R15-17: Whether Mezz’ala Pirlo or Trequartista Boateng or Allegri’s Subs, AC-Milan Becomes Dynamic. A Bit Of Barca? Glad To See Dinho-FanBoys Gone! “Allergy” Needs To Choose Between Legend Seedorf’s Ego Or Scudetto.

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > Rossoneri 2010-2011: Flop4
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ROUND 15-17: Something Fundamental!

PROFESSOR-09: Who Is Milan’s Coach In Dressing Room, During The Training Session, And On The Pitch? “Mr. Allergy” Needs To Choose Between Legend Seedorf’s Ego Or Scudetto.
SA-17 Milan 0-1 Roma: 111-yr-Old Milan Play Like 111-yr-Old SLOWdorf. Legend Seedorf Is A Bigger Concern Than Brat Dinho. What Are SLOWdorf’s Milan Going To Do With “Tottenham”?
SA-16 Bologna 0-3 Milan: Maestro Pirlo Becomes “Trequartista-or-Mezz’ala-or-Whatever” And Waves His Trident Of “Prince+Binho+Ibra”. Rossoneri Apologize For Calling Allegri “Allergy” After Rookie Strasser Honors His Tactics For 20 Minutes. Glad To See Dinho-FanBoys Gone!
CL-06 Milan 0-2 Ajax: Rossoneri Don’t Care, But Are Pissed That Old Milan Allow No Opportunity For Their Youths To Face Managerless Ajax. Nothing To Do When Old Legends Are Outrun In The Midfield. Binho Practices Inzaghi’s Lessons And Flops!
SA-15 Milan 3-0 Brescia: Trequartista Boateng Starts His Adventure With Goal. Brescia Assist Binho’s Goal. Ibra Shoot! Altogether, Professional Win To Honor Maestro Pirlo’s Comeback. Guys, Day To Remember! Allegri Used Subs!

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🙂 PROFESSOR-08: Half A Year Has Passed Since WC-2010. No Hope For Italian Culture As Moratti’s La Scala Still Supports German Whore Waltraud Meier’s Arrogant Big-Mouth. FIGC Outline Baggio’s Project. (Nov 30 – Dec 20, 2010)
🙂 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. (Nov 21-28, 2010)
🙂 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)
🙂 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)
🙂 R5-6: Rossoneri Is Being Rebuilt. Calcio Is A Sport, But Also An Art. Binho Woke Up. Gattuso Is Returning To Calabrian Bulldog. Kick Off Birthday Party With Pirlo’s Goal. Let’s Run. We’re Getting There. “La Bella Italia”! (Sep 25 – Oct 2, 2010)
🙂 R1-5: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced (Sep 11 – 25, 2010).

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

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PROFESSOR-09: Who Is Milan’s Coach In Dressing Room, During The Training Session, And On The Pitch? “Mr. Allergy” Needs To Choose Between Legend Seedorf’s Ego Or Scudetto.

♥DRAFT or WARNING♥

(Updated on DECEMBER 19, 2010) – DRAFT (…hope to get more information on this issue until I finish Samba…)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Remains Positive Despite Roma Defeat Dec 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 11:42 PM Dec 18, 2010: It’s a concern that Milan don’t win big games under Allegri. Derby aside we’ve lost to Roma, Juve, Real Madrid and drawn with Lazio and Ajax. Again we need FULLBACKS… Spurs will kill us with ours, Slowdorf… not going to bother wasting anything more on him, he is a bigger concern than Ronaldinho atm IMO. / 69 : 0
Comment-sheva kyev / 3:03 AM Dec 19, 2010: You’re never win to the big teams Allegri (except for the derby)!! How can you be positive about it!? Better get this fixed because I don’t want to see AC Milan pawned in Champions League! / 6 : 0
Comment-Shervin somewhere / 8:12 AM Dec 19, 2010: if i was a billionaire i would bought whole milan. then i would call allegri along with seedorf into a room and say you have 24 h to leave not just milan, the whole country. especially slow/blinddorf / 2 : 2

(Updated on JANUARY 7, 2010)

(JIWON: After posting DRAFT or a kind of WARNING on DECEMBER 19, 2010, I read quite a unique stuff about Football Intellectual SLOWdorf, who couldn’t live without media.)

The Dinho Conundrum: Should He Stay Or Should He Go? Dec 19, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Oscar says: First of all, Allegri has to learn tactics and use subs. Against Roma when Pirlo Injured himself and had to go off on 22′ min, he should have put on Ronaldinho (because he could show what he can do before January) Seedorf said he would go in January and he is the first one who has to leave… And Bonera and Oddo and Jankulovski. They are on too high wages. And Cassano is one of the best in Serie A without a doubt so… I want money for Ronaldinho if he goes, but i would love to keep him, but not to let him go and get nothing. And it would be good to sell Ronnie in January if we are goona buy new Defenders

(JIWON: Therefore, I preferred to wait instead of starting this dirty job. I wanted to believe that Rossoneri Legend Seedorf is NOT another Daniel Barenboim.)

