at least you’re going to be with the club you want. and btw, get rid of that stupid agent of yours, come on, you could have hired a better one and not this blabbering quack. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Arash Australia / 1:51 PM May 2, 2010: if he wants a move to advance his career and play in family environment in peaceful tranquil surrounding he should move to his childhood club AC MILAN. milan will turn him into ballon dior winner and alongside pato they will be the best striking duo on the planet for the next 10 years. i can see it happening. / [Agree 3 : Disagree 4]

(JIWON: Interestingly enough, I was able to find this comment after organizing ALL the stuffs. Had I found this earlier, I would have believed that this was political manipulated by AC-Milan’s employees. Now, I know that this comment was from a pure intention to worry Italian teenager Balotelli.)

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Roberto Baggio Accepts Role With FIGC – Report Aug 2, 2010 / By Goal
Roberto Baggio: It Is A Shame Balotelli Is Moving Away From Italy Aug 4, 2010 / By Peace FM Online
Roberto Baggio Believes Italy Must Focus More On Developing Young Players Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal

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Agent Mino Raiola: Mario Balotelli Won’t Stay At Inter If Things Continue Like This Apr 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ahmed Australia / 4:30 AM May 1, 2010: Balotelli should change this agent if he wants to continue with the nerrazurri / [Agree 14 : Disagree 4]
Comment-indomptable USA / 2:51 PM May 1, 2010: FIRE this AGENT, he is not protection Mario enough. This guy is the one causing 90% of the player trouble. We must petition for him to be fired. Mario will be in peace, at least he will understand where his interests are. FIRE the AGENT, he is a spy, un pion, un escroc, an infiltrated agent. FIRE this man / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]

Mario Balotelli’s Future Will Be Resolved Next Week – Agent Jul 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mino Raiola Milano / 6:52 AM Jul 25, 2010: Yeah what the hell is with THIS AGENT. He thinks he’s some kind of Ari Gold of football. Super Mario needs a mentor he respects not some dip that only eggs him on. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 5]

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