R5-6: Rossoneri Is Being Rebuilt. Calcio Is A Sport, But Also An Art. Binho Woke Up. Gattuso Is Returning To Calabrian Bulldog. Kick Off Birthday Party With Pirlo’s Goal. Let’s Run. We’re Getting There. “La Bella Italia”!

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > Rossoneri 2010-2011: Flop4
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ROUND 5-6: Something Fundamental!

PROFESSOR-03: LET’S BIRTHDAY PARTY! “ALTOGETHER NOW. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!” HOWEVER… they all had to sing… “HAPPY BIRTHDAY! SIR BERLUSCONI (Sep 29, 1936)!!!” 🙂
PROFESSOR-02: Please, Performers Are Not Machine. “Affection” Rather Than “Criticism”, “Hearful Training Regardless Of Its Strictness” Is What AC-Milan’s Newbie Binho Wants To Receive At His New Foreign Home. At Least, Rossoneri Have 6 Months Until Troublemaker Binho Resumes His Kind Of F*cking Behavior. It Can Be A Profitable Business, Anyway.
SA-06 Parma 0-1 Milan: Ho! Pirlo Mastered “Route-1” Technique… GOAL! Allegri’s Fantastic Tactic. Nice Display By Senior Citizens, Defending As A Unit. Rossoneri Is Being Rebuilt. What About “Happy Gaucho” As Captain? Let’s Run. We’re Getting There. “La Bella Italia”!
CL-2 UEFA-CL Ajax 1-1 Milan: Awful Game! Disgusting Fan-Club. True That Allegri’s Subs Were Not Right. However, What Do They Exactly Want From Tired-Out Dinho? Do They Want To See Suicidal Samba?
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.

Please check
🙂 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. (Sep 11 – 25, 2010).

🙂 Welcome to Rossoneri Hall of Fame: Tired of Reading The Same Comments On All The Flops, Including Flop-Papasilvio & Flop-Unclefesta & Flop-Rossoneri. 😦 Let’s Make It Simple. 🙂 (Sep 29, 2010 – ???).

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PROFESSOR-03: LET’S BIRTHDAY PARTY! “ALTOGETHER NOW. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!” HOWEVER… they all had to sing… “HAPPY BIRTHDAY! SIR BERLUSCONI (Sep 29, 1936)!!!” 🙂

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1. Strong Ibracadabra (b. Oct 3, 1981), who vomited during “Milan 1-0 Genoa” and limped during “Ajax 1-1 Milan”, wanted to celebrate his birthday during “Parma 0-1 Milan” but… ALAS… was too tired to…

2. Legend Pirlo (b. Sep 19, 1979) was so busy practicing his “Route-1” technique that he couldn’t celebrate his birthday neither during “Milan 1-1 Catania” nor during “Lazio 1-1 Milan.” When Thiago Silva (b. Sep 22, 1984) desperately wanted to do his birthday party at his foreign home during “Lazio 1-1 Milan,” Flop-CoachAllegri didn’t want to go anywhere party, and everybody wept. Fortunately, Pirlo’s technique started working one week later during “Milan 1-0 Genoa”, so he planned his belated birthday party during “Parma 0-1 Milan”. Of course, both tired Thiago Silva (b. Sep 22, 1984) and tired-out Ibracadabra (b. Oct 3, 1981) wanted to join him. Then, they remembered that their NEW member Bruno Montelongo (b. Sep 12, 1987) from Uruguay and injury-prone Duck (b. Sep 2, 1989) also wanted to join this happy birthday party, although Duck’s already had a secret party with Miss Brazil.

3. Then… Ooops!… the oldest Massimiliano Allegri (b. Aug 11, 1967) and the second oldest Filippo Inzaghi (b. Aug 9, 1973) and even the youngest Verdi (b. Jul 12, 1992) were furious about the fact that their birthday was always ignored during Transfer Window. So, they urged powerful trio, Luca Antonini (b. Aug 4, 1982) and Mathieu Flamini (b. Jul 3, 1984) and Christian Abbiati (Jul 8, 1977) to break into the party. Finally, all the family members joined this HUGE birthday party. ALTOGETHER! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

3. HOWEVER… they all had to sing… “HAPPY BIRTHDAY! SIR BERLUSCONI (Sep 29, 1936)!!!” 🙂

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PROFESSOR-02: Please, Performers Are Not Machine. Affection Rather Than Criticism, Hearful Training Regardless Of Its Strictness Is What AC-Milan’s Newbie Binho Wants To Receive At His New Foreign Home. At Least, Rossoneri Have 6 Months Until Troublemaker Binho Resumes His Kind Of F*cking Behavior. It Can Be A Profitable Business, Anyway.

(… This part was originally written during “SA-05 Milan 1-0 Genoa” and “CL-02 Ajax 1-1 Milan”…)

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 29, 2010) – DRAFT
(Updated on OCTOBER 4, 2010)

♥OUTCOME♥ – babyrobinho

Ajax 1-1 Milan: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Equaliser Earns Rossoneri Draw In Amsterdam Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-se7en_maniaMilan Malaysia / 11:52 PM Sep 28, 2010: I’m really confused here. Some said Robinho was a flop while others said he was quite ok. For those who did not watch the game please don’t make comment as if you were watching it (some even exaggerated it). I did’t have the opportunity thought as it was not broadcasted in Malaysia. The broadcasted games which EPL’s teams played. / [Agree 26 : Disagree 6]

(JIWON: What’s happening here? When I checked this comment section, there were about 204 comments. I PROMISE. SOMEONE IS WORKING HERE. Whoever he is, this sh*t started his job again. I was so sick of this f*cking comment section that I had to check…)

(… please check “CL-02 Ajax 1-1 Milan”…)

(JIWON: Cheers! And I promise that whoever he is, THIS SOMEONE behind this dirty politics or HIS ITEM will have to be out of BERLUSCONI’S WALLET. Also, I am curious. How long should I wait till this baby-binho regains his confidence? When can I start my Milan project to put those “Samba-Trio or Samba-Quartet or Samba-Quintet or Samba-ACmilan” through the mill? I am hungry for “Collective Punishment”. 🙂 )

(Updated on September 26, 2010) – DRAFT
(Updated on OCTOBER 1, 2010)

♥AS FOR ROBINHO♥

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-Tim Fontenault: (…) Robinho was kind of an iffy buy because all you have to do is look at how he’s played since he arrived at Manchester City and you can tell he is not the Real Madrid Robinho. (…)

(JIWON: Finally, ROBINHO starts to hook public attention. One should remember this comment whenever something positive or negative appears in the comment section.)

Editorial Robinho’s Ups And Downs At Manchester City Aug 31, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Coach Allegri Didn’t ‘Expect’ The Arrival Of Robinho From Manchester City Sep 2, 2010 / By Goal
Robinho Knows He Must Work Hard To Make Milan Starting XI Sep 15, 2010 / By Goal

Milan’s Robinho Cites Struggling To Adapt In ‘Awful Place To Live’ As Key Reason Behind Leaving Manchester City Sep 5, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Perhaps they only believed in the sporting side of things, but that wasn’t enough for me. There was a lack of contact between the players and the club. It was much like an office – to training and goodbye, to a match and goodbye. I am Brazilian and I can’t offer my best performance if I’m not happy in every aspect of life. That was my problem. I am a special footballer and I need to be happy when I’m playing. That was the case at Real Madrid but never at City. Perhaps I should never have left Real Madrid. My destination was Chelsea with Luiz Felipe Scolari but, at the last moment, City appeared and I accepted. I did not decide the transfer. Correspondence is always between clubs and I am not responsible for what anyone will pay, but Mark Hughes called me and insisted I joined the club. He was decisive in my move. (…) At the beginning it was positive, but England is a hard country and I had problems adapting. Having Elano and Jo in the squad was a real bonus. They helped me to adapt but then Elano left I still don’t understand the motives behind his exit. ” (…) Going on loan to Santos was the best solution because, if I’d stayed at City, I would not have played in the World Cup. The loan was very successful. I recaptured my love of football, won a title and confirmed my place in the Brazil team. It was an excellent experience (…) Manchester is a sensational venue for football but an awful place to live … the winter, the cold and the dark nights. It’s very hard for a young Brazilian. The Premier League is one of the best in the world, without a doubt. (…) and my best memories will be my first goal for City and how happy everyone was with me.” (…)

Milan’s Robinho Cites Struggling To Adapt In ‘Awful Place To Live’ As Key Reason Behind Leaving Manchester City Sep 5, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-missjb indonesia / 12:46 PM Sep 5, 2010: dude, you are too honest / [Agree 36 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Eirik Norway / 12:50 PM Sep 5, 2010: Talking like we should feel sorry for you.. With that wage I would survive “dark and cold nights” in january.. / [Agree 51 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Andy Madrid / 12:53 PM Sep 5, 2010: Finally he admits, he should never have left Madrid / [Agree 19 : Disagree 10]
Comment-Mazen Lebanon / 1:06 PM Sep 5, 2010: Well nice choice then, welcome to ur family in Milan! / [Agree 52 : Disagree 3]
Comment-praveen kerala / 12:55 PM Sep 5, 2010: ac milan is a family. no player likes to leave the club. We saw it with hunter, kaladze, janku, seedorf, kaka etc.. Unlike real, barca, city.. / [Agree 33 : Disagree 4]
Comment-greginho brasil / 1:51 PM Sep 5, 2010: robinho only plays well for the first 6 months everywhere he goes, then his teammates, coaching staff and fans discover how average a player he really is and how unsatisfactory his behavior is. / [Agree 14 : Disagree 5]

Robinho confident 4-man attacking system will work Sep 9, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Robinho joined … But since then, questions have been raised as to how he will fit into an attacking lineup that contains “THREE”. “We can play whichever formation we want,” Robinho said. “If I have to drop back to allow Ibra (Ibrahimovic) to score, then so be it. It doesn’t matter who scores, what is important is that Milan scores.”

(JIWON: Also, those who are currently monitoring Robinho’s still-struggling-at-new-home-milan will have to remember his interviews. It was not weird to read his interviews. My FEELING was weird while reading his words. Weirdly enough, I felt like listening to “Bossa Nova” rather than “Samba”. Whatever…

Gosh… I am still working on and still too tired to finish “Ibra and Robinho’s Transfer Saga”. More precisely, “Transfer Saga of the Agent of the Spending Spree Club”… sic. I will have to finish it as quickly as possible. 😦 Though Robinho was nothing more than a mere accessory in “Balotelli and then Ibra’s headache story”, it was easy to imagine, while following Robinho’s Transfer Saga, how depressed this Brazilian soul has been regardless of incredible amount of his wage from Man-City. For a while, this historical wage made me react with a kind of mock, but then I couldn’t laugh at this so-called-childish mentality any more.

True that Ibra arrived at Milan in an awful form, but at least, Barca tried to sell him at their kind of IDEAL price and tried to show US how much Ibracadabra was valuable during their Asian tour. Yeah… it was fun to watch Ibra’s struggling. But it was more fun to watch those Spanish teammates, all trying to give their ball to Ibra. It was as if they were ordered to follow a certain scenario. When Messi appeared, their passing game looked just natural. Yes, the funniest thing in this story is that Spanish team earned the most beautiful nickname, “The Arrogant”, whereas there was no change in the players’ typical Spanish kindness.

It was exactly same as what I received from THAT disgusting or stupid Female Cultural Minister of Junta de Andalucía, when I showed them a detailed report about Arab Professional Music Society. Just like Spanish professional football world, Junta de Andalucía is where all those poor Spanish local musicians suffer lack of government fund and jobless situation while a certain number of Berlin/Jerusalem pigs and their Arab slaves are financially protected. (Do I remember her exact title? I’m not sure.) Korean fans were so sick of their arrogant attitude that the media even published a history lecture depicting Spain as a Conqueror. Anyway, this Asian tour will be remembered as the most disgusting business failure in Korean football history. At least in Korea. I read that, just like Vienna Phil’s stupid visit some ago, it was never a profitable business. At least for the Korean agent.

