PROFESSOR-06: What Means Family Atmosphere Or Professional Morale At AC-Milan? No Matter What, Professor’s Determined Never To Accept “Spoilt Brats,” Who’re Determined To Abuse MilanLab!!!

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > Rossoneri 2010-2011: Flop4
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PROFESSOR-06: Something Fundamental!

PART-1: Prelude: What Means Team Morale? What Means Family Atmosphere At AC-Milan? What Means Professional Morale? No Matter What, Professor’s Determined Never To Accept “Spoilt Brats,” Who’re Determined To Abuse MilanLab!!!
PART-2: They Say Milan Players Are Totally Spoilt. Is SLOWdorf The One?
PART-3: They Say Milan Players Will Be Totally Spoilt. Will Rookie-Actor Be The One?
PART-4: What If Evergreen Super Pippo Were The Best Example Of Milan Lab? How Many Milan Youths Will Be Able To Master “School of Finishing”?
PART-5: Simply-Bulldog! A Typical Example Of Italian Hot Stuff. How Many Milan Youths Shall Want To Follow In The Footsteps Of Gennaro Ivan “Rino” Gattuso?
PART-6: Pato’s Capricious Physique. Duck Is Not Spoilt. He Just Wants To Fly Across The Universe. How Long Will It Take For The Cuttest Duckling To Grow Up To Be A Giant Swan?
PART-7: What Means Team Morale? What Means Family Atmosphere? What Really Means Professional Morale At AC-Milan?
PART-8: From Dinho To Binho. When They Hate Samba’s “Tricks and Flicks”.
PART-9: When Milan Players Are Born With “Delicate Feet”. Whether Samba Or Not…
PART-10: When “Delicate Feet” Are More Risk Of Injuries. Whether Samba Or Not…

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🙂 PROFESSOR-05: Watch Out! Was Moggiopoli-2006 About Money? Was Calciopoli-2009 About Scudetto? Inter’s Calciopoli-2010 Has Just Started! (Oct 16, 2010 – ???)

🙂 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”. (Oct 16 – Nov 3, 2010)
PROFESSOR-04: Importance Of Midfield At Berlusconi, Ancelotti, Leonardo, Allegri, and Ronaldinho’s AC-Milan.

🙂 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)
PROFESSOR-03: LET’S BIRTHDAY PARTY! “ALTOGETHER NOW. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!” HOWEVER… they all had to sing… “HAPPY BIRTHDAY! SIR BERLUSCONI (Sep 29, 1936)!!!” 🙂
PROFESSOR-02: Please, Performers Are Not Machine. “Affection” Rather Than “Criticism”, “Hearful Training Regardless Of Its Strictness” Is What AC-Milan’s Newbie Binho Wants To Receive At His New Foreign Home. At Least, Rossoneri Have 6 Months Until Troublemaker Binho Resumes His Kind Of F*cking Behavior. It Can Be A Profitable Business, Anyway.

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

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PART-1: Prelude: What Means Team Morale? What Means Family Atmosphere At AC-Milan? What Means Professional Morale? No Matter What, Professor’s Determined Never To Accept “Spoilt Brats,” Who’re Determined To Abuse MilanLab!!!

(Updated on NOVEMBER 17, 2010)

(JIWON: Which article should I pick up to start, since this part also has no answer, just like PROFESSOR-07: Is Ibracadabra A Fantasista or…?.)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: I Will End My Career At Milan Nov 16, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Peter Sweden / 2:58 AM Nov 17, 2010: “I have a contract with Milan and right now i feel like this will be my last 4 years, but you never no what will happen”, is what he really said. Goal.com, please show some integrity and stop making things up. / 34 : 2
Comment-forzamilan76 thailand / 9:30 AM Nov 17, 2010: Finally, we have found a replacement for Sheva even though it should be Pato. He is very talented and can score 20+ goals a season but is always injured. So I think Zlatan would be the one who can replace Sheva even though it’s just 3-4 years. Anyway, I hope that he end his career at Milan. Forza Rossoneri!! Forza Zlatan!! / 11 : 0
Comment-Forza Milan / 9:45 AM Nov 17, 2010: Ibra has NEVER said “this will be my last club” before. He has said like any other player that anything can happen so I now know Milan will be Ibras last club. Feel sad when I think about him not playing football any more 😦 but im happy hes Milanista to the end!!!!!! Forza Ibra / 6 : 0
Comment-michele milano / 1:38 AM Nov 17, 2010: i don’t believe it yet.. but i must say, there’s something about milan.. players just tend to love it. and once you’re a milanista, you’re always a milanista above all else.. just look at kaka, he’s still milan above all. actually look at almost every milan player even if they left, they are still all pretty much milan fans… its a special family. the best. / 37 : 3

Comment-Arben Kiev / 8:34 AM Nov 17, 2010: Next season Berlusconi will cut his wages in half and after two years he leaves for City probably…this guy is money hungry….he is no faithful to any club….he cares only for himself / 7 : 15

(JIWON: Should I start with this article? Let’s put aside this wage issue… tired.)

AC Milan chief Galliani insists morale good inside locker room Nov 10, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani is confident morale is strong inside the locker room. Galliani played down speculation that there could be discontent at Milan if stars like Ronaldinho continue to be left out. “The other day we had four champions on the bench, but the players who play in a big club know that while there are advantages because you can win a lot, there are also disadvantages because there are many great players and the competition is strong.” When asked to reveal whether Ronaldinho is upset, he said: “A few days ago I saw a sad Mario Yepes and I said to him: ‘Mario, don’t worry, what hasn’t happened can happen in a minute’. It just so happened that soon afterwards he played an entire game.”

(JIWON: Or… Should I start with this article?)

Milan 1 – 2 Juventus Oct 30, 2010 / By rossoneriblog (NO-Dinho)
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Comment-Ronnie2009 says: Yes Giving the coach and the team enough time is all that we can do, having said that I expect even the team to keep improving their performance and the coach to try new players and come up with good strategy’s & gameplan. Please stop with linking strikers and forwards to Milan. We have players BUT we haven’t tried them, only the failed ones keep on coming back. All the great coaches made mistakes because they were in a team building mode, THE PROBLEM HERE IS BERLUSCONI BOUGHT STARS THIS SEASON IN ORDER TO WIN SOMETHING THATS WHY THE HASTE. Yes We all like to see Milan win, don’t we prefer to see them play some sensible wonderful football. Now we all know a coach can’t do much in one season, that too with dead meat aplenty. Its high time only players aged 24 should be playing for Milan, so five good yrs for the coach and well matured players at 29, winning will come to Milan automatically.

Milan 1 – 2 Juventus Oct 30, 2010 / By rossoneriblog (NO-Dinho)
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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… & buy only italians… as like its history…

(JIWON: Should I start with this controversial theory of Ronaldinho’s die-hard fan? I didn’t know that this guy regarded “Ibra & Binho” as STARS. 🙂 Clearly, when 2008’s Berlusconi bought 2008’s Dinho, it was when Politician Berlusconi bought a STAR in order to win something. It was just days ago that this computer work found out what an easy job it was for Mr. Moratti’s Spanish Partners to mock Inter’s Italian Rival and how to set up the inflated price during this political deal. Clearly, when 2010’s Berlusconi bought 2010’s “Ibra & Binho”, it was when only the failed one came back. Anyway, when is “Ronnie-2009” going to resume his posting job with his typical sharp, intelligent comment in his usual black-&-white viewpoint? 🙂 )

Inside AC’s MilanLab Oct 17, 2010 / By au.fourfourtwo.com (This article appeared in the May, 2010 issue of FourFourTwo magazine.)
(…) Meersseman believes MilanLab’s success rests with the holistic approach the team’s medics take to treating players. … Contrary to the ‘too many chefs’ philosophy, Milan’s belief is that the more medical opinions you have access to, the better. (…) Milan’s players certainly seem to feel that they’re in some of the most capable medical hands in football. Gennaro Gattuso says the MilanLab is so good that players from other teams come to have treatment there, while X – a former Milan player – says the players are “totally spoilt”. (…)

(JIWON: Or… Why don’t we start with this article?)

