Rossoneri Latin Legend: 2009’s Ronaldinho Was A Rare Old Vintage, But Still Not “Original” Dinho. “Transmitting Passion And Happiness! This Is What Dinho Wants. Has He Refound His Taste For Football? That’s Only Because Rossoneri Didn’t Give Up On Him,” Says Latin Coach Leo

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > ‘Il Corriere della Grisi’… ‘No Compromise’
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PART-11: May God Bless Milanista Ronaldinho, Wherever He Goes. Once A Milanista, Always A Milanista!

(Updated on AUGUST 6, 2010) – DRAFT
(Updated on AUGUST 9, 2010)

(JIWON: Please enjoy the organized postings below.)

PART-11: May God Bless Milanista Ronaldinho, Wherever He Goes. Once A Milanista, Always A Milanista!

PART-10: Only Berlusconi Knows Why His AC-Milan Has Been Titled “Shelter For Life’s Losers” or “Retirement Pasture”. In Any Case, It Has Cost His €1.1 BILLION in 25 Years To Establish This Unique Institution! 🙂

PART-09: At The Professional Level, It Shouldn’t Be! Please Think Of Genius Enterpriser Berlusconi, Whose Lonely Nights Have Been Bothered By A Mere Thought Of His Employee’s Highest Wage.

PART-08: Red-Hot Rossoneri Forget To Rebel Against Anything-Berlusconi Only When The Foreign Star Flops. They Suddenly Become Ultra Patriotic. LOL 🙂

PART-07: Milan Gave Dinho More Than He Gave Us. We’ve Been So Patient With Him. And Now, Is He Pushing On Us By Demanding A High Wage? Won’t His Belly Become Airbag? F*CK-U!!!

PART-06: Latin Coach Leo Did Have A Dressing Room Argument With His Latin Player. The Discussion Served Him Well, Of Course. Italian Coach Allegri Is No Less Assertive. Cheers!

PART-05: “Transmitting Passion & Happiness” Is What Dinho Wants. He Should Thank AC-Milan, Who Took Him To Where He Is Today, Instead Of Giving Up On Him. Perhaps, This Is What Attracted “Italian Little Brat” Balotelli.

PART-04: Are You Saying That Ronnie Cannot Integrate Himself Into The Group? C’mon.

PART-03: 2009’s Ronaldinho Is Like Wine, Getting Better & Better With Age! Hope To See Him To Remain A World-Wide-Icon To Represent Milan.

PART-02: Good To See Ronnie Return To Form! One Of The Most Entertaining Player Of His Generation! When He Is Happy, He Is A Joy To Watch On The Football Field.

PART-01: Form Is Temporary, Class Is Eternal! Dinho Speaks Action! Once A Milanista, Always A Milanista! Long Live Gaucho!

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PART-10: Only Berlusconi Knows Why His AC-Milan Has Been Titled “Shelter For Life’s Losers” or “Retirement Pasture”. In Any Case, It Has Cost His €1.1 BILLION in 25 Years To Establish This Unique Institution! 🙂

(Updated on AUGUST 8, 2010)

Milan Protestors Jeer Silvio Berlusconi But Cheer For Ronaldinho Jul 20, 2010‎ / By Goal

(JIWON: Whenever I find this kind of happening, I feel weird. How much money, perhaps his private fortune included, Berlusconi poured into this player? Has this professional fulfilled his professional responsibility?)

AC Milan eye Manchester City flop Robinho as Ronaldinho replacement – report Jul 9, 2010 / By Goal – UK
Comment-Mile Macedonia / 09:33 10 Jul 2010: First Ibrahimovic, now Robinho. We don’t need these players especially since they are going to require higher wages than some of the younger and BETTER talent Milan could find elsewhere. Not only that but Milan need to reinforce the Midfield and Defense. I don’t understand what the management is thinking. It seems to me that once players start to decline past their prime they want to buy them, instead of concentrating on new, rising talents which every other team, but Milan, is finding. / [Agree 3 : Disagree 2]

Well-Known Agent X: Los Angeles Galaxy Is ‘Most Valid’ Option For Milan Wantaway Ronaldinho Jul 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Louis USA / 5:35 PM Jul 19, 2010: Milan has a surprising market strategy, while all other teams buy players to improve. AC Milan brilliantly weakens and ages it’s team. / [Agree 46 : Disagree 3]

LA Galaxy Lodge Bid For AC Milan Playmaker Ronaldinho – Report Aug 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-rolling eyes anywhere / 8:16 AM Aug 6, 2010: oh dear lord! is the mls actively trying to become the retirement pasture for fading football stars? / [Agree 13 : Disagree 5]
Comment-martin europe / 8:49 AM Aug 6, 2010: rolling eyes, it has been this way since late 70ies. Think of Pele, Cruijff, Beckenbauer / [Agree 6 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Then, it is also the same Milan Protestors, who Jeer Silvio Berlusconi But Cheer For Ronaldinho, that is blaming Berlusconi for making the aging AC-Milan proudly become “Shelter For Life’s Losers”. But this months-long computer work find that…)

(… too tired to find a specific article, in which Berlusconi complained that he had to sing expensive Ronaldinho-deal because the Milan fans wanted him to do…)

1. AC-Milan Fans are said to want STAR-player X.
2. AC-Milan vice president Galliani persuades Owner Berlusconi to buy X.
3. Always, Galliani is successful at this business.

(JIWON: Meanwhile, while trying to find a lost article, I found something interesting information.)

Can Milan wait for icon to deliver? Dec 15, 2009 / By sportsillustrated.cnn.com
Is Ronaldinho finally about to deliver? When the Brazilian ace was formally “presented” to the AC Milan faithful last year, he was greeted at the San Siro like some sort of all-conquering hero, wooed by pulsating samba rhythms, a firework display and a 30,000-strong crowd. Eighteen months later, those same Milan fans might be entitled to ask themselves if he was worth all the fuss.
Even no less a figure than Pier Silvio Berlusconi — son of the prime minister and the club’s owner, Silvio Berlusconi — recently criticized the club’s estimated $26 million purchase of Ronaldinho from Barcelona. “If it had been up to me, I would have gone down another, more long-term road rather than buying a player for the immediate short term,” Berlusconi junior told reporters during a TV business fair in Monte Carlo in November, in reference to “Il Dentone” (the big, toothy one).
When Brazil coach Dunga left Ronaldinho out of the squad for the World Cup qualifiers last autumn, there were those willing to speculate this was the end of the international road for him. Unconfirmed sources told us that a dejected “Dinho” was even thinking of chucking it all in. He had had enough. Dunga, meanwhile, merely urged people to leave the player alone and allow him to regain his best form.

(JIWON: Therefore, it seems that it has cost his €1.1 BILLION in 25 years to establish “Shelter For Life’s Losers” or “Retirement Pasture”, whether it was Berlusconi’s intention or not.)

