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…

🙂 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: May God Bless “Super Mario”! May God Comfort “Italian Little Brat”, Wherever He Goes! “La Bella Italia” Doesn’t Want To Lose “Professional Balotelli”!

(Updated on JULY 30, 2010)

(JIWON: The Part Below, “PART-?b”, is what was originally posted in )
🙂 WORKING… SPAIN… WEDO…
PART-?a: It All Started With This Italian Troublemaker Jr.

(JIWON: Basically, I started this work for couple of specific reasons, and hardly knew this Italian youngster when I started this work. Now, I really feel pity on this adolescent BABY, and wish him a good luck wherever he goes.

I just want to let him know that there are Italian fans, whose favorite style is “Beautiful and Mature Italian Football” and who are willing to watch “The Little Brat” growing into a “Beautiful and Mature Italian Professional Super Mario”. I also want him to know that there is always a place for him to blossom into and prove “101% Of His Talent” once he matures. Berlusconi’s AC-Milan is one of them.

The only thing, though, that I am sure Sir Berlusconi cares is that AC-Milan will NEVER accept “Lavish-Spending-Spree” and “Overpaid-Egos-And-Therefore-Wages”. Let’s be economic. Let’s be realistic. As far as I concern, “Born A Prima-Donna”, in a real sense, never means Something-Arrogant, Something-Overpaid, and Something-Disgusting. Does it?

Sometimes, I hope to see “This Italian Little Brat” end up his professional career at La-Liga’s Real Madrid as the most expensive football player, in case he will become a real STAR but AC-Milan will still lack enough fund. It is never a bad idea. Really…)

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PART-?b: Whether “Italian Little Brat” Joins EPL Or La-Liga, His New Home Will Prove To Be A Headquarters Of “Lavish Spending Spree”.

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🙂 WORKING… SPAIN… WEDO…
PART-?a: It All Started With This Italian Troublemaker Jr.

(Updated on JULY 14, 2010) – DRAFT (I now need to record this date, since I find a number of (unexpected) happenings whenever I announce my plan.)

Who Wouldn’t Want Inter Striker Mario Balotelli In Their Team? – Milan’s Mauro Tassotti Jul 7, 2010 / By Goal
Talkbacks for this article 23
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: Hum… Doesn’t this posting remind me of German Whore Waltraud Meier or Berlin Staatskapelle Pigs or Spanish WEDO Sh*ts’ hard working (via internet) to blow this computer work?)

Massimo Moratti: “Bring €40 million (£33m) and Balotelli could leave.” Jul 2, 2010 / By soccernet.espn
Serie A: Inter will NOT release Balotelli unless for €40M Jul 2, 2010 / By Italian Soccer

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

Inter To Sell Balotelli To Real Madrid & Buy Benifca Midfielder – Report Jul 2, 2010 / By Goal
Balotelli Could Join Real Madrid For €70 Million Jul 1, 2010 / Peace FM Online
Balitelli’s Agent is trying to tempt fate… But, when prompted, the sound of money brought him to his feet. “Is he worth €40 million? For me he is worth more than that … Mourinho could ask Perez to invest €70 million in Mario.” (…) Piersilvio Berlusconi said it would be wise for Milan to invest in Balotelli, who supports the rival club, but Agent said the Rossoneri can’t afford him. “It’s nice they have spoken well about Balotelli, but I don’t think Milan are able to buy him, and Inter wouldn’t sell him to them anyway.” (…) Ibrahimovic … “Milan? They missed out on the chance to buy him.” (…)

Milan Like Inter Striker Balotelli Jul 5, 2010 / By Peace FM Online
And, while Moratti said only a good offer would see him sell, Agent likes the Milan idea. But he says there is no rush for Inter to give up their man to their city rivals. “There is nothing new, the conditions regarding Mario leaving Inter depend on the player and club,” Agent told fcinternews.it.

Manchester City Want Inter Striker Balotelli – Agent Jul 6, 2010 / By Goal
Manchester duo chase Balotelli Jul 9, 2010 / By soccerway.com
Chelsea join United and City in Serie ‘A’ striker race Balotelli Jul 14, 2010 / By givemefootball.com

(JIWON: Agent is busy. Weird that this businessman has suddenly stop mentioning Berlusconi since… (… too tired to check previous writings…) Then, he went to “Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio” instead. Isn’t the same agent, who openly questioned Barca Coach’s sanity? Weird that his criticism is not equally valued as Moggi: Abete should resign (Jul 16, 2010).)

Barca bite back at Ibrahimovic agent criticisms Jun 1, 2010 / By Reuters
Barcelona warned Ibrahimovic’s agent that further criticisms of the club could result in them seeking an exit for the striker. (…) reacting to quotes from an interview Agent gave when he said Barca coach “would need to go to a mental hospital,” if he was considering off-loading (…)

Inter Starlet Mario Balotelli No Longer With The Italian Players Association (AIC) – Agent Jul 12, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “We decided not to enroll in the AIC anymore, we don’t recognize ourselves as part of that organization,” Agent explained to Radio Radio. “The motivation for this is based on the management of recent events that were scandalous, not least regarding immigrants. [FIGC president Giancarlo] Abete should resign.” It would seem to be a move that indicates the teenager could be headed for an experience abroad, but Agent insists that is not necessarily true. (…)

(JIWON: Weird that I hardly find comments-regarding-immigrants whenever I read articles on this agent or his players. Weird, too, that this agent sounds different or very-cautious or even-polite when other-than-Berlusconi is considered as his future business partner. How many players does this agent have? Does it work for Inter? How come the problem players are represented by this agent? Or is it this agent that is always getting his business-items into trouble with media or clubs or fans…?)

