R13-14: Time To Think For The Long Term. Despite Mental Balance, AC-Milan Need Some Creativity In Middle. Passionate Binho Buzzes Around. Alas, Brazil Coach Menezes Refuses To Train Baby-Dinho When You-Know-Who Resumes His F*cking Job.

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > Rossoneri 2010-2011: Flop4
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ROUND 13-14: Something Fundamental!

SA-14 Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: With Abate’s Ibra’s Help, Binho Shocks Rossoneri, Not Only Scoring On A Tough Volley But Also With His Typical Passionate Involvement. Allegri’s Odd Tactical Decisions For Some Odd Reason Shock Rossoneri, Too.
CL-05 AJ Auxerre 0-2 Milan: Ibra’s 111km/h Shoot! Dinho’s 5-Minute Magic! Uncle Fester Is Too Hilarious… Reason To Worry! A Yellow Card Welcomes Strasser’s Debut. Milan Plays No Game At The Middle. Dinho’s You-Know-Who Resumes His F*cking Job.
SA-13 Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: AC-Milan Play With “Patients & Mental Balance,” Enabling Mentor Nesta To Teach Silva How To Assist Ibra’s Scissors Kick. Allegri Misses Duckling’s Mature Performance. It’s Getting Like “Inter+SpecialOne”. Boring To Watch, Except Ibracadabra Entertaining Rossoneri With Hilarious/Serious Injury To His Elbow Whilst Celebrating.

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🙂 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)
🙂 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!!! (Nov 17 – Dec 20, 2010)
🙂 R10-12: Forza Midfield! Inter Removes Moratti’s Curse On Ibra’s PK. Passionate Binho Flops & Seeks Pippo’s Lesson. Let’s Enjoy Trequartista SLOWdorf & Hot Bulldog! Altogether… Toward Professional Morale (Nov 7-14, 2010)

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🙂 Rossoneri 2010-2011: Dear Sir, “Fantastic Four” Are Transformed Into “Flop Four”! Maestro Allegri Needs Advice From Professor Berlusconi! (Sep 12 – ???, 2010)

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SA-14 Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: With Abate’s Ibra’s Help, Binho Shocks Rossoneri, Not Only Scoring On A Tough Volley But Also With His Typical Passionate Involvement. Allegri’s Odd Tactical Decisions For Some Odd Reason Shock Rossoneri, Too.

Nov 28, 2010 2:00 PM GMT Serie A-14 Sampdoria 0-1 Milan
♥PREPARATION♥

Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho Is Good At Insulting People & Uses Sunday League Tactics – Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: I Have No Problem Playing With Ronaldinho At Milan Nov 25, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho Could Start For Milan Against Sampdoria After Convincing Massimiliano Allegri – Report Nov 25, 2010 / By Goal
Brazil Coach Mano Menezes Assures Ronaldinho’s Selecao Continuity Nov 26, 2010 / By Goal

Inter Made A Mistake Selling Mario Balotelli – Manchester City Boss Roberto Mancini Nov 25, 2010 / By Goal
Man City boss Mancini dismisses Serie A summer-link for Balotelli Nov 27, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan boss Allegri wants bid for Man City striker Balotelli Nov 27, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Thiago Silva: ‘I think Nesta will leave Milan’ Nov 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
Franco Baresi: I Can’t Imagine Milan Without Alessandro Nesta Nov 25, 2010 / By Goal
Lazio President Claudio Lotito: ‘Nesta too old & expensive for Lazio’ Nov 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog

Eight Milan Players Including Ronaldinho, Andrea Pirlo & Alessandro Nesta Could Leave As New Deals Are Up For Debate – Report Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
Serie A Preview: Sampdoria – Milan Nov 26, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Pato, Inzaghi, Oddo, Pirlo and Antonini are unavailable for the trip to Genoa because of injuries. (…)

Inter Winger Philippe Coutinho Linked With Sampdoria Loan Move As Antonio Cassano Replacement – Report Nov 24, 2010 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano Agrees To Leave Sampdoria For Inter – Report Nov 25, 2010 / By Goal
We Can Beat Milan Without Antonio Cassano – Sampdoria’s Fernando Tissone Nov 24, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Does this surprising news also mean that I have to check all the previous & future games of Sampdoria to check if this club is also involved in “Inter+Calciopoli+2010”? …tired… 😦 )

(Updated on NOVEMBER 28, 2010)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: Pazzini Equaliser Gives Blucerchiati A Valuable Point Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Giampaolo Pazzini (Sampdoria)
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Binho
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Trequartista SLOWdorf
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: SLOWdorf’s gaylover Allegri

Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: Pazzini Equaliser Gives Blucerchiati A Valuable Point Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milanista cairo / 9:50 PM Nov 27, 2010: allegri and galliani must decide which is more important: seedorf’s ego or the scudetto… / 13 : 1

Sampdoria Coach Domenico Di Carlo Praises Team Reaction Following Milan Draw Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-arash australia / 6:51 AM Nov 28, 2010: considering we’re playing every 3 days & feature in champions league & leading serie A & our players are tired & fatigue, away draw to strong sampdoria wasn’t bad result. i just hope we rectify our wingback issue & sign couple of wingbacks during winter coz bonera doesnt cut it & abate is solid but its not his natural position. i would play abate instead of rinho in midfield. forza milan. / 1 : 0

Milan Should Have Won Against Sampdoria – Massimiliano Allegri Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-victor mollucas / 11:32 PM Nov 27, 2010: we need to make a substitution earlier and we DO need to inject the YOUTH… we need to think for the long term as well… / 19 : 1

Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: Pazzini Equaliser Gives Blucerchiati A Valuable Point Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-AceTheMan London / 11:27 PM Nov 27, 2010: Most Milan players were too tired from the start of 2nd half. Allegri needs rouse his subs much earlier than the 90th min, I mean what’s the point? Not a sign of a great tactician. / 22 : 0
Comment-kkitsam malaysia / 6:04 AM Nov 28, 2010: i think Allergi needs to learn that rotating the players will be good for Milan. Ibra was playing too many games and he is clearly exhausted. Play Dinho or the youngster, they need games anyway. and an exhausted Ibra isn’t going to carry Milan till May, so he need more rest! / 17 : 0
Comment-luca milano / 6:37 PM Nov 27, 2010: man we need some creativity in the middle, ambrosini and gattuso cant do anything except pass the ball back or force poor passes / 1 : 0

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

We Can Beat Milan Without Antonio Cassano – Sampdoria’s Fernando Tissone Nov 24, 2010 / By Goal
Sampdoria Coach Domenico Di Carlo Praises Team Reaction Following Milan Draw Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “My team reacted greatly, it’s a draw which sets us up well for the Europa League [in midweek]. I liked the team and the way we played tonight as Milan are always a tough opponent, and we did very well, especially in the second half.” (…)

Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: Pazzini Equaliser Gives Blucerchiati A Valuable Point Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Rob Canada / 7:22 PM Nov 27, 2010: Samp tied versus Juve and Inter, they are a solid team and they performed well today. Abate and Robinho have improved a lot. Ibra looked drained today, hope he can relax versus Ajax. / 38 : 5

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – typical problem

Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: Pazzini Equaliser Gives Blucerchiati A Valuable Point Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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1. Ibra looked dead tired.
2. Binho is improving with each game.
3. Controversial opinions about the midfield pair, “Ambro+Bulldog”.
4. Rookie Boateng is becoming less impressive, more selfish…
5. SLOWdorf is not running anymore around X-minutes. Nor he creates anything, too static and making the offense slow. So bad in front of the goal that it’s like he can’t score from closer that 30 yards.
6. Allegri never does the right substitutions and always waits till the last moment. SLOWdorf keeps getting the nod for some odd reason.
7. Dinho… bla… bla… bla…

(JIWON: Keep wondering why there appear no more comments about “Dinho-Should-Go-To-Inter-To-Shine”. I’ve just found one comment, which hopes “Ronnie leave Milan soon, find another club to respect him.”