Luciano Moggi Tells Milan Patron Silvio Berlusconi: Spend Your Money On Buying Zlatan Ibrahimovic From Barcelona Jul 23, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milan fan Scotland / 6:59 PM Jul 23, 2010: Best thing moggi’s ever said-“I heard what Berlusconi said about spending his €1.1 billion in 25 years of leadership, but some buys should have been avoided.” / [Agree 12 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: My only curiosity here. Who is “The Real Culprits”? What is the best way to identify “The Real Culprits”? Who knows? Sir Berlusconi could be the one.)

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PART-09: At The Professional Level, It Shouldn’t Be! Please Think Of Genius Enterpriser Berlusconi, Whose Lonely Nights Have Been Bothered By A Mere Thought Of His Employee’s Highest Wage.

(Updated on AUGUST 7, 2010)

(JIWON: Let me start with the comments below, please.)

AC Milan eye Manchester City flop Robinho as Ronaldinho replacement – report Jul 9, 2010 / By Goal – UK

A Robinho loan for €3.5M, and then sale for €35M next summer Nov 3, 2009 / By tatalbarca.com
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Comment-Fenderek 78p • 38 weeks ago: You say we have no time to take risks- Robinho IMO is a huge risk. He might be good on the field- but off it… well, it’s a different thing, isn’t it? Last thing we need is a party animal…
Comment-HieiFCB 87p • 38 weeks ago: agreed with Fenderek. both are risks. In Barca you don’t have to be only good on the pitch, but also OFF the pitch.

(… some articles are moved into the section above…)

(JIWON: Therefore, SERIE-A, especially Berlusconi’s AC-Milan, has suddenly become inferior to the Spanish Giants, BARCA, in particular, and was titled “Shelter For Life’s Losers” or “Retirement Pasture”. LOL 🙂 )

Brazilian Palmeiras Defender Excited For Ronaldinho’s Possible Arrival Aug 5, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Padilla Tampa Bay, USA / 1:09 AM Aug 6, 2010: I’m really torn on this. I love Ronaldinho, he WAS our team last year, but I think we need to move forward without him. His fitness and conditioning is a huge concern (and AT THE PROFESSIONAL LEVEL, IT SHOULDN’T BE) and his wages are rather high. By selling him for 8 million, we save around 16 million on the season. This is a very tough decision. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: May I finish this part with this comment? Poor Berlusconi…)

Milan Protestors Jeer Silvio Berlusconi But Cheer For Ronaldinho Jul 20, 2010‎ / By Goal

AC Milan Eye Manchester City Flop Robinho As Ronaldinho Replacement – Report Jul 9, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-rossoneri 4 lyf mumbai / 4:57 AM Jul 10, 2010: this is the only time to sell dinho… afterwards he won’t cost anything. / [Agree 16 : Disagree 6]

(JIWON: Then, what about this?)

Milan Chief Silvio Berlusconi To Convince Ronaldinho Into Staying – Report Jul 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Harry Brisbane / 12:12 PM Jul 20, 2010: If Milan don’t sell him then they must extend his contract. If he stays for only one more year it will cost Milan 18 million. That is 8 million for one years wages and 10 million from a possible transfer fee. 18 million for just one year is not worth it. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 0]

Ronaldinho Is Staying At Milan & A New Deal Is Possible – Agent Aug 6, 2010 / By Boal
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Comment-Ali SVK / 2:49 PM Aug 6, 2010: People should understand that if we extend his contract now for e.g. 4-years, it will rise his price later, that means he can stay here for let’s say one more year and then we can sell him for maybe even little more than he is worth now… and also if we cut his wages it would give us some space (even though it is unfair towards him, because he was our standout performer last year) / [Agree 6 : Disagree 2]

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PART-08: Red-Hot Rossoneri Forget To Rebel Against Anything-Berlusconi Only When Foreign Stars Flop. They Suddenly Become Ultra Patriotic. LOL 🙂

(Updated on AUGUST 8, 2010)

Milan Coach Leonardo Admits Dressing Room Argument With Ronaldinho Apr 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-A Naija / 1:18 PM Apr 25, 2010: I said b4 & i will say it again. 1, milan need italian coach not a brazilian scout. 2, ronnie did not deserve 2 be 2nd best paid player in seria a. 3, remove d leadership 4rm ambro & gattuso and give it to pirlo, nesta & silva. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 9]

(JIWON: After organizing all the stuffs, I now find that there is only one comment on this issue, and it was NEVER welcomed. However still, I don’t plan to delete this part nor change the title of this part. During months-long computer work, I realized that the problem of Latin football players and their problematic mentality is very similar to that of Latin musicians. And then, I am the one who has been sick of their lack of professional responsibility and ridiculous ego, which only thinks of “Fame & Money”, as much as I adore their imaginative, creative musicianship, which is the epitome of free mentality. Therefore, I will keep updating this apart, since the main reason to create this whole section was not to deal with one specific player, Ronaldinho, but rather to explain Latin players in general, who wants to grow their pro-career in Serie-A, Berlusconi’s AC-Milan in particular.)

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PART-07: Milan Gave Dinho More Than He Gave Us. We’ve Been So Patient With Him. And Now, Is He Pushing On Us By Demanding A High Wage? Won’t His Belly Become Airbag? F*CK-U!!!

(Updated on AUGUST 8, 2010)

LA Galaxy Lodge Bid For AC Milan Playmaker Ronaldinho – Report Aug 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-thomas us / 9:11 AM Aug 6, 2010: Seriously, 8M? I understand we can’t expect 30M for him at his age, but any replacement would cost at least 15-20M. If all these clubs are so interested they should at least offer something that’s not an insult to both Dinho and Milan. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 1]

David Beckham Pushing For Ronaldinho At Los Angeles Galaxy, But Milan Offer New Deal – Agent Jul 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mazen lebanon / 11:54 AM Jul 17, 2010: Milan gave Dinho more he gave to us cause the rossonerie gave him a chance to get back to his forma and we have been so patient with him and now he is pushing on us by demanding a high wages. so leave him go wherever he wants we can buy a better players with his price. Forza milan! / [Agree 5 : Disagree 4]
Comment-milanista_37 ktm / 6:46 PM Jul 17, 2010: Yes try the US Dinho. You will be happier there. This deal would be good for both parties. Milan gets the money and Dinho gets royal treatment and you can also Samba as much as you want. / [Agree 21 : Disagree 5]
Comment-rossonero malta / 2:41 AM Jul 18, 2010: it’s the only way. if he won’t accept a pay cut, then ship him off, and use the fee we’ll get plus the 16m reduced cost to rebuild the team. honda and lukaku for that money would be awesome, honda brings versatility, and depth to the much needed CAM spot (which ronaldinho will be forced into if he stays, btw), honda’s wages are free, and he brings lots of other financial benefits. and lukaku would be an awesome move for the future, lukaku,pato would own in a few years / [Agree 7 : Disagree 3]

Ronaldinho Is Better On The Ball Than Kaka – Milan Coach Leonardo Oct 21, 2009 / By Goal
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Comment-shouter antarctic / 9:02 AM Oct 21, 2009: when dinho was at barca, whenever his legs were shaking the ball disappeared without the defenders able to track it… now at milan, he does the same leg shaking thing week in week out but the ball ended up at the feet of opposition defenders … that’s a big difference even only the ball location changed slightly… now tell me does he still possessed that piece of old magic or is that the upgraded version / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

