R7-9: Allegri In Hot Water With No Midfield Working For His Plan. Pato Was Going To Fly Like Swan But Becomes Duckling. AC-Milan Still Lacks A Perfect Balance Between “Old & Young”.

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ROUND 7-9: Something Fundamental!

PROFESSOR-04: Importance Of Midfield At Berlusconi, Ancelotti, Leonardo, Allegri, and Ronaldinho’s AC-Milan.
CL-04 Milan 2-2 Real Madrid: Just As MOUdrid Fear And Grandpa-Fergie Quips, “Evergreen-Super-Pippo” Was Born Offside And Overcomes Mueller & Van-Basten & Shevchenko’s Record! Abate Touches “Oscar-Winner-CR7” In Revenge For Gattuso! Allegri Does Have A Gameplan, But Long Balls Can’t Be Team’s Only Option. AC-Milan Still Lacks A Perfect Balance Between “Old & Young”. Duckling Thinks Too Much!!!
SA-09 Milan 1-2 Yuventus: Alas, Duckling Wants To Celebrate His 100th Game With Dribbling And Flops. Troublesome Mindset When No One Relies On Teamwork And Allegri Is Left With Plan-A Only. Hopeless Allegri When There Is No Midfield Working For His Plan. Ac-Milan Lacks Long Balls.
SA-08 Napoli 1-2 Milan: Oddo Gets Odd Chances To Create Goals For Binho & Ibra! Boateng Seals Hamsik. Casual Pato Is Lost And Becomes Duckling. Binho Needs To Train Dinho’s Long Ball Passing Skills.
CL-03 Real Madrid 2-0 Milan: Same ‘Old’ Problem For Milan. No One In The Midfield And An Absolute Horror Show, As A Result.
SA-07 Milan 3-1 Chievo: Ibra Sacrifices His Ego Helping The Duck To Become Swan. Dinho’s New Role & Binho’s First Goal, Finally. Concerns Abound Despite Win, However…

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🙂 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”! (Sep 25 – Oct 2, 2010)
🙂 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).

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PROFESSOR-04: Importance Of Midfield At Berlusconi, Ancelotti, Leonardo, Allegri, and Ronaldinho’s AC-Milan.

(… This part was originally written during …)

(Updated on NOVEMBER 1, 2010)

Parma 0 – 1 Milan Oct 3, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
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Comment-Ronnie2009 says: (…) The first year Dinho was in Milan Ancelotti did not use him. Second year LEO gets a chance and transforms Dinho that co incides with WC, he played the way he does, now my dear friend (…)

(JIWON: That was my problem, too. Sir Berlusconi is the one, who will never want to waste a penny. Yet his coach, Master Ancelotti indeed, refused to accept this NEW present, a STAR-player indeed. To be honest, it was rather my curiosity, especially after I accidentally watched “Dinho 2008” while studying Pato’s Capricious Physique.)

Napoli-AC Milan: The Rossoneri squad Oct 24, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Alessandro says: Don’t you guys think it’s a bit odd with Seedorf and Dinho? I have been thinking whether Berlusconi has some influence on the formation of the squad. As we all know Berlusconi has a favour for Dinho and we all know that Berlusconi wants be more involved with the squad. I believe that Allegri is not only to be blamed but also Berlusconi, who is the president and Allegri’s boss. You guys know what I mean?

Milan to play 4-3-2-1 against Napoli? Oct 23, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Ronnie2009 says: Mourinho will be carefully watching this game come Monday. SEEING IS BELEIVING and btw why do you release the formations and team sheet 2 days before the game isnt that a study material for the opponent. I like the way Fabio Capello sees things, Announce the team just an hour or so before the game so all the players train well and keep fit. If the playing 11 is already announced, dont you think some of them who know they wont play wont take the training seriously and even those who know will play can take advantage and set a relaxed mood, we see it in Seedorf Bonera Dinho etc always. anyways goodluck to the team
Comment-Milanista says: (…) LAST YEAR, we relied on Dinho A LOT more. He was literally the whole attack up field. Its just that he performed better last year in my opinion. He moved more and had conviction on his face. Now he just tries to force things, or seems like he’s forcing things.
Comment-Milanista says: (…) As for vs Madrid, we got our tactics wrong but some players also did not give it their all, mainly Dinho. I know he could’ve done better. We all know he could’ve done better. We already know Seedorf, Pirlo, and co. are way past their time, so they played like they usually played. We expected them to play like that. But we expect Dinho to play at the level he usually plays, but he didn’t. THAT is why I am picking on Dinho. As the game progressed, he began to just walk around because he was marked.
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: (…) Its all gimmicks. like you said yes we all expect Dinho to do better, Expectations are high, but i also say let the focus shift to others if you have a strong lineup with prince & flamini behind Dinho, the opponents will not be thinking to mark Dinho alone, they will have to fight their life to mark prince & flamini too, with gattusso & seedorf its like we are playing with 2 men down, (…)
Comment-Milanista says: @Ronnie2009. For God’s sake, put some periods and capitalize your first letter of the sentence. It hurts my eyes just reading it.

(JIWON: It was before reading this comment that I found Korean comment section debating on the characteristics of Italian football. It was also after reading this comment that I found another Korean debate on more characteristics of Italian football. While reading their debate on the real meaning of “Catenaccio,” and the importance of passing and its reason, I found out how important Midfield is for the Italian football, just as they regard Gattuso’s Pirlo as a symbol of Italian National Team. Therefore, I had to read all their reviews again. I wanted to know what specific problem our beloved Dinho has been suffering in recent days.)

1. Pirlo and Gattuso don’t care about others. Regardless of results or his aging problem, Gattuso is just busy at doing his best. So does Pirlo. In Pirlo’s case, however, this guy seems to be frustrated by inconsistent Dinho or Seedorf and try not to pass his ball to… 😦 This is how he finally made a Pirlo-like GOAL. 🙂

2. Seedorf is good only when… while Dinho is good only when… Now, hard working Seedorf is still not consistent, and no one knows why. Dinho seems to know when he is good, and people call him l-a-z-y. 🙂

3. Ibra still needs to forget Barca days and get back that instinct to score he had in Inter.

4. Just like Korean comment section, a die-hard fan called “Ronnie2009” pointed out what a miserable life Dinho’s been enjoying(?) since the arrival of his new teammates, Ibra and Binho, both of whom are having a hard time to understand Dinho’s typical passing, which is uniquely off the beat. 🙂

5. Mostly, what frustrated Rossoneri was that whoever the playmaker is, he is the main person in attack and carries great burden. It is he who drives the team forward and makes the forwards run. It is he who links passes in the midfield. It is he who distributes balls to the forwards. If he can’t do any of this at least ok, then he is not fit to be the playmaker… AND… DINHO… DOESN’T… RUN… 😦

(JIWON: Above are what I learned while reading all these headache debate below. Weirdly enough, this academic comment section was turning into a real political place. It was a sh*t. I had a hard time while reading all those disgusting, useless comments.)

SA-02 Cesena 2-0 Milan: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Therefore, Dinho Announces “Until-40-Project”!
Cesena 2 – 0 AC Milan Sep 12, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
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Comment-Milanista says: @Master. I’m absolutely sure half of the people saying Ronnie played well and Gattuso was a flop NEVER watched the game but only the highlights. I watched the whole game. Gattuso was the best midfielder there. Ronnie was invisible. He misplaced passes all over the place. He was the flop of the match. I can’t be clearer than that. If he doesn’t hold the ball up, then Ibra would need to track back, and that is what he did. But I do think Allegri’s tactics was suicide and relied too much on Dinho to create the plays. But to say that Ronnie did well and Gattuso didn’t, its either you don’t understand football or you didn’t watch the game. Gattuso is no Kaka, he can’t create plays. But he did do very well. If Ronnie didn’t have the midfield support, then why was Robinho able to do more than Ronnie in his limited time? And on top of that, there were only TWO midfielders as Pipo went on for Gattuso. Robinho looked much more convincing. Stop trying to defend Ronnie. He had a bad game. Face it, he wasn’t himself vs Cesena.

CL-01 Milan 2-0 Auxerre: Ibracadabra Gains “Mobility & Speed”. Duck Celebrates “Capricious-Physique”. Jr. Berlusconi Ponders “Filial-Piety” After “Trofeo-Luigi-Berlusconi”.
AC Milan 2 – 0 Auxerre Sep 15, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
(… nothing special…)

SA-03 Milan 1-1 Catania: Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced. Typical-Mourinho-Type Football Is What AC-Milan Is Going To Face All Season Long. First Of All, Nobody Runs Back On The Counter Attack!
Milan 1 – 1 Catania Sep 19, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
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Comment-RnB says: (…) I completely agree with the earlier post from Afnan. Only way they can play is if one of them is part of midfield of 4, with 3 other younger players who have legs and lungs to cover for them. (…) Ronaldinho’s time is up. He is just way too sloooooow and predictable. He can’t get past players, his delivery is really really bad, he loses possession all too frequently. And this was against Catania at home! What’s going to happen when we go up against Real Madrid and Ajax away. Or even Auxerre away?
Comment-Milanista says: I agree with you RnB… well for the most part. One player who we cannot replace or take out is Pirlo. Even if he plays bad, there are no players like him. Ronaldinho is very understandable. When he has a good day, he plays like he never has before, but when he has a frustrating day, he never tracks back. 4-3-3 just does not work out. I’d rather have 4 midfielders so then we can fully use Pirlo. Seedorf should be replaced by Prince. Anyways, Ibra likes to play as either a lone striker or a forward along with only one more.
Comment-jomama says: RnB i was with you at the beginning then i started disagreeing. First of all Ronaldinho is not over. He carried us all the way last season and can do the same this season. Have you noticed that when he doesn’t play well are whole team doesn’t and that most of the goals come bcuz of him?

SA-04 Lazio 1-1 Milan: No Answers As Milan Draw Again. There’s No Midfield Just Constant Long Balls Very Very Unlike Milan. Should AC-Milan Give Up The 4-3-3? What About Mastering EPL’s “Route-1” Style?
S.S.Lazio 1-1 Milan Sep 23, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
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Comment-jomama says: (…) Next in midfield i would like to see Pirlo, Flamini, Boateng with Ambrosini, Seedorf, and Gattusso coming on as subs. BTW Gattusso didn’t play that bad as he was full of energy it’s just he was forced to play a more creative role since our midfield was so static which really hurt him. (…) Then we would have another dimension bcuz Ronnie for example is pretty easy to mark when he’s static out on the wing cause you know he’s gonna give a long ball but if he rotated around it would be harder to mark him. (…)
Comment-RnB says: (…) Seedorf lacked speed but worked hard and that was a gem of a pass that set up Ibrahimovic for the goal. Pirlo just looked tired and unfocused. … Gattuso is no longer the player he used to be. He just doesn’t have the legs for it. (…) Ronaldinho! WOW! How bad was he? He is on his way to be the new Rivaldo! He was totally ineffective. He can barely run. He can’t get past most defenders… even if he does they jog a little and catch up with him and take the ball off his feet. Of course his highness is just too important to defend or track back. So, what’s the point of having him on the pitch? Can’t attack, can’t defend… and he’s not the referee… so what is he exactly? I would much rather play with an extra 5th defender than have him on the pitch. What madness… we sold Kaka and kept the caca!!!!
Comment-Milanista says: Thank you RnB for finally agreeing with me. Yes, Dinho is horrible right now. No conviction, no nothing. We are dangerous when Dinho is energetic enough to go for the dribble and the cutback and the cross. But instead, we get the receive the ball, then long ball. Everybody is flaming on Pirlo but whose fault is it really? Pirlo can’t pass it to Dinho cuz he’s static and covered. He only has Pato which hangs high up waiting for the Dinho pass which will not happen. And Ibra is waiting for the pass but he’s marked by two center backs. Pirlo has no room for play. He can only pass it back or force pass it. It all depends in Dinho. If he doesn’t get his act together, please put Binho in instead of him. At least he plays deeper and runs more.
Comment-RnB says: Ronaldinho is utterly ineffective. (…) By that count his contribution is not zero but negative. Furthermore, Zambrotta was quite subdued in attack because Caca (=Dinho) doesn’t defend or track back and keeps losing possession, so there wasn’t much opportunity for Zambrotta to make his runs.

