P.S.5: Dear “Spending Spree Club”, Whether Or Not Your Generous Foreign Owner Or Spanish Government Leads “Football Inflation” Is Perfectly OK. However, Respect The International Rules, Please, When You Want To Get Rid Of Your Unwanted Players

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 6, 2010)

Typhoon Kompasu suspends SKorean flights, subway, kills 3 Sep 2, 2010 / By gazettetimes.com
[Webtoon] Typhoon Kompasu & Destruction of South Korean World Cup Stadium Roof Sep 5, 2010 / By Goal – Korean

(JIWON: I’m not sure if I can resume this computer work this week. Blame Typhoon Kompasu, please. Did it kill three? Hundred of thousands got injured. Meanwhile, I happened to find another humorous Korean nickname for “The Duck.” It was like “Kid Breadwinner.” More interestingly, they interpreted his tangled private life in a different way… perhaps because of this reason. They didn’t put this kid into the same category as EPL’s chaotic(?) guys. Hence, I wanted to know if this nickname was found in regular comment section.)

Milan Star Alexandre Pato Does Not Fear Competing Against Robinho & Zlatan Ibrahimovic For First Team Places Sep 4, 2010 / By Goal
Comment-shayor Nigeria / 6:49 AM Sep 5, 2010: Pato u are milan’s hero when there was nobody u were there for us and we love u FORZA Pato / [Agree 17 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Gbese Pato For Greatness / 7:14 PM Sep 4, 2010: I would definitely fly to Italy and protest if Pato shd ever be benched for any other reason than Injury!!! Cmon, we are all excited bcos of the new arrivals bt Pato has been our saviour since Kaka left despite being injured. He is our present and future star and I seriously suspect he wud surpass even Ronaldo(real), provided he is given playing time. Forza Pato!!! Forza MILAN!!! / [Agree 36 : Disagree 3]
Comment-acmilan4 world / 3:35 AM Sep 5, 2010: out of no where Milan fans are appearing!!! where were you last season?? we dont need fakers so do us a favor and go somewhere else!!!! i hate fakers that have like 4 teams!!! MY HEART IS ONLY MILAN!!! LEAVE FAKERS!! WE DONT NEED YOU!! / [Agree 29 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: Ha-Ha-Ha! Forza Pato!!! Forza MILAN!!!)

Milan Star Alexandre Pato Does Not Fear Competing Against Robinho & Zlatan Ibrahimovic For First Team Places Sep 4, 2010 / By Goal
Comment-jo u.s. / 7:20 PM Sep 4, 2010: only time i would ever like to see Pato or Ronaldinho on the bench is so they can be rested and for squad rotation so they do not get injured. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Maaz Canada / 7:31 PM Sep 4, 2010: Dont fret, Pato wont be competing with anyone. Although I do think its a good idea for Pato to be benched from time to time as its just not a good idea to give him 90 minutes every game. He plays at a very high intensity and needs to managed properly at this age, lest injury becomes the highlight of his career in the future. Right now its important to let Pato know he doesnt have to go all out as there are others to cover his back. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]
Comment-bahamasfooty bahamas / 9:16 PM Sep 4, 2010: it is possible to field all of them and maintain Milans 4-3-3 system. So pato honestly shouldn’t worry maybe for the first few games to get the players adjusted to the playstyle, Ibrahimovic has played Italian Football and knows how it works so he should slip right in, I think robinho will be coming off the bench for a few games then Allegri will field all of them Antonini-Silva-Nesta-Bonera Pirlo(CDM-CM) K.P Boateng(CDM-CM) Ronaldinho(CAM) Robinho – Pato (LF & RF) Ibrahimovic – CF / [Agree 37 : Disagree 0]
Comment-JAY ocho paris / 3:46 AM Sep 5, 2010: Depending on the formation, perhaps Pato should be worried, as Robinho and Ibra are superior players… Can’t wait to see how this team comes together, incredible attacking talent that rivals that of Barcelona at the moment on paper. We have to wait to see on field results. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 7]
Comment-Kaki Gentel KL / 8:10 AM Sep 5, 2010: Most of you here are right. For as long as Pato is fully fit (and the coach’s name isn’t Dunga!), he shouldn’t worry about not starting. He definitely will! After all he is Milan’s new Kaka. / [Agree 13 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Dave London / 2:43 PM Sep 5, 2010: AC Milan have an amazing attack. Pato is an excellent young star. I’ve also seen that Robinho and Ronaldinho play brilliantly together, it’s magical. Ibrahimovic is proven in Serie A which makes it their attack even more credible. I look forward to seeing them all in action. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Therefore, why doesn’t “The Duck” trust his Italian coach more, just keep working on his FIT, and think of his own future only? I now start to think that not only Berlusconi’s new coach/VICTIM Allegri’s favorite style is “Allegro”, but also he is good at “Psychology”. In my humble opinion, “The Duck” has been working hard as an adolescent head of AC-Milan’s family and taking great pride in his job as a main breadwinner. He will surely work much more energetic(!?) to prove his willingness and it may be dangerous for his FIT.)

Ronaldinho Standing Firm Over Contract Extension With Milan – Report Sep 6, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho standing his ground over AC Milan contract talks Sep 6, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Ronaldinho is determined to drive a hard bargain in new contract talks with AC Milan. Milan want Ronaldinho to take a major cut on his €8 million salary, potentially as much as 50 per cent with a €4 million-a-year offer mooted. But with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Robinho arriving on big wages, Ronie doesn’t feel inferior to either player and will have his brother and agent, Roberto de Assis, demand parity. Ronie’s current deal is inside it’s final 12 months.

Brazil Coach Mano Menezes Opens Door To Milan Star Ronaldinho Sep 6, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Ronaldinho in the national team? I am working towards World Cup 2014. Dinho is not old and won’t be for Brazil. His qualities cannot be questioned and his last season at Milan was good, but the previous two or three were poor. If he returns to being what he used to then I will call him.”

(JIWON: By the way, something is going wrong here. If not Typhoon Kompasu, this issue should have been done in my previous posting. It’s not about who is inferior to whom. It is just about the RIGHT PRICE, whether transfer fee or wage. Still, I feel weird, because I tried hard but failed to find the exact amount of Robinho’s wage at AC-Milan. Transfer fee was only an issue. Ibracadabra’s wage is not Milan’s standard, since he is presently on loan, even nor international standard. Right?

I myself came from the performer’s world and definitely believe that the player’s hard working should deserve the RIGHT PRICE. Therefore, I was always curious whenever Dinho was there.)

1. Did he come to AC-Milan at the RIGHT price? I now find (from the Korean comment section) that this was a comical deal and Berlusconi was robbed of his wallet. How much was the RIGHT price for Barca’s loser, “Troublemaker Dinho”? How much was transfer fee? Though I didn’t post this Barcaforum, they even called this STAR-player a Cancer, when they desperately wanted to get rid of their once favorite player.
2. When is he going to answer for his POOR previous two or three seasons? What about his POOR future three or four seasons? A professional, a genius player indeed, should answer this first.
3. Only then, he is welcome to demand the RIGHT price. How much is the RIGHT price then? Who knows it better than Rossoneri? In recent days, Sir Berlusconi’s most favorite term was CONSENSUS, ho-ho.
4. If AC-Milan still can’t answer his demand, I am pretty sure that Club XYZ will want this terrific player. I promise. I will make this WAGE-stuff a definite issue and will let all those Club XYZ acknowledge “Dinho’s Brilliant Comeback”. I promise. Man-City will have to pay more. So does Barca, which has already offered him a director-job.

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(Updated on SEPTEMBER 1, 2010)

Calcio Debate: Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Move Was Magic, But Robinho Is Result Of The Popularity Going To Silvio Berlusconi’s Head Aug 31, 2010
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Alexandre Brazil / 7:51 PM Aug 31, 2010: When Robinho is happy he goes back and help the defence. Anyone who saw the friendly against USA saw that he was all over the field. Pato can play more centralised in any case, or he can even slot on Kaka’s shoes, coming from behind with his great pace. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: One of humorous comments. Let’s make him happy.)

Milan 4-0 Lecce: Rossoneri Cruise To Opening Day Win Over Giallorossi Aug 29, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Duck
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Dinho
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kuuku canada / 11:23 PM Aug 29, 2010: Ronaldinho is simply superb. Many of the young upstarts these days could learn from him! [Agree 115 : Disagree 3]

(JIWON: Finally, I found out what I needed to FINISH all these headache postings. Now, I feel no need to read more of comment section. By the way, Didn’t I write that Robinho’s Korean description was “CUTE”? More exactly, Binho was called “CUTE-ling” or darling. This term is for a Baby, of course. Please look. This Korean fan was not the only one. )

[Webtoon] AC-Milan – A Sunny Place for Youths Sep 1, 2010 / By Goal – Korean
Person1: Please… today’s Milan is too old.
Berlusconi: But… veteran players are also important. Experience shouldn’t be ignored.
Person1: Sir! The recent trend is YOUTH! Look at the Girl Idol Groups. They are getting younger and younger.
Berlusconi: Hum… that’s a good point.
Person2: … ?!? …
Berlusconi: Then… Make a swift transfer. Young-LOOKING is the first priotity!
Person2: What about SKILL? What about TALENT? ARRRRR, CH!
Media: Milan President Confirms “Intent” For Robinho
AC-Milan-Players: … bla-bla-bla …
Filippo Inzaghi (b. 1973): Hey guys, who else will take care of our youngsters if we don’t? “Old soldiers never die, They just fade away.” “Once a Milanista, always a Milanista!”
AC-Milan-Players: bla-bla-bla… (Pato looks old… Zlatan looks old…)… bla-bla-bla…
Robinho: Ha-Ha-Ha! Absolute Baby Face!!!
Filippo Inzaghi (No.9) to Dinho (No.80): So what? Born in 1980? Gonna join me?
Dinho: No-no-NO! this is just my jersey number.

(JIWON: Hope all Robinho’s teammates look YONGER until the next game, Sep 11, 2010. See ya.)
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PART-?d: Dear Spanish Government, Whether Or Not Your La-Liga Giants Value Your Favorite Star-Player As “Soccer’s Picasso” Is More Than Welcomed. However, Don’t You Think Your Unwanted Items Are More Like “Used Cars”?

(Updated on AUGUST 25, 2010)
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Manchester City forward Robinho seeking Spain or Italy move having snubbed Fenerbahce Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal – UK

(JIWON: What is happening? Weird and weird.)

(… Ibra part will be moved into another posting…)

(JIWON: To be honest, I still don’t know what will happen to Robinho’s Milan performance. And I am writing “Just In Case”. Just in case he offers the right price and diligent, healthy mentality, I think it is up to his Brazilian teammates’ willingness. Sometimes, the coach needs to make his core members compete. But sometimes, the coach should let his Star-player to fully express his EGO.)

(Updated on AUGUST 30, 2010)

Silvio Berlusconi Hints At More Milan Arrivals With Robinho Of Manchester City In Mind Aug 30, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Ibracadabra … ABRACADABRA … headache (…) “If a certain player interests us and is functional to our needs then we will be ready for another hit,” Berlusconi told La Gazzetta dello Sport. Robinho has been linked with Barcelona, but with Pep Guardiola raising the barriers, Milan have been left with room to declare their interest. (…)

Manchester City Boss Roberto Mancini: Barcelona Are Also Interested In Signing Milan’s Ibrahimovic ‘Backup’ Robinho Aug 27, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona could yet move for Manchester City misfit Robinho – report Aug 30, 2010 / By Goal-UK

(JIWON: Weird is that the last article doesn’t appear in Goal.com: Barcelona-News. While Man-City’s claim always sounds mysterious…)

Manchester City To Offer Robinho Plus £16.5m For Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Ju1 6, 2010

Barcelona Coach Pep Guardiola Not Interested In Signing Manchester City Forward Robinho – Report Ju1 13, 2010

I’ll ask Manchester City to let me stay at Santos – Robinho Aug 5, 2010 / UK
Manchester City could still sign Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – report Aug 6, 2010 / UK
Manchester City set to axe Brazilian ace Robinho from Premier League squad – report Aug 8, 2010 / UK

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

OFFICIAL: Mario Balotelli Completes €30 Million Move From Inter To Manchester City Aug 13, 2010 / By Goal
Manchester City Set To Make €116m Move For Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Aug 13, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Make Approach To Loan Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Aug 16, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona Striker David Villa Insists He Can Play Alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic Aug 16, 2010 / By Goal

Barcelona Coach Pep Guardiola Looking To Replace Zlatan Ibrahimovic With Manchester City Striker Robinho Aug 17, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona Deny Potential Swoop For Manchester City’s Robinho Aug 17, 2010 / By Goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Will Leave Barcelona Only For Milan – Report Aug 18, 2010 / By Goal

Manchester City and Besiktas agree £16m deal for Robinho – report Aug 19, 2010 / By Goal-UK

Pedro: Barcelona Have The Best Forward Line In The World Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal
I Do Not Regret Bringing Zlatan Ibrahimovic To Barcelona – Pep Guardiola Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal
Manchester City forward Robinho seeking Spain or Italy move having snubbed Fenerbahce Aug 24, 2010 / / By Goal-UK
Barcelona Boss Pep Guardiola Hints At Interest In Liverpool Midfielder Javier Mascherano Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal

Milan-Ibrahimovic Latest: Barcelona Striker Ibra Asks For 24 Hours To Make Up His Mind; Robinho Backup Option After Agreeing To Join Milan Aug 26, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Aim To Bring Barcelona Forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic And Manchester City’s Robinho To San Siro – Report Aug 27, 2010 / By Goal

Manchester City Boss Roberto Mancini: Barcelona Are Also Interested In Signing Milan’s Ibrahimovic ‘Backup’ Robinho Aug 27, 2010 / By Goal

David Villa ‘Honoured’ To Play With Lionel Messi & Barcelona Aug 30, 2010 / By Goal
Goal.com 50: Lionel Messi Wins The Fans’ Vote Aug 30, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona Debutant David Villa Believes He Suits The Catalans’ Style Aug 30, 2010 / By Goal

Barcelona could yet move for Manchester City misfit Robinho – report Aug 30, 2010 / By Goal-UK

(JIWON: Please look. Doesn’t Man-City sound like a clever merchandiser?)

BREAKING NEWS: Milan To Announce Signing Of Manchester City Attacker Robinho On Tuesday – Report Aug 30, 2010 / By Goal

Man City boss Mancini reveals Santa Cruz, Robinho offers Aug 30, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Asked if there are offers on the table, the Italian replied: “For Roque and Robinho, yes, but I don’t know if they will remain with me.”

(JIWON: Then again… as always… Man-City’s Italian manager is sure of Robinho’s farewell, always hinting Barca-option. And my problem was that…)

Manchester City forward Robinho seeking Spain or Italy move having snubbed Fenerbahce Aug 24, 2010 / / By Goal-UK
Barcelona could yet move for Manchester City misfit Robinho – report Aug 30, 2010 / By Goal-UK

(JIWON: Thanks to Ibra-Transfer-Saga, I organized interesting articles at Goal.com: Barcelona-News. While doing this work, I realized that Messi always made a supporting interview whenever his team or coach was chasing a specific player. And I’ve never found Messi’s opinion on Man-City’s Robinho. And then, those TWO articles didn’t appear at Goal.com: Barcelona-News. Only Goal.com-UK: ManchesterCity-News tried to make the readers find them. Therefore, I had to start this work.)

[Goal.com] Who will replace Ibra at Barca? Aug 30, 2010 / By Goal – Korean
1. Barca’s X: 53.62%
2. Robinho from Man-City: 27.54%
3-5. XYZ from outside: 8.7% & 7.25% & 2.9%

(JIWON: As usual, I went to Korean sites, and weirdly enough, there were not much information on this player. More to surprise, this player was described as “CUTE”. That was all I could find. However, unlike Ibra’s case, I now know how to read Barcaforum: Robinho.)

http://www.barcaforum.com/showthread.php/1850-Robinho
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Comment78-HouseofFlies / 17th June 2009 03:07 PM: haha, is this robinho finally sealing his “dream” move to barcelona? but in all seriousness, robinho is a kid and with a lack of brasilian presence at barcelona… i can see him doing everything to fit in here… i would go with that option. guardiola is no fool.
Comment99-diegomessi / 17th June 2009 03:44 PM: i did not know everyone dislikes robinho so much… i am kind of amazed.. he will finally become mature if hee comes here with pep cracking the whip
Comment146-jamrock / 22nd June 2009 03:34 PM: i wouldn’t be oppose to the loan with a option to buy move, he is clearly very talented and knows the league well and will be extra motivated to success at the highest level knowing that this could be his last chance and with pep their to light a fire under his ass every time he acts up, we could get something useful out of him and if it doesn’t work out we just ship him back to Manchester
Comment151-maz / 22nd June 2009 04:54 PM: Im sure there was a lot that happened in the dressing room which we didnt hear about. Pep understands what is needed for unity in the dressing room.
Comment160-Bojan / 15th October 2009 03:39 PM: I’d like to see how we fare in the next 2 months and then decide. If Bojan adapts well on the flank or Henry regains his form, we won’t be needing Robinho.