Milan Coach Leonardo on “AC-Milan 4-0 Siena”: Ronaldinho Is The Best In The World, Who Should Thank His Team Jan 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Glenaldo old trafford / 12:44 PM Jan 18, 2010: Okay so he was one good performance then all of a sudden he is the best again. I wouldnt put him in my top players, he is still over weight. / [Agree 0: Disagree 0]

Ronaldinho Considers Manchester City Move As Milan Falter Over New Deal – Report Apr 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Maxx CT USA / 4:21 PM Apr 20, 2010: Ronnie was a mistake for Milan. He’s still a good player. But he thinks he’s the same guy who was world player of the year. That’s just not true. Let him go and start building the squad with younger talent. The old generation are Milan heroes. They brought us Champions League titles and Calcios. But it is time for a new generation of Milan heroes now. The football pitch has no sympathy for aging legs. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 9]
Comment-alex milan / 4:57 PM Apr 20, 2010: if milan can recoup what they spent then do it! ronnie may have made some great assists this year but he has been missing in most the big, tight games, when things are going badly he just drops out the game. No teamwork either. Would like to see pato playing more centraly and with more freedom to move from side to side, can only happen if we change formation and for that to happen ronnie has to go. sell! / [Agree 2 : Disagree 1]

Milan Coach Leonardo Admits Dressing Room Argument With Ronaldinho Apr 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-AC Milan / 4:09 PM Apr 24, 2010: Okay i love you leonardo but im tired of Ronnie having to take the all the slack for the team, even berlusconi does this. Did u also have a word with X who stupidly got sent off and cost us the game? or all the matches Y missed sitters or the others that havent pulled their weight? I understand that the reason is because you have an extra special relationship with Dinho and u want him to always be at his best and u dont want him to slip again, but he can’t carry the team ALL the time / [Agree 28 : Disagree 6]
Comment-txt somwhr / 9:49 PM Apr 24, 2010: Leo should not have to work this hard to motivate Ronaldinho; but he is doing it because Milan lacks depth. Any other top team, and Ronaldinho would be on the bench. Sir Alex @ManU would never stand for this. I guess Ronaldinho has found his perfect team, a famous club with a short bench. / [Agree 14 : Disagree 8]

Milan Ace Ronaldinho Goes Clubbing In Brazil – Report Jun 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-juve canada / 5:28 PM Jun 18, 2010: He’s gonna go back to milan fatter than ever lol. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]

Milan’s Ronaldinho Will Sign 2014 Extension – Agent Jul 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Fred-forever-Milanista Milanello / 2:46 PM Jul 31, 2010: Not until 2014, but two years or less can be played, in 2014 the belly will become airbag … / [Agree 3 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: While I find it very interesting, it is weird that the comments below were not welcomed.)

Milan star Ronaldinho shuts door on Premier League move as he edges closer to new deal – report Apr 13, 2010 / By Goal – UK
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Comment-Adders Liverpool / 12:40 29 Apr 2010: He’s trading on his reputation now – he’s lost his passion for the game and is not a 90 minute player. The Premier League would prove too fast and physical for him, and by October on a cold night in Blackburn, he wouldn’t even turn up. If you could afford his luxury wages for cameos then I’m sure he’d perform a bit of magic here and there – but when most clubs are tightening their belts, £135k a week is maybe a luxury too far. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 1]

Milan Star Ronaldinho Shuts Door On Premier League Move As He Edges Closer To New Deal – Report Apr 13, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Jeezy Benin,nigeria / 4:39 PM Apr 14, 2010: I don’t think he is needed in d epl b’cos of d speed and d no of matches, cups played over there. b’cos of his age i think he shuld stay at milan. blues 4 ever!!! / [Agree 0 : Disagree 3]

Ronaldinho Considers Manchester City Move As Milan Falter Over New Deal – Report Apr 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Marco9 Milano / 3:42 PM Apr 20, 2010: I don’t mind if we sell him – he’s now 30 and his best days are behind him. We’d save a fortune on his wages and we could buy a young fast winger who tracks back to help his team mates. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 4]
Comment-ruthebear lancs / 3:47 PM Apr 20, 2010: not needed and past it, another attempt by agent to enhance his player’s contract negotiations. these reports are not credulous. city dont need another brazilian like Rubinho who cant hack it in EPL. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 7]
Comment-littlemorella Nesta lover No.1 Germany / 5:53 PM Apr 20, 2010: Well, I am not a Ronaldinho fan, so I wouldn`t be sad if Ronaldinho would leave! He did a good job , more or less. He sucks too often, is far from being great, and he costs a lot of money. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 19]

(JIWON: Whoever says whatever, time has passed, and Ronnie is with a NEW coach, who this time is NOT the same Brazilian as he is.)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Concerned With Ronaldinho’s Lack Of Form – Report Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-barcafan usa / 4:14 AM Aug 5, 2010: ronnie would have been a better legend than pele or maradona if he would have stayed like he was in 04/05 and 05/06 season but he needs to get back in shape he was like only 70% in form and he destroyed teams… but don’t hate on messi remember he is not even in his prime yet when he is 25 then that’s when he will explode / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Chandman Toronto / 4:54 PM Aug 4, 2010 That’s the kind of thing I hate about Dinho, you have to babysit a good performance out of him… you have to kiss up to him constantly and keep him happy so he can give a decent pass! / [Agree 14 : Disagree 3]
Comment-lims lland / 4:28 PM Aug 4, 2010: i had have enough to dinho attitude to football, i really don’t know why he became like this, its a bad influence to the milan camp. / [Agree 13 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Frankly speaking, this has been my strict opinion on this Brazilian football player until I found the comment section and so surprised at his Milan or International Fans’ desperate wish to watch him grow and grow and retire as a Milan Legend. More frankly speaking, my opinion is still same, purely because of his high wage, but I just hope this “Notorious High Wage” to pick up what he should pick up from this computer work.)

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PART-06: Latin Coach Leo Did Have A Dressing Room Argument With His Latin Player. The Discussion Served Him Well, Of Course. Italian Coach Allegri Is No Less Assertive. Cheers!

(Updated on AUGUST 8, 2010)

Ronaldinho Is Better On The Ball Than Kaka – Milan Coach Leonardo Oct 21, 2009 / By Goal
(…) Ronaldinho may be much-maligned at Milan, but he still has what it takes to be a world beater, according to his coach. (…)

AC Milan Coach Leonardo Disappointed With Unfounded Reports Surrounding Ronaldinho’s Partying Feb 6, 2010 / By Goal
(…) The tactician is happy with ‘Dinho’s’ attitude in training and is hopeful that his side will show an improved performance against Bologna. (…)

Milan Ace Ronaldinho Told To Score More Goals – Report Apr 8, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho has been told to shoot more often and rack up some goals by Milan, who want to see him rediscover his prolific goalscoring form, according to Il Corriere dello Sport. Alexandre Pato’s absence due to injury has seen Milan finding it difficult to put goals on the board. And the Brazilian, who hasn’t scored since January 17, has been encouraged to shoot more from distance. Ronaldinho’s lack of goals has caused concern at Milanello and Leonardo wants to see a quick improvement for the run-in.