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.
Milan 1 – 0 Genoa Sep 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
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Comment-prasad chiplunkar says: pirlo ws bad!! very bad!! dont know what happend to him! half of his passes went to genoa players!
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: (…) Gattuso running around and tackling is okay with Genoa but with bigger teams you need to be more sensible, good thing about having Dinho in the team keeps the opponent on tenter hooks so atleast 3 guys tend to stay closer to him, which makes room for others to move around and play free, but if you watch the game closely, you will see Pirlo never passes to Dinho when is free instead he opts to rush the ball when players are around dinho. Is it jealousy or gameplan or misunderstanding only he knows. (…)
Comment-tremendousice says: @Ronnie2009. Yes Ibra still does not convince me. He needs to work harder. Good for him scoring that goal, but he needs to get back that instinct to score he had in Inter. Its not that he needs to score 100 goals, more that he needs to take a chance. He passes the ball when he could fight to score. It must have been the whole Barca pass it to messi thing.
Comment-TWF says: (…) having known that seedorf will leave milan, why does allegri keep utilizing him even for a substitute? (…)

CL-02 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?
Ajax 1 – 1 Milan Sep 25, 2010 (NO-Dinho)

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”!
Parma 0 – 1 Milan Oct 3, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
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Comment-Milanista says: @Ronnie2009. The key in your paragraph is “LAST SEASON” This season, Dinho has been not so good except for two games. He needs to track back. Dinho is the reason why our midfield is not good. He just doesn’t help them out in defense, so the only thing the mids can concentrate on is defending the counter attacks. Dinho is a big exposed hole. He doesn’t move at all in attack either, only standing on the wing waiting for the pass. And when he gets it, he doesn’t dribble and just crosses it early, which will sometimes lead to a goal, but will ultimately expose how rigid our attack is.
Comment-GrilloGuy says: (…) Ronaldinho was far the best with nice passing skills who should have made goals and he run his ass off for most of the match, thats why u saw the last 5 min he was tired.
Comment-Chandler says: The team is finally finding the consistency and the fluency it needs, that’s a good step towards the Barca style football that Galliani so wants!
Comment-Milanista says: @Ronnie2009. (…) THEY do track back… The problem with Dinho is that he leaves a big gap in defense AND attack. His static movement costs us a lot in making plays, but sometimes it leads to goals. His static movement makes him seem like he plays Pato’s role but he doesn’t. Dinho is supposed to help out in midfield and then dribble up and begin the play from there, but instead he waits for the long pass like Pato, which will not work because all plays pass through Dinho. There is no doubt Dinho carried Milan last season, but I think that was because the WC was near. If he wants to be so static, lets try a 4-3-1-2 out with Dinho as the 1. There, his static movement would be fine because he can hold the ball up and then distribute like he likes to do.
Comment-tremendousice says: (…) Binho is getting better but needs more time. hope he does because Huntelaar did not get the chances Binho gets now. (…) Come on Dinho is very helpful. Sure he loses the ball easily, but at times he is the one who makes a difference. (…) Oh yeah, we saw yesterday we really need another fullback.
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: (…) We have a great assist machine in Dinho, 9 out of 10 passes of his are accurate, If only our goal poachers can take their chances we have won the match in the first 10 minutes. it was evident against Parma. Ibra missed three sitters, Robinho twice both on Dinho’s assists. Do you think we should drop them both. Its all part of the game. If Milan wins hands down with plenty a goal, no one will talk about tracking back or attackers helping in defence. We need to take our chances. If we dont Madrid Chelsea Barca even Inter will eat us alive. The best way to defend is to attack.
Comment-Milanista says: And that is why I’d rather have Ronnie as the 1 in the 4-3-1-2 system. Dinho has changed his game drastically ever since Barca. Sure his balls are deadly from the wing.. but that makes the play way too static if he is the playmaker. That is like asking Beckham to be a playmaker. At least Becks tracked back, Dinho is just way too static. I wouldn’t have a problem with him if he moved more, and all that losing weight is bullshit. He moved more last season than he did now, with the exception of the opening game. I’m not sure about this one vs Parma because I didn’t have time to watch. Our formation should not be 4-3-3. Plays going through Dinho when he’s on the wing is just asking for a counter attack.
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: Unfortunately I watched Milan play Parma and also saw Ibra miss sitters, one on one thrice, Robinho twice and Gattusso was falling all over the place with none touching him, Pirlo overwhelmed the viewers with his dazzling screamer. Seedorf was losing possession and laughing about it too. Antonini tried a Gattusso style play and got injured. Milan was so poor that we had to move Zambrotta to the left and Abate go to the right, as i saw the game I realised one thing, If Ibra and Robinho were to score on Dinho’s assists in the first 30 minutes, Milan would have won comfortably instead of tracking back till the 90th + minute. (…)
Comment-Robert says: (…) Ronaldinho did have several fine moments playing as the “1″, but ultimately I would work KPB into that position. KPB is damn-near just as good a playmaker as Ronaldinho, but much stronger physically, better attacking movement, bigger & stronger in the box. (…)

SA-07 Milan 3-1 Chievo: Ibra Sacrifices His Ego Helping The Duck To Become Swan. Dinho’s New Role & Binho’s First Goal, Finally. Concerns Abound Despite Win, However…
Milan 3 – 1 Chievo Oct 16, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
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(… good performance from the Senior Citizens… after two weeks of break…)

CL-03 Real Madrid 2-0 Milan: Same ‘Old’ Problem For Milan. No One In The Midfield And An Absolute Horror Show, As A Result.
Real Madrid 2 – 0 Milan Oct 19, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
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Comment-Ronnie2009 says: (…) Dinho better look for a better club. Let Allegri be happy with his old classmates in the team. (…)
Comment-Chandler says: (…) I thought Dinho, Ibra and Pato were completely marked, and so ineffective and inaccurate in their passing (…)
Comment-robert says: the main problem is always same, we can not deliver ball to our striker since dinho too slow and try to be a futsal player. Against MU last year he did the same thing and never showed his class. He just can do what he wants when we face smaller teams. I am really sorry to say this.
Comment-Milanista says: Allegri had a good choice for a line-up, but he screwed it up. Dinho should have never played, or just played in the last 30 minutes. … Madrid trampled all over us with our slow midfield. (…) Face it Ronnie2009, LEO is even worse. … And I wouldn’t be talking Ronnie2009, your Dinho did terrible. He should find a different club. No, I BEG him to find a different club. Your dreaded Gattuso did something that Dinho would never do: RUN.
Comment-jomama says: (…) In the 4-3-1-2 you need attacking wing backs which Milan don’t have which made our attack a lot weaker and gave us a lot less support. Also even if we had attacking wing backs it would be a bad idea to use them since Madrid would then get behind us. (…) we can not use dinho as trequartista like yesterday. Trequartista is a bridge between midfield and attacker, and must be a quick and skillfull player since our 3 midfield can not posses the ball like Barca. (…)
Comment-Milanista says: Robert, A trequartista does not necessarily need to be fast. Remember Rui Costa. Not fast at all, but incredible dribbling and passing technique. Also Roman Riquelme, etc. Need I go on? And guess what? Dinho doesn’t have that dribbling technique anymore. He always loses the ball and tries to force the dribble when he CAN’T dribble. (…)
Comment-jomama says: (…) Do you guys know why Ronaldinho’s career went downhill? Because everyone always pitches all of the blame on him that’s why. (…)
Comment-Milanista says: If Dinho can’t take the blame as playmaker, then he isn’t fit to play the team’s most important position. Anyways, he’s been like this for not only this game, but most of his other games. The forwards were static because Dinho was static. The midfield was horrid because they are old/slow and Dinho didn’t help out and connect the midfield and the forwards. A good playmaker is in the center of most plays, and Dinho never is. Other than playmaker, he has no other use. Even if he gets re-adjusted to a traditional winger like Beckham he would be less than ideal because he wouldn’t track back. … A champion is ready to take the blame for the team. If he can’t, then he’s no champion but just a mediocre player.
Comment-Arsen says: The problem with milan old farts is they are playing for fun or for the numbers of caps. (…) Please If you know that you can’t run any more and your time has passed please please make room for others who can still deliver even for us fan sake. Pls gatuso, seedorf, zambrota, ronaldhino, even you bonera. Please leave. We love you and we will keep a good memory of you. Don’t push us to hate you.
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: @Milanista, (…) and am not at all worried of My Dinho, he is been in the wrong team for sometime now, when Ibra & Robinho came in as Allegri wanted, Dinho should have left Milan for good. Its not like everybody is great in Milan and only Dinho is bad. If this team is played with the same way Leo’s formation played last season, Milan will be great, now stop telling me MAN U beat Milan badly last season (…)
Comment-jomama says: I’m not saying that Dinho’s not taking the blame I’m just asking you guys why you blame him for problems that are not even his fault. Who did he have to pass to all game long? (…)
Comment-Milanista says: (…) As I said, a playmaker is the main person in attack. If Dinho doesn’t want to fulfill that role, then let him leave. IF we played with Leo’s formation, THE SCORE WOULD BE 5-0. His 4-3-3 system was full of holes and way too predictable. Ferguson knew this and crushed us. Mou knew this and COMPLETELY crushed us. Stop defending Leo. … I’m not saying Allegri was right, as I am pissed at him too. … If you like this team only because Dinho is in it, you sir, are a bandwagon fan. You can’t even admit that your favorite player did not play well, but instead put the blame all on Allegri. Theoretically speaking, if Dinho played like he did as in the first game of the season, we would’ve had a good chance of winning or at least tying. The playmaker role carries great burden. It is he who drives the team forward and makes the forwards run. It is he who links passes in the midfield. It is he who distributes balls to the forwards. If he can’t do any of this at least ok, then he is not fit to be the playmaker.
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: (…) LEO is better than Allegri period!!!!!!
Comment-Shosh says: (…) now for all of you guys saying Leonardo was better. Please explain how? (…) And trust me we would have the same result even if Leo was there, in fact it could have been even worse because leo is more attack minded, its not fifa 11 that the coach can play the match for the team. the team yesterday seemed absolutely out of it. Look guys I am not saying Allegri is the best coach or he didn’t make any mistake, what I am saying is three coaches failed with this midfield in the last three years Ancelloti, Leonardo and Allegri. Maybe its time we realize the midfield needs complete revamp before anything else. At least seedorf should be sold this January, I don’t care if no one else comes in or if we have to pay for him to leave, but he should just go or seriously die. And don’t worry about Allegri if he doesn’t realize who to play and who not to, he will be fired (cause the results will show).
Comment-VanBasten1989 says: LEO(=Ronnie2009)!!! You keep mentioning how great he was. He was garbage. Allgeri is just the Same. Both only like to play the old cripple players. Allgri is a puppet just like Leo was. (…)
Comment-tanya says: (…) i know allegri wanted to make our midfield more attacking with seedorf and boateng but clearly seedorf wasnt good today (…)
Comment-reality check says: you are in a fantasy world if you dont think that Berlusconi isn’t selecting the team! …it was embarrassing…
Comment-Juann says: @all of you who think allergi is better coach than leo … Leo tried different solutions for everything that went wrong, here again ellegri hasn’t shown very much effort. (…) how about kicking out Allegri and giving Ronnie2009 a chance? He seems to be getting more of football than a professional coach :p lol

SA-08 Napoli 1-2 Milan: Oddo Gets Odd Chances To Create Goals For Binho & Ibra! Boateng Seals Hamsik. Casual Pato Is Lost And Becomes Duckling. Binho Needs To Train Dinho’s Long Ball Passing Skills.
Napoli 1 – 2 Milan Oct 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies (NO-Dinho)
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Comment-Alessandro says: (…) Gattuso’s condition is also improving (…)
Comment-Milanista says: (…) Binho was good too, but he lacked the long ball passing skills of Dinho (…)
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: (…) Oddo who in the beginning was asked not to come for training sesssions and who was considered rebellious surprisingly gets a chance and utilizes it well. however will this serve in the longer run is unthinkable. (…) sometimes IBRA does make us hate football by being Lazy and slow, but who cares. We won the game thats important. Its like Rather than playing beautiful and losing , We play ugly and win. It matters for Allegri to save is skin as Fans i dont think we will ever get to watch a creative Milan.

(JIWON: What a headache!!! When I first found this comment section, “Ronnie2009” sounded very interesting. But then, I was soon full of disgust while following this real-inconsistent opinion. Curiously, this guy has been causing a huge problem in recent days and it looked as if all his postings seems to be written on a special purpose. To put it simply, this guy’s hard working made me literally hate LEO and his Brazilian Dinho. Then, Milan 1 – 2 Juventus started.)