(JIWON: To my surprise, there were not much postings at Barcaforum: Robinho as in Ibra’s case. What’s more, their information was somewhat different from what I picked up from recent articles.)

1. Not AC-Milan but Barca was Robinho’s wishful team. Not Serie-A but La-Liga was his original plan.

2. Barcaforum: Robinho analyzed Man-City’s Robinho in a different way. They tried to appreciate his achievement, depiste his inconsistant performance. It was rather Man-City’s Italian manager, whose ability they questioned. Because they knew that Robinho could work well under the Italian coach.

3. Since I couldn’t read all 655 comments, I tried the last part. Then, I couldn’t believe my eyes.

http://www.barcaforum.com/showthread.php/1850-Robinho/page42
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Comment620-diegomessi / 28th February 2010 10:24 PM: Robinho didnt play today (in Santos/Brazil)… anyone know why?
Comment623-desoe / 28th February 2010 11:22 PM: Maybe Robinho didn’t feel like playing today. I guess he’s some kind of a god in Santos, deciding by himself when he wants to play, practice and boring stuff like that. Just like Adriano in Flamengo.
Comment624-diegomessi / 28th February 2010 11:23 PM: lol im thinking he is just injured they had copa do brasil in midweek… he is quite humble but i guess all you see is the media not the human being
Comment625-desoe / 28th February 2010 11:24 PM: All I know about Robinho is that he wants to finish his career at City.
Comment626-diegomessi / 28th February 2010 11:24 PM: hahaha yea just trying to plz the fans
Comment627-Bojan / 3rd March 2010 09:16 PM: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Comment633-blueduck / 3rd March 2010 05:35 PM: Pep loves him and he has the final say.
Comment634-Plip / 3rd March 2010 05:40 PM: Why would Pep take a player in when clearly others object the move and have discussed the issue through and out?
Comment640-barca96 / 27th June 2010 07:44 AM: city will offer us robinho for a mere 22million euros. thats quite a steal for me. i hated him but he has a good wc so far. cant go wrong to see him at lw
Comment644-antonnn.Australia / 27th June 2010 07:44 AM: So glad we didn’t end up getting him! LOL! Thank you Manchester City!
Comment644-diegomessi / 28th June 2010 11:34 AM: buy him and swap him for ozil lol (im got a bit of ozil fever today…)
Comment646-barca96 / 13th July 2010 07:29 AM: Pep apparently said NO once again to robinho lol.
Comment648-AzaR / 27th August 2010 05:06 AM: Just saw Mancini say in a press conference on SSN that we are interested. Hoperfully this isn’t true.
Comment649-NimAraya / 27th August 2010 05:12 AM: Symbol of Mercenaries. A Clown out of the Circus. A Monkey fell off the tree. Zlatan will be like the God of Loyality compare to him. Pathetic! Just Pathetic!!
Comment651-G.J / 27th August 2010 11:37 AM: If Ibra leaves I hope we get him. We can sell him to Milan in the next Gamper.
Comment652-Estel / 27th August 2010 11:38 AM: yeah sure… by taking another 10 million loss!!
Comment653-NimAraya / 27th August 2010 12:01 PM: Only if you want another overrated trouble in the team.
Comment654-diegomessi / 27th August 2010 12:04 PM: I think robinho is quite good.. he plays a diff kinda role for brasil now.. always coming and looking for the ball and linking/distributing I think he could be okay for Barca.. him and dani alves would be best buds and have fun.. but having said that we def dont need him. and Pedro can do the job just as good
Comment655-stokebarca / 27th August 2010 02:56 PM: Robinho, please no!

(JIWON: Please look. Isn’t that interesting? The more Man-City does media-play, the less Barcaforum: Robinho were willing to accept Man-City’s generous offer.)

http://www.barcaforum.com/showthread.php/1850-Robinho
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Comment66-adil_909.USA / 17th June 2009 01:37 PM: robinho in barca colors would just look strange…

(JIWON: This issue, again. Ha-Ha-Ha!)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Delighted With Debut Win Against Lecce Aug 29, 2010 / By Goal
Milan 4-0 Lecce: Rossoneri Cruise To Opening Day Win Over Giallorossi Aug 29, 2010
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Duck
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Dinho

BREAKING NEWS: Milan To Announce Signing Of Manchester City Attacker Robinho On Tuesday – Report Aug 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-MeoCao VN / 12:13 PM Aug 30, 2010: With Ro-Ro tandem AC can launch a very PROFITABLE NIGHT CLUB BUSINESS / [Agree 87 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Toni Canada / 12:21 PM Aug 30, 2010: I have mixed emotions right now. the first is great excitement-something not felt since the champions league win in 07 but at the same time im a little worried what may happen to the dressing room with all these players who want first team. the club run like a family could be headed for a ego clash… fingers crossed this is true n things go well! / [Agree 23 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Super milan fan Bham / 12:25 PM Aug 30, 2010: This is just too good to be true…. However, i really hope KPB, Ibra and robinho (If he joins) do good and get signed permanently by the end of the year… / [Agree 55 : Disagree 1]
Comment-durban blue moon south africa / 12:28 PM Aug 30, 2010: are all these happy people milan fans or city fans? / [Agree 108 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Anyway, Not only I am too tired to finish this part tonight, but also I feel NO need to finish this until Man-City’s Italian manager has a final say.)

Mancini reveals Italy job desire Aug 19, 2010 / By espn.co.uk
Mancini: I would quit City for Italy Aug 19, 2010 / By mirrorfootball.co.uk

Manchester City Transfer News And Rumours: City Agree To Not To Sell Balotelli To AC Milan Aug 16, 2010 / By cradlebay.co.uk
Manchester City have agreed not to sell Mario Balotelli to AC Milan. The bizarre clause has been inserted into the £24 million transfer agreement that saw the 20-year-old striker move to City from Inter Milan. Inter have insisted on the clause as they don’t want City to sell him to their cross-town rivals. The clause has been agreed to by City although it may come as a minor blow to boyhood AC Milan supporter Mario Balotelli.

Manchester City pay Craig Bellamy £2.5m to join Cardiff Aug 17, 2010
(…) As City took their summer spending to around £126m by completing their protracted £26m move for James Milner, Bellamy sealed his shock season-long loan to Championship club Cardiff. The controversial Wales striker, 31, will continue to earn the £85,000 a week he was paid at City and Sportsmail understands his new club will pay only around £35,000 of that, leaving the Premier League big spenders to pick up the £50,000 weekly shortfall (…) City’s generosity shows how keen manager Roberto Mancini was to remove Bellamy from his playing staff, but he was equally determined not to allow him to join a Premier League rival. (…) But rival Championship clubs were left questioning the fairness of City’s £50,000-a-week ‘gift’ to Cardiff after the two clubs signed a confidentiality clause preventing details of the deal becoming public. (…)

(JIWON: With this generous deal, there was a sudden change in Man-City players’ attitude, including this controversial Wales striker. After finding Barcaforum: Robinho, I now think there is no reason Mancini can’t handle this Brazilian Ego. If the Man-City’s Itlian manager can train Balotelli in the healthiest way, why not Brazilian Robinho? This competition will be better for both Mancini’s Balotelli and Mancini’s Robinho. And everybody knows that Robinho will play rotation man if he joins Barca.

Therefore, I will finish this part after checking Mancini’s final say. I know everything is up to Signore Mancini, rather than Robinho. If Robinho joins Berlusconi’s AC-Milan, I am going to introduce “Collective Punishment for Samba Trio” in case their frequent clubbing destroys anything AC-Milan. Whether football business or jersey business or night-club business, I am determined to make Berlusconi’s AC-Milan a profitable company and headquarters of Italian tourism. First of all, I don’t think it’s fair for AC-Milan’s Owner and Supporters not to enjoy Brazilian Erotic Lap Dance at San Siro while “Samba Trio” keeps enjoying themselves and keeps losing the game.)

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PART-?a: JUST WORKING…

(Updated on AUGUST 29, 2010) – draft… I might not post part of it.

Milan Will Hit The Jackpot If They Sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic From Barcelona – Luciano Moggi Aug 27, 2010 / By Goal

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani: We Will Invite Inter Fans To Celebrate Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Arrival From Barcelona Aug 27, 2010 / By Goal

Allegri excited working with new AC Milan signing Ibrahimovic Aug 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: Hello, Signore Moggi. Hello, Uncle Fester, I simply can’t understand what’s going on here. My dearest jolly Italians, Is it really a time to celebrate? In my humble opinion, it’s the most time to worry a lot, ponder a bit, and think of how to use ABRACADABRA to Ibracadabra’s questionable physique.

I am very tired now… couldn’t make a good sleep last night… therefore… to put it simply,)

1. So… what the hell has happened? Wasn’t the transfer fee supposed to be €40m with his wage…? It’s been a decade since I did this work. This is how I used to work for Daniel Barenboim. This is how Barenboim used to fix all his professional problems. And finally, all the music lovers joined me. Everybody joined me. Even part of naïve fans of this German whore, Waltraud Meier, wanted to support this computer work. Their only reason was to go to the live performance and taste a real version of classical music. I wrote all the details… about how to establish the top-rated professional orchestra. And then, Barenboim cared nothing. This human being just dedicated his everything to those human trashes. Now, how do they sound like? How do the entire Berlin ensembles sound like? Funny is that nowadays, Vienna Phil members sound like Gidon Kremer. Do they sit like fiddler Kremer and bow like fiddler Kremer? Or do they want to sound like fiddler Kremer? In any case, their string section now sounds like fiddler Kremer. And then I can imagine how much Barenboim’s Angels, their dirty, oily, dark, heavy, and dead sound can receive a warm applause, whenever they appear as a soloist and whenever those same members and the same audience are sick of this string sounds. Is this why those comical Berlin orchestras are getting even worse? Just funny…

2. Couple of days ago, I happened to find Korean sites, in which Ibra’s characteristic was described as Acrobatic performance.

(JIWON: It was after I found Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Taekwondo Pass. By then, I was so surprised at this terrific performance and found some more stuffs about his younger days. Though there was a huge difference between his now and then, this information, “Acrobatic Ibracadabra”, was still OK until…)

Milan Will Hit The Jackpot If They Sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic From Barcelona – Luciano Moggi Aug 27, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Ibrahimovic is a phenonmenal player, scares defences, no-one can get close to him. I followed him on the pitch, not through dvds which is what Inter did. His only defect is that sometimes he enjoys himself too much when on the ball. With Ibrahimovic Milan will be like Inter, and the Nerazzurri will be scared of them. (…)

(JIWON: Suddenly, I realized something more. Yes, this performance looked very weird. Now, I know why it looked so weird.)

http://www.bebo.com/Profile.jsp?MemberId=386562795
(…) Ibra … Self-critical and instinctive, with great character and a slightly rebellious nature, Zlatan is an agile and acrobatic player despite his tall frame (…)

(JIWON: With this keyword, “Acrobatic”, there were lots of interesting information. And then, some more curiosity. I frequently read that this player is LAZY or SLOW. Something-agile was never a word to analyze his performance in recent days in ALL the comment-section. I myself thought so. But his younger performances just surprised me. Ibracadabra was agile.)

I Do Not Regret Bringing Zlatan Ibrahimovic To Barcelona – Pep Guardiola Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic: I Want To Play With Milan’s Ronaldinho, I Haven’t Spoken To Pep Guardiola For Six Months Aug 25, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: I think both are right. I don’t think the Barca coach is lying on this issue. Think of his price, please. Though the Spanish case or price should be treated as very unique, any coach is under a huge pressure to win. By the same token, I can promise that Ibracadabra worked real hard, harder than ever to shine at his wishful team, Barcelona. Therefore, I am now suspecting if the coach couldn’t trust his acrobatic performance any more and his major characteristics simply haven’t worked in his Spanish team since… If my analysis is right, it is clear that he’s been losing his unique physique since…)

Milan’s Ibrahimovic swoop sparks mixed reactions Aug 29, 2010 / By timesofindia
(…) Inter president Massimo Moratti has said he is surprised by Ibrahimovic’s move, even if the Swede once played for big rivals Juventus too. Milan fans will simply hope Ibrahimovic does not go the way of the last former Inter striker they purchased. Brazilian Ronaldo was a shadow of his former Inter self when Milan signed him from Real and he was quickly shown the door after serious injury.

http://www.barcaforum.com/showthread.php/271-Zlatan-Ibrahimović/page667
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Comment9992-IbraFTW / 12th May 2010 05:48 PM: I watched all his goals in 2008/09 this morning. He even scored one or two headers About 50% of them were shots from the edge of the box or bit further from goal – something he never did in Barca. A few solo runs into the box, couple of freekicks, few acrobatics and a few tap-ins. Generally, many of them in some way resemble his goals against Arsenal. Although everyone noticed he’s slowing the game down in Barca, the opposite is also true – Barca is slowing him down. It’s different kind of speed… Entire team is a bit slow, in a sense that instead of quick counter attack when given opportunity, Barca often try to do short passes, even if they go in ‘wrong’ direction. Defenders then have enough time to consolidate, so basically entire opponent’s team is playing defense. OMG! I just realized… We are creating THE BUS!
Comment9995-silky_soccer.Scotland / 12th May 2010 08:02 PM: Depends on what you want from your striker really, if you want him to score in nearly every big game he plays in, Get 30 odd goals and work his ass off, Eto’o is your man. If you want a magic moment, more physical play, less goals but more assists, Ibrais your man. I prefer the 1st, othrs will prefer Ibra. Individually its Ibra, for Barca its Eto’o, I think thats the most important factor in this whole swap thing, we got a better player, lost the perfect striker for us…. (“What is Lionel Messi? He scores goals, but hes not a striker. He creates goals, But hes not a winger. There is no Footballing term for what Lionel Messi is.” – Clive Tydsley – ITV)
Comment9996-maxan10 / 12th May 2010 08:06 PM: Well one is an opportunistic type of striker and the latter a target man really.
Comment9998-SeloBarca.Sweden / 12th May 2010 08:20 PM: nicely put, and unfortunately i dont think zlatan is capable of adjusting his playstyle that dramaticly to fit barcas playstyle. barcelona doesnt need another assist guy (aka another dimension), barca needs an agile, fast on his feets, gap running striker like Eto’o. Zlatans playstyle works better in the slower italian league
Comment9999-Teflonic.Stockholm / 12th May 2010 08:54 PM: The reason Zlatan doesn’t play well in Barca is simple. He is the kind of player that needs alot of contact with the ball, he needs to feel he is allowed to fail over and over but still get fed more balls to work with. In Barca, Xavi gives Messi the ball 90% of the time, and if Zlatan fails two times Messi gets 99% of the balls. Messi is amazing and he should get alot of balls, but if Barca wants to use Zlatan it should be more like 60% to Messi and 40% to zlatan. All players that create magic on the field have one thing in common, they are all trusted to fail and still get many new chances to create their magic. Zlatan was Inters Messi, he was their go to guy, that’s why he was so good. If Zlatan keeps getting five passes each game he will continue to be nervous and worthless. Bojan is working great because he is happy with only getting one chance each game, Zlatan is not. The simple road for Barca would be to continue using Bojan or buy Villa. Everything would be like with Etoo. Barca would be really really great but with nothing new. The tougher solution would be to really try and integrate Zlatan, something that if successful could raise Barca to a new level. It’s hard to change something that’s not yet broken, but if you don’t evolve someone will eventually take your place as the best team in the world. Zlatan is also being used like he was Etoo 2.0. Zlatan and Etoo are so completely different, you can’t just change player without changing they way you use the player, that’s like replacing Peter Crouch with Messi and keep going for long balls that Messi should head down to teammates. I would use Zlatan in a free roll behind a striker(Bojan or Villa), I believe that could work really well for Barca.
Comment10004-10Rivaldo / 12th May 2010 11:02 PM: Hey I never said I wanted him out, just stating that he’s been pretty useless this season compared to his other ones + the fact that he has a huge price tag on him… 🙂
Comment10005-maxan10 / 12th May 2010 11:08 PM: yeah 🙂 i know what you mean, my views aren’t that different from yours, ibra’s has an history for slow starts in a new club, his first year was fairly poor with Inter, infact his first season with Barca was better than his first with Inter, and it took him 2 years to get a fairly consistent season with inter, I think given he stays next season we may see the best of him, if stats are something to go by.
Comment10006-16130 / From 12th May to 29th Aug 2010: bla-bla-bla
Comment16130-silky_soccer.Scotland / 29th Aug 2010 01:05 PM: Milan are going to be the slowest team in History with Dinho and Ibra in the Same team… 🙂

(JIWON: Isn’t that interesting? Had I found this forum earlier, I didn’t have to waste so much time to analyze THIS AGENT, whose big mouth just makes me hate his client. I just knew that this poor STAR-player will suffer more and more in this Spanish team. And I wanted to respect his ego and didn’t want to write all the threatening details whenever this agent played foul game. But just like Daniel Barenboim, this agent made me write and write all the negative FACTS about Ibra… and what a miserable time this STAR player has had in Spain.)