Milan Coach Leonardo Admits Dressing Room Argument With Ronaldinho Apr 24, 2010 / By Goal
Milan coach Leonardo has admitted having a dressing room argument with Ronaldinho because of the playmaker’s lack of effort against Sampdoria last week. The Brazilian coach has not been happy with ‘Dinho’s return on the pitch and he showed it. “We had an argument in the dressing room because I did not like the way he played at all,” Leonardo told the press. “The discussion served him well because he showed what he is capable of doing after that.” Leonardo has invited the team to play with their hearts against Palermo later tonight. (…)

Ronaldinho Happy To Help Milan Close In On Champions League Spot May 2, 2010 / By Goal
But the 30-year-old striker is expected to miss out on a place in Brazil’s squad for this summer’s World Cup finals despite his superb season with the Diavolo. “I am happy to be doing well for the team and for me,” he smiled. “Then, if Carlos Dunga will take me to the World Cup all the better…”

(JIWON: Now, this is what they say.)

Milan Coach Leonardo Admits Dressing Room Argument With Ronaldinho Apr 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Desilolla Oslo, Norway / 11:39 AM Apr 24, 2010: Well done Leo. Dinho is like a child, need to be nurtured. / [Agree 3 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Doby Doby / 1:07 AM Apr 25, 2010: The truth is quite evident. Ronaldinho is still way below par. And for those of you who would jump at the chance to take a swipe at me and arguing your case, just please, compare the player’s physique now to that of 2004-2006 and you would see a stone cold difference in terms of weight. People cannot expect Ronaldinho to realistically scale the heights again unless he simply hits the treadmill running and loses the extra weight. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Doby continuing my previous post London / 1:13 AM Apr 25, 2010: Ronaldinho has to lose the extra weight. It is crystal clear that it is holding him back and that’s precisely what is preventing him from fully regaining his pace and explosiveness. It isn’t rocket science and please don’t go about him being past his peak, because that’s a whole load of nonsense. Considering his party years with Barcelona (the last two) he is not really fatigued by training hard or sweating too much, so he could yet be set to fulfill his potential physically. Must start dieting! / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Andre Jamaica / 12:11 AM Apr 26, 2010: Doby u cudnt be more correct. i really think he sud lose the extra weight. then he can regain his pace so he can really start running at defenders cause it obvious he hasn’t lost his touch / [Agree 2 : Disagree 4]

Ronaldinho Is Better On The Ball Than Kaka – Milan Coach Leonardo Oct 21, 2009 / By Goal
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Comment-adipulo jakarta / 7:15 AM Oct 21, 2009: to be honest, ronnie is better than kaka in terms of skill. the what also matters is motivation and fitness. GO DINHO!! forza milan! / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-T-JAY Monrovia, Liberia / 7:26 AM Oct 21, 2009: Surely that is the fact, Kaka plays but Ronnie still has his quality and deserves the respect. Even Kaka knows that. They both are good players. We hope to see the best of them this evening. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 1]
Comment-big g england / 7:53 AM Oct 21, 2009: at the top of his game ronaldinho is the best player in the world but he hasn’t shown that form for years now. kaka is a very good player but most of the best players now are the fast ones, like ronaldo, torres and kaka. in terms of ball control they are nothing compared to dinho at his peak. remember barca were nothing when he went there and in his 1st season he won them la liga and remember THAT goal against chelsea – wow – it would be good for football if he got back to his best. / [Agree 13 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Hak Den bosch,Hollad / 7:58 AM Oct 21, 2009: Ronaldinho is one of the most skilful player ever… beautiful to watch with the ball, great freekick taker, scores beautiful goal. For me he’s one of the greatest ever but unfortunately he lost interest in soccer… On the other side Kaka is a hardworker, skilful and quick with the ball and currently better than Ronaldinho… If we mirror back their greatest moments R80 is better but Hala Madrid !!! / [Agree 13 : Disagree 1]
Comment-num_10 haiti / 9:51 AM Oct 21, 2009: No one in the football actually and before has handle the ball like HIM. He was not a player but he was the ball itself. I said no ONE. Good to see you return to form. / [Agree 18 : Disagree 2]
Comment-somebody somewhere / 11:44 AM Oct 21, 2009: if ronaldinho spends some time playing football rather than partying at nightclub, it would help milan a lot / [Agree 20 : Disagree 4]

Milan Ace Ronaldinho Told To Score More Goals – Report Apr 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-raj macau / 12:40 PM Apr 8, 2010: yh he can do. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 1]
Comment-J Azania / 12:53 PM Apr 8, 2010: I was about to say exactly the same thing. Leo must have read my mind. Or perhaps it’s that obvious. Listen, Dinho, GOALS WIN GAMES. Not to put unnessesary pressure on you but quit this mentality of being just a goal-assist. Be selfish sometimes. We all know that your finishing is probably the best at the moment in Milan. SHOOT, GUDDAMNIT!!! / [Agree 14 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Milanista121 USA / 1:02 PM Apr 8, 2010: Yeah it’s true, Dinho has a fierce shot, we all know it. That doesn’t go away, but tell the same to Pirlo for example. Forza Dinho, keep this up, our most consistent player! Forza Milan! / [Agree 36 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Marco Sydney / 1:13 PM Apr 8, 2010: Even though Ronaldinho doesn’t score himself, he sets up most of the goals, which is just as important……instead of telling Ronaldhino (who isn’t the centre forward) to score more, how about tell Borriello to make use of the opportunities that Ronaldinho places on a platter for him…or make a tactical change, maybe starting with Inzaghi, the best poucher in the game….I’m sure he can score goals…..RONALDINHO IS A QUALITY PLAYER, WHO KNOWS EXACTLY WHAT HE IS DOING. / [Agree 37 : Disagree 3]
Comment-FORZA MILAN FORZA LEO / 1:16 PM Apr 8, 2010: Aggre whit Leo. Ronni has a fantastic long shots and he is wonderfol whit placed shoots, he can be more dangerous if he trie to put the ball in the net… FORZA MILAN / [Agree 35 : Disagree 1]
Comment-milanfan usa / 1:59 PM Apr 8, 2010: i would love to see ‘dinho score more goals but as marco said the assists are just as important as goals, boriello would be nowhere without ronaldinho, the whole team would be nowhere without ronaldinho / [Agree 31 : Disagree 2]
Comment-John Staumph Parts Unknown / 2:50 PM Apr 8, 2010: Why don’t they tell their center forwards to score more? Dinho can’t create all the chances and score all the goals himself. I’m sure there are times when he could look to shoot a little bit more, but still I would think you would want him to do what he does best (create chances for others). / [Agree 18 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Mohamed Asaad Egypt / 11:08 PM Apr 8, 2010: do u know why he stopped scoring goals since january?? it’s bec of the lame public, media blaming him for the team’s losses…he concentrated on assisting so nobody can blame him..and he took time to get back his confidence in 1-1 situations with defenders,, if there wasn’t so much pressure on him, he would NATURALLY shoot / [Agree 13 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Daniele Australia / 3:43 AM Apr 9, 2010: He is the assist leaders in Serie A!! What more can they ask of him. Maybe if we had a younger midfield they would push up and support the lone striker and we would score more goals. So before these idiots criticize our best player, maybe they should think of bringing in some fresh legs that can actually run!! / [Agree 15 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 7:48 AM Apr 9, 2010: Let ‘dinho create, tell Seedorf to shoot, and tell the Strikers to hit the target more often! / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: They say that Dinho is still only 75% of what he can do on the pitch.)

