R1-5: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced.

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ROUND 2-5: Something Fundamental!

PROFESSOR-01: Professor Berlusconi Says “Bla-Bla-Bla”. No Matter What, His Lecture Becomes Pure Political. WHY?
SA-05 Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ooops! Pirlo’s Long-Ball Worked! Pretty Vintage Performance From Gattuso! Binho Woke Up! Genoa’s Unlucky Password Was “Ibracadabra,” Who Vomited. One Thing Is Clear, AC-Milan’s Missing Pato’s Speed.
SA-04 Lazio 1-1 Milan: No Answers As Milan Draw Again. There’s No Midfield Just Constant Long Balls Very Very Unlike Milan. Should AC-Milan Give Up The 4-3-3? What About Mastering EPL’s “Route-1” Style?
SA-03 Milan 1-1 Catania: Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced. Typical-Mourinho-Type Football Is What AC-Milan Is Going To Face All Season Long. First Of All, Nobody Runs Back On The Counter Attack!
CL-01 Milan 2-0 Auxerre: Ibracadabra Gains “Mobility & Speed”. Duck Celebrates “Capricious-Physique”. Jr. Berlusconi Ponders “Filial-Piety” After “Trofeo-Luigi-Berlusconi”.
SA-02 Cesena 2-0 Milan: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Therefore, Dinho Announces “Until-40-Project”!

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PROFESSOR-01: Professor Berlusconi Says “Bla-Bla-Bla”. No Matter What, His Lecture Becomes Pure Political. WHY?

Sep 11, 2010 7:45 PM BST Serie A-02 Cesena 2-0 Milan

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 13, 2010)

A Left-Wing-Referee robbed us of three goals – Berlusconi Sep 12, 2010 / By iol.co.za
Berlusconi: “Milan sfortunato. Incontriamo arbitri di sinistra” Sep 12, 2010 / By La Gazzetta dello Sport
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Berlusconi trova i colpevoli: “Sono gli arbitri di sinistra” Sep 13, 2010 / By corriere.it, Monica Colombo
Il tonfo del Milan va saltare nervi eccellenti. E Galliani manda a quel paese pure il designatore
MILANO — Niente superpoteri, nessun effetto speciale. I Fantastici Quattro del Milan, attesi e celebrati per giorni, non hanno salvato la città da alcun malvagio. Il Milan stellare di Ibrahimovic e Pato — l’attacco atomico che ha richiamato in Romagna frotte di giornalisti da ogni angolo della Svezia — è parso vulnerabile, a tratti presuntuoso, di certo prevedibile. “Non siamo una squadra” ha detto sabato sera Allegri nel dopo gara. Concetto ripetuto ieri a Milanello prima della seduta di allenamento: “Giocando così non andiamo da nessuna parte, di certo non vinciamo nulla d’importante”. Eppure la recita sotto tono di Ibra, la prova disastrosa di Sokratis, l’infortunio di Thiago Silva non bastano, secondo lo stato maggiore milanista, a spiegare l’incredibile debacle dei rossoneri. Il colpevole della disfatta è, secondo Silvio Berlusconi, Carmine Russo — arbitro della sezione di Nola — che, con la gentile collaborazione dei due assistenti Elenito Di Liberatore e Alessandro Petrella, avrebbe orientato il risultato della partita. “Sabato ho detto forza Milan, ma è andata male. Pazienza, nel calcio succede, anche se credo che l’arbitro abbia negato tre gol al Milan” ha dichiarato il Cavaliere nel corso di Atreju, la festa dei giovani del Pdl. Poi ancora: “A Cesena il Milan ci ha dato dei dolori, ma non ha giocato male. Il problema è che spesso il Milan si imbatte in arbitri di sinistra”.
Il Milan perde? Allora è colpa dell’arbitro comunista. Il supermoviolone degli orientamenti politici è una novità assoluta. Peccato che a Nola si dica che Russo (nato il 29 settembre, proprio come il premier) sia più filo Pdl che Pd. Adriano Galliani sabato sera in tribuna al Manuzzi ha usato toni molto meno leggeri nel condannare l’operato della terna arbitrale. Trovandosi a pochi metri di distanza da Stefano Braschi, designatore dei fischietti di serie A, l’a.d. rossonero non è riuscito a trattenere la propria rabbia per le decisioni di Russo. “Vergogna, siamo solo alla seconda giornata e già succedono queste cose”. Nel mirino finiscono due episodi: il gol di Pato nel primo tempo, segnato però a gioco fermo per una precedente segnalazione di fuorigioco (inesistente) e il raddoppio dello stesso brasiliano annullato per presunto fallo di mano. Pare che nel computo delle lamentazioni vi sia anche un offside fischiato (erroneamente) a Ibra. A fine partita, scendendo le scale, il vicepresidente milanista ha poi mandato platealmente Braschi a quel paese, davanti a tutti. Ieri da via Turati non sono trapelati commenti ufficiali: è emersa soltanto la preoccupazione per la gestione tecnica di arbitri e guardalinee nel dopo-Collina. Mercoledì ritorna la Champions League e molto probabilmente Thiago Silva, rientrato da Cesena con un risentimento ai flessori della coscia destra, darà forfait (Bonera-Nesta la coppia centrale).

How Will Berlusconi Win Again in Italy? Sep 12, 2010 / By technorati
After a long period of criticism against the Italian Prime Minister, the President of the Chamber of Deputies Gianfranco Fini quit Berlusconi’s party and founded another parliamentarian group “Futuro e libertà per l’Italia” (Future and Freedom for the Italy.) Mr.Fini, who has been a long and very loyal ally to Berlusconi, knows his group’s vote could be critical for the future of the Italian government. In other words, Italy will approach an election for a new government very soon. It’s quite clear that the only one that is getting ready to win another election is Mr.Berlusconi. How will he win? Using his football team Ac Milan.
(…) Why is Ac Milan so important for Mr.Berlusconi’s political life? Because in Italy, there are 11,4 million of people that are fans of Ac Milan, and at the last election in 2008, People of Freedom collected about 13 million votes. If Mr. Berlusconi didn’t do anything for his football team, Ac Milan fans could use their vote against his party. Yesterday’s Ibrahimovic and Robinho debut with Ac Milan against Cesena wasn’t lucky, because the Italian giant team lost the match. And, naturally, Mr.Berlusconi declared that Milan lost because of a left wing referee. Berlusconi is already well into his political campaign.

History of World Derby, Serie-A: (2) Derby della Madonnina Sep 13, 2010 / By Korean Media
(…) history of AC-Milan vs. history of Inter-Milan (…) While Inter-Milan’s central fans consist of the middle and upper-class bourgeoisie, AC-Milan’s fan club is based on Working class. Therefore, Inter-Milan usually represent right-wing politican tendency, whereas Berlusconi’s AC-Milan show left-wing political tendency.

(JIWON: Weird… Wasn’t the Politician Berlusconi an icon of Right wing politics?)

Berlusconi Milan? A Left-Wing-Referee destroyed it! Sep 13, 2010 / By Goal – Korean
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(JIWON: Please check the comment section. I just can’t understand why only this magazine GOAL.com is covered with those dirty comments about… even Italy. Entire my life, I’ve never heard of this kind of dirty opinion about Italy. There are other Korean articles and their comment section sound quite different. This one doesn’t sound like they watched the game. It just sounds like they’re paid for this work. WHY?)

Arsenal 4-1 Bolton: Good goals, terrible ref Sep 12, 2010 / By sports.ie
(…) Then a controversial sending off. Bolton, quite rightly, thought they should have had a free kick on the edge of our box when Song fouled Korean Midfielder Chung-Yong Lee (Bolton’s Wage No.2). … However, Gary Cahill went through the back of the Moroccan and the ref produced a straight red. Bolton were furious but it was interesting that their ire was mostly centered around the fact they should have had the free kick (…)

(JIWON: It’s been an issue among the Korean soccer fans. They were talking about Milan case, too. As a matter of fact, it was until I found Korean comment-section that I believed all those Italian-or-International comments about “ARBITRAGE” were manipulated by AC-Milan workers. This is why I tried NOT to save and post those comments. But there was a difference between those Korean comments on Bolton and Milan’s case. If they were furious at Bolton’s case, they took Milan’s case interesting, regarding Italy as a country of “Calciopoli”. If Bolton’s case was just one happening, which is a uaual part of “World of Football”, Milan’s case represented ITALY. What do you think about this?

Another problem was that no matter what happened, AC-Milan’s “Fantastic 4 or Flower 4” was so BAD… They were so disappointed at “Flower 4 or Flop 4” that they felt no more need to investigate this NEW “Calciopoli”. What do you think about this?

Who knows? Professor Berlusconi could be right. That someone hired the communist referee. Who is someone, then? The right-wing Inter? Perhaps…)

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(JIWON: I’m still working on this posting. BUT… Was Ibracadabra or Robinho a political happening? It just happened. And It all started with this article, Massimo Moratti: Zlatan Ibrahimovic can return to Inter if he admits leaving for Barcelona was a mistake (May 29, 2010). I just can’t understand what’s going on here, including Inter’s project to ruin Kaka’s future, who will soon reach the age of 30.

No matter what, this is becoming a pure political happening. OKAY. Let’s make it happen. I want to see the LEFT-wing politicans take over the positions of Finance Minister and Cultural Minister. Under their generous financial and cultural policy, all those brainless union strikers will have to be fired. If this computer work can make 11,4 million of people that are fans of Ac Milan force ALL those left-wing politicians to UNITE, and if my hard working can make 11,4 million of people that are fans of Ac Milan launch a healthy campaign for Italian Clean Society, I will be proud of supporting Sir Berlusconi’s humorous brain.

Who knows? This work can even make Gianfranco Fini a true successor of Politician Berlusconi. Since this is my least favorite issue, I tried NOT to be involved in this political affair. But I think it’s been almost or more than a year since PM Berlusconi kept complaining about Politician Fini’s role as the President of the Chamber of Deputies. That this should be the NON partisan role. Who will become the President of the Chamber of Deputies in PM Fini’s government? What will happen to thier relationship? I am curious.

I read that the former singer Umberto Bossi is not quite healthy despite his iron-like mentality. Physically, I mean. And I didn’t know that Gianfranco Fini was the most faithful visitor of this place until I study FINI’s Alleanza Nazionale. Who knows? Umberto Bossi is in a blaze of anger after reading this writing, so much so that he systematically plans to be reborn a healthy, strong politician. One shouldn’t keep all his anger up inside, anyway.

By the way, I start to RE-analyze this so-called PROSTITUTE-scandal in my own way. I had to… because I found quite something about the relationship between Boss Berlusconi and his male employees while studying AC-Milan.)

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 14, 2010) – P.S.

(… busy day for international media, reporting Berlusconi’s gaffe about the jobless, advice to young women, and Hitler jokes…)

(JIWON: Oh well, too tired to read every article. I need to know the exact, full text from Berlusconi’s big-mouth. How come each media just reports fragments only? I know what means those jokes about Barenboim’s Angels, who were born a bimbo and will never become a female. But I think NONE of media came up with the right headline. And I stlil need to know the full story about this Hitler jokes. Too tired, anyway.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronaldo
(…) scandal-scandal-scandal (…) Ronaldo said that he is not mentally stable and is having psychological problems because of his recent surgery. But he committed no crime at all, it was immoral at best. (…)

World of Entertainment: Just One Of Scandals…
(…) in her claims to have worked for notable fashion brands Dolce & Gabbana and Victoria’s Secret. In addition, Brazilian soccer player Ronaldinho had previously announced plans to sue her for damaging his image regarding her claims that he had had sexual relations with her during the 2006 World Cup. (…)

(JIWON: Dear Sir, I promise that this computer work will finish with your Minor-or-Prostitute scandal, which story will merge with La-Scala’s Whores and AC-Milan’s Bimbos, so that absolutely NONE of hookers, whose real issue is “Fashion Capital of The World” or “MONEY” rather than AC-Milan, dare not to wander around your priceless players and ruin their future. HOWEVER… could you please please SHUT UP until I finish this work? I am just too tired to take care of overly excited Silvio.

I am not so sure of La Scala, though. Please contact Milan Mayor Mrs. Moratti on this issue. Inferior voice was booed during Barenboim’s performance. Of course, this voice will return to La Scala and this time as a Leading Role. When? On Saint Ambrose’s Day. This is how Barenboim responded after checking this computer work. This is how those musicians, whose only weapon is Facebook: Daniel Barenboim for Nobel Peace Prize, used to fill La Scala’s performance schedule with all kinds of Bimbos and Whores, and travle all over the world as La Scala’s STAR. If anyone has more questions, please contact Mrs. Moratti.)

(… I don’t want to post below part… it is just in case…)

EU struggles to persuade Italy over Korea trade deal Sep 13, 2010 / By AFP
(…) Rome fears its auto sector — with a particular concern for Fiat’s range of SMALL CARS threatened by the lowering of tariffs on rival Hyundai models — would suffer badly under the package. Werner Hoyer, Germany’s deputy foreign minister, said the European Commission and EU member states had made “a lot of concessions for our Italian friends.” (…) Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is struggling on the domestic political front and Rome has warned that it could veto the deal, which requires ratification by all 27 EU member states and the European parliament.
Berlusconi “could use something to wave about back home right now,” the senior diplomat said on Friday. A compromise proposal by partners to delay the deal’s implementation until April was in the offing, the diplomat said.
Two-way trade last year between the EU and South Korea was worth some 79 billion dollars (62 billion euros). “I think it’s in the interest not only of the South Koreans but also of the citizens of the European Union to create more growth, more wealth through trade,” Vanackere said. “I’m very much convinced that the propositions that we’ve made are reasonable and that they can lead to a good result,” he said.