Friendly: Al Ahly 1 – 2 Milan Jan 02, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) Pato had both Seedorf and Cassano with him … 1-0 Milan! (…) Within minutes the advantage was almost doubled, Clarence Seedorf – who was once again orchestrating the attack … Milan looked threatening both creatively and on the counter – Cassano made a positive start to his Milan career, Seedorf looked like he had rested well and was playing great, and it was nice to see Pato back in a Milan shirt again after injury. Meanwhile, Al Ahly offered little threat to the Milan goal – all in all, it was an excellent 45 minutes. (…)

Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Rodney Strasser’s Winner Makes It The Perfect Debut For Antonio Cassano Jan 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-seedorf dead player / 4:32 PM Jan 6, 2011: seedorf plays 90 minutes hahahahaahahahaha / 26 : 0
Comment-bimo, soma, muqdisho Amsterdam / 4:27 PM Jan 6, 2011: i thing now is very clear to all of us we want a midfielder with abilities like rodney strasser, i think seedorf he’ll eventually realize it forza AcMiLaN / 7 : 0
Comment-Anthony Australia / 10:30 PM Jan 6, 2011: Seedorf needs to go. Why can’t Milan off load him instead of Dinho? Hopefully one of the midfielders Milan have been linked with joins us in January and forces this hack to leave. I used to like him but now he is just an embarrassment. Even being a shadow of his former self would be an improvement for him. / 1 : 0
Comment-None Somewhere / 7:56 PM Jan 6, 2011: Milan can never win against big teams.. with all this lazy players, they will loss in the champions league. You shall see the result of your stupid allegri when they will play tothenham… you fans are happy now, you guys will complain about your stupid coach soon.. / 3 : 25

(JIWON: I am now highly suspecting if this Football Intellectual, in recent years, had behaved just like Daniel Barenboim. If so… this Mr. Brain will still claim to know nothing and will still be OPENLY proud of his late Milan years even after being kicked out of Milan in the most humiliating way. Even after this report, he will care nothing. In the world of MUSIC or Barenboim’s ANGELs or WHOREs, Artistic Intellectual has been the Thickest Skin and Hypocritical Big Mouth.)

♥FOOTBALL-INTELLECTUAL or SIMPLY-HYPOCRITE♥

Champions League Milan’s Clarence Seedorf Relishing ‘Special’ Champions League Group Matches Against Familiar Foes Sep 2, 2010 / By Goal
Champions League Milan Midfielder Clarence Seedorf Hails Coach Massimiliano Allegri Sep 16, 2010 / By Goal
Italy Clarence Seedorf: Everyone Will See The Real Milan Soon Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal

Italy Clarence Seedorf: Milan Must Solve Defensive Issue As Scoring Is Not Our Problem Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal

Champions League Milan Star Clarence Seedorf Eagerly Anticipating Ajax Champions League Clash Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
Italy Zlatan Ibrahimovic & Milan Will Make Fans Dream – Clarence Seedorf Sep 24, 2010 / By Goal
Champions League Milan’s Clarence Seedorf Wary Of Ajax Threat In Amsterdam Sep 27, 2010 / By Goal

Champions League Clarence Seedorf Admits Milan Can’t Rely Solely On Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
Italy No One Is Indispensable At Milan, But We Are All Behind Massimiliano Allegri – Clarence Seedorf Sep 30, 2010 / By Goal

Real Madrid’s Kaka Will Not Come Back To Milan – Clarence Seedorf Oct 11, 2010 / By Goal

Real Madrid Are To Be Feared Under Jose Mourinho & Could Win The Champions League – Milan’s Clarence Seedorf Oct 15, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Must Forget Real Madrid Loss – Clarence Seedorf Oct 20, 2010 / By Goal
Editorial CL Comment: Milan Must Realise That A Seedorf-Pirlo-Gattuso Midfield Doesn’t Work Oct 20, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Please… My problem is NOT his aging performance. Everybody gets old, and I firmly believe that any Rossoneri Legend deserves honorary retirement. But NOT everybody grows his thick skin and big mouth. What’s more, NOT everybody is taking advantage over his ensemble partners on stage/pitch in order to feed his EGO. History taught me that there are common characteristics to be remembered as LEGEND. The most cancer in the world of ART or MUSIC or CULTURE is not a stupid inferior moron, but the most brainy sh*t, who was born with no talent or has lost IT.

Whenever I find a hint of Barenboim’s Angels/Whores or Daniel Barenboim himself, I know the end of the story. I don’t care even if everybody defines my personality as “hysterical” or “paranoid”. There has been NO exception in the case of ART or MUSIC or CULTURE.)

Comment-Sammy London / 3:41 PM Sep 22, 2010: Only man to win the champions league with 3 different club, total LEGEND! / 26 : 0
Comment-Gianni Montreal, Canada / 10:42 PM Sep 28, 2010: One thing that I really like about Seedorf is that he will always have faith in the coach. / 21 : 4
Comment-arash australia / 9:38 AM Sep 29, 2010: no true ac fan would mock legendary seedorf. this guys won so much he commands respect. he could of retired 10 years ago when had already won all club accoldates yet his always motivated & hungry to do well. in my eyes is one of the best players ever. just ask rooney who said his best player he played against. forza milan. / 15 : 3
Comment-Desilolla Oslo, Norway / 7:16 AM Sep 29, 2010: People dissing Seedorf should shut their mouth. Nobody have given more to Milan than Seedorf. People claim Pirlo, Nesta and Gattuso are mre vital but they can’t compare to Seedorf who has always performed for Milan. Seedorf has been a worldclass player in 15-16 years, while Nesta, Gattuso and Pirlo at most 6-8 years. So stop blaming Seedorf for everything. / 20 : 1

(JIWON: The comments above are what actually used to dominate www.goal.com/. during this computer work.)