SA-09 Milan 1-2 Yuventus: Alas, Duckling Wants To Celebrate His 100th Game With Dribbling And Flops. Troublesome Mindset When No One Relies On Teamwork And Allegri Is Left With Plan-A Only. Hopeless Allegri When There Is No Midfield Working For His Plan. Ac-Milan Lacks Long Balls.
Milan 1 – 2 Juventus Oct 30, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies (NO-Dinho)
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Comment-jomama says: (…) Pirlo in a deep playmaking role isn’t really working right now because he’s to slow of a player for the modern day game. (…)
Comment-Milanista says: (…) If you guys watched this game, the game was full of bad officiating. Horrible ref. We lacked long balls. We had everything going but the long balls. This is why Seedorf was introduced. Prince is just not a good passer, and he wasn’t doing much either. But unfortunately, Seedorf didn’t fair that well either. Too bad Dinho was injured, because he would’ve changed the game. Prince was just extremely poor. (…) Gattuso proved again he is one of Milan’s beating heart. An old guy out-performing all the young guys. Embarrassing. Antonini was very poor too. (…)
Comment-Chandler says: (…) Allegri waits too long before substituting any of the players. Allegri doesn’t have any plan B’s for when his Plan A doesn’t materialize!
Comment-FOLKS says: (…) AGREE … ALLEGRI … PLAN B, C, D, E (…)
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: Finally ppl understand that the fault lies with Allegri (…) I missed Dinho the most (…) Allergy’s passion and love for Bonera Ibra Gattusso Seedorf and now Robinho overtakes the passion and love for Milan (…)
Comment-Milanista says: (…) Juve was the laughingstock of the Serie A last season. … Now its different. … People who previously had been saying we would beat Juve by 2 or 3 goals haven’t been watching the Serie A lately. (…)
Comment-Benjamin says: @ronnie2009. You’re an interista now? I thought you were gone for good
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: @MILANISTA (…) MILANISTA is full of shit, I am no mood of cheering and appreciating the team if they keep playing like this and losing. Allegri is a son of a B, and MILANIASTA you and your stupid analysis makes you look like you have been a loser all your life, so you can continue to be one for the rest of your life. @BENJAMIN you keep analyzing whose mistake is it but you cant cancel or justify the loss. MILAN ARE SORE LOSERS!!!!!!!!!!!! you dont need to be an Interista to say that, anyone watching SERIE A knows that.
Comment-benjamin says: @ronnie2009. (…) people complain about massimilliano. but what choices do we have? (…) and talking about tranfers. in italy, they are coaches, not managers. transfers are decided by galliani, berlu, and braida. stop blasting massiliano. if we sack him now, we may lost the next sacchi or capello!!! (…)
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: @Milanista, Wish I could ask you to stop living in the past. YOU RELY ON MILAN’S PAST GLORY. MILAN RELIES FOR GLORY ON PAST PLAYER’S. Your analysis of players and the team is way past average. (…)
Comment-ernest says: wat team at-all is this! If u cant win at home, how can u win the scudeto. milan is nofin without ronnie
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: @BENJAMIN. Your sophisticated words dont mean that all you say is right. and you have answered the question yes (…) LEO (…) so in the 5th year of Allgri with Milan, I want a treble or its gonna be terrible.
Comment-Sohel Sharif says: I want Ronnie2009 as Milan coach…..
Comment-benjamin says: @ronnie2009. (…) yes the leonardo incident was bad, but he had problems with the berlusconi. you may think berlu’s trying to take control of the team. but hes bankrolling the club. it surely cant be profitable running a club. he owns it, of course he can decide the style of play he wants. if we go 4-5 years without glory, and come back with 20-25years of dominance, i’ll take. milan first scudetto under berlu was in 1988, before than was a 10year drought including a visit to serieB TWICE. sir alex waited for 3 years before his first title. fans who stick with the team through the drought, then can be considered as TRUE FANS of ACMILAN. all im asking is patience from you. (…)
Comment-Coldy says: Yesss… milan is just as bare as a monkey ass. (…) Ronnie2009 speaks the truth. Milan is not just a sore loser but dynamically a shit face.
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: @Milanista Benjamin & TO WHOMSOEVER IT MAY CONCERN. WE LOST thats what matters (…) Allergy doesnt have anything. only Milanista god forbid!! is hugging him tightly, might soon lose his grip too, and you Mr BENCH A MIN, Yes the answer for my question lies with your idiocy, Couple the youngsters with Experience if you cant do it now when will you. If the Primavera players are not good to play with Senior Milan like the guys here suggest but we still hear Milan winning the primavera does that mean, PRIMAVERA sucks, so its better if we change the junior league, the system itself is at fault, no wonder Inter have all the players from outside Italy. If they have good ones why will they look outside. anyways Inter doesnt matter to me. I was concerned only about SORE LOSING MILAN!!!!
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: @SOHELL SHARE IF. I want you to take Berlusconi’s place actually, so you would sell the club and stay happy with your boyfriend. Everybody is a rookie before they start any job, but if you keep repeating mistakes over and over again, It will still keep you as a Rookie forever, I think I will accept that we are not going to win anything and stop complaining on Allegri and please let him stop saying we can beat anyone and we will win everything and he is bull shit!!!
Comment-ben says: @coldy ronnie2009. if you really think the end of milan is near, then i think milan isnt suitable for you to support. go support barca, maybe they’ll be good enough for you. wasted enough time talking to rednecks
Comment-Coldy says: … forever milan fan…
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: … forever milan fan…
Comment-Sohel Sharif says: @Ronnie2009 wht is wrong with u… u shld thnk ur dad Berlusconi… bcaz he bght Ronaldinho to milan & made ya a fan… or else get a room @ rehab… i think milan shld sell all non eu players… including Pato… & buy only italians… as like its history…
Comment-Milanista says: @Sohel Sharif. In history, we had good Italians but we didn’t only have Italians. Some of our best players were not Italian such as Van Basten, Rui Costa, etc. You’re confusing us with Juve, the club who excelled with all Italians throughout history. But we did have really good Italians. And I have to agree with you to an extent, I do want more Italians in the team.
Comment-tanya says: this was not allegri’s fault honestly. he is not the one who told antonini to make a mess of a simple header, ibra to miss a number of clear chances as well as strick the cross bar. Ever since long back milan have always been a team with outstanding wing backs and they have been essential in our play however, take a look now, only two of our defenders now would fit in to the class of 2000-2007.ie. nesta(coz he was there)and silva. the rest dont make the cut for me. (…) we are much weaker than most teams if u look closely.
Comment-Milanista says: @Tanya. Exactly my point. Allegri is the coach. He tells the players what to do. If the players don’t execute, then the team looses. I do have one complaint though. In half time, it was clear that we were not spreading the play out. He needed to make that adjustment, but he didn’t, or also there is the possibility that the players couldn’t do it. The team wasn’t playing together, and that is something that reflects on the coach. But if all the players followed through on what they were doing, we would have beaten Juve. We had 4 clear chances to score before the first goal.
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: GUYS GUYS, you are missing the point (…) Unfortunately Allegri doesnt have any of the above. (…) In most games when Dinho’s assists are converted, we have won the game in the first 20 minutes. but we seen them missed and then blame Dinho alone. Modern Football is all about strategy. The Coach fields a team so he is responsible the team’s debacle or reaching the pinnacle.
Comment-tanya says: to milanista. you are right about spreading the play. (…) u know our style has always been built on the foundation of possesional play. KEEP THE BALL. pass your opponents into opening up spaces and im sure even madrid will fall
Comment-tanya says: ronnie2009. you are making a lot of sense but i think on the basis of the juve game, the coach could have tried a lot of things, given a lot of instructions but no coach can teach players how to be lucky on goal, i dont think in all fairness u can blame either allgri or any1 for our missed chances in the game especially 1st half. (…)
Comment-RnB says: I have lost faith in Allegri. At first I was excited about having a youngish manager who was voted the manager of the season. I expected innovative ideas and tactics. And was hoping to see exciting young talents being given their chance to shine. But, what we have is rehashing of Ancelotti’s tactics without any imagination or flair using old worn out players and wrong/sub standard players. Sure Ancelotti’s tactics worked back then, perhaps they would have worked now too except that we don’t have a proper trequartista like Kaka/Gourcuff, our midfield dynamos (Gattuso, Ambrosini and Seedorf) are old and worn out and our defence is propped up by just Nesta and Silva (who are alternatively injured!)! (…)

(JIWON: My collection was not politically manipulated. But when I finished this work, I realized that this commenter, “Ronnie2009” was treating IT “full of shit” and “stupid analysis”. Well… I know nothing about football, and just kept following something common in both Korean and this comment section. What’s wrong with this Dinho or LEO’s Royal Fan?)

Ronaldinho set for Brazil return Oct 19, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Ronnie2009 says: Good for Dinho, he can play for his national team and the greater news will be for him to leave Milan so they can bring back KAKA or Cassano and Allegri will win everything. Dinho should go back to Brazil or MAN City so he can still be felt wanted unlike here in Milan as soon as a few new faces came, Dinho should take a paycut, either stay or leave. No one in this planet can replace Dinho. Let Allegri and his chums do what they feel like. Gattusso is the Captain & Seedorf the VC, and Dinho you are nothing.

Report: Brazil coach Menezes phoned Dinho Oct 14, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Ronnie2009 says: Two things Ronnie needs to set up immediately. The first thing would be to play more consistently that means playing more minutes and getting involved with the other Milan players. Secondly think of being a terrific rolemodel for youngsters in the Brazilian team. these things are possible only if Dinho decides to enjoy his tenure as a Footballing King. Keep Smiling till the heavens come down!!!!!

(JIWON: Therefore, I had to read something more. Well… it will be interesting to follow his future involvement in this place. It will be interesting, because I don’t think this figure is not the only one in the world of Rossoneri.)

Milan’s Ronaldinho: I Want To Play Against Real Madrid Nov 1, 2010 / By Goal
“When I play I don’t like talking, and when I don’t play I don’t speak. I am well, there is a strong will to do good. I have prepared well for the game and feel good, I am ready to help the team. When you play an important competition you always want to do something more to play and do well. I need to work hard to prove to the coach that I am well,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

Milan’s Ronaldinho Concerned With Tactics Ahead Of Real Madrid Clash; Silvio Berlusconi Plays Down Defeat To Juventus Nov 1, 2010 / By Goal
“We cannot allow Zlatan Ibrahimovic to play on his own against four defenders. We cannot play like this,” Ronaldinho said, as reported by Tuttomercatoweb.com.

(JIWON: Then, I just couldn’t help laughing when I found this REAL Dinho. It was exactly as if I was full of disgust while reading Berlusconi’s Ruby-Scandal and suddenly burst into a laughter when I found out REAL Berlusconi. (Please don’t get me wrong. I don’t plan to support Berlusconi’s ‘bunga-bunga’ party. I think all his political rivals received a green light on this issue.) Oh, yeah… If Korean comment section echoed “Milanista-like analysis,” they also pointed out “Dinho-like analysis”. Therefore, Ibra earned another Korean nickname.)

Comment-gdh5****: 즐라탄혼자 고군분투하드만ㅋㅋㅋ / 2010.10.31. 21:12 / IP 222.98.xxx.217
Comment-gmlg****: 고군탄, 분투탄, 10자10자 / 11.01. 02:02 / IP 175.203.xxx.250
Comment-jwl2****: 고군탄은 좀 아니고 분투탄은 좀 어울리는? / 11.01. 07:51 / IP 70.69.xxx.154
Comment-kksm****: 하이라이트만 봤는데, 즐라탄이 몇개 말아먹던데 그래서 챔스뿐만이 아니라 큰경기엔 다 약하구나, 이런 생각했는데 댓글보니 고군탄 분투탄이라는데 ㅋㅋ 하이라이트의 폐해구나. 그나저나 하이라이트에 다른 선수들은 보이지도 않던데. 밀란은 뭐한거지 크라시치도 키엘리니도 안나온 걸로 아는데 / 2010.11.01. 07:56 / IP 112.145.xxx.84

(Updated on NOVEMBER 5, 2010)

(JIWON: People keep debating. Let’s finish this work.)

Milan 1 – 2 Juventus Oct 30, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies (NO-Dinho)
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Comment-Milanista says: @tanya. Also, our midfield is just passed it. Juve just dominated us in the midfield. We need new players in midfield, and fast. Juve won with their midfield, their rock solid midfield. If you look at their front line, its not that strong. Quag and Del Piero can’t do everything themselves, so they got tons of supported from midfield giving them through passes all the time. Unfortunately, this was not the case for us. Prince didn’t do much and wasn’t able to get the ball up. He kept passing these soft baby passes that either got cut off or slowed the play down. Pirlo was just slow. Gattuso was fine but he’s not the person to feed balls in. Even though the players did not do their jobs well, Allegri fielded them wrong too. The whole team is at blame. I kind of get what Allegri is trying to do. He’s trying to make Milan play from midfield, but the thing is, we don’t have the players for that. One good center midfield would change that.
Comment-RnB says: (…) I have a feeling Allegri isn’t very astute in terms of defence. We have serious problems in defence. (…) I have a feeling Allegri isn’t very astute in terms of defence. We have serious problems in defence. (…) I am frustrated by Allegri’s non-action…do something for crying out loud!
Comment-RnB says: Abate doesn’t abate our problems. 😦 Anyone else seen this?
http://www.serieaweekly.com/2010/11/time-running-out-for-ignazio-abate.html
Comment-Milanista says: @RnB. I get what you mean… but the thing is, can a back four singly handedly prevent a goal? If there is any defensive line that can do that, I want to meet them. The defense needs help from the midfield, but we aren’t getting any of that.
Comment-RnB says: @Milanista. You are 100% right. There is no defensive lineup that is infallible. Even Maldini, Costacurta, Baresi and Tassotti let in goals but for most part they could be relied on to do their job right most of the times. They inspired confidence and freed up midfielders from added defensive duties and mental tension. And yes our midfield isn’t adequate given our situation. This is why I have lost confidence in Allegri. (…)

CL-04 Milan 2-2 Real Madrid: Just As MOUdrid Fear And Grandpa-Fergie Quips, “Evergreen-Super-Pippo” Was Born Offside And Overcomes Mueller & Van-Basten & Shevchenko’s Record! Silva Is Irreplaceable! Abate Touches “Oscar-Winner-CR7” In Revenge For Gattuso! Allegri Does Have A Gameplan, But Long Balls Can’t Be Team’s Only Option. AC-Milan Still Lacks A Perfect Balance Between “Old & Young”. Duckling Thinks Too Much!!!
Milan 2 – 2 Real Madrid Nov 4, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-tremendousice says: (…) Milan were very slow in the first half, but Silva really showed he was needed before. Pirlo great, Gattuso on fire. (…)
Comment-Shosh says: We really need to change our mid field, we actually played better than Real Madrid because we didn’t have any mid field and they did. There was no support for Ronaldinho, Ibra or Pato, the reason Madrid could dominate was because there were always two or three players supporting each other. Long balls cannot be a team’s only option, it should be an occasional option. For the last goal I expected better from Abiati. Well atleast we didn’t lose. Since its clear that Allegri isn’t going anywhere at least till next summer, so please Galliani get our Mid field an overhaul in the jan transfer window. I am not expecting Milan to even go to the last 8 of the champions league, but I am expecting at least a scudetto this season. here is to being hopeful next season with a new coach and players things will be different. Forza Milan
Comment-RnB says: @Jomama. I am largely in agreement with you. (…) For most part we were playing on backfoot all the way through. San Siro used to be a fortress now it’s an easy game for away sides. I can understand if we were playing catenaccio but our counterattacks were sooooooooooo slow and elaborate, by the time the ball was moved anywhere near their 1/3 they already had their defence back in place! (…)

(JIWON: Ronaldinho was playing this game. I wonder why “Ronnie2009” never analyzes Dinho’s performance… if he is a real fan of “Happy Happy Gaucho”… This guy just keeps insulting others.)

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CL-04 Milan 2-2 Real Madrid: Just As MOUdrid Fear And Grandpa-Fergie Quips, “Evergreen-Super-Pippo” Was Born Offside And Overcomes Mueller & Van-Basten & Shevchenko’s Record! Silva Is Irreplaceable! Abate Touches “Oscar-Winner-CR7” In Revenge For Gattuso! Allegri Does Have A Gameplan, But Long Balls Can’t Be Team’s Only Option. AC-Milan Still Lacks A Perfect Balance Between “Old & Young”. Duckling Thinks Too Much!!!