Yes. I know what they mean, and why they complain. I hardly know this sports, but it takes just a minute to figure out what’s going on. I had to think. If all the fans realize this OLD Milan won’t win them games like these, how can a professional manager not understand the same thing?)

Eight Milan Players Including Ronaldinho, Andrea Pirlo & Alessandro Nesta Could Leave As New Deals Are Up For Debate – Report Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Inzaghi is in doubt. … Nesta’s future is also in doubt. (…) Pirlo will be signing his last important deal of his career … Milan could roll out a three-year extension for him on the agreement he lowers his wages – just one option available to Pirlo. Clarence Seedorf is also likely to stay. (…)

Four Milan veterans to renew contracts Nov 27, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
(…) Andrea Pirlo (31), Clarence Seedorf (34), Alessandro Nesta (34) and Massimo Ambrosini are running out this June … Milan will try to lower the wages of these four champions. (…) Ronaldinho is the biggest problem. The Brazilian wants a lot of money (around €7.5m per year), which Milan cannot guarantee. (…)

Brazil Coach Mano Menezes Assures Ronaldinho’s Selecao Continuity Nov 26, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “I don’t like to make individual analyses because that brings a lot of pressure on both a player and coach. … It would not be very intelligent to think in this manner, because it would create a situation for the player and the coach.” (…)

(JIWON: Therefore, I had to make several scenarios to justify this mysterious scene. 🙂 )

1. Not only the Greatest Dinho, even Maestro Pirlo is refusing to lower his wages. Therefore, poor Allegri has to think for the long term result…

2. How many are currently on loan from other clubs? Coach Allegri only wants to train his real Milan player in case they possess a real talent, so that his rival club can’t take advantage of his hard working. If they are young but so-so talented, he needs to show his real intention.

3. Coach Allegri wants to have more Italians in his AC-Milan, so he is always reluctant to play young foreign players, who are so-so-talented in his Italian view, until their current contracts expire.

4. Coach Allegri can only use THREE subs during one game. With this OLD Milan, which is full of “past-prime-but-never-plan-to-give-up-legendary-ego” players, his sub-pattern will have to be always same. Sooner or later, his gameplan will have to be exposed way too predictable. Poor Allegri is sick of OLD+SLOW Milan but can’t do anything without Berlusconi’s financial help. And it’s anyway too unbalanced and too late to train the youngsters while keeping the top of the table. Therefore, he is just waiting for the legendary thickest skin, SLOWdorf, to realize his very-limit and give up all by himself. Alas… Alessandro Nesta Will Leave Milan At The End Of The Season – Thiago Silva, while SLOWdorf promised to stay and block all his younger rivals’ opportunities. Anyway, poor Uncle Fester doesn’t know how to find Dutch talented youths without SLOWdorf’s Dutch connection. (… if this analysis has a hint of my private feeling… sorry… i just can’t like his current form, tofu-like physique… 😦 )

5. Brazil Coach Mano Menezes decides to employ the most crafty political strategy, casting all his burden on Allegri’s Milan with his Dinho problems. And Italian Allegri is not the one, who will fall a sole victim to this world-cup-plot. 🙂

(JIWON: No matter what, Allegri’s AC-Milan is still on the top of the table. So, What’s the matter? 🙂 Meanwhile, I also found two very interesting comments.)

Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: Pazzini Equaliser Gives Blucerchiati A Valuable Point Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mac Oz / 8:16 AM Nov 28, 2010: Can someone please tell me why Allegri doesnt sub and continues to play the same midfield every game? In all honestly Ronaldinho should have come on long before the 90th minute to give more creativity to Milan’s forward I mean Milan had chances but were to predictable most the time. I don’t think Allegri is getting better, I think Milan are just beginning to learn how to gel together. / 8 : 0
Comment-Ferdinand Sydney / 9:51 PM Nov 27, 2010: Milan played really well actually. I like it. It is just unfortunate that they did not win. But in the last 30 minutes, they played really possessional football, quick, and looks great. For a moment, I thought the broadcaster increased the speed of the match. Great match, Ronaldinho should have played earlier, at least for those last 30 minutes. / 15 : 0

(JIWON: Is this also one reason or fundamental reason why Coach Allegri can’t give up his mysterious tactical decision? Time will tell.)

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-BONERA♥

Milan Should Have Won Against Sampdoria – Massimiliano Allegri Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Marco USA / 1:35 AM Nov 28, 2010: Milan played an excellent game but why didnt allegri make earlier substitutions. Allegri should have put ronaldhino for seedorf and flamini in for gattuso near the 65th and 70th minute. Bonera cost us the win by keeping everyone onside. We need a terzino TREMOULINAS who is naturally left footed. / 12 : 1

Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: Pazzini Equaliser Gives Blucerchiati A Valuable Point Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-victor mollucas / 11:26 PM Nov 27, 2010: i’m just still don’t get it.. why do allegri (just as leonardo did previously) push bonera as a left back? he’s left foot is not as good as his right… he could be a good alternative on the right, but pushing him on the left will never be as good as that. put the primavera boy.. i think de vitto could do better than bonera (well.. he might be shaky in the beginning, but when he get adapted himself in the game… we’ll never know what we have till we played them) FORZA MILAN / 11 : 1

♥FINALLY, AS FOR BINHO♥ – a star is born…

Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: Pazzini Equaliser Gives Blucerchiati A Valuable Point Nov 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Die hard Juventino / 11:50 PM Nov 27, 2010: robinho shocked me, i never seen him that good, i was starting to think that he’s definitely the flop of the season, but today he was extremely good, he impressed till a limit more than someone which didnt watch the game could imagine. / 58 : 0
Comment-Jesse WA / 11:43 PM Nov 27, 2010: God forbid that you award Robinho Man of the Match. Pazzini scored a goal inches away from the goal. Robinho scored on a tough volley. Not to mention his other valiant attempts at goal. Or his slick passes. Or the fact that he had more energy than anyone else on the field. No, Pazzini, who was otherwise anonymous throughout the whole game deserves the award. / 61 : 2
Comment-sambaboy Malaysia / 11:58 PM Nov 27, 2010: For those who like to criticize Robi, please watch this game carefully. He was mesmerizing. I’m happy for him. As I highlighted earlier, given some time, he is going to be better than he was at Real and Santos. We can see how happy he was after scoring that goal. That will remind him how much joy that he will get when scoring and for sure he wants more. Up Robie. / 8 : 0

(JIWON: Meanwhile…)

Sampdoria 1 – 1 Milan Nov 27, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-sebastian says: guys watch this video and tell me did Robinho have a good game & is he improving?…need all the rossonero views in this. YOUTUBE: Robinho vs Sampdoria 10/11 By Zouzinho
Comment-ACORN says: @sebastian. I agree with you on that he is getting better but he still a bit to greedy though, but at least it looks like AC is getting some of that Brazilian Flare again

(JIWON: Again… I’m surprised at finding the exactly same comment from the Korean and RossoneriBlog. Cheers, anyway!)

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CL-05 AJ Auxerre 0-2 Milan: Ibra’s 111km/h Shoot! Dinho’s 5-Minute Magic! Uncle Fester Is Too Hilarious… Reason To Worry! A Yellow Card Welcomes Strasser’s Debut. Milan Plays No Game At The Middle. Dinho’s You-Know-Who Resumes His F*cking Job.