In Robinho’s case, however, this player was completely and miserably ignored by his team until the last moment. Threatening him with more competition was the only thing he received and will have to receive. Yes, professionalism is important. But I believe. There should be at least… Performers are not machine. Not only they have a brain to think, they also have a heart to feel something, just like other humans. Unlike highest paid wall street workers, football players can’t hide their feeling during the performance. Even the North Korean footballers’ heart and their humane feeling affected their World Cup performance, despite a death threat.)

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-#3! Sm / 9:15 PM Sep 25, 2010: Ok performance… Ibra held the ball up pretty well, robinho obviously out of shape… man of the match gattuso, pretty vintage performance from him just hope its not the only one this season… / [Agree 31 : Disagree 4]
Comment-RK Egypt / 4:45 AM Sep 26, 2010: I’m still not convinced; 1-0 against GENOA is nothing to be proud of cause if they play like this against Inter we will have zero chances of wining. Gattuso did great I hope he keeps it up, Robinho was average clearly because of fitness but at least he showed great spirit, Seedorf is the more than perfect sub as for Pirlo I think he needs some rest / [Agree 3 : Disagree 0]
Comment-john usa / 8:48 PM Sep 25, 2010: Manchester City man is clearly lacking the confidence of fellow new arrival Ibrahimovic! Why? The coach has shown positive faith in Ibra from the start! Robinho started in the negative, and will have to earn his own confidence! / [Agree 29 : Disagree 2]

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milanista tropics / 7:34 PM Sep 25, 2010: abate a 5.5? seriously? he far better than that today and so was gattuso.. was probably the best performance i’ve seen from him in a long while.. well done to Ibra and robinho seems to be finding his feet.. i luv it!! / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-milan fan milano / 7:36 PM Sep 25, 2010: the win is a relife for us but i am still unhappy with allegri takctics he cloud cost us the match like lazio why after 1-0 make milan playing defence we should try to go for another goal defencefe play always leads to trouble coz milan weak in the crosses and all teams knows our weak point and trying to play on the sides but tonghit the defence worked well and flamini wasted 2 goals still milan need to imrove more we need to play faster and in the counter attack robino is great / [Agree 3 : Disagree 1]
Comment-se7en_maniaMilan Malaysia / 7:31 PM Sep 25, 2010: Gattuso surprisingly did very well tonight. As for Ronnie, he did not contribute enough to the team and rightly so being substituted. Robinho impressed me in the game and all the talking from Allegri about his fitness was nonsense as he kept on running and made some brilliant moves. Ibra is class. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Milanista121 USA / 8:44 PM Sep 25, 2010: See what you get playing Robinho? We could’ve easily made it 4-0 in the end, Hope we’ll keep this up and become more ruthless in the end. Seedorf is great coming on as a super sub, in an instant he showed great understanding with Robinho. That’s how it is, champions understand each other. Hope we’ll keep this morale boosting win against the tough fixture against Ajax! Forza Milan! / [Agree 28 : Disagree 1]
Comment-MFan mkd / 9:52 PM Sep 25, 2010: I can’t accept how idiot was Flamini in that chance that don’t give the ball to Ibra, really i can’t understand that this was really 100% goal chance and he has finished selfish and I think that this things doesn’t need to repeat and must answer for this stupid things! also I’m really happy about R70 coz he is great and Allegri must do something to give him place or to change the formation and use all of them coz we really have crazy attack!! Ibra was doing well and all the others, but i need 3-0 / [Agree 68 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: If you remember the first information about this poor professional footballer, it is not that difficult to understand two different, almost opposite comments. Is it? It is also easy to understand what kind of treatment this Brazilian should receive at his new FOREIGN home, AC-Milan. AFFECTION rather than CRITICISM. A heartful training regardless of its strictness. It’s never late to push this professional and criticize his so-called childish mentality until we wait him to earn his own CONFIDENCE.)

Milan’s Robinho Cites Struggling To Adapt In ‘Awful Place To Live’ As Key Reason Behind Leaving Manchester City Sep 5, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-greginho brasil / 1:51 PM Sep 5, 2010: ROBINHO ONLY PLAYS WELL FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS everywhere he goes, then his teammates, coaching staff and fans discover how average a player he really is and how unsatisfactory his behavior is. / [Agree 14 : Disagree 5]

AC Milan: Ibrahimovic and Boateng Were Great Moves while Robinho Was a Mistake Sep 28, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Tim Fontenault (US-CollegeFreshman)
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Comment-Per Granath: The point here was that the money spent on Robinho would have been better spent on a midfielder. Actually, my suspicion all along is that “the President” more saw Robinho as a seriously under-priced player on sale in the last few days of the transfer window, than as a long term player for AC Milan. In the last year many of the transfers seems to have focused on business sense…, on making or saving EUR10M here and there. In that sense it is quite possible to sell Robinho with a profit in a year or two – particularly if we put 10kg of muscles on him. 🙂
Comment-Ivan Soldo: Hehe I understand your point man! We will see in couple of months… but I definitely agree that all this late transfers were focused on business sense….

(JIWON: At the very least, Rossoneri have SIX MONTHS until this troublemaker resumes his kind of f*cking behavior. Still, we can sell him to any Brazilian or even European club after putting some muscles on his child-like physique 🙂 )

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Apa Nie KL / 7:26 PM Sep 25, 2010: Strangely Robinho sparked into life, even flashed his trademark brilliance only after Ronaldinho was substituted. Perhaps Dunga is right after all…they can’t play together! / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: This one was the weirdest situation. But I know this comment is very true, since there was exactly same comment in Korean fan club. For everybody, it looked strange. I think Robinho himself should know why. I still don’t think it was purely due to Ronaldinho.)

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SA-06 Parma 0-1 Milan: Ho! Pirlo Mastered “Route-1” Technique… GOAL! Allegri’s Fantastic Tactic. Nice Display By Senior Citizens, Defending As A Unit. Rossoneri Is Being Rebuilt. What About “Happy Gaucho” As Captain? Let’s Run. We’re Getting There. “La Bella Italia”!

Oct 2, 2010 7:45 PM BST Serie A-06 Parma 0-1 Milan
♥PREPARATION♥

Andrea Pirlo Outlines Milan’s Winning Plans For The Season Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Coach Allegri is rebuilding the Rossoneri. CALCIO IS A SPORT, BUT ALSO AN ART as Pirlo paints the picture of his ideal season, ENGAGING WITH CLUB TRADITIONS. “We are building a new team with a new spirit, and we are on the right tracks. We must win at Parma so we can give a signal,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.”

Milan Attacker Alexandre Pato Set To Return To Action Against Parma Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal

No Ronaldinho Problem At Milan – Adriano Galliani Sep 29, 2010 / By Goal

No One Is Indispensable At Milan, But We Are All Behind Massimiliano Allegri – Clarence Seedorf Sep 30, 2010 / By Goal

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Has Rediscovered Happiness At Milan – Agent Mino Raiola Sep 29, 2010 / By Goal
Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Was Ashamed To Stay At Barcelona – Agent Mino Raiola Sep 29, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Has Abductor Problem & Could Be Ruled Out Of Parma Clash – Report Sep 29, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Coach Allegri Will Risk Playing Parma With Injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic Oct 1, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: We Do Not Depend Solely On Zlatan Ibrahimovic Oct 1, 2010 / By Goal

(Updated on OCTOBER 3-7, 2010)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – past and present

Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Andrea Pirlo
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Robinho

(JIWON: Any Rossoneri or Italian voters who believe Ibracadabra (b. Oct 3, 1981) is much handsomer and hotter than Papa Silvio (Sep 29, 1936), and therefore, naturally forgot to send their birthday present to Dictator Berlusconi, will be assassinated before January Transfer Window, which will be ahead of Election. Just in case. 🙂

I couldn’t believe my eyes. Yes! In no time, Legend Pirlo mastered EPL’s “Route-1” techniques. However… Last couple of days, I was working on my previous postings. Or I couldn’t start my planned writing on Samba-Trio.)

Please check
🙂 Game 1-5: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced (Sep 11 – 25, 2010).
PART-5: 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?

(JIWON: I still need to check some more articles to finish updating this part. But I think Pirlo’s part is done, at least. Gosh… I hardly know anything-football and it was such a headache to follow each game, (three games a week!!!), that I had to write down every member’s name and his role. Finally, I am not confused with two uniquely different names and their different roles: Nesta and Pirlo. 🙂

Now, I am surprised at the fact that Fat-Dinho has had quite interesting stories with Pirlo, Seedorf, or even Leo’s Gattuso. Not to mention with Kaka. I am also suspecting if SOMEONE has been using this headache situation and steering public opinion to get rid of Berlusconi from AC-Milan or even Italian Government. Furthermore, I am suspecting if “Happy happy Gaucho” or “Poor Fat-Dingo” has been or might also become the same victim as Dictator Berlusconi or Victim Leo-or-Allegri because of this scenario. Time will tell.)

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future

Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Bob UK / 11:12 PM Oct 2, 2010: Why do the opposition goalkeepers ALWAYS have a superman performance against Milan??? / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Forza Milan / 11:24 AM Oct 3, 2010: I dont see y their keeper mirante got such a high rating… i mean i know he saved lots of goals but all the shots were practically at him.. ibra hit three shots straight at him the best save he did was the one against dinho and the one where ibra did a karate kick at him other than that he was ok i’d say a 7.0… ibra was off his finishing style, robinho is getting there needs more playing time and encouragement dinho slowly bt surely is finding his form once more. Prilo AND Gattuso were beasts. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 6]
Comment-AC-MILAN fan but worried / 11:42 PM Oct 2, 2010: I am AC MILAN fan, they played well today but I am worried. The Inter machine LUCIO-SNIDER-ETO looked way too good against werder b in champiosL, I must admit. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 4]
Comment-sambaboy Malaysia / 11:34 AM Oct 3, 2010: The thing that really worry me so much is how we want to cope with team with pace especially EPL’s team. The last time we beat team from England was Manchester United but then we succumbed to Arsenal the following season at our own turf. Last season, we got beaten by 7-3 in aggregate by Man U. I do hope this season would be different. I’m a fan of Robinho, and I do think he has lots to offer. He captained Brazil when they took on USA. It showed how much the coach trusted him and he played well. / [Agree 3 : Disagree 1]
Comment-jo u.s. / 2:03 AM Oct 3, 2010: we still have to keep on rotating the squad although this was a good performance. We also need to finish more and we need to be able to take control of the game and slow down the tempo at times. For example around the end of the game we needed to control the tempo not just let them attack us. Anyways i also think that at all times we need at least 1 d mid which are Gattusso, Ambrosini, and Flamini. Then one playmaker and one box to box or playmaker. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Mart law Naija / 11:06 PM Oct 2, 2010: Milan played well cos parma didnt attack. Moreso little pressure from parma would hv seen the game leveled. Abate is always looking his confused self. And milan shuld play direct futbal instead of wat d strikers are doing missing goals and holdig to the ball for too long / [Agree 0 : Disagree 1]
Comment-delkhairio singapore / 1:49 PM Oct 3, 2010: milan played great football last night. it was really amazing. i hope they play like this against madrid. we dominate the midfield throughout the match. ibra is just unlucky. but i think that we need to improve on the flank area. parma gets the ball foward too easily on the flanks. especially Marques. forza milan. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]

Milan Coach Allegri Delighted With Top Spot Following Parma Win Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Anthony Australia / 11:40 PM Oct 3, 2010: This would have been a perfect game to give some young players a go like Sokratis, Abate, Montelongo. It’s all about building confidence. I can see Allegri changing his stance in 3 months time saying the Coppa Italia has always been our main target, after Milan stumble out of UCL and fall behind in Serie A. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 7]

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – allegri’s fantastic tactics

Milan Coach Allegri Delighted With Top Spot Following Parma Win Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
“It’s nice to see my side top of the league. … In the second period, Parma came fighting back and I think we dropped the tempo a little at times. I was pleased with the way my side utilised the diamond [formation] this evening and given that it led to our first win on the road this term, it certainly worked for us on the night,” he declared to SkySport.