Nov 3, 2010 7:45 PM GMT UEFA CL-04 Milan – Real Madrid
♥PREPARATION-1♥

Chelsea boss Ancelotti urges AC Milan to stick with Allegri Nov 2, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Berlusconi hands AC Milan boss Allegri vote of confidence Nov 2, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Robinho hopes AC Milan can land Real Madrid midfielder Kaka Oct 27, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan chief Galliani leaves door open to Real Madrid midfielder Kaka Oct 28, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Ancelotti can see Kaka opportunity for Chelsea Nov 3, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan, Real Madrid powerbrokers discuss Kaka over lunch Nov 3, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Milan’s Ronaldinho: I Want To Play Against Real Madrid Nov 1, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho & Thiago Silva Back In Milan Squad For Real Madrid Clash Nov 2, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Chief Berlusconi Tells Coach Allegri: Play Ronaldinho Against Real Madrid If You Want To Win Nov 3, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho agent admits no progress over AC Milan contract talks Nov 3, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

♥PREPARATION-2♥

Milan 1-2 Juventus: Resurgent Bianconeri Announce Title Ambitions With Hard-Fought Win Oct 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mohamed Egypt / 11:06 PM Oct 30, 2010: juventus deserved their victory.. allegri must resign.. we have seen enough!! i will try my best to not watch madrid’s match on wednesday.. i dont want to end up in a hospital!! but still forza Grande MILAN!! / 0 : 0

Milan vs. Real Madrid: A Daunting Task for Under-Fire Rossoneri Nov 2, 2010 / Frank Tigani
(…) Exactly what personnel and tactics Allegri should employ tomorrow night is unclear. Perhaps, the best option for Milan is to play a true “Italian” game. (…)

Gattuso: Real Madrid boss Mourinho has someone looking after him upstairs Nov 3, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Gattuso said: “The personal performance counts for little. We needed the win, but maybe it’s more than just a draw, even if the disappointment is strong. I think Mourinho has some saint in paradise …”

♥OUTCOME-1♥ – catenaccio

Milan 2-2 Real Madrid: Pedro Leon’s Dramatic Injury-Time Equaliser Earns Point For Los Blancos Nov 3, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Evergreen Supper Pippo
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Evergreen Supper Pippo

Record-breaking Inzaghi revels in Milan feats Nov 4, 2010 / By soccernet.espn
(…) It was still a night to savour for Inzaghi, though, who became the record scorer in European competition with 70 goals – beating the 69 of Raul and Gerd Muller – overtook Marco van Basten in Milan’s all-time scoring charts by moving onto 125 for the club and moved ahead of Andriy Shevchenko as the Rossoneri’s leading scorer in Europe with 40. (…)

Milan 2 – 2 Real Madrid Nov 4, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Shosh says: We really need to change our mid field, we actually played better than Real Madrid because we didn’t have any mid field and they did. There was no support for Ronaldinho, Ibra or Pato, the reason Madrid could dominate was because there were always two or three players supporting each other. Long balls cannot be a team’s only option, it should be an occasional option. For the last goal I expected better from Abiati. Well atleast we didn’t lose. Since its clear that Allegri isn’t going anywhere at least till next summer, so please Galliani get our Mid field an overhaul in the jan transfer window. I am not expecting Milan to even go to the last 8 of the champions league, but I am expecting at least a scudetto this season. here is to being hopeful next season with a new coach and players things will be different. Forza Milan
Comment-RnB says: @Jomama. I am largely in agreement with you. (…) For most part we were playing on backfoot all the way through. San Siro used to be a fortress now it’s an easy game for away sides. I can understand if we were playing catenaccio but our counterattacks were sooooooooooo slow and elaborate, by the time the ball was moved anywhere near their 1/3 they already had their defence back in place! (…)

♥OUTCOME-2♥ – character & heart

Special One: Filippo Inzaghi’s Second Goal Was Offside
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Comment-Moel Indonesia / 6:57 AM Nov 4, 2010: You guys see those simulation act from Ronaldo, covering his face? Disgusting. I hope UEFA ban him a few matches for that. So much for FAIR PLAY. / 5 : 15

AC Milan boss Allegri delighted with 2-goal Inzaghi after Real Madrid thriller Nov 3, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Allegri said: “I think Pippo is an example for the way he comes into games. He sets the example for youngsters, as he needs spirit and fire in the veins to play at this level. Gennaro Gattuso and also tonight Zlatan Ibrahimovic showed that too. We need to improve in order to reach certain objectives. To win you can’t just play well, you also have to put in that grit and determination during difficult moments. Tonight we did that.”

AC Milan boss Allegri has mixed emotions after Real Madrid draw Nov 3, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “It’s a shame, as we had basically won the match. We feel a bit like we threw away the victory. Real have great technique and moved around quickly, while we probably could’ve been a little less hasty in our construction. We played with our strikers quite wide so that when out of possession we could put pressure on them and create more of an advantage in midfield with our three against their two. Also on the counter we did well in some occasions, while in others with Pato he kept going down the same path when he should’ve changed play.”

Milan 2 – 2 Real Madrid Nov 4, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Benjamin says: Not exactly a perfect result, continues the trend of not winning after going behind first. but nonetheless, it proves allegri does have a gameplan to bring Milan back into the game. Hope this solid performance in the second half can be a springboard to more positive performances.
Comment-Master says: I’m a little bit dissapointed that we can’t secure the 3 point at our home. But this Milan looks more and more solid and compact between the old and new players. It was never easy to face Mourinho, but this proves Allegri is ready to fix his fault and try another formula to take the best result we can get.
Comment-Milanista says: Honestly, when I saw the line-up, I was close to tears, as many as you all were too. Ambro and Gattuso playing on the same field. 2 slow and old players vs a speedy youthful midfield from Madrid. Allegri thought ahead of us. I totally threw that option down the trash, but I guess a defensive midfield with the right attackers really does work.
Comment-tanya says: i would like first of all to applaud milan for their performance. i watched the game and i think out of everything we showed one of the most important things any team needs to have in order to win anything. CHARACTER AND HEART. i tell u the truth this is what makes and will make milan different from the rest. we werent scared, we defended well when need players sacrificed their pride and fought for the team. pato was tracking back and making runs. pirlo was just amazing today as well as silva, prince plated his role well, being the slightly more advance midfielder of the three. special mention for GATTUSO he was outstanding. madrid were better attacking wise i think but the couldnt for one second match our desire to win even after going down 1 – 0.

♥AS FOR THIAGO SILVA♥

Milan 2 – 2 Real Madrid Nov 4, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-FOLKS says: (…) BLA 🙂 (…) BLA 🙂 (…) BLA 🙂

♥AS FOR FLOP-ROSSONERI♥

Milan 2 – 2 Real Madrid Nov 4, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-The special 1 says: my tm dominated n cr7 was unfairly targeted. laser beams were shown allover n thiz obviously distracted my tm. all in all we qualified n pippo was the spoiler just like i had warned. halla Madrid

Special One: Filippo Inzaghi’s Second Goal Was Offside
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Comment-safwat bangladesh / 7:23 AM Nov 4, 2010: @Moel Indonesia U only seen ronaldo not the entire milan who are playing dirty football.Abeta pushing ronaldo like a rugby footballat the second half Pirlo and gattuso wasting time by faking there injuries and Inzaghi punch Xabi alonso at the back.Milan shud be treated dirtly.Ur comment is foolish!!! / 13 : 13

(JIWON: Of course, there were tons of comments on “dirty soccer”. But I stll think Oscar winners “CR7 & Co.” can cover anything. 🙂 Except the laser beams for “Special One”. 😦 )

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-OFFSIDE♥

Special One: Filippo Inzaghi’s Second Goal Was Offside
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Comment-Nathan London / 10:35 PM Nov 3, 2010: Sir Alex Ferguson said he was born from his mother in a offside position 😛 / 295 : 22
Comment-Butchee UK / 10:55 PM Nov 3, 2010: 2 weeks ago Mourinho predicted Madrid will suffer if Milan plays inzaghi…..he is the special one / 0 : 0
Comment-jak Indonesia / 2:43 AM Nov 4, 2010: If it’s the other player, it would be offside…But this is INZAGHI, the master of ONSIDE! / 3 : 1
Comment-Brrr bdg / 1:40 AM Nov 4, 2010: That’s the best talent of pippo inzaghi,,escape from the offside trap or..not being seen in offside position,, / 4 : 0
Comment-Fazziano Qatar – ( Forza Milan) / 4:27 AM Nov 4, 2010: Well i don’t know why you guys are talking about this offisde thing when the goal was given. its a referee error. talk to the referee dont blame Milan. a chance will come and we will take it. and thats what Inzaghi did. Forza Milan / 15 : 28

Comment-hass france / 10:48 PM Nov 3, 2010: in the first half pato was 1 on 1 with casillas and judged offside when he wasnt so stop nagging. real dominated the first half but didnt deserve more than a draw really. / 1 : 0
Comment-Milan4ever Toronto / 12:22 AM Nov 4, 2010: yea for everyone who is saying milan were cheating, you guys have to remember the 2 cancelled goals against madrid. One from thiago silva and the other from pato so that cancells out the call from the ref on inzaghi. and please, STOP CRYING!!!!!!! / 1 : 0

Comment-Jojo South Africa / 7:18 AM Nov 4, 2010: Look who’s talking? Diego Milito’s goal against BARCA was offside. You wouldnt have won the CL if it wasnt for that offside goal. Try another excuse 🙂 / 10 : 5
Comment-Real Hell / 12:14 AM Nov 4, 2010: Oh yeah, they should have made a panel to judge ronaldo acting and marcelo’ diving and decide to give these two Oscar d’ Or. / 0 : 0
Comment-Barry The Butcher / 2:08 AM Nov 4, 2010: I don’t see Mourinho commenting the absence of yellow cards for diving from C. Ronaldo. Both Milan Real games he deserved yellow already on 1st half. Not that milan or real either played good, but Inzaghi still rocks – best sense for goals ever. / 4 : 5
Comment-bokibati Macedonia / 1:40 AM Nov 4, 2010: What abouth the goal that Milito scored agains Barsa, that was offside position, why he didnt talk abouth that last year? in the second game thay had poorly 23% possesin of the ball, they had 1 shoot off target and 0 shots on goal. He plays Antifootball!! / 1 : 5

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-GATTUSO♥
Milan 2 – 2 Real Madrid Nov 4, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-tremendousice says: did Anyone notice Gattuso when he was subbed out. He kept giving orders to the players from the sideline. He should go and take some coaching classes and be our next Ancelotti. Gattuso has what it takes to be a good coach.

(JIWON: Yeah, this is what made Korean fans fun to watch.)

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-DUCKLING♥

AC Milan boss Allegri: Pato thinks too much! Nov 4, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Pato was again flat in last night’s 2-2 draw with Real Madrid. “Pato is still only 21 and is coming back from injury problems, but it was already an improvement on the performance against Juventus. He ought to play with more instinct and think less,” insisted Allegri.

Milan 2 – 2 Real Madrid Nov 4, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-tanya says: (…) pato was tracking back and making runs. (…)
Comment-alexandros says: i can’t believe it! must be change as soon as possible the system of the team! that team isn’t milan how know! thank you gatusso super pippo ibra pirlo nesta tiago! pato come on what is the problem? maybe is the tactic or the system but i believe how you must learn play with your heart like gatusso! i would like to see a milan win easy anyone
Comment-Dan says: Milan played alot better and alot stronger last night than they have before. The result was a a fair one but I still feel the overtime was rediculously long. Thene again we have to learn to defend versus those small passes behind the line since that is what we failed at twice last night and those were the goals. As for Pato he is trying hard but he needs to save his energy and run when he has a chance and not waste when he clearly has none. Ibra played overall fairly well but I must agree he should have scored with that lob. Hope he finds his edge again when it comes to finishing. Luckily he’s a fairly good assister aswell. 🙂 Sucks we didn’t win but I’m happy with the overall performance of the team.

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-REST♥

(JIWON: I find constant opinions dealing with Abbiati or Seedorf or… But I don’t think this issue should be my business. I only want to help every each member to prove his very best. Except when I find some dirty potitics going on.)

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SA-09 Milan Yuventus: Alas, Duckling Wants To Celebrate His 100th Game With Dribbling And Flops. Troublesome Mindset When No One Relies On Teamwork And Allegri Is Left With Plan-A Only. Hopeless Allegri When There Is No Midfield Working For His Plan. Ac-Milan Lacks Long Balls.

Oct 30, 2010 7:45 PM BST Serie A-09 Milan 1-2 Juventus
♥PREPARATION♥

Milan Coach Allegri Prefers Robinho Over Ronaldinho – Report Oct 27, 2010 / By Goal

Brazil Coach Mano Menezes Recalls Ronaldinho For Friendly Against Argentina Oct 29, 2010 / By Goal
Brazil Coach Mano Menezes: Ronaldinho Deserved His Recall But Will Have To Reach The Standards We Expect Oct 29, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Striker Alexandre Pato Eagerly Anticipating ‘Special 100th’ Match Against Juventus Oct 29, 2010 / By Goal

♥OUTCOME-1♥ – possesional play + long balls + midfield

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi: I Better Stay Quiet After Juventus Loss Oct 30, 2010 / By Goal
Milan 1-2 Juventus: Resurgent Bianconeri Announce Title Ambitions With Hard-Fought Win Oct 30, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Fabio Quagliarella (Juventus)
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Felipe Melo (Juventus)
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Sokratis Papastathopoulos
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Sokratis Papastathopoulos
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section: Allegri & Antonini & Papastathopoulos & Pato & etc.