Nov 23, 2010 7:45 PM GMT UEFA Champions League AJ Auxerre- Milan
♥PREPARATION♥

AC Milan patron Berlusconi enjoyed derby triumph Nov 17, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Silvio Berlusconi: Milan Are Built To Win The Scudetto & Champions League Nov 16, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani Admits The Champions League Is More Important Than Serie A Nov 17, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Cannot Compete With Chelsea Or Barcelona For The Champions League – Paolo Maldini Nov 22, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Warns Ronaldinho About Late Night Antics Nov 19, 2010 / By Goal
Late Night Clubbing Could Cost Ronaldinho A New Contract At Milan – Report Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho Needs To Work Harder If He Wants To Play – Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Nov 22, 2010 / By Goal

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Reminds Me Of Marco Van Basten – Adriano Galliani Nov 22, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan striker Ibrahimovic admits burnout fears Nov 22, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan chief Galliani will not rule out January striker signing Nov 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Man City seek to flog Adebayor for knockdown price Nov 19, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Manchester City Striker Emmanuel Adebayor Seeks Juventus Move, But Non-EU Quota Limit Means He Cannot Join Them Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal

Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone Will Not Go Back On His Word Over Antonio Cassano Nov 22, 2010 / By Goal
Juventus Look At Antonio Cassano As Amauri Alternatives – Report Nov 22, 2010 / By Goal
Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone Brands Antonio Cassano A ‘Delinquent’ Nov 22, 2010 / By Goal

Ibrahimovic calls Man City striker Balotelli to join him at AC Milan Nov 22, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Manchester City Boss Roberto Mancini: I Wouldn’t Have Sold Mario Balotelli If I Was In Charge At Inter Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal
Mario Balotelli Must Play For Manchester City First Before He Can Play For Milan – Roberto Mancini Nov 22, 2010 / By Goal

Champions League Preview: Auxerre – Milan Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Andrea Pirlo has been ruled out because of a thigh problem, while a similar issue keeps Massimo Oddo sidelined. Alexandre Pato has a knee problem and won’t travel. Luca Antonini and Filippo Inzaghi are the other absentees. (…)

(Updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2010)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future
Auxerre 0-2 Milan: Ibrahimovic & Ronaldinho On Target As Rossoneri Progress Through To Last 16 Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Ibracadabra
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Ibracadabra

Auxerre 0-2 Milan: Ibrahimovic & Ronaldinho On Target As Rossoneri Progress Through To Last 16 Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Kostas Greece / 12:08 AM Nov 24, 2010: They won but they have no character. Milan plays only defence and attack, no game at the middle, nobody to run and chase the oponents at the middle. / 0 : 2

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Milan Are Getting Stronger Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-dejan10 los angeles / 1:16 AM Nov 24, 2010: Another great strike from Ibracadabra. And he’s right — we can beat anyone. Especially with a couple of defenders in Jan 🙂 / 18 : 1

Auxerre 0-2 Milan: Ibrahimovic & Ronaldinho On Target As Rossoneri Progress Through To Last 16 Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-makimaki Copenhagen / 11:32 PM Nov 23, 2010: For once I agree with the ratings, and Ibras touch was just perfect tonight. Robinho is also looking more comfortable, but I still hope for more from him. I admire Dinho a lot, but he does tend to care more for show-boating than the outcome of the game. Trademark performance by Nesta, but hats off to Zlatan. / 1 : 0

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – similar to the previous game

Auxerre 0, Milan 2: Another Ibra Inspired Win As Ronaldinho Scores His First Nov 23, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) Nesta+Silva 🙂 (…) Abate did also manage to get forward a number of times, though he is capable of offering more in attack. (…) The midfield trio of Mathieu Flamini, Massimo Ambrosini and Gennaro Gattuso were dutiful in the middle. Though against a French side that was set up to defend, more creativity was needed, but unfortunately there is little to spare from these three. (…) SLOWdorf as trequartista 🙂 (…) Robinho showed a little improvement, though Milan fans will be expecting much more improvement in the future along with Max Allegri. (…)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Milan Are Getting Stronger Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-forza – milan / 11:23 PM Nov 23, 2010: yup absolutely correct milan look a lot more compact harder to breakdown and score against compared to the beginning ov the season and last season even though they not scoring the amount ov goals they shud be really scoring but anyway forza milan / 2 : 0

Auxerre 0-2 Milan: Ibrahimovic & Ronaldinho On Target As Rossoneri Progress Through To Last 16 Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Someone Somewhere / 11:24 PM Nov 23, 2010: @Mark So you would rather enjoy entertaining football then trophies? The play Milan have right now is awesome. Waiting patiently for their opponent to make the mistake. Once they do that the execution is inevitable. I dont mind how they played as long as they win games and trophies / 0 : 0

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – happenings to welcome Rookie Strasser’s debut

UEFA Champions League: Group G: Auxerre 0-2 Milan Nov 24, 2010 / By theworldgame.sbs.com.au
85’: Ibra is substituted for Dinho
87’: Yellow card awarded to Veteran Nesta
90’: GOAL scored by Dinho
90’: Bulldog is substituted for Rookie Strasser
90’: Yellow card awarded to Rookie Strasser

AJ Auxerre 0-2 Milan Nov 24, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-TWF says: (…) 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.
Comment-Peregrin says: Its great to see Abate is really picking up the right back role well! We need a Left back X, Centre back Y, Midfielder Z and striker A plus integrating Strasser and Merkel more.

(JIWON: Wasn’t this boy a first Milan victim of Ibra’s Taekwondo Kick? Please look. Ibra hardly touches(?) un-interesting item. 🙂 I wish him a good luck next time. 🙂 Now that I find the Korean comment section have been sharing the exactly same names with RossoneriBlog on the issue of Milan Youths… 🙂 )

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – hilarious uncle-fester… i start to worry… whenever italian jolly folks become too…

Auxerre 0, Milan 2: Another Ibra Inspired Win As Ronaldinho Scores His First Nov 23, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) In an unspectacular and relatively even game, Ibrahimovic was at the heart of everything positive for Max Allegri’s side. The big Swede provided the first real chance for Milan after a neat knock down sent Seedorf through. Then it was his attempted through ball for Robinho that fell nicely to Gennaro Gattuso, though in typical fashion the Calabrese failed to convert. He then sent Ignazio Abate on his way down the wing to cross for Robinho who was unable to shoot in time. Then, finally, the Swede showed his teammates just how it is done. Shooting first time from a loose ball the Swede struck with an absolute thunderbolt. (…) After coming on with just minutes remaining, Ronaldinho reminded everyone that he still has the magic, popping up with a well taken goal to secure victory. It was the Brazilian’s first goal for Milan this season.

Galliani beams after more Ibrahimovic heroics for AC Milan Nov 24, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “I continue to think about the UEFA rankings, so I cheer on every Italian club in Europe. We want all of them to go through and I hope Inter can qualify tomorrow. When things were going badly, I made the most of my connections to get Ibra even when Barcelona’s headquarters were closed and Sandro Rosell was on holiday in Ibiza! I thought we could fight for the Scudetto anyway, but Ibra and Robinho added to the mix really gives us another gear.”

AC Milan boss Allegri happy to see Ronaldinho on scoresheet Nov 24, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) The Brazilian has been dropped for five official games in a row, but came off the bench to net. “We all understood that in order to achieve certain results, we all need to sacrifice ourselves and work hard. The team realised that quickly and it’s going well in Serie A and the Champions League.”

Ibrahimovic delighted for Ronaldinho after AC Milan scoring comeback Nov 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “I scored a great goal and the team did well, so now we can relax for the final match. I was very tired at the end and was making too many mistakes, so I asked to be substituted. Ronaldinho came on and scored, so it all worked out. The whole team is very happy for Ronaldinho. He isn’t playing much, but he works hard in training and we are all behind him.”