Barcelona hit out at Ibrahimovic’s agent
(…) He made a strong start to life at Camp Nou, netting in his first four league games and scoring the winner against Barca’s arch-rivals Real Madrid, but his form dipped later in the season and he was troubled by thigh and calf injuries. (…)

Acrobatics: Building Core Strength Apr 7, 2010 / By homeofpoi.com
(…) There is different type of musculation … The stretching is your assurance into acrobatics, if your are flexible your have less chances to injure yourself. Dynamical muscles is a combination of strength and flexibility to have enough amplitude to do the acrobatics. There is also different kind of training for different kind of practice. Handstadn needs a good upper body strength and flexibility. aerials acrobatic needs to have very good impulsive thighs. (…)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taekwondo
(…) Taekwondo is known for its emphasis on kicking techniques, which distinguishes it from martial arts such as karate or southern styles of kung fu. (…)

(JIWON: Of course, this is not my real issue. Everybody knows that I can’t write all the details in this public place. Everybody knows that Ibracadabra boasts terrific core muscles. Anyway, I promise that Signore Moggi and Uncle Fester should check Ibra’s younger performances and should think of how to RE-arrange all his tiny-tiny muscles around this body’s CORE. They need to use Abracadabra as quickly as possible, since Ibracadabra is now probably more than expected about his Milan performance.)

Milan’s Ibrahimovic swoop sparks mixed reactions Aug 29, 2010 / By timesofindia
(…) “All of us at Milan have to thank Silvio Berlusconi for the economic force he has put into the deal,” Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani told reporters on announcing the transfer. Milan were losing 70 million euros a year before selling Kaka to Real Madrid in the last close season for 67 million. Millionaire tycoon Berlusconi said such losses were unacceptable in times of austerity and at first allowed just a free transfer and low-key loans in this transfer window (…)

Core Training and Sexual Health Apr 19, 2010 / By amazines.com
The body’s core — which includes the abdominal, lower back, pelvis, and hip area — is considered the most vital part of the body. The core is where the body’s center of gravity is located and this is where force production and movement begins. The muscles in this area work in harmony to provide stability to the body to bring force, power, and stability from the legs to the upper and vice versa. Many of the body’s core muscles cannot be seen because they are hidden underneath the other muscles. According to health experts, a strong core makes it easier to do physical activities, even the most strenuous routines. They add that the core is very complicated and serves many important tasks that may lead to improved overall health and SEXUAL HEALTH. A developed core is essential to stability and sports performance. Martial artists need developed cores to execute difficult kicks and attacks properly. Basketball players need core strength to perform acrobatic dunks and layups. Golfers need core stability to swing properly. More importantly, core training is important because training the muscles in this area corrects postural imbalance that may lead to injuries. (…)

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🙂 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)

(JIWON: This is for Sir Berlusconi. Ha-Ha-Ha! I really hope Ibra’s boss studies this information very carefully and WHISPERS his most favorite part into his NEW player, instead of YELLING them via the media. Ho-Ho-Ho!)

http://www.barcaforum.com/showthread.php/271-Zlatan-Ibrahimović/page1074
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Comment16096-XiviMessiGirl.USA / 29th Aug 2010 10:38 AM: 🙂 This is AC Milan website’s front page right now:
Comment16098-XiviMessiGirl.USA / 29th Aug 2010 10:45 AM: Got to admit, those (jersey) colors suit him though, imo.
Comment16099-Estel / 29th Aug 2010 10:46 AM: AC Milan colors are really cool… I have Ronnie’s Milan jersey 🙂
Comment16100-Flavia / 29th Aug 2010 10:47 AM: Yeah, Zlatan looks good in milan colors.
Comment16102-shann / 29th Aug 2010 10:47 AM: The Milan derby is going to be epic.
Comment16102-IbraFTW / 29th Aug 2010 10:50 AM: 😦 …PHOTO…barca-jersey…PHOTO…) 😦

(JIWON: Please look! This is where you Milanistas should celebrate. I know this has been one BIG issue for Sir Berlusconi, ho-ho. By now, “Dolce & Gabbana” must be busy. I really hope AC-Milan become a profitable business. Let’s sell more jersey! Then, buy some more BRILLIANT players! Cheers!)

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PART-?d: Just Out Of Curiosity. Is €40M Transfer Fee The Right Price When The “Children Of A Lesser God” Meet The “Spending Spree Club,” Which Has Led “Football Inflation”? Especially The Spanish Giants, Which Used To Fuel It?

(Updated on AUGUST 27, 2010)

Milan Ready To Splash Out €40 Million For Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Aug 26, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: It is not that I want to interfere in this business. I am just curious. And I want to make this a definite issue… to prevent a next disaster, which will undoubtedly be led by all those disgusting “Children Of An Absolute God”.)

(… NO need to report previous cases on this issue…)

Goal.com Top 20 Transfers Of Summer 2010 Aug 25, 2010 / By Goal
1. David Villa from Valencia to Barcelona: €40m

Barcelona Prepare Final £40m Offer For Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas (Midfielder) – Report Jul 17, 2010

(JIWON: This is whey they buy their most coveted item. The former case sounds OK because the Spanish Giants know they should help their poor neighbor. Then, the latter has been the hottest issue in the Spanish politics.)

CSKA Moscow’s Keisuke Honda Touted As Cesc Fabregas Replacement Should He Leave Arsenal For Barcelona – Report Jul 23, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona To Turn To Werder Bremen Star Mesut Oezil If Deal For Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas Falls Through Jul 23, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: How much each of Star X’s replacement?)

A Robinho loan for 3.5 million euro Nov 3, 2009 / By totalbarca.com
The link between Barcelona and Robinho (25) will never die. Barcelona are supposedly ready to make a move to get Robinho on loan this winter for 3.5 million euro, and then pay Manchester City €35M to buy him next summer according to Catalan sports paper El Mundo Deportivo. Mark Hughes which was present in Pamplona to watch Barcelona and Osasuna have reportedly met both Joan Laporta and Txiki.

(JIWON: This is when the TWIN “Spending Spree Clubs” were fairly-or-friendly-or-whatever linked by trade.)

Manchester City and Besiktas agree £16m deal for Robinho – report Aug 19, 2010 / By Goal – UK
Robinho has reportedly agreed to join Besiktas, with the club prepared to pay Manchester City £16m(€20) up front and then £10m in future add ons. The offer means City will recoup a large part of the £32m they paid for the Brazilian, so long as his performances don’t deteriorate at the same rate as they did while he was in England. (…)

(JIWON: This is when the generous Arab owner met the “Children of a Lesser God”. Doesn’t it sound reasonable? This deal broke off… purely due to the player’s desire to prove his Italian ability. This is why I wanted to help this Brazilian mentality.)

Barcelona Vice-Presidential Candidate: It Should Be ‘So Easy’ To Sign (£29m/€35m) Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas Jun 3, 2010 / By Goal
Joan Laporta: 35m euros a fair price for Cesc Fabregas Jun 4, 2010 / By soccernet
Barcelona (former) President Laporta Defends ‘Fair’ Bid For Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas Jun 4, 2010 / By Goal
Speaking to reporters today, Laporta said: “Barça is making a considerable effort. To offer £29 million for a player like him it fits for our transfers prize. We are in negotiations and let’s see how this develops. Sometimes, this kind of operation is resolved in such a speed and sometimes, in other.”

(JIWON: Please look. This price and this claim are from the Spanish side. This deal still sounds like a headache, not because of Arsenal’s ridiculous bid but mainly because this business itself was based on the Spanish politicians’ bla-bla-bla.)

(… quite an information about Edin Kzeko… and comment section… about who is more valuable than whom…)

10 Players That AC Milan Should Sign Jul 27, 2010 / By Ivan Soldo (AC Milan Featured Columnist)
9. Edin Kzeko: This amazing striker once said that his favorite team since his childhood is AC Milan and that he was dreaming about playing for them. … The main problem is that Wolfsburg wants 40 million euros. I hope Wolfsburg will reduce THIS CRAZY PRICE and AC Milan will get this Bosnian “diamond.” He deserves to play in a bigger club and let’s hope it will be AC Milan.
10. Zlatan Ibrahimovic: (…) but the main problem is his huge price and also huge wage. He is more than welcome in Milan but he needs to reduce his salary in order to sign for Milan. (…) I just hope he will join AC Milan this summer!
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10 Questions Facing AC Milan Heading into the Serie A Season Aug 9, 2010 / By Ivan Soldo (AC Milan Featured Columnist)
4. Will AC Milan get new owners during the season? We all know Berlusconi talking about, how he spended too much money for AC Milan in the past and that he is no willing to give money for new players. (…) but the problem is how can we get rid of Berlusconi? Berlusconi still lives in the past (…)

(JIWON: They know what means CRAZY price, and then, are insulting Berlusconi. Now, I clearly know. It is not that Berlusconi is still living in the past. It is that Sir Berlusconi is a pure businessman and never wants to join this CRAZY “inflated market”.)

Barcelona striker Ibrahimovic tells agent to get him AC Milan move Jun 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Ibra has asked his agent, Mino Raiola, to engineer a move to Milan for him. New Barca president Sandro Rosell accepts he can’t find a buyer for €50 million and is now willing to flog the Swede for €35 million.

AC Milan launching €35m bid for (29yr-old) Barcelona striker Ibrahimovic May 27, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Therefore, isn’t €35 million a reasonable price? I even read the comment section’s price was lower than this. I don’t think this debate is hurting the player’s EGO, because it has nothing to do with his wage. It is… just one issue dealing with “Football Inflation”. Am I wrong?

Anyway, below is Ibrahimovic’s Transfer Sage. After organizing my favorite stuffs, I myself realized that keywords should include “Former Barcelona President”, “New Barcelona President”, “Honorary Barcelona President”, “Coach Pep”, “Spanish Dream From Arsenal”, or even “Ronaldinho”. I had to organize EVERYTHING again. Tired…)

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Barcelona Ask About Manchester City Target & Inter Striker Mario Balotelli – Report Jul 24, 2010
Luciano Moggi Tells Milan Patron Silvio Berlusconi: Spend Your Money On Buying Zlatan Ibrahimovic From Barcelona Jul 23, 2010

CSKA Moscow’s Keisuke Honda Touted As Cesc Fabregas Replacement Should He Leave Arsenal For Barcelona – Report Jul 23, 2010
There Is No Swap Deal Between Real Madrid & Barcelona For Kaka And Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Agent Jul 22, 2010
Real Madrid & Barcelona In Zlatan Ibrahimovic/Kaka Swap Deal – Report Jul 22, 2010
Zlatan Ibrahimovic To Snub Manchester City And Stay At Barcelona – Agent Jul 21, 2010

We Really Want To See Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas At Barcelona – Pep Guardiola Jul 19, 2010
Barcelona Prepare Final £40m Offer For Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas (Midfielder) – Report Jul 17, 2010
Barcelona’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Tired Of Transfer Rumours Jul 16, 2010
Barcelona Will Not ‘Go Crazy’ To Sign Cesc Fabregas From Arsenal – President Sandro Rosell Jul 16, 2010
Barcelona President Sandro Rosell Forced To Delete Names From Transfer Shortlist – Report Jul 16, 2010
Barcelona Have €50m Available To Buy Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas Jul 15, 2010
Arsenal Captain Cesc Fabregas Remains Tight-Lipped Over Barcelona Switch
Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Can Only Join Milan If He Accepts A Pay Cut – Ernesto Bronzetti Jul 15, 2010
Barcelona To Take Measures To Quell Financial Debt – Report Jul 15, 2010
Barcelona Secure €155 Million Credit Loan Jul 14, 2010
OFFICIAL: Barcelona Coach Pep Guardiola Extends Contract Jul 14, 2010

Ronaldinho Out, Barcelona’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic In At Milan – Report Jul 14, 2010
The Blagrana have told Milan that Ibrahimovic, admired by Adriano Galliani and Massimiliano Allegri, will cost them €40 million. It’s no secret Milan face a summer of retrenchment, but selling Ronaldinho to Flamengo, who are desperate to sign him, the Rossoneri will earn €20 million – enough to start serious talks for ‘Ibra’.
The Sweden hitman has been told by his club he is no longer needed by Pep Guardiola, leaving his agent Mino Raiola to find new dwellings for him. Raiola has been speaking with Milan over Felipe Mattioni, one of his clients, but he is also enthusing the club with the ‘Ibra’ idea

Barcelona Forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Agent To Travel Next Week For Manchester City & Manchester United Talks – Report Ju1 13, 2010
Barcelona Coach Pep Guardiola Not Interested In Signing Manchester City Forward Robinho – Report Ju1 13, 2010
Ronaldinho Switch To Flamengo Will Pave Milan’s Way To Barcelona Ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Ju1 12, 2010
Johan Cruyff Labels Honorary Barcelona Presidency Saga As Ridiculous Ju1 12, 2010
Arsenal Boss Arsene Wenger Refuses Meeting With Barcelona Offcials Over Cesc Fabregas Transfer – Report Ju1 12, 2010

(… WORLD CUP… 11 June – 11 July…)

Chelsea Will Not Sign Barcelona’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Or Real Madrid’s Kaka – Carlo Ancelotti Ju1 10, 2010
Barcelona Want Milan’s Alexandre Pato In Part-Exchange For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Ju1 10, 2010
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani Gets To Work As Barcelona Name Zlatan Ibrahimovic Price – Report Ju1 9, 2010
Barcelona Resigned To Selling Manchester City Target Zlatan Ibrahimovic To Fund Move For Arsenal Skipper Cesc Fabregas – Report Ju1 9, 2010
Barcelona Want Nigel de Jong To Be Included In Manchester City’s Offer For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Ju1 8, 2010

Cash Crisis Could See Barcelona Being Unable To Sign Arsenal Skipper Cesc Fabregas Or Liverpool’s Javier Mascherano – Report Jul 8, 2010
Disappointed Dmytro Chygrynskiy Aiming To Prove Barcelona President Sandro Rosell Wrong Jul 8, 2010
Barcelona Unable To Pay Players Last Month’s Wages Jul 7, 2010
Barcelona President Sandro Rosell Confirms €150 Million Credit Extension Ju1 6, 2010
New Barcelona President Sandro Rosell: We Will Not Pay £50m For Cesc Fabregas Ju1 6, 2010
Manchester City To Offer Robinho Plus £16.5m For Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Ju1 6, 2010

Barcelona Ready To Turn To Arjen Robben If Bid For Arsenal Star Cesc Fabregas Fails – Report Ju1 6, 2010
Manchester City Make Yaya Toure The Highest-Paid Premier League Player In History – Report Ju1 4, 2010
Arsenal Captain Cesc Fabregas Is Dreaming Of Barcelona Move – Gerard Pique Ju1 4, 2010
Barcelona Coach Pep Guardiola Agrees New Deal With Sandro Rosell – Report Ju1 2, 2010
Johan Cruyff Resigns As Honorary President Of Barcelona Ju1 2, 2010
Barcelona Will Not ‘Go Crazy’ To Sign Arsenal Captain Cesc Fabregas This Summer – President Sandro Rosell Ju1 2, 2010
OFFICIAL: Barcelona Appoint Andoni Zubizarreta As New Technical Director Ju1 2, 2010
New Barcelona President Sandro Rosell To Personally Oversee Negotiations For Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas – Report Ju1 1, 2010
Agent Reiterates That Zlatan Ibrahimovic Will Not Leave Barcelona Ju1 1, 2010
Barcelona Honorary President Johan Cruyff: It Will Not Be Easy For Sandro Rosell To Match Joan Laporta’s Successes Ju1 1, 2010
New Barcelona President Sandro Rosell: I Promise You, We Will Be At The Top
Spanish Inquisition: What Legacy Does Joan Laporta Leave At Barcelona?
Sandro Rosell Has Officially Taken Over As Barcelona President Ju1 1, 2010
Barcelona Target Cesc Fabregas Hints That He Could Remain With Arsenal Ju1 1, 2010

Barcelona’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Unlikely To Join Milan – Agent Jun 29, 2010
Manchester City To Make Stunning £100m Triple Swoop For Yaya Toure, David Silva & Edin Dzeko – Report Jun 29, 2010

Sevilla President Jose Maria Del Nido Demands ‘Fair’ Distribution Of TV Rights Jun 29, 2010
Barcelona Honorary President Johan Cruyff: I Called Sandro Rosell, But He Did Not Answer The Phone Jun 28, 2010
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Not Enough To Tempt Liverpool Into Barcelona Swap Deal For Fernando Torres – Report Jun 24, 2010

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi Hints At Big Signing, Reports Claim It’s Barcelona’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Jun 23, 2010
Manchester City Boss Roberto Mancini: Barcelona’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is “The Best Striker In Europe” Jun 23, 2010
Silvio Berlusconi Rules Out Milan Sale, Adriano Galliani Tells Barcelona’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic There’s No Room At The Inn Jun 22, 2010
Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has sent a clear message that his club is not for sale, while Adriano Galliani has said the transfer market is open for business, but not for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The Rossoneri have been marked for sale by reports in Italy with Arab investors ready to generate a mega takeover. However, Berlusconi has said Milan are not short for money, and thus no sale is necessary. “First you would have to see if there is someone really passionate about Milan ready to invest €50 million per annum like my family has done every year,” he told Oggi magazine. “Then, Milan is the club that has won the most trophies in the world, more than Bernabeu’s Real Madrid. Thanks to Milan I am the most successful club president in the history of football.”
Galliani says the times of major spending are gone, leaving little room for Ibrahimovic. “Ibrahimovic? Impossible. He costs too much. Plus the financial system in Spain is better,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “In Spain there is a more favourable tax regime. Barcelona pays a lower [tax] than an Italian team. So it is impossible he could return to Italy. It’s not conceivable that he would reduce his salary.”
There is a chance for Luis Fabiano though. “Will Luis Fabiano play for Milan? I hope so. I spoke to him last year, but the move didn’t happen. He has impressed me the most at the World Cup,” he concluded. “He could be the new purchase, but if he doesn’t leave [Sevilla] then he can’t arrive.”
Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Asks Agent To Help Him Join Milan – Report Jun 21, 2010
Moving to Milan poses a big financial question for the Italians, whose answer is too little to match the player’s €9 million per annum wage demands. Milan would only be able to offer a maximum of €4m wages, leaving Ibrahimovic to ponder taking an unlikely pay cut.