Italy Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Elric Dang Sydney / 9:52 PM Oct 2, 2010: I am really sick of people who start supporting Milan after Ibra and Robinho join. A year ago no one cared to comment after a Milan game. Look at now, after 15 mins there are 50+ already. You people should get a life and be real. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 27]
Comment-Sherif Milan / 10:06 PM Oct 2, 2010: So IT IS possible to play all fantastic 4 together!! why didnt you do it before? / [Agree 3 : Disagree 13]
Comment-Dan EU / 10:12 PM Oct 2, 2010: Its good to see Milan is improving so fast…. It would have been 4-5 0 to Milan if it wasnt for Mirante best man of the match 🙂 / [Agree 38 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Waziri Nigeria / 11:07 PM Oct 2, 2010: Thanks alot Mr Allegri for your squard. thats a nice game milan. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-toni a,a / 12:11 AM Oct 3, 2010: nice match, i see milan improving every match and understanding allegri’s tactics. / [Agree 3 : Disagree 0]
Comment-johnny italia NYC / 2:04 AM Oct 3, 2010: we won and we played good tactics despite an one goal margin win. I’m satisfied and i think we can only get better. Pato is back and he’ll need a few games to break the rust and then he’ll be himself again. / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]
Comment-gobbi toronto / 9:55 PM Oct 2, 2010: Milan should have had 3 or 4 but its good to see another clean sheet. Pirlo and Dinho looked really good, and Seedorf was moving the ball around well. Don’t think Robinho deserves flop of the match as he took on the Parma defense a couple of times and got some nice touches in. However, Antonini and Abate are liabilities: Milan really need a new fullback in Jan. / [Agree 38 : Disagree 0]
Sam Milan / 11:14 AM Oct 3, 2010: I’m very happy with Allegri who took a chance and changed back to 4-3-1-2. Ronaldinho was amazing in the playmaking role and hopefully he can share that role with Seedorf over the course of the season. The rest of the midfield looked great too with Gattuso and Pirlo doing great lately. I think Flamini should be sold as Ambrosini and Boateng are ahead of him and Merkel and Strasser have a future in the team. Full-backs are still are weakness but are less exposed in the new formation. Forza Milan / [Agree 6 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Rieza Nagoya / 9:52 PM Oct 2, 2010: Milanisti should thank Allegri for this win. Great tactical setup as he moved Dinho to the center and changed to 4-3-1-2, instead of the usual 4-3-3. As a result, Dinho was more useful and hard to mark. And dont be too harsh to our goldenboy. Pato just recovered from injury, it is really understandable that he had some heavy touches. It’ll get better, surely… / [Agree 30 : Disagree 0]
Comment-cody milan / 10:42 PM Oct 2, 2010: i think the man of the match was ALLEGRI… first match with good tactic. 4.3.1.2 and fast change shift to 4.3.2.1 and 4.3.3. that was something to start. milan will get better. in attack we need to be more clinical and our defence is getting better with gatusso on getting his feet again / [Agree 55 : Disagree 5]
Comment-keep plnd / 10:16 PM Oct 2, 2010: Great game, everyone played well, nobody was outstanding. pirlo made the awesome goal, but beside that not that great. robinho and zambrota were the least effective. Ronaldinho was great in the center. Man of the match: allegri, in the field ronaldinho was the one that looked the most dangerous. / [Agree 25 : Disagree 0]
Comment-russel philippines / 11:14 PM Oct 2, 2010: THE position of dinho as a center was really effective so far this is the best formation allegre made. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-ben rome / 12:08 AM Oct 3, 2010: was really a joy to watch ronnie and i’ve always said before even at his time in barca when he played behind the strikers he was more dangerous u put ronnie in the left u wasting him coz hes got no pace anymore, put robinho left pato right ronnie behind ibra and we will win every game abbiatti antonini nesta silva zambro pirlo boateng seedorf robinho ronnie pato ibra 4 2 3 1 / [Agree 3 : Disagree 0]

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – defend as a unit

Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-bobi Macedonia / 12:09 AM Oct 3, 2010: nice display by the senior citizens(Milan) 🙂 / [Agree 1 : Disagree 1]
Comment-moe CDN / 10:21 PM Oct 2, 2010: good first half from Milan. that’s how they have to play. got tired in the 2nd. Ibra has to bury at least 1 of those. a win is a win. Seedorf played a good game. good goal by Pirlo he could see the goalie off his line at hit it perfect. long shots used to be part of the game when you could pass it back to the goalie wish more players could/would shoot. / [Agree 34 : Disagree 0]
Comment– ———– / 9:42 PM Oct 2, 2010: live scores is so slow the other one was better and also showed what else is going on the football world this one is slow and crap thumps up if u agree / [Agree 10 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Neil ha / 10:44 PM Oct 2, 2010: milan’s goal was to control the ball in midfield and when you do that and win comfortably, it’s.. good. can’t complain about too much. / [Agree 77 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Johan Roterdan / 10:53 PM Oct 2, 2010: what a goal from Pirlo, one the best midfielders ever to play / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Ganondorf518 jordan / 9:49 PM Oct 2, 2010: wonderful game and great goal. man of the match should be Mirante. without him it would be 5-0 at least. FORZA MILAN / [Agree 25 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Milanista Milan / 9:48 PM Oct 2, 2010: While it is a fair assessment to say that with all that fire power up front they should be causing nightmares for defenders, I see the other side of it and say today they defended as a unit and that is a positive for AC Milan because without that they might have lost that lead. / [Agree 14 : Disagree 0]
Comment-AceTheMan London / 10:08 PM Oct 2, 2010: good defence, good midfield and poor attack as they couldnt finish of the game with their chances. Credit to mirante for keeping the score line only 0-1. All in all well done for climbing on top of the league. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Milan4ever Toronto / 3:32 AM Oct 3, 2010: great defence from milan! continue defending like that and milan will have a better defence than inter! just some questions on the finishing 😦 anyway finishing is only a small part of the game the important thing is the making of the chance. All in all great performance!! FORZA MILAN! / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]

♥OUTCOME – 5♥ – F4 led by happy happy gaucho!

Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Jeffry Ukraine / 10:15 PM Oct 2, 2010: ronnie wasnt lazy today.. good game milan / [Agree 25 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Max Q / 10:40 PM Oct 2, 2010: the forwards looked remarkably fit. dinho’s rest benefited him, he played with power and his passes were precise, everyone else looked, good, robinho did, while bth didn’t handle the ball very much i guess milan wanted to play a team game. fine performance. / [Agree 52 : Disagree 2]
Comment-darinho brasil / 11:03 PM Oct 2, 2010: Ibrahimovic are from sweden and play like he comes from brazil. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Forza Milan / 10:18 AM Oct 3, 2010: Pirlos goal was awesome, real class. Ibra was good even tough he missed chances, cause when he got the ball he always made something for his teammates. He created chances for Robinho, Dinho and Pato but none of them unfortunately scored, bet next time they will. Also the goalkeeper was very good at coming out and block Ibras shots. Dinho played good he ran alot and had some chances infront of goal from Ibra as well. Pato is also back! Robinho looks lost at times, to much tecnical mistakes from him. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

Milan Coach Allegri Delighted With Top Spot Following Parma Win Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milan4life ./ 10:27 AM Oct 3, 2010: Ibra played good as he played his teammates to many goal chances, very unselfish. He did miss some chances himself but the goalkeeper was good at coming out and blocking the shots, also he has been out of training the days before the game cause of his injury. But next time Dinho and Pato will score on Ibras assists also Ibra will score on their passes. Boateng should stark instead of seedorf. Pirlo amazing goal! And defense played much much more solid in this game, we are getting there! [Agree 16 : Disagree 0]

Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-superuncommon BD / 9:51 PM Oct 2, 2010: Wonderful match by milan, couple of very easy chance was missed though. Ronaldinho, pirlo and thiago silva were awesome. Ibrahimovic for the first time missed so easy chances. Robinho was not up to the mark. At the end of the day milan won and this is the most important thing. forza milan! / [Agree 10 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Som India / 9:42 PM Oct 2, 2010: Good win for Milan. The team looked really confident going forward, well except Robinho maybe. I have this dread feeling that Robinho will turn out to be the flop of the season. How mighty Milan would have been with a good fullback or a doughty mid-fielder instead. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 2]
Comment-YNWA LIVERPOOL OF COURSE LIVERPOOL / 1:10 AM Oct 3, 2010: Oh Robinho, I hope he can found his touch … / [Agree 3 : Disagree 0]
Comment-aj earth / 2:16 AM Oct 3, 2010: give robinho more time. he will settle. This is his style over EPL. Just wait. He will start to score. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Toni Canada / 1:51 AM Oct 3, 2010: If robinho were up to gear the system would work a lot better but a lot of good saves from what were quite a few attempts on goal from what was a good setup although we have to watch the yellow cards. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Gus Dubai / 10:26 AM Oct 3, 2010: They finally played with the best formation, Ronaldinho playing as an AMF behind the strike force. Now one more thing, place Robinho on the LEFT (thats where he is dangerous not on the right!) and see if Ibra can cover the right flank. If Pato is available, then Pato on the right and Ibra covers left. Just like the Parma match. But ALWAYS have Ronaldinho in Center, as Kaka’s previous position. / [Agree 7 : Disagree 1]
Comment-matt canada / 1:58 AM Oct 3, 2010: way to go pato.. cant wait to see you play with binho, dinho and ibra / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Well… I was going to start “Collective Punishment for Samba-Trio”, and I’ve already threatened Robinho on this issue before his signing. If they kept enjoying Milan’s hot clubbing and kept losing AC-Milan’s hotter games…

WORKING…Brazilian Lap Dance… WORKING…

Now, I feel very… I think I need to change my plan until… I’d better start a specific plan to FEED Baby-Trio. Baby Pato, who never believes himself a baby especially when he wants to go out with Miss Brazil. Baby Binho, who looks like a baby. And Baby Dinho, who smiles like a baby. Also another plan for “Collective Punishment for Allegri’s First Squad in case they fail to feed Samba-Quartet.” Brrr… Should “Happy happy Gaucho” wear captain’s armband?)