Milan 1 – 2 Juventus Oct 30, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies (NO-Dinho)
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Comment-jomama says: (…) Pirlo in a deep playmaking role isn’t really working right now because he’s to slow of a player for the modern day game. (…)
Comment-Milanista says: (…) If you guys watched this game, the game was full of bad officiating. Horrible ref. We lacked long balls. We had everything going but the long balls. This is why Seedorf was introduced. Prince is just not a good passer, and he wasn’t doing much either. But unfortunately, Seedorf didn’t fair that well either. Too bad Dinho was injured, because he would’ve changed the game. Prince was just extremely poor. (…) Gattuso proved again he is one of Milan’s beating heart. An old guy out-performing all the young guys. Embarrassing. Antonini was very poor too. (…)
Comment-tanya says: to milanista. you are right about spreading the play. (…) u know our style has always been built on the foundation of possesional play. KEEP THE BALL. pass your opponents into opening up spaces and im sure even madrid will fall
Comment-newGuy says: the thing i miss the most is when milan used to pass alot. holding the ball, making the other team chase. pato will develop to a bigger player. he will stop dribbling alot.. zlatan should have scored more. Allegri should use young players, players that dont get tired fast. (…)
Comment-Milanista says: @tanya. Also, our midfield is just passed it. Juve just dominated us in the midfield. We need new players in midfield, and fast. Juve won with their midfield, their rock solid midfield. If you look at their front line, its not that strong. Quag and Del Piero can’t do everything themselves, so they got tons of supported from midfield giving them through passes all the time. Unfortunately, this was not the case for us. Prince didn’t do much and wasn’t able to get the ball up. He kept passing these soft baby passes that either got cut off or slowed the play down. Pirlo was just slow. Gattuso was fine but he’s not the person to feed balls in. Even though the players did not do their jobs well, Allegri fielded them wrong too. The whole team is at blame. I kind of get what Allegri is trying to do. He’s trying to make Milan play from midfield, but the thing is, we don’t have the players for that. One good center midfield would change that.
Comment-RnB says: (…) I have a feeling Allegri isn’t very astute in terms of defence. We have serious problems in defence. (…) Saachi, Capello and Ancelotti all built their successful teams on the back of very solid backline. Defence is fundamental (…) I am frustrated by Allegri’s non-action… do something for crying out loud!
Comment-Milanista says: @RnB. I get what you mean… but the thing is, can a back four singly handedly prevent a goal? If there is any defensive line that can do that, I want to meet them. The defense needs help from the midfield, but we aren’t getting any of that. Sure Gattuso can stop them at times. Sure Prince can track back. But in the bigger picture, how many loose balls do we recover? We barely recover any at all, and that makes us very viable to counters. Great teams that have good defenses always recover the loose balls either in attack or defense.

♥OUTCOME-2♥ – teamwork

Milan 1 – 2 Juventus Oct 30, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies (NO-Dinho)
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Comment-Milanista says: (…) Juve was the laughingstock of the Serie A last season. … Now its different. … People who previously had been saying we would beat Juve by 2 or 3 goals haven’t been watching the Serie A lately. (…)
Comment-Chandler says: (…) Allegri waits too long before substituting any of the players. Allegri doesn’t have any plan B’s for when his Plan A doesn’t materialize!
Comment-Milanista says: Allegri needs to learn how to merge the team to play together. Today, I saw everybody try to do everything themselves. Ibra spoiled a chance to pass it to Robinho. Pato kept dribbling as the game progressed, etc. Rely on your teammates guys. Its not an individual effort.
Comment-Rob says: The main problem i saw with Milan yesterday was mindset, they went in with the mindset to dominate from the start, instead of studying the game. They played well at first, then the goal came. Thats because they didn’t play possesion fooball. Milan played how Bayern played vs Inter in Champion league finals, only this Juve wasn’t last years Juve left in shambles. Del Neri is an experienced coach he knew that Milans pace can be dominated by patience. Milan’s mindset was deceived because they thought they were superior, Del Neri played a well thought out game of deception.
Comment-Milanista says: @Tanya. Exactly my point. Allegri is the coach. He tells the players what to do. If the players don’t execute, then the team looses. I do have one complaint though. In half time, it was clear that we were not spreading the play out. He needed to make that adjustment, but he didn’t, or also there is the possibility that the players couldn’t do it. The team wasn’t playing together, and that is something that reflects on the coach. But if all the players followed through on what they were doing, we would have beaten Juve. We had 4 clear chances to score before the first goal.

♥AS FOR DINHO’S IBRA♥

Ronaldinho denies slating AC Milan tactics, Ibrahimovic Nov 1, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan’s Ronaldinho Concerned With Tactics Ahead Of Real Madrid Clash; Silvio Berlusconi Plays Down Defeat To Juventus Nov 1, 2010 / By Goal
“We cannot allow Zlatan Ibrahimovic to play on his own against four defenders. We cannot play like this,” Ronaldinho said, as reported by Tuttomercatoweb.com.

Milan 1-2 Juventus: Resurgent Bianconeri Announce Title Ambitions With Hard-Fought Win Oct 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Pontus Co / 9:51 PM Oct 30, 2010: Ibra is all alone! / 0 : 0
Comment-Aji Toronto / 10:34 PM Oct 30, 2010: The most disappointing game so far this season. A spineless performance on top of calamitous defending plus a coach who does not believe that his starting line-up is not necessarily working and fails to realize when to make changes. The difference between this team and Inter of two season’s ago is with Inter Zlatan will score at least every other game and the defence would not let any in. But with this team, disgraceful defending. Another reason why Robinho cannot replace Ronaldinho…. / 45 : 11
Comment-fan world / 10:40 PM Oct 30, 2010: Anyone who watches Milan regularly will see they have a weak midfield and defensive is suspect too. They might even be knocked out of Champions League is PSV play well. Milan are too slow in mid. / 0 : 0

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-REFEREE♥

Milan 1 – 2 Juventus Oct 30, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies (NO-Dinho)
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Comment-Milanista says: (…) If you guys watched this game, the game was full of bad officiating. Horrible ref. (…)

Milan 1-2 Juventus: Resurgent Bianconeri Announce Title Ambitions With Hard-Fought Win Oct 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-jo u.s. / 9:48 PM Oct 30, 2010: horrible game by both sides. Why do all you Juve fans think you guys are so good? Do you realize that you had like 2 shots all game long? Juve didn’t play a good game and just sat behind the ball. They didn’t create anything and got very, very lucky that Milan couldn’t finish at all. Did Juve play good? No, just Milan played worse. / 0 : 1
Comment-lukas juventus / 10:26 PM Oct 30, 2010: i cant believe i heard a milan fan say that the ref helped us,, constantly giving milan small free kicks, avoiding to give quaglirella a clear penalty, nesta didnt get yellow for pulling down quaglirella afterwards, amauri got kicked down from behind, no freekick, 5 minutes of extra time, and yelling at melo when it was sokratis who pushed him… juve were superior , even though berlusconi had paid someone to ban krasic / 50 : 4
Comment-Vijay Trinidad / 11:04 PM Oct 30, 2010: This was the most FUSTRATING matches I have seen Milan play in a long time.This result was down to the following factors: 1.Milan’s FAILURE to convert on MANY chances created in particular Ibra in the 1st half. 2.Juve’s PRECISION because they created 2 chances and scored 2 chances. 3.Allegri’s inability to affect a result.Yet again he waited too long to make any subs and again it was the WASTEFUL Seedorf. 4.Juve’s PATHETIC PLAY-ACTING AND WASTING TIME which the REF was all to willing to allow. / 0 : 1

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-GATTUSO♥

Milan 1 – 2 Juventus Oct 30, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies (NO-Dinho)
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Comment-Milanista says: (…) Gattuso proved again he is one of Milan’s beating heart. An old guy out-performing all the young guys. Embarrassing. Antonini was very poor too. (…)

Milan 1-2 Juventus: Resurgent Bianconeri Announce Title Ambitions With Hard-Fought Win Oct 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-max london / 9:58 PM Oct 30, 2010: man how does allegri keep making the same tactical mistakes every single match?? Juve deserved to win but as a milan fan im glad we lost so we can seriously look at the issues of our squad if an injury hit juve team can beat us so easily at home. Gattuso needs to stop playing, he cant pass the ball more than 5 metres / 0 : 0
Comment-keeb plnd / 10:49 PM Oct 30, 2010: gattuso the best of milan today. seedorf and pirlo poor. antonini and papasthopolous very poor. antonini did the goal pass, but besides that very very poor. / 3 : 2

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-DUCKLING♥

Milan 1-2 Juventus: Resurgent Bianconeri Announce Title Ambitions With Hard-Fought Win Oct 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Alien Mars / 9:39 PM Oct 30, 2010: hmm….atleast now, anybody other than me missing the Dinho-Pato combination? / 0 : 0
Comment-Rob Canada / 10:14 PM Oct 30, 2010: Pato has been a disappoint these past two matches, doesn’t deserve to start, always loses the ball. Very selfish towards teammates / 27 : 4
Comment-luigi morrone milano / 10:57 PM Oct 30, 2010: AARGH! I’m getting sick with Pato! Always tryin to get trough when there are 3 opponents and then he loses the ball… always. I thought he was the new Ronaldo?? / 27 : 4

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-ABATE♥

Milan 1 – 2 Juventus Oct 30, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies (NO-Dinho)
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Comment-RnB says: Abate doesn’t abate our problems 😦 Anyone else seen this?
http://www.serieaweekly.com/2010/11/time-running-out-for-ignazio-abate.html

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SA-08 Napoli 1-2 Milan: Oddo Gets Odd Chances To Create Goals For Binho & Ibra! Boateng Seals Hamsik. Casual Pato Is Lost And Becomes Duckling. Binho Needs To Train Dinho’s Long Ball Passing Skills.

Oct 25, 2010 7:45 PM BST Serie A-08 Napoli 1-2 Milan
♥PREPARATION♥

Ronaldinho Suffers Muscular Strain During Training Ground Injury – Report Oct 21, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho Recovers For Milan, But He Will Be Benched Against Napoli Oct 22, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Ace Ronaldinho: I Will Play Against Napoli Oct 23, 2010 / By Goal

AC Milan chief Galliani feared humiliation at Real Madrid Oct 22, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan Coach Allegri Has Berlusconi Backing Ahead Of Napoli Clash Oct 25, 2010 / By Goal

Leonardo insists Roma job not on agenda: I cannot betray AC Milan Oct 24, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Milan to play 4-3-2-1 against Napoli? Oct 23, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Ronnie2009 says: Mourinho will be carefully watching this game come Monday. SEEING IS BELEIVING and btw why do you release the formations and team sheet 2 days before the game isnt that a study material for the opponent. I like the way Fabio Capello sees things, Announce the team just an hour or so before the game so all the players train well and keep fit. If the playing 11 is already announced, dont you think some of them who know they wont play wont take the training seriously and even those who know will play can take advantage and set a relaxed mood, we see it in Seedorf Bonera Dinho etc always. anyways goodluck to the team

♥OUTCOME♥

Napoli 1-2 Milan: Robinho And Zlatan Ibrahimovic Fire Rossoneri Past Spirited 10-Man Hosts Oct 25, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Ezequiel Iván Lavezzi (Napoli)
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Massimo Oddo
Top of the Match from Comment-Section: Boateng & Oddo

Milan Were Lucky Against Napoli – Luciano Moggi Oct 26, 2010 / By Goal
Napoli 1 Milan 2: Ibra and Robinho Help Milan To a Hard Fought Win Oct 25, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) Allegri certainly did enough to keep Seedorf out of the side. (…) Whether forced or not, deploying Robinho behind Pato and Ibrahimovic was an experiment that had to be tested sooner or later. Ronaldinho has been poor this season (…) Gennaro Gattuso and Andrea Pirlo also put in good shifts as they helped Milan dominate possession. (…) Sokratis was a liability. (…) The unsung and highly unlikely hero for Milan tonight, however, was Massimo Oddo. … who created both goals for Milan. (…)

(JIWON: I don’t think whether Boateng, who sealed Hamsik all game long, or Oddo, whose play was unexpected, is the man of the match should be my business. My only concern is…)

1. Sokratis, who redeemed himself to the tough player he is and whose career-saving-tackles gave Milanista a heart attack, needs more confident in himself. His positioning isn’t the best and should stop doing dumb things.

2. Gattuso’s condition is also improving.

3. There still is a player from the opposite team, who was given far too much room to run into dangerous areas. AC-Milan can’t rely on luck and desperate last ditch tackles as a game plan. The game plan should be to break up these runs much much earlier.

(JIWON: By the way, I happened to find Pirlo and Gattuso’s photo during WC 2006. Surprise and surprise! Both of them, or ALL the Italian players should check their inferior physique since Calciopoli. Isn’t this a primary issue of Sir Berlusconi’s darling friend, Chiropractor Meersseman? BRRR… )

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-ODDO♥

Napoli 1 – 2 Milan Oct 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com, Hefin Davies
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Comment-Ronnie2009 says: Oddo who in the beginning was asked not to come for training sesssions and who was considered rebellious surprisingly gets a chance and utilizes it well. however will this serve in the longer run is unthinkable.

Milan’s Man Of The Moment Massimo Oddo: I Will Respond To Criticism On The Field Oct 26, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Destroyer Nishkap, Iran / 2:06 PM Oct 26, 2010: I`m fascinated by football fans. This guy has awful and has been hated by Milan-fans the last couple of years. Then he does one good game and everybody seem to love him and want to give him a new contract. Then after the Juve-game he probably will be hated because of a poor performance again. Make up your mind already, will you? / 13 : 3

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-IBRACADABRA♥

Napoli 1 – 2 Milan Oct 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com, Hefin Davies
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Comment-Robert says: Ibra will be a very frustrating player for Milan. Great strength, he is great on the ball when he has it, but the play does not move quickly enough when he is in the team. He really slows things down. But his header was quality –like I said, a frustrating player. I hope that Allegri doe not bow to pressure and think he has to start Ibra in every game, because there are alternate formations that he could send out there, without Ibra, and we would move the ball much faster.
Comment-Ronnie2009 says: (…) sometimes IBRA does make us hate football by being Lazy and slow, but who cares We won the game thats important. Its like Rather than playing beautiful and losing, We play ugly and win. It matters for Allegri to save is skin as Fans i dont think we will ever get to watch a creative Milan.
Comment-Dan says: Ibra wasn’t as slow as many of you think. IF you see it again he actually worked pretty hard on both sides and he hardly did a single pure mistake. His style isn’t the fast type of play but the precision one and I feel it’s not bad to add that to the team, also it felt better having him slightly behind the top striker to give him more space to turn around and work his magic.