Why Milan Cannot Afford an Early Exit From the Champions League Nov 22, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
Comment-Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993): @WOW: Yes Ronaldinho still has some magic left. It was a delightful goal.

Auxerre 0-2 Milan: Ibrahimovic & Ronaldinho On Target As Rossoneri Progress Through To Last 16 Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-raja insula / 2:38 AM Nov 24, 2010: ronaldinho…i don’t care what people say, he still can spark a game with some dazzles. Clever goal, he saw the keeper position and take advantage of it with a style. / 3 : 0
Comment-keeb plnd / 11:36 PM Nov 23, 2010: brilliant goal by ronaldinho. he is wasted on the midfield. He must play as a striker to shine. I support allegri on making ronaldinho to work harder. / 1 : 0

(JIWON: Now, here starts my issue.)

AC Milan boss Allegri admits Ibra-dependent dilemma Nov 24, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “It would be tricky without Ibrahimovic, as we don’t have someone of the same characteristics. We could play Ronaldinho and Robinho together for a side with great technique, but less physical presence,” confessed Allegri. (…)

(JIWON: This is not my issue.)

AC Milan boss Allegri admits Ibra-dependent dilemma Nov 24, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
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Comment-Anonymous Tue, 11/23/2010 – 23:48: dumb ass, you haven’t tried any other options…now you’re saying you’ll be doomed if Ibra drops dead. try the brazilians upfront w/o Ibra for once and then see if you’re truly dependent on you bitch Ibra.

Auxerre 0, Milan 2: Another Ibra Inspired Win As Ronaldinho Scores His First Nov 23, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
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Comment-mia azarro: “There is little doubt now; Milan has become the Ibra Show” dumb ass, Allegri haven’t tried any other options…now you’re saying you’ll be doomed if Ibra drops dead. try the brazilians upfront w/o Ibra for once and then see if Milan is truly dependent on Allegri’s bitch Ibra.

(JIWON: Don’t these two comments look like written by one professional worker? In fact, this writing style is very familiar. I was forced to read this again and again in WWW.GOAL.COM. This person, called mia azarro, is a newbie in this site.)

Why Milan Should Not Replace Ronaldinho with Kaka Oct 12, 2010 / By BleacherReport
Comment-mia azarro: Kaka had a crappy season,, was a flop at the World Cup.. he is out due to injury/surgery.. please do explain how is he “way way better than Ronaldinho at this point”

Is AC Milan’s Ronaldinho Fighting a Losing Battle Against Mediocrity? Nov 4, 2010 / By BleacherReport
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Comment-mia azarro: Ronaldinho has performed well last season, and their very first game of the season and then Ibra came long.. it is obvious that Ibra Ronaldinho and Pato can’t be playing at the same time.. don’t be too quick on bashing Ronaldinho… bash the selfish bastard Ibra

Milan 2, Real Madrid 2: Inspired Old Guards Not Enough To Inspire Milan Win Nov 4, 2010 / By BleacherReport
Comment-mia azarro: “completely ineffective Ronaldinho ” that is harsh dude. Ronaldinho had a godd season, their first game of the season was good, there was team cohesion then came Ibra. It is so obvious Ibra, Ronaldinho and Pato can’t play at the same time. Don’t be so harsh on Ronaldinho…. blame the sudden lose of balance in the team on that selfish bastard Ibra

Fight Between Onyewu and Ibrahimovic Ends Training Early Nov 5, 2010 / By BleacherReport
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Comment-mia azarro: so Gooch will likely face disciplinary action and Ibra may not.. what does this say about the coach… Favoritism… There was cohesion and balance in the team and all that was ruined when Ibra came along
Comment-mia azarro: @Tobias. dude, obviously you “love” Ibra, here’s a newsflash for you, Milan will not win anything this season because of Ibra. I’m totally taking Onyewu’s side on this.. Team Gooch

(JIWON: Isn’t this interesting? Now, check WWW.GOAL.COM, please.)

Auxerre 0-2 Milan: Ibrahimovic & Ronaldinho On Target As Rossoneri Progress Through To Last 16 Nov 23, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-osc bcn / 11:15 PM Nov 23, 2010: I don’t understand these thumbs up and down.. does it mean agree or disagree?? shouldn’t it be better if it was three buttons arrow up, thumbs up and arrow down?? like that we would be able to give our opinion on if we think the rating is fair!.. anyways I watched the match, you know who made the game boring?? Seedorf! he missed ALL the corner kicks!! 90% of his passes are backwards (he is supposed to be an attacking midfielder!!) / 0 : 0
Comment-David Toronto / 5:54 AM Nov 24, 2010: Allen: simple, Seedorf tracks back, he has better vision, he’s physically stronger, and doesn’t party until 3 am. The only thing Ronie has that he doesn’t is name value. / 10 : 14
Comment-al toronto / 6:17 AM Nov 24, 2010: i agree that seedorf helps out a lot but with all due respect we don’t need 3-4 defensive midfielders in our line-up.. today it was a solid performance but without ronnie this team still lacks the spark.. r80 in, seedorf out / 4 : 1
Comment-Mark Slovakia / 9:29 PM Nov 23, 2010: If Allegri wants to loose supporters of AC Milan in the world I think he is on the right way. Maybe without R80 they will beat Auxere or BARI 1:0 but who will watch it and what for? People want to see RONALDINHO, not boring MILAN. I can also see the score in newspaper. But why should I pay for tickets? / 199 : 447
Comment-Rosson Swe / 11:06 PM Nov 23, 2010: We supporters support the team AC Milan. And as long as we win I wont complain and I’m sure no AC Milan supporter will either. However R80’s supporters might loose their interests. Some people like to see dribblingskills and fancy tricks but many of us also like to see the kind of solid football AC Milan is playing at the moment. It’s beautiful artwork to control a match. Love it Personally I would prefer R80 over Seedorf but when we win each and every game I truley enjoy myself and can’t complain. / 0 : 0

(JIWON: When I first checked this site, the number of comments were 40-somehting. Hours later, they were 86. How many comments are found now? 155 comments? Something weird is happening. It was the same happening as in the previous game. Someone was manipulating this section, repeatedly posting the same comments again and again. Not surprisingly, it was full of Dinho. Therefore, I had to directly go to http://forum.acmilan-online.com/. I definitely hate this work. 😦 )

The Red & Black Forums: CL Matchday 5 : Auxerre (0) vs AC Milan (2) 23/11/2010 Since Nov 20, 2010 / By acmilan-online.com
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Comment-#934-Wild-Lebanon / 23-11-2010, 23:28: I dont find our game boring. Allegri found a way to play to our strength & am loving it. … Even when the score is 0-0 or 1-0 you still feel that the team is calm, secured, relaxed + solid. I rarely remember Milan in a place where the ball is easily flowing around the pitch. … Now I hate the fact that we always wait till Ibra pull something but lets not forget that we are playing with a 35 years old playmaker, Robi still far from lethal & with no full backs support what so ever. Do you guys imagine Allegri having better FBs & a better Am? How the team defend is just out of this world. Did we even concede from a set piece with Allegri? Thank you Allegri.
Comment-#935-fertygo-Unkown / 23-11-2010, 23:29: I want fucking proper LB. our left flands is beyond horrendous.
Comment-#936- Marco Gullit-Edingurgh / 23-11-2010, 23:31: If only Dinho would track back. 🙂
Comment-939-Wild-Lebanon / Nov 23, 2010 23:52: Whats really scary is that Robi is, for the shallow eye, is playing like shit & still he is making this team what it is. Imagine our Milan if this guy geared up?

(JIWON: 998 comments are too much. I checked the first part and the last part, and it was enough.)