Milan Coach Leonardo on “AC-Milan 4-0 Siena”: Ronaldinho Is The Best In The World, Who Should Thank His Team Jan 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-athaus usa / 5:44 PM Jan 18, 2010: i was not a fan of milan bringing him to my team 2 years ago i was angry with his lack of performance last season and i thought he was finished and was just going to be a expensive name… i am glad to say i was wrong lol but i think it goes deeper than milan i think leonardo is the reason he is doing well again i believe that they push and pull that brought him back to his place is the kinship they share both being brazilian and leos strong ties to milan / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Francis Houston, TX / 6:12 PM Jan 18, 2010: Dinho is still only 75% of what he can do on the pitch. He’s the most creative player in the game with more tricks with ball than any other. He doesn’t just play, he entertains the fans. There’s more to come. FORZA MILAN!!! / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-neav malaysia / 1:20 AM Jan 19, 2010: I’m glad Milan has Leonardo as a coach as he is a person that appreciate talent. I still think he is the main reason why Dinho is able to find his confidence. Dinho still goes to have fun partying once a while but he is more disciplined, it’s all thanks to how Leo manage him. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Now, it’s time for Italian Coach Allegri.)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Concerned With Ronaldinho’s Lack Of Form – Report Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Cameron NY / 11:01 AM Aug 4, 2010: I agree that ronaldinho is lazy, but he can’t be in that bad of form. If he is actually fat and much slower, then Allegri has the right approach to get him back in shape. This could be great for Milan, because he will push dinho to get back into his Barcelona form and lead us to the CL. This is also good for dinho because he will regain his form and confidence and be widely respected again. Maybe he can even get back and win FIFA player of the year and make the Brazilian squad. / [Agree 18 : Disagree 2]
Comment-.. . / 11:03 AM Aug 4, 2010: please use the word “fit” and not “form” because he is only injured not playing badly… / [Agree 21 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Glenn NZ / 11:16 AM Aug 4, 2010: In this case, Milan need someone who can back Ronaldinho up. Our squad depth really isn’t that impressive, it’s worrying that Serie A is only 3.5 weeks away and we’ve not signed any great attacking players. / [Agree 18 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Ronni Milan / 11:25 AM Aug 4, 2010: what.???? hahaha:-))))) The coach has already made it clear the Brazilian will not play unless he is 100 per cent fit.~~~~ you will get nothing if you continue like that… you should trust Ronni… he make 18 assists and 15 goals last season.. and he was at 25% OF HIS FORM… Ronaldinho with one leg is 100*better then all the players Milan has…. / [Agree 13 : Disagree 8]
Comment-AceTheMan London / 11:33 AM Aug 4, 2010: Dinho at 50% is much better than most football players. But I agree with allegri, dinho have to sort himself out. Its sad to see a player of his calibre wasting his talent like this. Forza Milan, Forza Ronaldinho / [Agree 14 : Disagree 4]
Comment-randy Jakarta / 12:02 PM Aug 4, 2010: if you can get his form back, great. if you can’t, or if he can’t then sell him and make the decision quick. at least verdi can get more play time / [Agree 1 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Tony UK / 12:31 PM Aug 4, 2010: He’s coached him for a month and he is already getting angry regarding his form… there is still a long time to go Allegri. This is ronaldinho the best dancer/best football player. / [Agree 23 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Me Here / 12:53 PM Aug 4, 2010: I’d hardly call this a lack of ‘form’…if anything it’s a lack of ‘fitness’. / [Agree 33 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Milanista121 USA / 6:57 PM Aug 4, 2010: This can be good, Dinho will get back into his best shape and Milan will learn how to cope without Dinho if he gets suspended and/or injured -god forbid. And I think this will mean Verdi get a lot of playing time now and improve a lot! / [Agree 16 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Interestingly enough, I find that the comment section is becoming UNANIMOUS, once I filter both maniac-fans and maniac-antis. Therefore, it will be more interesting to watch future happenings between Italian Coach Allegri and his Brazilian player Gaucho. Please look. I am not the only one. Ho-Ho-Ho!)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Concerned With Ronaldinho’s Lack Of Form – Report Aug 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-joel milano / 11:17 AM Aug 4, 2010: i’m starting to really enjoy allegri’s pre season fitness stuff. a lot of conditioning and individual based stuff sounds like a rusty milan team could be ready to fight / [Agree 22 : Disagree 1]

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PART-05: “Transmitting Passion & Happiness” Is What Dinho Wants. He Should Thank AC-Milan, Who Took Him To Where He Is Today, Instead Of Giving Up On Him. Perhaps, This Is What Attracted “Italian Little Brat” Balotelli.

(Updated on AUGUST 8, 2010)

Milan Coach Leonardo on “AC-Milan 4-0 Siena”: Ronaldinho Is The Best In The World, Who Should Thank His Team Jan 18, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Leonardo is delighted that his man has finally rediscovered his magic in front on goal. “Ronaldinho has always lived his career like this, transmitting passion and happiness,” Leonardo told the press. “This is what he wants. He is the greatest footballer in the world and he has refound his taste for football.” Leonardo was also keen to remember the other protagonists who have played their part in Ronaldinho’s revival. “He has to thank this team, who could have given up on him when he made mistakes. Instead they supported him and took him to where he is today,” he concluded. Milan are six points behind Inter with a game in hand heading into the derby. (…)

Milan Coach Leonardo on “AC-Milan 4-0 Siena”: Ronaldinho Is The Best In The World, Who Should Thank His Team Jan 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Hassan Brazil / 1:24 PM Jan 18, 2010: Well said, signore. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-chelsea fan london / 2:08 PM Jan 18, 2010: we all like u ronaldinho… i hope u stay like this 😀 / [Agree 90 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Steven Ghana / 3:09 PM Jan 18, 2010: Wish you all the best dinho and make us proud against Inter / [Agree 130 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Ali KW / 3:20 PM Jan 18, 2010: As a football fan, I am glad that Ronnie is back. If he was still at Barca, then it would have been boring watching games as they would have been beating any team. / [Agree 121 : Disagree 5]
Comment-Melchior Milan =) Malta / 3:23 PM Jan 18, 2010: Dinho you are going to be a contender for the Ballon d’Or 2010. you know that??:) / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Alle/Milanista Sweden / 4:46 PM Jan 18, 2010: Not yet but he is well on his way back if he keeps playing like this. I would say that he is top 15 at the moment if he keeps going on like this. His statistics with 9 goals, 9 assists or something only in Serie A and 2 more goals in the CL talks for itself. I understand Leo is trying to bring his confidence up and build up a new imagine for Dinho and that’s very good 😉 / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Mohamed London— / 4:59 PM Jan 18, 2010: I’m so glad to know that a legend is still playing. Hopefully he can win seri A this season,, and go on to the world cup full joy and confident.. Still dream of dinho in a arsenal shirt / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Curiously, it seems that Dinho knows it, too. I am now suspecting if this is what made Balotelli openly express his wish to join AC-Milan. I used to think that his reason was rather purely technical. Time will tell, anyway.)