(JIWON: Do Hyundai or Koreans really produce SMALL cars? Fancy small cars like FIAT? Really? I can’t believe it. I read that Korean side can’t make any more concessions on this issue. If so, Italian PM Berlusconi will probably have to accept EU’s request and he will definitely face a severe criticism, probably from Gianfranco Fini’s circle.

I read that FIAT doesn’t want its European market to become another India. But I promise. NO Italians will like Korean SMALL cars, unless its price is less than a half of its original price. If Politician FINI doesn’t understand what I mean, he has never travelled Asian continent.

Japanese favorite: small and pretty and small and pretty…
Korean’s favorite: large and big and large and big…
Chinese: … headache to explain their national characteristics… they like red color…

Therefore, Koreans never know how to make a good, fancy SMALL car. I think they are World-Wide No.1 in shipbuilding industry. There is not a drop of oil found in this country, but people never care and hardly buy small cars, despite some beneficial options. Koreans all agree that Japanese small cars look fantastic, but that’s all. They never buy it. In this situation, it is sometimes very dangerous for females to drive a small car in public streets, because of typical Korean driving style. If FIAT’s concern is both related with Japanese and Korean SMALL cars, it sounds reasonable. But Korean SMALL cars only? Well…

I think this issue was already discussed during PM Berlusconi’s meeting with Korean President Lee in Italy last year. Therefore, this report is not something new for Italian primier. It was in the newspaper and I picked up Sir Berlusconi’s troublesome neck muscles while reading this SMALL car issue. This is how I remember this story. Just in case… Korean small cars? Brrr… )

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 18, 2010) – P.S.

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi In Air Scare As Brussels Flight Makes Emergency Landing – Report Sep 16, 2010 / By Goal

EU agrees free trade deal with South Korea Sep 16, 2010 / By AFP
(…) Italy also obtained at a summit of EU leaders in Brussels a “safeguard clause” to protect the small car industry (…) The deal was forced onto the summit agenda after Italy used its veto power (…) Diplomats have suggested that Berlusconi wanted to bring home a victory by securing compromises in Brussels. The Italian prime minister was not present for the announcement, however, as his flight was delayed due to a technical problem.

(JIWON: Oh well… Poor Berlusconi… Since this story sounds somewhat comical, I decide not to delete this part. Hope FIAT to beat AUDI in their Korean market. Somehow, AUDI was the fastest to respond to EU-Korea-FTA and anounced its small car project. It seems that they already know Koreans prefer European cars to Japanese ones due to their painful history.)

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SA-05 Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ooops! Pirlo’s Long-Ball Worked! Pretty Vintage Performance From Gattuso! Binho Woke Up! Genoa’s Unlucky Password Was “Ibracadabra,” Who Vomited. One Thing Is Clear, AC-Milan’s Missing Pato’s Speed.

Sep 25, 2010 5:00 PM BST Serie A-05 Milan 1-0 Genoa

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SA-04 Lazio 1-1 Milan: No Answers As Milan Draw Again. There’s No Midfield Just Constant Long Balls Very Very Unlike Milan. Should AC-Milan Give Up The 4-3-3? What About Mastering EPL’s “Route-1” Style?

Sep 22, 2010 7:45 PM BST Serie A-04 Lazio 1-1 Milan
♥PREPARATION♥

Too Many Foreign Players Take Away Italian Youth Places – Demetrio Albertini Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal

Ex-AC Milan coach Leonardo open to Inter move Sep 19, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan legend Leonardo attacks Berlusconi Sep 19, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan chief Galliani stunned by Leonardo outburst against Berlusconi Sep 19, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Moggi impressed by Berlusconi blast from ex-AC Milan boss Leonardo Sep 20, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Former Milan Coach Leonardo Continues To Be Linked With Roma – Report Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
New buyers want Leonardo as Roma coach Sep 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Milan Attacker Robinho Set For Bench Role Against Lazio – Report Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal

Clarence Seedorf: Milan Must Solve Defensive Issue As Scoring Is Not Our Problem Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
Calcio Debate: A Message To Milan – No Tactics Is The Best Tactics For Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ronaldinho And Co Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal

♥OUTCOME – 1♥

Italy Lazio 1-1 Milan: Sergio Floccari Leaves It Late To Steal A Point For The Aquile Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Ignazio Abate
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Massimiliano Allegri
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section: Allegri & Senior Midfielder Trio (Seedorf&Pirlo&Gattuso)

Clarence Seedorf: Everyone Will See The Real Milan Soon Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-bally bkk / 6:09 PM Sep 20, 2010: If every player play like Boateng in the last match, I’m sure we will win this match. don’t say you love this club but you didn’t run for this club / [Agree 35 : Disagree 0]

Lazio 1, Milan 1: No Answers As Milan Draw Again Sep 23, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) Unfortunately for Allegri, the decision to play Boateng instead of Robinho did not work out, as one would expect. Boateng’s strengths are his passion, commitment, and work rate, not his attacking flair. Utilising Boateng in the trident attack rendered his best attributes almost useless. (…)

Editorial Calcio Debate: Should Massimiliano Allegri And Milan Give Up The 4-3-3? Sep 23, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Boateng instead of Robinho (…) However, on the field it was the same 4-3-3 system as always, just with Boateng in the wide role where the injured Alexandre Pato would normally be – alongside Ibrahimovic and Ronaldinho. Once again, the system was exposed (…) attacking and stylish football (…) Manchester United were the masters of exposing Milan (…) Serie A sides have also figured out that there is plenty of room to exploit in midfield, in front of the defence and for the full-backs on the flanks if they set up correctly. (…)

♥OUTCOME – 2♥

Bolton Coach Satisfied With His Players Out Of “Route-1” Style Of Play Sep 27, 2010 / By Goal – Korean
Korean Derby at EPL: Bolton Wanderers 2-2 Manchester United Sep 27, 2010 / By football365.com
Bolton are still synonymous with “ROUTE-1” football but a two-dimensional picture is belatedly emerging under the management of Owen Coyle. While their first goal against Manchester United, a Zat Knight flick direct from a corner, was straight out of the manual bequeathed by Sam Allardyce, their second must have been particularly satisfying for their new boss. As a consequence of combination play between Lee Chung Yong and Martin Petrov, then Lee and Johan Elmander, and finally Elmander and Petrov, it amounted to, in slightly exaggerated terms, a fusion of two footballing cultures. Multi-culturalism might just be Bolton’s next route to relative success.

(JIWON: Meanwhile, I start to find something strange. I remember to find couple of comments on this phenomenon during the previous game. Now, it’s becoming usual happenings. What’s more interesting is that in EPL, which is a home of ROUTE-1, long ball play with its humorous pass being to no-one down the line, they are happy to escape from their typical British Nickname. Whereas AC-Milan is training this football style very hard.

I just feel weird. Whenever something becomes issue among the Koreans soccer fans or voters, the same thing happens in Italy. Including ‘Loser’ girl in hot water: “Short men are losers.” (Nov 13, 2009) or A Left-Wing-Referee robbed us of three goals – Berlusconi (Sep 12, 2010) or even Korean Politician Expelled From His Party For Sexual Remarks (Jul 20, 2010). Just funny.)

Lazio 1-1 Milan: Sergio Floccari Leaves It Late To Steal A Point For The Aquile Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Som India / 9:45 PM Sep 22, 2010: Poor, poor performance. Milan is playing like Inter when they used to play long balls to Ibrahimovic. What about shots on goals? Where was Robinho? Why do Gattuso and Seedorf still merit a first team spot? / [Agree 11 : Disagree 1]
Comment-forza – milan / 9:49 PM Sep 22, 2010: DISSAPOINTINGG!” I give up hope seedorf and gattuso are beyond help our midfield is the worst in the world there’s no presence in there its like there is no midfield just constant long balls very very unlike milan dont know what has happend to milan but GOD HELP them soon rather then later / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]

Massimiliano Allegri Believes Milan Are On The Right Track Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Marijan Macedonia / 10:59 PM Sep 22, 2010: “I liked the way we played this evening” What was there to like, besides 3 chances, we had no idea what to do and we were lacking creativity, i would have liked how we played if we were in EPL where long ball is the answer to everything. / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]
Comment-MilanFan Macedonia / 11:01 PM Sep 22, 2010: We will be on the right track when you stop playing seedorf and gattuso and when you will put Pirlo more forward not playing long balls all night long it makes me sick!!! We wanted 4 aces in the team not Robinho on the bench when even Pato is not available… / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Jimbo Romania / 11:19 PM Sep 22, 2010: Exactly, we’re MILAN for Christ’s sake, and thus we’re not on the right track, we ought to be winning not drawing!!! But this isn’t the time to get alarmed, if we’re not 2nd after 10 rounds, then i think Allegri should be sacked! PS: Pirlo SUCKED today, you can’t just throw the ball in the air when you’ve got talents like Ronnie, Seedorf and Ibrahimovic in front of you, they can do magic with the ball at their feet, they’re not volleyball players!! FORZA MILAN!!! / [Agree 23 : Disagree 5]

♥AS FOR IBRACADABRA♥

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-holey city of heroes / 12:12 PM Sep 21, 2010: this is, i think, the different philosophy about football that zlatan used to. As in Inter, the team was playing for him. And it seems it suits zlatan well so milan try to emulate it to. And as for zlatan time in barca, they play differently arent they. the barca team not playing for particular player, but the player itself playing for the team. / [Agree 36 : Disagree 5]

(JIWON: Now, I no more want to post this kind of comment. Thanks in advance.)

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Forza Milan / 11:13 PM Sep 21, 2010: I do not think that Milan needs to be structured around Ibra. Ibra needs to weave in with the team he is doing great just needs to find his tempo. What really gets me is how come last match Allegri didn’t play Robinho?! dont get me wrong i love inzaghi such a beast but i would have thought the startin line up was ronnie robinho and ibra upfront. ibra is not a player who will run around the pitch he is an 18 yard box player with mad skills! he can’t play on the left or right he is a CF!!! / [Agree 6 : Disagree 5]
Comment-Trec Milan / 12:57 PM Sep 21, 2010: I think he is right in the extent that Ibra needs to be fed more ball upfront, last game he had to few passes because he was marked by defense. Ibra is strong and can hold the ball from 3 defenders at same time so while he is doing that others need to be prepared to run cause he will find you and assist you, Pato is great for that cause he is fast. Off course they need to play as a team but also use the strenght of Ibra. / [Agree 14 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Forza MILAN / 1:01 PM Sep 21, 2010: He dosent mean only play ibra but they need to pass him more as he is strong and can hold down 3 defenders from the ball. Like the back-heel pass he gave Seedorf, he had all the defenders drawn to him before he passed it to a free Seedorf. We can use his power to get other players free and also find Ibra better so he can score more. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Ibradinho Forza Milan / 2:11 PM Sep 21, 2010: Some of you say they need to focus on Dinho but he is not the striker upfront it is Ibra. Offcourse there already is focus on Ronaldinho as he plays every game and have the passes that is needed to find Ibrahimovic. I agree they need to find Ibra better and give him more passes as we will score more goals that way. Dinho already has what he needs he gets the ball on the midfield and create an attack, Whats missing is more ball to Ibra so he can score alot of those goals vs Auxerre, also make assists. / [Agree 11 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Jake u / 2:26 PM Sep 21, 2010: Midfield needs to start move around more as it will open up the defense and it will create space for Ibra to score upfront. He definitely needs more passes as he make great assists as well as goals. Pato is fast and he can get alot of good balls from Ibra. Also he can give Ibra good passes to. Ronaldinho when he is moving more makes great play for Ibra SO DINHO NEEDS TO KEEP RUNNING. Ibra has the strength we need and he has an excellent touch and can score a bunch of goals if he gets more ball to his feet / [Agree 18 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Interesting. Their debate always ends with Dinho and resume with Pato.)

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Maaz Canada / 2:35 PM Sep 21, 2010: Ronaldinho seems to be connecting with Ibra on one side, but the other side seems to have trouble getting balls through to him. Pato is not exceptional at passing and thats a real problem. I think Allegri needs to work on some Ibra-Pato or Ibra-Robinho chemistry for the other side. Personally I prefer Pato as he adds the dimension of pace, but he needs to work on passing and not getting injured. / [Agree 16 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Thomas Seattle / 8:07 PM Sep 21, 2010: MAAZ from Canada, your hella right! we always go up the left through Ronaldinho! if he has a bad game were gonna have trouble scoring / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Max M / 1:08 PM Sep 21, 2010: I can see where he is coming from as Ibra has got to few good passes to work on. Its hard to find him when he is being marked by defenders. But if everybody attack and show that they are a treaht Ibra will get space and get more passes. Ibra is a great man for getting the defenders focus on him and then assist someone else or score himself. As for Pato he is fast and can be a great player for Ibra to pass when he has defenders on him. BUT PATO IS YOUNG AND STILL LEARNING, Ibra is a stronger striker. / [Agree 19 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: And PATO never believes he is young, especially when he wants to go out with Miss Brazil. 🙂 )

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Chima Nigeria / 3:13 PM Sep 24, 2010: Milan cannot centre play on ibra because IF U MAKE HIM NOTICEABLE he will have problem with Genoa defence WHICH MIGHT CAUSE INJURY FOR HIM rather midfielders must play a fast tactics releasing balls for both Ibra and Pato. Allegri must wake up! / [Agree 3 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Very interesting comment. Should I write more?)