Italian Players Association Tell Inter & Juventus To Calm Down Dec 11, 2009 / By livescoressoccer9.com
The Italian Players Association (AIC) have lobbied Serie A teams to calm down and show their professionalism following a number of sour incidents on pitches around the peninsula took place last week. The calls come less than a week after the heated Derby d’Italia between Juventus and Inter in Turin. Jose Mourinho’s clapping, tough tackles and a spat between Thiago Motta and Gianluigi Buffon have caused concern among the authorities. AIC president Sergio Campana has now appealed against sour incidents, claiming they tarnish the image of Calcio as he urges fair play. Campana has attempted to encourage players to change their rough and tumble ways.
“There were players last week who behaved badly and they did not live up to their professional image,” he told the press. “Too many protests, fouls and arguments negatively characterised what should have been a sporting spectacular. The footballers need to take on more responsibilty in relation to their clubs, the fans and children. We hope that they can return to being protagonists as they represent those who believe in the value of sport.”

Italian FA & Players Association Send Mixed Messages Over New Calciopoli Apr 8, 2010 / By Goal
(…) FIGC (Italian FA) president Giancarlo Abete has promised a review of the 2006 Calciopoli trial following new allegations … The new revelations from Naples allege that Inter president Massimo Moratti had spoken to the then referee designator Paolo Bergamo. However, president of the AIC (Italian Footballers Association), Sergio Campana, feels a new investigation into Calciopoli will not take off. “Nothing has been opened. A new Calciopoli? Please…” he told the press.

Inter President Massimo Moratti & Genoa Patron Enrico Preziosi Punished For Diego Milito Deal Jul 9, 2010 / By Goal
Inter president Moratti given three-month ban from running the club Jul 10, 2010 / By timesofindia
(…) The big-spending Genoa owner has largely ignored the bans and carried on his business knowing the federation would struggle to enforce the suspension and the only further punishment he would receive would be extended bans. The situation is likely to be the same with Moratti, who can delegate some responsibilities to deputies but remains the de facto club president given the federation can do little to limit his private activity. (…)

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.

Inter CEO Opens Door As Inter Striker Mario Balotelli Will Boycott Serie A Because Of Limits On Foreign Players Jul 15, 2010 / By Goal
Talkbacks for this article 40
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-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-Sami Bahrain / 3:12 PM Jul 15, 2010: this agent is worse than balotelli he looks for trouble.. / [Agree 1 : 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]

(JIWON: I also realize that Italy is where both INTER and this agent can find themselves above Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio. (…well, this is never my cynical criticism against Mr. Moratti. I used to be awestruck by his divine power. By the same token, I still think Mrs. Moratti, Mayor of Milan or President of La Scala, is a unique lady, who just possesses NO ears to detect the guardians of Italian “Bel-Canto”. By the same token, I don’t think her dignity will be easily threatened by her junior rivals, since I find the rest of female politicians also boast NO ears. Usually, sensitive females are found in the kitchen quickly losing all their musical muscles while cooking for male chauvinists, alas…) Anyway…

Whether this agent works for INTER or not,
I kind of understand why this boy … hum-what-do-i-say… AC-Milan. (Of course, I feel very sorry for Mr. Moratti on this issue. I feel sorry because I couldn’t help laughing while imagining Mr. Moratti’s furious face on this issue. I feel sorry more because I burst out laughing when I finally(?!) realized Mr. Moratti’s favorite style. Sorry…)

I laughed when ‘The Brat’ passes (high school) exam as Blues set for mega bid, ho-ho. It was one of the funniest stuffs to read during this computer work. Isn’t it easy to imagine this boy’s frustrated face during the exam? I laughed more when I read that his fellow defender edged him for grades. (Just 2 points, though). I couldn’t stop laughing when this boy was so happy that he now wanted to go to university. (… a pure laughter, please…) Then, I wonder again. Isn’t this agent that is treating his young player a black immigrant slave, who is valuable only when he makes money for his company? Weird that no other Italian clubs but AC-Milan express concern or strong interest while this agent encourages or even-maneuvers this teenager or so-called genius’ childish behaviors.)

WORKING…
(… This Part Will Appear When Mr. Moratti Gets His Deal Done…)
OFFICIAL: Mario Balotelli Completes €30 Million Move From Inter To Manchester City Aug 13, 2010 / By Goal
(… This Part Will Appear When Mr. Moratti Gets His Deal Done…)
WORKING…

Inter striker Balotelli passes (high) school exams. Congratulations Mario 🙂 Jul 14, 2010 / By Goal
Talkbacks for this article 9
Comment-Giuseppe Italy / 18:43 14 Jul 2010: Wow all of your comments are retarded! he wants an education just in case he has a career ending injury… a footballer can only play til about 35 as a striker so he is being smart. / [Agree 7 : Disagree 1]
Comment-ds USA / 16:14 14 Jul 2010: I’m all for education but he could make more injured in England in one season at United than he would in an entire 30 year career doing accounting in Italy. Non-story made up of nothing. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: I saved the second comment, since it sounded so weird. Let’s just hope, “just in case” he starts his international journey, that ‘This Italian Brat’, who passed (high school) exam as Blues set for mega bid, could take care of his professional life in a healthier way and prepare his future in a more effective way and join the Italian National Team as a mature human being. Of course, I cancel this part if Mr. Moratti takes advantage of this computer work and enjoys a sudden loyalty from “This Italian Brat”. Not only I don’t give words of blessing to the INTER’s players, ho-ho, I also don’t think there will be any changes in the Italian atmosphere around this boy.)