Ronaldinho to start on Saturday night? Nov 18, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Milanista says: @jaz. (…) BUT do NOT insult the club. … I for one think that Dinho should not be used as a starter, but as a second half substitute that enters in like the 60th minute or so. He hasn’t been playing well this season, but he always makes his presence made in the start of his game, but fades away later on, so putting him late in the game would be good. Again, please do not insult the club.

AJ Auxerre 0 – 2 Milan Nov 24, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Milanista says: @zulu. I guess you’ve never watched Milan with Dinho on as a starter. When he is a starter, after 30 minutes of play, Milan has nothing. That is why Allegri is doing a good job of putting Dinho late in the game, where he does the most damage when he’s fresh. BUT, I would like it if he came on a lot earlier though. Like around around the 60th minute.

Seedorf next to renew and take a 30-40% cut in his wages Jul 27, 2010 / By rossoneriblog

(JIWON: RossoneriBlog is an extra work. I think if Whoever’s Fan-Club want to start a battle against their rival on this issue, they should first compare Dinho’s wages with SLOWdorf’s. In this case, SLOWdorf is a definite winner, I believe. Then, it is not the end of the story. They should also compare the wages of SLOWdorf, whose mature but aging performance are always guaranteed in the Starting XI, with that of a talented Rookie, who is never allowed to pick up enough opportunity to make an improvement on the pitch no matter what. I am now thinking that You-Know-Who should work harder. Having known for his hard working, starting from F*ck-Kaka or F*ck-Seedorf and then F*ck-Ibra or even F*ck-Binho, there might be another assignment for this professional worker.)

Antonio Cassano’s Career Is in Tatters…Again Nov 17, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) Because Cassano is a fantasista, as they call them in Italy. These players are able to win games single-handedly. (…) Italy has always produced fine ‘number ten’s’. In recent decades Italy has been blessed with the genius of Roberto Baggio, followed by likes of Alessandro Del Piero and Francesco Totti. Antonio Cassano should have been the next name on this list. But, due to his many self-made troubles, Cassano has been unable to fulfil his potential (…) He is still the immature, ill-disciplined and impossible Antonio Cassano that he ever was.

AC Milan Replaces a Legend: A Few Candidates To Move To Replace Injured Inzaghi Nov 19, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Tim Fontenault (US-CollegeFreshman)
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Comment-Nick B (= MilanFan since Berlusconi): I’m not a big fan of American or British players in the Serie A. Not many have been successful in Serie A to say the least. With that said I believe that Cassano would be great for Milan. I know he is a head case but under the right management and coach I think he would tone down alot. Milan have zero tolerance for insubordination and if we can consider Mario Balotelli then I dont see why we should not consider Cassano. (…)

Antonio Cassano’s Career Is in Tatters…Again Nov 17, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
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Comment-Zishaan Wasim: Who do you think will rescue him?
Comment-Frank Tigani: I do not think anyone can. As for which club may buy him….. well I do not think any of the top clubs will want to take such a risk. My bet is that he will end up at a small club, maybe a mid-table club, and finish his career there. Maybe even a return to Bari.

(JIWON: Don’t you think Dinho’s You-Know-Who should start his work against this new name? Whether his choice of word is Selfish bastard Cassano or Allegri’s bitch Cassano or Prandelli’s darling Cassano or…

As I watched Dinho’s performance today… YES… his performance looked very heavy. With this style, he won’t probably be called up to contribute to the REAL WC-2014 in Brazil. I find that Brazilian professional critics are more harsh than international fan-club. Then what about Cassano?)

1. Italian national team desperately needs his mature performance. This issue has also been a hot potato among the Korean fans, who seriously want to enjoy Italian style during WC-2014. It is now a well-known fact that Cassano as a local hero used to be supported by his team’s spirit of sacrifice. This professional needs to join the bigger club and should receive much more severe disciplined train if his national team wants to have a richer harvest. This is what they say. For this reason, they definitely wanted AC-Milan to sell Dinho in order to make a room for this Italian troublemaker.

2. Let’s face the fact. Nowadays, Dinho’s clubbing doesn’t hook enough public attention. It seems that they gave up. On the other hand, Cassano’s adventure can be a real commercial issue as much as Ibra’s fighting. What if Cassano’s every each immature behavior is punished by Ibra’s black belt? It’s a win-win business for both STAR-players. Professionally and commercially. I may be wrong, but I firmly believe that this hilarious scene can rock the entire Asian continent. It was in recent days, during Rooney-scandal, that I realized his real name was Casanova. This Italian Brat used to be accompanied by his counterpart in Japan or Korea. Who knows? There might be Chinese Cassano, as well.

(JIWON: By the same token, I’ve collected interesting information on Adebayor. This guy has a real comical nickname in Korean football sites. I think Dinho’s You-Know-Who should work harder, checking all the possible Milan-forums and insulting everybody around him. I wish him a good luck.)

(Updated on NOVEMBER 25, 2010) – P.S.

Inter Winger Philippe Coutinho Linked With Sampdoria Loan Move As Antonio Cassano Replacement – Report Nov 24, 2010 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano Agrees To Leave Sampdoria For Inter – Report Nov 25, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Inter have long been linked with Cassano, and Tuttosport claims they have been working behind the scenes to bag their man. (…)

(JIWON: Hum… Then… May I go further, please?)

Italy: The Declining Fortunes of the Azzurri Nov 19, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
Traditionally Italy have always fared poorly in friendly matches. The Italian mentality is such that only in important matches do the players really put in the required effort. (…) Against Romania … The Italian’s play lacked pace, a characteristic derived from the Serie A no doubt. There were also a number of simple technical mistakes including misplaced passes and heavy touches. (…) one is left with the impression that there is a real gap between the Italian team and the national teams aforementioned. (…)

(JIWON: I was supposed to start and finish NEW part in honor of the 61st birthday of Milan’s Mayor Mrs. Letizia Moratti. I remember her birthday, since I felt no need to change the password of… (… please ask her about this music education…) And this is my birthday present to President of La Scala, of course. I’ve not been able to check any musical happenings in recent days, especially about Waltraud Meier’s La Scala, but it’s not that difficult to smell what’s going on… regarding specific happenings in New York and change of male character in Waltraud Meier’s Wagner in coming December. I’m just curious if Mrs. Moratti also joined this mysterious project to protect this German whore’s big mouth insulting Italian public. We’ll see. How low Italian culture can go down?

What time does her birthday party start? Unlike this Italian brat Inter’s Cassano, I know how to behave when I want to accept her invitation but can’t come to her party. I’m awfully sorry… SIR! Days ago, I thought I could finish this NEW part in time. Now, it’s impossible. I’ve just found another article about Italian football and I need to read it to continue my writing on “Samba AC-Milan”. I’m tearing all my hair out!!!)

We Can Beat Milan Without Antonio Cassano – Sampdoria’s Fernando Tissone Nov 24, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: By the way… Does this surprising news also mean that I have to check all the previous & future games of Sampdoria to check if this club is also involved in “Inter+Calciopoli+2010”? …tired… 😦 )

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SA-13 Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: AC-Milan Play With “Patients & Mental Balance,” Enabling Mentor Nesta To Teach Silva How To Assist Ibra’s Scissors Kick. Allegri Misses Duckling’s Mature Performance. It’s Getting Like “Inter+SpecialOne”. Boring To Watch, Except Ibracadabra Entertaining Rossoneri With Hilarious/Serious Injury To His Elbow Whilst Celebrating.