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PART-2: They Say Milan Players Are Totally Spoilt. Is SLOWdorf The One?

(Updated on NOVEMBER 17, 2010)

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-SLOWdorf♥

Inside AC’s MilanLab Oct 17, 2010 / By au.fourfourtwo.com (This article appeared in the May, 2010 issue of FourFourTwo magazine.)
(…) The players certainly seem to like the results. “It is unique,” believes Clarence Seedorf. “The philosophy here is that you are training to prevent injuries. When you are 30, some people think it is the end of your career, but there should be a change of mind because that is not based on facts. I’m getting fitter and better every year.” (…)

Milan 1-2 Juventus: Resurgent Bianconeri Announce Title Ambitions With Hard-Fought Win Oct 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milano Italy / 11:25 PM Oct 30, 2010: PLEASE get rid of Seedorf! Milan should have sold him after the end of 2006/2007 season. He did absolutely nothing after that season! / 0 : 0

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]

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. … 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: (…) 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 Dinho etc always. anyways goodluck to the team

A.S. Bari-AC Milan: Probable formations Nov 6, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-TWF says: please don’t ask Seedorf to play. he cannot run well because he carries heavy butts at this moment. 🙂

Bari 2-3 Milan: Substitute Pato Fires The Rossoneri To Victory Nov 7, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Rosso neri / 7:41 PM Nov 7, 2010: (…) and Seedorf is a mystery to me, one game he is superb to be a disaster in the next.. BUT we must not forget that Bari is a weak team so we still are far below the “Milan level”.. / 10 : 0

Inter 0-1 Milan Nov 14, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Zvone09 says: (…) Seedorf and Ibra were the best players tonight, and I m especially happy for Clarence, cuz that person is really something special. Mega professional work hard in every practice and in every game, and showing himself as a role-model for young players (Merkel in the first place, whom I see as his successor). (…)

(JIWON: Currently… I’m having a real hard time to pick up the right information about this guy… not because of b-a-r-b-a-r-a-b-e-r-l-u-s-c-o-n-i… but because I just saw his fatty belly during… 😦 This horrible image is still haunting me… sorry. 🙂 Meanwhile, I figured out how to track back old articles in Korean football sites. Though I found quite a lot, I am too tired to read them. I just realize that… at least… I need to check the happenings during Ancelotti’s last years as well as Leo’s hot days.)

1. Now, I think Beckham was not a pure stuff of Berlusconi’s political campaign. Despite my poor knowledge, I seem to understand Berlusconi’s reason. I may be wrong, of course, but it seems to be like killing two birds with one stone. More interesting is that Korean comment section about Beckham’s Milan was quite different from Italian media’s analysis. There must be some reason.

2. Not only Dinho’s arrival in Ancelotti’s Milan, but also Pilro’s possible departure for Ancelotti’s Chelsea was quite an issue. You know why.

3. I wanted to check all the comical happenings at AC-Milan since Dinho’s arrival, but too tired. There was one very interesting Korean comment reporting that Legend Seedorf was brave enough to admonish Lazy Brat Dinho for missing training sessions. 🙂

4. However… the next thing I found was that the Korean comment section was so sick of SLOWdorf’s inconsistent performance that they couldn’t understand how he made a re-contract. It was exactly same as what I found from the Italian and English sites.

5. His supporters say that Legend Seedorf is highly intelligent, and that, unlike Lazy Brat Dinho, his work-rate is higher during the entire game. Yet the result has been SLOWdorf’s inconsistent performance. What does it mean? Is it simply due to his age, which is over retirement? There could be at least two reasons, and I feel no need to write them down. I prefer to believe that this guy is too sensitive to control his everything, including his frustrated/furious mind and aging body.

Parma 0 – 1 Milan Oct 3, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Zvone09 says: It s so nice to see all these guys writing their opinions, it would be really great to see us all together in one of the match. Last season I was at Inter-Milan(2-0) with my brother nerazzuro, and I was standing there alone surrounded by 2000 Inter fans, supporting my team al the time, and by that I mean don t give a fuck for 2000 scumbags! (except my bro)

(JIWON: Weird is that, in the previous games, there was one difference between Korean comment section and RossoneriBlog. It was about SLOWdorf. This commentator called “Zvone09” appeared out of nowhere in praise of “Trequartista SLOWdorf” and kept criticizing Actor-Boateng in such a harsh word that I had to check ALL the match-sites of RossoneriBlog… again… tired. 😦 He was a real Rossonero. 🙂

In sum,
I have absolutely no business with Legend Seedorf’s past history. I am only interested in SLOWdorf’s future performance. And I am very much concerned that he looks like working real hard… to please this computer work… by only losing all those fats. When can I see enough, properly built, strong, healthy, and naturally beautiful muscles all over his mega-professionalism? That’s my only concern.

I have to pinpoint this name, because I started to worry that IbraFLOPovic might want to follow in the footsteps of SLOWdorf. Ibracadabra was looking skinnier and skinnier, as if he was adapting himself very fast to the wrong side of MilanLab or abusing its system. I think this is why his passing or kicking-the-ball is sometimes going “to no-one down the line”. 🙂 I prefer to believe that he was just exhausted to the core.)

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PART-3: They Say Milan Players Will Be Totally Spoilt. Will Rookie-Actor Be The One?

(Updated on NOVEMBER 17, 2010)

♥AS FOR ROOKIE-ACTOR♥

Milan 1 – 2 Juventus Oct 30, 2010 / By rossoneriblog (NO-Dinho)
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Comment-Zvone09 says: oohhhh I m so pissseeedd offff!!!! Abate you should be ashamed of yourself my son, you don t deserve to play in this team, cuz simply you don t have balls. You look ridiculous you play ridiculous. … And Boateng, you are special story my friend, the most important thing for you is how is your haircut going to look every game and which color will your football boots going to be. You are fucking actor that’s what you are, and I would rather look at Seedorf playing 90min than this Hollywood star. There is no discipline in our squad, that is most important thing off all.

(JIWON: While searching for interesting comments on SLOWdorf’s inconsistent performance in ALL the match-sites of RossoneriBlog, I finally found out which-boateng pissed this real Rossoneri off game to game and why he called this Newbie an F***ing-Actor. 🙂 We’ll see. It took couple of weeks for him to change his opinion about Abate. How long will it take in case of Actor-Newbie? By the way, this is not what appeared in Korean comment section. Their opinion was purely about his technical side.

Well… I basically wanted to mention another specific name in this place, but decide not to… after reading his Milan-resume and recent injury-history. I find that the Korean comment section is very similar to RossoneriBlog on the issue of Goalkeeper. They are very unhappy. They point out that a qualified Goalkeeper plays more important role in Italian football, especially Catenaccio, than in any other leagues, because its role is to spearhead the entire defensive line.)