Who Wouldn’t Want Inter Striker Mario Balotelli In Their Team? – Milan’s Mauro Tassotti Jul 7, 2010 / By Goal
Talkbacks for this article 23
Comment-athaus usa / 1:56 AM Jul 8, 2010: as a milan fan i would love to see (…) but sadly it prob wont happen cause burlisconi is a cheap bitch / [Agree 7 : Disagree 1]

Calcio Debate: Cash-Strapped Milan Need Transfer Market Magic To Make Champions League Cut Jul 13, 2010 / By Goal
Talkbacks for this article 54
Comment-Louis USA / 10:49 AM Jul 13, 2010: Berlusconi is practicing at destroying AC Milan so he can then finish off Italy. / [Agree 29 : Disagree 4]
Comment-soren denmark / 10:58 AM Jul 13, 2010: I am a big rossonerofan. I think your article is one of the best analyzes I have read about the team. We are in big trouble and nothing is going to change as long as Silvio and Galliani are running the business. / [Agree 55 : Disagree 3]
Comment-neil interista / 11:57 AM Jul 13, 2010: The only real solution is A NEW OWNER! but it doesn’t look like Berlusconi wants to sell anytime soon which is bad news for Milan fans and Serie-A in general! / [Agree 78 : Disagree 9]

(JIWON: Now, this is for the AC-Milan management. My decade-long computer work, along with my instinct, tells me that…)

1. Don’t these IDs look familiar? Please check other comments. Some of them sounds more harsh, but they include valuable points. This is a pure vicious slander, which serves a clear purpose. If you think of AC-Milan’s case only, I am paranoid. However, if you check the general atmosphere of “Football World In Debt”, and if you scan other comments in other clubs’ articles, this is something unique. I strictly recommend them to investigate these IDs. Who knows? There may exist “Big Shots” involved in those hard workings.

2. In case this kind of comment is manipulated by “The Agent”, AC-Milan had better break off business connections with this company. The football players will soon find a better agent, if they really want to join AC-Milan and other Italian clubs. Aren’t the Fan Club’s opinions identical when it comes to this issue? First of all, isn’t the agent’s professional flaw? Shouldn’t this issue be included in “The Contract”, if he fails to manage his players? Second of all, shouldn’t the Italian price cheaper than that of British EPL or Spanish La-Liga?

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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…

(Updated on JULY 30, 2010)

Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game In The Transfer Of Inter’s Defender To Real Madrid – Agent Jul 29, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “One of the reasons that this transfer is taking so long is because there’s someone out there playing a dirty game. Sooner or later the truth will be revealed and we will know who frustrated the move,” said the Agent. (…)

Manchester City’s Negotiations With Inter For Mario Balotelli Still Ongoing – Report Jul 29, 2010 / By Goal
(…) RealMadrid Coach has reportedly spoken to Inter Defender personally to tell him to lower his wage demands so the deal can go through. (…)

(Updated on AUGUST 2, 2010)

Inter-Defender’s agent angry as Inter talk to Real Madrid Jul 21, 2010 / By soccernet.espn.go.com
Inter-Defender’s agent has demanded an apology from Inter Milan for apparently negotiating his client’s transfer to Real Madrid without the knowledge of the defender. (…) However, the agent is disappointed he was not informed talks were taking place and maintains his client is likely to stay in Milan, despite further interest from Manchester City. “We expect an apology from the club for putting Defender on the market without informing us. Defender has a contract with Inter and that is the reality. … We don’t know anything about those negotiations. But they are discussing his transfer without his consent. I don’t know if that is the right way to treat …”

Luciano Moggi Tells Milan Patron Silvio Berlusconi: Spend Your Money On Buying Zlatan Ibrahimovic From Barcelona Jul 23, 2010 / By Goal
Talkbacks for this article 42
Comment-Arash Australia / 11:25 PM Jul 23, 2010: i dont want to see ibra wearing milan jersey. we had virtually signed him but he decided to join inter coz for 2 weeks we we’re assured of ur european place. then we went on & won the ucl in 2007. ibra is traitor in sporting scene and we don’t want to pay mega bucks for him. we can sign 3-4 good players like X, Y and Z with his wages and transfer fee. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]

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: Time to get the most of the economic spirit. How many steps do the “Creative Brain of Rossoneri” need to maximize their imagination? Below is Mario Balotelli’s Inter to Manchester City Transfer Saga – The Definitive Timeline. Enjoy, please.)

(On JULY 14, 2010) – Computer Work

JIWON: Starting on DAFT of DRAFT: Spain… Debt… WEDO… Unemployment… Politicians…
PART-?a: It All Started With This Italian Troublemaker Jr.

(On JULY 14, 2010) – TRANSFER SAGA

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.” (…)

(On JULY 29, 2010) – Computer Work

JIWON: Starting on this posting, after checking information appeared in the article, Inter’s Mario Balotelli To Join Manchester City ‘Within Hours’ – Sky Sport Italia, but making it without much information except “AGENT”.

(On JULY 29, 2010) – TRANSFER SAGA

Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game In The Transfer Of Inter’s Defender To Real Madrid – Agent Jul 29, 2010 / By Goal

Manchester City Deal For Inter Milan Striker Mario Balotelli Still Far From Conclusion Jul 30, 2010 / By breakingfootballnews.com
(…) while City have put an offer of a salary worth €3.5 million per year, Raiola is demanding at least €3.8 million instead. Meanwhile, both clubs have apparently shaken hands over the transfer fee which is a reported €30 million. (… which could potentially rise to €35m with performance-related bonuses…)

(On JULY 30, 2010) – Computer Work

JIWON: Creating more parts and giving each of them a unique title. Only “PART-?a” is finished, in addition to part of “PART-?g” and “PART-?i”, which was posted on the first day.

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: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Time Will Tell… (… this part changed its title on Aug 2…)
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?