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ayam Tambatan KL / 7:32 AM Sep 22, 2010: I miss the days when Milan was built around an attacking midfielder i.e. Kaka, Boban etc. But I guess right now Milan does not have an attacking midfielder to begin with! / [Agree 14 : Disagree 6]
Comment-Milan nr 1. / 2:42 PM Sep 21, 2010: Wtf are u guys talking about! Allegri is so right. This is what we bought Ibra for, so he can score those goals to make us start winning. Dont take it so serious we all know its about the team and everybody helps but the fact that Ibra needs more passes is obvious now and we will find him upfront so he can score and make assists. Ronaldinho and Ibra plays great together and Dinho will find him easy as he is brilliant at it. So a little more ball to Ibra and its good. DEFENSE YES IT NEEDS WORK. / [Agree 25 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Therefore, this hilarious debate ends with…“DEFENSE YES IT NEEDS WORK”. 😦 )

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-THC TandT / 4:33 PM Sep 21, 2010: No sure putting all the eggs in one basket is a good for the team (Milan nr1). Ibra is a good point man, but if all our tactics go through him THEN ALL OTHER TEAMS WILL READ THE PLAYS. If this is our strategy AND IBRA GETS INJURED THEN Milan will be back to where we started. Our weakness is not in attack its our defense and midfield. They can’t get the ball up. Putting players in positions they don’t play in just to have them on the field is a mistake, look at Pirlo and Seedoorf they are a mess. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Of course, there were many comments about POOR defense and midfield. But I now don’t want to post their insulting specific names.)

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Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Azzurri Hong Kong / 11:24 AM Sep 19, 2010: Please arrange Abate to replace Bonera for right back. Bonera’s speed is slow and his crossing is bad. For Abate, his speed is very fast. And his one on one tackle is nice. If his other defenses skill and crossing are improved, he can be very great right backer. AC Milan and Italy national team need his style! / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: The one above was “Bonera vs. Abate”. Now, I find that Abate is “Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating’. And something is weird here. Is there Abate-Fan-Club in this comment section? Or are they simply telling the truth? I feel weird, since there was no such support in case of Bonera.)

Lazio 1-1 Milan: Sergio Floccari Leaves It Late To Steal A Point For The Aquile Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Rieza Nagoya / 8:34 PM Sep 22, 2010: Maaaan, I’m frustrated with Milan. Of all Milan players, I think that Pirlo should be the ultimate guy to be benched. With guys like Dinho, Ibra, and Robinho, we dont need Pirlo anymore. His place in Mid can be replaced with real battling midfielder, that can cover our wing back more effective (esp Abate, a Winger IMO). I wish we have Lassana Diarra in that spot. / [Agree 11 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Chris Greece / 10:55 PM Sep 22, 2010: Flop of the match was Ronie not poor Abate, the guy is not a DR. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 2]
Comment-sami syria / 11:07 PM Sep 22, 2010: the flops were seedorf and dinho.. abate did ok. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 1]

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Lazio 1-1 Milan: Sergio Floccari Leaves It Late To Steal A Point For The Aquile Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-arian houston / 10:48 PM Sep 22, 2010: Milan has 3 problems. and they are.. 1.Gattuso 2.Pirlo and 3.Seedorf. they are handicapping the team with their lack of speed and their old age. PIRLO AND SEEDORF LOOK LIKE THEY ARE PLAYING SLOW MOTION OUT THERE. and dont even get me started on Gattuso, he was done 2 years ago. no idea HOW and WHY he is starting on such a team. i dont even think he would be starting for LECCE if he was on their roster / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

Massimiliano Allegri Believes Milan Are On The Right Track Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-nazmihares Vancouver / 11:31 PM Sep 22, 2010: Is Allegri gay with Gattusso or sumtin’? Stop starting him. Sub maybe, but not start. Start benching Pirlo, we need a faster playmaker. When Pirlo plays slow, opposition defence are all reorganized. / [Agree 42 : Disagree 6]

Robinho Likely Starters In Lazio – Milan Clash Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-ROSSONERI U.S.A / 3:06 PM Sep 20, 2010: PIRLO AND SEEDORF CAN ONLY PLAY ONE GAME A WEEK AT 100% FITNESS, and ONLY 1 of them can be on the pitch at a time. Flamini, and Boateng have to start all the time, and if one starts to get tired, then bring Ambrosini in. Allegri you have an AGING SQUAD, and PLAYING YOUR OLD PLAYERS CONSTANTLY WITHOUT REST WILL ONLY HURT the team’s tittle bids and cause poor performances like the Catania game. / [Agree 35 : Disagree 1]

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-ROSSONERI U.S.A / 2:20 PM Sep 21, 2010: Pirlo and Seedorf can’t play on the pitch at the same time. Playing them both makes the team unbalanced. Not to mention that both do the same thing now and Pirlo does his job better. So now that you have a crowded fixture list, you should rotate between the 2. It’ll keep them really fresh and motivated. Flamini and Boateng must start every game and when one gets tired Ambrosini should be brought in. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Hassan Lebanon / 1:31 PM Sep 21, 2010: i cant stand how Allegri play seedorf 2 full games in 3 days, and i think he is stupid enough to play him tomorrow, a full time also.. seedorf can only play 45 mins, plz Allegri are u kidding us???!!!! / [Agree 29 : Disagree 1]

Clarence Seedorf: Everyone Will See The Real Milan Soon Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 11:40 AM Sep 21, 2010: Well let’s see. ATM it doesn’t look like Allegri’s trident works. I’d like to see Ibra as a lone striker with Pato-Dinho-Prince supporting like this Ibra Ronalidhino-Prince-Pato. Seedorf can only play one game at 90 mins and so far he has been junk in all games. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Different articles. Different participants. But the same comments.)

♥AS FOR FLOP-MIDFIELD (Gattuso/R)♥

Lazio 1, Milan 1: No Answers As Milan Draw Again Sep 23, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) In addition, it should be a priority of Allegri not to play Gattuso unless absolutely necessary. The World Cup winner has experienced a dramatic decline in form in the last two seasons and is now completely useless. Given that he was once the best defensive midfielder in the world, one almost feels embarrassed for Rino as he is continuously been asked to fulfil a role he no longer can but once did so well.

(JIWON: Interesting. This debate is going from PIRLO to DINHO.)

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Robinho Likely Starters In Lazio – Milan Clash Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-cody milanesta / 3:02 PM Sep 20, 2010: im tired of caling pirlo off. pirlo is opposite of other midfielders in the world. he does not need any space. he needs crowd. pirlo need a company. a fighter. he was totally alone in this match. we need to play 4-3-2-1 or 4-2-2-2 i will start like this based on our injuries. abbiati-nesta-tiago-abate-antonini-pirlo-boateng-strasser (or merkel)- ronni-robinho-ibra in 4-3-2-1 not 4-3-3 we need to get to center and be faster in counter. in this shape we will beat every defensive teams with patience / [Agree 16 : Disagree 3]
Comment-toro toro dubai / 9:44 PM Sep 20, 2010: agree with rossoneri USA, do not with cody, pirlo’s time is over since schevchenko left the club, his role was created by the master ancelotti with 3 strong deffence and one at time attacking back (either cafu or serginho) and beside that 2 strong defensive midfield (gattusu and ambro) now all these are gone including ancelotti who created this system and reach 3 CL finals and won 2, now the whole team depend on ronie and waiting for his magic to assist!! this is very wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! / [Agree 9 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Oh my… I’m tired of reading comments on Flop-Pirlo. And then, they start to talk about “Rossoneri’s Definition of PIRLO”. Therefore, I’m studying.)

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-galhi milan / 8:41 PM Sep 21, 2010: just dont play pirlo no more!! he’s useless in the last 2 or 3 years behind!!!! just play seedorf, boateng and flamini! that will do it! / [Agree 9 : Disagree 13]

Massimiliano Allegri Believes Milan Are On The Right Track Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Jimbo Romania / 11:19 PM Sep 22, 2010: Exactly, we’re MILAN for Christ’s sake, and thus we’re not on the right track, we ought to be winning not drawing!!! But this isn’t the time to get alarmed, if we’re not 2nd after 10 rounds, then i think Allegri should be sacked! PS: Pirlo SUCKED today, you can’t just throw the ball in the air when you’ve got talents like Ronnie, Seedorf and Ibrahimovic in front of you, they can do magic with the ball at their feet, they’re not volleyball players!! FORZA MILAN!!! / [Agree 23 : Disagree 5]
Comment-MilanFan Macedonia / 11:01 PM Sep 22, 2010: We will be on the right track when you stop playing seedorf and gattuso and when you will put Pirlo more forward not playing long balls all night long it makes me sick!!! We wanted 4 aces in the team not Robinho on the bench when even Pato is not available… / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]

Milan Attacker Robinho Set For Bench Role Against Lazio – Report Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Jesse WA / 6:35 PM Sep 22, 2010: It will help Milan defend the counterattack better, but I am doubtful that it will help Milan penetrate Lazio’s defense. Another upside might be that Pirlo can play further forward where he could potentially link up more efficiently with Ibra and Dinho. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: And weirdly, they are talking both PIRLO and DINHO.)

Clarence Seedorf: Everyone Will See The Real Milan Soon Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-old lady turin / 8:08 PM Sep 20, 2010: EVERYONE KNOWS HOW TO PLAY MILAN. IT IS THE SAME WAY FROM 2 YEARS AGO. sit back & let them get all the possession, intercept the ball & hit them fast on the counter. (i saw catania having a 4 on 2 counter-attack. I JUST HAD TO LAUGH.) milan must ask themselves what is the role of pirlo. at least seedorf can create something, but does pirlo do. pirlo main creative move is a chip over the defence looking for strikers. most of the time these chip pass goes out of play. the guy does nothing offensively nor defensively. (milan defence needs protection, i think that boateng & flamini should be their holding midfielder) isnt better for milan to play with 2 defensive mid / [Agree 13 : Disagree 2]
Comment-MilanFan Macedonia / 8:55 PM Sep 20, 2010: I agree with old lady turin: Pirlo does not do good job although when he is on his best there is no one better around, but that is very rare in the last few years. He plays only long balls from middle of the court and it does not go well he should play more forward like Fabregas do & he has always been average in defence. We must play with two CM Flamini&Prince and buy good AMF like Ganso. Also Pirlo is too tired he always plays… he need some rest… / [Agree 15 : Disagree 0]
Comment-toro toro dubai / 9:59 PM Sep 20, 2010: i reapeat Pirlo’s role created by the master ancelotti when Sheva was available and 2 deffensive mids around him (gattuso/ambro) and free player (fastest with the ball at that time Kaka) plus one of either cafu or serginho play attack wing back, carlo managed 3 CL finals and won 2 with this system, now those players are not as 5 years ago! everybody play the ball to ronie and watch for his magic, pathatic, we should give chance to young talented players as we did in the past, come on allegri get balls / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]
Comment-sid loose balls / 11:01 PM Sep 20, 2010: yo toro toro whats rong with u bro ambrosini did not play under ancelotti / [Agree 5 : Disagree 1]
Comment-toro toro dubai / 5:46 AM Sep 21, 2010: “sid” I am talking about Pirlo’s role during his best time, its been always supported by 2 midfields R&L always Gattuso and Ambro or Seedorf with free playmaker Rui Costa and then Kaka and fast CF, now you can not play this way, i agree with Milanista. DINHO BECAME SLOWER AND IF ANY TEAM KEEP HIM ISOLATED THEN WE ARE DEAD, we should play football as a team and we have good players, with blind eyes i will pass all balls to ronie and wait his magic, seedorf/ambro/pirlo/gattuso should not start up / [Agree 1 : Disagree 1]

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Lazio 1-1 Milan: Sergio Floccari Leaves It Late To Steal A Point For The Aquile Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Chris Greece / 10:55 PM Sep 22, 2010: Flop of the match was Ronie not poor Abate, the guy is not a DR. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 2]
Comment-littlemorella Nesta lover No.1 germany / 11:09 PM Sep 22, 2010: Dinho played really weak, tonight! He now counts on Ibra too much. Best Milan Man= Boateng!2. Silva. I really hope that Allegri wake up + will use Merkel now. Strange subs + timing again. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milan Fan Milan / 11:54 AM Sep 21, 2010: RONALDINHO SHOULD START RUNNING!! i haven’t seen him run more than 11 times in the last 2 years. Most of the time he sprints a couple of feet and crosses or passes but plays mostly walking. If this goes on I would want Robinho to play in his position Milan will score a lot more goals. / [Agree 15 : Disagree 8]
Comment-Jake u / 2:26 PM Sep 21, 2010: Midfield needs to start move around more as it will open up the defense and it will create space for Ibra to score upfront. He definitely needs more passes as he make great assists as well as goals. Pato is fast and he can get alot of good balls from Ibra. Also he can give Ibra good passes to. Ronaldinho when he is moving more makes great play for Ibra SO DINHO NEEDS TO KEEP RUNNING. Ibra has the strength we need and he has an excellent touch and can score a bunch of goals if he gets more ball to his feet / [Agree 18 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Ooops. 😦 )

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mito Skopje, Macedonia / 12:29 PM Sep 21, 2010: Cammon Alegri please stop the 4-3-3 system. There is no joy in Milan’s play, it’s just Ronaldinho crossing over and over again (No wonder 70% of the goals are assisted by Dinho), VERY BORING and PREDICTABLE. Plus our playmaker PIRLO IS USELESS IN THIS FORMATION. So all Milan funs please give support to our old systems like the 4-4-2 dymond or the crismas three. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Chris Greece / 1:57 PM Sep 21, 2010: Allegri make your calls & show us a differnece on the pitch cause we dream of a great Milan, not one that cannot beat Catania or Cesena. I also believe we will win easily Lazio, cause this team can win anyone when the opponent is playing for the win too. The problem is when they are defending altogether, only there Milan seems to be VERY PREDICTABLE and depending too much on Ronaldinho/Pato. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 11]

Clarence Seedorf: Everyone Will See The Real Milan Soon Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milanista Milano / 4:31 AM Sep 21, 2010: Sorry guys, I have to agree with Ben Texas on one part. Dinho is just being extremely lazy of late. He’s not tracking back, not running, not dribbling. The only thing he’s doing is passing through balls, and that is not good enough because it leaves a BIG gap in midfield. The 4-3-3 system soley relies on him. If he has a good day, he would help out the mids and hold the ball well, thus opening space for Ibra and Pato. If he has a bad day, The midfield is doomed. Step it up Dinho. I believe in you / [Agree 3 : Disagree 5]
Comment-jooce colombia / 5:52 AM Sep 24, 2010: Why are people so hard on Dinho when he has at least 2 people on him the second he touches the ball and usually as many as 3 defenders waiting for him. Losing Pato KILLED what Dinho was able to do because they don’t have to defend both sides again. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: It’s getting serious. Real professional, indeed. I promise. Dinho will the very first PROFESSIONAL to read this. 🙂 )

Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-harisen Australia / 12:51 PM Sep 21, 2010: Ibra = main goal scorer, Pato on Right and Robinho on the Left, give Ronaldinho a Free attacking role. Bonera out, Zambro or Abate in (RB)… our midfield has been poor, imagine no boateng… pirlo and seedorf went unseen for the catania match and similar situation against cesena but different players in the midfield – fix it quick / [Agree 16 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Hamed Tehran / 6:33 AM Sep 22, 2010: I’m not very optimistic about you Allegri. In the game against Catania you prisoned Ronaldinho in the left corner so that they easily marked him with two constant defenders. Let him have more freedom, let him be closer to target, let him change his place from left to right and right to left many times in the game to confuse rival’s defenders. Now you are wasting him. He has many more potentials. / [Agree 15 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: What about this?)