Champions League Milan’s Clarence Seedorf Relishing ‘Special’ Champions League Group Matches Against Familiar Foes Sep 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milanista121 USA / 5:41 PM Sep 2, 2010: The great Seedorf! how you can still keep on going after all the criticism is a mystery to me. A role model for everyone. Forza Clarence! Forza Milan! / 74 : 1

(JIWON: I find that this interview receives no negative reaction. Until I find Korean comment section, I was just confused and confused about this professional, because of www.goal.com/. Then, I learned how to pick up interesting comments and my curiosity started. “Ambro+Gattuso+Pirlo+Nesta” or “Kaka” was considered to be a leadership material to become Milan’s (Vice) Captain, yet Seedorf has been the ONLY or the most active representative, especially via media. There must be some reason.)

Champions League Milan Midfielder Clarence Seedorf Hails Coach Massimiliano Allegri Sep 16, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-forza milan / 2:13 AM Sep 16, 2010: He said “In the first half, we played at a high tempo” seriously??????? must be my meds sorry / 5 : 6

Italy Clarence Seedorf: Everyone Will See The Real Milan Soon Sep 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Hassan Lebanon/ 10:58 AM Sep 21, 2010: i cant stand how Allegri play seedorf 2 full games in 3 days,, and i think he is crazy enough to play him tomorrow,, a full time too.. seedorf can only play 45 mins, plz Allegri are u kidding us???!!!! / 9 : 0

(… meanwhile… most fans question Pirlo’s role… and there’s no need to post all kinds of insulting of Italian Trio…)

Italy Clarence Seedorf: Milan Must Solve Defensive Issue As Scoring Is Not Our Problem Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Kush Al / 10:19 AM Sep 22, 2010: Maybe is not your problem coz u won everything but Milan player should score more goals to race for title 😉 / 2 : 1
Comment-Mito Macedonia / 10:20 AM Sep 22, 2010: All do respect to Clarence. Scoring is not a problem, but the way we score is. Almost all goals in the last and the current season come from Ronaldinho crosses and be sure that come the CL knockouts Milan will need much more options upfront than waiting to capitalize on one of Dinho’s crosses. Regarding the defense, the back 4 are not the problem (ok Bonera is but mostly when Milan is attacking), the other 6 players are. / 5 : 0
Comment-Patrik Sweden / 8:47 AM Sep 22, 2010: The defenders is not the problem, the problem is the midfielders who dont take their defensive responsibility. That´s that!! / 17 : 0
Comment-Tunde Nigeria / 11:12 AM Sep 22, 2010: D midfield is where d problem lies, wit allegri style of play, milan is prone to counter attacks. / 3 : 1
Comment-Moses Lebanon / 9:46 AM Sep 22, 2010: It is time for Seedorf to sit on the bench and make way for young/faster players… He will do more good to Milan buy coming in as substitute in last 30 min / 20 : 2

Champions League Milan Star Clarence Seedorf Eagerly Anticipating Ajax Champions League Clash Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Vcky jakarta / 6:21 PM Sep 22, 2010: Seedorf has passed his best performance, and he looks very slow in the attacking scheme… And he can’t direct the powerful shots anymore… So Seedorf, i think you must leave milan at the end of the season.. Don’t you hear the san siro’s crowd yelling at you everytime you hold the ball… / 0 : 3
Comment-Per Gambia / 4:13 PM Sep 22, 2010: “U are not done wit milan yet, u wanto win more” thats nice to hear.. but i tink it wil b beter for us (at amsterdam) if ‘u can receive all ur emotional feelins on the bench. an “u wanto play 2more yrs at milan” Dnt u tink thats too much? Cuz we hav d liks of mikel&strasser waitin ‘Wel,u can join ajax after ths season. whatever.. ur a legend! bravo seedorf! / 14 : 4

Italy Zlatan Ibrahimovic & Milan Will Make Fans Dream – Clarence Seedorf Sep 24, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-athaus usa / 6:11 PM Sep 24, 2010: i dont get why every one is riding ibra so hard … like he is the only player who is going to make a difference … MILAN IS NOT GOING TO WIN OR LOSE BASED ON IBRA. THEY ARE GOING TO WIN OR LOST BASED ON THE DEFENCE AND THE MIDFIELD … we need to lose players like gattuso and seadorf and start using prince and flamini regularly, and maybe go to the reserves and promote some youth to be their substitutes its time for serious changes not just partial repairs / 10 : 1
Comment-Dex Sydney / 12:31 PM Sep 24, 2010: I actually agree with seedorf to some extent. BUT THE FACT REMAINS THAT HE IS NOT WORKING HARD ENOUGH. This season, seedorf has not been his usual self. He is wasteful, and not willing to run for balls. / 7 : 1
Comment-Varun Milanello / 12:37 PM Sep 24, 2010: I think you don’t deserve to talk. Just play good football. / 6 : 5
Comment-sami syria / 12:47 PM Sep 24, 2010: little less talk, little more work! / 28 : 1
Comment-ggg ggg / 12:58 PM Sep 24, 2010: seedorf is talking to media more than anybody in milan. / 25 : 0

(JIWON: Haven’t I suspected if Legend SLOWdorf had been taking advantage of Ibra’s extra-hard working? Please look. As I wrote during “Milan 0-2 Ajax (Dec 8, 2010),” I was suspecting but couldn’t raise my voice, party due to my limited knowledge about football, and mainly due to the fact that I got sick of Ibra’s AGENT during “Balotelli’s Transfer Saga” and Ibra was still on loan and everybody knows his high wage from Barca. I’m just sick of everything. True that I hardly know about football. However, I am an expert on this issue. Entire my life, SOMEONE has always been taking advantage of my hard working… after figuring out my personality. Even now… I shall NEVER accept any of THOSE in MY territory. I don’t understand why those human trashes never know I know their trick.)