Barcelona Chief Joan Laporta Insists Arsenal Will ‘Give In’ In Cesc Fabregas Saga Jun 21, 2010
Luciano Moggi Tells Milan To Buy Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Jun 18, 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) – Zlatan 시작…

Barcelona Want To Swap Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic For Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas – Report Jun 17, 2010
Barcelona To Swap Zlatan Ibrahimovic For Either Milan’s Alexandre Pato, Manchester City’s Robinho Or Liverpool Hitman Fernando Torres – Report Jun 16, 2010

Outgoing Barcelona President Joan Laporta: Talks To Sign Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas On Standby Jun 15, 2010
Outgoing Barcelona President Joan Laporta: Sale Of Yaya Toure To Premier League Club Very Advanced Jun 15, 2010
Barcelona Join Race For Liverpool Captain Steven Gerrard – Report Jun 15, 2010
Barcelona Set To Step Up Pursuit Of Liverpool Star Fernando Torres – Report Jun 15, 2010
New Barcelona President Sandro Rosell Vows To Continue Pursuit Of Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas Jun 14, 2010
Sandro Rosell Elected Barcelona President Jun 13, 2010

(… WORLD CUP… 11 June – 11 July…)

🙂 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-6a: AC-Milan Only Have €30M To Spend Compared To Inter’s €100M. While UEFA Sets New Rules, This Business Has Been One Of Favorite Subjects Of “La Voce dei Rossoneri”.

Barcelona General Manager Joan Oliver Insists Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is Not For Sale Jun 12, 2010
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Was A ‘Big Failure’ At Barcelona & Will Transfer To Manchester City – Hristo Stoichkov(?) Jun 10, 2010

Arsenal To Demand €72 Million For Cesc Fabregas Transfer To Barcelona – Report Jun 7, 2010
Manchester City To Include Robinho In Offer For Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Jun 7, 2010

Barcelona Presidential Candidate Sandro Rosell: I Refuse To Pay £60m For Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas Jun 5, 2010
Joan Laporta: 35m euros a fair price for Cesc Fabregas Jun 4, 2010 / By soccernet
Barcelona President Joan Laporta Defends ‘Fair’ Bid For Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas; Finally Admits Yaya Toure Will Leave Jun 4, 2010
Speaking to reporters today, Laporta said: “Barça is making a considerable effort. To offer £29 million for a player like him it fits for our transfers prize. We are in negotiations and let’s see how this develops. Sometimes, this kind of operation is resolved in such a speed and sometimes, in other.”
Barcelona Vice-Presidential Candidate: It Should Be ‘So Easy’ To Sign (£29m/€35m) Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas Jun 3, 2010

Chelsea Boss Carlo Ancelotti Meets Barcelona Star Zlatan Ibrahimovic In Miami – Report Jun 3, 2010
Manchester City Target Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report Jun 3, 2010
Barcelona Preparing To Offload Zlatan Ibrahimovic And Sign Valencia’s Juan Mata – Report Jun 1, 2010

Barcelona Director General Joan Oliver Declares Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is Not For Sale May 31, 2010
Spain Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Agent Mino Raiola Slams Barcelona Coach Pep Guardiola May 30, 2010
Manchester City Pondering Swoop For Barcelona Pair Zlatan Ibrahimovic And Yaya Toure – Report May 30, 2010
England Would Be A Great Test For Zlatan Ibrahimovic, But He Is Happy With Barcelona For Now – Agent May 29, 2010
Massimo Moratti: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Can Return To Inter, Only If He Admits Leaving For Barcelona Was A Mistake May 29, 2010
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Agent Fed Up With Barcelona Exit Talk May 29, 2010

UEFA sets rules to curb clubs’ spending, impose limits on wealthy owners May 27, 2010
Berlusconi hints at youth coach assignment May 19, 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)

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PART-?d: Dear Spanish Government, Whether Or Not Your La-Liga Giants Value Your Favorite Star-Player As “Soccer’s Picasso” Is More Than Welcomed. However, Don’t You Think Your Unwanted Items Are More Like “Used Cars”?

(Updated on AUGUST 22, 2010)

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

(JIWON: Let’s start with this word, “The Right Price”.)

Will Real Madrid Be Able To Fund New Coach’s Plans? Jun 9, 2010 / By SwissRambler or BleachReport.com
(…) Florentino Perez’s spectacular return to the President’s seat at Real Madrid. … In total, Real invested a staggering €250 million in new talent (…) UEFA’s President Michel Platini was quick to condemn “these excessive transfers as representing a serious challenge to the idea of fair play and the concept of financial balance”, though the FIFA President Sepp Blatter insisted that the record deals merely emphasised the healthy state of football (under his presidency), bizarrely likening Ronaldo to a Picasso. (…) As Professor Simon Chadwick from Coventry University said, “Real Madrid are effectively injecting inflation into the transfer market. That’s a serious issue, because it’s something that football cannot afford when many clubs have major financial concerns.” (…)

Sepp Blatter: RealMadrid’s No.9 is soccer’s PICASSO, welcomes transfer Jun 13, 2009 / By mmail.com
(…) Blatter added: “We are in a very sensitive market, in an economic crisis, but football remains a fantastic product, not just to buy or sell but a product that gives people what they want — EMOTIONS. They want the stars. Ten years ago a painting from Picasso’s Blue Period was sold by Sotheby’s in London for over 100 million. And what happened to the painting? They hid it somewhere so no-one could take it away. Nobody can see it. But you can see a football player once or twice a week, he is there, he is a star. You might say it is too much, but you have to put it in context of what football in our society is worth and what other things in our society are worth.” (…)

RealMadrid’s New Coach Still Wants A New No.9 At Real Madrid Aug 20, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Soccer’s Picasso? COOL!!! When did I hear more terrific term than this one? Still, I find no problem with this description. My only problem is when they want to get rid of their useless items and resell them at THIS inflated price. Unlike Picasso’s painting, which is hidden somewhere so as not to let people see it, and therefore, which real value no one knows until someone says so, EVERYBODY’s been watching “Soccer’s Picasso” once or twice a week and they ALL know their subject’s been getting old. Furthermore, they know, too, that the player is too sensitive and rust easily by the stadium’s hot, humid, and sweaty air. Interestingly, FAFA President Blatter also mentioned EMOTIONS.)

In Premier League, Widening Gap Between Rich and Poor Aug 16, 2010 / By NYT
(…) Manchester City and Chelsea, each with teams that cost more than $235 million in transfer fees, were at the top of the list. West Bromwich, which spent $21 million, was second to last. Blackpool was rock bottom. (…)

Fans concerned over ‘football inflation’ Jul 29, 2009 / 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.” (…)

Mario Balotelli’s Agent Denies That High Wage Demands Holding Up Manchester City Deal Aug 5, 2010 / By Goal
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dvs holland / 12:36 AM Aug 6, 2010: why is it that it´s always the people with the lowest intelligence and have a job with NO RESPONSIBILITY that earn this much money? / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Isn’t this word, OBSCENE, to explain a specific EMOTION? Oh well, the Spanish situation is NEVER similar to that of the rest members of UEFA Champions League. In short, I don’t understand why those football players, who ultimately failed to prove “Soccer’s Picasso” at “Spending Spree Club,” should be sold to “Children of Lesser Gods” at the same GENUINE-or-inflated price. It’s still OK, since the public only blame those poor club owners’ inferior IQ.

What I can’t accept is that Berlusconi’s AC-Milan is always forced to pay more than TWICE; Sir Berlusconi is insulted whenever he hesitates to buy them, and then, he should frequently spend some more to repair them. Why don’t REAL ROSSONERI, if they ever exist, urge Owner Berlusconi to focus on his genuine “Soccer’s Picasso” and “Brand New Car”?)

AC Milan manager Allegri admits interest in Barcelona star Ibrahimovic Aug 22, 2010 / By soccerlens.com
(…) A return to the San Siro, albeit with the rivals of his former club, has been bandied about as of late, and Rossoneri boss Allegri confirmed today that he’s interested in Ibrahimovic, all the while attempting to play down a potential move. He said, “Ibrahimovic has always been a winner, he’s shown that and he’s (still) showing that it would be important to have him in our squad, but I (only) talk about Milan players. Right now there’s no sense in talking about Ibrahimovic’s arrival, I prefer sure things, we’ll talk about him if and when he arrives.” However, comments by club official Ariedo Braida indicate that a move for Ibrahimovic could be out of the question due to price, as he stated, “”If he’s given to us as a present we’ll take him, I like great players.”

Milan Striker Alexandre Pato To Miss Trofeo Berlusconi Clash Against Juventus With Ankle Injury Aug 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-alledeppe stoccolma / 6:42 PM Aug 18, 2010: This man will never be great because all of his injuries… every month something new… doesn’t he know how to train?? / [Agree 2 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Ikechukwu pittsburgh / 7:28 PM Aug 18, 2010: Pato, I’m praying that these injuries come to a closure. You need to stay healthy to live up to all these grand ambitions of yours (i.e., being Brazil’s first choice striker). Rooting for you mate… / [Agree 24 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Beau Los Angeles / 9:16 PM Aug 18, 2010: Pato is following in the footsteps of the real Ronaldo in that he is the best young Brazilian striker and he is prone to injury hahaha / [Agree 2 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Juventino earth / 9:28 PM Aug 18, 2010: Pato is made of glass, it’s a shame really. However I hope they tank Ronaldinho out as well because he always seems to get the best of the Juve defense. Forza Juve! / [Agree 13 : Disagree 3]
Comment-ilyas london / 9:52 PM Aug 18, 2010: this doesn’t come as a surprise to me. when ancelotti was in charge of milan, he used him to his strengths (speed skill tactical awareness) but ever since then all that he has done is use his speed. ronaldinho lays a ball miles ahead of him and he has to sprint his legs out to get there in time. players like these always get injured (robben, torres, owen) it is really sad because pato could be the world’s best player within the next five years but he won’t unless milan stop using his pace too much. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Dex Sydney / 1:43 AM Aug 19, 2010: Any1 who says pato is fragile is mistaken. Pato is really strong and aggressive for his age. He just takes to many risks and people like to kick him coz he moves past them like a cheetah… / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-noir7559 lyn / 2:14 AM Aug 19, 2010: juve fans here… but pato is one of the player i like to watch from milan. Its a shame he couldn’t step into action against us. But i hope our defensive unit did pay heavy attention to Dinho. Dat fella already score 5 goals in 3 matches against us.. Anyway, Forza Juve & Milan / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]

(Updated on AUGUST 25, 2010)

Milan Striker Alexandre Pato Picks Up Ankle Injury – Report Aug 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-M4E Sweden / 8:59 PM Aug 6, 2010: i hope pato get more chance in the brazil squad! / [Agree 49 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Marco Sydney / 1:20 AM Aug 7, 2010: This is why milan are in trouble…..they have a starting 11 team that can compete with any other squad in the seria a….. however, the problem is, when a class player gets injured…. they crumble…. this happened last season, with; Pato, and Nesta….. Just imagine if Pirlo gets injured, or Ronaldinho….. WE NEED SOME QUALITY REINFORCEMENTS ON THE BENCH. / [Agree 36 : Disagree 0]
Comment-semprul njowo / 2:55 AM Aug 7, 2010: looks like the new van basten with that ankle injury, wish speedy recovery / [Agree 29 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Walid Tripoli , Libya / 12:26 PM Aug 7, 2010: He does not know how to protect himself from injury, he need to learn. / [Agree 13 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Kaki Gentel KL / 8:10 AM Aug 9, 2010: Have to agree with Walid, Tripoli. Pato reminds me of the great R9Ronaldo. He needs to learn to protect himself better. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-arash australia / 3:36 AM Aug 9, 2010: wouldn’t be nice to see 4 realistic affordable young signings. well why not X for 5-6m, why not Y 7-8m, why not Z for 6-7m, why not A for 7-8m?? they’re all great players & would do very well for milan. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]

Alexandre Pato Aiming To Fight For Milan & Brazil Jersey Aug 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Gino Milanista / 2:42 AM Aug 18, 2010: “The Rossoneri are a club I will fight until the end,” This what you hear from Milan players b\c they are a FAMILY unlike many other European giants… FORZA MILAN & PATO! / [Agree 20 : Disagree 0]
Comment-JOSH ARSENAL / 2:43 AM Aug 18, 2010: fight for his place? pato could not train for 4 weeks and still rock up for a starting place in the rossenari / [Agree 14 : Disagree 1]
Comment-RED black / 2:47 AM Aug 18, 2010: enlightened by these quotes it’s apparent you’re aware, your aspirations are attainable through goals. Pato, I wish you many, many goals. It’s an honor to see a Rossoneri wear #9 for Brasil and score as you did in New Jersey.. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]
Comment-b brasil / 2:54 AM Aug 18, 2010: love you pato!~ / [Agree 12 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Pablo Mexico / 3:36 AM Aug 18, 2010: The best forward in the world WHEN FIT. Very skilled player. And he’s 20 / [Agree 18 : Disagree 1]
Comment-milan fan kuwait / 3:37 AM Aug 18, 2010: sorry to say this but this kid gets injured if he sneezes for crying out loud. we better look for a good substitute for nest season and quick. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 38]
Comment-GLEN GOA / 4:02 AM Aug 18, 2010: Pato, you are a spark in the Milan team, but your greatest fight will be TO STAY FIT and INJURY FREE as much as possible FORZA MILAN / [Agree 49 : Disagree 1]
Comment-arash australia / 4:19 AM Aug 18, 2010: amazing player thats been very unlucky with niggly injuries. if he can put those injuries past him he can be the best striker in the world and the best in serie A. his 25-30 goal per season striker if he remains injury free. / [Agree 47 : Disagree 0]
Comment-dejan10 los angeles / 4:46 AM Aug 18, 2010: If he stays free of injuries he can easily be Serie A’s top scorer. Pity we don’t still have Ronaldo to stick alongside him. That was a deadly combination, but Galliani had other ideas… / [Agree 49 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Sherif Milan / 9:38 AM Aug 18, 2010: Well said Pato that’s the spirit. / [Agree 24 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: After finishing previous work, I wanted to find some more about Alexandre Pato – The Duck. I had a feeling that THIS KID had followed this computer work since my work on his Brazilian coach Leo, and especially since my work on his Brazilian teammate Dinho. And I couldn’t stop laughing the moment… More frankly, I was struck with awe… of the mature-ness of his private life. COOL! (… there is a Korean term to explain THIS… it’s a kind of vogue word circulating among the youngsters and they never dedicate this term to ugly-male or grandpa like Berlusconi, ho-ho… of course, i read THIS in the Korean article… ha-ha…)

No sooner had I realized the mysterious identity of “Italian Brat” being a baby, who was very happy at passing (high school) exam as Blues set for mega bid (Jul 14, 2010), than I learned that THIS KID DUCK would have to work harder to earn enough money to raise his kids(?!). Isn’t this Brazilian KID soon going to celebrate his 21yr-old Birthday? Didn’t “Italian Brat” celebrate his 20yr-old Birthday just days ago… however with no goal? Hum…)

I’ll Shoot Milan Towards Success – Alexandre Pato Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “I am not 100 per cent just yet, but I am focused on working hard and will do my best because I want to take Milan towards winning everything, not on my own, but with the whole squad.” (…)

Massimiliano Allegri Will Take Milan Far – Alexandre Pato Aug 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Omar Cairo, Egypt / 6:39 PM Aug 22, 2010: Milan is going no where under berlusconi / [Agree 19 : Disagree 76]
Comment-Milanista, elsewhere / X:xx PM Aug 22, 2010: interesting comments on Allegri’s TACTICS / [Agree ?! : Disagree 0]

I’ll Shoot Milan Towards Success – Alexandre Pato Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-adi malaysia / 3:45 PM Aug 24, 2010: No.. with squad like this / [Agree 8 : Disagree 43]
Comment-Som India / 4:01 PM Aug 24, 2010: Try to avoid injuries first / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Vincenzo New York City / 5:12 PM Aug 24, 2010: Pato is not injury prone.. HE IS A KID playing against grown men who don’t want to be showed up by somebody so young. When your that good and playing in Italy your bound to get hurt. / [Agree 28 : Disagree 2]
Comment-doctor milan / 1:24 AM Aug 25, 2010: yeah, you must need work hard to heal your injury proneness.. good luck kids.. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-nunu atx / 4:07 AM Aug 25, 2010: Good but first shoot your self toward being fit…. / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Gary USA&Hungary / 5:10 AM Aug 25, 2010: You better stay fit and keep getting physically stronger! You are one of the greatest talents out there, but if you’re always injured, IT MEANS NOTHING. Good luck! FORZA MILAN / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Sakib Milan / 6:55 AM Aug 25, 2010: don’t push yourself and take the amount of rest told by your doctors and don’t try to play when you know your not 100% don’t make the same mistake as van basten he had to retire at 29 you need to be like maldini and stay with the club for your whole career / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Above is what happened (provably) after this computer work… Now, I am too tired to check comment-sections in his younger articles.