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Milan Must Play For Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Massimiliano Allegri Sep 21, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-John B Bangkok / 10:16 AM Sep 24, 2010: football cant be one man game… build ard him… thats great but only him.. thats bad.. atlast we r milan, full of champions….. well i think the first thing milan shud do is build ard u first ALLEGRI…. now u need to understand this is milan not catania… use ur resourses…… we got one of the best team on earth… but the results showin is v v v poor… for me milan shud be able to dominate almost every game but it happen only in the first match.. but not anymore / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

Lazio 1-1 Milan: Sergio Floccari Leaves It Late To Steal A Point For The Aquile Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-erik oslo / 10:46 PM Sep 22, 2010: Leonardo didnt start off well either. wait a couple of months before counting out Allegri and the new players. You guys are so impatient its funny. / [Agree 3 : Disagree 0]

Massimiliano Allegri Believes Milan Are On The Right Track Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milanista121 USA / 11:05 PM Sep 22, 2010: The result is okay depending on your choice of formation, and for this game, it’s okay that you didn’t play Flamini and Robinho from the start. I hope you will next time, Boateng does wonders in the middle, and Boateng with Flamini in the middle, no one would pass through, with Pirlo or Seedorf in front of them, and Robinho out wide, and every other player just like today and we’re set. I hope you’ll realize this for the game agaisnt Genoa. / [Agree 11 : Disagree 40]

Milan Attacker Robinho Set For Bench Role Against Lazio – Report Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milan milan / 7:30 PM Sep 22, 2010: all of u guys r stupid. merkel and strasser and PROMISING players not great yet. arsenal has great youth players but does wilshire play every game. NO. u cant start throwing young players into the mix until we start winning matches. they arent ready yet physically or mentally. once the starters gel then they wiull get there time / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]

Clarence Seedorf: Everyone Will See The Real Milan Soon Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-RicardoFonseca Montreal / 6:32 PM Sep 20, 2010: Guys, this isn’t PES where you buy young players and they magically develop.. There’s a reason why some young players don’t play, Pato is young but he definitely has the quality to back his selections.. But did you see Oduamendi against Catania ? He just made mistakes after mistakes.. Same goes for Papastatopoulos against Cesena.. Everyone is so comfortable behind a computer telling the coach should do that and that like they know everything about the players, the way they train, etc.. / [Agree 6 : Disagree 1]
Comment-RicardoFonseca Montreal / 6:40 PM Sep 20, 2010: From the friendlies our young players looked good.. But these are friendlies, you’re not gonna see teams play like Cesena or Catania in pre-season friendlies. So if Allegri promote our youngsters BEFORE THEY’RE FULLY READY, and then they break their teeth against good opponents (not even talking about Inter, just squads like Cesena, with good tactics), then it’s still gonna be the coach’s fault according to some fans… Geez I’d really hate to be coach nowadays… / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: From time to time, good comments appear, as usual. Rare, though.)

Lazio 1-1 Milan: Sergio Floccari Leaves It Late To Steal A Point For The Aquile Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milanfan earth / 8:41 PM Sep 22, 2010: allegri’s tactics make no sense. why isn’t boateng in the central midfield? why are robinho and flamini on the bench? why does the midfield have pirlo, seedorf AND gattuso? that midfield has no pace what so ever!!!! / [Agree 11 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Allegri’s Brain Waiting to be found / 9:34 PM Sep 22, 2010: Someone tell Allegri where I am… he’s making stupid decisions without me. For example, Gattuso to start, Robinho only substituted in with 4mins to go, expecting him to win the game with so little time. / [Agree 84 : Disagree 0]
Comment-post my comment / 9:48 PM Sep 22, 2010: we can argue about most of football’ing material as everyone has his own point of view.. i can accept anything, but to field robinho in the 88th minute .. u must be kidding me / [Agree 38 : Disagree 4]

Milan Attacker Robinho Set For Bench Role Against Lazio – Report Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ajibola Dagenham / 5:23 PM Sep 22, 2010: Allegri is digging his grave by fielding more over 30year old players in the midfield which further reduces our strenght and pace in the midfield therefore exposing us to counter attack. It’s a shame this guy has no gut to say no to senior players when necessary bcos i see no reason why Gatuso shld be in his line up when Flamini is available. I wish him well BUT…. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Maaz Canada / 6:44 PM Sep 22, 2010: Allegri is going to commit suicide with this idea. Milan’s midfield is very weak, but throwing on more midfielders like Ambrosini and Gattuso does more harm and good. Just stick to Flamini, Boateng and Pirlo. I dont mind 4-4-2 if Merkel is the 4th midfielder, otherwise its just stupid. He is just redesigning the formation to accommodate ambrosini and gattuso, who dont deserve to play. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 3]

(JIWON: Just like this comment, I am curious if Allegri is NOT Berlusconi’s BUT those senior players’ victim. Time will tell.)

Massimiliano Allegri Believes Milan Are On The Right Track Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Miha Slo / 11:07 PM Sep 22, 2010: Oh Allegri .. I begin to wonder if you’re the right coach for Milan .. Playing Seedorf ? Gatuso? Bonera (the last games)? Don’t you participate in training? Don’t you see they’re over their best years ? oh.. Robinho is on the bench ? Why ? / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Just like this comment, I am curious. What is happening in training?)

Massimiliano Allegri Believes Milan Are On The Right Track Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-UK Milanista UK / 11:43 PM Sep 22, 2010: 4-3-3 in the next match. abbiati, zambrotta,nesta,silva,antoninni, flamini,pirlo,boateng, ronaldinho,ibra,robinho. the front 3 need to be more interchanging with each other. more movement. / [Agree 33 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: And… The moment Allegri is forced to abandon his tactics, this comment appears again. Simply, there should be a CONSENSUS among the Rossoneri… sigh.)

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SA-03 Milan 1-1 Catania: Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced. “Typical-Mourinho-Type-Football” Is What AC-Milan Is Going To Face All Season Long. First Of All, Nobody Runs Back On The Counter Attack!

Sep 18, 2010 7:45 PM BST Serie A-03 Milan 1-1 Catania
♥PREPARATION♥

Champions League Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho: Me At Milan? I Love Inter Too Much Sep 16, 2010 / By Goal
Italy Former Milan Coach Leonardo: Silvio Berlusconi Is Incompatible; Inter? Never Say Never Sep 18, 2010 / By Goal

Italy Milan Confirm Alexandre Pato & Massimo Ambrosini Will Be Out For Up To Three Weeks With Injuries Sep 16, 2010 / By Goal

Italy Milan Star Ronaldinho: Silvio Berlusconi Is Like A Father To Me Sep 16, 2010 / By Goal

Italy Arrigo Sacchi Explains Verbal Spat With Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sep 17, 2010 / By Goal
Catania boss Giampaolo blasts AC Milan striker Ibrahimovic for Sacchi rap Sep 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Arrigo Sacchi Puts The Sweeteners On Verbal Spat With Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal

Editorial Quotes Of The Week: Italian Teams Play Defensive Football, Zlatan Ibrahimovic Kicks A Team-Mate Sep 17, 2010 / By Goal

We have to continue to work to find right balance – Milan’s Allegri Sep 16, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

♥OUTCOME♥

Italy Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Ronaldinho
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Kevin-Prince Boateng
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Daniele Bonera
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Massimiliano Allegri
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section: Allegri & Bonera

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 18 – 21, 2010)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-harisen Australia / 12:58 AM Sep 12, 2010: i dont know i say the team work wasnt to bad to have put 2 or 3 goals in the net but to have them ruled out by either bad calls or the slightest of margin in which it could have gone both ways… u have the right idea in playing style, but u have the wrong idea in which players can give u that style, gattuso isnt wat he was a few years ago – should have let the 4 hooligans go from the beginning (dinho, ibra, pato, robinho)… anyway good wake up call WE TALKED TOO MUCH and now paid the price / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Richard Nowhere / 2:13 AM Sep 12, 2010: The only one to blame is Allegri not the players. First of all: take out BONERA(RB), for christ sake Abate is younger, faster and can cross! Bonera is slow as hell he cant come back in time when the other team makes counter attacks. Second of all: Take out Ambrosini, and put Flamini, flamini is younger, and better. Third of all: change formation to 4-2-3-1. the 2: pirlo and flamini helping the defence, and all the others attack if you do that im positive we will never lose. / [Agree 25 : Disagree 21]

Milan 2-0 Auxerre: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Brace Leads Rossoneri To Victory Sep 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-simon uk / 8:34 PM Sep 15, 2010: i just cant watch this game………. they play the same football like they did on saturday……..!!!!!!!!!! to be honest i dont think they can win this game……………… 100% milanista……… 😦 / [Agree 2 : Disagree 21]
Comment-simon uk / 10:53 PM Sep 15, 2010: well…we won at the end 🙂 and am so happy for ibra!!! but the fact is if we’ll not change our style of game and attitude in midfield and defense then better teams like real, barca or even inter are gonna eat us alive……. / [Agree 14 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: I couldn’t believe my eyes. I had to work twice. It was couple of hours before the game that I finished organizing this part, Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat (Sep 11, 2010), and I thought “BONERA” comment was unnecessary, so I deleted it. I just saved this one because it looked very weird. Wasn’t everybody talking about Gatusso in this miserable game? Then, I deleted it because I didn’t want to post a specific tactics, 4-2-3-1. After the game ended, Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti (Sep 18, 2010), I was so surprised at this comment that I had to read the entire comment section again to find this one.

Still, whichever tactics is none of my business. I find that they prefer 4-3-2-1 or 4-2-2-2 or 4-2-3-1 to 4-3-3. And I still have no idea about their difference. I just know that their favorite 4-2-2-2 is impossible whenever their favorite Pato becomes injury-prone. How come they can force poor Allegri to use this tactics when they know Pato is not available? Weird.

After having a huge headache, I decide NOT to post any comments talking about FLOPS, such as Bonera or Gatusso or Oddo or Pirlo or Seedorf or Zambro unless they analyze the player’s minor/major characteristics. The same goes for the young players, unless I find something analytical comment.)

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 27, 2010)

(JIWON: Let’s start with this information.)

Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Lilian USA / 10:46 PM Sep 18, 2010: I think Robinho as injured so he was not available. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]
Comment-russel philippines / 10:47 PM Sep 18, 2010: the game schedules of milan affect them so much 3 days off is not enough to rest the players and thts y they getting tired easily. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 3]
Comment-mdogi pretoria / 10:27 AM Sep 19, 2010: in south africa they have already replaced serieA matches with french league on TV. this is like dejavu of last season when we were simply not good enough to collect points from vital games. our coach is still an amateur. if we dont get rid of old wood and bring in young players ibra and robinho buys will be useless. forza milan / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]

Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Okocha Ghana / 10:28 AM Sep 17, 2010: Milan coach must allow his star players to do what they know best, but shouldn’t forget to take charge of the game when it matters must. / [Agree 16 : Disagree 0]
Comment-kkitsam malaysia / 9:09 AM Sep 19, 2010: look at the bench. 2 DC, 1 RB. The only Sc is Oduamadi, OMG! i thought Merkel is a better option compared to Gattuso! If Thiago Silva is injured pls let others to play too, you sign Yepes coz he is good, also Papa. Let everyone hv games rather than risk injuring all the best player so early on! / [Agree 4 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: And then, they are offering another information, too, mainly about Milan’s rivals at Serie-A. No wonder Dinho is the first one to get it.)

Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “It is always hard to break through when there are men in numbers at the back. … This is football however, and we must keep working hard week by week.”

Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 10:50 PM Sep 18, 2010: This is what Milan is going to face all season long. Typical Mourinho type football. Get 11 men behind the ball and counter attack an over extended Milan defense. It’s what Cessena did and it’s exactly what Catania tried doing. It’s difficult to get the ball to Ibra in the box when he and Pippo are in there with 6 defenders and the keeper. Teams will play Milan for the tie or the draw in this way until Milan balances there team better. / [Agree 6 : Disagree 3]

Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milanista co / 12:27 PM Sep 19, 2010: Its hard for the midfield to get the ball up to attack cause all team now knows Milan attack is strong so they put their hole team in the goal area defending, you could hardly see Ibra cause he was crowded in the middle. And then we loose the ball and other team can attack on our weak defense who needs to connect better with one another. There is to much space and holes in the defense! / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

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Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Jesse WA / 9:21 PM Sep 18, 2010: Milan’s problem is that they’re too slow. They seem completely incapable of running any sort of counter attack and they rely too much on chip shots over Catania’s back line. / [Agree 14 : Disagree 0]
Comment-blah blah / 10:52 PM Sep 18, 2010: a) start robinho instead of inzaghi b) don’t put zlatan on the wing (though his passing was good he need to be CF) c) never start bonera, guy’s a clutz d) NOBODY RUNS BACK ON THE COUNTER ATTACK.. the only people that ran back on counters were nesta, boateng, and pirlo.. THAT’S SAD e) PLAY WITH PASSION AND PRESSURE THE BALL! everyone just kinda walked around the pitch.. ANNOYING. / [Agree 15 : Disagree 0]

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AC Milan vs Catania: Questionable Moves by Allegri Don’t Help Milan Sep 18, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Tim Fontenault (US College Student)
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Comment-Nick B (= MilanFan since Berlusconi): I am also baffled by Allegri selection. (…) I am really starting to believe that Allegri does not have the final word on who comes or goes. If the coach is not given the autonomy to bring in the players he requires Milan will continue to buy HAS BEEN players and SECOND RATED players like Onyewu, Bonera, Antonini, Yepes and Papa. That’s pretty pathetic! (…) Milan must also realise that players like Gattuso, Seedorf, Zambrotta, Ambrosini just dont cut it and cannot be relied on. They are too old, slow and they look awful. No desire or enthusiasm. These players must go! (…)

Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Vase Macedonia / 6:37 AM Sep 19, 2010: I think that is time for Seedorf, Gatuzo, Bonera, Odo, Jankulovski to leave the club and their MASSIVE WAGES and make room for players like Ganso, Maxwell and others. / [Agree 28 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Always, the problem is THEIR MASSIVE WAGES. Time will tell if this comment is right. How many will be able to be released from this curse? After so many thoughts, I decide to post EVERYTHING. Because… even if I hide something, AC-Milan’s true fans know EVERYTHING. Who knows? Part of them could prove their real talent. I remember that Boateng was also regarded as a second-rate.)

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Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Alien Mars / 10:31 PM Sep 18, 2010: sigh…..i guess i was right when i was doubting this coach…. i dont really get it, why on earth is Daniel Bonera consistently playing in the starting line up? arent Zambro, Yepes, Sokratis all better than him? Pippo is a supersub and too old to play for 85 mins, why would he start the game? why wasnt Robinho playing? / [Agree 11 : Disagree 0]

Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-keeb plnd / 11:37 PM Sep 18, 2010: pirlo and seedorf need to retire. top of the match was boateng. BONERA IS AWFUL WHEN GOING FORWARD. ronaldinho need to lose weight, play more at the border of the area, be aggressive and go for goals. ibra showed flashes of brilliance, the team must exploit these more. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 2]
Comment-forza – milan / 9:55 PM Sep 18, 2010: allegri needs to understand one thing BONERA CAN’T PLAY AS A WIDE DEFENDER WHETHER ITS LEFT OR RIGHT so allegri shud only keep bonera as a back up to either nesta or T.silva IN THE CENTRE, why doesnt he play zambrotta or even montelongo on the right back position instead of bonera???? / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Azzurri Hong Kong / 11:24 AM Sep 19, 2010: Please arrange Abate to replace Bonera for right back. BONERA’S SPEED IS SLOW AND HIS CROSSING IS BAD. For Abate, his speed is very fast. And his one on one tackle is nice. If his other defenses skill and crossing are improved, he can be very great right backer. AC Milan and Italy national team need his style! / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Sigh… I was tired of reading this kind of comment. Poor Bonera.)

Player Ratings: Milan 4-0 Lecce Aug 29, 2010 / By Goal
Daniele Bonera (7.0): Right-back was up against Lecce’smost threatening player in Djamel Mesbah but coped admirably and EVEN FOUND TIME TO GET FORWARD, particularly in the first half. / [Agree 455 : Disagree 31]

(JIWON: I still feel sorry for BONERA. After my previous posting, I happened to find that this poor guy was good during Player Ratings: Milan 4-0 Lecce. Clearly, coach Allegri was having a hard time after receiving TOO MUCH gifts from Sir Berlusconi. Not only I wonder how this VERY-SLOW player was able to receive a good review, but also I’m curious how this same technique was able to turn into this kind of disastrous result just weeks later. Whether he is a second-rate player or not, I believe that he or any Milan players should learn how to prove, should be able to prove his very best during…)

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Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-cody milanesta / 11:24 AM Sep 19, 2010: i dont know what you are complaining. we had some bad players we had some bad performance last night. but the main problem was tactic of the team. i can show you 100 time when pirlo dont know who should passing because of our empty mid. seedorf was a left mid and boateng was a attacking righ mid and our only central was pirlo. in barca the team that allegry are trying to be like them they have always two hardworkers. i think we need to play ambro-flamini and merkel strasser as sub / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]

Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Cicco OZ / 4:09 AM Sep 19, 2010: When Milan won against Lecce 4-0 and Pirlo played a great game every body was saying how great he is. Now he has a bad game and he is finished. Pirlo has never been about pace, he is a fantastic player and when he plays well Milan play well. But also he also needs quick players around him to be 100% affective. Seedorf, Ambrosini and Gattuso are too slow Flamini has never had a good game for Milan. that only leaves Boatang. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 1]
Comment-me here / 11:49 PM Sep 18, 2010: Pirlo isn’t milans only problem in midfield but hes the only one that plays constantly, he starts for italy, milan (league and CL) on a regular basis. His body can’t handle it anymore and it makes him tired and inconsistent. Seedorf and gattuso need to be dropped permanently. Bonera should never play, i’d rather see yepes or sokratis in defence / [Agree 30 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Please compare the one above with the rest comments. They are talking about the same FLOP, especially Pirlo.)

Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-thomasino roma / 10:52 PM Sep 19, 2010: we lacked midfield power. pirlo and seedorf didnt mark, they left d whole marking on prince bcos he is young and an african man. Allegri is a stupid coach and we cant win anything if this guy dont select d right player. Forza MILAN / [Agree 8 : Disagree 8]

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Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Forza Milan / 11:22 AM Sep 19, 2010: Ibra was crowded in the middle not getting the passes and chances he needed. When we cant find Ibra we need to have Pato. Also Ibra made great goal chances to the others with his passes but he needed to be the finisher cause Seedorf isnt good enough. If Pato would play and get those passes from Ibra he would score. We need to be prepared that teams will mark Ibra upfront and then we need backup strikers like Pato but he is always injured. Robinho?? why didnt he play. Pirlo was just awful. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

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♥AS FOR STRASSER, who is 9 years Ibra’s junior and therefore wants a SECRET revenge 🙂 ♥

Italy Arrigo Sacchi Explains Verbal Spat With Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sep 17, 2010 / By Goal
Catania boss Giampaolo blasts AC Milan striker Ibrahimovic for Sacchi rap Sep 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Arrigo Sacchi Puts The Sweeteners On Verbal Spat With Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: This scandal, if it is really called a scandal, is none of my business. However…)

“Rodney Strasser säger att det var ett skämt” Sep 16, 2010 / By fotboll.expressen.se

Ibra acting like a jerk in training (Video) Sep 16, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC was laughing; Rodney Strasser was feeling the pain: With all know that Ibra has fantastic shoot skills, and during yesterday’s final training before Auxerre Champions League match, Rodney Strasser felt it well, as the Sweden kicked him in the back. It seems to be for no reason whatsoever, as then Ibra went to the side, laughing with Ronaldinho, who saw the young African midfielder getting hurt.

Goal-Forum: (29yr-old) Zlatan Ibrahimovic kicks a teammate (20yr-old) Rodney Strasser Sep 16, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-tompson / 09-16-2010, 07:29 PM: “Strasser säger att det var ett skämt” You can all take a chill-pill. Strasser himself says it was just a joke. His good friend and national teammate Mohamed Bangura spoke with him on the phone and asked about it. Strasser says “No, no, no. It was just a joke”. The Bangura interview comes from a Swedish newspaper and was published today.

Ibra acting like a jerk in training (Video) Sep 16, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-mario milanista says: September 16, 2010: i have watched the whole video and there is a lot of fooling and pranks going around on the pitch there, but for the Ibra-Strasser thing, it really doesn’t look like it was meant as fun, for me. I am only waiting to hear a statement from ether coach, zlatan or strasser himself, and as this has gotten so much coverage i do hope they will put en end to it, even if it wasn’t a joke. No matter, i don’t like what i see. Ave played football for ages, and i have also done pranks on teammates on the pitch, and therefore i know that sometimes there is more behind the “prank” then just the joke… witch is for me, what this seems like.
Comment-KingJanko says: September 16, 2010: Relax, it was a joke, Swedish TV asked him about it last night, he just laughed and said it was a joke. And it’s not a kick, it’s a tap on his shoulder. And now, if Strasser “felt the pain” then god don’t let him out on the field, imagine what will happen to him when he gets tackled by a big Englishman…
Comment-milansince87 says: September 16, 2010: he is just a 20 year old kid and he was kicked by 29 y.o. tkd black belt giant.. i can’t recall these kind of incidents happening when paolo and billy where around.. i just hope that the older guys(pirlo, rino, max, nesta, seedorf) will step up and won’t let this evolve to something more serious, whether it was a joke or not.
Comment-dario says: September 17, 2010: wtf is the fuss about .. watch the full video like posted earlier .. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDDKG5I2aTA .. you guys never played in a team @ milansince87 how the hell would you know there was no milanchannel back then .. forza Ibra forza Milan
Comment-milansince87 says: September 17, 2010: hey man, I m not here to start a fight with anyone. i m just saying that he has a bit of bad reputation and that unfortunately he is known for occasionally causing a few problems with his teammates. anyway, i hope it was nothing but a joke cuz finally the team has a striker whose style of play reminds a Bit of marco. and yes, I ve been on teams. not professionally.

(JIWON: To be honest, I want to believe that it was a joke. What was interesting, besides this kicking scandal, was that lots of people were talking about young Strasser’s talent. I think… If I were Ibra, I would NEVER touch un-attractive junior like this. As everyone knows, Ibra has fantastic shoot skills. And currently, NOT everyone knows that this kicking skill is sometimes not perfect. 😦 )

It Was Nice Seeing Milan & Zlatan Ibrahimovic Flop – Inter President Massimo Moratti Sep 13, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Ibrahimovic’s penalty? Under a certain aspect it was the perfect day for Interisti. He hit the post, perhaps he never made a mistake, but he failed to score,” Moratti told the club’s official website. (…)

(JIWON: I think only Strasser knows IT; whether or not his NEW teammate regained the accuracy of his techniques. If Strasser felt a PAIN, as Ibra (carefully) kicked him in the back, AC-Milan should really worry about its 2010-11 season. 😦 )

AC Milan vs Catania: Questionable Moves by Allegri Don’t Help Milan Sep 18, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Tim Fontenault (US College Student)
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Comment-Nick B (= MilanFan since Berlusconi): (…) The team did not need Ibra. Ibra might have played well in your regards but he was too static during the game and he does not look motivated. If the entire team played with Boateng and Inzaghi’s desire and enthusiasm then Milan would have won. Borriello would have done better than Ibra in last night’s game. If you analyze the first game against Leece, Borriello’s movement on and off the ball freed up a lot of space for Pato and Ronaldinho; hence the 4-0 victory. (…)

(JIWON: Whether it was a joke or not, this is what happened after this training, along with Catania boss Giampaolo blasts AC Milan striker Ibrahimovic for Sacchi rap. Basically, it was one Korean comment, who mentioned Ibra’s selfish performance during this game. But somehow, all the comment section except this article were praising Ibra’s contribution. And I don’t know what means “Selfish” or “Isolated”. Therefore, my posting this comment is not to criticize Ibra’s performance. It’s rather to please 9 years Ibra’s junior, Rodney Strasser, if this young guy ever had a bad feeling that moment. That moment, I realized that Robinho was not the only BABY-FACE. 🙂 )

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Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Adrian Vancouver / 4:47 AM Sep 19, 2010: I agree with almost all of you but I have to say something about Dinho… I know he gave the assist for the goal but on the 2nd half, he was just trying to cross the ball over and over again. Where’s his confidence on dribbling throughout defenders with speed? He is not fat anymore, did you see on the Champions League at the end when he took of his shirt? He is fit! / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: It was while I was comparing International comments with the Korean ones. I just can’t trust the manipulated comment section of www.GOAL.com. Then, I was so surprised at the EXACTLY SAME COMMENT ON RONALDINHO, Who Want To Play Football Until He Turns 40 that I had to collect whatever interesting one. These opinions hooked me, since it was AFTER I watched 2008’s Dinho while studying(?) injury prone Pato or CAPRICIOUS PHYSIQUE.)