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-BINHO♥ (… this part will be finished here…)

Napoli 1 – 2 Milan Oct 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com, Hefin Davies
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Comment-Milanista says: (…) Binho was good too, but he lacked the long ball passing skills of Dinho, but nevertheless still shredded the defense and scored a goal, and even almost created a few chances. (…)
Comment-Robert says: Great victory, but what an embarrassing flop by Robinho, why does he have to leave a sour taste in my mouth after such a great performance.

Milan Star Robinho Delighted With Maximum Points Against Napoli
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Comment-Jerry Texas / 5:06 AM Oct 26, 2010: Robinho: “I fell because [Salvatore] Aronica TOUCEDD me in the chest.” Touched? TOUCHED? You truly are a weak little baby Robinho. I hate you for betraying Real Madrid. I loved you with all my heart, and then you just trampled all over me and all of your Real Madrid fans. I will never forgive you, you whiny, weak, baby who falls down likes he’s been shot when people TOUCH him. Just think if someone actually hit him. That lightweight would fly half way across the world. / 4 : 58
Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 8:21 AM Oct 26, 2010: Oh the irony of a Real Madrid fan making fun of Robinho for falling down after being touched. I have two words for you Jerry from Texas. “Christiano Ronaldo” hell at least with Robinho you have to touch him before he goes down…unlike with Ronaldo. / 33 : 0

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-PATO♥ (… this part will be finished here…)

AC Milan boss Allegri reveals one-on-one Pato chats Oct 24, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Allegri is keen for Pato not to get complacent. He explained: “Alexandre Pato has to grow in many respects. I told him that to do what he can he needs to play as if he were just a lad and not a champion. He needs to be more carefree.”

Napoli 1-2 Milan: Robinho And Zlatan Ibrahimovic Fire Rossoneri Past Spirited 10-Man Hosts Oct 25, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-me milan / 9:17 AM Oct 26, 2010: pato was very selfish in the game / 8 : 0
Comment-Gino Milanista / 12:54 AM Oct 26, 2010: Pato lacks a large amount of sacrifice for the sacrifice of the team, within the last 15 minutes i don’t think he back tracked once tisk tisk. As for Oddo i am personally shocked! Great shift by him… Papa is a joke & K.P.B is a MONSTER!!! FORZA MILANO / 1 : 0
Comment-Dan Sweden / 9:09 AM Oct 26, 2010: It looekd to me Pato was hungry in this game but perhaps a bit too much. he overcomplicated things and didn’t play very smart. He did help ofcourse with creating pressure but he’s alot better when he can both think and run. / 1 : 0
Comment-shamr9pato milan / 8:16 AM Oct 26, 2010: come on pato didnt have such a bad game. just because the boy didnt score doesnt mean he was horrible maybe a lil off form but his dribbles and etc were amazing / 6 : 3
Comment-acmilan4 world / 6:16 AM Oct 26, 2010: i didnt like the game at all. It seem like pato was thinking of something else other than football, i really hated how milan defended all of the 2nd half when they were one man up. o well mabe next match we will show are class / 10 : 1
Comment-mila milan / 5:08 AM Oct 26, 2010: ibra and pato should be more lethal on the finish.. we could’ve scored 4 and closed the match.. / 12 : 1

Napoli 1 – 2 Milan Oct 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com, Hefin Davies
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Comment-prasad chiplunkar says: pato should learn to pass a bit! there where 2 chance in the game wer if he would have passed ibra, it would have been sure goal!!!!!
Comment-Dan says: Pato has energy and is good for the team but I agree with alot of you here that he needs to pass more.
Comment-RnB says: Pato was little too casual, given his talent and experience he could have done much better. What’s up with him? Against Madrid he was switched off and last night he wasn’t quite in the game. Is he carrying an injury? Is there some off field problem? What’s going on?

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CL-03 Real Madrid 2-0 Milan: Same ‘Old’ Problem For Milan. No One In The Midfield And An Absolute Horror Show, As A Result.

Oct 19, 2010 7:45 PM BST UEFA CL-03 Real Madrid 2-0 Milan
♥PREPARATION♥

Jose Mourinho: Kaka Will Be Crucial For Real Madrid Oct 18, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Boss Massimiliano Allegri Shifts Focus Away From Real Madrid Clash Oct 16, 2010 / By Goal

Brazil Coach Mano Menezes Confirms Plans To Call Milan’s Ronaldinho Oct 19, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic Ready To Rumble Against Real Madrid In The Champions League Oct 18, 2010 / By Goal
I’d Love To Score Against My Old Team Real Madrid – Milan Ace Robinho Oct 16, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Striker Alexandre Pato: I Want To Score Against Real Madrid Oct 18, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Coach Allegri Unconcerned By Thiago Silva Injury Ahead Of Real Madrid Showdown Oct 16, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Goalkeeper Christian Abbiati Ruled Out Of Real Madrid Clash With Injury – Report Oct 19, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid To Crack Down On Milan Ultras As UEFA Step Up Security – Report Oct 19, 2010 / By Goal

♥OUTCOME – 1♥

Inter President Massimo Moratti Praises Real Madrid After Win Over Milan Oct 20, 2010 / By Goal

Real Madrid 2-0 Milan: Cristiano Ronaldo On Target As Los Blancos Record Dominant Win Oct 19, 2010 / By Goal
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Gianluca Zambrotta
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: IbraFLOPovic
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section ELSEWHERE: Allegri’s Darling Seedorf

Real Madrid 2 – 0 Milan Oct 19, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
Best Moment – the full time whistle
Best Player – Probably Pirlo

Same ‘Old’ Problem For Milan As Real Madrid Win Comprehensively Oct 19, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) the Milan midfield is simply too old. Against a Madrid midfield consisting of Oezil, Khedira and Alonso, the omnipresent Milan trio of Pirlo, Seedorf and Gattuso was no match. Andrea Pirlo is perhaps the only one that still has something to offer, however, his strengths are rendered useless without the protection he needs from his peers. (…) however, some of the blame must go to coach Max Allegri who started both players against Chievo on the weekend and somehow expected them to back up just days later against one of the best teams in Europe. (…) The Milan defence was an absolute horror show. It is incredible just how Real Madrid did not manage to score more. (…) The Milan defence was an absolute horror show. It is incredible just how Real Madrid did not manage to score more. (…) The only positive from this game for Milan was the performance of Marco Amelia in goal. (…)

(JIWON: Should I write more? True that I didn’t expect Milan’s victory. But I was so frustrated by Korean comment section, which is full of @#$%, that I didn’t know what to do. Now, I feel terrific! 🙂 )

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – kaka

Real Madrid crock Kaka visited AC Milan locker room after Bernabeu defeat Oct 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Kaka wanted to console his former teammates and take the chance to see them all again. Milan apparently appreciated the gesture, although it is unlikely to have softened the blow they took in Madrid.

Lessons from the Bernabeu Oct 20, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Meytar Zeevi
(…) I couldn’t quite realize why Clarence Seedorf played full 90 minutes when he was probably the worst player on the field… (…) IbraPATOvic looked very bad simply because there was no one in midfield (…)

AC Milan 3, Chievo 1: Concerns Abound Despite Win Oct 17, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
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Comment-Nick B (= MilanFan since Berlusconi): (…) I really believe next year will be Milan’s year because quit a few old and second rate players will be out of contract. This will give us the opportunity to get better players. (…)

Comment-kara****: 지금팔면 제값 못받을가봐, 회장이 안판다고 그런다면서. 1000억 주고 사왔는데 제대로 쓰지도 못하고 헐값에 팔면 비난 받을까 두려워서. 내가 생각하기에는 카카체면도 있고. 회장 때문에라도 한시즌 뛰게하고 내보낼것같다, 본인도 그걸 아니까 다음시즌 어찌될지 모른다그러겠지, 이적설 흘린것도 레알이라던데, 타 구단들이 제시한금액들이 턱없이 닞았나보네. 30먹고 무릎부상 당한 선수를 누가 비싸게 사려 들겠냐 / 2010.10.19. 20:34 / IP 211.115.xxx.253 (… who would want to buy 30yr old injury prone, anyway?)

(JIWON: Therefore… who do you think is the final winner in this story? I would say… “KAKA”.)

1. At Real Madrid, Kaka had a great time watching Di Maria’s terrific performance paving the way for Kaka’s return. Kaka will be loved and honored… until Rooney receives the higher wage than CR7. However, Kaka is welcome to trust Roberto Mancini Encourages His Manchester City Players To Have Sex Instead of Beer and Carlos Tevez tells Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour to snap up Manchester United rebel Wayne Rooney!!! Poor Balotelli… How come this Italian brat disappered from fans’ debate on Man-City’s future squad?

2. At AC-Milan, Kaka imagined young, fresh, and brilliant squad, which will be led by King Kaka’s Return.

3. No sooner had Kaka Consoled Milan Dressing Room After Bernabeu Defeat than
Manchester United were extremely interested in the signing of the world class Brazilian superstar Kaka for plus £40m. Wow…

(JIWON: Hope our beloved Kaka to have a great time and just concentrate on his recovery. No matter what, his decision saved AC-Milan’s disastrous financial problem. Wherever he goes, his Milan fans will always remember him as Rossoneri Legend. 🙂 )

Lessons from the Bernabeu Oct 20, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Meytar Zeevi
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(JIWON: I find that this comment section resembles Korean one… except couple of things.)

AC Milan Sports Injuries Clinic – Milan Lab Mar 11, 2010 / By ChiroCentre.co.uk
Last nights European Champions League football game between England’s Manchester United and Italy’s AC Milan was amazing. The Manchester Milan game has been the talk of the week on all the news stations and British newspapers. Manchester ended beating Milan in last nights European champions league game (10 March 2010) 4-0. Some of the biggest focus of the night was Milan footballer and ex-Manchester star, David Beckham. Beckham is now 34 years-old … under the medical supervision of world renowned sport injuries clinic, the Milan Lab. (…) ‘At the San Siro they do not doubt that such longevity is due to the Milan Lab and its appliance of science in the field of sports medicine. Longevity is the goal. The man behind this is a 63-year-old Belgian chiropractor called Jean-Pierre Meersseman (…) ‘Age doesn’t exist,’ he once told a Belgian interviewer. ‘What counts is that you are physically and psychologically ready to play. It doesn’t matter if you are 21 or 41.’ Meersseman would revolutionise Milan’s system. (…)

(JIWON: When I introduced this article, I had to delete couple of information. One reason was it was written in a typical British style to mock Milan’s aging squad while pretending to praise its Sport Injuries Clinic.

Still, there is no change in my respect for Milan way of supervising aging players. This was, is, and will be my most favorite theory. However… I can’t help suspecting if Mr. Meersseman has been chained with his own theory, just as Arnold Jacobs had been at Chicago Symphony Orchestra. I can’t help suspecting if Mr. Meersseman has been advising Sir Berlusconi that his aging squad doesn’t need fresh blood… all thanks to his proud theory. Anyways…)

1. I grew up in a place, where absolutely no adults were watching the sport games. As I wrote before, WC 2002 was my first experience and its pure reason was to check my Jacobs-theory through the football players in different nationalities and enjoy watching “Art of Physique”.
2. Recently, I am fed up with anything sports and I hate watching anything sports. No problem to keep this computer work, since it’s fun to read all those comical comments. I will finish this computer work.
3. Therefore, Pirlo’s GOAL was the first video, which I wanted to watch. Time has passed and right before this “Absolute Horror Show,” I happened to click “CR7’s Galacticos” and hastily turned it off. Such an aggressive… Anyways, I made a detalied report about CR7’s change of his style, and slept.

(JIWON: What the hell… What exactly happened to Milan’s aging squad? So… I did watch its whole game… and was in SHOCK!!!)

Comment-clok****: 밀란은 살부터 빼야됨 경기보니 배나온 밀란선수들 많음 그거가지고 달리기도 힘들지 🙂 / 10.20. 14:53 / IP 118.218.xxx.102 (… look at the players’ belly fat… can they run?)

(JIWON: I feel very very sorry for Sir Berlusconi and his darling friend Belgian chiropractor Meersseman. Sorry about saying this. But AGE DOES EXIST. 41 year-old body can’t run like 21 year-old legs for 90 full minutes. Football game is not a marathon. What’s more, according to this theory, Milan’s aging players should boast absolutely NO belly fat. They should boast “Art of Physique” from Mid-Thirties. They should never look to be mid forties or so.

What’s what’s more, I am now suspecting if those aging squad members are abusing Meersseman’s method and never plan to build proper muscles. They only seem to relax those inferior muscles around fat belly. And therefore, they should never run and try to avoid any chances of injury.

Still, how many games Milan’s aging squad was, is, and will be losing is not my concern. My only interest is to find the most effective way for Berlusconi’s money to be used. After watching this “Absolute Horror Show” … “ARRRRH”!!!!)

Comment-bloo****: 역시 호날두는 최고라고 생각했다. (…) 근데 어제 너무 다이버짓을 많이 해서 보면서 욕을 하면서 봤다. 가투소 앞에서 그런짓해서 가투소가 면상이라도 한대 갈겨줬으면 좋겠다고 생각하기도햇다. / 2010.10.20. 17:06 / IP 211.181.xxx.134 (… CR7 was best… but… I wanted to see Gattuso punching his face…)

Lessons from the Bernabeu Oct 20, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Meytar Zeevi
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Comment-nick says: October 20, 2010: I agree totally with this article. (…) Ok, Gattuso played his heart out last night so I wont be so critical today (…)

(JIWON: Please look. Have I advised our beloved Gattuso to control his temper? It’s clear that this brilliant football actor CR7 was even waging psychological warfare, but Gattuso tried his very best and overcame this sh*t. This is why this guy received real controversial reviews from furious fans elsewhere. I find that Antonini was also the one whose hard working was appreciated, even though his aging performance has never received a perfect score. Exactly same comment was found both in the Korean and the International comment section.)