Champions League Milan’s Clarence Seedorf Wary Of Ajax Threat In Amsterdam Sep 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Pete Sydney / 4:17 AM Sep 28, 2010: “At this stage of my career it is not necessary to look too much forward. I would like to stay in Italy at this moment. But I really hope that Ajax can continue growing and keep playing in the Champions League.” — So no he doesn’t want to return to Ajax… / 4 : 0

Champions League Clarence Seedorf Admits Milan Can’t Rely Solely On Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sep 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Victor indonesia / 1:18 PM Sep 29, 2010: I saw Ajax vs Milan last night. and I saw how seedorf played. He cannot said like that coz Seedorf played very very bad game last night. / 5 : 7
Comment-daniel usa / 4:41 PM Sep 29, 2010:maybe if you werent so lazy, seedorf, milan wouldnt have to rely on just ibra. also, wait for pato to come back. / 3 : 8
Comment-thebestmilan USA / 12:11 PM Sep 29, 2010: Yes you are right Seedorf. We are relying too much on Ibra, especially on those needles long balls. I only have 3 words that resolve our problems, MIDFIELD MIDFIELD MIDFIELD. That’s our weakest department on the pitch. Either Allegri should do something to fix it or Berlusconi should start looking for another Pirlo type of player. / 13 : 2
Comment-Kostas Greece / 6:08 AM Sep 29, 2010: Well, Pirlo is not passing to you because you lose every possession. Better odds to pass long ball to Ibra. You were good, but looong time ago, and now, please retire because the team with you is like 10 man team. You don’t run, don’t defend, lose almost every ball, slowing the game down and so on. I just don’t understand what is that coach thinking, maybe both of you should retire. / 10 : 4

Italy No One Is Indispensable At Milan, But We Are All Behind Massimiliano Allegri – Clarence Seedorf Sep 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ronnie2009 Not Milan / 3:41 PM Sep 30, 2010: Seedorf has cemented his place along with Gattusso for the rest of the Season , Old Wise Man he knows how to get into the coach’s good books. / 15 : 3

Real Madrid’s Kaka Will Not Come Back To Milan – Clarence Seedorf Oct 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Anthony Australia / 4:40 PM Oct 11, 2010: Sounds like someone is scared about their spot in a Rossonero shirt. Seedorf out, Kaka in?? / 15 : 5
Comment-Rosson Swe / 4:35 PM Oct 12, 2010: Seedorf just wants to have a chance at playing. If Kaka returns Seedotf is obsolete / 10 : 8
Comment-ben sg / 1:30 PM Oct 11, 2010: bad idea, slowdorf isnt going to end his milan career anytime soon. thats bad, cause hes always gonna start. the young players will all leave just like gourcuff. / 3 : 1
Comment-Hendra Indonesia / 6:40 PM Oct 11, 2010: Seedorf I’m disappointed about his comment on Kaka. No wonder Holland didn’t select him anymore. Hope Kaka change his mind even it’s impossible. / 6 : 33
Comment-bally bkk / 12:53 PM Oct 11, 2010: I’m not worry about kaka but I’m worry about you… Clarence (sometimes) / 36 : 6
Comment-Darren Malaysia / 4:26 PM Oct 11, 2010: As I know, Seedorf is leaving this summer.. Hope it is true because I am tired of seeing him play like a slow turtle ..loosing ball all the time. Enough!!! / 13 : 2
Comment-kmilan bersculani / 3:12 PM Oct 11, 2010: know…. look who woke up at the wrong side of the bed today. it seems he still wants to play and ruin everything / 13 : 4
Comment-Adam Budapest / 10:07 PM Oct 13, 2010: You should think about finishing your career for the good of the club. / 6 : 0

Real Madrid Are To Be Feared Under Jose Mourinho & Could Win The Champions League – Milan’s Clarence Seedorf Oct 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Adeebardo Toronto / 1:20 PM Oct 15, 2010: I dont get what you like about him Seedorf??? hes an ignorant looking down at every other coach including Mr. Allegri so I dont think Seedorf should be saying this. JUST WIN BOTH LEGS thats whats needed from you. / 1 : 4
Comment-Name Location / 2:18 PM Oct 15, 2010: I hope Seedorf won’t play against Real Madrid in Bernabéu this season. I admire him, so I’ll feel sorry for him if Madrid totally crush Milan. / 7 : 2