Italy Milan Star Ronaldinho: Silvio Berlusconi Is Like A Father To Me Sep 16, 2010 / By Goal

Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Rick London / 8:27 PM Sep 18, 2010: Ronaldinho is wank now. All hes done is give the ball away cant control the ball and keeps trying to do flicks but none are coming off. Hes been finished since 07. I remember the old Ronaldinho that used to go by players like they wernt there and all his skills and that burst of pace he had now hes just an ordinary player. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 15]
Comment-John Milano / 8:50 PM Sep 18, 2010: come on guys. One bad game is not end of the world. Milan will win this game for sure. We saw the real Milan against Lecce. Ronaldinhos game is bad cause Catania is playing well. They play against Ronaldinho with 2 players. Its very hard to do “tricks” against two players. But where is Robinho? / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Serie A UsA / 11:05 PM Sep 18, 2010: Looked at last season, when just only Ronaldinho who was responsible for Milan win, Ronnie played with his passion, tried his best to get win … but now when have Ibra, Ronnie seem not try his best…. if now when Milan lose or can’t win, all foul will claim to Ibra. I am not try to say Ronnie play bad but his pass, his control seem doesn’t care. or connect between Ibra and Ronnie still doesnt work, the coach need to find the way to help Ronnie and Ibra understand each other. like Patto and Ronnie / [Agree 3 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Nana Accra, Ghana / 11:12 PM Sep 18, 2010: I don’t know how the Top of Match is determined. Kevin Prince Boateng was supposedly the best of the Milan lot but Ronaldihno got Top of Match. I’d even understood if that accolade had gone to Pippo. Someone please educate me. Thanks / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-keeb plnd / 11:37 PM Sep 18, 2010: pirlo and seedorf need to retire. top of the match was boateng. bonera is awful when going forward. ronaldinho need to lose weight, play more at the border of the area, be aggressive and go for goals. ibra showed flashes of brilliance, the team must exploit these more. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 2]

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Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-gigi milan / 12:10 AM Sep 19, 2010: Milan played on wednesday and now on saturday, wereas inter plays on tuesday and only tomorrow. Thats 2 days more of rest … . As for milan’s subs pato-robinho-ambro-flamini were unavailable so the only attacking options were odu + Ibra-pippo-dinho. Milan played a solid game and deserved more but at least they are getting there . As for allegri , the only sub i would of wanted was abate or zambro for bonera . / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]

Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Peregrin London / 11:25 PM Sep 18, 2010: I was thinking the coach is crazy bringing on Gattuso but I think it was a good idea because of his strength. Prince used his to great effect and the idea wouldve been it may have helped break down the defence better. Oduamadi is unconfident and inexperienced and against a team which parks the bus he has little chance, he’s like a poor Robinho. Finally PLAY AMELIA. / [Agree 13 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: I think the ones above is perhaps the only positive comments on Allegri. Still, they are complaining about Bonera…)

Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-max milan / 9:40 PM Sep 18, 2010: Allegri got his tactics completely wrong this time / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Sadri Mex / 10:01 PM Sep 18, 2010: …We lose from Cesena and now from Catania… Alegri must change tactics!!! / [Agree 12 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Lilian USA / 10:00 PM Sep 18, 2010: Flop of the match – Allegri! He made his players play out of positions. Of course, they were not able to give their best performance. / [Agree 15 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Confused @Allegri / 8:28 PM Sep 18, 2010: Someone explain to me how Allegri’s brain works… Zambrotta has a brilliant game at RB against Auxerre, so he gets rewarded with being benched. Meanwhile, Ibra who bagged 2 goals in the same game at CF, gets shifted out of his position to play RF. All this while Bonera, who may well be the slowest RB ever, continues to somehow get picked there? (is he related to Allegri?) / [Agree 20 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Jesse WA / 8:38 PM Sep 18, 2010: Uhh, why is Ibra on the wing? I know you got to respect Inzaghi as a striker, but come on. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Aram Holland / 9:49 PM Sep 18, 2010: Allegri are you kidding me. Who puts in Gattuso and Odu in the dying minutes of the game.. he totally ruined everything with those substitutions. Where was Robinho? We should have started with him in the first place. Boateng totally man of the match / [Agree 14 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Siti Aminah Malaysia / 9:58 PM Sep 18, 2010: I bet u’ll regret this, Allegri. Playing Pippo for almost the full game. Well, he score. But Milan will do a lot better if Robinho play as a RF and Ibra as a F. Playing as a RF, Ibra had to come deep to get the ball and we he did, he already surrounded by 2 Catania players. / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]
Comment-milan forever Bulgaria / 10:02 PM Sep 18, 2010: Bad tatics. Pirlo and Zee played disappointing. Allegri was late with the substitutions. Inzaghi had to be replaced earlier. Truly disaster. Boateng was real machine-man of the match. / [Agree 14 : Disagree 2]
Comment-robertino italy / 10:10 PM Sep 18, 2010: Ok allegri you need to learn something First of all, stop playing bonera and let zambro hit the field Second, ibra provided you with 2 goals when you played him mid, why did you play him side today? third, you don’t use substitutes at the 85th minute, use them before Then maybe, maybe you’ll get to keep your job / [Agree 15 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Rieza Nagoya / 9:21 PM Sep 18, 2010: So far I’ve seen three Milan Matches with their new signings. Cesena. Auxerre, and Catania. If Allegri does not find a way to improve the team’s organization and discipline in defending, I’m afraid Milan will win nothing this season. The best example can be seen in the MU beating Milan home and away in last season CL. No way Milan can win again a highly organized team. / [Agree 11 : Disagree 1]

Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-steelydan here / 10:26 PM Sep 18, 2010: i dont blame the players, i blame the coach for this loss. Playing inzagi for 85 minutes???? Keeping Seedorf on the pitch despite his performance and bringing on gattuso when we need extra fire power? MADNESS / [Agree 17 : Disagree 0]
Comment-jooce colombia / 2:14 AM Sep 19, 2010: Robinho wasn’t available for this match guys. Even still, he stuck with the Ibra/Pippo thing WAY too long. 85th minute? Pippo was great up top, but his build up on the right slowed us down so much. He should have put Abate in for Pippo and moved KPB further up the pitch. Pippo had some good chances… Shame.. We can bounce back, but what we saw today should really concern us over our coach’s abilities. / [Agree 26 : Disagree 3]

(JIWON: Scary… I am afraid that this time, NOT Berlusconi BUT Supporters will fire the coach. 😦 )

♥FINALLY, AS FOR PROFESSOR SILVIO♥

Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-ap canada / 9:48 PM Sep 18, 2010: Milan’s back and midfield are mediocre. They need to dramatically improve those areas in order to compete for scudetto and champions league. This was the predicted outcome after signing Ibra and Robinho. Not enough quality and speed in the middle and back. / [Agree 20 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Glenn NZ / 9:49 PM Sep 18, 2010: We struggle to get the ball to the attackers, same as last season. Inzaghi and Ibrahimovic have to drop back to receive the ball! All we seem to be doing is play over the top passes to them, only for the ‘keeper to snuff out the danger. Frustrating. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Ed G / 10:55 PM Sep 18, 2010: Milan needs new midfielders!!! their midfielders always gets beaten SO easily, and that’s why the strikers can’t score or get an opport. to score… / [Agree 21 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: I’m now afraid that Sir Berlusconi might be bothered by the same shrieking crowd until next January. Poor…)

Real Madrid boss Mourinho blasts Spanish fixture makers Sep 20, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “It seems that life is easier for some and more difficult for others.” (…)

Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-russel philippines / 10:47 PM Sep 18, 2010: the game schedules of milan affect them so much 3 days off is not enough to rest the players and thts y they getting tired easily. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 3]

Milan’s Ronaldinho Bemoans Resolute Catania Defending Following Draw Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-gigi milan / 12:10 AM Sep 19, 2010: Milan played on wednesday and now on saturday, wereas inter plays on tuesday and only tomorrow. Thats 2 days more of rest … . / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Funny. When this kind of comment is from “Special One”, it becomes pure professional. If Professor Berlusconi complains it via media, it will become real political. Poor…)

♥IN SUM, AS FOR BERLUSCONI-KINGDOM♥

We have to continue to work to find right balance – Milan’s Allegri Sep 16, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

AC Milan vs Catania: Questionable Moves by Allegri Don’t Help Milan Sep 18, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Tim Fontenault (US College Student)
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Comment-Nick B (= MilanFan since Berlusconi): I am also baffled by Allegri selection. (…) I am really starting to believe that Allegri does not have the final word on who comes or goes. If the coach is not given the autonomy to bring in the players he requires Milan will continue to buy HAS BEEN players and SECOND RATED players. That’s pretty pathetic! (…)

Milan 1-1 Catania: Improving Rossoneri Held By Insistent Elefanti Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-cHECk – mATe / 11:00 PM Sep 18, 2010: milan have a serious problem which they have had for a few years now which is called FAVORITISM until they solve this problem they are going to find it difficult to win any silverware. The justification is that milan has many quality players but are not played due to this problem, quality players i.e. onyewu, montolengo, albertazzi, merkel, flamini etc… / [Agree 13 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Is this RUMOR or TRUTH? If so, who should read this report?)

Real Madrid boss Mourinho tells fans: I am the decider Sep 22, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “In light of the circumstances I’m satisfied because it is not easy to play on a potato field. Moreover there is little time to recover between games and play against an opponent that has nothing to lose,” said Real coach Jose Mourinho. “I was born in a country with 10 million coaches and I am working in a country with 40 million coaches. But the reality is only this: Madrid has only one coach and only one can decide. My team was tired, very compact and losing control. From there came the changes.”

(JIWON: Hum… this interview tells me that there IS really a coach, who can’t be THE DECIDER. Interesting.)

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CL-01 Milan 2-0 Auxerre: Ibracadabra Gains “Mobility & Speed”. Duck Celebrates “Capricious-Physique”. Jr. Berlusconi Ponders “Filial-Piety” After “Trofeo-Luigi-Berlusconi”.

Sep 15, 2010 7:45 PM BST UEFA CL-01 Milan 2-0 AJ Auxerre
♥PREPARATION♥

Champions League Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Admits His Champions League Debut Will Be Emotional Sep 13, 2010 / By Goal
Italy Milan Defender Thiago Silva Will Miss Champions League Clash Against Auxerre Sep 14, 2010 / By Goal
Italy I Want To Play Football Until I Turn 40 – Milan Star Ronaldinho Sep 15, 2010 / By Goal
Champions League Robinho Knows He Must Work Hard To Make Milan Starting XI Sep 15, 2010 / By Goal

♥OUTCOME♥

Champions League Milan 2-0 Auxerre: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Brace Leads Rossoneri To Victory Sep 15, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Zlatan Ibracadabra
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Ronaldinho

Champions League Milan 2-0 Auxerre: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Brace Leads Rossoneri To Victory Sep 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-simon uk / 8:34 PM Sep 15, 2010: i just cant watch this game………. they play the same football like they did on saturday……..!!!!!!!!!! to be honest i dont think they can win this game………………100% milanista……… 😦 / [Agree 2 : Disagree 21]
Comment-simon uk / 10:53 PM Sep 15, 2010: well…we won at the end 🙂 and am so happy for ibra!!! but the fact is if we’ll not change our style of game and attitude in midfield and defense then better teams like real, barca or even inter are gonna eat us alive……. / [Agree 14 : Disagree 2]

♥AS FOR F4♥

Milan Hero Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Beating Auxerre Was Important Sep 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Johan Sweden / 11:04 PM Sep 15, 2010: The flamingo has started dancing again. Ibrahimovic has lost weight, and lost a bit in strength, i’m sure of it. BUT, he’s gained mobility and speed and it won’t be long until he starts dribbling like in his ajax early Juve days. He’s gonna be unstoppable. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 0]

Champions League Milan 2-0 Auxerre: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Brace Leads Rossoneri To Victory Sep 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-a a / 11:06 PM Sep 15, 2010: Ok Ibra has settled, now only Robinho missing. Boateng played great, he should start the next match… Forza Milan! / [Agree 46 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Leo uk / 11:19 PM Sep 15, 2010: At the end of the game robinho and dinho showed that they can play together… when they click it will be dangerous….I am not even a AC Milan fan!! / [Agree 13 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Milan4life San Siro / 11:09 PM Sep 15, 2010: Not pato’s best performance, I hope he doesnt start feeling too much pressure to compete with the arrival of ibra and robinho. You’re our golden boy man! / [Agree 24 : Disagree 1]
Comment-United London / 11:21 PM Sep 15, 2010: Im personally a man.utd fan but man i just love ronaldinho’s pass to ibra which he scored. ronaldinho still has it man maybe not the crazy dribbling like he use to do as if the players weren’t in the pitch in the first place lol but his crosses and misleading opponents passes are too much! well what do you expect hes brazilian after all thats what they are born to do. / [Agree 62 : Disagree 2]

♥AS FOR DUCK♥ – dinho…

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SA-02 Cesena 2-0 Milan: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Therefore, Dinho Announces “Until-40-Project”!

Sep 11, 2010 7:45 PM BST Serie A-02 Cesena 2-0 Milan
(Updated on SEPTEMBER 12, 2010) – DRAFT
(Updated on SEPTEMBER 18, 2010)

NAPOLITANO-HAHAHA: Berlusconi Says Government to Survive Until 2013, Attacks Prosecutors Sep 10, 2010 / By Bloomberg

FOLKS-BRRRR: “PM Berlusconi & PM Putin” joke about ruling to age 120 Sep 11, 2010 / By BBC

(JIWON: It was BEFORE the game.)

ROSYBINDI-HAHAHA: Cesena 2-0 Milan As Romagnoli Punish Ropey Rossoneri Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Poor Berlusconi…)

Piersilvio Berlusconi Explains Father’s Delight In Bringing Zlatan Ibrahimovic To Milan Sep 8, 2010 / By Goal
Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has never been so happy following an impressive transfer campaign as his son Pier Silvio Berlusconi explains. (…) “When my father confirmed Ibrahimovic’s arrival I said: ‘Thank you, president’. He has never been so happy,” said Berlusconi junior. “I am a very big fan, but in the past I did express some doubts regarding some of his buys.” (…) “The choice to slow down on crazy buys was my father’s. And I find it right that he sends out a message of balance,” he added.