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PART-4: What If Evergreen Super Pippo Were The Best Example Of Milan Lab? How Many Milan Youths Will Be Able To Master “School of Finishing”?

(Updated on NOVEMBER 19, 2010)

♥AS FOR FROM EVERGREEN SUPER TO POOR PIPPO, who might ascend to heaven♥

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🙂 Round 7-9: 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” (Oct 16 – Nov 3, 2010)
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!!!

(JIWON: Then, Pippo went on another adventure. Anyway, life is one big adventure for everyone. So does Evergreen Super Pippo, who was born offside and loves adventure. 🙂 )

The rich and famous caught up in tsunami terror Dec 29, 2004 / By chinadaily.com
Rich and poor alike were swept up by Asia’s killer tsunami, with a supermodel, multi-millionare football players, royalty and movie stars among those running for their lives. (…) A number of Italian football players were also holidaying in the Maldives when the full force of the tidal wave hit, Gazzetta dello Sport reported. Among them were AC Milan’s Paolo Maldini, Alessandro Nesta, Filippo Inzaghi and Cristian Brocchi, and Juventus defender Gianluca Zambrotta. The newspaper’s website said they were safe. (…)

Milan 2-2 Real Madrid: Pedro Leon’s Dramatic Injury-Time Equaliser Earns Point For Los Blancos Nov 3, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic: I Prefer Playing With Filippo Inzaghi, Not The Brazilians Nov 5, 2010 / By Goal

Bari 2-3 Milan: Substitute Pato Fires The Rossoneri To Victory Nov 7, 2010 / By Goal
SA-10 Bari 2-3 Milan: Forza Midfield! Allegri’s Formation Works. SLOWdorf Struggles But Offers 2 Professional Goals To “Ambro & Duckling”. Flamini’s Goal Thanks Ibra, Who Is Still Learning When To Be More/Less Selfish. Binho Plays With Passion And Flops, Seeking An Emergent Lesson From Super-Pippo. Defender-Bulldog Picks Up A Cheap Yellow-Card After Enthusiastically Celebrating Ambro’s Goal.

AC Milan chief Galliani: Inzaghi can go into his 40s Nov 6, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Juventus captain Del Piero tribute to AC Milan golden oldie Inzaghi Nov 6, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Galliani says AC Milan hero Inzaghi will get new deal Nov 8, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Milan’s Inzaghi May Be Forced To Leave For Regular Football Nov 9, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho & Inzaghi Will Not Leave Milan In January – Adriano Galliani Nov 9, 2010 / By Goal
Inzaghi warns he could quit AC Milan in January Nov 11, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “My future? I want to be still important. I have received two offers and I am glad that someone is still looking for me. I don’t want to be employed only in moments of despair, but let us see in two months. I have an incredible affection for Milan but I still really want to play and I feel good.” Vice-president Adriano Galliani has made it clear that he has no intention of letting Inzaghi leave. “I have already told Pippo: ‘You have been after a contract renewal for a year and now there is no chance that I am letting you leave’. He will stay with us,” Galliani revealed. “At great teams even champions have to stay on the bench. Coach (Massimiliano) Allegri trains them all week and knows which players are in the best shape.”

Milan 3-1 Palermo: Ibrahimovic Penalty Helps Rossoneri To Serie A Summit Nov 10, 2010 / By Goal
SA-11 Milan 3-1 Palermo: Forza Ambro’s Midfield. Forza Silva’s Defense. Trequartista SLOWdorf Helps Duckling To Score. With Ambro’s Help, Ibra’s PK Breaks The Jinx And Leads To Binho’s Goal. Altogether, Rossoneri Celebrate Abate’s 24th Birthday But Mourn Injuries Of “Duckling & Pippo”. Pippo Might Ascend To Heaven.

Milan Striker Filippo Inzaghi’s Season Could Be Over; Alexandre Pato Out Of Derby Against Inter – Report Nov 11, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Striker Filippo Inzaghi Suffers Season-Ending Injury Nov 11, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Striker Filippo Inzaghi Vows Not To Give Up Despite Season-Ending Injury Nov 12, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan veteran Inzaghi out for season: I will be back Nov 11, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “Life and football are like this. … A minute after that you are looking around you. What I saw around me was all of you. Thank you. I have been moved by all of you, the club, the Coach, my teammates and fans. I look to you and in turn you embrace me.” (…)

AC Milan boss Allegri dedicates derby win to Pato, Inzaghi Nov 14, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan veteran Inzaghi using fans support to boost him during knee rehab Nov 14, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) The Milan striker is out for the next six months after damaging knee ligaments and, at the age of 37, it remains to be seen if he can fully recover to continue his playing career. (…)

(JIWON: To be honest, I’ve never expected Super Pippo’s MOUdrid adventure at San Siro, because Korean comment section was very disappointed at Inzaghi’s poor form during his previous game at Santiago. But still, Inzaghi was among those whose further contract they would want to see because his performance didn’t require superior physique. But still, I was very much unhappy with MilanLab’s Pippo. Therefore, I really wanted to say something when Inzaghi warns he could quit AC Milan in January (Nov 11, 2010), but couldn’t. Everyone knows why. I still don’t think I can use this opportunity to advise him something. I just wish him a good luck. Let’s just pray. 🙂 )

Galliani sees Ibrahimovic as long-term AC Milan player Nov 17, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “Ibra strongly wanted Milan. I think we will almost certainly be his last club and hope to keep him playing past the age of 33,” said Galliani. (…)

(JIWON: I have to mention this specific case… because I think Ibracadabra was born with a very unique physical merit and could follow in the footsteps of “Evergreen Super Pippo” if he masters “School of Finishing,” especially Pippo’s Offside Tricks. 🙂 )

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PART-5: Simply-Bulldog! A Typical Example Of Italian Hot Stuff. How Many Milan Youths Shall Want To Follow In The Footsteps Of Gennaro Ivan “Rino” Gattuso?

(Updated on NOVEMBER 19, 2010)

♥AS FOR SIMPLY-BULLDOG 🙂 ♥

A.S. Bari 2 – 3 Milan Nov 7, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
(…) Unfortunately, Gattuso picked up a cheap yellow card, and will now miss the mid-week game against Palermo. (…)

Inter 0-1 Milan: Derby Delight For Rossoneri As Ibrahimovic Spot-kick Secures Victory Nov 14, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-david sweden / 10:57 PM Nov 14, 2010: Gattuso 5.5? What game did you watch? He was incredibly fired up and was, without doubt, the best player of the first half! / 3 : 0
Comment-Gattuso off NOW / 8:26 PM Nov 14, 2010: OMG GET GATTUSO OFF NOW!!!! He almost got his 2nd yellow…it’ll be too late soon / 44 : 1

(JIWON: This section, from “Bari 2-3 Milan” to “Inter Milan 0-1 Milan” is full of Calabrian Bulldog’s hot stories. 🙂 And I want to repeat what I wrote during “Bari 2-3 Milan”.