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

(JIWON: Let’s finish this part with the comment below.)

Milan Chief Silvio Berlusconi To Convince Ronaldinho Into Staying – Report Jul 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Marco Milano / 12:21 PM Jul 20, 2010: the so called fans calling for dinho to go or silvio to go have so short memories. where were you when Milan languished in serie B? where were you when we finished 11th in serie A in 1997 or 1998? where were you when silvio ploughed hundreds of millions into the club he loves? where were you when silvio brought dinho to Milan & Leo resurrected him when the rest of the world had given up on him? where are you now that our debt stands at less than €20m? FORZA MILAN!!! / [Agree 13 : Disagree 0]

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PART-04: Are You Saying That Ronnie Cannot Integrate Himself Into The Group? C’mon.

(Updated on AUGUST 7-8, 2010)

Milan Protestors Jeer Silvio Berlusconi But Cheer For Ronaldinho Jul 20, 2010‎ / By Goal

Patti chiari, amicizia lunga, il Conte MAX vuole un DINHO simil-ETO’O: “Il mio Milan deve essere concreto, come è stato il presidente Berlusconi ieri.. Da lui mi aspetto MOLTO ma la tecnica NON BASTA…” Jul 21, 2010 / By Goal
Patti make good friends, the Count wants a DINHO MAX-like Eto’o: “I expect a lot from him but the technique is not enough …”
“My Milan must be concrete, as was Prime Minister Berlusconi yesterday ..”

Milan Coach Massiliano Allegri: Ronaldinho Is Important; I Don’t Feel Pressure From Silvio Berlusconi Jul 21, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Allegri was set to speak at Milanello yesterday, but his limelight was stolen by Berlusconi who turned the press conference into a one-man show as he interceded with his mandate for the season. But Allegri is unfazed by all the hype generated by his chief as he sets out to recast last season’s negativity into a building block for success. (…) Berlusconi confirmed Ronaldinho would not be leaving the club, and Allegri has no choice but to agree. “He is the president and has his ideas. Ronaldinho’s qualities are not in question. He is an exceptional player, but individuality is not everything in football,” he added. “The most important thing is knowing how to integrate yourself into the group. The group has to work hard for the individual, but he has to work hard for the group.”

(JIWON: HA-HA-HA! Who is the poorest professional at AC-Milan? Ronie’s Boss Berlusconi or Ronnie’s Coach Allegri? Who is the most EGO at AC-Milan? Dinho’s Boss Berlusconi or Dinho’s Coach Allegri? Let’s Start.)

Well-Known Agent X: Los Angeles Galaxy Is ‘Most Valid’ Option For Milan Wantaway Ronaldinho Jul 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-surag india / 9:15 AM Jul 20, 2010: faie r enough ronnie has been good last season with 14 assists… but have u seen him play.. he has lost that spark and lost many yards of pace… ideally allegri would want pace on the flanks…. that leaves ronnie to play as a trequartista which i don’t think might suit him. and also allegri is planning to use pirlo as AMF. i do think it would be good if milan let go ronnie.. then milan can sign a pacy winger like X or Y… / [Agree 3 : Disagree 0]

Milan Chief Silvio Berlusconi To Convince Ronaldinho Into Staying – Report Jul 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-spainrocks Madrid / 11:23 AM Jul 20, 2010: NOW he is only good at freestyle he cant play team football pffft! / [Agree 0 : Disagree 1]

Milan Coach Massiliano Allegri: Ronaldinho Is Important; I Don’t Feel Pressure From Silvio Berlusconi Jul 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Benj USA / 1:38 PM Jul 21, 2010: NOW I know why Ronnie wants to leave. The new coach does not like him. Ronnie wants to play…. wherever it is. I just hope he stays off the bench and plays consistent and good football. / [Agree 16 : Disagree 7]
Comment-What is this man saying? Hmmm? / 5:37 PM Jul 21, 2010: Are you saying that Ronnie cannot integrate himself into the group? C’mon. Just get him to be lighter and fitter next season and you will get he most out of him.. oh yeah, give him a night out every now and then. Seemingly it rejuvenates him. / [Agree 11 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Needless to say, I don’t know how to understand the first comment, simply due to my limited knowledge about football or tactics. I just believe that once I post all my discoveries, none but Milan Protestors, Who Jeer Silvio Berlusconi But Cheer For Ronaldinho, will be the first one to know which comments are the most valuable… both for Ronaldinho and AC-Milan.)

Well-Known Agent X: Los Angeles Galaxy Is ‘Most Valid’ Option For Milan Wantaway Ronaldinho Jul 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-GBdaMan Conn / 7:21 PM Jul 19, 2010: Ronnie still has some life left in him. With the right coach, fitness, and team he could go back to being the great scorer he once was. He has gone from main scorer to playmaker which is still a quality that warrants him still playing in top flight leagues. I’d love to see him in the MLS but not for another 2yrs. / [Agree 20 : Disagree 0]

Ronaldinho Is Better On The Ball Than Kaka – Milan Coach Leonardo Oct 21, 2009 / By Goal
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Comment-milan fan milan / 8:20 AM Oct 21, 2009: kaka is faster and dangerous but ronaldhino is real maestro on the ball when play his best and spicaly his passing so deadly i hope he can score / [Agree 20 : Disagree 3]

Ronaldinho Happy To Help Milan Close In On Champions League Spot May 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 5:24 AM May 3, 2010: Forza ‘dinho! I’d hate to imagine how AC Milan would of gone this season without you constantly sparking us,that said his assits would be even greater if he had a striker that could hit the net! / [Agree 17 : Disagree 0]

Ronaldinho: I Don’t Know If I Will Stay At Milan May 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Glenn NZ / 10:32 AM May 17, 2010: He’s damn right. ‘Dinho needs a bit of help in the midfield and is right to want to know what Milan’s plans are. All us fans want to know too! Grr. / [Agree 39 : Disagree 0]

Well-Known Agent X: Los Angeles Galaxy Is ‘Most Valid’ Option For Milan Wantaway Ronaldinho Jul 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-moussa egypt / 3:14 AM Jul 20, 2010: seeing ronaldinho leave like this after such a successful year is such a shame. i believe he is the best passer in europe right now. Xavi and fabre are all good but dinho became the assist leader in Europe with Borriello and Huntelar. I mean that’s pretty hard to do. / [Agree 24 : Disagree 0]

David Beckham Pushing For Ronaldinho At Los Angeles Galaxy, But Milan Offer New Deal – Agent Jul 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-AceTheMan London / 2:52 PM Jul 17, 2010: no dinho = no assists = no goals / [Agree 22 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Ron uk / 10:30 PM Jul 18, 2010: No Dhino = no passes, no passes = no goals, no goals = no CL football and no CL football = less money, so dont sell him. But obviously if he wants to go let him as he deserves what he wants. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Finally couple of Rossoneri summed up.)