(On JULY 30, 2010) – TRANSFER SAGA… plus humorous-or-mysterious happenings

Cesare Prandelli Picks Antonio Cassano & Mario Balotelli For Italy Squad – Report Jul 31, 2010 / By Goal

Manchester City Offer Inter Robinho As Part Of Mario Balotelli Deal – Report Jul 31, 2010 / By Goal

Chelsea Boss Carlo Ancelotti Claims Manchester City-Bound Mario Balotelli Was Never An Option Jul 30, 2010 / By Goal
Ancelotti: Fat cat days are over ‎ Jul 30, 2010 / By MirrorFootball.co.uk
Milan Can’t Spend & Won’t Spend On Transfer Market. Berlusconi is the fortune of Milan. – Former Coach Carlo Ancelotti Jul 30, 2010 / By Goal

Luciano Moggi Applauds Inter & Tells Juventus To Do… Jul 30, 2010 / By Goal

(On AUGUST 1, 2010) – Computer Work

JIWON: Barely finishing “PART-?d”. Still working, though.

PART-?d: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Whoever He Is, Berlusconi’s AC-Milan Always Becomes The Easiest Target.

(On AUGUST 1, 2010) – TRANSFER SAGA

Goal.com Special: Mario Balotelli’s Inter to Manchester City Transfer Saga – The Definitive Timeline Aug 2, 2010 / By Goal

Manchester City Target Mario Balotelli Admits To Suffering From Homesickness Aug 1, 2010 / By Goal
Inter Coach Rafael Benitez Unaware Of Mario Balotelli’s Situation Aug 1, 2010 / By Goal

D-Day For Mario Balotelli’s Manchester City Move Aug 2, 2010 / By Goal
For Balotelli the deal is still progressing. Despite his homesickness worries, agent Mino Raiola and a delegation of City directors are expected in Milan to negotiate during the next 48 hours. Balotelli has agreed to a reported €3.5m a year wage deal, but City are yet to meet Inter demands over a transfer fee. They offer a skimmed €26m plus bonuses for the hitman, but Inter are holding out for €30m plus add-ons. Massimo Moratti warned at the weekend that the right offer would see Balotelli leave, a less than perfect bid would see him stay.

(On AUGUST 2, 2010) – Computer Work

JIWON: Finishing “PART-?c”, “PART-?e”, and “PART-?f”. Still working, though.

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-?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?

(On AUGUST 2, 2010) – TRANSFER SAGA

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

Inter Striker Balotelli Stays In United States Citing Passport Issues Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal

(On AUGUST 4, 2010) – Computer Work

JIWON: Finishing part of “PART-?g”, and “PART-?h”.

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.

(On AUGUST 4, 2010) – TRANSFER SAGA

Barcelona Striker Ibrahimovic Offers Himself To Milan – Report Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal

FIGC President Giancarlo Abete Hopes Italy Changes Will Bring Results Aug 5, 2010 / By Goal

OFFICIAL: Roberto Baggio Appointed New FIGC Technical Committee President Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Milan legend Gianni Rivera has been appointed the president of the youth academy while former Italy coach Arrigo Sacchi is the new coordinator of the junior national teams. (…)

Italy Focus Must Be On Youth, Not Old Players – Arrigo Sacchi Aug 5, 2010 / By Goal

Manchester City stunned as Mario Balotelli demands £180000 a week Aug 5, 2010 / By oddspreview.com
Balotelli’s £25m Man-City move stalls over salary demands Aug 5, 2010 / By guardian.co.uk

Balotelli’s Agent Denies That High Wage Demands Holding Up Man-City Deal Aug 5, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Other clubs? There are even Italian ones interested, but Manchester City are our first choice,” claimed AGENT. (…)

(On AUGUST 6, 2010) – Computer Work

JIWON: Staring working on NEW posting.

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 6-7, 2010)

(On AUGUST 6, 2010) – TRANSFER SAGA

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

Man-City Manager Refuses To Give Up Balotelli Chase Aug 6, 2010 / By Goal

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

(On AUGUST 12, 2010) – Computer Work

JIWON: Staring working on NEW posting.

🙂 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 (Aug 15, 2010)
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.

(On AUGUST 12, 2010) – TRANSFER SAGA

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

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

‘I would have preferred to play in Italy’ – Mario Balotelli signs off from Inter in typically controversial style Aug 14, 2010 / By Goal – UK
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

(On AUGUST 15, 2010) – Computer Work

JIWON: Making “Part-?g” an independent section by creating another NEW posting.

🙂 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 (Aug 12 – 15, 2010)
PART-?a: Who Is Responsible For The Zlatan Debacle?
PART-?b: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Who? Agent?
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.
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”.
PART-?e: Just In Case… WORKING… Let’s Make A National Issue.

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PART-?d: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Whoever He Is, Berlusconi’s AC-Milan Always Becomes The Easiest Target.

(Updated on AUGUST 1-2, 2010)

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

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
(…) However, reports in Italy say the Italy Under 21 international – an AC Milan fan – wants to take stock before deciding whether to leave the European champions. His agent said: ‘With regards to him (Balotelli), there are no updates nor will be there be any neither today nor throughout this week.’ Balotelli, who is currently in pre-season training with Inter, is under contract with the Serie A outfit for another three seasons.

(JIWON: It is not the first time for this poor boy to be worried… Please check this article. Inter striker Mario Balotelli passes school exams, may disappoint Manchester Duo to stay in Italy for further study (Jul 14, 2010))

A Sign of More Decline for Serie A As Marco Balotelli Is Set To Leave Jul 20, 2010 / By bleacherreport.com (=Berlusconi-Hater)
Roma captain Totti: I almost quit game over Balotelli bust-up Jul 20, 2010 / By Media
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)
Does your opinion (Piersilvio – Milan) – And if the blow to Berlusconi was Balotelli? Kneeling on the Milan should CHICK!!
A reader sends us one possible interpretation of key market statements of President Rossoneri.