Milan Must Forget Real Madrid Loss – Clarence Seedorf Oct 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Blerim Kosova / 12:45 PM Oct 20, 2010: No no no you’re wrong Clarence…….. MILAN SHOULD FORGET YOU…… that’s what is needed. U are just like a turtle (retire for ones) / 23 : 0
Comment-gac canada / 2:41 PM Oct 21, 2010: I am a die hard Ac Milan fan, but in order to be a fan of ac milan if i have to see seedorf playing then i will rather stop watching football. Bcz playing seedorf = certain lose(big team)/struggling win(minnor seria a/cl team) + talking like he cares nothing in the press after losing match, just blows my head off. Itz really painful to see ur beloved club to lose, and itz crime to see the man who lost the match talking big on the press and doing nothing on the pitch. / 0 : 0
Comment-jide nigeria / 9:08 PM Oct 20, 2010: The next time i see seedorf in milan’s starting IX, I wont watch the match!!! It’ll be pointless to watch a midfield player who plays an entire game without a tackle!!! This milan makes us suffer and the coach just dosent get it!!! and seedorf keeps playing mind games with the coach by going to the press / 3 : 2

(JIWON: Am I too cruel?)

Real Madrid’s Kaka Will Not Come Back To Milan – Clarence Seedorf Oct 11, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Speaking about his own career, Seedorf maintains he is not ready to quit anytime soon. “Finish my career at Milan? I am not thinking about finishing,” he said.

(JIWON: Now, I find this exact information about his retirement. This is why he JUST ignored my report about MOUdrid and proudly interviewed Milan Must Forget Real Madrid Loss – Clarence Seedorf. I didn’t know that. I also didn’t know that “Going to the Press” was his kind of playing mind games with the coach.)

Editorial CL Comment: Milan Must Realise That A Seedorf-Pirlo-Gattuso Midfield Doesn’t Work Oct 20, 2010 / By Goal

AC Milan vs AS Roma: Match Report and Player Ratings Dec 18, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Nathan Lowe
(…) Seedorf (4.5): This guy has been playing old for six years. The Dutchman looked old again today. Even his creative passes were lazy afterthoughts. (…)

Champions League Milan’s Clarence Seedorf Relishing ‘Special’ Champions League Group Matches Against Familiar Foes Sep 2, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milanista121 USA / 5:41 PM Sep 2, 2010: The great Seedorf! how you can still keep on going after all the criticism is a mystery to me. A role model for everyone. Forza Clarence! Forza Milan! / 74 : 1

(JIWON: Just like Daniel Barenboim, this professional seemed to be good ONLY when he was directly insulted by fans. Basically, this is what made me sick of this professional. This was what I originally wanted to write during my previous report, PROFESSOR-04: Importance Of Midfield At Berlusconi, Ancelotti, Leonardo, Allegri, and Ronaldinho’s AC-Milan, but I couldn’t. Now, it seems that he even doesn’t care or simply too old to play regardless of any criticism.

While checking old articles and their Korean comment section, I found out something more. That Seedorf should have stepped aside and his favorite role of Trequartista should have gone to Ronaldinho. Of course, this comment was from a rossonero, who approved neither SLOWdorf nor Lazy Dinho as Milan’s ideal squad. Everybody now knows what’s happened to BOTH.)

♥JUST-IN-CASE♥

(JIWON: My collection of SLOWdorf’s interviews was done AFTER I collected quite interesting stuffs about Legend Seedorf’s PAST. Therefore, I want EVERYBODY, Mr. Galliani in particular, to answer if there is something wrong with what I’ve done so far.

ONCE AGAIN…

I must say. I get “paranoid” whenever I find a hint of “Barenboim & Co.” from any professional. Therefore, If I happened to misunderstand Legend Seedorf, I will have to make an open apology. I WILL. I will do my very best to celebrate his honorable retirement. As honorable as possible… no matter when… This is what I wrote during “Milan 0-2 Ajax (Dec 8, 2010)”.

However, if I find enough evidence to prove my suspicion, I will make this part an INDEPENDENT posting and another title will be dedicated: “Football Version Of Barenboim… bla-bla-bla…”)

(Updated on JANUARY 10, 2010) – happenings in-between

Antonio Cassano & Mario Balotelli Are Fundamental For Italy – FIGC President Giancarlo Abete Jan 7, 2011 / By Goal
Goal.com Special: Robinho, Mario Balotelli And Now Edin Dzeko – Three World Class Forwards Who Didn’t Want To Join Manchester City Jan 8, 2011 / By Goal
Edin Dzeko On ‘Ambitious’ Manchester City: Together We Can Have A Lot Of Success Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal

Gremio Declare Themselves ‘Optimistic’ Over Possible Arrival Of Ronaldinho From Milan Jan 7, 2011 / By Goal
Pele: If Ronaldinho Loves Gremio He Should Play There For Free Jan 7, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani: I Am 99% Sure Ronaldinho Will Join Flamengo Jan 8, 2011 / By Goal

Milan 4-4 Udinese: Heartstopping Goal Fest Ends In A Draw Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-jesper Brandt denmark / 10:26 PM Jan 9, 2011: I agree that seedorf is not good enough to be a starter anymore, but today was a special situation, meaning that all other midfielders was out with injury or bans. But Bonera on the other hand, get him the hell out of Milano I’m tired of seeing his sorry ass making performances reminding me of the time we had Favalli. / 27 : 0
Comment-guy better / 4:05 PM Jan 9, 2011: Bonera was horrible! He gave up 3 goals! And although Seedorf had bad moments, he tracked back and saved a couple of goals. I think fans are just venting their frustration. we need a CB and and LFB / 27 : 2