David Beckham Pushing For Ronaldinho At Los Angeles Galaxy, But Milan Offer New Deal – Agent Jul 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-sammie Kigali / 1:26 PM Jul 17, 2010: Dinho still has a lot to offer if only he keeps fit. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]

Ronaldinho on “AC-Milan 3-0 Yuventus”: I Want My Friend Leonardo To Be Happy May 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Fadi Lebanon / 12:26 AM May 16, 2010: I wonder how can a coach not call a magician to his squad. Everybody in the world are wondering how can he be left out. It’s no logical. Brazil lost a strong man in leaving Ronie out and WC2010 lost the beauty of watching Ronie play. I hope that Ronie stays with Milan for a very long time and I hope that Milan will bring in a coach who will exploit Ronie’s strength. Milan forever. Forza Milan!!! / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: By the way, Are these folks the same Milan Protestors, Who Jeer Silvio Berlusconi But Cheer For Ronaldinho? Seriously speaking, there should be a very-professional CONSENSUS among Voce Rossonera!!!)

Milan Coach Massiliano Allegri: Ronaldinho Is Important; I Don’t Feel Pressure From Silvio Berlusconi Jul 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-nico crotia / 3:05 PM Jul 21, 2010: is this his way of saying that he won’t be starting dinho? its all well saying we have a lot of young players but when the season starts there will be 8 players in the starting line up who will be 30 or over / [Agree 1 : Disagree 1]
Comment-milan milano / 3:33 PM Jul 21, 2010: Allegri’s right! / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]
Comment-alireza tehran / 5:38 PM Jul 21, 2010: see guys he said many YOUNG players i liked that. it means he is going to use some of milan hidden talents like alberatzi… like my favorite one ADIYAH and many more.. I’m going to like this coach / [Agree 21 : Disagree 0]

Milan Coach Massiliano Allegri: Ronaldinho Is Important; I Don’t Feel Pressure From Silvio Berlusconi Jul 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Arash Australia / 3:04 PM Jul 21, 2010: silvio if u use ur brains u don’t have to spend much on new attacking option. giovinco-dos santos or ryan bable are all available under 10m. wide attacking players capable of scoring goals and playing on either side. this is the type of players milan should be after. all of them are under 25 and dont feature much for their clubs. / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]

Milan Chief Silvio Berlusconi To Convince Ronaldinho Into Staying – Report Jul 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Anthony Australia / 11:03 AM Jul 20, 2010: He was our star last season, BUT he is not interested in helping Milan. He wants money. This is Ronaldinho NOT Kaka. Kaka would take a pay cut, but Twiddle Dee & Twiddle Dum of Milan decided to sell the only player who could match Maldini’s loyalty. Sell Dinho and buy young. I would rather endure another 3rd place finish and have the team rebuilt to challenge for the next 5 seasons then try to get lucky in one season & then have to bust the bank next transfer period. / [Agree 13 : Disagree 5]

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PART-03: 2009’s Ronaldinho Is Like Wine, Getting Better & Better With Age! Hope To See Him To Remain A World-Wide-Icon To Represent Milan.

(Updated on AUGUST 8, 2010)

Ronaldinho on “AC-Milan 3-0 Yuventus”: I Want My Friend Leonardo To Be Happy May 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ramy Egypt / 10:41 PM May 15, 2010: Ronnie made me eat my words. To be honest I never thought he’d be back but here he is 4 years after the disappointing 2006 WC just as good as he ever was. Big loss for 2010 WC. / [Agree 156 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Arash Australia / 8:41 AM May 16, 2010: ronnie has been excellent this year and is like wine “his getting better & better with age”. he also emphasised that his staying which is great for us milan fans. leo’s wonderful but nobody and nothing is bigger than milan. we will live and we will fight another day. they said the same about sheva, kaka and this year when maldini retired but we’re the best club in the world. forza milan. / [Agree 14 : Disagree 2]

Milan Chief Silvio Berlusconi: Ronaldinho Is Milan For Life, And We Said No To Real Madrid’s Thiago Silva Bid Jul 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ronaldinho the KING Forever / 7:48 PM Jul 20, 2010
Ronaldinho is 30 this year. I insist that with a proper fitness coach and a special diet(he needs to shed a few kilos), he can become at least 85% the player that he was at Barcelona. For a 30 year old that would be outstanding. / [Agree 20 : Disagree 1]

David Beckham Pushing For Ronaldinho At Los Angeles Galaxy, But Milan Offer New Deal – Agent Jul 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Hmm hmmm / 2:11 PM Jul 17, 2010: he just rediscovered his form and hes gonna move to the MLS? Come on. Even flamengo shouldn’t be considered yet, he deserves to play in a top league for at least another couple years or until he drops in form again / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]

Milan Chief Silvio Berlusconi: Ronaldinho Is Milan For Life, And We Said No To Real Madrid’s Thiago Silva Bid Jul 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-player999 home / 12:34 AM Jul 21, 2010 / i am very happy to hear ronaldinho will stay with milan until he retires and then take a role at the club, i hope it stays that way and the relationship doesn’t become a bad one. Ronaldinho is a great ambassador and a world wide icon i think he will be amazing at representing milan, a great player for a great club. This year ronaldinho is going to improve on last year and you will all see, i hope pato and prilo stays healthy that will really help. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]

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PART-02: Good To See Ronnie Return To Form! One Of The Most Entertaining Player Of His Generation! When He Is Happy, He Is A Joy To Watch On The Football Field.