This divorce, Alexandre Pato – The Duck, interested me, because of his colorful wings despite his immature(?) age. I became curious. The more I imagine his colorful dancing at Milan’s hot nightclubs, the more question I had to ask. Simply put, his something doesn’t quite look balanced. What if this late-night club hopping or constant-or-wild partying makes the soccer-physique more vulnerable to injuries? It was my pure curiosity and everyone now knows why. I don’t think dancing muscles are compatible with the kicking or dribbling muscles unless the player himself, his physique was born a ball itself. It is as if musically-talented-female are usually lost in kitchen or knitting-room.

And I don’t think male players, wild athletes indeed, just relax, stretch, or even train his soccer muscles at Milan’s hot nightclubs. During the world cup, one of hot issues is whether or not they are allowed to have S-E-X, isn’t it?

Colorful wings could also mean colorful mentality. It could mean creative performance for any mature professionals. However… What if it is also related to more opportunity for more injuries, especially during the training session? Let’s assume that my curiosity can prove a certain theory. It could be OK when they are young. But as they get old, they could face a serious problem, physically and mentally.

It may be off the topic. Though I hardly know any player in Sir Lippi’s Italian National Team, I remember some specific names due to the NOISY comment section. If I followed their insulting/praising while using my own analytical instinct, Lippi’s choice was very interesting. Including his least favorite primadonna, I mean. It was interesting, because, strangely enough, I was able to imagine their best physical form while reading the comment section. Then, I was curious more. How much time do they need to achieve their ideal physique and its equivalent mentality? The fact was that NONE of them achieved during Lippi’s World Cup. And I know nothing about their Soccer IQ. So, I can’t predict anything about their future, ho-ho.

THIS mere curiosity led me to read Pato’s article. It was days ago and I was very tired. I only read one article, which was posted days ago. To my surprise, there was something more. The Duck Fan Club was analyzing his performance from various points of views, from mental to the technical side. Isn’t it interesting? I just hope to have some more time to create another posting, next to Dinho, JUST in case he proves his real talent and become a real LEGEND.)

🙂 Rossoneri Latin Legend: Alexandre Pato! Not A Man Of Glass-Half-Full, But A Pure Classy Striker, As A Fantastic Footballer, Lovable Husband, And Magical Grandpa, Ha-Ha-Ha! Long Live Captain Duck!

(JIWON: Please let me know if there is a better title. Please let me hope to have an opportunity to create this posting. Please.
NOTICE: I’d be too embarrassed ever to post pure flattery comments, such as…
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Alexandre Pato Aiming To Fight For Milan & Brazil Jersey Aug 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-fernando melbourne, australia / 3:20 AM Aug 18, 2010: soon the duck will become the premier striking talent in world football. fast, strong, skilful AND INTELLIGENT – he has all the tricks to become the worlds best player in the coming years. / [Agree 15 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Bob Lebanon / 11:43 PM Aug 18, 2010: Pato>Rooney>Messi&>C.Ronaldo! They’re all jokes compared to this guy right here! This boy will create magic and will complete the Elite 5: Pele, Maradona, Zizou, Ronaldo and Pato! / [Agree 7 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Anyways,
THIS is the only reason why I am reluctant to accept aging party animal into Berlusconi’s AC-Milan. My reason is NEVER that I can’t accept their frequent clubbing. I am just warring about their

It is as if most male musicians sticking around Daniel Barenboim or Barenboim’s favorite male musicians-sh*ts are functioning as a cancerous cells in the orchestra, as they get old. They are usually very diligent. Some are brainy, indeed, just like Barenboim. They look like a terrific human beings in public streets. Only on the stage, they sound like a cancer. They look like a cancer, because, as they get old, they develop a marvelous ego, which never allows REAL talents to sit around them, because their professional experience teach them how to notice superior junior. Part of them sound like a promising talent while young, simply due to their fresh physique.)

I’ll Shoot Milan Towards Success – Alexandre Pato Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Am-I-Agent/Barca?, elsewhere / X:xx PM Aug 24, 2010: countless(?) Ibra comments… sign Ibra… / [Agree ?! : Disagree 0]
Comment-Saood Tampa, USA / 4:12 PM Aug 24, 2010: The problem is not so much the scoring but the lack of a good holding midfielder in Milan. They need a pure striker upfront and not Ibra by the way. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 15]
Comment-syr malaysia / 6:52 AM Aug 25, 2010: sign robinho and form the pa-ro-ro strikeforce (pato-robinho-ronaldinho) / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Weirdly, this is also what happened after this computer work.)

Manchester City forward Robinho seeking Spain or Italy move having snubbed Fenerbahce Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal – UK

(JIWON: What is happening? Weird and weird.)

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

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Move From Barcelona To Milan Seems Impossible – Agent Aug 22, 2010
(…) Agent has received strong hints from the Blaugrana management that the Sweden international will be staying. (…)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Would Be Ideal For Milan – Carlo Ancelotti Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal
(…) And Ancelotti has told the Italian to execute a deal, revealing he almost signed him during his days on the Rossoneri bench. “When I was there I wanted him, but then the deal collapsed. I don’t know what happened. He could have done well for us.” (…)

(JIWON: Of course, I’ve been doing some work to prepare just in case. In any case, Man-City is determined to train “Italian Brat” and therefore can be the most interesting place for THIS AGENT’s another client. Please look! Man-City’s dearest rival doesn’t want him in EPL, ho-ho. So… good luck!)

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

(JIWON: However…
I still think Mr. Moggi should check his recent performance. Or both Mr. Moggi and Chelsea Boss Ancelotti are the Gold-Medalist in Imagination-Competition. They must have imagined Ibra’s fullest and quickest recovery. Hum…

When Barca was in Korea some weeks ago, everybody was surprised at watching Piggy Messi. But they weren’t surprised at Ibra’s change. They thought it was a natural happening. Since I checked this with the naïve kids, I don’t think I am reporting something false. What is interesting more is that Piggy Messi didn’t look heavy. He looked tired, but still looked agile. Whereas healthy Ibra looked heavy…. Very heavy. Is it simply because this huge physique got old, and therefore, he looks much older than Petite Piggy Messi? Perhaps.

Clearly, there will be a change in his performance once he joins AC-Milan. Sir Berlusconi and his coach/VICTIM will have to pay some more, but will be able to fix this Spanish Used Car without allowing him to realize IT. No matter how luxurious, used car can’t be The Brand New.)

Manchester United Readying Bid For €16m-Rated Werder Bremen Star Mesut Oezil – Report Aug 9, 2010 / By Goal

Mesut Oezil’s Father Reveals Deal Between Werder Bremen And Real Madrid Aug 17, 2010 / By Goal
Marca revealed that the deal between to the two parties was made shortly after the Bundesliga club had given the green light on a move to Inter, as on offer of almost €30m had been tabled by the Italian giants. “My son has always said that the only club he wanted to go to was Real Madrid. … We promised that if Bremen keep Mesut for now, next year he will join a free,” Mr. Oezil said. ”

OFFICIAL: Real Madrid Sign 21yr-old Mesut Oezil From Werder Bremen Aug 17, 2010 / By Goal
Although neither Madrid nor Werder disclosed any information about the transfer fee, reports in Spain believe that Los Blancos will pay €15 million to the German outfit.

Manchester City forward Robinho seeking Spain or Italy move having snubbed Fenerbahce Aug 24, 2010 / By Goal – UK

(JIWON: To be honest, I still don’t know what will happen to Robinho’s Milan performance. And I am writing “Just In Case”. Just in case he offers the right price and diligent, healthy mentality, I think it is up to his Brazilian teammates’ willingness.

Sometimes, the coach need to make his core members compete. But sometimes, the coach should let his Star-player to fully express his EGO.)

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(JIWON: When AC-Milan is still “Children Of Lesser Gods” and will be able to highly(?) unlikely steal any of Inter’s TITLES this year, it will be better to entertain their FANS in different ways. Please remember how they honored Berlusconi’s coach/VICTIM Leo when he functioned as Opposition Leader and what a terrific time they enjoyed whenever this Brazilian guy, who was talented in “WORDS”, made a hilarious interview.

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“Brazilian Soccer’s Picasso” and “Brand New Car Made In Italy”.
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put “Brazilian Trio” through the mill… collective punishment… money… Brazilian National Team vs. Italian National Team… win-win business…
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Still, FIAT, whose former president never care about the Italian economy and prefers the early election, is hot-item No.1 in Brazilian market. Right?

Milan To Promote Youth Team Players Rather Than Spend On Major Transfers – Reports Aug 3, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Rodney Strasser (Midfielder), Alexander Merkel, Simone Verdi and Giacomo Beretta are expected to make the step up and join the first team. (…)

Top 10 AC Milan Legends Aug 21, 2010 / bleacherreport.com, Ivan Soldo (AC Milan Featured Columnist)
1. Paolo Maldini
2. Franco Baresi
3. Gianni Rivera
4. Alessandro Costacurta
5. Andriy Shevchenko
6. Mauro Tassotti
7. Gunnar Nordahl
8. Marco Van Basten
9. Kaka
10. Cesare Maldini
11. If you liked this, you will also enjoy… AC Milan: Top 5 matches of season 2009-2010 (Aug 5, 2010)
12. If you liked this, you will also enjoy… Top 15 AC Milan players of the Last Decade (2000-2010) (Jul 28, 2010)
13. The one and only: PAOLO MALDINI
14. If you liked this, you will also enjoy… Top 10 AC Milan Legends (Aug 21, 2010)

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PART-?c: Italian Confectionery Giant Allegedly Plans To Take Over Serie-A Giants AC-Milan Until 2011, While The Italian National Team Desperately Needs “Alleanza Nazionale”.

(Updated on AUGUST 23, 2010)

Italian PM launches “Freedom Teams” to increase consensus… by spreading awareness on his government’s performance Aug 22, 2010 / By People’s Daily Online
(…) Following a rift with his former ally, House Speaker Gianfranco Fini, Berlusconi is already preparing the ground for an electoral campaign, as the country may have to face an early vote in autumn if the majority collapses. After an internal meeting with his People of Freedom party’s supporter clubs, Berlusconi announced the creation of an “ARMY” ready to manage the country’s 60,000 electoral sections and root the party on the territory, in Italy’s piazzas and streets. The “Freedom Teams” will be composed of volunteers who will travel to inform citizens on everything the government has accomplished in the past two years. An online recruitment procedure has already been launched on Facebook by Berlusconi’s fan clubs coordinators. (…)

(JIWON: Just in case…)

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🙂 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)

(JIWON: Just in case…)

Brit Pen: Will Fini finish off Berlusconi? Aug 19, 2010 / By Independent
Italian politics is like English football. (…) That’s all gone now. It’s politics and football all the same. There is no let-up. Yet Italians continue to insist, with the backing of the law, that August is a dead month. (…) Fini, as canny as he is dour, has outlasted them all. If he can survive this vacation he may yet bring the era of Berlusconi to a close. (… jiwon: i wonder how many can understand the reason of this article…)

Berlusconi faces showdown over austerity Jul 5, 2010 / By kyivpost.com
NEW ALLIANCE? Commentators say the smart and ambitious Fini, who controls about 50 seats in parliament, may be quietly preparing a “Third Way” that would pit his own alliance against whatever is left of Berlusconi’s People of Freedom coalition and the leftist opposition led by the ex-communist Democratic Party. Analysts say Fini will wait for the right moment, when Berlusconi is even weaker than he is now. His alliance would include Fini loyalists, other disaffected conservatives, a Catholic party headed by former house speaker Pierferdinando Casini, a centrist movement headed by former Rome mayor Francesco Rutelli and high-profile business leaders headed by former FIAT president Luca Cordero di Montezemolo. (…)

(JIWON: I saved the last article, because I used to think that Politician Berlusconi has been possible due to constant support from high-profile business leaders, who are just sick of so-called-communist workers’ brainlessly suicidal activities. It was, is still hard to believe why (former) FIAT president is against Berlusconi. Has “La Bella Italia” really been transforming herself into the fascist country? To be honest, I still have a hard time to tell “Bossi & Fini” apart. My further question is that I read that “Beautiful Iron Lady Emma Marcegaglia” was the most favorite of (former) FIAT president Montezemolo. My instinct tells me that this female president of Confindustria is apolitical minded and only wants to work for Italian industries. Well, I may be wrong…)

President Napolitano Says Early Elections May Hurt Growth, l’Unita Reports Aug 13, 2010 / By bloomberg.com
President Napolitano urged PM Berlusconi and Lower House Speaker Gianfranco Fini to stop attacking each other because early elections would risk undermining economic growth, (…) “In Italy there have been positive and encouraging signs recently of a recovery in manufacturing and a return to growth even though the global situation remains uncertain,” Napolitano was cited as saying. “I ask myself what the consequences for the country would be of a political vacuum and a very bitter electoral contest?” (…)

(JIWON: I agree with President Napolitano, and hate to see what is presently happening in the Italian government. In recent days, I’ve had a strange feeling that Sir Berlusconi now wants to live a clean(?) life. COOL! Let’s start a clean society. At the same time, however, I’ve been suffering from another strange feeling.)

“Berlusconi Omens: What to Do When You Know the Worst Is Coming.”

(JIWON: Early election? This is never my wish. When I wanted to work for Sir Berlusconi’s humorous brain, I just wanted to see his government finish its term in the healthiest way. Then, I want to see the Opposition Group takes over the Bankrupt Italy, Italian Cultural Institutions in particular. I want to see how they solve this fundamental problem, Italians join austerity protest, govts stand firm (Jun 25, 2010). I want to see how they solve this inevitable problem, Italian opera silenced by strikes as austerity politics clash with artistic passions (May 6, 2010) I want to know if there is really another way to save Italian culture from this disastrous situation. If Italian Leftist government really has enough money to support Italian cultural institutions, I will go for it.)

Fondazioni liriche, la Scala avverte Bondi Jul 6, 2010 / By milano.repubblica.it
(…) Gli ultimi mesi, da quando è stato approvato il 16 aprile il decreto Bondi (ora diventato legge), a Milano sono stati di fuoco con otto scioperi fatti (…) Il calcolo è di un mancato ricavo per 1,5 milioni di euro. (…)

(JIWON: I believe. By then, all those union members, whose suicidal strikes have been costing the Italian Cultural Institutions hundreds of millions of euros, will have to be fired and replaced by young, fresh, and hard-working mentality. Clearly, it’s easy to blame Berlusconi government, and they can not fire those union strikers. Then what about others’ government’s austerity politics? Italy is a country of culture. There should be no doubts. Are there really no other ways to handle this chaotic situation? Those union strikers won’t stop even if Italy is taken over by Murdoch Empire and transformed herself into the Trashbin.)