(JIWON: All of a sudden… not only Berlusconi becomes a target again, but also…)

Limitless funds at Manchester City create own problems for Roberto Mancini Jul 21, 2010 / By telegraph.co.uk
Roberto Mancini: All these price hikes are driving me crazy Jul 22, 2010 / By express.co.uk
Roberto Mancini Upset as Players’ Prices Soar When Man City Make a Move Jul 22, 2010 / By football.fanhouse.co.uk
Even other clubs think the money being asked is too much Jul 22, 2010 / By fansonline.net

Mancini frustrated about Balotelli price-tag Jul 22, 2010 / By soccerway.com
Manchester City cool Balotelli interest Jul 22, 2010 / By mirrorfootball.co.uk
Roberto Mancini admits fee is holding up Mario Balotelli move – Transfers Jul 22, 2010 / By soccernet.espn.go.com

Manchester City and Inter Milan locked in Mario Balotelli talks Jul 22, 2010 / By soccerlens.com

Mario Balotelli asked to leave Inter Milan by his team-mates Jul 22, 2010 / By soccerfeed.net

(JIWON: Even in a situation, in which EVERYBODY knows which price is right for this “Italian Little Brat”…)

Calcio Debate: Six Possible Signings For The Milan Attack Jul 22-27, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Of all the names, Robinho seems the most trustworthy. In difficult leagues like La Liga and the Premier League he has held his own. And he appeared mature at the World Cup. In a Brazilian environment such as the one at Milan he would find himself at home. Robinho’s arrival could see Pato sold for a high price, allowing the club to invest elsewhere.

Speciale Goal.com – Berlusconi apre al COLPO, Galliani sfoglia la sua AGENDA: per l’attacco Milan sei NOMI, sei SOGNI… Jul 22-31, 2010 / By Goal
Quale sarà la prossima stella del club rossonero?
Sondaggio Goal.com: Chi vorresti come colpo di mercato del Milan?
1. Moggi’s The Most/Least Favorite At Juventus: 48.08%
2. Robinho’s Youngest Colleague-or-Junior-or-Rival: 20.84%
3. Robinho: 17:35%
4-5. Hum…: 9:43% / 1.28%

(JIWON: Then, Italian Mancini at Man-City was happy to finalize a deal about this price with Italian Inter.)

Balotelli agent in England to finalise Man City deal Jul 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) President Massimo Moratti hinted that Balotelli’s time at Inter was over amid rumours of a €35m deal – around £32m. “Everyone is right about Balotelli, he is a talent, who in my opinion, has yet to express himself 100 per cent, but this talent, in this moment, doesn’t seem so indispensable,” said Moratti. (…)

(JIWON: Didn’t I start posting this part on July 29? Agent is suddenly busy, pretending to think more of his client’s private life. Weird is that this information disappeared from “Goal.com”.)

Manchester City Deal For Inter Milan Striker Mario Balotelli Still Far From Conclusion Jul 30, 2010 / By breakingfootballnews.com
(…) while City have put an offer of a salary worth €3.5 million per year, Raiola is demanding at least €3.8 million instead. Meanwhile, both clubs have apparently shaken hands over the transfer fee which is a reported €30 million. (… which could potentially rise to €35m with performance-related bonuses…)

(JIWON: Then… Didn’t I mention this name, “Robinho-Saga” on July 30… without making any detailed posting?)

Manchester City Offer Inter Robinho As Part Of Mario Balotelli Deal – Report Jul 31, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Time will tell if Moratti-Inter’s former Employee Mancini is still working for Inter… rather than Man-City and its owner Sheikh Mansour. Just In Case…)

Man City snub £16.7m offer for Robinho Jul 8, 2010 / By soccernet.espn.go.com
‎Manchester City have a rejected a £16.7M offer for Robinho from Turkish club Besiktas. City paid Real Madrid a British record £34M in 2008 but the Brazilian has failed to settle at Eastlands and has fallen out with manager Roberto Mancini. But Robinho, who was sent out on loan to Santos at the back end of last season, cost City so much that they are going to have to take a hefty cut in his value to move him on, however they are reluctant to go too low. A well placed source told Soccernet: “Having paid €42 million (£34m), Manchester City would like to recoup €35 million (£29m), but so far have only had the one offer of €20 million (£16.7m) from Besiktas. “Robinho has been linked with Barcelona but there is little interest from Barca in signing him now, and City’s problem is that they cannot keep on loaning a player who cost them so much.”

(Updated on AUGUST 15, 2010)

Barcelona plan to gatecrash Manchester City deal with Inter for striker Mario Balotelli – report Jul 24, 2010 / By Goal
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
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
Manchester City set to make £96m (€116m) move for Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – report Aug 13, 2010 / By Goal – UK

(JIWON: Therefore…)

Please check
🙂 P.S.4: Dear Rossoneri, Do You Want Owner Berlusconi To Be Fooled By The Agent Of “Spending Spree Club”? Do You Want “Brat/Baby” Balotelli To Peacefully Join His Italian Home? Let’s Make It A National Issue (Aug 15, 2010)

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(On JULY 30, 2010) – Computer Work

JIWON: Creating this part… but with NO content included. It was created… as a mere warning… to prepare “Just In Case”.

(Updated on AUGUST 2, 2010) – TRANSFER SAGA… plus humorous-or-mysterious happenings

Manchester City Offer Inter Robinho As Part Of Mario Balotelli Deal – Report Jul 31, 2010 / By Goal

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

Milan Can’t Spend & Won’t Spend On Transfer Market. Berlusconi is the fortune of Milan. – Former Coach Carlo Ancelotti Jul 30, 2010 / By Goal
(…) And he agrees overspending doesn’t always ensure success. “I think that this is the right way to go. You cannot just throw money out of the window.” Berlusconi was once again in the media spotlight last week when he gave a rampant overview of the club’s strategies – a drama that was branded ‘the Berlusconi show’. Ancelotti didn’t follow the act, but he imagined the scene. “Berlusconi show? I heard about it. Berlusconi is the fortune of Milan and the fans must understand this. And Galliani is the best director around. You will see that Milan will soon return to winning ways.”