Nov 20, 2010 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-13 Milan 1-0 Fiorentina
♥PREPARATION♥

Thiago Silva admits AC Milan teammate Ronaldinho feeling down Nov 14, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(… in-between… headache stories about Menezes’ Dinho…)
Late Night Clubbing Could Cost Ronaldinho A New Contract At Milan – Report Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal

Barcelona Boss Pep Guardiola Reminds Me Of Gandhi – Milan Ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic Nov 15, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona Coach Pep Guardiola And Johan Cruyff Should Go To A Mental Hospital Together – Agent Mino Raiola Nov 16, 2010 / By Goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: I Will End My Career At Milan Nov 16, 2010 / By Goal
Galliani sees Ibrahimovic as long-term AC Milan player Nov 17, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan Hitman Zlatan Ibrahimovic: I Feel Burnt Out Because I Am Playing Too Much Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal

AC Milan chief Galliani cools transfer link with Man City striker Balotelli Nov 16, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Manchester City’s Italy Striker Mario Balotelli: I Want To Play With Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Nov 17, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan striker Ibrahimovic: Balotelli wanted me to join Man City Nov 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Agent coy over Balotelli Man City stay Nov 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani Admits Interest In Manchester City Striker Mario Balotelli Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal
Italy Fans Leave Cesare Prandelli & Mario Balotelli Disgusted After Chanting Racist Abuse Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal
Man City boss Mancini fed-up with Balotelli AC Milan flirting Nov 19, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Man City players furious over Balotelli favouritism shown by Mancini Nov 20, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Fiorentina Boss Sinisa Mihajlovic Receives Injury Boost Before Milan Game Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal
Fiorentina Striker Alberto Gilardino Hopes Milan Fans Don’t Jeer Him At San Siro Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Gilardino played for the Rossoneri for three seasons prior to moving to Florence. “The three seasons at Milan were a fantastic experience, which I will carry with me in my heart despite the challenges that face me. It is always an emotional moment return to [San Siro], but the only thing that displeases me are the whistles and jeers the Rossoneri fans direct at me since I have been back as an opponent,” the Italian international told Sky Sport.

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: Our Six-Point Lead Over Inter Is Not Enough Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal
Fiorentina Match Like The Milan Derby – Massimiliano Allegri Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “We must not be presumptious and we are not, we need to have respect for everyone because the Italian league is difficult. … Fiorentina did well against Roma. It will be difficult for us.” (…)

Serie A Preview: Milan – Fiorentina Nov 19 2010 / By Goal
Pato, Inzaghi and Oddo are out due to injuries and Abate is suspended. Allegri could go with a 4-3-2-1 formation that will see Robinho get relegated to the bench and Ibrahimovic start as the lone striker up front with Ronaldinho and Seedorf playing behind him.

(Updated on NOVEMBER 21, 2010)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Ibracadabra
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Ibracadabra
Top of the Match from Comment-Section: Ibra & Abbiati

Milan Have Found A Great Group Spirit – Coach Massimiliano Allegri Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
Comment-Umar milan forever Farm centre borno / 8:43 AM Nov 21, 2010: We appreciated everything u did Allegri, but we not done yet, we have problem during substituted, try to fixed and lead as more. / 6 : 1

Ibrahimovic: The Hero Again As Milan Confirm Their Top Place Nov 21, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) There were few other standout performers for Milan against Fiorentina. The midfield trio of Massimo Ambrosini, Gennaro Gattuso and Mathieu Flamini were solid helping Milan dominate possession whilst Seedorf again looked comfortable playing in his preferred role. … Much more, however, was needed of Milan’s full backs. When Milan were in attacking positions both Daniele Bonera and Gianluca Zambrotta failed to get forward enough if at all. In fact, at times the Milan midfield were guilty of this also. At one point in the game, Ibrahimovic and Robinho were up in the attacking third up against six Fiorentina defenders whilst the whole Milan midfield could be seen jogging up on the halfway line, incredible. (…)

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

AC Milan boss Allegri: Ibrahimovic stunner something normal for him Nov 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “I also believe tonight the side showed real character, because the win came while under pressure.”

Fiorentina Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic Bemoans Missed Chances Following Milan Defeat Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
“I didn’t like the way we started the game. … We should have attacked higher up the field, however. What eventually happened is that we dropped further back and were punished by their first scoring chance. Although we are returning home with little, the boys must build on this encounter and remember the manner in which they fought to the end. Such a mentality will set us in good stead going forward.”

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – reaching mental balance

AC Milan boss Allegri: Ibrahimovic stunner something normal for him Nov 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “We never lost our concentration and were gritty right to the end. Ibra is someone who brings a lot to his teammates, but the whole squad has reached an important mental balance. Abbiati also made a couple of truly extraordinary saves tonight. There is Serie A and the Champions League. I am glad to note that the lads put in a strong performance every time, even when those who don’t get as much playing time are called upon,” added Allegri.

Milan Have Found A Great Group Spirit – Coach Massimiliano Allegri Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “We secured a suffered victory this evening. This victory is an important sign of the unity within the side. We have reached a mental balance that is also evident in training during the week. … I am happy for the entire squad tonight however, as I saw some important performances from a number of players.”

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milanisti europe / 12:18 AM Nov 21, 2010: We played with patients, strategic perfectionism at the back, strong midfield, hardworking robinho, and ibra like we know him! Most important of all we saw what a great goalkeeper means to a team! But nice to see patients and good communication! / 6 : 1

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – anti-football criticism

AC Milan boss Allegri: Ibrahimovic stunner something normal for him Nov 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) A spectacular Zlatan Ibrahimovic overhead kick and Christian Abbiati’s saves gave Milan a 1-0 victory over Fiorentina. (…) Allegri said, “At this moment in time we don’t have a real centre-forward, so the midfielders pushing up are important. I do credit Ibrahimovic for his fantastic technique, but it seems almost normal for him. I also believe tonight the side showed real character, because the win came while under pressure.” (…)

Milan Have Found A Great Group Spirit – Coach Massimiliano Allegri Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “We secured a suffered victory this evening. This victory is an important sign of the unity within the side. We have reached a mental balance that is also evident in training during the week. Such a balance eventually pays dividends and of course when you have a player such as Ibrahimovic it is much easier to break open the deadlock. He scored a wonderful goal and is proving to be a fundamental part of our winning make-up.” (…)

Fiorentina Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic Bemoans Missed Chances Following Milan Defeat Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Rama Indonesia / 2:11 AM Nov 21, 2010: You didnt ask your players to drop deep? Thats the reason Milan found it hard to break down the defence for most of the game… / 0 : 0
Comment-Adamo’ London / 1:55 PM Nov 21, 2010: even gilardina was back defending, that shows the strategy you had, defend with 11 men. No wonder it was hard for milan to break fio down and no wonder why your player played so deep. / 2 : 0

Milan Have Found A Great Group Spirit – Coach Massimiliano Allegri Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Nikola Belgrade / 9:43 AM Nov 21, 2010: This guy is doing a great job on Milan bench. He is still finding a right balance, but realised that we must gather points in order to win the league. I would like to see more of attacking football by Milan, but now with injured Pato and Pippo we play as we can, with just one lone striker. That is not most beautiful football, but is getting points and uniting group and building much needed selfesteem. And above all Sedorf, Robinho, Silva all praised Max as a coach and obviously respect him.. / 20 : 1

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 5:30 AM Nov 21, 2010: Inter has scored just 13 goals this season. 8 by Eto’o. Ibra has scored 7 goals. Pato 6. Robinho 3. We’re not dependent on Ibra. And hopefully Pato will make an earlier then expected return. / 8 : 0
Comment-Artemius Milano / 9:13 AM Nov 21, 2010: Steady match. Good efforts from many player. Once Pato gets back, Milan will start scoring 3 or 4 again. The recent match against Palermo ended 3-1. So Milan aren’t boring. / 15 : 1

(JIWON: Therefore, hot-tempered Rossoneri, especially who are not quite diligent enough to follow every each performance schedule, resume their harsh attack… against WHOEVER… especially in the name of LEO’s DINHO… brrr.)