(Updated on AUGUST 8, 2010)

Ronaldinho Is Better On The Ball Than Kaka – Milan Coach Leonardo Oct 21, 2009 / By Goal
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Comment-big g england / 7:53 AM Oct 21, 2009: at the top of his game ronaldinho is the best player in the world but he hasn’t shown that form for years now. kaka is a very good player but most of the best players now are the fast ones, like ronaldo, torres and kaka. in terms of ball control they are nothing compared to dinho at his peak. remember barca were nothing when he went there and in his 1st season he won them la liga and remember THAT goal against chelsea – wow – it would be good for football if he got back to his best. / [Agree 13 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Hak Den bosch,Hollad / 7:58 AM Oct 21, 2009: Ronaldinho is one of the most skilful player ever… beautiful to watch with the ball, great freekick taker, scores beautiful goal. For me he’s one of the greatest ever but unfortunately he lost interest in soccer… On the other side Kaka is a hardworker, skilful and quick with the ball and currently better than Ronaldinho… If we mirror back their greatest moments R80 is better but Hala Madrid !!! / [Agree 13 : Disagree 1]
Comment-num_10 haiti / 9:51 AM Oct 21, 2009: No one in the football actually and before has handle the ball like HIM. He was not a player but he was the ball itself. I said no ONE. Good to see you return to form. / [Agree 18 : Disagree 2]

Milan Coach Leonardo on “AC-Milan 4-0 Siena”: Ronaldinho Is The Best In The World, Who Should Thank His Team Jan 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-k k / 1:05 PM Jan 18, 2010: no one can entertain you with the ball like ronaldinho he is the best in the world his skill shots are amazing messi is 2nd and ronaldo 3rd / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Jamie Manchester / 1:22 PM Jan 18, 2010: I love this man. He does things with the ball that I didn’t think was humanly possible. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Tranquillo Italia / 3:11 PM Jan 18, 2010: Watching Dinho play football makes me happy, his smile and love for the game inspires so many people to play, Messi may be the best at the moment on paper but Dinho is the best player in the last 10 years, Class and ability is permanent form is a temporary thing. / [Agree 159 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Benjy michel New jersey / 8:23 PM Jan 19, 2010: He is the kind of player that describes soccer witought the, and his my idol, there’ll never be another player like him, all I could say is that ” he’s the best there can ever be” / [Agree 2 : Disagree 1]
Comment-monir sweden / 4:20 PM Jan 20, 2010: when i watch the dinhos plying, it makes me very happy ever. i like to watch milan match than barcelona / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]

David Beckham Pushing For Ronaldinho At Los Angeles Galaxy, But Milan Offer New Deal – Agent Jul 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Micha Sydney / 2:17 PM Jul 17, 2010: One of the most entertaining player of his generation / [Agree 22 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 11:17 AM Jul 17, 2010: Dinho should go wherever he is happy period.. when he is happy he is a joy to watch on the football field whether it’s in Europe, Brazil or the USA. / [Agree 28 : Disagree 1]

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PART-01: Form Is Temporary, Class Is Eternal! Dinho Speaks Action! Once A Milanista, Always A Milanista! Long Live Gaucho!

(Updated on AUGUST 8, 2010)

Milan Coach Leonardo on “AC-Milan 4-0 Siena”: Ronaldinho Is The Best In The World, Who Should Thank His Team Jan 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Tranquillo Italia / 3:11 PM Jan 18, 2010: Watching Dinho play football makes me happy, his smile and love for the game inspires so many people to play, Messi may be the best at the moment on paper but Dinho is the best player in the last 10 years, Class and ability is permanent form is a temporary thing. / [Agree 159 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Hassan Brazil / 3:27 PM Jan 18, 2010: Form is temporary, class is eternal. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]

Milan Star Ronaldinho Shuts Door On Premier League Move As He Edges Closer To New Deal – Report Apr 13, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Barca12 Earth / 9:30 PM Apr 13, 2010: Ronaldinho isn’t a money-crazed fool and therefore cannot be lured like the victoms of Real madrid and many epl clubs. He just wanted to be able to enjoy his football again and Milan gave that to him, along with many other things, family, friendship, love, why would he leave that for a few extra bucks he doesn’t need? Coming from someone who cares about Dinho, i wouldnt not want to see him in the EPL. No offense / [Agree 80 : Disagree 1]

Milan 3-0 Juventus: Ronaldinho Brace Demolishes The Bianconeri May 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mostafa Egypt / 11:03 PM May 15, 2010:
This man speaks action…..Sad that i won’t see him at the WC 😦 / [Agree 26 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Mae Milan / 11:16 PM May 15, 2010: This is the reason why fans continue to support Ronaldinho. He stays humble considering he’s been named World player of the Year twice. / [Agree 34 : Disagree 2]

Ronaldinho on “AC-Milan 3-0 Yuventus”: I Want My Friend Leonardo To Be Happy May 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-fan Slovenia / 10:07 PM May 15, 2010: you are the king man nice to have you!!!! be happy!!!!! / [Agree 28 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Cero Croatia / 10:10 PM May 15, 2010:that’s a GREAT player.. no harsh words for Dunga… he is truly a legend… / [Agree 68 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 10:11 PM May 15, 2010: Awesome player and a class guy always / [Agree 55 : Disagree 1]
Comment-behrad ir / 10:14 PM May 15, 2010: he is a real gentelman / [Agree 73 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Glenn NZ / 10:17 PM May 15, 2010: That’s class, he didn’t diss Dunga. He let his feet do the talking. I SO hope he goes to the World Cup. / [Agree 87 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Mae Milan / 11:53 PM May 15, 2010: This is the reason why fans continue to support Dinho. He stays humble considering he was named World player of the Year twice. / [Agree 3 : Disagree 1]
Comment-ola( layaki) Finland / 12:12 AM May 16, 2010: Gaucho, no one like you as far as round leather is concern. You have proved your class for the cynics that you are the numero uno. You are very humble regarding your comment on the world cup’s list, indeed you are a living legend. Keep it up. Forza Milan, long live GAUCHO! / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-emadlibya Madrid / 11:29 AM May 16, 2010: Ronnie has so much class. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 0]
Comment-osamaa catalonya / 12:04 PM May 16, 2010: ronaldinho respect and class / [Agree 15 : Disagree 0]

Milan’s Ronaldinho Will Sign 2014 Extension – Agent Jul 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milanthebest San Siro / 11:28 PM Jul 30, 2010: Dinho’s a milanista!! / [Agree 13 : Disagree 0]
Comment-andrew new zealand / 3:33 AM Jul 31, 2010: first he pays 2-5mil of his own money to come to milan instead of man city, he drops his wage for the second time to stay with us! what a legend!!! / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

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Milan 3-0 Juventus: Ronaldinho Brace Demolishes The Bianconeri May 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Rainier London / 10:58 PM May 15, 2010: Still no place for him, Dunga?! / [Agree 29 : Disagree 1]

Ronaldinho on “AC-Milan 3-0 Yuventus”: I Want My Friend Leonardo To Be Happy May 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Josh Aus / 8:09 AM May 16, 2010: Ronaldinho may not fit into Dunga’s working class style, but its a shame that we’ll never see him at another WC. What a player, what a character. / [Agree 24 : Disagree 0]
Comment-humam manchester / 10:13 PM May 15, 2010: u can feel him hurting from the inside during the match. brazil – ronnie = not worth watching / [Agree 90 : Disagree 0]

World Cup 2010: Milan Coach Leonardo Backs Ronaldinho’s Brazil Place Bid – Report Apr 7, 2010
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Comment-Lawrence Kingston, Jamaica / 12:58 PM Apr 7, 2010:
I was watching a show on tv called “The Greatest”, where they feature players from the past and present and their contribution to football and found out why Dunga won’t pick Ronnie. Gremio v Internacional 1999, Ronaldinho destroys Dunga twice, youtube has it, so now we know why. / [Agree 26 : Disagree 1]

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