Ancelotti: Fat cat days are over ‎ Jul 30, 2010 / By MirrorFootball.co.uk
(…) The Chelsea boss has looked on as Manchester City seem intent on spending as if there is no tomorrow, with £30million Inter Milan striker Mario Balotelli their next likely purchase. (…) But UEFA’s new rules on “financial fair play” … by 2012 (…) Chelsea’s former multi-million pound spending days – funded by Roman Abramovich – seem behind them (…) “It will happen over the next two season and will be a bitter experience for many clubs. But the time of the fat cats is over now. Silvio Berlusconi at Milan and Inter could not fail to adapt. Even Roman has stopped giving out money everywhere.”

JIWON: HA-HA-HA! Those Italians… Now, I am pretty sure that Mr. Umberto Eco truly loves “La Bella Italia”. Now, I do know that Man-City’s Mancini’s Robinho has been a hot potato. I didn’t know that. Meanwhile, I kept wondering why the comment section kept mentioning “Mancini’s Ego”. What is it?

Somehow, I can’t help thinking that ALL the Italians are scared of Mr. Moratti, while it’s a piece of cake or daily-entertainment to mock Prime Minister Berlusconi behind the scene or even in public streets. True that Sir Berlusconi will soon likely lose his political power. But who really has been Inter’s Owner Moratti? What is his political identity? I can’t help suspecting…

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PART-?f: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Who? Inter?

(Updated on AUGUST 2, 2010)

Latest transfer gossip: July 29 Jul 29, 2010 / By blogs.soccernet.com
19.06 BST: Inter Milan have made their move for X, but Liverpool have slapped a £25 million price tag on the head of X. A well placed source told ESPNsoccernet on Thursday: “Inter want X, and have begun the process of trying to buy him. But Liverpool are holding out for a lot of money and want the best deal they can get. Inter don’t have the kind of money Liverpool want unless they can get a massive fee from Manchester City for Mario Balotelli.”

Inter-Defender’s agent angry as Inter talk to Real Madrid Jul 21, 2010 / By soccernet.espn.go.com
Inter-Defender’s agent has demanded an apology from Inter Milan for apparently negotiating his client’s transfer to Real Madrid without the knowledge of the defender. (…) However, the agent is disappointed he was not informed talks were taking place and maintains his client is likely to stay in Milan, despite further interest from Manchester City. “We expect an apology from the club for putting Defender on the market without informing us. Defender has a contract with Inter and that is the reality. … We don’t know anything about those negotiations. But they are discussing his transfer without his consent. I don’t know if that is the right way to treat …”

Inter President Massimo Moratti & Genoa Patron Enrico Preziosi Punished For Diego Milito Deal Jul 9, 2010 / By Goal
Inter president Moratti given three-month ban from running the club Jul 10, 2010 / By timesofindia
(…) The big-spending Genoa owner has largely ignored the bans and carried on his business knowing the federation would struggle to enforce the suspension and the only further punishment he would receive would be extended bans. The situation is likely to be the same with Moratti, who can delegate some responsibilities to deputies but remains the de facto club president given the federation can do little to limit his private activity. (…)

(Updated on AUGUST 15, 2010)

Inter Will Generate Funds From Elsewhere As Maicon Looks Set To Stay – Report Aug 10, 2010 / By Goal
(…)Inter coach Rafa Benitez has been extremely quiet in the transfer market in terms of additions to his squad. (…)

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

(JIWON: Finally, Inter got what they want.)

Agent: Inter Defender Burdisso Is Frustrated By The Transfer Stalemate Between Inter & Roma Aug 3, 2010 / By Goal
The agent of Inter Defender has revealed that his client is growing increasingly frustrated by the procrastination of Roma and Inter over a deal to secure the player’s future. (…) “The meeting was rescheduled, I don’t know for when. Inter Defender has not changed his mind. He wants Roma, but his opinion counts for nothing. The two clubs have to reach an agreement between themselves.” Regarding a transfer, Agent did not seem hopeful. “Their positions are pretty far apart. This situation has been dragging on for two months now. If the clubs wanted to sort it out, they would’ve done so by now. We have already said their price-tag is over the top,” he lamented.

Napoli Set To Hijack Roma’s Deal For Inter Defender Nicolas Burdisso – Report Aug 10, 2010 / By Goal
Inter Director: There Are No Negotiations For Burdisso With Roma Aug 11, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Will Inter get what they want in this case, too? I am still curious how Inter and Genoa was able to make this friendly deal. Inter President Moratti & Genoa Patron Preziosi Punished For Diego Milito Deal)

Parma Set To Renew Loan Deal For Inter’s Luis Jimenez – Report Jun 10, 2010 / By Goal
Luis Jimenez Close To Parma Return – Report Jul 11, 2010
Luis Jimenez Resigns Himself To Ternana Return Aug 2, 2010 / By Goal
Ternana Rebel Midfielder Jimenez Hits Out At (Former Club) Inter ‘Betrayal’ Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal
(…) This June however Ternana bought out the remaining half of his contract, leaving Jimenez furious that the European Cup winners were sending him back down the divisions. “[President Massimo] Moratti assured me that he was going to help me leave to Parma. Nobody called me, I read the news by internet,” Jimenez alleged in an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport. “I feel betrayed, no-one from Inter has talked with me at all.” Jimenez also revealed that former club and preferred destination Parma had made an offer for him, but the proposal was snubbed by Ternana. (…)