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-nickko Australia / 8:47 AM Nov 21, 2010: People, I am so sorry to say this, but ‘my’ Milan r now the most boring team in Seria A. Yes, they win, but they don’t dominate, and this terrible reliance and emphasis on defence over attack is so anti Milan. Even Fiorentina and Bari play wiht more flair. I was always told that the best form of defense is attack. Thank God Abiatti was ‘on form’, because the Viola played well, and he saved us. / 3 : 23
Comment-NightNurse zzzz / 12:23 AM Nov 21, 2010: When I look at these ratings. It seems to me that Milan dominated and won 3:0? But that wasn’t the case. If Ibra hadn’t produced his overhead kick… or Abbiatti not made that great save late on. All Milan players would have 0.5 or even 1.0 lower ratings… yet you boost all of their ratings for something one individual has done. / 4 : 1
Comment-FORZA MILAN / 10:11 PM Nov 20, 2010: YEEEAAA BABY! Another victory sweet! But why is it when we score one goal we allow the other team to attack a little, i mean y not finish the game 2-0 or 3-0 becuz we have the attacking power to win 3,4,5 nil bt instead allegri thinks 1-0 is enuf bro its not! we should show our greatness by thrashing teams nt barely beating them. bt a win is a win FORZA MILAN!!! / 28 : 2
Comment-Jonky Indonesia / 4:28 AM Nov 21, 2010: Nice victory. But I want more goals to secure our position. Because if we play against big teams like Real or Juve we have to be more cruel and aggressive. One goal is not enough to beat giant teams like MU or Barca. / 9 : 1
Comment-littlemorella Nesta lover No.1 germany / 9:39 AM Nov 21, 2010: Forza Milan! Congrat. + Bravo! Yes, Milan must still improve. Allegri must bring Boateng earlier + Milan must be more agressive after scoring the first goal. B U T: MILAN WON !!! And 3pts are 3pts!!! I am proud of the Rossoneri! / 26 : 0
Comment-extra macedonia / 1:04 AM Nov 21, 2010: milan is playing like inter before two years with murinho and zlatan… everybody is defending an if ibra score than is ok…. i don’t like this kind of footbal!!! bring back imagination and ronaldinho!! i don’t like alegri! he is always defending one goal… / 1 : 0

(JIWON: To be honest, I rather feel pity on LEO’s DINHO…)

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-dvs Holland / 8:57 AM Nov 21, 2010: Most boring match I’ve had the courtesy of watching lately, especially considering I was watching the Barcelona match pretty much during the same time. The only highlights of the match were Ibra’s goal, and the hilarious injury to his elbow he inflicted upon himself whilst celebrating.. / 2 : 30

(JIWON: Don’t worry, please. Ibracadabra knows how to entertain the furious Rossoneri. 🙂 )

♥AS FOR IBRACADABRA…MAGIC-or-EGO♥

Milan Have Found A Great Group Spirit – Coach Massimiliano Allegri Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Berg Stockholm / 10:19 PM Nov 20, 2010: Ibra did an extraordinary goal vs Fiorentina tonight. He has once again proved that he is one of the most entertaining players in the world. Forza Ibra and Forza Milan. Regards Sweden / 91 : 2

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-david usa / 6:59 AM Nov 21, 2010: this is why i do tae kwon do 😀 to b just like ibra / 28 : 1
Comment-RINIA Kosova / 11:41 PM Nov 20, 2010: Ibra, he is so unpredictable he always was. Enjoy his football before he retires. / 9 : 1
Comment-Me Earth / 10:57 PM Nov 20, 2010: Ibra executes and scores a mad difficult overhead volley and does no harm to himself but yet almost seriously injures himself celebrating lol / 167 : 1

Comment-N Y / 10:50 PM Nov 20, 2010: Ibra was great today, but Milan rely on him a little more than he can handle. You can tell he was tired by the middle of the second half. / 37 : 1

Comment-Adrian Canada / 9:40 PM Nov 20, 2010: I’m happy they won, but at the end Ibra and Boateng where VERY SELFISH… never passed the ball, always doing the most difficult decision / 23 : 85
Comment-CM CANADA / 11:07 PM Nov 20, 2010: Brilliant goal from Ibra. However, Should learn to pass the ball to fellow strikers. / 0 : 6
Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 10:56 PM Nov 20, 2010: How can you compare Ibra to van basten and ronaldo? Ibra scores spectacular goals like he did last week against inter and tonight against Fiorentina. But he misses way too many easy shots. If he played 100% for an entire match he might be on the same level as Van Basten or Ronaldo. / 58 : 50

(JIWON: Ibra is tired again… therefore… Let’s just pray that Ibracadabra finally becomes another Van Basten or Ronaldo. 🙂 )

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Andy Carroll Newcastle. / 2:06 AM Nov 21, 2010: Zlatan and his massive ego need to be brought back to earth. Isn’t this the same “professional” that complained of tiredness? As if he played any more than the next starting player, or as if he had to overcome an illness this season and the list goes on. He’s good, not great. His ego leads him to believe he’s some sort of god. FALSE by ALL standards! / 0 : 3
Comment-Harry Potter Hogwarts. / 2:13 AM Nov 21, 2010: Zlatan and his massive ego need to be brought back to earth. Isn’t this the same “professional” that complained of tiredness? As if he played any more than the next starting player, or as if he had to overcome an illness this season and the list goes on. He’s good, not great. His ego leads him to believe he’s some sort of god. FALSE by ALL standards! / 0 : 3

(JIWON: Who the hell they are? F*CK-U! 😦 )

♥AS FOR ABBIATI, FROM OFFICIAL-FLOP TO ANOTHER YASIN♥

AC Milan boss Allegri: Ibrahimovic stunner something normal for him Nov 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “We never lost our concentration and were gritty right to the end. Ibra is someone who brings a lot to his teammates, but the whole squad has reached an important mental balance. Abbiati also made a couple of truly extraordinary saves tonight.” (…)

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-jay idaho / 2:34 AM Nov 21, 2010: ibra had one moment of brilliance, beyond that he was invisible. man of the match was abbiati by far wih his 5 saves / 3 : 7
Comment-kne macedonia / 11:41 PM Nov 20, 2010: hmmm man of the match should have been Abiatti, dispite the great goal of ibra, abiatti showed some great goalkeeper skills, or nesta who was perfect through the whole match, and flop of the match should have been ljaic, cos he was quiet the whole match, except for the end, and he missed a sitzer. / 6 : 0
Comment-milanisti europe / 12:18 AM Nov 21, 2010: We played with patients, strategic perfectionism at the back, strong midfield, hardworking robinho, and ibra like we know him! Most important of all we saw what a great goalkeeper means to a team! But nice to see patients and good communication! / 6 : 1

(JIWON: Just in case… the Korean comment section says that it just shows his pattern, and therefore, they will have to endure his lackluster performances for another 1-2 years. 😦 I just wish this Italian a good luck so that he could prove his very talent in every each game. 🙂 )

♥AS FOR THIAGO SILVA’S MENTOR NESTA♥
♥AS FOR ISABELE SILVA’S HUBBY♥

Milan Can Win Champions League & Scudetto – Thiago Silva Nov 17, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan defender Thiago Silva: Her indoors stopped Real Madrid move Nov 20, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Thiago Silva says Nesta crucial for AC Milan Nov 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “Nesta. We feel a lot stronger with him beside us. He is our leader. It’s not easy to score goals against us and this balance has carried us to the top. I like Allegri also because he creates the right atmosphere in training.” (…)