I don’t know why only Korean fans were quick to point out Bulldog’s New Position and had a fun when he enthusiastically celebrated Ambro’s goal. Is it because of his Korean nickname, GatZuKso, which literally means a bulldog? I think this is one reason why hot-blooded Gattuso picked up a cheap yellow card at the end of this game. Now that he will enjoy couple of free days, why doesn’t Calabrian Bulldog check his NUDE? It doesn’t matter if this daily check-up should take place in front of mirror or with Monica or with VIPs-or-FISH at “Gattuso & Bianchi”. 🙂

I find that whenever he loses a hint of his attractive NUDE, people start to call Gattuso’s performance “ITALIANATE DIRTY/UGLY”, while Calabrian Bulldog’s perfect performance itself knocks out everybody, even his haters… aka CR7. On the pitch, he can’t not be a Calabrian Bulldog if he doesn’t follow his instinct. This is why people praise that Gattuso play with his heart and advise “Pato The Duckling” to learn from his mentor. Cheers!

I have to repeat this because… Gattuso is nothing but a typical Italian bulldog. How many Italian Hot Youngsters shall want to follow in the footsteps of Gennaro Ivan “Rino” Gattuso? Ignazio Abate is simply one of them. I still believe. If Serie-A can’t offer Italian Hot Youngsters their favorite job, what is the reason for being the Italian league? Should I write more?)

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PART-6: Pato’s Capricious Physique. Duck Is Not Spoilt. He Just Wants To Fly Across The Universe. How Long Will It Take For The Cuttest Duckling To Grow Up To Be A Giant Swan?

(Updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2010)

♥AS FOR DUCKLING ♥

The Red & Black Forums: Do you think the Milan management visits this site? Since Sep 1, 2010 / By acmilan-online.com
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Comment-Raghav-India / 01-09-2010, 10:08: Just a random thought i had yesterday. … Binho … I honestly think that the Milan management pay regular visits to these forums to know how the fans think of the club, the clubs needs, the players etc etc.. (…)
Comment-Shootster-Canada / 16-11-2010, 18:29: I’m sure the management does. As for the players for the sake of their health and mental stability I sincerely hope and pray they dont read what we write about them in these forums. 🙂

(JIWON: Do they know that this place was the very first forum, in which I tried to find the right information about “Pato-the-Duckling vs. Pato-the-Swan”? True that its format was very similar to that of Barca-Forum… but… I was so struck speechless by the amount of their comments on each thread that I had to give up. I can’t read all these and those chats for hours and hours before picking up something important. Too tired…)

The Red & Black Forums: Milan Lab: Is it a Crock? Since Feb 19, 2008 / By acmilan-online.com
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Comment-CountVlad-Unkown / 20-02-2008, 13:49: Like people have already said, its the teams age that is the problem, not the Lab. Ronaldo’s problem is that he doesn’t take care of himself off the field and especially when you hit your early 30’s injuries are very hard to shake off if live a playboy/unhealthy lifestyle. Plus because of the severity of his previous injuries it has taken its toll on his body. (…)
Comment-Marcus-Respubliko Makedonio / 20-02-2008, 13:49: Very good article. However I have two questions. (…) 2. I remember Seedorf being a lot faster than he is now, and having a lot more stamina. If it’s true that he has developed some muscles to perfection, how come he has such a decline in pure physical ability?
Comment-jasiom-London / 01-04-2008, 07:38: (…) when the line of Ambrosini, Pirlo, Gattuso are not in top form, we lose, simple. (…)
Comment-Lisa-USA / 01-04-2008, 07:38: Not saying they’re related … Dr. Massimiliano Sala’s resigned as club doctor and Dr. Massimo Manara has taken over. (…)
Comment-samir10-Bosnia / 20-01-2010, 23:55: considering ronaldo’s problems some time ago and now pato flying to brazil for some medical treatment i say yes. (…milan lab should be more transparent…)
Comment-milanista1899-Unkown / 17-03-2010, 12:04: (…) Nesta revealed that the initial damage to his knee was done in the penultimate game he featured in. Yet Milan Lab cleared him to play again three days later and to visit Manchester before eventually wrecking it completely in training. Kaka had already highlighted problems with the Rossoneri’s fitness staff last season, as he made more progress in five days in Brazil than in several weeks at Milanello. I wouldn’t mind so much, after all it’s no worse than the Juventus injury record, if it weren’t for the bragging about this state of the art technology.
Comment-mumbojumbo20-Unkown / 21-10-2010, 15:33: (…) This is Seedorf’s argument to be in the starting line up…. “I’m getting fitter and better every year.” because of MilanLab….. B&S hear this and love this……. Jean-Pierre Meersseman hears this and loves it even more……. Allergi hears this and becomes convinced and confident of Seedorf….. well let’s make everybody happy…. let’s play seedorf every game…. let MilanLab does the magic…. /// after one game: seedorf plays beautifully…….. everyone from B&G, Jean-Pierre Meersseman, and Allergi say see we’ve told you experienced seedorf is a non-transferrable, reborn, and indispensable player. /// 2nd game: seedorf just walks around.. milan loses/draws…… everyone everyone from B&G, Jean-Pierre Meersseman, and Allergi say argh he is just having a off day… he’ll do fine.. /// 3rd game: seedorf snores and sleeps on the pitch…. Allergi gets angry…… Seedorf underestimates the opponent…. he doesn’t show grit and arrogance…. he needs to be more arrogant…. /// 4th game: he benches him for the first time…… 15 minutes to go….he comes on to the pitch… and makes a defence-splitting assist . /// 5th game: seedorf is back!!!!!! Allergi decides Seedorf is untouchable…. /// ….. /// 38th game: Inter slaughter us 6-0.
Comment-ZBoban-Unkown / 21-10-2010, 17:30: I love it how some people think the Milan Lab is some kind of magical laboratory with secret methods of training and magical potions they give the players…for god sakes the Milan lab is nothing better or worse than any other medical facility that other big clubs have.
Comment-SouthClaw-Unkown / 21-10-2010, 17:30: It amazes me that people think that Milan Lab is supposed to find a cure for players getting injured before they get injured. If players get injured, Milan Lab puts them in a position that decreases the chances of their injuries being re-aggravated. They are very conservative in their recovery schedules and put the players’ long time well being ahead of immediate recovery. Kaka didn’t follow their advice and fucked himself over. Milan Lab is great at mainly one thing. It helps players extend their playing careers. Nesta, Pirlo, Seedorf, Gattuso, Ambro, Zambrotta, Inzaghi: while these guys don’t play like 25 year olds, the fact that they are even able to compete at this level is a testament to how good the Lab is.
Comment-Jasper-Estonia / 09-11-2010, 13:17: This blog says … Just a comment: on the first part, Milan Lab no longer manage AC Milan medical side. Berlusconi has acquired a new physio lab that cured most of AC Milan player the last two seasons and dismissed the Milan Lab structure definitively.