(Updated on JANUARY 10, 2010) – computer work

♥UNFINISHED PART… DUTCH LEGEND SEEDORF♥

http://www.google.com/search?q=Seedorf+Gourcuff

Please Play Gourcuff (instead of Seedorf)!!! Feb 16, 2007 / By acmilan.theoffside.com

(JIWON: Stuffs below are what I found while I was posting DRAFT on DECEMBER 19, 2010. It took couple of hours to find them. All I did was to organize them in chronological order. I also tried NOT to add my private opinion. I hate this, since I am perhaps the least intellectual in this world of football. I just don’t think that this work is manipulated, since I clicked all the interesting titles.

Then, it took days and days to understand them and some parts are still difficult to follow. I’ve just realized that I might have to find all the possible information about Search: Seedorf & Gourcuff & More. There were things that I thought “not-necessary” and failed to save during this work. “Seedorf is arguing with Ancelotti.” was one of them. Now, I want to find them again, but too tired…)

[pounds sterling]30m bonanza; Seedorf, De Boer and Van Der Sar on Fergie hit-list Mar 21, 1999 / By findarticles.com
Grandpa Fergie, on the brink of guiding Manchester United to a historic treble, is already planning a [pounds sterling]30million transfer spree on three international stars. (…) Seedorf has told Real Madrid that he wants to leave and the 24-year-old’s drive and versatility in midfield would provide competition on three fronts. The Spanish giants, whose defence of their Champions League crown ended on Wednesday with defeat by Dynamo Kiev, will demand [pounds sterling]8m for Seedorf. (…)

(JIWON: Then… Legend Seedorf joined F.C. Internazionale Milano, until he moved into A.C. Milan in 2002.)

RedCafe-Forum: Why was Seedorf being booed everytime… Nov 20, 2003 / By redcafe.net
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Comment#1-RUnited: he touched the ball? The commentator said he isn’t very popular with the Dutch fans… does anyone know why?
Comment#2-kelvinhole: probably because he’s from surinam or sth like that…
Comment#3-makaay9: because he’s often a VERY LAZY player
Comment#4-MelvinYeo: And plays too much for himself
Comment#5-Lynott: I have never seen the guy play a good game in my life. I cannot believe the clubs he has played for. I don’t see anything particularly special about him.
Comment#6-JSV: VERY INCONSISTENT player. He’s scored a fair few wonder goals in his time though.
Comment#7-Dominant: Yeah, he’s surinamese, SELF-CENTERED, plays too much for himself, and is a DISRUPTIVE INFLUENCE IN THE DRESSING ROOM. that’s enough to boo him, i guess.
Comment#8-RUnited: I understand he’s from Surinam, but isn’t Davids also from Surinam? And Kluivert too? So that argument (Surinam) doesn’t hold up IMO. It’s just strange because Heskey seems to get quite a bit of support whenever he plays for england and I don’t think he does anymore than seedorf at the international level…
Comment#9-PSV Rulezzz: He missed a penalty. Nah, we just don’t like him. He’s ARROGANT, he plays only for himself and he’s just the worst player I’ve ever seen.
Comment#10-Rams: It’s actually cos he has a EXTREMELY BIG MOUTH, he reckons he’s the greatest player in the world. Yet he has yet to play a half decent match for the Dutch national side……
Comment#11-RUnited: #9-PSV Rulezzz. that’s a strange attitude to have towards someone who’s won 3 CL cups and is always a transfer target of a big club. i can understand if he’s a disruptive member of the dutch squad, but: 1. Why is he still selected in every Dutch squad? 2. He isn’t half bad as a player. I don’t know another Dutch player who has more credentials than him on the right wing. Even if he’s a disruptive member, his credentials surely add to the value of the squad as a whole. Care to explain?
Comment#12-PSV Rulezzz: I ask the first question all the time! And the right wing is his problem. If he plays right wing, he doesn’t want to fulfill his duties for the team.
Comment#13-Kevin: ARROGANT (just a recent example: nearly demanded to start – he said THIS in an INTERVIEW on big dutch sporting programme Studio Sport), hardly ever passes the ball, CONSENSUS IN HOLLAND is that he believes the dutch national team is all about him, hardly plays a good game for us, missed important penalties, oh and have I mentioned arrogant? No one here likes him.
Comment#14-Kelvinhole: just goes on to show the abilities of dick advocaat to keep the peace in his team. ahhh, holland, the graveyard of dreams and expectations…
Comment#15-RUnited: still no one can tell me why he’s still in every Dutch Squad if he’s so hated by everyone. You mean to tell me that a fellow Dutchman such as Advocaat do not feel the same sentiments towards Seedorf? There must be a good reason for it then.
Comment#16-Kevin: I am not sure what you are trying to proof with this. Are you implying that Seedorf is popular after all because Advocaat picks him? Or are just trying to say it’s injustice to dislike him because he’s good? For the latter, you really have to live in this country and know the HISTORY HE’S HAD WITH US SINCE AGES AGO. He’s generally disliked here, is it so strange that that a coach picks a player no one else likes or rates? For the latter, Heskey is just one of many examples. What has ONE coach’s individual sentiment got to do with what everyone in the country thinks? Not the first time a nation or a club’s fans wonder why the hell a certain coach is picking a player time and again. And advocaat usually just puts him on the bench anyway. Advocaat isn’t playing him much and Seedorf’s latest appearance on NOS, where he almost DEMANDED to be in the starting lineup and CRITICIZED Advocaat, shows that it’s not fine and dandy at all between the two. You may rate him, and I agree he’s not half bad, but he’s a ballhogging fool, HIS MENTALITY IS NOT RIGHT and it affects the team and its performance.
Comment#17-rOnaldo[7]: didn’t know that he’s so hated by everyone. maybe he cant get along well with team mates because i think he has played for quite a few clubs already.
Comment#18-Stanley Road: #1-RUnited. A) He’s crap B) That effort he missed against the jox, Thats his common GREEDINESS. C) See a…….. Or b
Comment#19-Gazza: He’s the worst player to have won the CL with three different clubs that’s for sure.
Comment#20-RUnited: #16-Kevin. Truth is i’m not trying to prove anything.. simply trying to find out why he was being whistled and booed everytime he got the ball. If there was a good reason for it then surely the national manager (Advocaat in this instance) would have left him out of the squad, but yet he has been included in all of them whenever he’s fit to play. You also mentioned that things are not dandy between Advocaat and Seedorf.. which raises another question: Why in the world is a player who’s disliked by both fans and manager still picked in every game? Some people claim he’s no good.. if he is no good then surely he should be left out of the squad. If he’s in it, it means he’s a good player and they can’t afford to have a team without him in it despite everyone hating his guts. About Heskey.. that’s different.. no one ever boos him in an English International game.. Sven has also said many times he feels Heskey contributes to the team despite never scoring a decent goal.. plus the fact that England have not so many talents at the front.. Heskey is practically the only English who can play the way he does and plays for a so-called big team of England.. he’s big, he can bring the ball down and distribute.. if you notice, other forwards and strikers of England are not so tall and not so strong.. so basically Sven has no choice but to pick heskey.. and the fans don’t boo him either..