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-DEFENSE (Abate/L)♥

Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mart law Naija / 11:06 PM Oct 2, 2010: Milan played well cos parma didnt attack. Moreso little pressure from parma would hv seen the game leveled. Abate is always looking his confused self. And milan shuld play direct futbal instead of wat d strikers are doing missing goals and holdig to the ball for too long / [Agree 0 : Disagree 1]

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-DEFENSE (Antonini/L)♥

Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-abod milano / 6:15 AM Oct 3, 2010: why do u guys always give antonini a low rate ???? he defends and attacks good and he moves along the flank the whole match unlike zambrotta / [Agree 44 : Disagree 5]
Comment-eltayeb united arab emirates / 7:23 AM Oct 3, 2010: antonini is good in attacking and he is a very good player offensively but his defence is poor and he really needs to work on his body muscles for tackling strong strikers who come from the wings / [Agree 8 : Disagree 8]

♥AS FOR FANTASTIC-MIDFIELD (Pirlo/M)♥

Comment-이번골은 한번 찾아서 볼만 합니다 / 2010.10.03. 11:17 / mmfc**** / IP 119.64.xxx.5: 대박골… YOUTUBE: Andrea Pirlo: Parma 0/1 AC Milan
Comment-오랜만이다.. / 2010.10.03. 18:28 / bebo**** / IP 124.5.xxx.51: 호날두가 어느 시즌부턴가, 물 오른 프리킥 감각으로. ‘무회전’이 호날두의 전매특허인 것 마냥, 떠들어대고 있는데.. 애당초, 무회전하면, 주닝요와 피를로 아니었나…. 뭐, 지금은 변했지만… 역시나 명불허전… 진짜 이번 골은… 한참 때의 피를로 다운 골이었다.. 내가 카카보다 피를로를 더 좋아해서 밀란 응원하던 때가 있었는데….
Comment-성격파탄자들 많네 ㅋㅋ / 2010.10.03. 20:15 / dudq**** / IP 220.120.xxx.201: 피를로 까는글이 왜케 많은지 🙂 하여간 축구 볼줄 모르는 것들이. 그저 보이는 능력에만 환호성 지랄대는거지, 🙂 호날두가 슈팅때리면 워!!! 메시가 드리블 하면 워!!! 됐다 그만하자. 글 제목은 글제목이고 🙂 @@@ 경기 아주 잘봤다. 간만에 밀란이 재밌는 경기 한듯 싶다~ 만날 볼돌리면서 볼점유율 높히고 간간히 킬패스에 의존하던 밀란이. 이번경기는 자주 킬패스가 나오고, 속시원한 피를로의 대박 중거리포 🙂 게다가 상대 파르마 골키퍼인 미란테의 환상적인 선방들로 보는이의 눈을 즐겁게 해준경기 🙂 골이많이 안나온건 아쉽지만 간만에 만족스럽다. 아약스 경기도 봤는데, 솔직히 아약스한테 경기내용 개 밀림. 옥세르 경기도 봣는데.. 이겼지만 경기내용 시원찮음 🙂 암튼 재밌었다~

Comment-피를로 정말 사기다 / 2010.10.03. 14:21 / eedo**** / IP 165.132.xxx.132: 경기 내내 졸면서 비몽사몽 툭툭 차는데. 어떻게 공 궤적이 저렇게 되냐…. 쨌든 밀란분들 승리 ㅊㅋ 올해에는 한 번 인테르 저지해봅시다. 밀란이든 로마든 유베든.. ㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠ
Comment-renz**** : 공이 일직선으로 쭉~ 🙂 저런 무회전 저도 처음 봄. 조금도 안휘고 걍 일직선 / 10.03. 15:05 / IP 211.176.xxx.239
Comment-얼굴도 너무 잘생겼는데 축구도 / 2010.10.03. 16:36 / hida**** / IP 182.208.xxx.79: 축구란 졸면서 해도 된다 라는. 축구 참 쉽게 하는 숙자 오빠는. 얼굴마저 지구최강으로 생기셨음. 아 오늘 경기 라이브로 보다가 심장이 터질뻔. ㅠㅠ 오빠. 완전 사랑해요
Comment-ju38**** : 그저 피를로가 진리 ㅇㅇ / 10.03. 18:50 / IP 211.117.xxx.94

Comment-피를로 아직 건재하군 / 2010.10.03. 11:21 / shy3**** / IP 112.148.xxx.49: 제라드=램파드>>피를로=====스콜스>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>사비. 답답한 꾸레기들 🙂
Comment-nopa**** : 제라드, 램파드는 공격형이고 피를로는 수비형이고, 스콜스, 사비는 중앙에서 밸런스잡아주는형인데 비교가 된다고 보냐…. 얘는 대체 생각이 있는앤가? 내가 꾸레는 아니지만 억지로 끼워맞춰서 까내리지마라 / 10.03. 11:50 / IP 117.123.xxx.147
Comment-dmin**** : 솔직히 까놓고 비교하면 현재 사비>인혜>>>>>>>피를로(폼 약간 떨어짐)>>>>>>램파드>=제라드 아닌가??? / 10.03. 11:56 / IP 183.102.xxx.95
Comment-sang**** : 스탯보고 왜케판단하냐 ㅋㅋ 제라드는 로또 한방 딱딱 떠져주고 램파드는 꾸준하게 넣어주고 피를로는 스탯기계가 아니야 중원에서 패스같은거 넣어주는 얘라니깐 얘 수미라고 ㅡㅡ / 10.03. 12:18 / IP 112.187.xxx.117
Comment-dung**** : 피를로 나이 많이 묵어서 좀 골골하더니 확실히 클래스는 살아있네. 슛 개쩌러 / 10.03. 12:34 / IP 218.55.xxx.54
Comment-cntl**** : 피를로가 국대 퇴물 수준이라고 하는 넘은 이번 월드컵 이탈리아 마지막 경기 봐라 후반 20분쯤 남겨 놓고 피를로 나오고나서 부터 이탈리아 공격 전개 된거 / 10.03. 12:51 / IP 180.68.xxx.250
Comment-kso2**** : 피를로 수미지만 공미 중미 다뛰고, 중미에 가깝고 사비보다는 약간 아래인거 인정.. 하지만 아직 죽진않았음 / 10.03. 13:05 / IP 211.212.xxx.39
Comment-abcj**** : 이피엘 빠돌이랑은 축구를 논하면 안된다 🙂 🙂 🙂 / 10.03. 13:25 / IP 121.165.xxx.215
Comment-astp**** : 아놔 피를로가 수비형이래 아놔 개웃겨 🙂 / 10.03. 13:44 / IP 183.101.xxx.208
Comment-dmin**** : astp/ 피를로는 수미 맞는데????? 다만 공격전개하는 수미일 뿐이지. 사실 수비는 별로 안하지. 근데 위치는 확실히 수미 맞는데??? 그 위치에서 공격전개 하는 선수일뿐. / 10.03. 13:48 / IP 183.102.xxx.95
Comment-jdk0**** : 수비형미드필더를 홀딩,앵커로 나누는데 피를로가 전형적인 앵커맨이지.. 또 니네가 스콜스 롱패스 쩐다고하는데 피를로도 롱패스정확도는 개사기급이다. 다만 체공시간이길어서 템포가 조금 느릴뿐 / 10.03. 13:56 / IP 218.235.xxx.7
Comment-gjrh**** : 솔찍히 피를로 전성기만큼 한 선수 또잇음? 아직도 건재한데 / 10.03. 15:02 / IP 123.99.xxx.197
Comment-renz**** : 06피를로는 역대로 뒤져봐도 최고다. 요새는 사비가 훨 낫지만 / 10.03. 15:03 / IP
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Comment-hsk9**** : 피를로팬이라서 그런가???? 전성기vs전성기 하면 난 피를로에 건다……. 진짜 사실 챔스 우승할때도 카카가 얼굴마담햇지만 피를로역활도 막대햇다…. 너무 눈에 안띄어서 슬펏던….. / 10.03. 18:01 / IP 119.192.xxx.51
Comment-kyh3**** : ㅄ들 중미는또머냐 🙂 미드필더에 미드뜻도모르나 설마 중미가 센터미드필더말하는거? 그럼더병이고 🙂 미드필더자체가 중앙에있는걸말하는건데 중미래 🙂 / 10.03. 18:05 / IP 121.161.xxx.123
Comment-gort**** : 불나방처럼 까려고 달려드는 이피엘악성빠들도 싫지만, 중미를 앵커, 홀딩 나누면서 아는척 개드립하는것도 좀 어이없다… 🙂 10.03. 19:56 / IP 59.1.xxx.13
Comment-soun**** : 뭐 좀 알면서 까든가 피를로만한 미들이 세상에 또 어디있나.. 피를로만한 레지스타는 없다. 스콜스 패스? 패스는 피를로한테 안된다. 사비가 피를로 자리에서 그 정도 퀄리티의 패스 할 수 있을지는 의문이다. 사비도 정말 훌륭한 선수지만 피를로 자리에서는 피를로가 그저 최고;; / 10.03. 22:08 / IP 113.131.xxx.32
Comment-hyuk**** : gort**** 앵커랑 홀딩은 확실히 다르니까 나누지 .. 그렇게 안나누면? 피를로랑 가투소랑 미드필더라고 하는 역할이 다 똑같게? / 10.04. 00:17 / IP 203.229.xxx.145
Comment-renz**** : 앵커나 홀딩이나 널리 쓰이는 용어가 아닌걸로 아는데. / 10.04. 00:42 / IP 211.176.xxx.239
Comment-z_er**** : 피를로 처음은 공미였는데 쩝;; / 10.04. 00:52 / IP 121.162.xxx.35

Andrea Pirlo Outlines Milan’s Winning Plans For The Season Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milanista malaysia / 1:11 PM Oct 2, 2010: pirlo is very a quiet person. but when he speaks…he speaks the truth. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Olebs Lagos / 11:00 AM Oct 2, 2010: A nice word from a wonderful player. He has always been underrated. U really worth the MVP and world footballer of d year in 2006. I have faith in u. Milan should win a trophy for us d fans. We need a silverware and i believe with the team and allegri we can do that… I can only beg all milan fans to keep supporting them… FORZA MILAN, FORza PIRLO…FORZA CALCIO / [Agree 24 : Disagree 0]
Comment-gigi milan / 2:28 PM Oct 2, 2010: Super Andrea Pirlo, he will have a great season. He was, will and will always be great. He and xavi are the last deep playing playmakers remaining and he will be important to milan this year. / [Agree 28 : Disagree 0]
Comment-benz cah solo / 2:45 PM Oct 2, 2010: agree, but i want u show ur bending freekick again, forza milan / [Agree 37 : Disagree 0]
Comment-milaner fadfasdf / 12:40 PM Oct 2, 2010: hmm i still think milan should change formations so pirlo wouldn’t be the only midfielder left to cover the defense. perhaps 4-2-1-3, where the 2 dmcs are gattuso / ambro and flamini and pirlo given a mc position as a playmaker / [Agree 15 : Disagree 2]

Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-kaka indonesia / 6:45 AM Oct 3, 2010: inter will really truly regret selling pirlo over / [Agree 22 : Disagree 4]
Comment-jj pak / 12:41 PM Oct 3, 2010: was a amazing goal from 33 yards out / [Agree 17 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Josh CA / 8:44 PM Oct 2, 2010: Pirlo could score from his hotel room if he wanted to / [Agree 47 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Igusti Australia / 5:02 AM Oct 3, 2010: Better than his goal at the Bernabeu last season. Pirlo embodies class! / [Agree 36 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Me Here / 8:43 PM Oct 2, 2010: Holy christ what a goal from Pirlo, i was not expecting that, I think he should try his luck more often instead of always passing, he knows he can score from that distance! / [Agree 25 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Me Here / 8:11 PM Oct 2, 2010: PIRLO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a LEGEND, in your face doubters!! class act is Andrea Pirlo… Forza Pirlo, Forza Milan! / [Agree 19 : Disagree 0]
Comment-a a / 10:57 PM Oct 2, 2010: Did that shot just went in? Pirlo is the best centre midfielder I’ve ever seen. / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]
Comment-MADrid fan not 4 life milan / 8:14 AM Oct 3, 2010: Now I understand why people say pirlo is the heart of AC Milan. I am an Real Madrid fan now I’m really scared of AC Milan cos pirlo might score like that again! against my team, Real Madrid!! 😦 (fantastic goal by pirlo I’ll give him 10/10) / [Agree 22 : Disagree 0]
Comment-karim egypt / 10:46 PM Oct 2, 2010: form is temporary ! class is eternal ! forza pirlo !! forza milan ! / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-elie lebanon / 8:16 PM Oct 2, 2010: pirlooooooooooo the best!!! / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]
Comment-rosso neri / 8:38 PM Oct 2, 2010: all pirlo goals are goals of class. / [Agree 16 : Disagree 1]
Comment-forzalivorno adrianopolis / 8:45 PM Oct 2, 2010: Legendary goal by Pirlo. / [Agree 38 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Vincenzo Grella Sudbury, Canada / 2:56 AM Oct 3, 2010: As I said all along… Pirlo is the most consistent player for the Azzurri for the six years. He’s just so methodical in the way he approaches the game. / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]
Comment-littlemorella Nesta lover No.1 germany / 10:08 PM Oct 2, 2010: Bravo + congrat. Milan! Bravo Pirlo! A fantastic goal. It punishes all critics who said Pirlo is done! Good, coz I love our Italian players, also the oldies. Rino should be substituted earlier or play not every match. Boateng is really more needed. Forzaaa Milan! / [Agree 21 : Disagree 4]

♥AS FOR FLOP-MIDFIELD (Gattuso/R)♥

AC Milan icon Gattuso: I did not get along with Leonardo Oct 3, 2010 / By Korean Media
Comment-확실히 안보살님의 영향이 너무 커 / 2010.10.03. 16:33 / hida**** / IP 182.208.xxx.79: 가투소는 진짜 의리하나는 있는 듯슨. 안감독 경질되고 첼시로 갈때 엉엉 울면서 가지말라고 붙잡고 울었단 기사 봤는데… 팀 이적하려고 할때 갈리아니가 너 이적하면 나 뛰어내린다고 바짓가랭이 붙잡고 말리니까 남는거 보면 ~ 🙂 그냥 밀란에서 뼈를 묻는게.. 그나저나 레오나르도 감독님 너무 불싸유 😦 팀도 시망일때 맡아가지고…..
Comment-good****: 안감독은 카투소가 귀때기 때려도 웃으면서 맞아준 유일한 감독이었으니깐요… / 10.03. 17:14 / IP 125.190.xxx.5
Comment-choi****: 안감독이 뭔 경질이여 – -;; / 10.04. 02:05 / IP 61.84.xxx.26
Comment-가투소.. / 2010.10.03. 19:46 / woah**** / IP 211.47.xxx.82: 수염깍으면 훈남삘 지대로남.. 날두를 걍 지워버린게 엊그제같은데.. 요새는 시즌 중후반 넘어가면 체력딸려서 힘들어하든데..
Comment-가투소.. / 2010.10.03. 20:10 / quda**** / IP 119.204.xxx.10: 호날도 막고서 장렬히 산화해버린 기량
Comment-가투소.. / 2010.10.03. 19:48 / wnal**** / IP 115.137.xxx.34: 올시즌 새로이 회춘하는듯.. 작년까지만 해도 암락이 주전을 먹었지만. 이젠 주장완장달고 누비는 가축소.