Allegri Admits That Fantastic Four Could Feature Together On Saturday Sep 10, 2010 / By BleacherReport
(…) Allegri has confirmed that the newly dubbed “Fantastic Four” of Pato, Ronaldinho, Ibrahimovic, and Robinho could all play together at some point in Saturday’s match against newly promoted Cesena, but did not reveal if the four would start together or if one would be left on the bench. (…) The arrival of the two players has seen Milan ticket sales surge, with now well over 50 thousand season tickets sold for the UEFA Champions League and about 30 thousand season tickets for the Italian Serie A. (…) However, Allegri may want to consider using all four, as these are the wishes of owner Silvio Berlusconi. The Italian Prime Minister has sent a modest caveat, warning that both Carlo Ancelotti and Leonardo found themselves out of a job at Milan when his wishes were not met.

Alessandro Nesta, Clarence Seedorf & Mathieu Flamini Out Of Milan’s Trip To Cesena Sep 9, 2010 / By Goal
Alessandro Nesta & Clarence Seedorf Set To Return For Champions League Clash Against Auxerre – Report Sep 10, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Therefore… poor coach/VICTIM Allegri had to let Alessandro Nesta rest.)

Captain Massimo Ambrosini: Milan Has No More Excuses Not To Do Well Sep 9, 2010 / By Goal

Andrea Pirlo: Berlusconi gets his football mojo back Sep 1, 2010 / By timeslive.co.za
(…) And Pirlo says that’s down to a new lease of life in Milan’s president. “He’s been very close recently, often coming into the dressing room. Now he’s given us these last two gifts, he’s got his passion back,” Pirlo said of Berlusconi. “To be honest I wasn’t expecting it at first but then having heard certain things I started to understand. This closes the gap to Inter Milan. Now we’re built to win in Italy and Europe. With two new strikers we’ll need a bit of time to find our rhythm but all four can play together, Ibra, Pato, Ronaldinho and Robinho. Even last year we had a centre-forward and three attackers behind him and that was our best two months of the season. Of course everyone will have to sacrifice themselves and run.”

(JIWON: It was also BEROFE the game. I was too tired to collect all the players’ opinion. Sorry.)

Cesena 2-0 Milan: Romagnoli Punish Ropey Rossoneri Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Sokratis Papastathopoulos
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Zlatan IbraFLOPovic
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section: Gattuso or Dinho

Cesena president Campedelli revels in victory over AC Milan Sep 13, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Cesena’s entire squad was put together for less than it costs to pay Ibrahimovic a year’s wages, but they out-played the Rossoneri in a 2-0 victory last night. “There is immense joy and we’ve every right to enjoy this moment, but then we know that from tomorrow we’ve got to get back to work,” said President Campedelli. “How much did Cesena cost? A team is not just made up of figures, but also MOTIVATION. We’re focusing on those. Money isn’t everything in football and we proved that this weekend. There weren’t just two goals, as the side also defended very well and was able to hold out against a fantastic squad like Milan.”

Il Milan accetta la sconfitta, ma con RISERVA: “Avevamo segnato due gol…” Sep 12, 2010 / By Goal
Serie A AC Milan accept defeat, but with reservations: “We scored two goals …”

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
Non solo i tre punti, questa sera Allegri non ha visto un’altra cosa: “Lo spirito di SACRIFICIO” Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
Not only the three points tonight Allegri has not seen another thing: “The Spirit of Sacrifice”

AC Milan coach Allegri: Players did not work for eachother Sep 12, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
“We weren’t organised enough and didn’t move the ball around cleanly, wandering around the field without a specific plan in mind. I tried the new players who just arrived, but that’s no excuse. We were simply lacking in grit. This system requires everyone to work for everyone else, it’s something I’ve been trying to tell the team since the day I took over at Milan.

Thiago Silva raps AC Milan teammates over Cesena defeat Sep 13, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) The Brazil defender feels Milan’s millionaires took their opponents too lightly. “We stepped on to the field a little too relaxed. To win, we need to change our approach,” confessed Thiago Silva. “It’s a shame, as it could’ve been a great night. Alexandre Pato also had two goals disallowed, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic missed a penalty, which is unusual for him. We hope Wednesday will be totally different.”

Ibrahimovic misses penalty in Milan loss Sep 12, 2010 / By thelocal.se
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Comment-stabbull / 20:38 September 12, 2010: i saw the game, i thought milan didn’t work hard enough. they needed to be more spirited. it happens like this when you have too many big names in a team, none wants to do the dirty job.

Cesena 2-0 Milan: Romagnoli Punish Ropey Rossoneri Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-me here / 9:45 PM Sep 11, 2010: What a difference from the lecce game, the complete opposite / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Peregrin London / 9:58 PM Sep 11, 2010: I was unsure who to give the flop award to. The whole Milan team needs it apart from Pato and Antonini. / [Agree 41 : Disagree 4]
Comment-flop overated / 11:03 PM Sep 11, 2010: FANTASTIC FOUR? ha.ha.. the truth is FLOP FOUR. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 1]
Comment-ahmad jordan / 10:36 PM Sep 11, 2010: Hercules (Messi) and Cesena (F4) should play a match and determine which league is better / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Since I can’t trust GOAL.com’s comment section any more, I was comparing other comment sections from different articles. What is clear was that the performance was BAD. What everybody says was right, including self-analysis from the player themselves. And then, there was something weird.)

Non solo i tre punti, questa sera Allegri non ha visto un’altra cosa: “Lo spirito di SACRIFICIO” Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-luca viareggio / 23.45 11/set/2010: Con ibra robinho e ronaldinho non lo avrai MAI il sacrificio / [Agree 19 : Disagree 4]

Cesena-AC Milan: Rossoneri Awful, But 2-0 Loss Not the End of the World Sep 13, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani
(…) Unfortunately, the defensive and midfield issues presented here cannot be resolved any time soon, not least until the January transfer market. But, one issue that was clearly present on the weekend and that needs to be solved sooner rather than later is that of getting Ronaldinho, Pato, and Ibrahimovic to form an understanding that will make them the most feared attacks in the world. All teams have deficiencies, even the great ones. But, it is also crucial that whatever strengths a team has that the team plays in order to make the most of them. For Milan, it is the job of Allegri to achieve this with Ronaldinho, Ibrahimovic, and Pato with Robinho also being included too. Not an easy job given the strong personalities of Ronaldinho and Ibrahimovic in particular. But, if Milan are to have any chances of success this season, this is the one issue that is possible to fix now and after the weekend’s calamity, Allegri surely must know this.

♥AS FOR IBRA-FLOP-OVIC♥

(JIWON: It was while reading one Korean article. The author was just explaining the game with a detailed analysis. There, it was easy to understand the reason of Gattuso’s failure. Though the author mentioned nothing, I felt that Ibracadabra was playing for teammates or Pato, and therefore Pato had to over-work. But I couldn’t find this kind of comment from any other articles. I had to read the entire comment section. Tired…)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-harj canada / 2:30 AM Sep 12, 2010: i think milan missed borrielo… ibra was ok (missed pk)… what i noticed borrielo (when in milan ) always created space for pato to get ronaldinho’s crosses… but today ibra couldn’t do it… that’s what i noticed tho… i’m not a fan of borrielo… but chemistry is necessary to win… / [Agree 10 : Disagree 5]
Comment-Forza Milan / 10:51 AM Sep 13, 2010: The miedfiled needs to be stronger, Ibra and Pato had to go deep to get the ball and got out of their positions many times. Ibra hardly got a chance on goal cause he had to go deep all the time and the defense in Milan was just awful! the hole team needs more training to get complete. Ibra passed the ball alot to Pato who got most chances on goal wich is good but Ibra also needs to get infront of goal so we score more. You could clearly see Ibra needs more training to fit in with the team. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]

Cesena 2-0 Milan: Romagnoli Punish Ropey Rossoneri Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-chris toronto / 10:05 PM Sep 11, 2010: lets not get on allegri, hes a good coach… ibra tried to do too much and he played bad. ronnie didn’t do enough to get himself involved. pato was good, his goal should have counted. Robinho was the best though when he came on he gave milan a new dimension. without nesta, not so great. boateng should have played and not gattuso / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: As usual, my favorite comment on GOAL.com fail to receive enough attention.)

Ibracadabra: “Inter Fans did like my move to Milan? Bah. I have other things to think about.” Sep 13, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

It Was Nice Seeing Milan & Zlatan Ibrahimovic Flop – Inter President Massimo Moratti Sep 13, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Ibrahimovic’s penalty? Under a certain aspect it was the perfect day for Interisti. He hit the post, perhaps he never made a mistake, but he failed to score,” Moratti told the club’s official website. (…)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Oh Boy / 10:56 PM Sep 11, 2010: Ibra with his charity match style football and obscene pay check will tear this team apart… Thumbs up to Robinho at least for the good hustle and smart passing. Ibra’s a clown not worth even 24 mill. Thank god he’s on loan, this will be a long drama filled year.. But Forza Allegri! And too bad it’s not 2007 any longer, Boateng must start for Gattuso or Ambro…. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]

Cesena 2-0 Milan: Romagnoli Punish Ropey Rossoneri Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Cameron NY / 10:09 PM Sep 11, 2010:
abiatti did terrible, and I have never seen gatusso play worse. He was trying but is way too slow and turned the ball over too much. ibra was out of shape and was behind on every play and his passes were terrible. Robinho had a very good game and showed great dribbling and that he can play defence. When we were that far down we should have tried out robinho, ibra, pato and dinho at the same time. Also boateng should have started for gatusso. He should never start for Milan again. He was terrible / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-bandroids manchester / 10:48 PM Sep 11, 2010: ibbrahimovic was slowing things down.. he always stopped when he had the ball… pato is class / [Agree 69 : Disagree 7]

Milan Will Hit The Jackpot If They Sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic From Barcelona – Luciano Moggi Aug 27, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “His only defect is that sometimes he enjoys himself too much when on the ball.” (…)

(JIWON: I have to save this, since this player is currently on LOAN, and arrived at Milan in an awful form from Spain. I find that Ibra is returning to HIMSELF, but I am suspecting if the ACCURACY of his techniques is still there or even more shaking due to his willingness… It is very interesting that Mr. Moratti wants to help Sir Berlusconi on this issue. In sum, I hope Ibra and his teammates prove the best teamwork without sacrificing each great talent.)

♥AS FOR DUCK/LF♥

Cesena 2-0 Milan: Romagnoli Punish Ropey Rossoneri Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Johan Sweden / 10:43 PM Sep 11, 2010: Milan will win nothing unless Pato becomes more of a team player. Yes, he did well on a few occasions, but other than that he took too long to release the ball, dribbled and lot it when he should of passed, and shot when he should of passed. He played like someone wanting to be the superstar. That, along with sloppy defending, and a great organized Cesena side cost Milan tonight. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: Some ago, I found out that Sir Berlusconi was not happy whenever his favorite PATO was not used in a right way, and this was one reason for his troublesome relationship with LEO. And I still don’t know what is the best way for this player. Who knows better if Pato himself doesn’t?)

♥AS FOR PIPPO♥

Cesena 2-0 Milan: Romagnoli Punish Ropey Rossoneri Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-. . / 2:22 AM Sep 12, 2010: You gotta love how Inzaghi gets the best Milan rating, despite all the high profile signings. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 1]

♥AS FOR DINHO/RF♥

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Jerome …………… / 1:40 AM Sep 12, 2010: Can anybody for the life of me tell me what the hell was Ronaldinho doing during the international break????? He was terrible! / [Agree 17 : Disagree 1]
Comment-John USA / 7:06 AM Sep 12, 2010: I don’t think Ronaldinho likes this team, most of the balls went towards the right rather to the left, he felt stranded and unimportant. / [Agree 13 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: Interestingly, Dinho was happy to answer.)

I Want To Play Football Until I Turn 40 – Milan Star Ronaldinho Sep 15, 2010 / By Goal
“It wasn’t easy for me after I won everything that could be won with Barcelona. However, I found back my best form last season thanks to a great coach: Leonardo. He gave me the freedom to do what I like best on the pitch, even when I wasn’t exactly in good form. I have now returned to the same high level I played at when I still played for Barcelona. I’m rejuvenated thanks to Leonardo. When a player plays very well for a long period, the fans get spoiled a bit and expect world class performances every week. They start asking questions as soon as your form level drops a bit. And lots of things were made up about me.”
The attacker also took the time to discuss his position in Brazil’s national side and his plans for the future. “No Brazilian player has done better than me in Europe. I felt like I deserved to be at the World Cup. I haven’t watched a single game of the tournament. I don’t have the patience to sit behind the TV for 90 minutes. It would be great if I’d be able to play at the 2014 World Cup. I’m even thinking about playing at the 2018 World Cup. My age is not a problem. I’ve played together with Paolo Maldini, who played until he turned 40. I’d like to be like him.”

(JIWON: Fans hit back.)