(JIWON: Whether this is one interesting debate or simply-harassment, I find that this group didn’t find a clear answer. And then, I find that “Seedorf’s articles since 2007” are what I mostly got during this simple research.)

Clarence Seedorf paints picture of hunger and intelligence Feb 14, 2010 / By Guardian
(…) Silverware has been plentiful, but some question whether Seedorf’s personality has, at times, caused him undue problems. Highly articulate – he is studying for a masters degree in business – Seedorf is refreshingly expressive and opinionated – but in football terms that means outspoken. (…) His readiness to speak his mind has not been welcomed by everyone. During Euro 2000 a Dutch public opinion poll showed 81% against his inclusion in the squad, but Seedorf seems genuinely hurt by the suggestion that he is contentious – or unpopular. “Wherever I go the fans are warm to me, even from Inter,” he says. “I think I’m outspoken, but I think people respect me for that. Who does not talk cannot be judged. Who does not shoot the penalty cannot miss.” (…)

Clarence Seedorf: “Not interested in World Cup” Dec 9, 2009 / By dutch-football.com
It is now certain that Clarence Seedorf will not star at next summer’s World Cup in South Africa. The AC Milan-midfielder with 87 caps is not hoping for a phone call from Holland boss Bert van Marwijk anymore. “With this coach I do not wish to go to the World Cup,” Seedorf told Dutch magazine Voetbal International this week. The discussion about Seedorf returning to the national team of the Netherlands has fired up because of his good performances for AC Milan recently. But despite of his playing well he did not get called up, not even when Sneijder, Robben and Van Persie were all out with an injury last month. “Now that there has been some discussion about my returning to the national team I decided to clear up some things myself,” Seedorf says. “The boss needn’t call me, if ever he intended to. I have closed the book on the World Cup. When Van Basten was coach I returned under similar circumstances and it didn’t go well. I do not wish to go go through that again.” In 2008 Seedorf was part of Marco van Basten’s preselection for Euro 2008, but in the weeks before the tournament he decided not to be available. Since the arrival of Bert van Marwijk Seedorf has not received an invitation. “When I decided not to come to Euro 2008 I said that I would be available after the tournament. My pulling out of the squad had everything to do with the situation at the time. Of course it has been bugging me that it doesn’t seem to matter how well I play at Milan. I have always had the ambition to do well at a World Cup.”

Seedorf joins BBC’s World Cup team Apr 22, 2010 / By BBC

(JIWON: Therefore, Legend Seedorf joined BBC during the latest World Cup 2010.)

WORLD CUP 2010: Clarence Seedorf has the class to admit that Dutch are lucky Jul 8, 2010 / By dailymail.co.uk
Seedorf tells Italy to use youngsters Jul 4, 2010 / By soccernet.espn

(JIWON: Therefore, these were Legend Seedorf’s public opinions.)