Italian PM launches “Freedom Teams” to increase consensus… by spreading awareness on his government’s performance Aug 22, 2010 / By People’s Daily Online

Early Italian election draws closer Aug 22, 2010 / By FT

“Berlusconi Omens: What to Do When You Know the Worst Is Coming.”

(JIWON: Anyway, everything will be up to the Opposition groups and their ability to unite. I care nothing.)

Report: Italian Magnate Michele Ferrero Wants Milan Feb 27, 2009 / By Goal
(…) Ferrero allegedly plans to take over the San Siro outfit within two years.

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🙂 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 – Aug ?, 2010)
🙂 Currently Working: DRAFT: Spain… Debt… WEDO… Unemployment… Politicians… (Jul 14 – ?, 2010)
PART-?a: It All Started With This Italian Troublemaker Jr.
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.

(JIWON: Whether or not this is part of Italian Confectionery Giant’s business plan, and whether or not Mr. Ferrero is actually one of “Big Shots”, this was one very interesting information. I’m suspecting if “Italian characteristics of AC-Milan Football” and “AC-Milan’s name itself” are the main reason why this Italy’s richest person wanted to take over Berlusconi’s club. One of information I found from Korean websites, “Q&A”, was that they were curious about its nationality. I myself didn’t know that it was “Made in Italy”.

I still don’t think AC-Milan will become a profitable business even if Italian Confectionery Giant and Italian Media Mogul co-run this football club. In my humble opinion, however, if Italian Confectionery Giant and Italian Media Mogul only think of Italian Characteristics and Italian Quality, their cooperation could result in win-win business… as long as they solve at least two problems. One is Berlusconi’s problem and another is my problem.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancelotti
(…) He was inheriting another recently trophyless team in Milan, as the Rossoneri had floundered domestically and in Europe since their last Scudetto victory in 1999. In his first full season, Ancelotti soon had Milan back in European competition … The following season, Ancelotti, who was heavily criticized by Silvio Berlusconi, due to his defensive tactics, was able to adopt a creative play in Milan while making several roster changes. (…)

(JIWON: Ha-Ha-Ha! It was my achievement days ago. With this humorous information, I was able to spend the entire day with a pure laughter. Oh well, Sir Berlusconi should have been the owner of La Scala and put EVERY EACH MUSIC DIRECTOR, since ToscaNoNo and Tullio Serafin through the mill. It’s been months since I studied Tullio Serafin. The more I listen to his recordings, the more…

Anyway, Please think of both Berlusconi and Ancelotti’s furious/frustrated faces. Who succeeded Signore Ancelotti as Berlusconi’s New Victim? What happened to their homosexual marriage? According to Senhor Leo, they still didn’t divorce, ho-ho. Have you ever seen a more humorous football club than this team?)

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🙂 P.S.2: Hello Rossoneri! Silvio Did Appreciate Leo! “Things Happened Because Our Relationship Was Too Strong… Like That Between Husband & Wife,” Leo Says. Too Much Knowledge, Too Many Friends, Too Much Gratitude… Therefore No Chance Of Divorce, Ha-Ha-Ha! Once A Milanista, Always A Milanista!!! (Jul 30, 2010)

(JIWON: Basically, this issue was part of my original plan. I was supposed to write… That whoever joins AC-Milan as Berlusconi’s NEW coach/VICTIM, his professional career will be blessed as long as he shares the exactly IDENTICAL viewpoint on Italian Football and the same analysis of the Star-player with his boss/DICTATOR Berlusconi. La Voce dei Rossoneri knows what means “the exactly IDENTICAL viewpoint on Italian Football and the same analysis of the Star-player”. Unlike other sports, supporters are called 12th Man.

The same goes for the co-ownership.

Whatever happens to Berlusconi and Perrero’s AC-Milan, those co-owners will have to share the exactly IDENTICAL viewpoint on the Italian football. Then, is there more football-UTOPIA than this case? No matter which and how many Star-players they buy, no matter how many trophies they win-or-lose, and no matter what happens to AC-Milan’s budget, they won’t be able to blame their business partner. They will want to share the same success or the same failure.)

Of course, if the Italian Confectionery Giant wants to turn Berlusconi’s AC-Milan into another Manchester City F.C., it will become a totally different story. In no time, the entire Serie-A will collapse. Please think of the present situation of already-empty stadium and ticket price. I don’t think any Italian business man thinks and analyzes his Italian business in the same way as the wealthy Arab or foreign owners do their European business. Now, below is my problem.)

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🙂 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-6c: ? How Many Remarkable Females Are Supporting A Giusy Achilli C-Milan? Let’s Hope “Coach Silvio” To Make Their AC-Milan A Real Headquarters Of Italian Football.
(Updated on JUNE 1, 2010)
Berlusconi è in fase ‘Ma chi me l’ha fatto fare?!’… “Per il Milan ho speso pure TROPPO! Io meglio di Bernabeu, a Madrid gli hanno intitolato uno stadio…” “Ho fatto la storia di questo club” May 28, 2010 / By Goal
Silvio Berlusconi Scotches Milan Sale Rumours. It’s heresy to question the patron’s commitment… May 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Saad Lebanon / 4:06 PM May 28, 2010: He’s got a point. Good luck try convincing Inter to name San Siro after you. If not, just kick them out. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: In this posting, I wrote…

Poor BABY Silvio… I think 50% of his crying is right, since Owner Silvio has been dedicated the Italian Prime Minister Office in his honour, and he knows better than anyone that this STADIUM is the epitome of poor construction. Then, only 25% of his howling will be heard, since his ACmilan is sharing HIS stadium with Intermilan. Poor Sir Berlusconi… Anyway, I assume that he wanted ALL his words to be remembered after checking yesterday’s work.)

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🙂 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-6g: After Watching “World Cup 2010”, I Couldn’t Agree With Sir Berlusconi More. What I Can’t Agree With “Enthusiast Silvio” Is That… Let’s Just Hope “Coach Silvio’s New Trainee” To Grow Into Another Italian Export.
(Updated on JUNE 11, 2010)
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani Underlines Need For New Stadia In Italy Jun 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Serie A Galliani non sa più come dirlo: “Se non costruiamo stadi nuovi la crisi del calcio italiano è IRREVERSIBILE” Jun 8, 2010 / By Goal
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(JIWON: In this posting, I wrote…

It’s interesting to compare international comments with the Italian one. For a while, I couldn’t understand why this kind of article should appear in this chaotic situation, especially in the middle of economic crisis.

It was on JUNE 11, 2010. Time has passed. I was too busy, too tired to finish this part. Perhaps, I should finish my original plan here.)

Unions divided over challenge to Berlusconi’s cuts Jun 13, 2010 / By FT

Italy’s debt reaches record 1.8 trln euros Jun 14, 2010 / By AFP
(…) “Fundamentally, Italy’s debt (paper) is one of the more attractive among the eurozone periphery countries,” the analyst said. Unlike Spain, Portugal, Greece and Ireland, which have all been forced to take drastic austerity measures to put their public finances in order, Italy has largely kept its budget deficit under control during the crisis. (…)

Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi to suggest Italians spend their holidays in Italy Jun 14, 2010 / By eTurboNews

Rome considers a new nightly hotel tax Jun 11, 2010 / By Budget Travel
Silvio’s ‘sensual’ voice of approval Jun 10, 2010 / By Independent
Silvio Berlusconi has come to the rescue of Italy’s recession-struck tourist industry by lending his “sensual” VOICE to a promotional campaign. The Prime Minister revealed his plan to help turn the tide for ailing hotels and travel firms in the country during an address to the Assembly of Italian Hoteliers in Rome. Mr Berlusconi agreed to appear in the video with tourism minister, Maria Vittoria Brambilla. “But last night, after the minister and I screened the commercial, I told her to take out the image and use only my VOICE, which is unmistakable as well as quite sensual,” he declared. The former cruise ship crooner then revealed the campaign’s slogan: “Stay in Italy, get to know it better, spend your money in Italy.” It wasn’t clear whether Mr Berlusconi had penned it himself. He went on to urge Italians to help state coffers by choosing home destinations rather than foreign ones for this year’s summer holidays. However, Rome hoteliers are currently smarting over news of a likely €10 (£8.30) tax on the capital’s hotel bills, which the government says is needed to fill in the gaping hole in the city’s finances. “The hotel tax will be imposed only as a last resort,” he told the meeting, before explaining that it was the legacy of former centre-left administrations that had racked up “very huge debts”. (…)

(JIWON: Another female’s name appeared. Therefore, I wanted to know more. Ministro del Turismo Michela Vittoria Brambilla?)

Interview with “La Rossa”: The Forza be with you Sep 1, 2007 / By guardian.co.uk
A beauty queen (and philosophy graduate), then a TV reporter and steel magnate, now Michela Brambilla is Silvio Berlusconi’s latest ally and the new face of rightwing Italy. (…) The Italian media have built her up as the “steel lady”, with much emphasis laid on the fact that she sleeps only a few hours a night. “I usually turn off the computer at about three and then I get up at 7.30,” she confirms. (…) As a businesswoman, she has no difficulty lashing into the tax-and-spend economic policies of Romano Prodi’s government. “I’d like to see the whole tax system reassessed.” The centre-left government’s liberalisation programme? A farce. “They are reforms that don’t touch the really important points of the economy, like energy and public services,” she says. (…)

(JIWON: Again and again, I am surprised at Berlusconi’s choice of his female partners.)

Tarting Up Italian Tourism: Michela Vittoria Brambilla, Berlusconi’s new Minister for Tourism Mar 18, 2009 / blogfromitaly.com
(…) One of her contributions towards Italy’s tourism industry so far has been a campaign promoting responsible tourism, which seems to be an attempt to dissuade Italians from sex-tourism. Italy, according to EU figures, is one of the countries which generates the highest number of sex-tourists in Europe. Other tourism related projects of Ms Brambilla’s include promoting luxury hotels with casinos in Italy, as well as trying to restart tourism in Italy’s notoriously complex south. With regard to promoting Italy as a tourist destination, Brambilla has been saying that more needs to be done to encourage people to come to Italy. In a series of press clippings on her web site, she mentions more publicity and more coordination with regard to the promotion of Italy. Marco Ferrari, creator of the Ning ‘The Italian Connection’ Social Network dedicated to all things Italian, would be one of the first to agree that Italy needs to take a much more coordinated approach to tourism. He states that there has been no joint effort on this front in Italy for over 15 years. No wonder Italy’s popularity as a holiday spot is slipping – see my Rusting Italian Tourism post.

(JIWON: Then again, I can’t help laughing at the comical face of “La Bella Italia”. This time… Italy appears as the headquarters of SEX-TOURISM. Hum…)

Report: Italian Magnate Michele Ferrero Wants Milan Feb 27, 2009 / By Goal
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Comment-alex torino / 5:34 AM Feb 27, 2009: Serie A as a whole needs investment, the financial power to compete, for the best players, EPL rejects like Risse, Baptitsta are joining Roma, AC milan are signing has beens like Beckham? and the some of the stadiums are pathetic, 30-40+ years out of date, this is why they are getting beaten by EPL clubs, and performing poorly in europe for the last few seasons. They need to address the financial & Stadia problem otherwise they will be humiliated in the europe. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Please look. This is not the first time I found this kind of comment and posted it. )

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PART-?d: Dear Spanish Government, Whether Or Not Your La-Liga Giants Value Your Favorite Star-Player As “Soccer’s Picasso” Is More Than Welcomed. However, Don’t You Think Your Unwanted Items Are More Like Used Cars?

(Updated on AUGUST 22, 2010)

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

(JIWON: Let’s start with this word, “The Right Price”.)

Will Real Madrid Be Able To Fund New Coach’s Plans? Jun 9, 2010 / By SwissRambler or BleachReport.com
(…) Florentino Perez’s spectacular return to the President’s seat at Real Madrid. … In total, Real invested a staggering €250 million in new talent (…) UEFA’s President Michel Platini was quick to condemn “these excessive transfers as representing a serious challenge to the idea of fair play and the concept of financial balance”, though the FIFA President Sepp Blatter insisted that the record deals merely emphasised the healthy state of football (under his presidency), bizarrely likening Ronaldo to a Picasso. (…) As Professor Simon Chadwick from Coventry University said, “Real Madrid are effectively injecting inflation into the transfer market. That’s a serious issue, because it’s something that football cannot afford when many clubs have major financial concerns.” (…)

Sepp Blatter: RealMadrid’s No.9 is soccer’s PICASSO, welcomes transfer Jun 13, 2009 / By mmail.com
(…) Blatter added: “We are in a very sensitive market, in an economic crisis, but football remains a fantastic product, not just to buy or sell but a product that gives people what they want — EMOTIONS. They want the stars. Ten years ago a painting from Picasso’s Blue Period was sold by Sotheby’s in London for over 100 million. And what happened to the painting? They hid it somewhere so no-one could take it away. Nobody can see it. But you can see a football player once or twice a week, he is there, he is a star. You might say it is too much, but you have to put it in context of what football in our society is worth and what other things in our society are worth.” (…)

RealMadrid’s New Coach Still Wants A New No.9 At Real Madrid Aug 20, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Soccer’s Picasso? COOL!!! When did I hear more terrific term than this one? Still, I find no problem with this description. My only problem is when they want to get rid of their useless items and resell them at the inflated price. Unlike Picasso’s painting, which is hidden somewhere so as not to let people see it, and therefore, which real value no one knows until someone says so, everybody watches “Soccer’s Picasso” once or twice a week and they know their subject is becoming old and the player is too sensitive and rust easily by the stadium’s hot, humid, and sweaty air. Interestingly, FAFA President Blatter also mentioned EMOTIONS.)

In Premier League, Widening Gap Between Rich and Poor Aug 16, 2010 / By NYT
(…) Manchester City and Chelsea, each with teams that cost more than $235 million in transfer fees, were at the top of the list. West Bromwich, which spent $21 million, was second to last. Blackpool was rock bottom. (…)

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.” (…)

Mario Balotelli’s Agent Denies That High Wage Demands Holding Up Manchester City Deal Aug 5, 2010 / By Goal
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dvs holland / 12:36 AM Aug 6, 2010: why is it that it´s always the people with the lowest intelligence and have a job with NO RESPONSIBILITY that earn this much money? / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Isn’t this word, OBSCENE, to explain a specific EMOTION? Oh well, the Spanish situation is NEVER similar to that of the rest members of UEFA Champions League. In short, I don’t understand why those football players, who ultimately failed to prove “Soccer’s Picasso” at “Spending Spree Club,” should be sold to “Children of Lesser Gods” at the same GENUINE-or-inflated price. It’s still OK, since the public only blame those poor club owners’ inferior IQ.

What I can’t accept is that Berlusconi’s AC-Milan is always forced to pay more than TWICE; Sir Berlusconi is insulted whenever he hesitates to buy them, and then, he should frequently spend some more to repair them. Why don’t REAL ROSSONERI, if they ever exist, urge Owner Berlusconi to focus on his genuine “Soccer’s Picasso” and “Brand New Car”?)

AC Milan manager Allegri admits interest in Barcelona star Ibrahimovic Aug 22, 2010 / By soccerlens.com
(…) A return to the San Siro, albeit with the rivals of his former club, has been bandied about as of late, and Rossoneri boss Allegri confirmed today that he’s interested in Ibrahimovic, all the while attempting to play down a potential move. He said, “Ibrahimovic has always been a winner, he’s shown that and he’s (still) showing that it would be important to have him in our squad, but I (only) talk about Milan players. Right now there’s no sense in talking about Ibrahimovic’s arrival, I prefer sure things, we’ll talk about him if and when he arrives.” However, comments by club official Ariedo Braida indicate that a move for Ibrahimovic could be out of the question due to price, as he stated, “”If he’s given to us as a present we’ll take him, I like great players.”