Comment-ssla****: 묻지도 따지지도 않고, 노후보장해주는 AC밀란덕분에 늙은이들이 득실득실. 한때 잘나가던애들이 세월에 못이겨 반 고장난 몸으로 요새 잘나가는 애들하고 경기하면서 발리는거보면 불쌍할 정도. / 2010.10.20. 14:14 / IP 119.195.xxx.85
Comment-reds****: (…) 밀란의 그 멤버들은 이미 과거의 영광으로 남는 선수들이고..그래도 밀란 정말 따뜻한 클럽인듯… / 2010.10.20. 11:38 / IP 183.106.xxx.82

(JIWON: Yes. People keep asking to sell “Gattuso & Co.” I have no problem with this. This poor Italain footballer wasted his golden time during LEO’s period, and was supposed to leave his Milan home last summer. Now, he is working real hard to return to his good old days at AC-Milan. Gattuso’s best form in 2010 will probably not same as Gattuso 2006. I just want to help him to recover his confidence and use his remaining time in the most effective way to build the most useful muscles and then decide his future. If Gattuso is satisfied with “Back-Up” role, he will want to retire at his Milan home after negotiating his wage. If not, he will find the best place for his remaining professional life. That’s Gattuso I know. The same goes to his old friends.)

Real Madrid Are To Be Feared Under Jose Mourinho & Could Win The Champions League – Milan’s Clarence Seedorf Oct 15, 2010 / By Goal
Milan’s Clarence Seedorf And Robinho Focused On The Result Against Real Madrid Oct 19, 2010 / By Goal
Clarence Seedorf To Play Full 90 Minutes whenever he is probably the worst player on the field Oct 20, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Meytar Zeevi
Milan Must Forget Real Madrid Loss – Clarence Seedorf Oct 20, 2010 / By Goal

Allegri: “Noi troppo molli” vs. Mou: “Noi troppo veloci” Oct 19, 2010 / By gazzetta.it
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Mou, lezione al Milan Oct 19, 2010 / By gazzetta.it
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Milan sconfitto dal Real Oct 19, 2010 / By gazzetta.it
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Comment-dipunto / 19 ottobre 2010, 22:55 / Seedorf vattene: sono 3 anni che il sig Clarence Seedorf ci regala prestazioni del genere in 9 partite su 10. 3 anni, 3 allenatori ed è sempre titolare, S. Siro lo fischia e tutti i tifosi rossoneri che conosco (io compreso) non vedono l’ora che se ne vada. Poi capita che in una partita fa una magia e allora tutti ad elogiarlo. I giornalisti lo adorano perchè è un grande uomo e un professionista esemplare ma tutti i suoi estimatori devono aprire gli occhi e capire che con lui si gioca in 10 anzi, in 9 se ci metti anche Dinho. So che è facile parlare dopo ma sono straconvinto che con Robinho e Boateng avremmo fatto una figura più dignitosa
[=Seedorf go: are three years that Mr. Clarence Seedorf gives us such a performance in 9 out of 10 matches. 3 years, 3 coaches and still holds, S. Siro whistles and all the Milan fans I know (including myself) can not wait for him to leave. Then it happens in a game that makes a spell and then all to praise him. The journalists love it because it’s a great man and a professional model but all his fans must open their eyes and understand that he played in 10 fact, even if you put in 9 Dinho. I know it’s easy to talk but after that with Robinho straconvinto Boateng and we made a more dignified figure]

(JIWON: I couldn’t trust www.goal.com, so I had to read all Italian comments, then found one interesting comment. Whether or not this one-man show was for Kaka’s safe return, I am now thinking that Coach Allegri will stick to his darling Seedorf no matter what, who will anyway never remember his previous performance. OR… BARBARA BERLUSCONI… time will tell, anyway.

Some ago, I found one very interesting comment, which reports that Seedorf wants to be a coach and this is why… Let’s assume that this is true. If so, isn’t Coach-To-Be Seedorf the best one to know how to decide Allegri’s Starting XI?)

Real Madrid 2-0 Milan: Cristiano Ronaldo On Target As Los Blancos Record Dominant Win Oct 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-asd fasd / 10:25 PM Oct 19, 2010: dinho and pirlo best players from milan. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 4]
Comment-nana wusu ghana / 8:11 PM Oct 19, 2010: please tell barcalona manager to go back for Ronaldihno de Gawucho cuz he is the best player worldwide. / [Agree 6 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: Whose work do you think it is? In previous games, those FOLKS kept posting that THEIR dinho deserved higher wage, and were ready to insult Sir Berlusconi on this issue. I promise that they are not Dinho’s real fans. They can be Dinho’s family members. They can be Inter fans or Berlusconi’s political rivals. In any case, who do you think should investigate the real identity behind this f*cking, hard working? Berlusconi’s Dinho or Ronaldinho’s Silvio?)

Report: Ronaldinho refuses to cut & renew Oct 6, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
Brazil Coach Mano Menezes Confirms Plans To Call Milan’s Ronaldinho Oct 19, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: I am still the one, who is willing to work for “Happy happy Gaucho” and want to see his performance for Brazil coach Menezes. I was afraid that his Milan performance could revert this Bralian decision, and I couldn’t write a thing about our beloved, but tired Dinho until this article appeared. Now, I can open the Pandoera’s box, and I can’t accept Report: Ronaldinho refuses to cut & renew no matter what. All his friends should know that AC-Milan has absolutely NO money. AC-Milan can’t survive “UEFA Financial Fair Play Rules”. Therefore, I was very happy to see “Tired Dinho, who bla-bla-bla”. Time to negociate his wage. 🙂 )

Milan Treated Real Madrid Match Like A Friendly – Massimiliano Allegri Oct 21, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan chief Galliani feared humiliation at Real Madrid Oct 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: May I write something more? Forget about MOUdrid. Do you think Allegri or Seedorf’s aging squad can win “Young Ajax”? There were very intersting Korean comments on this game.)

1. They predicted Madrid’s victory the moment they saw Allegri’s 4-3-3 tactics. It has nothing to do with Allegri’s aging midfield. THEY pointed out that no team dares to use 4-3-3 at Santiago. Even Barca uses 4-4-2 there. THEY just laughed at 4-3-3. I wonder why no one is talking about this.

2.… hard to translate…
Comment-shan****: 오늘 레알 축구가 수비축구냐??? 심지어 레알 공격수 5명대 밀란 수비수 2명이 붙는 진기한 장면이 나왔다. 거의 전원공격에 가까운 잔인한 공격축구였음. 오늘 레알 선수 전원이 공격적으로 압박하고 푸쉬했다. 그 이유는 스피드에서 밀란의 거북이들을 압도할 수 있다는 자신감이 있었기 때문이지. (…) 무리뉴의 공격전술 자체가 역습인데 호날두나 외질이 역습에 최적화 되있는 선수들이기 때문에 잘맞음. / 2010.10.20. 07:37 / IP 175.118.xxx.56
Comment-zozo****: 노인정 밀란 🙂 밀란이 공격올떄 하나도 안겁나더라 어차피 다 막힐테니까 🙂 진짜 ..완전 할배클럽이네 저게 무슨 명문이냐 완전 세리에a ㅅㄺ 🙂 (…) Kaka 가 경기보면서 씁슬했겠다. 🙂 / 2010.10.20. 05:46 / IP 222.232.xxx.94
Comment-ektk****: 밀란은 역습 할때마다 레알 수비에 5명정도는 꼭 들어와있더만 / 2010.10.20. 14:20 / IP 58.227.xxx.64
Comment-gmlg****: 글쎄, 초반에 골을 먹혔다고 해도, 그것을 노련함과 경험으로 극복해내는게 강팀이겠지. 사실상 레알의 완승, 밀란의 완패야, 중원을 장악당했으니, 연결고리가 끊어지고, 호빙요가 들어왔다고해서, 외질이 라스와 교체되서 중원을 강화한것, 요게바로 전술이었지. 사실상 피를로의 프리킥과, 호방요의 슈팅빼고는 밀란은 이렇다할 골찬스를 만들어내지못했어, 시드로프의 삽질도 한몫했지만. / 10.20. 10:42 / IP 175.203.xxx.250
Comment-okok****: 레알은 걍 평범하게 했는대. 솔직히 호날두에게 너무심하게 털렸지. 호날두는 그냥 평상시대로 지 줄대 없으면 그 때서야 겨우 패스주지 걍 슛찬스만 노렸지. / 2010.10.20. 06:12 / IP 211.238.xxx.53 신고하기

(JIWON: I know what the last comment means. MOUdrid didn’t show their typical hard working. Perhaps, CR7 wanted to boast his one-man-show and prove his very best running, running, and running. It looked as if they were enjoying running. For a while, I couldn’t understand why the same CR7’s Galacticos, whose previous performance was too aggressive for me to watch, looked very normal. What do you think will happen at San Siro? There was one more comment to mention Ajax’s young players. They pointed out that those young players were proud of playing against the aging LEGEND, such as Nesta, so much so that their fighting spirit was unbelievable. I worry.

I know this horrible memory will soon become THE PAST, but I still worry. I know LEO’s aging squad 2009 is never same as Allegri’s aging squad 2010, simply because 30yr old physique can mean much power than 31yr old legs. And I promise that my current writing will be to support VICTIM-trio, poor victim Berlusconi, poor victim LEO, and poor victim Allegri. And then, I start to believe that Allegri’s favorite style is very similar to or even identical with Boss Berlusconi’s, simply because of the same Italian blood running in both of them. However… I honestly don’t know how long I will want to support Coach Allegri, if he keeps insisting this kind of sub…)

Inter 4-3 Tottenham: Zanetti, Eto’o And Stankovic Lead Early Blitz As Gareth Bale Blasts Brilliant Hat-Trick In Vain Oct 20, 2010
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Comment-arum****: 다른건 다 떠나서… (…) 어쨌던 TOTTENHAM 굉장하네요… 기복이 좀 심하지만 한번 탄력받으면 엄청난 파괴력… 리그에서도 그런 모습을 보이며 작년에 리그후반에 맨시티, 밥풀, 에버튼, 아스톤빌라 까지 제치고 4위까지 치고 올라갔었죠… 올해도 한번 기대해봅니다… / 2010.10.21. 11:18 / IP 118.137.xxx.26
Comment-jasm****: 역시 TOTTENHAM 🙂 진흙탕싸움은 챔스가서도 하는구낰 🙂 얘네 경기 진짜 재밌지 / 2010.10.21. 14:37 / IP 121.168.xxx.112
Comment-rlad****: 정말 화끈한경기였닼 🙂 TOTTENHAM 극장이란 말이 괜히 나온게 아니네 🙂 거기다 국적테러까지~~ 🙂 TOTTENHAM 경기는 꼭 챙겨봐야지 🙂 / 2010.10.21. 12:53 / IP 116.125.xxx.29

(JIWON: Meanwhile, I was following Inter’s games. In recent days, I was busy at reading all the tiny, tiny Korean comments. From time to time, they were talking about AC-Milan’s past, problems during Ancelotti or LEO’s period. They were also talking about Moggio-poli, the characteristics of Italian football, Inter’s questionable role in Italian football history, and Inter’s on-going Calciopoli. Then, it was interesting to find that…)

1. All those Inter-related games, including former Inter Coach’s Man-City or MOUdrid’s Galacticos’s Spanish games, are boring to watch. Then, this has become one more reason NOT to watch the entire Serie-A games. More interestingly, the recent complaints were from Inter fans. Not surprisingly, Korean comments on “Inter 4-3 Tottenham” was nothing special. I can’t understand what’s going on in Korea. Do Korean soccer fans watch soccer games all day and all night?

2. I happened to find comments mentioning Inter’s manipulating games through referee. Thus, I had to check all Inter, Roma, and Juventus’ previous games. Tired… Weirdest is that the recent comment was from Inter fans pointing out that they don’t have to worry about losing the game. Anyway, I will have to make this part an independent one.

Inter To Open Dialogue With Tottenham At Champions League Clash Over Gareth Bale Move Oct 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-abdi leb / 10:53 AM Oct 19, 2010: Why would Bale go to a boring league like Serie A ? It will be a waste of talent. I hope Spurs will resist all the transfer talks around him… / [Agree 25 : Disagree 17]

(JIWON: Please look. Isn’t this a similar comment? While reading Koreans’ questionable behaviors to watch ALL kinds of soccer games all day and all night, I realized that I was following Bale’s Transfer Saga. Then, I was surprised that their debate ended with AC-Milan.)