Comment-가투소보다 X가 낳은거같던뎅 / 2010.10.03. 17:04 / skrt**** / IP 112.146.xxx.164: THIS COMMENT IS A SPAM.
Comment-emin****: 가투소가 실력에 비해 너무 과소평가된 선수입죠… 2006년 챔스리그 4강 맨유전을 보면 그의 존재유무가 얼마나 대단했는지…. 물론 최전성기 시절임 / 10.03. 18:08 / IP 72.45.xxx.78
Comment-junw****: 4년 전 2006년 독일 월드컵 때가 전성기였죠~ 조국 이탈리아를 월드컵 우승으로 이끌었고, 월드컵이 끝난 2006~2007시즌 때 밀란의 챔스리그 우승을 이끌었죠~ 카카와 함께 말이죠~ 맨유에서 맹활약하던 호날두를 완벽하게 봉쇄하고 그랬었죠~ 그게 불과 3~4년 전인데 정말 시간이 많이 지났네요~ 이제 가투소도 은퇴할 나이니~ / 10.03. 22:32 / IP 110.12.xxx.116
Comment-jwl2****: 가투소도 78년 생이네…그래도 3~4년은 더 뛰겠지 더구나 팀이 밀란이니 🙂 / 10.04. 00:00 / IP 70.69.xxx.154

No Ronaldinho Problem At Milan – Adriano Galliani Sep 29, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milanista121 USA / 2:26 PM Sep 29, 2010: He misses one game and there has to be a problem? You have to love the media… I think it’s great with players being rested so they don’t get worn out, Pirlo has been great these last couple of games, he’s been a joy to watch, like the old days, MAYBE IT’S GATTUSO’S RESURRECTION, WHO KNOWS… But I wouldn’t mind seeing Pirlo getting some rest as well. Forza Milan!! / [Agree 12 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: During this game, this Gattuso part was one of the weirdest. Is someone working here? I much prefer Korean comments. It has nothing to do with this game, though.)

Italy Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-post my comment / 8:39 PM Oct 2, 2010: the bulldog gattuso is back / [Agree 26 : Disagree 6]
Comment-101 yrs old Heaven and above / 8:44 PM Oct 2, 2010: I cant watch my pal Gattusso running around like crazy and falling down without anybody touching him, I am guessing the captains arm band is too heavy for him, I feel for him, I am 101 yrs old , i understand the pain he goes through because he is of my age too…. / [Agree 15 : Disagree 18]
Comment-Maaz Canada / 9:50 PM Oct 2, 2010: @Som India, Between Boateng, Pirlo, Flamini and Seedorf, Milan have a really good midfield. It only looks really bad when Gattuso is playing. For the life of me, I cant figure out what he deserves to play every game, let alone be captain. / [Agree 13 : Disagree 14]
Comment-J F / 9:46 PM Oct 2, 2010: Boateng was crucial at the end and, he helped to end the momentum Parma was trying to build with some great clearances… / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Mavrick Barbados / 10:23 PM Oct 2, 2010: Looking at Milan’s offence, i am confident that the attackers will gel and soon start scoring at will. It was great to see a goal coming from a midfielder for a change. Gattuso was ok today, but he offers very little going forward. Boateng or Flamini are a far better options. / [Agree 39 : Disagree 5]
Comment-littlemorella Nesta lover No.1 germany / 10:08 PM Oct 2, 2010: Bravo + congrat. Milan! Bravo Pirlo! A fantastic goal. It punishes all critics who said Pirlo is done! Good, coz I love our Italian players, also the oldies. Rino should be substituted earlier or play not every match. Boateng is really more needed. Forzaaa Milan! / [Agree 21 : Disagree 4]
Comment-… …. / 4:43 AM Oct 3, 2010: if milan wants an offensive game they should replace boating for gattuso, if they want to play defensive, for example vs inter milan which is needed against snjeider, milito, etoo, then they should go for gattuso / [Agree 20 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Rosso neri / 2:13 PM Oct 3, 2010: Well done by all the team, special credit to Pirlo and Gattuso in dominating the mid.. Forza Rossoneri!!! / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]

♥AS FOR FLOP-AGENT♥

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Has Rediscovered Happiness At Milan – Agent Mino Raiola Sep 29, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-RM4LIFE Spain / 6:07 PM Sep 29, 2010: His agent should be happy too, he got 1 million euros for Ibra transfer to AC Milan. / [Agree 20 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Masoko Interista / 2:49 PM Sep 29, 2010: Hahaha.. this Agent always looking for a FEE. Now he’s working so Ibra move to Milan for another agency fee :D.. maybe next season he’ll say Ibra wants to move to Premier League … LOL!! / [Agree 33 : Disagree 16]

♥Time To INVESTIGATE♥ sh*ts that also make You-Know-Who the same victim as dictator silvio and victim leo-or-allegri

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Has Rediscovered Happiness At Milan – Agent Mino Raiola Sep 29, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-hehe hehe / 1:58 PM Sep 29, 2010: Raiola sucks. the worst manager ever. / [Agree 17 : Disagree 36]

Italy Parma 0-1 Milan: Andrea Pirlo Wonder Strike Sinks Gialloblu Oct 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-soren denmark / 8:54 AM Oct 3, 2010: I am a big rossonerofan but I simply dont understand why Goal always gives Dinho big credits for his contribution. I watch the game yesterday and he is very slow and sloppy. Everytime he gets the ball everything stops. Robinho was much better. He is a lot faster and involved. I know he was sloppy when he tried to finish but at least he had chances. Dinho was totally out of order. / [Agree 3 : Disagree 18]

Comment-reda jeddah / 9:22 AM Oct 3, 2010: to Soren, i beg to differ, ronaldinho, still not as sharp as last season, was far better than robinho, who still needs to get his ball control back. he was fast yes but ineffectual. ronaldinho was slow yes but he played better than his last 2 games. hopefully both improve gradually but quickly. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 0]

Comment-Els … / 10:08 PM Oct 2, 2010: Great play by Ronaldinho!!!!!!! / [Agree 40 : Disagree 2]
Comment-pisze mali / 10:23 PM Oct 2, 2010: see.. as simple as that.. with dinho in the lineup Milan is winning / [Agree 39 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Milangory Kuwait / 4:06 AM Oct 3, 2010: Ibra did a splendid job, fought for every ball and created many chances for his team mates, complete selfless performance. He shows complete fluency with R80 and Seedorf as both him and Seedorf have that Brazilian mentality to anticipate the move and be at the right spot. But R70 is a disaster waiting to happen, he seems staggering on the field, can’t even occupy a decent space to unshackle the defense and always shadowing Ibra as he seems lost and unsure of where to be! / [Agree 22 : Disagree 0]

Comment-Augusto Atlanta / 9:53 PM Oct 2, 2010: bench Seedorf let Boateng play Seedorf will not pass the ball to Ronnie / [Agree 12 : Disagree 11]

Comment-N Y / 10:04 PM Oct 2, 2010: Still not enough focus on ibra. He’s the one that’s gonna win the games for them. Milan also needs a new defensive midfielder plus new defenders. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 11]

Comment-mayweatherfats san serious / 8:23 PM Oct 2, 2010: how has ibra not scored !! he s being a bit greedy / [Agree 4 : Disagree 10]
Comment-Agent Mino Riola Zlatans house / 9:42 PM Oct 2, 2010: For once please give Ibra, Flop of the match. he really flopped. Allegri wise up / [Agree 9 : Disagree 38]
Comment-John Fan / 9:42 PM Oct 2, 2010: Maybe people will ease off Robinho now.. Pato was even worse!!! / [Agree 9 : Disagree 22]
Comment-Sheva Toronto / 9:49 PM Oct 2, 2010: ease off robinho? pato just came back from injury.. and still managed to get a shot on goal. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]
Comment-I eat my Words Mouth / 9:51 PM Oct 2, 2010: Robinho and Zlatan should share the flops of the match. fortunately Goal favors Ibra, so Robinho will get it. actually Gattusso should get but old men do not participate in this competition / [Agree 2 : Disagree 35]
Comment-gobbi toronto / 9:55 PM Oct 2, 2010: Milan should have had 3 or 4 but its good to see another clean sheet. Pirlo and Dinho looked really good, and Seedorf was moving the ball around well. Don’t think Robinho deserves flop of the match as he took on the Parma defense a couple of times and got some nice touches in. However, Antonini and Abate are liabilities: Milan really need a new fullback in Jan. / [Agree 38 : Disagree 0]

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CL-02 Ajax 1-1 Milan: Awful Game! Disgusting Fan-Club. True That Allegri’s Subs Were Not Right. However, What Do They Exactly Want From Tired-Out Dinho? Do They Want To See Suicidal Samba?