Milan Striker Alexandre Pato To Miss Trofeo Berlusconi Clash Against Juventus With Ankle Injury Aug 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-alledeppe stoccolma / 6:42 PM Aug 18, 2010: This man will never be great because all of his injuries… every month something new… doesn’t he know how to train?? / [Agree 2 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Ikechukwu pittsburgh / 7:28 PM Aug 18, 2010: Pato, I’m praying that these injuries come to a closure. You need to stay healthy to live up to all these grand ambitions of yours (i.e., being Brazil’s first choice striker). Rooting for you mate… / [Agree 24 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Beau Los Angeles / 9:16 PM Aug 18, 2010: Pato is following in the footsteps of the real Ronaldo in that he is the best young Brazilian striker and he is prone to injury hahaha / [Agree 2 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Juventino earth / 9:28 PM Aug 18, 2010: Pato is made of glass, it’s a shame really. However I hope they tank Ronaldinho out as well because he always seems to get the best of the Juve defense. Forza Juve! / [Agree 13 : Disagree 3]
Comment-ilyas london / 9:52 PM Aug 18, 2010: this doesn’t come as a surprise to me. when ancelotti was in charge of milan, he used him to his strengths (speed skill tactical awareness) but ever since then all that he has done is use his speed. ronaldinho lays a ball miles ahead of him and he has to sprint his legs out to get there in time. players like these always get injured (robben, torres, owen) it is really sad because pato could be the world’s best player within the next five years but he won’t unless milan stop using his pace too much. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Dex Sydney / 1:43 AM Aug 19, 2010: Any1 who says pato is fragile is mistaken. Pato is really strong and aggressive for his age. He just takes to many risks and people like to kick him coz he moves past them like a cheetah… / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-noir7559 lyn / 2:14 AM Aug 19, 2010: juve fans here… but pato is one of the player i like to watch from milan. Its a shame he couldn’t step into action against us. But i hope our defensive unit did pay heavy attention to Dinho. Dat fella already score 5 goals in 3 matches against us.. Anyway, Forza Juve & Milan / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]

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Comment-Chamurossonero, Colombia / 9:57 PM Aug 18, 2010: I hope an stunning winning from Juventus.. yes from Juventus, So Berlusconni will understand that the team isnt Complete. We need a new and real world class player (a young one), and there’s no other than Milan can reach: Dzeko! (not Luis Fabiano or Ibra) / [Agree 21 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 1:07 AM Aug 19, 2010: Guy from Colombia, then you’re not a real Milan fan. I want a stunning defeat of Juventus like the last season games where we beat them 3-0. Ilyas, I don’t think that’s true at all. Players get injured regardless. This was more a pre-caution. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Mario Balotelli Sportcity, Rowsley St, Manchester M11 3FF / 5:42 AM Aug 20, 2010: Giancarlo, for that matter, you’re not a real Milan fan if you don’t enjoy watching The Old Lady taking it, especially from bottom feeders like Chievo and Udinese. Lately, the only memorable Juventus performances were played in the Bernabéu; Alessandro Del Piero’s no angel if he struggles to turn back the hands of time. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-noir7559 lyn / 2:14 AM Aug 19, 2010: juve fans here… but pato is one of the player i like to watch from milan. Its a shame he couldn’t step into action against us. But i hope our defensive unit did pay heavy attention to Dinho. Dat fella already score 5 goals in 3 matches against us.. Anyway, Forza Juve & Milan / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]

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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 20, 2010)
🙂 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)

(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 out ALL the comment sections on the “Italian Little Brat”, which I’ve 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. Italian Balotelli is over-rated because he is…
2. Italian Balotelli is over-rated because he is…
3. Italian Balotelli is over-rated because he is…
4. Italian 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 a foreign club, 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 finalizes 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.)

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PART-?a: How Many Facebook-Groups Are Still Working? Who Are Real Rossoneri Among Them?

(Updated on AUGUST 21, 2010)

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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 ?, 2010)
PART-?d: Someone Is Playing A Dirty Game. Whoever He Is, Berlusconi’s AC-Milan Always Becomes The Easiest Target.
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
Manchester City Set To Prepare Mega-Offer For Milan Defender Thiago Silva – 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: By now, everybody must be tired of being forced to find all the same, repeated information from this STAR-player, such as AGENT: “My Client Is… bla-bla-bla.”. It seems that this fame now attracts no more attention. At least of the supporters of “Spending Spree Club”.)

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

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s AGENT Rules Out Barcelona Exit Aug 19, 2010 / By Goal
AGENT: Barca-Coach more likely to leave Barcelona than Zlatan Ibrahimovic Aug 20, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona Coach remains tight-lipped on Zlatan Ibrahimovic future Aug 20, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: By now, everybody must be aware of You-Know-Who’s real intention. Perhaps too much. I feel no need to write more on this issue.)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Taekwondo Pass Dec 8, 2008 / By theoffside.com

Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Offers Himself To Milan – Report Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Affirms Commitment To Barcelona Aug 12, 2010 / By Goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Will Leave Barcelona Only For Milan – Report Aug 18, 2010 / By Goal

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

(JIWON: This is my side of story. Days ago, I happened to read one Korean article, in which Chinese-American Martial Arts Actor Bruce Lee was introduced as one of he or his father’s most favorites. Hum… still… no one knows that not “Martial Arts” but “Bruce Lee” was supposed to be one theme in my writing on “Italian Football”. I cancelled, though. My surprise happened days after this article, Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Offers Himself To Milan (Aug 4, 2010). This information led me to want to persuade Sir Berlusconi. No sooner had I made my mind on this issue than Manchester City set to make £96m (€116m) move for Barcelona striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. So… didn’t this AGENT start this typical business again? I promise that Berlusconi’s AC-Milan will improve more without this STAR-player. Anyway, his Spanish struggling has nothing to do with either “Taekwondo” or “Bruce Lee”.)

Five Players Manchester City Wanted To Sign But Failed To Aug 19, 2010 / By caughtoffside.com
(…) 5. Zlatan Ibrahimovic: City apparently offered the Swedish striker a crazy £96million contract this summer in order to join. After carefully studying English tax laws, Ibrahimovic decided not to show any interest in the move and vowed to stay at Barcelona, 20-time La Liga, 25-time Copa Del Rey and 3-time Champions League winners. (…)

(JIWON: So does this STAR-player, whose sole interest has become “Fame+Money”… again. Perhaps…)

Sponsors Beware: AC Milan Fans Are Boycotting You! Jul 22, 2010 / By Bleacher Report or ReRe-Milanista
Berlusconi Out – New AC Milan President, Come Save Us! Jul 25, 2010 / By Bleacher Report or ReRe-Milanista

Sports+Politics: Silvio’s Selfishness Is Breaking Hearts of ACMilan Fans Jul 21, 2010 / By Bleacher Report or ReRe-Milanista
(…) My message to Berlusconi and the management of Milan is this: don’t let the paying customers slip from your hands. Get rid of the old players who are costing you millions of euros just to warm your benches. Invest in young talent such as Pato and Kaka. Hold on to your stars and don’t sell them; they WILL bring in trophies. Do not loose the sponsorship of Fly Emirates who has put their trust in you. If they know fans of Milan are boycotting them, they will go berserk. Stop humiliating us. All the fans are united against you. I will always be a proud AC Milan fan. I am joining my voice with the hundreds of thousands of Milan fans who want to see their clubs back to its winning ways. The best club in the world must match its triumphant history with a similar present and an even better future.

(JIWON: Then what about AC-Milan Fans, who claim that they TRULY support Berlusconi’s spending “€1.1 BILLION In The Past 25 Years”?)

Berlusconi Out – New AC Milan President, Come Save Us! Jul 25, 2010 / By Bleacher Report or ReRe-Milanista
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ReRe Milanista: Join our facebook group against Berlusconi and get news upto date about things related to the club.. It’s called ‎FACEBOOK: AC Milan Revølutiøŋ : Berlusconi it’s time to spend or leave!. News are mostly in English so it will be suitable for you 🙂

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FACEBOOK: AC Milan Revølutiøŋ : Berlusconi it’s time to spend or leave! 3,897 members until Aug 21, 2010

(JIWON: By the way… There were TWO FACEBOOK groups in my previous posting. I only reported one of them, though, due to all these unexpected happenings. Are these the same groups?)

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🙂 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)
Berlusconi Gets Booed by Milan Fans Demanding Wins May 16, 2010 / By Businessweek
(…) “He’s transforming AC Milan into the most ridiculous team of Europe,” according to disgruntled supporters who set up a blog called “Berlusconi, Get Out of AC Milan” on Facebook Inc. The site attracted more than 25,000 members since it was formed April 27. (…)

Tifosi milanisti in SUBBUGLIO, di certo non aiuta lo scambio tra EX che si sta delineando con la Lazio… Monta sul web la protesta dei supporters rossoneri contro la proprietà Jun 2, 2010 / By Goal
(…)L’iniziativa parte da quel manipolo di dissidenti che ha già raccolto quasi 27.000 adesioni fondando un grup¬po su Facebook titolato: <>. Que¬sta presa di posizione, che proviene da sostenitori non legati al tifo organizzato, idealmente si salda alla con¬testazione a Silvio Berlusco¬ni, inscenata dalla Curva Sud prima e durante la sfida con la Juventus. <>, il messaggio scritto su un enorme stri¬scione esposto prima del via e salutato dall’applauso del resto di San Siro. Un’esibi¬zione che ha provocato la reazione stizzita del Cavalie¬re, che nei giorni scorso si è sfogato dicendo: “Ma come, con tutto quel¬lo che ho fatto vincere al Mi¬lan in questi anni. A Santia¬go Bernabeu, che ha conqui¬stato meno trofei di me, han¬no intitolato uno stadio. Allo¬ra a me cosa dovrebbero intitolare?”.

(JIWON: How come I can’t find this FACEBOOK group called <>???)

FACEBOOK: BERLUSCONI VIA DAL MILAN! MANIFESTAZIONE IN VIA TURATI! 29,206 members until Aug 21, 2010
FACEBOOK: AZIONARIATO POPOLARE AC MILAN 3.029 membri until Aug 21, 2010
FACEBOOK: BERLUSCONI VIA DAL MILAN?? NOI CI CREDIAMO GRAZIE A SQUINZI/FERRERO 100 members until Aug 21, 2010

(JIWON: Therefore, this FACEBOOK group, Berlusconi, Get Out of AC Milan, has attracted 4,000 more members since May 16, 2010. How many FACEBOOK groups are still working… to get rid of “Old Screw Silvio,” who has spent “€1.1 BILLION In 25 Years”? I care nothing. I now believe that Sir Berlusconi had better sell this f*cking club to the wealthiest Arab so that this brainlessly stupid fan-club or so-called MILANISTA or ROSSONERI should follow the comical fate of Manchester City F.C..)

Report: Italian Magnate Michele Ferrero Wants Milan Feb 27, 2009 / By Goal
(…) Ferrero allegedly plans to take over the San Siro outfit within two years.

Report: Italian Magnate Michele Ferrero Wants Milan Feb 27, 2009 / By Goal
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Comment-milanista Skopje Macedonia / 8:18 AM Feb 27, 2009: this guy soon will die because he is 83 years old. If you buy Milan then no chocolates for you, they can be deadly ! / [Agree 0 : Disagree 28]
Comment-frank germany / 4:49 AM Feb 27, 2009: Berlusconi will go so the Media behind Milan ( ? ) , imagine a Milan without the Power of the Media on their side, maybe there will be controversial like the game against Cagliari with 3 false offside decisions and a foul before the goal. Milan are and will be victims. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 3]
Comment-maki rossonero serbia / 5:08 AM Feb 27, 2009: If Milan goes in someone else hands it could be the end of AC Milan we all started to support… Personally I don’t like this. I am a fan for 15 years and I seen everything, from CL trophy’s to 11 place in serie A but Milan always had something special… and I am afraid that may be gone if Silvio sell the club… however FORZA MILAN PER SIEMPRE!!! / [Agree 14 : Disagree 0]
Comment-alex torino / 5:34 AM Feb 27, 2009: Serie A as a whole needs investment, the financial power to compete, for the best players, EPL rejects like Risse, Baptitsta are joining Roma, AC milan are signing has beens like Beckham? and the some of the stadiums are pathetic, 30-40+ years out of date, this is why they are getting beaten by EPL clubs, and performing poorly in europe for the last few seasons. They need to address the financial & Stadia problem otherwise they will be humiliated in the europe. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Jan Netherlands / 7:17 AM Feb 27, 2009: Think about Parma and how they went down.. you can’t trust a business men / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Ace The winner London / 7:55 AM Feb 27, 2009: money wise it would be perfect, but if the ownership changes milans family like tradition might be changed. / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Luis Ecuador / 9:09 AM Feb 27, 2009: Not defending Berlusconi but just planting the benefit of the doubt. If you follow Italian soccer you know the importance and effect it has on Italian society. Just look at how big calciopoli was. If he were to be actively & publicly showing his interest in the team one could think there is a conflict of interest, not to mention that the Italian people would feel that he is more worried about Milan than the country he is running. It’d be crazy for him to be demonstrating his influence on the tea / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Vijay Trinidad / 10:48 AM Feb 27, 2009: As far as I know Berlusconi has been a Milan fan since childhood, so I am sure it has been a great source of pride for him to take Milan to the heights it has attained in the last 23 years. I hope that Ferrero is also a MILANISTA because he will put his heart and soul and not just MONEY! / [Agree 21 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Gary USA & Hungary / 1:19 AM Feb 28, 2009: Berlusconi seems to have lost interest in the club, so selling it would be OK, especially to another Italian. The only problem is that the guy is 83 years old. How long is he going to be around? But at least I will know that whenever I eat Ferrero chocolate or TicTac, I am supporting the club 🙂 FORZA MILAN / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Meanwhile, I finally found out this Italian name, Michele Ferrero. According to the article, Ferrero has allegedly been planning to take over the San Siro outfit since 2009 and his plan should be finished before 2011. If this businessman is still busy at this project, what is his real reason? Everybody knows that this is NEVER a profitable business. Has A.S. Roma found a new owner? According to updated information, this football club is now estimated at half of its original(?) value. I’m just curious how this NEW owner, if Italian as reported, will be able to make it a profitable business. So far, I’ve failed to find the case, especially from the English Premier League. Especially in case of Report: Italian Magnate Michele Ferrero Wants Milan, The NEW AC-Milan will have no option but to join the “Spending Spree Clubs”, playing right next to Manchester City F.C..)

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PART-?a: The Agent Of “Spending Spree Club” Starts Its Typical Business Again. By Now, The Fan-Clubs Elsewhere Ought To Be Busy, If They Are The Real Rossoneri. If They Really Want Sir Berlusconi To Buy Their Favorite Star-Player… At The Right Price.

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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]

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-thinker thinkers / 10:35 AM Jul 29, 2010: the first mistake that balotelli did is appointed an money orientation THIS AGENT… that agent did pay respect to the club that his player belongs to… interista love matrix because he put his hearts to the club…salute / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]
Comment-StreetBrotherS Kosovo / 10:36 AM Jul 29, 2010: success for the two clubs and the player it is an agreement to earn more money and Inter with 50% of them could bring the balotelit replacement / [Agree 12 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Dzole Macedonia / 10:44 AM Jul 29, 2010: Well said Matrix. Inter can buy someone much better than Balotelli for half of the money they’ll get for him. FORZA INTER!!!!!!!!! / [Agree 25 : Disagree 4]

Calcio Debate: Is A Switch From Inter To Manchester City The Right Move For Mario Balotelli, Roberto Mancini And Italy Or The Right Move For Mino Raiola? Jul 20, 2010 / By Goal
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sakriya nepal / 4:17 PM Jul 20, 2010
dont know if its good for mario but its certainly good for inter / 9 ; 4

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-Pauksi Fairfax, VA / 7:03 PM Apr 30, 2010: hey guys, take it easy on Raiola, we bagged 45 mil on Ibra deal because of this guy. Who knows? he might bring another buyer bankrolling Inter this coming summer too. He takes his cut & Inter will make most of it. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

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Mesut Oezil’s Father Reveals Deal Between Werder Bremen And Real Madrid
Marca revealed that the deal between to the two parties was made shortly after the Bundesliga club had given the green light on a move to Inter, as on offer of almost €30m had been tabled by the Italian giants. “My son has always said that the only club he wanted to go to was Real Madrid. … We promised that if Bremen keep Mesut for now, next year he will join a free,” Mr. Oezil said. ”

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Manchester City Midfielder Patrick Vieira Excited By Mario Balotelli’s Possible Move From Inter To Eastlands Aug 9, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-sergi Jordan / 8:37 AM Aug 10, 2010: it’s strange when a team appears all of a sudden on the screen like Man city did, but what is stranger is that they want buy a player who ain’t worth a dime like super mario, already did with Veira, adebayor and lots of others for millions of money then everybody wonders why the prices go up instead of down. if dirt were dollars case. and Inter milan wants to buy Rossi from villareal in his place that’s what i call real investment. a player instead of nothing. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]

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Losing game that Chelsea can’t afford to play Aug 13, 2010 / By Stefan Szymanski
Seven years after acquiring Chelsea Football Club, Roman Abramovich’s financial commitment to the club (…) LONG-TERM DEBT (…) but the current squad is starting to age. … Fan discussion groups are blogging anxiously this summer about the apparent lack of any significant transfer activity. (…) Where else can the club find new income sources? (…)

Comment: Manchester City – The Fading Stars Of Football Aug 20, 2010 / By Goal – India
(…) The latest rumour I’ve heard – some of the ‘top’ teams in Europe (I won’t tell you who) have kept aside a reported £10 million of their annual budget for development of alternate energy sources. They’ve realized that they need to give back to society and try as hard as they can to control pollution and global warming. And stop Manchester City.
With the global demand for oil just making Sheikh Mansour and his friends richer and richer, there seems to be no stopping Manchester City’s ridiculous spending. I wonder how long it’ll be before they can buy their way to the premier league title.
They have permanently damaged the transfer market by inflating it to almost unbelievable levels and in doing so have gone against those that make the beautiful game as it is – players and fans.
Fans are the backbone of the beautiful game. They are the reason (apart from the obvious financial incentives) that players come out on the field to play. Their cheers and their chants wake the sleeping dragons inside the players and give them the motivation and urge required to bring out the best in them.
However the arrival of City’s new owners has made only Manchester City fans happy. Fans of almost every other club just want to see them crash and burn for no reason at all, which is very unhealthy for a football club. (…)

Top 10 things that are a bigger rip-off than James Milner’s transfer to Manchester City Aug 20, 2010 / By Goal – UK
6) English Football Tickets: With tickets available for Serie A games from as little as €10 (£8.2) and Bundesliga entrance costing an average of little over €15 (£12.3), most Premier League clubs charge a small fortune, with Chelsea and Arsenal season tickets generally coming in at well over €1000 (£820). Meanwhile, even a trip to Championship Watford would set you back around €40 (£32) a match. You are guaranteed safety inside the stadium, but the atmosphere in the stands is about as exhilarating as a snail race.