Ibrahimovic: The Hero Again As Milan Confirm Their Top Place Nov 21, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) Aside from the outstanding Ibrahimovic, it was the central pairing of Alessandro Nesta and Thiago Silva that were the two other star performers for Milan. Between them the two hardly put a foot wrong and they even both came close to scoring, Nesta with a header and Thiago Silva with trademark long shot. (…)

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-osc bcn / 1:41 AM Nov 21, 2010: great assist by Thiago Silva!! / 1 : 0
Comment-Milanista121 USA / 12:15 AM Nov 21, 2010: Good display, we didn’t really put much effort into it really, as soon as we turned up the tempo it looked like we could harm them in any second. Hopefully we’ll do so in the champions league on tuesday. and by the way, it was Silva’s ball in for Ibra if I’m not mistaken? Forza Milan! / 3 : 0

(JIWON: Yeah, right. 🙂 Days ago when I was searching for the old articles, I happened to find out Korean comment section seriously advising “Isabele’s Baby Thiago” to learn from Mentor Nesta… ho-ho-ho. 🙂 No need to pick up comments on Mentor Nesta. Great Job, Guys! 🙂 )

♥AS FOR SLOWdorf & FLAMINI♥
♥AS FOR SELFISH-BOATENG♥
♥AS FOR TIRED-BULLDOG♥
Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Allen Ind / 2:06 PM Nov 21, 2010: ya we won..but did you notice how the attack was suffering from service….gattuso kept misplacing his passes and was running back to get the ball he lost…3 times…against big teams good in counter attacks, gattuso wont be able to catch them like he did yesterday..i feel Flamini is the one who is saving us from giving away goals rite now… / 0 : 0
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 5:45 PM Nov 21, 2010: Clarence Seedorf has been playing very well lately. Don’t insult him. This is probably his last season at Milan, and he’s doing everything he can to leave on a good mark. We have a good balance of youth and experience. We’re not an old team, and not an overly young team (like Arsenal). Arsenal v Tottenham is a proof of Arsenal’s immaturity. / 13 : 1

(JIWON: Weird, again, that Korean fans pointed out Gattuso looked way too tired toward the end of game. Is this perhaps the reason of this comment? What means Selfish Boateng, by the way, who “never passes the ball, always doing the most difficult decision”… just like tired-or-egoistic Ibra? At the same time, I find that Korean fans worry that SLOWdorf’s slow performance will make AC-Milan hard to win the Champions League. By the same token, they promised that Never-Run-Dinho’s participation would cause AC-Milan to lose in their Milan-Derby. They just say that Allegri’s tactics with 4 middles allow “SLOWdorf & Flamini” function better, but “SLOWdorf & Flamini” will miserably fail in 3-middle formation. Flamini has a problem with passing and it frequently hinders their attacking opportunities. The most problem is that they never plan to appreciate coach Allegri as long as SLOWdorf is a core-member in his game-plan. Just in case…)

♥AS FOR FLAMINI♥

AC Milan midfielder Flamini has no Arsenal regrets Nov 20, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Boki Melbourne / 12:16 AM Nov 21, 2010: Flamini deserves better. / 4 : 0
Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 7:53 AM Nov 21, 2010: Flamini has owned since he regained his fitness. Go match all round,but I’d think Ibra should get a rest.Next game start Disco boy with Robinho. / 12 : 0
Comment-Rama Indonesia / 8:13 AM Nov 21, 2010: Ibra scored a lovely goal but man of the match should be Abbiati. Nice to see Flamini coming into form and finally his talent being put to use. For those who says “bench Seedorf instead of Dinho”, well as much as I respect Dinho, Seedorf is playing very well at the moment while Dinho had hit or miss performances so why play him instead of consistent Seedorf? / 20 : 0

(JIWON: I find that even the Korean comment section, which used to be quite critical and pessimistic about this player’s professional future, is now praising his impressive performance. 🙂 BTW, I am just surprised at finding his enormous fame during his Arsenal days… from the Korean comment section. 🙂 )

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-BONERA♥ – abate is suspended…

Milan Have Found A Great Group Spirit – Coach Massimiliano Allegri Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
(…) I am happy for the entire squad tonight however, as I saw some important performances from a number of players. [Daniele] Bonera for example did a wonderful job down the right and merit must be paid to the boys at the back who rolled up their sleeves and battled when the visitors looked to come back at us.”

Milan Have Found A Great Group Spirit – Coach Massimiliano Allegri Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-michele milano / 10:45 PM Nov 20, 2010: i hope that comment about bonera on the right doesn’t mean he’s a starter, because Abate is much better and is young. abate is our future and present, bonera is a backup, a good one, but still a backup / 67 : 2

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-what defence / 12:32 AM Nov 21, 2010: ok we need another wingback to play with zambro. bonera i am sorry only had that shot on net in the first minute then was a mess in the back tonight. got caught out of position and some stupid fouls. zambrotta had a better game… get a wingback. thanks for ibra need more other threats / 3 : 1
Comment-Nikola Belgrade / 9:25 AM Nov 21, 2010: Every single attack on Milan goal came from the left side (of Viola’s attack) where Bonera should be and Nesta was there backing his forward runs, leaving the box unmarked. That leaves the space for headers and dangerous crosses as we seen last night.. / 7 : 0
Comment-Darren Malaysia / 8:44 AM Nov 21, 2010: Milan has to clean up all the veterans this coming Jan and inject some new young talents. Besides Ambro, Nesta and Abbiati. The rest should be either retire or get out of San Siro for godsake.. My heart beats whenever Abbiati makes the super saves. We cannot take the risk anymore.. / 2 : 8

♥AS FOR HARDWORKING BINHO-or-PIGGY♥

Milan Attacker Robinho: We Can’t Make Any Mistakes Against Fiorentina Nov 18, 2010 / By Goal

AC Milan boss Allegri: Ibrahimovic stunner something normal for him Nov 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “I think Robinho is doing very well and in those moments when he goes out wide, the midfielders have to step up.” (…)

Ibrahimovic: The Hero Again As Milan Confirm Their Top Place Nov 21, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) Alongside Ibrahimovic, Robinho failed to make an impact. The Brazilian was full of step overs however he struggled to get into dangerous positions. The number 70 still has much to prove at Milan. (…)

Milan 1-0 Fiorentina: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Magic Vanquishes Viola Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Rosso neri / 10:19 PM Nov 20, 2010: Bravo Milan and Bravo Zlatan, but honestly Robinho probably made his best game for Milan this far so 6,0 is to low.. / 66 : 1

(JIWON: Dear Baby Binho… I seriously recommend you to check the Korean comment section on your serious interview. I’ve never read such a comical comments before. 🙂 It’s like a mom telling/scolding/appreciating her baby bla-bla-bla. 🙂 The headlines of their comments are very similar to one Korean TV-program about how to train the spoilt kids; “Our Kid Has Changed!” 🙂 )

Robinho likens AC Milan coach Allegri to Capello Nov 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
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.

Milan Have Found A Great Group Spirit – Coach Massimiliano Allegri Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Imaas76 Oslo / 10:43 PM Nov 20, 2010: Is Robinho following the steps of Ronaldinho or i think so, He is begining to be fat. im afraid for his future, may be he will not play the next world cup, if he didnt care his body. / 25 : 22

(JIWON: As much as I recommended Baby Binho to build the most productive muscles around his delicate feet, inquired mind wants to know if it is a bit of fat. 🙂 )

♥FINALLY, AS FOR MENEZES’ 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
Ronaldinho staying calm over AC Milan contract situation 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

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

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Warns Ronaldinho About Late Night Antics Nov 19, 2010 / By Goal
Late Night Clubbing Could Cost Ronaldinho A New Contract At Milan – Report Nov 20, 2010 / By Goal

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