(JIWON: Please look. I tried to find an information about Pato with the help of search-button, and this is what I got instead. A surprising result, though. I should have found it before starting this part. This thread looks as if I am one of the participants. MilanLab’s SLOWdorf is in the hot water, as you see. What is more interesting is that Sir Berlusconi is said to dismiss this facility… then what is their current role inside www.acmilan.com/milan_lab? Don’t they still receive monthly salaries from You-Know-Who? Weird…

Regardless of the authenticity of the last comment, I feel no need to make Pato’s part long. This case doesn’t belong to this part, since Duckling seems to be the only Milan player, who never wants to be spoilt by MilanLab. Of course, I was supposed to make a detailed report about “Duckling’s Capricious Physique”… until I learned this possibility: Alexandre Pato: It Will Be My Honor To Join Manchester City If I Am Offered The Right Price (Oct 9, 2010) I am not going to help “EPL/LaLiga Legend Swan”. 🙂 It just seems that Duckling attends too many kinds of gym facilities, from EPL to LaLiga style, listening to too many mentors, from EPL to LaLiga style, and so on and so forth. 🙂

If I am too generous to ignore this guy’s struggling, here goes my two cents. I feel that Senhor Pato neither likes his boyish face/figure, nor believes that his boyish charm will attract Miss Brazil. I feel that Senhor Pato wants to be a MAN. I don’t think all the happenings at AC-Milan, especially during the recent performances, is due to his selfishness. (Part of his reason has nothing to do with Miss Brazil, though, but rather anything to do with something-Menezes, I think.) How long will it take for “Pato-the-Duckling” to realize that “Pato-the-Swan” means “Pato-as-Natural-as-possible”, “Pato-as-Fresh-as-possible”, and “Pato-as-Instinctive-as-possible”… just like “Pato-the-Teenager”? “Pato-the-Swan” just needs some more muscles all around his Brazilian type of delicate feet. Not too many kinds. Not too many ways of physical training. Let’s just hope “Miss Brazil 2011-2020,” especially intelligent females, to fall in love with “Pato-the-Swan”. Time will tell which type is Duckling’s most favorite; SerieA, EPL, or LaLiga. Presently, his favorite physique looks like “Across the Universe”. 🙂 )

Milan Attacker Alexandre Pato Set To Return To Action Against Parma Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-rudi somewhere / 4:33 PM Sep 28, 2010: nice, then he plays and injures himself again for another 3 weeks. Lol / 3 : 19
Comment-Rud Amsterdam / 5:06 PM Sep 28, 2010: The injuries are because he gain muscle… it’s the same thing than messi suffers when he start at Barca… Please patience patience and U will see super Pato the best player in the world / 22 : 1
Comment-michele milano / 6:01 PM Sep 28, 2010: i think he’s getting injured a lot right now because he’s just in his final stages of growth… he’ll probably grow for another year and finally be done with it and his injuries… either way, he should be thankful to how great milan are to him with his injuries. its a mutual relationship.. pato gives milan glory, milan takes care of pato even when he cannot play. forza milan, forza pato.. don’t rush back too soon!! we need you FULLY healthy. / 18 : 1

Comment-Shervin stockholm / 4:24 PM Sep 28, 2010: Pato this is your last chance if you still want me as a fan of you. If you play one match and get injured the next PLEASE get the hell out of milan. Tired of you. / 3 : 31

AC Milan boss Allegri reveals one-on-one Pato chats Oct 24, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan boss Allegri: Pato thinks too much! Nov 4, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: What will happen to him, after all? When I first planned this writing, I was so sick of this Injury-prone Pato that I was supposed to recommend him to build X-like muscles in his favorite way and find the right place, because it could be the most profitable business for AC-Milan. Time passed and a series of happenings hooked me. Now, I rather feel pity for this BABY. How could we make Miss Brazil 2011-2020 be hooked by our darling Swan’s natural beauty? We need to think about this. Now that coach Allegri, who is talented at analysis and psychology, is real curious of this Brazilian talent and want to train his darling Duckling… in his very favorite Italian way… 🙂 )

The Red & Black Forums: AC Milan: AC Milan Discussions Since You-Know-When / By acmilan-online.com
AC Milan Discussions: Talk about AC Milan’s tactics, news, events, history, etc. in here.

The Red & Black Forums: Milan Lab: Is it a Crock? Since Feb 19, 2008 / By acmilan-online.com
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(JIWON: How many participants are found in this place? For how long? Months ago, I tried to check Pato’s part, but failed. Some ago, I was using the search-button and clicked this site again to find out the most valuable information about Robinho. Now I read about MilanLab, which thread is rather short. Interestingly enough, there was a comment about anti-Brazilian atmosphere at this fan-sites… if my comprehension is correct.)

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PART-7: What Means Team Morale? What Means Family Atmosphere? What Really Means Professional Morale At AC-Milan?

(Updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2010)

♥AS FOR PROFESSIONAL MORALE♥

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/morale
noun: emotional or mental condition with respect to cheerfulness, confidence, zeal, etc., esp. in the face of opposition, hardship, etc.: the morale of AC-Milan.

AC Milan chief Galliani happy over Ibra bust-up with Gooch Nov 6, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “It often happens on a football field and the news only made headlines because it was witnessed by a few fans in the stands, as we were on one of the outer training pitches. In any case, they cleared the air between them and I spoke to both of them for a long time. It’s all over. In fact, I consider it to be a good side. I like to see players with grit. I prefer that to training sessions with chamomile tea where people are falling asleep.”

(JIWON: Let’s be honest. Everyone rather interpreted this as utter embarrassment of Uncle Fester. Except me… The rest of this writing will be finished in)

Please check
🙂 PROFESSOR-07: Is Ibracadabra A Fantasista Or A Trequartista Or Just A Bit Of Egoistic Forward? What Do Rossoneri Want From Ibracadabra? Which Role Can Ibracadabra Offer To Rossoneri? (Nov 8-28, 2010)
PART-3: Ibra***ovic’s Taekwondo-Kick or Scary Tackle. For What?
PART-2: Time To Ponder “Family Atmosphere” and “Team Morale” at AC-Milan, Which Was, Is, And Will Remain Very Professional.

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PART-8: From Dinho To Binho. When They Hate Samba’s “Tricks and Flicks”…

(Updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2010)

♥FINALLY, HAPPY HAPPY GAUCHO♥

International Argentina 1-0 Brazil: Ronaldinho And Messi: When Two Geniuses Collide Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ben USA / 11:29 PM Nov 18, 2010: ronaldinho is simply amazing. the most INVENTIVE footballer to ever play the game, period! / 102 : 9
Comment-mazin jeddah / 4:49 AM Nov 19, 2010: when ronaldinho was at his peak in Barca, No player could play like him!! NO PLAYER. (…) when you see a player like ronaldinho do the things he used to do, you just pray you live to see another footballer that can entertain and invent moves like that. The only one true magician. / 14 : 4
Comment-zak schalke / 3:05 AM Nov 19, 2010: (…) ronaldinho is truly one of the greats when it comes to intelligence and invention in the football field. / 31 : 13

Comment-kambing kambingan / 12:49 AM Nov 19, 2010: I still remember Ronaldinho words while he’s been awarded for Ballon D or, “Best in the world? I’m not even the best in Barcelona”, & he was refering to Messi 🙂 Legends always knew who will be the best. / 8 : 1

(JIWON: I was checking this comment section, hoping to find the equivalent of Korean comments. I failed. It was about how Dinho-Mom raised Messi-Son in Barca and how Messi-Star failed to express his love/respect of his Dinho-Mentor in Qatar. Instead, I found out the definition of Ronaldinho’s football; INVENTIVE, INTELLIGENT, & ENTERTAINING footballer… and MAGICIAN.)

Adriano Galliani Expresses Discontent With Milan Sep 23, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milanisti d / 2:09 PM Sep 23, 2010: ita was scary to see how slow they played last night. milan does not have speed. the italian football is rather slow but milan passes the ball to the side and back so many times. dinho also slows down the game cuz he does not run. / 6 : 0

Inter 0-1 Milan Nov 14, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-nick says: (…) Ronaldinho tricks cant win games! My brother who is a Inter fan even said if Milan play Ronaldinho then Milan will loose. (…)

(JIWON: What is happening now? This is exactly what the Korean comment section promised. Because it will be like the Slow-Milan’s Newbie-Allegri’s 10-Men fighting against Inter.)