Sep 28, 2010 7:45 PM BST UEFA CL-02 Ajax 1-1 Milan
♥PREPARATION♥

Ronaldinho Could Be Dropped For Milan’s Champions League Clash At Ajax – Report Sep 27, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Coach Allegri Stays Mum About Starting Ronaldinho Against Ajax Sep 27, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Veteran Gennaro Gattuso To Miss Champions League Match Against Ajax – Report Sep 27, 2010 / By Goal
Milan’s Adriano Galliani Demands Concrete Performance Against Ajax In Champions League Sep 27, 2010 / By Goal

(Updated on SEPTEMBER 29, 2010) – DRAFT
(Updated on OCTOBER 4, 2010)

♥OUTCOME♥ – babyrobinho

Champions League Ajax 1-1 Milan: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Equaliser Earns Rossoneri Draw In Amsterdam Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Ibracadabra
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Robinho
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Robinho
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section: Allegri & FOLKS

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Satisfied With Performance Against Ajax Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mito Skopje, Macedonia / 9:37 AM Sep 29, 2010: Draw is OK, but I have serius doupts regarding the purchase of Robinho. Very childish, very inefective, poor poor performance. I can only hope (but I do not think) he will get better. / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]

Ajax 1-1 Milan: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Equaliser Earns Rossoneri Draw In Amsterdam Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-se7en_maniaMilan Malaysia / 11:52 PM Sep 28, 2010: I’m really confused here. Some said Robinho was a flop while others said he was quite ok. For those who did not watch the game please don’t make comment as if you were watching it (some even exaggerated it). I did’t have the opportunity thought as it was not broadcasted in Malaysia. The broadcasted games which EPL’s teams played. / [Agree 26 : Disagree 6]

(JIWON: What’s happening here? When I checked this comment section, there were about 204 comments. I PROMISE. SOMEONE IS WORKING HERE. Whoever he is, this sh*t started his job again. I was so sick of this f*cking comment section that I had to check…)

Champions League: Milan Shamefully Outplayed By Great Ajax Youngsters Sep 28, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Ivan Soldo (= 20yrold-Croatian = KakaFan)
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Comment-Nick B (= MilanFan since Berlusconi): One word sums up todays performance by Milan: Awful! I thought by now Allegri would have the guts to drop Gattuso/Antonini/Zambrotta and yes Seedorf. These players are either old, past their prime or not good enough. Seedorf only had two decent touches on the ball; one pass to set up Robinho-who missed terribly(He should watch Romario or Brazil’s Ronaldo videos to learn how to score in one on ones with the keeper) and another pass to set up Ibra. Apart from that Seedorf had a poor game. He was out muscled off the ball too often. What a shame! Some players should really know when to quit. Antonini/Gattuso/Zambrotta/Robinho/Zambrotta and yes Allegri were horrible today. Gattuso gave the ball away to much and everybody else look slow and tired. I was never a fan of Flamini and for those who say he needs playing time-well I say, if after three seasons at Milan and you cannot break into the first team that has such an OLD midfield, then you(Flamini) are not good enough! I’m beginning to also question Allegri’s tactical judgement. Again his substitutions were wrong and late-The subs should have been made around the 60th no later than the 70th minute. I don’t understand why Abate and not Ronaldinho if you are trying to win-very strange! I felt like Allegri was content with a draw. Only Flamini sub made sense. I have said it before, Milan’s management must be delusional to think they can win any trophies with just the signing of Ibra and Robinho. The defense and the midfield needs some quality new blood before we can be on top again. Forza Milan!
Comment-Ivan Soldo (= 20yrold-Croatian = KakaFan): Robinho can just outrun everyone on the field but he is too much in stupid Samba and parties! That doesn’t help anyone! Just look at the way Pato outruns goalkeepers…… Robinho failed big time! (…) That’s what I was thinking about all the time when Robinho missed that chance! Seriously, he is fast just like Pato! I guess not so intelligent.

(JIWON: Still, there were not enough information, especially about Robinho. Therefore, I had to check all the possible Korean comments.)

Comment-밀란은 역습이 없었다. / 2010.09.29. 14:35 / IP 117.123.xxx.118: 너무 안정적이게 하려고 한다. 역습찬스였을때 확실히 빠르게 치고 올라가야되는데. ALLEGRI 이상하게 역습전술 주문을 안한건가.. CAGLIARI 때는 역습전술 일가견있어보였는데말야. ROBINHO의 드리블돌파도 보고싶고, 약간 좀 이기적인 플레이를 보여줬으면 좋겠다. 너무 볼돌려, 중요한건 쓸데없이 볼만 돌리다가 컷팅당해서 위기를 맞는다는거지 😦 ALLEGRI 감독 진짜.. 간당간당하다.. 오히려 초짜감독 레오나르두감독이 더 신뢰가 갈정도로 답답한 경기력을 보여주고있다 😦

(JIWON: This was what I wanted. Weirdly, this comment disappeared after posting the DRAFT. Weird, too, is that COMMENTS started to appear after posting this DRAFT. Therefore, I only picked up Robinho-related comments.)

Ajax 1-1 Milan: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Equaliser Earns Rossoneri Draw In Amsterdam Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ole Au / 2:20 PM Sep 29, 2010: robinho should never had left real madrid / [Agree 10 : Disagree 10]
Comment-RD Netherlands / 1:40 PM Sep 29, 2010: Quite amusing that Robinho was in a situation against Stekelenburg exactly like in the Brazil-Holland game. He didn’t have his magic touch this time, however. / [Agree 15 : Disagree 10]
Comment-samba_boy Malaysia / 10:47 AM Sep 29, 2010: I believe most of us play football or at least used to play it. Even with small fan, we got nervous everytime we had the ball at our feet thinking our next move. I’m sure that some of the footballer got nervous too. Just got into a new environment, new teammates, new fans and it showed in Robinho. It was not like he did nothing in the game. He tried to do his best but sometimes thing had not turn out like we wanted it to. So, rather than complaining, have faith in the team and keep on believing. / [Agree 11 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Forza MILAN / 10:17 AM Sep 29, 2010: I know u guys love Dinho I do to but Robinho despite his miss on goal is faster than Dinho and creates a faster attack. He ran free many times when Ibra passed a great pass to him, so when Robinho dont runs offside it will be dangerous. Dinho makes great passes from time to time but he is slow, sometimes he is fast when he is in a mood but if he is slow Robinho is a better fit! / [Agree 1 : Disagree 1]
Comment-MILAN FORZA / 10:08 AM Sep 29, 2010: Ibra got many attacks on him and he limped with one foot at a couple of times but he still never falls down when being attacked. I admire that, I mean ROBINHO IS A FAST PLAYER BUT HE DIVES SO FREAKING MUCH! Ibra is so strong like a tower hwo never falls. But guys did u hear Ibra has a small injury in his tigh 😦 he must play so I hope its nothing serious! he is important to score goals. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-MIke Sweden / 9:34 AM Sep 29, 2010: Robinho played a good game, he’s not in shape so its not strange that missed the chance whe he have. Give him time and you will see soon what he can do. Milan plays much much faster with him!!!! / [Agree 11 : Disagree 8]
Comment-yuii iuuy / 9:18 AM Sep 29, 2010: Robinho had a good game stop being childlish! If he had scored on the 2 great chances he had he would have gotten a 9 from Goal.com! He had a good game he just can’t finish and that’s because he lacks form and confidence! But he is faster then Ronalinho and they play faster with him on the field… I would play with Ronaldinho, Pato, Robinho and Zlatan and skip Seedorf! / [Agree 12 : Disagree 4]
Comment-Milan to the top! / 2:38 AM Sep 29, 2010: I saw the game. Robinho played well in general, but his finishing was horrible and his work rate should have been higher. He’s low on confidence. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]
Comment-harisen Australia / 1:59 AM Sep 29, 2010: just to make it clear robinho had a good game, he was in behind the defence countless times but his final hit on the ball either went wide or high. any other day would have been a double or hatrick for him – he will improve i think it was nerves that got the better of him / [Agree 6 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Peter Denmark / 1:30 AM Sep 29, 2010: Robinho was quite good, except for the sitter he missed. He was on the ground complaining a little to often for my liking though. And Stekelenburg’s save in the 84th was from Boateng – not Robinho who wasn’t on the field. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Jesse WA / 12:43 AM Sep 29, 2010: I don’t think Robinho had a great game, and he definitely should have capitalized on his opportunity when he was one on one with Stekelenburg. I must say though that he was on the ground because he was FOULED again and again, but hardly ever got the whistle. For example, he was breaking away and got clipped from behind and the ref put his whistle to his mouth, but then for some reason didn’t blow it. Flamini was awful and so was Nesta. / [Agree 3 : Disagree 1]
Comment-markis slo / 10:55 AM Sep 29, 2010: Robinho and Ronaldinho must play together!!!!!! / [Agree 2 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: And here goes the most humorous comment.)

Ajax 1-1 Milan: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Equaliser Earns Rossoneri Draw In Amsterdam Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Robinho Milan / 2:28 AM Sep 29, 2010: To those who criticized me for missing that chance, I’m sorry. I wish I could have done better like I always did before. What I’m asking for is a little bit of time. I promise I will do my best next time. What I’m lacking right now is the confidence. At City and Santos, I was worshipped by the fans, got motivated in each games and got to score couple of goals and showed my skills. Again, I would like to stress that I’m still not at my highest level, it will come soon and have faith in me.. adios. / [Agree 11 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: Cheers! And I promise that whoever he is, THIS SOMEONE behind this dirty politics or HIS ITEM will have to be out of BERLUSCONI’S WALLET. Also, I am curious. How long should I wait till this baby-binho regains his confidence? When can I start my Milan project to put those “Samba-Trio or Samba-Quartet or Samba-Quintet or Samba-ACmilan” through the mill? I am hungry for “Collective Punishment”. 🙂 )

Clarence Seedorf Admits Milan Can’t Rely Solely On Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-harisen Australia / 2:06 AM Sep 29, 2010: 4-2-1-3 formation would suit us better as pato if coming back this week. 4 defenders – Pirlo, Boateng – Ronaldinho – Robinho, Ibra, Pato. Problem with us playing 2 strikers (Robinho and Ibra) wen robinho has the ball on left, ibra moves towards him leaving a gap in the middle which is good but without pato on the right now picks up those balls put across. 3 strikers is the way to go. / [Agree 11 : Disagree 3]
Comment-Jesse WA / 3:11 PM Sep 29, 2010: Given his ball strength and athleticism, I think that Boateng should play in the midfield as opposed to a winger. I would have liked to have seen dinho and binho play up front with Ibra. Also, why was it that Ibra and Robinho swapped positions for part of the match? Robinho’s strength is penetration while Ibra’s is finishing. So robinho should be playing wide and Ibra central. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 0]

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Satisfied With Performance Against Ajax Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Jkv M / 10:54 AM Sep 29, 2010: Robinho brings speed to Milans game more than DInho does. In that way he is better, but he missed a great chance. But Milan played actually better this game then before, more solid defense. Also Ibra is the best striker in Milan but he have to much pressure on him to score all goals. The others need to score on their chances! Also Ibra has a tigh injury as u could see him limp during the game, so if he gets injured and cant play its really bad for milan! more players needs to score to help Ibra. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: I believe. Those SH*TS should work harder. Always, I can find reasonable comments from other articles.)

♥AS FOR IDOL-DINHO♥

No Ronaldinho Problem At Milan – Adriano Galliani Sep 29, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-samba_boy Malaysia / 10:55 AM Sep 29, 2010: For those Milan fans out there, please don’t speculate. I’m sure everything is ok in Milan and there is nothing going on between Allegri and Dinho. I think Dinho understood Allegri well for not playing him in that game. Looking at his previous performances, he needed the rest. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 6]
Comment-Milanista Milan / 10:13 AM Sep 29, 2010: Yeah… Coach tried a different formation, which most people believe(rightly or wrongly) that Dinho doesn’t fit in. Otherwise there is not tension. I saw him SMILING on the sideline yesterday while warming up. Missimalliano Allegri did not field him eventually but he threw not tantrum. Just kept smiling. Hey, that’s Dinho for you. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-gobbi toronto / 6:03 PM Sep 29, 2010: As anyone who watched the Ajax game can say, Dinho is definitely not in any danger of losing his place to Robinho. He is 30 and Milan have 3 games in the same week. It is quite logical for him to be rested.. / [Agree 18 : Disagree 0]
Comment-slik Gh / 10:56 AM Sep 29, 2010: Well, other clusbs are knocking. So if Dinho gets relegated, he should just move to another club. His talent is too much to waste on the bench. / [Agree 12 : Disagree 2]

♥Time To INVESTIGATE♥ sh*ts that also make You-Know-Who the same victim as dictator silvio and victim leo-or-allegri

Ronaldinho Encourages Barcelona Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic To Join Milan Aug 25, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic: I Want To Play With Milan’s Ronaldinho, I Haven’t Spoken To Pep Guardiola For Six Months Aug 25, 2010 / By Goal

Ronaldinho Could Be Dropped For Milan’s Champions League Clash At Ajax – Report Sep 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Anthony koueik Byblos – Lebanon / 1:18 PM Sep 27, 2010: Ronaldihno is suffering because of Ibra! it is obvious! the game when Ibra wasn’t on the pitch Ronaldinho was shining as he was last season. But when Ibra came… he took all the spot lights… not because he’s better but because he sometimes take the ball where Ronaldihno must be positioning… All because Allegri is letting Ibra to take more credits from all the other team mates… I personally dont like it… Even if Ibra is a gr8 player / [Agree 2 : Disagree 3]

(JIWON: To put it simply, is this an obsession or what? Do they want to support Ronaldinho or completely ruin this Samba career? What do they want from Ronaldinho? If they are called REAL fans of “Happy, happy Gaucho”… If they are, they must have followed Dinho’s every each game, and must have been the very first one to figure out how tired this Brazilian is now. If they are, they must have been the very first one to pinpoint the most beautiful moment of “Happy, happy Gaucho” and was able to analyze WHAT made it possible. To be honest, I’m not curious about how much they adore Ronaldinho. I am just curious if they are REAL fans or a third party in disguise of Fan-Club.)

