Rossoneri Nomadic Legends: True That They Are Not Maldini Or Baresi, How Many Will Confidently & Humbly Become A World-Wide-Icon To Represent AC-Milan? Old Soldiers Never Die, They Just Fade Away

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > ‘Il Corriere della Grisi’… ‘No Compromise’
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PART-1: How Many Will Confidently & Humbly Become A World-Wide-Icon To Represent AC-Milan?

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 11, 2010)

(JIWON: Hope everybody involved to join this section.)

Which title is better for Ronaldinho? Will I have to exclude this name from the list?
🙂 Rossoneri Latin Legend: 2009’s Ronaldinho Was A Rare Old Vintage, But Still Not “Original” Dinho. “Transmitting Passion And Happiness! This Is What Dinho Wants. Has He Refound His Taste For Football? That’s Only Because Rossoneri Didn’t Give Up On Him,” Says Latin Coach Leo (Aug 6-16, 2010)
🙂 Rossoneri Latin Legend Ronaldinho: Form Is Temporary, Class Is Eternal! Dinho Speaks Action! Once A Milanista, Always A Milanista! Long Live Gaucho!

Is this title good for Alexandre Pato – The Duck? Will I be able to make it?
🙂 Rossoneri Latin Legend Alexandre Pato: Not A Man Of Glass-Half-Full, But A Pure Classy Striker, As Fantastic Footballer, Lovable Husband, And Magical Grandpa, Ha-Ha-Ha! Long Live Captain Duck!

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PART-1: True That They Are Not Paolo Maldini Or Franco Baresi…

(Updated on AUGUST 6, 2010) – DRAFT
(Updated on SEPTEMBER 11, 2010)

David Beckham Pushing For Ronaldinho At Los Angeles Galaxy, But Milan Offer New Deal – Agent Jul 17, 2010 / By Goal
Talkbacks for this article 44
Comment-FootballFan NA / 6:08 AM Jul 18, 2010: Just because Beckham stop being a true footballer a long time ago doesn’t mean he should drag anyone else down with him. He treats MLS like it’s a dog he can mistreat. Buck Fecks / [Agree 6 : Disagree 16]

(JIWON: Well… It was my kind of opinion until I enjoyed watching “World Cup 2010”.)

South Africa 2010: Carlos Dunga excludes Milan duo Ronaldinho & Pato May 12, 2010 / By International Media

Kaka: Where It All Went Wrong Jul 21, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Ivan Soldo

(JIWON: During the World Cup and until recently, I couldn’t mention this name, Kaka, because…)
1. I knew that he won’t be able to return to AC-Milan. As everybody knows, AC-Milan has no money.
2. Whenever I picked up Berlusconi articles, the furious comment section was talking about Kaka-deal. They were unanimous in praising classy Kaka’s integrity, loyalty, and so on and so forth. Then, also unanimous in “Berlusconi is bla-bla-bla… f*ck!”

(JIWON: It was while I was collecting comments debating Ronaldinho’s troublesome genius that I read Kaka’s father was believed to hold the key to any deal. This information made me able to express my opinion. Let’s make it simple.

Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio now knows that I didn’t watch the World Cup 2006. Nor did I watch any football games since the World Cup 2002. Therefore, I tried to follow some interesting names during the World Cup 2010, and compare their characteristics with what I picked up from the Italian National Team. Kaka hooked me. And then… he looked… This is not a time to mention his injury.

In my view, Kaka was AC-Milan. Kaka should have remained. Then, I couldn’t understand why other AC-Milan’s Brazilians were excluded by National Coach Dunga. His Brazilian team was quite an issue and I was following his articles. I know nothing about his tactics, but according to his favorite rules or theory, AC-Milan’s Brazilians were his players. Clearly, my reason is very different from others’. I only follow “Art of Physique”. This Brazilian team looked… (… therefore… boring to watch…))

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🙂 Rossoneri Latin Legend: 2009’s Ronaldinho Was A Rare Old Vintage, But Still Not “Original” Dinho. “Transmitting Passion And Happiness! This Is What Dinho Wants. Has He Refound His Taste For Football? That’s Only Because Rossoneri Didn’t Give Up On Him,” Says Latin Coach Leo (Aug 6-16, 2010)

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-Lia Milan / 10:55 PM Jul 19, 2010: You know he has a reason for doing this, he just announced he wants to play in the 2012 Olympics. He’s paving the way for his return to Milan (on loan). With Ronaldinho gone, he’ll be the star. It’s time to give the young uns a chance, time to hang your boots golden balls. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Whether or not this comment is right, I now think the idea itself, David Beckham Pushing For Ronaldinho At Los Angeles Galaxy, is not a bad idea for Rossoneri Latin Legend.)

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: Should I write more? At the very least, those who represent AC-Milan will boast “Art of Physique” as long as possible. Elsewhere they go, it’ll be still fun to watch their aging but mature performance, because, at the very least, those aging athletes never look ugly.)