Inter 0-1 Milan: Derby Delight For Rossoneri As Ibrahimovic Spot-kick Secures Victory Nov 14, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milanista macedonija / 11:33 PM Nov 14, 2010: ok big win…but without ronaldinho milan play bad footbal!!! like inter with mourinho!! I don’t like this kind of footbal! to defend one goal!!! every game without ronnie!!! / 13 : 15

Ronaldinho Will Not Leave Milan – Robinho Nov 14, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-aksm Indonesia / 2:43 PM Oct 14, 2010: Well hopefully Dinho can get the extension of his contract. Come on Berlusconi, Dinho worth every penny you spend for his wage. / 41 : 0
Comment-Rossoneri swe / 3:06 PM Oct 14, 2010: at the moment Ronaldinho is the heart of Milan, seen him not playing every time make me sad. / 54 : 0

(JIWON: I know these comments are fake… or politically manipulated.)

“Ajax 1-1 AC Milan” vs. “AJ Auxerre 0-1 Real Madrid”: The difference between Sep 29, 2010 / By Goal-Korean
Comment-와 진짜 / 오전 8:44 2010. 9. 29: 나지금 호주에서 챔스 보는데 전반 끝나고 거기 분석하는 애들이랑 해설위원 다 호나우딩요 내보내야된다고 다 그러는데 절대 안내보네 ㅋㅋ 딩요 없이도 이길수 잇다는 오기인지 뭔지;; ㅉㅉ / 5 : 2 (… I’m now watching the Champs in Australia. The first half is over and the sports commentator and critics all say that Milan should release Dinho. But I know Milan will never… 🙂 )

Comment-sbnm****: Ronaldinho는 오늘 임팩트를 주지 못함으로써 이번 국대 선발이 마지막일 가능성이 높다고 ESPN 해설자가 말함. 브라질-미국전 본 사람들은 알겠지만 … 세대교체가 이뤄질 듯. / 11.18. 12:30 / IP 128.223.xxx.52 (… ESPN’s commentator says that Dinho failed to make an impact and this is probably his last chance. As you see during “USA 0-2 Brazil”, more youths will be called up…)

Robinho Led Brazil Lose To Argentina Nov 18, 2010 / By sportskeeda.com
(…) Leaving aside the bad view of the Brazilians, it’s amazing to see how the team five times world champion has some “sacred cows”. (…) The media-hero Ronaldinho walked on the pitch like a pop-star in this game. His lack of ambition and eagerness to relax was visible at every moment of the match. Some sources claim that his presence was a whim of the arab sheikhs, who demanded that his presence on ground to attract public and paid 5 million dollars for Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).

(JIWON: I happened to save the first comment during “Ajax 1-1 AC Milan” on Sep 29. Dinho didn’t run this game but the Enlish comment section was full of @#$. The article and this comment is talking about the previous game, “Milan 2-0 Auxerre”. Isn’t this whilst the GOAL’s comment section was literally covered by anything-Dinho? This is exactly when I had to openly express my kind of disgust while organizing all the information. Months later, the exactly same thing happened. This time, in Qatar… or in Argentine… or in Brazil. Both public comments were made by Sport commentators… not by participants in forums elsewhere. Then, I found out some more information about the reason of Dinho’s presence in Arab World… as a Brazlian Pop-Star.)

Mano Menezes Believes Defeat To Argentina Was Harsh For His Young Brazil Side Nov 17, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Menezes moved on to single out Ronaldinho, who returned to the Brazil team after a long time in the international wilderness. “Ronaldinho did well, taking responsibility for creating offensive moves. He was substituted because of his physical condition and not because of his performance. We brought him back to the Selecao at the right time.” (…)

International Argentina 1-0 Brazil: Ronaldinho And Messi: When Two Geniuses Collide Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Marvin UK / 7:47 PM Nov 18, 2010: I am a big fan of Ronaldinho but he really hasn’t been the same since 2006. I don’t know why he’s just not even half of what he used to be, but it’s the truth. / 26 : 9
Comment-Milanista_Croatia Zagreb,Croatia / 9:06 PM Nov 18, 2010: Ronaldinho from 2003-2006 = PERFECT FOOTBALL. But now … because he isn’t that motivated anymore to maintain great performances! In Milan in 10 matches he will play only 2 great and the rest of them terrible! He just can’t run anymore! The magic is still here, but he is not taking good care of his body (parties, alcohol and all that crap) Too bad to see such a legend going down like that….FORZA MILAN!!! / 8 : -1

(JIWON: Please… This is the fact. This has been the fact… according to the Korean comment section… even during LEO’s hot days, during which Dinho’s performance was NEVER consistant. I realized this days ago while checking old articles in Korean football sites.)

Milan 3-1 Palermo: Ibrahimovic Penalty Helps Rossoneri To Serie A Summit Nov 10, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Stivy Poland / 10:48 PM Nov 10, 2010: No Ronaldinho No flop. I think it’s the third time. That old Brazilian will make us slow and boring as he’s just trying for cross and cross. Forza Milan withouth Dinho and with Robinho and Seedorf / 1 : 4
Comment-MilanFan Macedonia / 10:16 PM Nov 10, 2010: Stop looking for Dinho he is not playing good that is why he is on the bench. He does not run back, does not shoot on goal it is a little to slow and slows all the game, all he does is good passes and tricks and fliks which I hate! If he does not understand that he needs to run BACK and to shoot on goal he can stay on bench I dont remember him scoring last time? (penalties does not count) / 6 : 6
Comment-Milan milam / 1:24 AM Nov 11, 2010: dinho has no passion and all he does is cross that’s why ibra said he felt like he had to be in the box all the time. dinho has some of the best shots I’ve ever seen and still has the footwork to dribble into the box but again he always looks for a cross every time he’s on the ball it’s so annoying it worked last year when no one expected it and pato was the only good forward. his play wastes ibra gr8 shooting an dribbling same for pato / 5 : 4

(JIWON: Now I know what means “Tricks and Flicks Which I Hate!”. Exactly same comment was found in Korean comment section. I couldn’t understand what they were talking about, since I only knew today’s Dinho as a passing-King, whose unique passing technique his fellow teammates have never digested. I was watching “Argentine 1-0 Brazil”, though highlights, and suddenly realized what they meant. To put it simply, “Happy Happy Gaucho” needs a complete rebuild of his upper body muscles. This is why his INVENTIVE, INTELLIGENT, ENTERTAINING, and MAGICAL techniques look real heavy and dull… and frequently fail to function nowadays.)

Mano Menezes Believes Defeat To Argentina Was Harsh For His Young Brazil Side Nov 17, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Maybe this time my players felt their lack of experience, because you don’t let your adversaries score when they did,” the coach said in a post-match press conference. (…)

International Argentina 1-0 Brazil: Ronaldinho And Messi: When Two Geniuses Collide Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Sammy London / 7:39 PM Nov 18, 2010: I think Ronaldinho was too un-selfish that match he passed to Neymar and Robinho but he was the only one making the plays. / 117 : 1

Argentina 1-0 Brazil: Messi Magic Gives Albiceleste Last-Minute Victory Nov 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Binho
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Binho

(JIWON: Please… poor Binho was not the only one, who couldn’t answer Dinho’s unique passing technique. All those Brazilian youngsters failed… according to the Korean comment section. And then, Binho’s flopping exactly echoed happenings during his previous games at AC-Milan. 🙂

Please… Even “Pato-the-Duck” had to sacrifice his own talent to assist Dinho’s One-Man-Show during LEO’s hot days. Now, none of Menezes’ boys know how to answer Dinho’s INVENTIVE, INTELLIGENT, ENTERTAINING, and MATGICAL passing. What is Brazilain coach Menezes’ answer on this issue? Without his solution, AC-Milan is doomed.