In Premier League, Widening Gap Between Rich and Poor Aug 16, 2010
Manchester City and Chelsea, each with teams that cost more than $235 million in transfer fees, were at the top of the list. West Bromwich, which spent $21 million, was second to last. Blackpool was rock bottom.

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Comment: Manchester City – The Fading Stars Of Football Aug 20, 2010 / By Goal – India
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Chinaman Mumbai / 10:42 AM 20-Aug-2010
Rubbish article… When Sir Alex spent millions in the market everyone applauded… when Abram did the same everyone was shocked…. its City’s turn…. Its true you cant buy a title but it helps…. Since City is a smaller club the only way they can get big names is through cash…. & they have the best squad of 25 in the BPL!!! / [Agree 5 : Disagree 13]
bopanna Bangalore / 11:40 AM 20-Aug-2010
Shitty article…I dont see a purpose to retort to a biased article like this. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 11]
Citizen Heath / 4:52 PM 20-Aug-2010
Extremely unfair comments by the authors. Look at Arsenal… they endorse talent and youth…5 years = not a single cup! (major) Man City have taken the other route. How dare you say it’s wrong. I can bet your lives that 5 years will yield to more trophies a club like Liverpool or Arsenal can ever win. And Para #6 – Arsenal are ‘NOT’ a big club. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 12]

Rohan India / 5:44 PM 20-Aug-2010
A great article. The authors have covered almost every place where man city are going wrong. @Citizen: Although I’m a Manchester United fan, Arsenal definitely count as a big club. I don’t hate City or anything, but arsenal were for many years the only competition United had. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]
yash(not the author) india / 9:08 PM 20-Aug-2010
@Citizen: get off your imaginary high horse…. the only reason people even take City seriously is because they have money. They are still to achieve ANYTHING!! and pls city fans are not allowed to condescend on ARSENAL! as mentioned your central midfield costs more than arsenal’s 11+7subs….. and yet we finished well above you last term…… / [Agree 3 : Disagree 0]
jigger Mumbai / 9:27 PM 20-Aug-2010
to talk about SAF’s remark bout kamikaze spending…logically it sounds right. also for mancini to say that united have spent money on players in the past is true.. well we (yes i am a united supporter) dont spend 24-30m on every player …we see.. we dont spend 100m every transfer market.. look at bellamy… how was he handled… i believe he was the best city player last season….? / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

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Milan Striker Alexandre Pato To Miss Trofeo Berlusconi Clash Against Juventus With Ankle Injury Aug 18, 2010 / By Goal
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alledeppe stoccolma / 6:42 PM Aug 18, 2010
This man will never be great because all of his injuries.. every month something new.. doesnt he know how to train?? / [Agree 2 : Disagree 1]
Ikechukwu pittsburgh / 7:28 PM Aug 18, 2010
Pato, I’m praying that these injuries come to a closure. You need to stay healthy to live up to all these grand ambitions of yours (i.e., being Brazil’s first choice striker). Rooting for you mate… / [Agree 24 : Disagree 0]
Beau Los Angeles / 9:16 PM Aug 18, 2010
Pato is following in the footsteps of the real Ronaldo in that he is the best young Brazilian striker and he is prone to injury hahaha / [Agree 2 : Disagree 4]
Juventino earth / 9:28 PM Aug 18, 2010
Pato is made of glass, it’s a shame really. However I hope they tank Ronaldinho out as well because he always seems to get the best of the Juve defense. Forza Juve! / [Agree 13 : Disagree 3]
ilyas london / 9:52 PM Aug 18, 2010
this doesn’t come as a surprise to me .when ancelotti was in charge of milan, he used him to his strengths (speed skill tactical awareness) but ever since then all that he has done is use his speed. ronaldinho lays a ball miles ahead of him and he has to sprint his legs out to get there in time. players like these always get injured (robben, torres, owen) it is really sad because pato could be the world’s best player within the next five years but he won’t unless milan stop using his pace too much. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]
Dex Sydney / 1:43 AM Aug 19, 2010
Any1 who says pato is fragile is mistaken. Pato is really strong and aggressive for his age. He just takes to many risks and people like to kick him coz he moves past them like a cheetah… / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

Chamurossonero, Colombia / 9:57 PM Aug 18, 2010
I hope an stunning winning from Juventus.. yes from Juventus, So Berlusconni will understand that the team isnt Complete. We need a new and real world class player (a young one), and there’s no other than Milan can reach: Dzeko! (not Luis Fabiano or Ibra) / [Agree 21 : Disagree 4]
Giancarlo Italy / 1:07 AM Aug 19, 2010
Guy from Colombia, then you’re not a real Milan fan. I want a stunning defeat of Juventus like the last season games where we beat them 3-0. Ilyas, I don’t think that’s true at all. Players get injured regardless. This was more a pre-caution. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 2]
Mario Balotelli Sportcity, Rowsley St, Manchester M11 3FF / 5:42 AM Aug 20, 2010
Giancarlo, for that matter, you’re not a real Milan fan if you don’t enjoy watching The Old Lady taking it, especially from bottom feeders like Chievo and Udinese. Lately, the only memorable Juventus performances were played in the Bernabéu; Alessandro Del Piero’s no angel if he struggles to turn back the hands of time. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
noir7559 lyn / 2:14 AM Aug 19, 2010
juve fans here… but pato is one of the player i like to watch from milan. Its a shame he couldn’t step into action against us. But i hope our defensive unit did pay heavy attention to Dinho. Dat fella already score 5 goals in 3 matches against us.. Anyway, Forza Juve & Milan / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]

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Milan Not Giving Up Hopes Of Signing Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Report
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Mauro Milano / 12:10 PM Aug 11, 2010
Milan who have no debts at all are not suddenly going to put themselves in debt by signing someone who earns 3 & 4 times more than Milan’s best players. / [Agree 11 : Disagree 4]
Razz Denmark / 12:54 PM Aug 11, 2010
Is sick and tired of reading about how we should much rather sign players like özil krasic Dzeko and so on… Milan is not willing to make loans to finance such players. Which on long therm could be a very good thing, because when the “financial fairplay” rules comes into play in 2012, AC could have the upper hand in comparison with Barca, Chelsea, Mun.utd etc. who have lots of debt, which will limit their participation in the transfer marked. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]

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PART-?a: Milanista Beware. You-Know-Who Will Conquer Serie-A With The Man-City’s Financial Management Skills And Lead The Italian National Team… Sooner Or Later.

Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Offers Himself To Milan – Report Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s AGENT Rules Out Barcelona Exit Aug 19, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola remains tight-lipped on Zlatan Ibrahimovic future Aug 20, 2010 / By Goal

AGENT: Barca-Coach more likely to leave Barcelona than Zlatan Ibrahimovic Aug 20, 2010 / By Goal
(…) However, his performances were criticised by the notoriously harsh Spanish media, and his Barcelona appearances may now be limited following the arrival of David Villa at the Nou Camp. However, Ibrahimovic’s agent Mino Raiola dismissed the speculation, telling RAC1, “I think it’s easier for Guardiola to go than Zlatan. Guardiola is under contract for one year and Zlatan has four years remaining, the mathematics are clear.”
Emphasizing the striker’s commitment to Barcelona, Raiola continued, “I have no doubt that the big European clubs are interested in him, but that does not mean anything because Ibra has only Barca in his head.”

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Manchester City Coach Roberto Mancini Under Pressure Aug 9, 2010
Man-Utd’s Manager Ups Pressure On Rival Manager: Man-City’s Demanding Owners Won’t Be Happy Unless… Aug 14, 2010 / By Media

Mancini reveals Italy job desire Aug 19, 2010 / By espn.co.uk
Roberto Mancini’s Manchester City revolution continued apace with the signing of X this week, but he has made it clear that his aim is to take control of the Italian national side. … The former Inter Milan boss has denied being contacted by Italy following the Azzurri’s shocking World Cup, but is determined to manage his country at some stage. “You cannot say no to the national team,” Mancini is quoted as saying in the Daily Mirror. “I would love to coach Italy one day.” Responding to speculation that he had been the target to succeed Marcello Lippi, Mancini said: “No, the Italian FA did not contact me. So I cannot tell you what my answer would have been. But sooner or later it will happen.”
Mancini: I would quit City for Italy Aug 19, 2010 / By mirrorfootball.co.uk
The Italian revealed the one job that would persuade him to abandon City would be the chance to manage his country. “You cannot say no to the national team,” he said. “I would love to coach Italy one day.” Mancini, who saw Mario Balotelli score a debut winner in the Europa League at Timisora last night, has emerged as a managerial target for Roma. He has admitted he has found it hard to settle in England and misses life in Italy. Although the Italian FA did not ask Mancini to succeed Marcello Lippi after the World Cup, the City boss said he would not be able to turn down his country.

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. We have made an important step forward, but at the table all three parties must be happy.” Raiola hinted that, while matters between Balotelli and the Blues are not completely settled, what is really holding up proceedings is disagreement between Inter and City. (…) Raiola has also indicated that Balotelli will have other options should his move to Man City be eventually called off, although he deems this unlikely. “Other clubs? There are even Italian ones interested, but Manchester City are our first choice,” claimed AGENT.

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Manchester City pay Craig Bellamy £2.5m to join Cardiff Aug 17, 2010
(…) As City took their summer spending to around £126m by completing their protracted £26m move for James Milner, Bellamy sealed his shock season-long loan to Championship club Cardiff. The controversial Wales striker, 31, will continue to earn the £85,000 a week he was paid at City and Sportsmail understands his new club will pay only around £35,000 of that, leaving the Premier League big spenders to pick up the £50,000 weekly shortfall (…) City’s generosity shows how keen manager Roberto Mancini was to remove Bellamy from his playing staff, but he was equally determined not to allow him to join a Premier League rival. (…) But rival Championship clubs were left questioning the fairness of City’s £50,000-a-week ‘gift’ to Cardiff after the two clubs signed a confidentiality clause preventing details of the deal becoming public. (…)

Bellamy… 가격… loan… Now, imagine the rest of the story. I find it interesting that the players suddenly try to express their loyalty to their manager after this happening.
City’s Hopes Are Threatened By Infighting Aug 14, 2010 / By newsoftheworld.co.uk

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PART-?a: 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.

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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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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Manchester City on a spending spree Jul 28, 2010 / By blogs.bettor.com
There is no stopping Manchester City when it comes spending some real hard cash. (…) In the nutshell, Manchester City currently dominates the market, and every premier league club has its eyes set on the high spending club. … Their activity in the transfer market has led to inflated prices for all other European clubs, leading to sparse signings elsewhere. (…)

Barcelona lose $100M (€77.1M) as gross debts mount to $716M Jul 27, 2010
Barcelona’s money problems are worse than expected, according to the Spanish champions’ financial vice-president Javier Faus. (…)
What’s Happening With Barcelona’s Finances? Aug 9, 2010 / By Bleacher Report
Just a few weeks ago, everything looked wonderful at Barcelona. (…) How can this be? What on earth is happening with Barcelona’s finances? This is mes que un loss by anyone’s standards. (…) But what is indisputable is that the increase in salaries is the logical result of their (how shall we put it?) “generous” transfer policy.
As indeed is the increase in player amortisation to €71 million, which is even higher than Real Madrid (€64 million) and a lot more than even the most profligate English club (Chelsea €59 million), though Manchester City (€47 million) might get close after their third summer spending spree in a row.
Of course, Barcelona have been no slouches in that department, splashing out around €90m last summer on bringing new players to the Camp Nou, including the unpredictable forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, (…) Enough about the P&L, what about the balance sheet? The major concern is obviously the debt,
(…) What is clear is that Barcelona need to somehow improve their financial status. The most immediate action should be to cut costs and they have plenty of scope to do this with a couple of obvious targets. They have already started the process of reducing the enormous wage bill by offloading Thierry Henry and Rafael Marquez to the New York Red Bulls and selling Chygrynskiy to Shakhtar and Yaya Toure to Manchester City. The latter two sales also provided the double whammy of bringing in €39 million of sale proceeds. There may be more to come here with Alex Hleb and Martin Caceres likely to go on loan, though it now seems unlikely that the high-earning Ibra will leave this summer.
(…) After all, if things get really desperate, they could always raise €100 million by selling Messi.
So are Barcelona going bankrupt?
No way, José.

Inter striker Mario Balotelli to cost Manchester City a mammoth £64m – report Aug 5, 2010 / By Goal – UK
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Comment-………………….. …………. / 09:39 5 Aug 2010: YEAH RIGHT!!!! What next??? Messi and Steven Gerrard to Man Utd or may be Xavi to Real Madrid for 1 million each??????!!!! / [Agree 12 : Disagree 3]

http://swissramble.blogspot.com/2010/06/will-real-madrid-be-able-to-fund.html
Will Real Madrid Be Able To Fund Mourinho’s Plans?
Jun 9, 2010 / By SwissRambler or BleachReport.com
(…) Florentino Perez’s spectacular return to the President’s seat at Real Madrid. … In total, Real invested a staggering €250 million in new talent (…) UEFA’s President, Michel Platini, was quick to condemn “these excessive transfers as representing a serious challenge to the idea of fair play and the concept of financial balance”, though the FIFA president Sepp Blatter insisted that the record deals merely emphasised the healthy state of football (under his presidency), bizarrely likening Ronaldo to a Picasso. (…) As Professor Simon Chadwick from Coventry University said, “Real Madrid are effectively injecting inflation into the transfer market. That’s a serious issue, because it’s something that football cannot afford when many clubs have major financial concerns.” (…)

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– Robinho Striker (€24m/£19m.2005->€42.5m/£32.5m.2008->£16mUPTO£32m.2010)
– Stephen Ireland Midfielder (Loan to Aston Villa) (ManCityBoy->£8m.rated.2010)
14 Roque Santa Cruz Striker (£3.5m.2007->£17m.2009->€10m/£8M.2010)

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Vladimir Weiss Midfielder (Loan to Rangers)
20 Felipe Caicedo
39 Craig Bellamy (£14m.2009->Loan to Cardiff City) (£85,000/w)
43 Alex Tchuimeni-Nimely

– Aleksandar Kolarov Defender (£16m.2010)
8 Shaun Wright-Phillips Midfielder (아랍3일전계약…poor wage…£60,000/w)
9 Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor Striker (£3m.2006->£25m.2009) (£130,000/w)
11 Adam Johnson Midfielder
17 Jerome Boateng Defender (£10.4m.2010)
16 James Milner Midfielder (£12m.2008->£26m.2010)
21 David Silva Midfielder (€30/£25m.2010) (£160,000/w)
27 Jo Striker (£18m.2008)
32 Carlos Tevez Striker (£13.7m.2005->£12.2006->(loan-£20m가치)->£47m.2009)
42 Yaya Touré Midfielder (£28m.2010)
45 Mario Barwuah Balotelli Striker (€30/£24m.2010) (£65,000/w=€3.5m/yr)

Manchester City struggling to offload striker Emmanuel Adebayor‎ Aug 1, 2010
The News of the World reports that City have made it clear that Adebayor is free to leave Eastlands, particularly if a permanent deal can be done. The player’s agents are looking at possible destinations but Adebayor’s desire to maintain his £130,000-a-week Manchester City wages are making a move difficult. Only Marseille have so far declared their interest in Adebayor, but his salary makes even a loan deal out of the question for the French champions.

Robinho pleads with Manchester City to let him leave after Santos transfer talks collapse Jul 30, 2010
The 26-year-old, who signed for £32.5M (€42.5M) in 2008, played his final loan game for the Brazilian club this week, but City have refused to extend the loan and the two clubs have not agreed on a transfer fee.
Senior figures in Manchester are desperate to not let the forward leave on the cheap and want over £20 million, but he is not on the radar of any top European clubs.

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