Community of Buddhist Disciples
1. Samanera
2. Bhikkhu
3. bla-bla-bla… female… bla-bla-bla

(JIWON: Who says that Pato’s Korean nickname is “Kid Breadwinner”? I used to think Pato or AC-Milan’s Kaka was more like “Samanera”. While this term only has religious meaning, its Korean translation contains the differences in nuance, whether comical or beautiful. (In fact, I’ve never heard of this religious term until I looked up the dictionary.) It’s hard to tell which one sounds and looks more cute. This Korean Samanera or Robinho’s Korean nickname. This is why I hope AC-Milan’s Duck not to follow Ronaldo or Kaka’s fate, no matter which reason it is; mental or physical or commercial.)

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PART-1: Old Soldiers Never Die, They Just Fade Away

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 11, 2010)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ac_milan
Notable players:
For a list of every Milan player with 100 or more appearances, see List of A.C. Milan players.
For a list of every Milan player who has been called-up by Italy, see A.C. Milan and the Italian national football team.
Retired numbers:
3. Paolo Maldini (Defender): retired at the age of 41
6. Franco Baresi (Defender): retired at the age of 37

(JIWON: While searching for the specific information about “The Best Age For Retirement”, I found something interesting. They were all defenders.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roberto_Baggio
(…) born in 1967 (…) In 1995, (28yr-old), after strong pressure from Berlusconi, he was sold to the Milanese club. (…) In 1997, (30yr-old), Baggio transferred to Bologna in order to resuscitate his career … unfortunate move to Lippi’s Internazionale (…) in order to be called up for the 2002 FIFA World Cup, he transferred to previously unfashionable Brescia in 2000, (33yr-old). … Baggio maintained a high level of performance in the next years, playing at Brescia until his retirement in 2004, (37yr-old). He played his last game on May 16, 2004 at the San Siro against Milan. In the 88th minute, Brescia coach Gianni De Biasi subbed Baggio off so he could get his curtain call. The 80,000 present at the San Siro gave him a standing ovation. He ended his career with 205 goals in Serie A, making him the fifth-highest scorer of all time behind Silvio Piola, Gunnar Nordahl, Giuseppe Meazza and José Altafini.

Silvio Piola (b.1913): leave Juventus in 1947, (33yr-old), and retires in 1954

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PART-1: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (b. 1981)

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PART-1: Kaka (b. 1982)

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 11, 2010) – DRAFT

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Kaka to Chelsea? Brazil star’s Dad enters talks with Real Madrid bosses after Carlo Ancelotti’s fantasy admission Jul 14, 2010 / By dailymail
(…) “Special One” (…) Kaka remains an important commercial draw and has the support of Madrid president Florentino Perez and Kaka’s father is said to have been told that he is very much part of the club’s plans. However, Chelsea are monitoring the situation. (…) ‘Kaka would do well for my cause and I have spoken with him on a regular basis,’ said Ancelotti. ‘But unfortunately he cannot come: firstly Real Madrid don’t want to sell him, and secondly we would need a consent over the transfer, and thirdly it would be a multi-million operation. None of these conditions exist.’

Kaka knee op scuppers Chelsea’s chances of landing Real Madrid’s brilliant Brazilian Aug 6, 2010 / By dailymail
(…) Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti signed Kaka for AC Milan in 2003 and has admitted he would love to have him in his team again. But former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, now in charge at Real Madrid, would be reluctant to let the 28-year-old leave the Bernabeu. And Mourinho refused to be too downbeat about Kaka’s injury. The Portuguese said: ‘If we have to lose him for a while, it won’t be a drama – we have other players. But we want him to be at 100 per cent so he is happy. ‘He is a player who is much loved by his team-mates – he is one of the best players in the world.’

Inter Milan to scupper Chelsea’s move for Kaka should crocked star leave Real Madrid Sep 9, 2010 / By dailymail
Chelsea will face competition from Inter Milan if Jose Mourinho decides Kaka is surplus to requirments at Real Madrid. The Barclays Premier League champions have long tracked the Brazil playmaker and boss Carlo Ancelotti is in regular contact with a player he got the best out of at AC Milan. Ancelotti has made no secret of his desire to be reunited with Kaka, but admits a deal is impossible unless Madrid want to sell. (…) Inter plan to take Kaka on loan in January until the end of the season. Inter would then hope to make the deal permanent for around £22m, a loss to Madrid of more than £30.

Inter Milan President Moratti Denies Interest in Former Rossoneri Kaká Sep 8, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Tim Fontenault
Trevor Bolland : Kaka is not Ibrahimovic, he has some form of loyalty. (…) Now apparently Inter are holding talks over Kaka with Real on November 2. I really think they are just trying to stick it to us because of Ibra, but Ibra and Kaka are a different breed of person, Ibra spent three years with Inter, Kaka spent 6 with Milan, that’s a bit different. Kaka has too much integrity to stab us in the back like that, we all know he would return to play for us someday rather then go to our rivals, and suddenly go from ultimate hero to a villian, that’s not Ricky.

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PART-1: Robinho (b. 1984)

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PART-1: Alexandre Pato – The Duck (b. 1989)

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PART-1: Mario Balotelli (b. 1990)

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