Samba Trio can fool AC-Milan, easily receiving higher wages than other poor workaholics. But can they fool Menezes’ National Team? During WC-2014 in Brazil? I don’t think so. There must be a specific solution.)

Gennaro Gattuso, assumes his dream of opening a fish market Jan 20, 2010 / By en.photosronaldinho.com
(…) Calabrian Bulldog fulfilled his dream of opening a fish market and its opening became a social event with all the presence of teammates Ambrosini, Ronaldinho, and (…)

(JIWON: Hum… I can imagine how much Dinho enjoyed his Milan life… I am just curious. Is there no way for Italian hot-tempered Bulldog to train his Dinho?)

Inter 0-1 Milan Nov 14, 2010 (NO-dinho)
Thiago Silva admits AC Milan teammate Ronaldinho feeling down Nov 14, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Ronaldinho: I’m Disappointed, But I Will Not Leave Milan Nov 16, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan ace Ronaldinho: Read my lips – I am staying Nov 16, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Galliani admits AC Milan prepared to lose Ronaldinho Nov 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Robinho hopes Ronaldinho sticks with AC Milan Nov 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

International Argentina 1-0 Brazil: Ronaldinho And Messi: When Two Geniuses Collide Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal

Ronaldinho staying calm over AC Milan contract situation Nov 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
I Want To Remain At Milan – Ronaldinho Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho, Filippo Inzaghi & Andrea Pirlo Will Stay At Milan – Adriano Galliani Nov 19, 2010 / By Goal

Video: Dinho leaving a nightclub at 2:00 Nov 20, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com

(JIWON: SO… it was a nightclub… not a restaurant. Korean fans were busy at investigating Dinho’s favorite food and which Italian food is making their darling Dinho fatter and fatter. 🙂 Please imagine the rest of this story. Milan 1 – 0 Fiorentina, anyway, and it was Dinho’s five minutes. Basically, this was a part of “Bulldog’s Pirlo’s Italia and Samba AC-Milan… Passion & Happiness”, but this part was getting too long, so I had to make it independent section. I had to write all these stuffs, starting from IbraFLOPovic, only to dedicate this section to “Happy Happy Gaucho”. To be honest, I completely lost my passion to finish this part. 😦 )

Ronaldinho staying calm over AC Milan contract situation Nov 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “I am happy to have got back to playing [with Brazil] even if it didn’t go how we wanted against Argentina. I have not been playing a lot recently. I lack the right rhythm, but now I want to keep playing well with Milan so I can be called up to the Brazil squad again. I am also ready to play as a striker for Milan. It’s down to what the mister decides. I hope to play against Fiorentina.”

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: Our Six-Point Lead Over Inter Is Not Enough Nov 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-jo u.s. / 6:42 AM Nov 15, 2010: good game from Milan but i really felt that at that Ronaldinho should have at one point came on for Seedorf because around the end of the game we had a little to many defenders so we couldn’t launch any attacks. Other than that though it was good but i was really hoping to see Ronnie today as for those who don’t know he actually is pretty composed in front of goal which was is the only thing that we’re lacking right now. / 4 : 3

Milan 3 – 1 Palermo Nov 10, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Milan says: i would like a 4-3-1-2 for the derby with … Dinho can still prove himself but all he does is cross cross and cross some more like last year. We needs thy last year but now we have ibra and robinho so no need for those dumb long balls. if he wants to play granitic start playing with his old style through balls gr8 shooting and dribbling around the area. he’s the reason that ibra always feels like he’s got to be in the box and hos dribbling and shooting are going to waste.
Comment-Tbone says: I Think dinho is a brilliant player he just needs to incorporate a higher work rate and throw himself into more dangerous areas in order to create goals and score them as well.

Ronaldinho Will Not Leave AC Milan for USA Despite Lack of Playing Time Nov 16, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Tim Fontenault (US-CollegeFreshman)
Comment-Nick B (= MilanFan since Berlusconi): (…) Pirlo and Seedorf can both play as a trequartista … we already have players in the team that can replace Ronaldinho. I dont see using him as a striker as effective. He does not move a lot to create space and that would most like to be a problem as opposing defenders can mark him even closer which would make him more ineffective for the team. The best option is to get rid of him, sad but true!

(JIWON: I thought… our darling Genius Dinho realized something during “Argentine 1-0 Brazil”, and wanted to discuss it with his darling coach Allegri and made a brilliant come-back during Milan 1 – 0 Fiorentina. What happened after all? 😦 )

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. … You guys know what I mean?

Milan’s Marco Amelia & Massimiliano Allegri Disappointed With Loss To Real Madrid Oct 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-me house / 10:27 PM Oct 19, 2010: milan will never start be a serious team again until they loose players like seedorf and ronaldinho if ronal was consistant i wud say stay but hes really not / 13 : 7

(JIWON: For me… at least for me… both SLOWdorf and Dinho are the most “Spoit Brats”, who were dertermined to abuse MilanLab and have enjoyed their RELAXED Milan life… very much. 😦 )

Inside AC’s MilanLab Oct 17, 2010 / By au.fourfourtwo.com (This article appeared in the May, 2010 issue of FourFourTwo magazine.)
(…) Meersseman believes MilanLab’s success rests with the holistic approach the team’s medics take to treating players. … Contrary to the ‘too many chefs’ philosophy, Milan’s belief is that the more medical opinions you have access to, the better. (…) while X – a former Milan player – says the players are “totally spoilt”. David Beckham has even gone on record as saying that MilanLab is one of the main reasons he’s “never wanted to stay and work for so many hours after training.” (…)

(JIWON: Just in case… Wasn’t Kaka’s reason similar to Beckham’s? True that both physiques require different approaches…)

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PART-9: When Milan Players Are Born With “Delicate Feet”. Whether Samba Or Not…

(Updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2010)

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This Winning Milan Reminds Me Of Real Madrid – Robinho Nov 17, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “[Massimiliano] Allegri is an excellent coach, like Capello was.” Robinho believes the way forward is to continue playing samba-style football. “Remember this team is Brazilian and having fun with the ball is natural for us. It’s the same with Zlatan Ibrahimovic. He is a tall player, but has delicate feet,” he said.

(JIWON: R-I-G-H-T!!! “Binho & Co.” and “Ibra & Co.” both should build the most productive muscles around THEIR delicate feet. Not to mention “SLOWdorf & Co.” and “Dinho & Co.”. I can NEVER… I shall NEVER accept any of “Spoilt Brats,” who are determined to abuse MilanLab!!!)

(Updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2010) – P.S.

Robinho Led Brazil Lose To Argentina Nov 18, 2010 / By sportskeeda.com
(…) Leaving aside the bad view of the Brazilians, it’s amazing to see how the team five times world champion has some “sacred cows”. A player like Robinho from AC Milan is inefficient, without firepower and does not have the quality to perform the role of team captain. (…)

Robinho Led Brazil Lose To Argentina Nov 18, 2010 / By sportskeeda.com
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Comment-Sabya says: (…) Robinho is good and by no means he is compared to the trio you have mentioned, in fact he himself knows this.. Ronaldinho was superb in the match.. Just that Brazil does not have the fire power at the top made them lose the game.. Losing Argentina by 0-1 that too by dominating for majority part of the game is no big a deal..