Ternana Rebel Midfielder Jimenez Hits Out At (Former Club) Inter ‘Betrayal’ Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal
Talkbacks for this article 8
Comment-Win Sydney / 4:00 AM Aug 5, 2010: U should have hire Balotelli’s AGENT / [Agree 25 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Simao uae / 5:13 AM Aug 5, 2010: That’s not cool from Inter’s management. He’s still our player and we need to treat our players with the respect they deserve. Even though he spent most of the time on the bench or getting injuries from trainings he still should have a say on his future. I really don’t see how it is legally ok for a club to sell half the ownership to another club without the player’s consent. Italy must change. / [Agree 7 : Disagree 14]
Comment-DARi0 * INTER FANATIC Arad, Romania / 8:56 AM Aug 5, 2010: “Moratti assured me that he was going to help me leave to Parma” – that’s exactly what happened, fool. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Sam Sweden / 9:16 AM Aug 5, 2010: I feel sorry for the guy and perhaps Inter should have said sorry and goodbye but this can happen in a blind auction. Ternana obviously were happy paying more than what Inter were. Inter were not going to pay more than they thought he was worth. He now must talk to Ternana about his future. They are the ones who want him so much, maybe he has to prove he is good enough to warrent a decent fee. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: While following Balotelli’s Transfer-Saga, I couldn’t help suspecting if Man-City’s Italian Manager Mancini’s management style came from his days at Inter. I may be wrong, of course. Time will tell, of course.)

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

(JIWON: Along with this article, I was supposed to post interesting opinions from the comment section. After suffering a huge headache, this section was moved into…)

Please check
🙂 P.S.4: Dear Rossoneri, Do You Want Owner Berlusconi To Be Fooled By The Agent Of “Spending Spree Club”? Do You Want “Brat/Baby” Balotelli To Peacefully Join His Italian Home? Let’s Make It A National Issue (Aug 15, 2010)
PART-?a: Who Is Responsible For The Zlatan Debacle?
PART-?b: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Who? Agent?
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.
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”.
PART-?e: Just In Case… WORKING… Let’s Make A National Issue.

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

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

(Updated on AUGUST 15, 2010)

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🙂 P.S.4: Dear Rossoneri, Do You Want Owner Berlusconi To Be Fooled By The Agent Of “Spending Spree Club”? Do You Want “Brat/Baby” Balotelli To Peacefully Join His Italian Home? Let’s Make It A National Issue (Aug 15, 2010)

(JIWON: May I sum up the comment section?)

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-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-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-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-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-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]

(JIWON: What I feel funny is that THIS AGENT has learnt NOTHING from this computer work.)

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

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

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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.

(On JULY 30, 2010) – Computer Work

(JIWON: Creating this part, but with NO information provided. I never planned to make this section a hot-item. It was going to be short, simple as well… until Man-City’s Italian Manager Mancini humorously reacted.)

(On JULY 30, 2010) – TRANSFER SAGA… plus humorous-or-mysterious happenings

Manchester City Offer Inter Robinho As Part Of Mario Balotelli Deal – Report Jul 31, 2010 / By Goal

(Updated on AUGUST 4, 2010)

Ronaldinho Considers Manchester City Move As Milan Falter Over New Deal – Report Apr 20, 2010
(…) As a result, the Brazilian is now reconsidering reported interest from Manchester City, who would guarantee him the wages he is currently earning at Milan. (…)

AC Milan eye Manchester City flop Robinho as Ronaldinho replacement – report Jul 9, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Milan would have to beat Besiktas, Bayern Munich and Valencia to Robinho’s signature. (…)

Man City snub £16.7m offer for Robinho Jul 8, 2010 / By soccernet.espn.go.com
(…) A well placed source told Soccernet: “Having paid €42 million (£34m), Manchester City would like to recoup €35 million (£29m), but so far have only had the one offer of €20 million (£16.7m) from Besiktas. “Robinho has been linked with Barcelona but there is little interest from Barca in signing him now, and City’s problem is that they cannot keep on loaning a player who cost them so much.”

Robinho hopes to stay in Brazil Jul 29, 2010 / By Sportbox
Unwanted and unhappy Robinho heads back to Manchester City from Santos ‎ Jul 29, 2010 / By Guardian
Robinho begs Manchester City to let him quit ‎ Jul 29, 2010 / By sify.com
City may leave £32.5m Robinho out of squad ‎ Jul 29, 2010 / By Independent

(JIWON: No sooner had Inter’s former employee Mancini showed a comical reaction than I realized something more. It was while I was preparing another posting…)

🙂 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 6-15, 2010)

(JIWON: Isn’t this interesting? There is something more, of course.)

Manchester City Offer Inter Robinho As Part Of Mario Balotelli Deal – Report Jul 31, 2010 / By Goal
Inter Striker Warns Manchester City Target Mario Balotelli To ‘Sort His Head Out’ Aug 1, 2010 / By Goal
Inter Striker: I’ll Be More Satisfied Now Jose Mourinho Has Left Aug 2, 2010 / By Goal

David Silva signing means Striker-X may leave Manchester City Jul 14, 2010 / By guardian.co.uk
(…) That leaves Striker-X facing a decision about whether to stay and fight for his place, having effectively won a similar battle with Robinho, or leave a club where he is not expected to feature prominently. If the latter is the case, (…)

Robinho can go if Inter release Balotelli Jul 19, 2010 / By menmedia.co.uk
Talkbacks for this article 115
Comment-Evan Georgiou (19/07/2010 at 09:14): One comment-why do the press actually fiddle around when quoting people’s salaries…. why can’t they just be accurate or report zero….. I have always read that Robi earns 160k per week…. now I read 130k per week…. it makes a huge difference especially when the press are now saying Yaya earns 220k per week and Silva earns 160k per week….. as a fan I want to know that the best earners in my City team are in fact the best performers….. therefore if Tev’s earns more than the rest I would understand…. THEY SHOULD BE PAID ACCORDING TO THEIR PERFORMANCES….

(JIWON: I feel that there will be interesting happenings at Inter, which brilliant squad didn’t need Manchester Duo’s wishful striker as a main playmaker. As far as I know, Brazilian Robinho’s clubbing clearly differs from Brazilian Ronaldinho’s clubbing. Especially at Milan. Don’t they? Please imagine their different dancing.

Therefore, I suddenly lost my interest in this part. I cancel my original plan. There will be NO further posting in this part.)