I Want To Play Football Until I Turn 40 – Milan Star Ronaldinho Sep 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-tahir london / 11:35 AM Sep 15, 2010: but can you hold the weight though / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-harry nz / 11:40 AM Sep 15, 2010: i hope you make it too. BUT at the rate your going you must clean up your act and stay healthy as all the players who have played on have always kept very healthy and fit. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-farry uk / 1:09 PM Sep 15, 2010: sorry ronnie but if u want to play when your 40 u need to take care of your body more. u look like u eat a lot of junk. look at giggs, maldini and scholes, they play for a longer time because they look after themselves better than most. / [Agree 11 : Disagree 2]
Comment-knight sg / 1:09 PM Sep 15, 2010: well his game doesn’t require much speed, lots of skill that is, something that he wouldn’t lose as long as he kips playing. but he shd stop partying, in one of the photos, it seems that he has a belly 😦 / [Agree 13 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Gino Milanista / 2:45 PM Sep 15, 2010: I love you Dinho but Paolo you are not… WORK ETHIC & COMMITMENT WISE to be able to play at a high rate till 40 / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Kirabo Botswana / 4:47 PM Sep 15, 2010: Unless he ends his days of partying it up nd works hard in da off-season, ther in no possibility of this / [Agree 7 : Disagree 12]
Comment-Chris Greece / 5:58 PM Sep 15, 2010: Hey Ronie, Maldini was great in EVERY SINGLE TRAINING, he also didn’t know what clubbing is. That’s why he could play until turning 40, let alone he was one of 10 born leaders of all time. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 6]
Comment-Pece Skopje / 6:03 PM Sep 15, 2010: Then if you want that you should stop drinking 🙂 We love you. FORZA MILAN! / [Agree 8 : Disagree 2]
Comment-milanista_#7 ktm / 6:30 PM Sep 15, 2010: To play like Maldini, you have to be like Maldini. Not just hard work and dedication can do it. You need that physicality, and be a absolute rock. But I wouldnt mind Dinho winning Ballon’Dor again with Milan! I’m very happy to see him this determined and fit again. Do great things for us. / [Agree 23 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Hleg iceland / 9:16 PM Sep 15, 2010: “no Brazilian player has done better than me in Europe”. He isn´t being arrogant it´s just the truth in the sense that no one else from Brazil has won every major European Trophy and individual award. Ronaldo never won the Champions League and Ronaldinho isn´t saying he is better than every other Brazilian just that he is more successful in club competition / [Agree 19 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: HA-HA-HA! For the first time in my life, I found something funnier than Berlusconi-jokes. What about putting this kindergarten kid through the mill… IN EVERY SINGLE TRAINING… until he celebrates his 40th birthday at Milan’s nightclub? Will it be like torturing Gaucho? Conversation is better than APATHY, anyway. Isn’t it?)

♥AS FOR coach/VICTIM♥

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-acmilan4lyfe Toronto / 12:50 AM Sep 12, 2010: FINALLY! a coach who sees milans problem, allegri is right milan does not fight for every ball when they don’t have it and never close players down, the game against lecce was the first time ive seen the forwards tracking back chasing the ball in 3 season and we all know how that turned out, Teamwork ? spot on again, we played like every1 was new not just Ibra, i was feeling sad after the game but the fact he sees this makes me feel alot better cuz leo and carlo didn’t / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Dex Sydney / 12:11 AM Sep 12, 2010: Gatusso has an excellent work rate but little creativity. KPB has a nice work rate with high creativity. But as a milan fan, I am disappointed but still glad that something like this happened. It will help the players get their heads out of the clouds. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Well… not every comment was good.)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-hassan lebanon / 11:41 PM Sep 11, 2010: Gattuso was the main problem in the mid, but he was not the only one to be blamed, I think that pirlo was also a big problem he was very slow, I think allegri was not brave enough, hope he learned, he must pick pirlo and gattuso out and play with kevin prince and ambrossini in defense mid, with pato robinho ronaldinho and zalatan in attack / [Agree 18 : Disagree 12]
Comment-MILANISTI Milan in My HEART / 1:12 AM Sep 12, 2010: be brave, coach! talk with your heart to choose starting XI, ignore what people say, this team in your fully control!!!! FORZA MILAN!!! / [Agree 15 : Disagree 0]
Comment-gibbo england / 3:32 PM Sep 12, 2010: It’s happening again why are Milan managers afraid of playing young players they have to start giving playing time to Boateng, Flamini once he’s fit, Strasser and Merkel in midfield otherwise Milan won’t win anything because the midfield will always be over run. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Good Point! Cheers!)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-harisen Australia / 12:58 AM Sep 12, 2010: i dont know i say the team work wasnt to bad to have put 2 or 3 goals in the net but to have them ruled out by either bad calls or the slightest of margin in which it could have gone both ways… u have the right idea in playing style, but u have the wrong idea in which players can give u that style, gattuso isnt wat he was a few years ago – should have let the 4 hooligans go from the beginning (dinho, ibra, pato, robinho)… anyway good wake up call WE TALKED TOO MUCH and now paid the price / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Richard Nowhere / 2:13 AM Sep 12, 2010: The only one to blame is Allegri not the players. First of all: take out BONERA, for christ sake Abate is younger, faster and can cross! Bonera is slow as hell he cant come back in time when the other team makes counter attacks. Second of all: Take out Ambrosini, and put Flamini, flamini is younger, and better. Third of all: change formation to 4-2-3-1. the 2: pirlo and flamini helping the defence, and all the others attack if you do that im positive we will never lose. / [Agree 25 : Disagree 21]
Comment-Marco Belgium / 4:19 PM Sep 12, 2010: Also, why does he keep playing pato down the right flank? He is no winger and it was sad to see him having to collect the ball in or own box. The coach is the one who has to scream and talk besides the line and spurs his team. How dare he talk about teamwork?! Even at 2-0 down the defence was still playing in front of the box , he the coach , push the team forward in the field and for the love of god, if you see you’re losing, change tactics into a all or nothing attacking force!! / [Agree 1 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Gary USA&Hungary / 4:52 PM Sep 12, 2010: Papa was a disaster and Dinho a waste, but the coach was the biggest disappointment. Why start all defensive players in midfield??? Against a tough Cesena defense we needed Seedorf, not Gattuso and Ambro. Pirlo also played way too deep, so Pato and Ibra had to come back deep to get the ball. Pippo and Robinho came in too late. One more performance like this, and Allegri will be in big trouble. FORZA MILAN / [Agree 16 : Disagree 2]
Comment-gigi here / 4:04 AM Sep 12, 2010: Allegri You better fix this soon .. you can’t have excuse with this set of players. This is not Cagliari its Milan. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: G-O-O-D-L-U-C-K!)

♥FINALLY, AS FOR PROFESSOR SILVIO♥

Cesena 2-0 Milan: Romagnoli Punish Ropey Rossoneri Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Patrick Prishtina, Kosovo / 9:55 PM Sep 11, 2010: Was it just me or the stadium was so damn small????? It was so crowded when all 23 players were in the half of Cescena. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]

L’effetto IBRA-ROBINHO e la sfida a MOU fanno volare gli ABBONAMENTI rossoneri: RECORD di tessere per la Champions Sep 14, 2010 / By Goal
Champions League Robinho-effect IBRA and the challenge to the MOU are flying SUBSCRIPTIONS Rossoneri: RECORD cards for the Champions
(…) la quota dei mini-abbonamenti ha raggiunto ieri la cifra record di 53.260 tessere. … Si diceva, è l’effetto Ibra-Robinho, ma è anche la grande attrazione Mourinho a spingere i tifosi rossoneri a sottroscrivere l’annonamento. Il record precedente risaliva alla stagione 2002-2003, con 52.326 tessere.
[= the share of mini-subscriptions yesterday reached a record 53,260 cards. …. It was said, is the effect Ibrahim Robinho, but Mourinho is also the great attraction to the Rossoneri fans to push the sottroscrivere Annoni. The previous record dated back to the 2002-2003 season, with 52,326 cards.]

(JIWON: Dear Sir… Did you make some money?)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-MM ;D / 1:35 AM Sep 12, 2010: you all stupid beating down allegri like this. The only reason he did all those subs and formations was because he was preparing for the game against auxere and needed to keep some of his key players rested and not get injured. Yeah gatusso didnt play a marvelous game but no one seems to be looking at his contributions to the match. He did a lot of saves. I hope milan get back up from this lost cuz we still are title contenders! Forza milan!!! / [Agree 14 : Disagree 5]
Comment-denny dubai / 12:06 AM Sep 12, 2010: Simple: because nesta was absent. Milan always have difficulty when playing without nesta, even vs “weak” team. Milan really need to buy a good commanding defender that can covered nesta. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]

Cesena 2-0 Milan: Romagnoli Punish Ropey Rossoneri Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Kris Canada / 2:22 AM Sep 12, 2010: I know its still early but the fact is Berlusconi didn’t look at what the team really needed in defence and midfield, he just wanted the headlines, didnt anyone else find it odd that after being so money conscious he makes 2 last minute splurges on big names? he needs to stop using Milan as a tool for his political career, it’s killing this once unplayable club / [Agree 11 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Milan4life San Siro / 10:20 PM Sep 11, 2010: I was afraid of this, as soon as we sign ibra and robinho fans and media went off the deep end and there was a load of pressure on the team before they even played one game. All milan fans wanted were a couple good humble signings and proper reinforcements in the defence and midfield but berlusconi wanted the headlines. We will not win anything with our vulnerability at the back esp in games like this when we struggle to score against a good compact side. I want our identity back / [Agree 22 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Dear Sir! What do you think about this? Everybody is waiting for YOUR JANUARY! Thanks in advance! Election is coming! 🙂 LOL 🙂 )

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Lack Of Teamwork Following Cesena Defeat Sep 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Danilo Brazil / 12:50 AM Sep 12, 2010: Horrible teamwork, bad substitutions, nonsense tactics and awful refereeing. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]

Milan Remind Referee’s Assistants Of The Offside Rule Sep 13, 2010 / By Goal
Il Milan RINCARA la dose, è polemica contro gli arbitraggi: “La Fifa dice che nel dubbio non bisogna segnalare FUORIGIOCO” Sep 13, 2010 / By Goal
Serie A AC Milan make matters worse, it’s polemic against the refereeing, “FIFA said in no doubt necessary to signal offside”

Gli attacchi di Galliani non hanno intaccato la SICUREZZA di Braschi, per il momento… Sep 13, 2010 / By Goal
A series of attacks Galliani did not affect the safety of Braschi, for the moment …

Smorzare i toni, questa la parola d’ordine di Nicchi: “Le parole di Berlusconi dopo la sconfitta rossonera? Solo una battuta, ovvio che ci sono arbitri di destra e di sinistra…” Sep 13, 2010 / By Goal
Serie A tone down this password Niche: “The words after the defeat of Berlusconi Rossoneri? Only a joke, obviously there are arbiters of right and left …”

(JIWON: By the way, isn’t Stefano Braschi the league’s refereeing designator?)

Cesena indigesta anche per Berlusconi: “L’arbitro ci ha negato TRE goal” Sep 12, 2010 / By Goal
Serie A Cesena indigestible even for Berlusconi: “The referee has denied three goals”
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Comment-STEFANO IO L’HO VINTA 7 VOLTE / 12.35 12/set/2010: Vero è che il Cesena ha giocato benissimo, altrettanto vero che abbiamo subito per tutta la partita un arbitraggio a dir poco scandaloso , con tutta la terna arbitrale in errore per 90 minuti. Su la testa, fuori Gattuso e Papa, dentro Prince e Nesta. Forza Milan. [= It is true that the Cesena played very well, also true that we experienced throughout the game arbitrage outrageous, with all the wrong referee for 90 minutes. On his head out Gattuso and Pope, in Prince and Nesta. Forza Milan.] / [Agree 7 : Disagree 12]
Comment-Forza Cagliari / 12.35 12/set/2010: da domani russo non avrà più un lavoro! Ahahauha [= tomorrow Russia will no longer have a job! ahahauha] / [Agree 13 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Davide merino / 13.18 12/set/2010: Povero silvio, lui fa un squadra di governo e quei mangiabambini dei magistrati gli mettono i bastoni fra le ruote, fa una squadra di calcio e quel comunista dell’arbitro non lo fa vincere, è mai possibile che ce l’abbiano tutti con lui!!!! [= Silvio poor, he does a team of government and those mangiabambini judges put their sticks in the wheels, makes a football team and that he does not win Communist arbitrator, is it possible that we have it all with him!!] / [Agree 1 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Until I found the same comment from Korean sites, I thought it was Milan fans’ OUTCRY and tried to ignore their comments about REFEREE. Therefore, I became curious of Italian comments. Then, something was weird.)

Cesena indigesta anche per Berlusconi: “L’arbitro ci ha negato TRE goal” Sep 12, 2010 / By Goal
Serie A Cesena indigestible even for Berlusconi: “The referee has denied three goals”
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Comment-Donkey Parigi / 13.01 12/set/2010: che pena! e parlano ancora … “non si capisce perchè sono stati annullati i goal” ? ma, per esempio se uno controlla il pallone con il braccio, l’arbitro deve convalidare il goal solo perchè è del milan ? siete stati abbituati troppo bene! [= what a pain! and still speak… “You do not understand why the goals have been canceled? but, for example if one controls the ball with his arm, the referee must validate the goals only because it is AC Milan? abbituati you were too good!] / [Agree 23 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Adriano Milan / 13.17 12/set/2010: X Donkey…ma quale fallo di mano?!?!?! Basta menzogne! Pato ha controllato il pallone tra il collo e la spalla e il primo gol non era in fuorigioco! C’è stato anche un terzo gol annullato ma lì le squadre erano ferme xkè l’arbitro aveva già fischiato (sempre senza motivo)…con certi arbitraggi perderebbe chiunque! [= X Donkey … but what handball?!?!?! Enough lies! Pato has controlled the ball between the neck and shoulder and the first goal was offside! There was also a third goal annulled but there were still teams xkè the referee had already whistled (always without reason) … with some arbitrage lose anyone!] / [Agree 1 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Among 38 comments, it was the most “AGREED” comment. Is it simply because this is GOAL.com?)

♥IN SUM, AS FOR BERLUSCONI-KINGDOM♥

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: I may be wrong, but I can’t help thinking that Sir Berlusconi’s priceless players not only need “TEAMWORK” or “SACRIFICE SPIRIT” but also a heated DEBATE on the most effective way for their each great talent to be employed by their NEW coach.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A.C._Milan
MF Massimo Ambrosini: Captain
MF Gennaro Gattuso: Vice-Captain

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_(association_football)
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(JIWON: Should I write more?)

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