Argentina 1-0 Brazil: Messi Magic Gives Albiceleste Last-Minute Victory Nov 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-angka Singapore / 1:13 AM Nov 18, 2010: What a goal. Brazil is a team with possession but without idea.. wahhahaha / 2 : 5
Comment-Samad Cochin, India / 6:57 PM Nov 17, 2010: Where is the bloody Brazilian guys…???? / 23 : 6

(JIWON: Whether Dinho’s performance was appreciated by “coach Menezes and Brazilian critics” or not, whether Binho was an official flop or not, the comment above was a general opinion in Korean comment section. Brazilian football without firepower…)

AJ Auxerre 0 – 2 Milan Nov 24, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-TWF says: glad to know this. congrats to the coach & the team. especially for gattuso and binho, both of you need to take extra training on shooting. overall, i am happy with the result. i hope the coach would give opportunity to montelongo, papa, strasser and merkel for the next CL match against ajax.

Marco Borriello Thanks Milan And Believes Roma’s Style Has Seen Him Return To Form Nov 24, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “At Roma I am more involved because we play more up and down, while Milan tend to use players attributed to the outside of the pitch. They played the ball wide to Ronaldinho and [Alexandre] Pato.” (…)

(JIWON: Please look. Our darling Binho definitely needs to build proper muscles. In case of Gattuso, he used to boast this terrific shooting technique. Days ago, one Korean fan honored this technique… with a very unique language. Since I am not sure of Gattuso’s case… due to his age, I have no word on this. But in case of Binho, he seriously needs more of intensive gym work. I also believe that this guy needs more playing time instead of warming the bench. True that he is improving… little by little… but Milan can’t take such a risk by playing him every each entire game. This is what they say. Then, it might be a better idea for both of Binho and Milan to find another Italain club and loan him until he finds his full confidence and enough physique. I don’t think Brzilian Santos will be a good place for the Captain of Brazilian National Team to develop the strongest muscles and more mature mentality. I also think Spanish local club will be a good place for his improment. Of course, Binho might prefer to fight for Staring XI inside AC-Milan. It will be up to him. Cheers!)

Javier Pastore To Start At Number 10 In An Adventurous Argentina Lineup – Report Nov 16, 2010 / By Goal
Argentina 1-0 Brazil: Messi Magic Gives Albiceleste Last-Minute Victory Nov 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-me here / 7:07 PM Nov 17, 2010: and fans call robinho flop of the match.. i dont see how much higuain, mascherano or even pastore.. contributed to Argentinean side. without being bias.. i guess ronaldinho was bigger flop or ramires was a flop. Dont know why ppl dont like robinho so much.. he is a nice player. / 10 : 17
Comment-jokesy nigeria / 10:41 PM Nov 17, 2010: but i think robinho was better than pastore today / 0 : 0

(JIWON: Right! 🙂 Korean comment section said so. Then, it led me into another curiosity. What was the reason of Argentinean Kaka’s failure? His personal reason? Or is SerieA player destined to flop in Messi’s Spanish Argentinean club? Enquired mind still wants to know. 🙂 )

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini In No Rush To Sell Club Nov 22, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid Were Willing To Offer €25 Million For Javier Pastore – Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Dear SIR… Please SIR…
Be Patient, SIR! I throw my full support in your business, SIR! Barcelona & Real Madrid Will Have To Pay Palermo €70 Million Buy-Out Clause For Javier Pastore (Nov 10, 2010). If your Argentinean jewel becomes another flop in LaLiga, it could be a win-win business for both Sir Zamparini and Sir Berlusconi. 🙂 Do you know you have a Korean fan-club? They say Mr. Zamparini is one of the most terrific, adroit businessmen. I don’t know how they got to know your Italian fame, but this is what they say. 🙂 They were very sorry to read this sad news, SIR. Milan Loss Forces Palermo Chief Maurizio Zamparini To Abandon Club & Football – OFFICIAL (Nov 11, 2010). 😦
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Inter Cannot Afford Palermo Ace Javier Pastore – Maurizio Zamparini Oct 26, 2010 / By Goal
Inter To Bid €30 Million For Bastian Schweinsteiger; Bayern Munich To Counter With Imminent Contract Negotiations Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal

Palermo Ace Javier Pastore Will Never Join Juventus – Maurizio Zamparini Nov 19, 2010 / By Goal

I Would Prefer To Join Bigger & Better Barcelona, Not Real Madrid – Palermo Ace Javier Pastore Nov 5, 2010 / By Goal
Lionel Messi Should Quit Barcelona & Join Palermo – Javier Pastore Nov 8, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona & Real Madrid Will Have To Pay Palermo €70 Million Buy-Out Clause For Javier Pastore – Report Nov 10, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid & Barcelona On High Alert As Javier Pastore Told He Can Leave Palermo For €70 Million Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal

Palermo Ace Javier Pastore Is Better Than Ronaldinho & Milan Should Sign Him – Gianluigi Lentini Nov 10, 2010 / By Goal
Maldini urges AC Milan go for Palermo star Pastore Nov 11, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
EXCLUSIVE: Palermo’s Javier Pastore Is The New Kaka – Former Milan Hitman Pippo Maniero Nov 19, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Poor AC-Milan… According to the Korean comment section, this Argentinean jewel can never wear his Black&Red jersey. How come they know the notorious relationship between Mr. Zamparini and AC-Milan? 🙂 )

(Updated on NOVEMBER 25, 2010) – P.S.

Understanding Italian football part I – Fantasia Jan. 13, 2009 / By footballitaliano.co.uk
(…) “Fantasia and Furbizia” (…) “Joga Bonito” (…) “Professionals of Imagination” (…) Arrigo Sacchi’s Revolutionary Handling of Milan (…) Even Milan’s Foreigners … Ancelotti’s “Kaka, Hernan Crespo and Andriy Shevchenko” (…) “Apparition” (…) “Facci Sognare” (…) “Jogo… Frolic… A Sense of Freedom and Fun (…)

Understanding Italian football part I – Fantasia Jan. 13, 2009 / By footballitaliano.co.uk
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Comment-aryoko jiwandono on 22 April 2010 at 02:51: joga bonito is learned, english run is practiced, but fantasia is felt

(JIWON: Please look! I’ve just found out. “Gattuso’s Pirlo’s La Bella Italia’s Samba AC-Milan” equals “Passion+Happiness+Imagination”, doesn’t it? My writing plan is getting more than perfecct… yeah! 🙂

Interestingly, “Binho & Dinho” appear in this article as the best example… ho-ho. Therefore… don’t you think Binho knows what he needs now? He learned this and needs to keep this very-same technique in his stronger physique. (…Weird is that Real Madrid’s Binho was also introduced as “Brazilian Fantasista” in Korean football fans’ “Q&A”…) No wonder these Samba brothers can’t live without clubbing, which should be full of pirouette, in the harmony of a move that has the colour of capoeira and carnivals. 🙂 Let’s allow our darling Samba boys to enjoy a crazy time dancing all night. This is much better than MilanLab’s boring yoga or pilates in order to RELAX their hard working muscles. 🙂 But only after they prove enough improvement in their performance. Not too much alcohol, please, no matter what. Cheers! 🙂 )

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PART-10: When “Delicate Feet” Are More Risk Of Injuries. Whether Samba Or Not…

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