P.S.: – This part will be deleted tomorrow.

South Korean Fans Irate As Lionel Messi Will Not Play In Barcelona Friendly Against K-League All-Stars Aug 3, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: HA-HA-HA! I DID WATCH Z…I…!!! I WAS TOO TIRED TO WATCH THE ENTIRE GAME, THOUGH. I WAS USING A CELL-PHONE-TV, THOUGH. HA-HA-HA! I NOW KNOW THAT Z…I… WAS HAVING A HARD TIME IN MESSI’S BARCA. HA-HA-HA! CAN’T YOU STILL PICK UP WHAT HAS BEEN A FUNDEMANTAL PROBLEM WITH HIS SPANISH PERFORMANCE? HA-HA-HA! YES, Z…I… WAS A SERIE-A’S PLAYER, AND NOW, IT’S A BIT OF HEADACHE TO WATCH… LESS FUN, ANYWAY. SHOULD I CALL HIM ITALIAN OR SPANISH? HA-HA-HA! IF I WERE Z…I…, I WOULD… HA-HA-HA!)

P.S.: – This part will NOT be deleted.

Roberto Baggio: It Is A Shame Balotelli Is Moving Away From Italy Aug 4, 2010 / By Peace FM Online

(JIWON: Now, I firmly believe that if any foreign player wants to RETIRE as Italian Star, he should start his pro-career at Serie-A at the youngest age. The sooner, the better. If Robert Baggio’s reason is purely patriotic, my reason is purely technical. They are different. If you look at the present performance of “Italian Little Brat”, you know that he still has a long way to go. Bye… and Good Luck! Gosh… I really need enough sleep. Now, I feel no need to update this whole section until…)

(Updated on AUGUST 15, 2010)

Barcelona plan to gatecrash Manchester City deal with Inter for striker Mario Balotelli – report Jul 24, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona would sell Manchester City & AC Milan target Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the right price – report Jul 26, 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
Manchester City set to make £96m (€116m) move for Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – report Aug 13, 2010 / By Goal – UK

(JIWON: I’m now so sick of this dirty business that I decide NOT to delete my previous writing. Perhaps, I should also post the end of Robinho’s Transfer Saga.)

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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?

(Updated on JULY 29, 2010)

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1. In England, foreign football players can’t earn as much as they do in other clubs. Think of TAX. Italian Balotelli earns… in pounds. How much is equivalent
2. become dumb… less risk.

Transfer market holds its breath for a call from Manchester City Jul 17, 2010 / By telegraph.co.uk
(…) Across Europe the transfer market is moribund – one chief executive of a leading European club said he had never seen anything like it. The middle ranking English clubs are cutting their cloth and, with the weakness of the pound and the increase in income tax, they cannot get the foreign players in as they used to.
Spain and France have also been hit by an increase in tax rates as the state stops indulging football clubs. French clubs have had their budgets rejected by their financial controller for excessive optimism in projected player sales. French football used to bring in about €250 million in transfer fees every season. Those days are done. (…)

Calcio Debate: Has Serie A Overtaken The Premier League Again As English Sides Struggle In Manchester City’s Summer Transfer Window? Jul 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Jake Singapore / 12:21 PM Jul 28, 2010: In England the tax is way higher than compared to italy or spain. Hence as a player i would rather go to serie A or la liga for a good salary and a better chance to flaunt my skills compared to EPL which is more physical and less technical. / [Agree 37 : Disagree 8]

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Manchester City Agree £24 Million Fee With Inter For Mario Balotelli – Report Jul 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-welcome welcome / 11:47 AM Jul 27, 2010: dont worry he can’t speak english, so he will be calm ^^ / [Agree 38 : Disagree 2]

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Inter Striker Mario Balotelli Stays In United States Citing Passport Issues Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal
Balotelli did not travel with his team-mates to Toronto, Canada … Balotelli allegedly lost his travel documents, meaning he could not exit the US, play the match and then re-enter the country prior to the Nerazzurri’s next encounter. Instead, the 19-year-old has remained in the US, and will meet up with the rest of the side when they return to face MLS outfit FC Dallas later this week.
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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]

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Balotelli Admits: I Can’t Control My Temper Jul 31, 2010 / By

Inter striker Mario Balotelli passes school exams, may disappoint Manchester Duo to stay in Italy for further study (Jul 14, 2010)
Balotelli is ‘having second thoughts’ about leaving Inter for Manchester City Jul 21, 2010 / By dailymail.co.uk
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Manchester City Target Mario Balotelli Admits To Suffering From Homesickness Aug 1, 2010 / By Goal
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Inter striker Mario Balotelli has admitted to suffering from homesickness, casting doubt over his potential switch to English Premier League side Manchester City.
The Eastlands club have been pursuing the 19-year old, with coach Roberto Mancini stating his admiration for the young forward, and the transfer speculation over a possible move refuses to cease.
Talks continue between the parties involved, but Balotelli has stated in publication Vanity Fair that he would find it difficult to leave Italy.
He said, “I don’t like being alone. I can’t imagine being far from my family, in another city.”
Also in the interview, Balotelli discussed his notoriously fiery temperament, and accepts that on occasion he can tend to lose control.
He commented, “Sometimes on the field my head leads me astray. I have no problems with self-control. I have never hurt anyone, and have never reacted violently.
“I tried to correct my behaviour for two or three weeks, but I could not take it anymore. I got bored. I am a boy, not a grown man, but I will become one. I always want to become the centre of attention, that’s how I am and others don’t like it.”
Balotelli also remarked on the persistent media attention he receives, and admits he is baffled as to why he gets so much attention.
He added, “Whatever I do, people always talk about me. They keep at it non-stop. Balotelli here, Balotelli there. Why?
“Even if I don’t behave as I should, this still doesn’t explain why so many people have something against me.”

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