Comment-kyh3****: Redknapp이 진짜명장이다. 물론 Bale 이 멀티플레이어긴하지만, Redknapp이 윙어로 기용하면서부터 베일 포텐 개폭발 / 2010.10.22. 11:32 / IP 121.161.xxx.123
Comment-ygh9****: 마틴욜 때 베일 왔는데, 한국 언론에서는 이영표 경쟁자라고 소개했지만 마틴욜은 이영표를 풀백으로 베일을 이영표선수 앞에 미드필더로 기용했습니다. 그러고는 8경기 3골(컵대회 포함)인가 좋은 활약 펼쳤죠.. 근데 부상 당하고 라모스 부임하면서 베일 출장기회 줄고, 좌 에코토 우 심봉다 라인 구축.., 그 후 레드납 취임 이후 간간히 교체로 나옴.. 그전에 베일 선발이면 절대 못이긴다는 징크스 있었죠.. 실제로 그렇더군요.. 그래서 베일 그냥 아직 크려면 멀었구나 했더니 저번시즌 부터 선발 / 10.22. 12:22 / IP 118.221.xxx.67
Comment-clfb****: 에코토가 갑자기 잘해주면서 베일이 윙어로 올라간거임 베일 사실 수비능력은 별로라서 / 10.22. 12:43 / IP 121.151.xxx.233
Comment-vert****: 진짜 모르는애들도 있구나.. 어쨌든 주포지션이 왼쪽풀백이니까 풀백나오다가 4-4-2 떄는 왼쪽 미드필더로 나온다. 4-3-3 일떄는 중미 포지션에서 약간 왼쪽역할을 하듯이 나오긴했어도 3톱에 나온적은 한번도 없다. / 10.21. 14:05 / IP 124.50.xxx.17
Comment-rlac****: Bale은 무리뉴타입이 아님. 무리뉴는 혼자서 골을 결정 지을수 있는 왼쪽수비수를 원합니다. / 10.02. 17:34 / IP 1.176.xxx.62
Comment-emin****: 베일녀석 기고만장하는군. 개테르 따위 10백 안쓰면 만년 16강 탈락 단골팀인데, 본래대로 돌아간것 뿐. 16강전용팀에 헤트트릭한게 뭐 대수라고 ㅉㅉ / 2010.10.22. 10:02 / IP 121.163.xxx.43
Comment-qjaf****: AC-Milan으로 가라. Pato 와 짝을 이룰 최고의 콤비다. Shevchenko 를 연상케한다. 베일에 가려진 기량을 만개할 기회다. 지금이 기회다. / 2010.10.22. 13:24 / IP 59.23.xxx.37

(JIWON: Isn’t that interesting? Weirdly enough, they mentioned no hint of Juventus on this issue, while posting very interesting comments on Bale’s Inter or Bale’s Benitez. Even part of Inter’s English fans didn’t welcome this Transfer. If this information is true, the reason of Inter’s pursuing this Welsh footballer is simply and exactly same as his Former Coach’s Man-City’s project to raise every each player’s price whenever AC-Milan raise their interest. Don’t you think so?)

Milan’s Adriano Galliani Admits He Feared Real Madrid Beating; Excludes Kaka & Gareth Bale Moves Oct 21, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Poor Uncle Fester. Poor Bale… if those Korean comments are really for this Welsh professional.)

(Updated on NOVEMBER 8-9, 2010) – P.S.

Tottenham 3-4 Inter: Zanetti, Eto’o and Stankovic lead early blitz as Gareth Bale blasts brilliant hat-trick in vain Oct 20, 2010 / By Goal
Tottenham 0-2 Manchester United: Controversial Nani goal clinches victory despite Spurs protests Oct 30, 2010 / By Goal
Tottenham 3-1 Inter: Gareth Bale stars again as Van der Vaart, Crouch and Pavlyuchenko seal historic victory Nov 2, 2010 / By Goal
Tottenham Hotspur 2-4 Bolton Wanderers: Spurs crash back down to earth after epic Reebok encounter Nov 7, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: In recent days, Tottenham’s performance schedule was a real issue among the Korean fans, because they were curious how Korean EPL could beat Gareth Bale. I was following their curiosity, because Korean comment section started to warn about the inflated price of this footballer, even though they all agree about his terrific improvement. While following their debate, I became curious if it was only Inter’s tactics that failed to block Bale’s speedy performance, or it could be any Italian football style that can never beat something Bale. To my real surprise, they started to talk about which performer is more suitable to Serie-A style.)

Chung-Yong Lee @ Bolton 4-2 Tottenham Nov 7, 2010 / By bigsoccer.com
Comment-1: Sick! Chung-Yong Lee with a Marseilles Roulette in the corner! Then a cross that Petrov volleys wide of net.
Comment-2: I only saw the second half and he did well today. He was involved in many of the good chances in the second half. I wish he would try to run a bit more with the ball at his feet. He’s a little bit too unselfish sometimes.

Generazione di Fenomeni – Chung Yong Lee, un altro pezzo di Corea in Premier League Nov 7, 2010 / By Goal-Italy
(…) Di sicuro, dovrebbe migliorare la sua attitudine al gol, ma il tempo è dalla sua. Potrebbe essere un ottimo investimento per le squadre italiane, ma la sua costante crescita farà schizzare alle stelle il prezzo del cartellino. Se aggiungiamo il fatto che le nuove norme in Italia, non permettono l’arrivo di più di un extracomunitario, sarà molto difficile vederlo scorrazzare sulle corsie laterali nei nostri campi. (…)
[=Of course, should improve his ability to score, but time is on his side. It could be a good investment for Italian teams, but its growth will be constant rocketing of the price tag. If we add the fact that the new rules in Italy, do not allow the arrival of more than an immigrant, will be very difficult to see him run around on the side aisles in our fields.]

(JIWON: I was not supposed to mention this specific name… until I found this Italian article. Yeah… this guy is the one. I just wanted to point out how Ronaldinho’s Marseilles Roulette was honored by the Korean comment section. There was a lecture about this football technique. 🙂 I became curious, too, about why I’ve never heard of this word from AC-Milan’s “Happy Happy Gaucho.” To boast this technique, Ronaldinho doesn’t have to run. He just need a beautiful NUDE to resume this fabulous technique. Right? 🙂

What is more comical is that while Korean fanatic fans wanted to see this Korean player improve more and blossom his full talent at Serie-A, “No, Thanks!!!” was from the Korean kids after Generazione di Fenomeni – Chung Yong Lee, un altro pezzo di Corea in Premier League. They still remember WC-2002’s dirty soccer, Moggiopoli-2006, and Calciopoli-2010. They all worry that their favorite Korean star will ruin his professional career in Italian league. Weirdly enough, I couldn’t help laughing the moment I checked their furious answer, “No, Thanks!!!”. I don’t know why. 🙂 )

Is it time for a change of system? Nov 2, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Milanista says: @Pasha. Japanese-X is good, but there are a lot of other cheaper and/or better alternatives out there or somebody that is more fit for Milan. If you’re searching for a Japanese player, I think Japanese-Y fits Milan a lot better. (…)

(JIWON: To be fair…
If you want to hunt for Japanese talents, you should ignore the Japanese media, which is famously politically manipulated… in order to advertise their Japanese products in the international market. You’d better check the Korean comment section, according to which Japanese Cassano is ready to shut up after the birth of another nova. 🙂 While Korean Cassano is still not allowed to join the national team. 🙂 Anyways, both “Korean Chung-Yong Lee from EPL” and “Japanese Shinji Kagawa from Bundesliga” flopped during the recent WAR, “Korea 0-0 Japan”. Since it was played at the Korean stadium, it was virtually a victory for the Japanese team. You never know how furious Korean fans reacted against the current Korean coach’s ambitious plan to make his team master Spanish technique. 🙂 Because Koreans are born “Never-Imitate-Spanish-Style” 🙂 Then, utterly humiliated Chung-Yong Lee returned to EPL and made his very first goal the same day when Robinho made his very first goal at AC-Milan. 🙂
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Bolton Wanderers 4-2 Tottenham Hotspur: Spurs crash back down to earth after epic Reebok encounter Nov 7, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: What surprised me, however, was neither Korean debate on Inter’s Bale nor their advise on Milan’s Blue-Dragon(=Chung-Young). They pointed out how miserable Tottenham’s Brazilian player had been. What hooked me was their description of this Brazilian flopping, which exactly echoed Binho’s flopping in his early days and Duckling’s recent flopping at AC-Milan.

Dear Brazilian babies…
Could you please, please stop “dribbling and being cut by opponents and losing the ball”? Could you please, please pass the ball to your teammates? Please? 🙂 )

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SA-07 Milan 3-1 Chievo: Ibra Sacrifices His Ego Helping The Duck To Become Swan. Dinho’s New Role & Binho’s First Goal, Finally. Concerns Abound Despite Win, However…

Oct 16, 2010 5:00 PM BST Serie A-07 Milan 3-1 Chievo
♥PREPARATION♥

Milan Vice-President Galliani: Gattuso Did Not Insult Leonardo Oct 4, 2010 / By Goal
Italy Coach Prandelli Explains Why He Recalled Milan Defender Zambrotta Oct 4, 2010 / By Goal
Gianluca Zambrotta Targets Italy Century Oct 5, 2010 / By Goal

Brazil Coach Mano Menezes: Robinho Is A Role Model For Young Players Oct 13, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho Will Not Leave Milan – Robinho Oct 14, 2010 / By Goal
Robinho ‘found happiness’ at Milan Oct 14, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
“I have found the same happiness and the same desire to propose a spectacular [brand of] football as there was at Santos. A Brazilian in Milan can’t really suffer from nostalgia.” (…) Asked to give his first impressions of the Milan boss, the former Real Madrid man said: “He is helping me to understand Milan and Italian football. It’s clear that it will not be easy to see a team with four attackers on the pitch. It’s a question of balance. But our Coach always makes us feel like regulars, like we’re all important. I assure you that I would never protest against a Sunday spent on the bench.”

Report: Ronaldinho refuses to cut & renew Oct 6, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
Report: Brazil coach Menezes phoned “Happy happy Gaucho”… to offer an opportunity to FIGHT FOR BRAZIL JERSEY Oct 14, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
Milan Ace Ronaldinho: Silvio Berlusconi Said I Can Stay As Long As I Want Oct 15, 2010 / By Goal
Allegri spies crucial few weeks for AC Milan Oct 12, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “Unfortunately, we seldom all work together. But the game against Parma left us with good indications.” When asked about his first impressions of Ronaldinho as a trequartista, Allegri said: “He was happy and I was too. It was fun and then again he has all the qualities to play in that position. He can play everywhere.”

Alexandre Pato Promises Good Form Will Continue At Milan Oct 14, 2010 / By Goal
(…) BLA 🙂 BLA 🙂 BLA 🙂 (…)

♥OUTCOME♥

AC Milan 3-1 Chievo: Pato Brings The Flying Donkeys Back Down To Earth Oct 16, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Pato
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Pato

Milan 3 – 1 Chievo Oct 16, 2010 / By rossoneriblog, Hefin Davies
Best Moment: Robinho sealing the win with his first goal

Ronaldinho enjoyed new attacking role in AC Milan win Oct 17, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Ronaldinho was delighted with his attacking role in AC Milan’s victory over Chievo Verona. The Brazilian has struggled to find consistency at San Siro, but Coach Massimiliano Allegri has given him the trequartista role. “I am extremely pleased to be playing behind the strikers again and my teammates are really helping me out, so I thank them,” he said after the 3-1 win over Chievo. “Many years ago I used to play in this role, so being back there is a great pleasure. Playing wide on the left is also enjoyable, it’s not a problem for me. The important thing is that I help out the team.” Many have criticised Ronaldinho for his work rate, but he has only one response. “I answer my critics on the field. I just try to do my best for the team.”

Ibrahimovic: I am more team player at AC Milan Oct 19, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Ibrahimovic said: “I am now looking to work a lot for the team. At the start of your career you want to get yourself recognised and you are more individualist, then you understand that the group is more important than the individual and that you can only go far with the team. When my teammates are happy, I am happy too. Because when I join a team I kill myself for my teammates. If they win, I win too.”

Pato delighted to be again amongst goals for AC Milan Oct 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Pato bagged a brace in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Chievo, playing in a 4-3-1-2 formation. (…) Zlatan Ibrahimovic was alongside Pato and provided both assists, while Ronaldinho supported them in a trequartista role. “I am happy in my position, as with Brazil I also play as a centre-forward. The rapport with Ibra is good, but the Coach makes the decisions and whoever we are partnered with must work for the team. Zlatan gave me two great assists and I thank him for that. Now we have the Champions League against Real Madrid, where we’ve got to put in a classy performance.”

(JIWON: Congratulation! Especially Binho’s very first goal. When I checked this moment, I couldn’t help laughing. Well, I never mean to hurt his ego, but it just looks as if one cute baby is scampering. Cleary, he needs to build some more muscles. In Italian way, of course. I promise that this improvement will also help him to bring a victory for his Brazilian team. However, there was something still missing… according to Korean comments. Not from AC-Milan but from Chievo fans.)

AC Milan boss Allegri satisfied with victory over Chievo Oct 17, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
“In the first half it was an excellent performance, while after the break we were a little less determined,” said Allegri. “Only in the final minutes did we step the pressure back up and we earned the result.

(JIWON: Hum… It is similar, but still…)

AC Milan 3, Chievo 1: Concerns Abound Despite Win Oct 17, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) however, the defence cannot be solely blamed for this. It is the job of the midfielders, including Ronaldinho, to also help in out in defence but this did not occur. The reason for this is firstly, laziness. The second reason, as the match wore on, is the lack of physical ability in the team. The team, in both midfield and defence, is just far too old and it showed greatly against Chievo. (…)

Real Madrid vs. Milan: A Nervy Encounter Awaits the Rossoneri Oct 18, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) At the moment, bar a few exceptions, Milan seems to have two types of players. Those that could not be bothered to run for the full ninety minutes and those that due to their age simply cannot run for a full ninety minutes. (…)

AC Milan 3-1 Chievo: Pato Brings The Flying Donkeys Back Down To Earth Oct 16, 2010 / By Goal
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(JIWON: Yeah… right. That’s exactly how Chievo’s Korean fans cheered. I don’t know what makes them to support this Italian team, but whenever I checked AC-Milan’s games, there were always those who supported the opposite side. And then, those Chievo fans were making real comical comments. I’m afraid that they might not post anything if they find this place. So, I decide not to post their comical comments. They were enthusiastic, pointing out that Chievo used to be better during the second half, and enjoyed watching Milan’s aging squad having a REAL hard time. I wonder why I can’t find the same comment from AC Milan 3-1 Chievo: Pato Brings The Flying Donkeys Back Down To Earth.)

♥AS FOR IBR’S BAD TACKLE♥

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