♥AS FOR coach/VICTIM♥

Clarence Seedorf Admits Milan Can’t Rely Solely On Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 10:46 AM Sep 29, 2010: People bagging Allegri forget 2 things.1. Leo started slowly last year as well, so far we have not lost 4-0 to anyone,we’ve beaten someone 4-0 which brings me to my next point.2. All Summer Allegri was working with KJH and Borriello in mind, last few days of the transfer season, they are gone and here is Ibra and Robinho. He needs to work out that different structure. I think Allegri will be fine eventually like Leo last year. / [Agree 9 : Disagree 2]

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Satisfied With Performance Against Ajax Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment——– ——— / 1:45 PM Sep 29, 2010: he is doing what leo was doing last year not playing players when they need to play or in a match when they meant to be subbed / [Agree 1 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: And then, please imagine the rest of the FURIOUS comments. Scary… 😦 )

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Satisfied With Performance Against Ajax Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-nostradmilan solo / 3:27 AM Sep 29, 2010: ok im agree with 442 last night to read ajax set play and to counter attack, but ur mistakes are ur draw mentality at 2nd half. why u dont bring ronnie instead abate.? evaluate that! / [Agree 7 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Fan Fans / 10:37 AM Sep 29, 2010: well allegri, you’ve started to push the wrong buttons! you dont want to upset the MILAN FANS & SUPPORTERS. find a solution to win, not to be satisfied with a draw! / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-eminomilano tetovo / 11:26 AM Sep 29, 2010: satisfied with a draw i think this guy still think is coach of cagliari so he is satisfied this is milan not caghliari id… u are so stubborn like this we cant win anything / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]

♥AS FOR FLOP-REFEREE♥

Milan Need To Be More Clinical To Obtain Better Results – Adriano Galliani Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Galliani also questioned the refereeing decision, which did not allow striker Filippo Inzaghi to have a one-on-one opportunity with the goalkeeper. “I don’t understand why the referee made us take the free-kick again. We had Inzaghi free in front of goal with only the ‘keeper to beat. This is a grave error, and it is a shame as we could have won the match. “This seems to have been the decisive moment, and this error has cost us a possible place in the next round. (…)

Milan Need To Be More Clinical To Obtain Better Results – Adriano Galliani Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Chandler Toronto / 8:07 PM Sep 29, 2010: The referee was completely misled by Suarez a dozen times with his diving…didn’t seem to have command of the game IMO. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-jooce colombia / 5:27 AM Sep 29, 2010: The ref was an abomination. He was damn near Ovrebo status. I’m 100% sure if Suarez would have taken a dive in the box at any point throughout that game he would have had the pk. There was NO reason for him to blow Pirlo’s pass to Pippo off. It’s not even like he was giving them a yellow card or talking to anyone. How about him blowing the 1st half dead well before 3 minutes extra because we were attacking and had possession. I hate how much power refs have in futbol… / [Agree 4 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Glenn NZ / 12:57 AM Sep 29, 2010: Agreed, Festa. Generally in the CL, winning your home matches and drawing away matches means qualifications so we should still be sweet. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Yeah… this is also what appeared in Korean comment section. They didn’t quite want to support LAZY Milan, though. This game was quite an issue among the Korean fans, especially younger ones. Please ask Zlatan if he ever remembers his Korean interview. If so, he will figure out why… though Korean Zlatan, who was famous for his devilish mentality but is still having a hard time to prove his soccer IQ at “Young Ajax”, failed to face Milan Zlatan during this game. Also, Ajax’s Suarez was Koreans’ 😦 during the World Cup 2010. For this reason, Koreans were following Ajax-Realmadrid and Ajax-Milan. So, they know Real Madrid had a luck. Therefore, Korean (young) fans were furious when they couldn’t watch Korean Zlatan at “Young Ajax” and awful performance at “Old Milan”. 🙂 )

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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
♥PREPARATION♥

Adriano Galliani Expresses Discontent With Milan Sep 23, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan chief Galliani: No reason for early panic Sep 24, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Milan Ace Ronaldinho Continues To Be Chased By Fenerbahce – Report Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal

Editorial Calcio Debate: Should Massimiliano Allegri And Milan Give Up The 4-3-3? Sep 23, 2010 / By Goal

♥OUTCOME♥

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Ibracadabra
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Ibracadabra
Top of the Match from Comment-Section: Calabrian Bulldog Gattuso
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section: Tired Dinho & Selfish Flamini

AC Milan 1 Genoa 0: The Zlatan Ibrahimovic Show Sep 26, 2010 / By Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) Milan’s performance against Genoa wasn’t a good one by any stretch of the imagination. The team was largely out-played with Genoa, at times, dominating possession. Nonetheless, one wonderful long ball by Pirlo that was expertly finished off by Ibrahimovic gave Milan the goal that proved to be enough. Though it may not have been a vintage performance, the Rossoneri at least showed the kind of fighting spirit that is essential to a team aspiring for honours. (…)

Comment-제노아 잘했다..다만 운이 없을뿐 / 2010.09.26. 08:21 / IP 220.84.xxx.211: 아비아티 선방만안했더라도 먹을 만한거 꽤 많았는데. 제노아도 골 포스트 맞추고 애들이 중원에서 더 많이 뛰고 압박 잘하더라. 밀란도 아까운거 있었지만서도. 밀란은 역습시 즐라탄 혼자 고립되는 일이 발생.. 전방에 광속으로 튀어나가는 애들이 없음. 어제는 치달하면 카카였는데.. 치달과 패스좋던 카카가 많이 생각났음. 역습시 카카 파투 둘이 치달하면서 기회를 많이 만들어줬는데 호비뉴에게 치달을 기대했지만 뭐 차차 적응하겠지.. 어제 가투소의 플레이는 간만에 오잉?? 오~하는 소리를 내게 해줬음. 딩요 막히고 하니깐 전반적으로 게임이 안풀리더라 제노아가 푸싱이 좋아서 공잡기전에 달려들어서 자주 패스미스도 나고. 리그에서 우승하려면 피를로 대체자 빨리 찾아야겠음…

Comment-1 / 09.26. 01:48:11: 그래도 밀란팬들이 이 게시판에 많이 활성화하셔서 그나마 위안이 😦 같은 밀란팬으로서 동료애가 🙂 정말 밀라팬질은 서러워서 😦
Comment-1 / 09.26. 02:51:44: 드디어 이겼네요 😦 모두 수과셨습니다 아오 내 똥줄 🙂
Comment-1 / 09.26. 02:53:18: 헐 이브라 토함 헐 어케된거임 🙂 헐 침뱉다가 갑자기 급토 미치겄네 🙂 밀란은 가지가지 다해서 참 좋은거 같아요 🙂
Comment-2 / 09.26. 02:53:29: 내가 진짜.. 밀란빠지만 공격수들 네임벨류가 얼만데 1:0 이긴걸로 만족해야되겠냐 90분동안 아놔 😦

(JIWON: I’m not sure if I’m allowed to post Korean comments. Especially the second one, which appeared in a “chatting room” during the game. It just hooked me, because this conversation summed up my troublesome situation while supporting Berlusconi’s humorous brain, his disastrous government, and their “LA BELLA ITALIA”. No matter what, I want to save this comment. It’s impossible to translate it. Not only these casual vocabularies can’t be found in a dictionary, I just can’t help laughing while imagining these comical words. 🙂 )

(Updated on September 26, 2010) – DRAFT
(Updated on OCTOBER 1, 2010)

♥AS FOR TEAM♥

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 7:27 PM Sep 25, 2010: Milan was dominate… and should have won by more. But Genoa’s keeper Eduardo was outstanding tonight… wow. I’m happy for Milan winning, and praise it as a team effort (not just Ibrahimovic). It’s a team win. Gattuso, Pirlo, Boateng, Robinho… all played very well. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-feeling CRAZY / 9:15 PM Sep 25, 2010: Gattuso actually rocked, and flamini flopped, as he wasted 2 great chances, one of them was being extremely selfish when ibra was through on goal and onside, seedorf is the best super sub… r80 needs to step up, r70 is doing great, boateng was quiter than usual, defense was solid, even abate.. / [Agree 44 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 7:38 PM Sep 25, 2010: We had some good individual performances, Gattuso roled back the years and became the calabrian bulldog that we used to know for 60min. The problem is Ibra was dreadful in the first half and Ronnie had a mediocre game by his standards. Last week Boetang was great this week so-so. The problem is getting great, consistent week to week performances out of these players as a team. I believe this will happen as they continue to get to know each other, all that is needed is time. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Rob Canada / 7:51 PM Sep 25, 2010: Horrible 1st half, 2nd half brought hope. Milan could have won 2-0. Missed many opportunities in the second half. It seems like its starting to gel, midfield shaky. Nonetheless, im surprised to say Abate and Gattuso played better than usual. Antonini was impressive. A small win, but a big step forward. / [Agree 25 : Disagree 0]
Comment-gigi milan / 4:27 AM Sep 26, 2010: Out of the 13 players that played for milan today, Ibra-robiho-gattuso-nesta were fantastic, boateng-pirlo-antonini-thiago-abate-abbiati-seedorf were good. And then there was dinho who really didn’t play well and flamini who missed 2 golden chances. But this was a real important win for milan. / [Agree 2 : Disagree 0]
Comment-sami syria / 7:53 PM Sep 25, 2010: Genoa’s unlucky password was: Zlatan Ibrahimovic. / [Agree 31 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Arnaldo Brazil / 9:48 PM Sep 25, 2010: This is what Ibra gives Milan… those 1-0 wins that would have been 0-0 draws otherwise. One thing is clear, Milan is missing Pato’s speed. Lets hope he is back soon and Gattuso builds on this wonderful performance. / [Agree 74 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: Interesting. The comments on TEAM rather than INDIVIDUALS start to appear. More than great.)

♥AS FOR IBRACADABRA♥

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 7:38 PM Sep 25, 2010: We had some good individual performances, Gattuso roled back the years and became the calabrian bulldog that we used to know for 60min. The problem is Ibra was dreadful in the first half and Ronnie had a mediocre game by his standards. Last week Boetang was great this week so-so. The problem is getting great, consistent week to week performances out of these players as a team. I believe this will happen as they continue to get to know each other, all that is needed is time. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Dan US / 7:44 PM Sep 25, 2010: Anyone saw Zlatan vomit after the last signal? He really gives everything this match :/ / [Agree 38 : Disagree 0]

(JIWON: Therefore, there is still a need for Ibra to forget something-Barca. I have to make a detailed report, simply because of his Spanish Wage, which has absolutely NO appeal to Serie-A. I am very unhappy about this. 😦 HOWEVER, no one knows what a big mouth THIS F*CKING AGENT will boast when Barca’s loan ends. 🙂 And it was couple of weeks ago that I realized his Spanish wage to be almost twice as much as his previous wage at Inter. Unbelievable!!!)

♥AS FOR ROBINHO♥

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-#3! Sm / 9:15 PM Sep 25, 2010: Ok performance… Ibra held the ball up pretty well, robinho obviously out of shape… man of the match gattuso, pretty vintage performance from him just hope its not the only one this season… / [Agree 31 : Disagree 4]
Comment-RK Egypt / 4:45 AM Sep 26, 2010: I’m still not convinced; 1-0 against GENOA is nothing to be proud of cause if they play like this against Inter we will have zero chances of wining. Gattuso did great I hope he keeps it up, Robinho was average clearly because of fitness but at least he showed great spirit, Seedorf is the more than perfect sub as for Pirlo I think he needs some rest / [Agree 3 : Disagree 0]
Comment-john usa / 8:48 PM Sep 25, 2010: Manchester City man is clearly lacking the confidence of fellow new arrival Ibrahimovic! Why? The coach has shown positive faith in Ibra from the start! Robinho started in the negative, and will have to earn his own confidence! / [Agree 29 : Disagree 2]

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milanista tropics / 7:34 PM Sep 25, 2010: abate a 5.5? seriously? he far better than that today and so was gattuso.. was probably the best performance i’ve seen from him in a long while.. well done to Ibra and robinho seems to be finding his feet.. i luv it!! / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-milan fan milano / 7:36 PM Sep 25, 2010: the win is a relife for us but i am still unhappy with allegri takctics he cloud cost us the match like lazio why after 1-0 make milan playing defence we should try to go for another goal defencefe play always leads to trouble coz milan weak in the crosses and all teams knows our weak point and trying to play on the sides but tonghit the defence worked well and flamini wasted 2 goals still milan need to imrove more we need to play faster and in the counter attack robino is great / [Agree 3 : Disagree 1]
Comment-se7en_maniaMilan Malaysia / 7:31 PM Sep 25, 2010: Gattuso surprisingly did very well tonight. As for Ronnie, he did not contribute enough to the team and rightly so being substituted. Robinho impressed me in the game and all the talking from Allegri about his fitness was nonsense as he kept on running and made some brilliant moves. Ibra is class. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Milanista121 USA / 8:44 PM Sep 25, 2010: See what you get playing Robinho? We could’ve easily made it 4-0 in the end, Hope we’ll keep this up and become more ruthless in the end. Seedorf is great coming on as a super sub, in an instant he showed great understanding with Robinho. That’s how it is, champions understand each other. Hope we’ll keep this morale boosting win against the tough fixture against Ajax! Forza Milan! / [Agree 28 : Disagree 1]
Comment-MFan mkd / 9:52 PM Sep 25, 2010: I can’t accept how idiot was Flamini in that chance that don’t give the ball to Ibra, really i can’t understand that this was really 100% goal chance and he has finished selfish and I think that this things doesn’t need to repeat and must answer for this stupid things! also I’m really happy about R70 coz he is great and Allegri must do something to give him place or to change the formation and use all of them coz we really have crazy attack!! Ibra was doing well and all the others, but i need 3-0 / [Agree 68 : Disagree 2]

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Apa Nie KL / 7:26 PM Sep 25, 2010: Strangely Robinho sparked into life, even flashed his trademark brilliance only after Ronaldinho was substituted. Perhaps Dunga is right after all…they can’t play together! / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]

(… the entire text of this part moved into “PROFESSOR 2: Please, Performers Are Not Machine. Affection Rather Than Criticism, Hearful Training Regardless Of Its Strictness Is What AC-Milan’s Newbie Binho Wants To Receive At His New Foreign Home. At Least, Rossoneri Have 6 Months Until Troublemaker Binho Resumes His Kind Of F*cking Behavior. It Can Be A Profitable Business, Anyway.”… Please check the part above…)

♥AS FOR FLOP-DINHO♥ – looking real tired
♥AS FOR FANTASTIC FOUR♥

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Vd India / 10:34 PM Sep 25, 2010: Ronaldinho doesn’t deserve the 6.5 rating. He was piss poor today, gave away the ball too easily and considerably slowed down Milan’s ability to counter attack. Milan were much more effective and quick after he was replaced by Seedorf and Robinho moved to the left. / [Agree 36 : Disagree 25]
Comment-ya cro / 9:47 PM Sep 25, 2010: the attacking trio should be robinho ibra pato… ronaldinho is slow keeps the ball too much when he have man on his back, always looking for fouls.. robiho is faster on counter attacks and also creative he is much better option / [Agree 20 : Disagree 22]
Comment-sid dxb / 10:58 PM Sep 25, 2010: ya cro, although dinho is slow.. he is needed for his excellent playmaking, crosses and passes. robinho is only good in short passes dribbling, getting past people… a true alternative pato dinho is irrepraceable milan will have to pass the ball more and play more direct if robinho plays instead of dinho / [Agree 21 : Disagree 6]
Comment-se7en_maniaMilan Malaysia / 3:29 AM Sep 26, 2010: Almost every ball was sent to Dinho when Robinho was unguarded at the right side of the field. I think Ronnie needs to rest a bit. He looked really tired and ineffective at times. When Pato is fit, he should directly be included in first team. Let it be Pato, Robinho and Zlatan. Pirlo will dictate the play. Boeteng and Gattuso/Flamini/Ambro should support him. I was really impressed with Gattuso last night. But, I’m afraid he will not perform in the next match because of tiredness. / [Agree 0 : Disagree 0]
Comment-Ferguenzo Milan fan / 9:23 PM Sep 25, 2010: FINALLY we start with Robinho and it ends in win. Robinho and Ibra were our best players this match. I think that when Pato comes back we have to bench R80, but only until the team gets settled then we can play all 4 attackers together. Until then, we must stick with playing 3 attackers and those 3 must be Ibra, Robi, and Pato w/R80 as super super sub. But keep your head up R80 bcuz the plan is to use all 4 of you together from the start so we may be unstoppable!!! / [Agree 19 : Disagree 11]

♥AS FOR CALABRIAN BULLDOG (Gattuso/R)♥ – pretty vintage performance

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Gattuso is behind Pirlo, Prince, Flamini, Seedorf, Ambrosini Merkel, Strasser, Abate / 6:34 PM Sep 24, 2010: Stop mentioning Gattuso… I loved the guy back in 07, but seriously, seeing him run around this season has been sad. His best attribute was his ability to dominate the other team’s attacking threat and win the ball whilst knocking him down. Nowadays he is so slow by the time he gets to them all he can do is get a card. Plus he can’t pass and can’t attack, in short he is now useless. Also he is the worst mid in the squad, so unless everyone else is injured, sorry to say he should sit out. / [Agree 15 : Disagree 2]
Comment-shamr9pato milan / 5:38 PM Sep 25, 2010: surprise surprise gattuso is playing awesome tonight i hear hope u find ur winning ways back / [Agree 53 : Disagree 2]
Comment-milan fan / 8:25 PM Sep 25, 2010: i think gatusso was the best man in midfield today. I got to admit I was one of the many people who thought gatusso is over his top, but today he played a great game recovering a lot of balls and showing great enthusiasm. Great goal by ibrahimovic, it’s great to see him score for milan! / [Agree 21 : Disagree 0]
Comment-#3! Sm / 9:15 PM Sep 25, 2010: Ok performance… Ibra held the ball up pretty well, robinho obviously out of shape… man of the match gattuso, pretty vintage performance from him just hope its not the only one this season… / [Agree 31 : Disagree 4]

♥AS FOR SUPER-SUB (Seedorf/LF)♥

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milanista121 USA / 8:44 PM Sep 25, 2010: See what you get playing Robinho? We could’ve easily made it 4-0 in the end, Hope we’ll keep this up and become more ruthless in the end. Seedorf is great coming on as a super sub, in an instant he showed great understanding with Robinho. That’s how it is, champions understand each other. Hope we’ll keep this morale boosting win against the tough fixture against Ajax! Forza Milan! / [Agree 28 : Disagree 1]

♥AS FOR FLOPorNOT-DEFENSE (Abete/R)♥

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Rob Canada / 7:51 PM Sep 25, 2010: Horrible 1st half, 2nd half brought hope. Milan could have won 2-0. Missed many opportunities in the second half. It seems like its starting to gel, midfield shaky. Nonetheless, im surprised to say Abate and Gattuso played better than usual. Antonini was impressive. A small win, but a big step forward. / [Agree 25 : Disagree 0]
Comment-chris … / 9:31 AM Sep 25, 2010: Stop playing the old ones! Pirlo, Gattuso and Seedorf, this can’t work anymore!!! Put Abate instead of Seedorf and Flamini instead of Gattuso. One word about Abate: He isn’t that bad as he was in the last games. The problem is that Allegri let play him as a defender, but his strenght is in the attack! / [Agree 8 : Disagree 1]
Comment-chris aut / 8:08 PM Sep 25, 2010: Stop playing Abate as a defender!!! The guy has so much potential, but not in defending!!!!! / [Agree 13 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: Again, the similar comments appear as it was during the previous game, “PART-5: 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?”)

♥AS FOR FLOP-MIDFIELD (Pirlo/M)♥

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Peregrin London / 7:43 PM Sep 24, 2010: Put Pirlo behind Ibra, R80 and Robinho and have Boateng and Flamini do the dirty work in Pirlos deep position therefore shielding the defence. / [Agree 20 : Disagree 0]

♥AS FOR FLOP-MIDFIELD (Flamini/R)♥ – one of 2 chances being extremely selfish

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-feeling CRAZY / 9:15 PM Sep 25, 2010: Gattuso actually rocked, and flamini flopped, as he wasted 2 great chances, one of them was being extremely selfish when ibra was through on goal and onside, seedorf is the best super sub… r80 needs to step up, r70 is doing great, boateng was quiter than usual, defense was solid, even abate.. / [Agree 44 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Chandler Toronto / 7:36 PM Sep 25, 2010: I thought Flamini should have scored, or at least passed it to others, it was a bit selfish in there. He should play more often, he’s been clearly shelved for too long to realize what he needs to do with the ball in those 2 crucial cases. / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-ajay trinidad / 9:06 PM Sep 25, 2010: Flamini could have passed the ball to Robinho on 2 occasions but hopefully next time.. not too greedy. / [Agree 55 : Disagree 0]
Comment-MFan mkd / 9:52 PM Sep 25, 2010: I can’t accept how idiot was Flamini in that chance that don’t give the ball to Ibra, really i can’t understand that this was really 100% goal chance and he has finished selfish and I think that this things doesn’t need to repeat and must answer for this stupid things! also I’m really happy about R70 coz he is great and Allegri must do something to give him place or to change the formation and use all of them coz we really have crazy attack!! Ibra was doing well and all the others, but i need 3-0 / [Agree 68 : Disagree 2]

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Milan’s Robinho Faces Another Bench Start Against Genoa – Report Sep 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-John Finland / 5:16 PM Sep 24, 2010: “They report Clarence Seedorf and Andrea Pirlo may be rested, allowing Robinho a chance to play.” Can some1 say whatta heck is that suppose to mean? Seedorf is CMF/Pirlo is CMD/DMF, Robinho is leftwing/striker. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 1]

Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ibrahimovic Fires Rossoneri To Much Needed Victory Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-ret here / 8:35 PM Sep 25, 2010: I think Genoa’s ratings are too low, they also played a great game and we have to give them credit for their positive football but Milan were the better team on the day. Flamini deserves more than a 5, he did good and I hope he can return to 100% soon. Forza Milan! / [Agree 21 : Disagree 1]
Comment-MilanFan Macedonia / 7:35 PM Sep 25, 2010: I dont know how you end up with this ratings. First of all Gatuzo was better than Pirlo he got great game, also Robinho was better than Ronnie! I dont know why Antonini has low grade? he was good too! / [Agree 7 : Disagree 0]
Comment-milanista tropics / 7:34 PM Sep 25, 2010: abate a 5.5? seriously? he far better than that today and so was gattuso.. was probably the best performance i’ve seen from him in a long while.. well done to Ibra and robinho seems to be finding his feet.. i luv it!! / [Agree 5 : Disagree 0]
Comment-francesco milano / 8:07 PM Sep 25, 2010: Nesta was dominant, 6.5 is too low…. he made luca toni invisible / [Agree 13 : Disagree 0]

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Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri To Drop Clarence Seedorf Against Genoa – Report Sep 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Louis USA / 11:52 AM Sep 25, 2010: Allegri names his team as soon as the midget president tells him who should be in the team. / [Agree 10 : Disagree 0]

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