Clarence Seedorf paints picture of hunger and intelligence Feb 14, 2010 / By Guardian
(…) “There were many problems. I came from a country where people expressed their opinions. The mentality in Italy is to shut up and run. That’s it in a nutshell. When things go bad don’t discuss it, just run harder. In Holland it’s: ‘Let’s sit down and discuss things until we understand what the problem is.'” … Mediterranean football culture … In Italy everything was about being a hard worker. I like to be strategic when I play football, but people who don’t understand the game cannot appreciate that. (…)

Clarence Seedorf paints picture of hunger and intelligence Feb 14, 2010 / By Guardian
(…) Seedorf is refreshingly expressive and opinionated – but in football terms that means outspoken. (…) His readiness to speak his mind has not been welcomed by everyone. During Euro 2000 a Dutch public opinion poll showed 81% against his inclusion in the squad (…) Whatever his own view, over the years stories have circulated about infamous run-ins with managers and players. Famously Fabio Capello, then manager of Real Madrid, was alleged to have thrown his jacket at Seedorf because the player was talking tactics at half-time, shouting: “If you know it all so well, you be the coach!” Seedorf plays down the story as, “a discussion about nothing” (…)

(JIWON: Therefore, Legend Seedorf’s utmost professionalism seems to be welcomed only in Italian league, where Italian players should SHUT UP and just RUN while Legend Seedorf keeps TALKING.)

♥UNFINISHED PART… MILAN LEGEND SEEDORF… & ANCELOTTI♥

Carlo Ancelotti : 2001 – 2009 (…with Kaka 2003-2009 & Gourcuff 2006-2009…)
Leonardo : 2009 – 2010
Massimiliano Allegri : 2010 –

(JIWON: Just in case folks are still confused about Milan history… just as I do… 😉 )

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Please Play Gourcuff (instead of Seedorf)!!! Feb 16, 2007 / By acmilan.theoffside.com
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Comment-Matt: I agree Gourcuff should be played more, but Seedorf isn’t as bad as u say he is. Right now he is doing pretty well and arguably Milan’s best player at some parts in the game. But I agree he should give it to more of the fast paced players so they can have a go.

Please Play Gourcuff (instead of Seedorf)!!! Feb 16, 2007 / By acmilan.theoffside.com
Since the arrival of Yoann Goucuff I thought that they would finally start to look more TOWARDS THE FUTURE and incorporate the younger players into the system. That has not happened yet this season, besides some rare appearance from Gourcuff and Aubameyang. This is my plea to Ancelotti to play Gourcuff instead of Seedorf. Relax Seedorf fans, I plan to make my reason’s known. The first reason and most important reason is that Seedorf style is NOT CONSISTENT with the style of play that Milan are used to. When Milan is going on the counter-attack Seedorf tends to want to slow the pace of the game down for some reason. One of the main REASONS THAT MILAN HAS BEEN SO EFFECTIVE in the past years is that they beat teams with the pace that they went at teams. Now with Seedorf wanting to slow down the pace every chance he gets it’s really hurting the team. I have seen it a hundred times this year; Pirlo touches the ball to Seedorf, Seedorf holds on to the ball when Oddo or Cafu or Jankulovski are running down the touch lines and then Seedorf decides that he wants to SLOW THE PACE DOWN so he holds on, gives it back to Pirlo and then Pirlo has no other options than to give it back to Seedorf. Don’t get me wrong I’m not blaming it all on Seedorf, but he has been the one MOST OUT OF FORM this year. Why would Milan want to slow down the pace of the game when they have players like Kaka and Oddo who have tremdous pace?
The second reason that I would play Goucuff over Seedorf is that Seedorf has been VERY INCONSISTENT this season. He starts a game of wonderfully and then all of a sudden Seedorf disappears into thin air and can’t be seen until near the end of the game. He has turned to a playing style that is very inconsistent with the rest of the team. The only player that I can think of that has this style, with the skill of Seedorf, is Deco. Seedorf gets involved in the game ONLY IF his teammates get him involved. His inconsistency isn’t in only part’s of the game it also takes place from game to game. He is the Dr. Jackly/Mr.Hyde of Milan. On a good day you see Seedorf playing at the level that many of us have groen to see and respect over the years, and the next day he plays like he just started playing at the pro level. (…)

Seedorf: An explosion of emotions Jun 4, 2007 / By fifa.com
While Kaka has taken most of the plaudits during AC Milan’s inexorable march towards UEFA Champions League glory in Athens, the resurgent form of the Brazilian’s midfield foil, Clarence Seedorf was just as crucial to the Rossoneri’s success. (…)
Q: And you have also been playing in a new role this season. Tell us about that.
Seedorf: I’ve finally been given the chance to play in the position I prefer: a little bit further up the pitch, and more central – just behind the two forwards. I’ve scored 10 goals this season, which I consider a really good achievement. Physically I’m in perfect shape, the coach trusts me and the club always aims high. It’s difficult to go wrong when you play for Milan.” (…)

(JIWON: No matter what, I find that the public definition about INCONSISTENT SLOWdorf’s EGO has been same. Then, Legend Seedorf becomes media’s darling. Here goes my curiosity. Was Seedorf the ONLY player, who went to the press, or were there anyone else? If Seedorf was just one of them, I can’t blame Seedorf’s big mouth, since there might be no option but to answer like this. However… If Legend Seedorf was the ONLY one…)

Seedorf, where will he fits in??? Jul 16, 2008 / By Milanforum
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Comment#1-Gabriel489 / Hong Kong: “Seedorf, where will he fits in???” Just starting this thread b/c I wonder what you guys think Seedorf will do at the moment. Ideally speaking, if he drops back to Ambro’s role. Milan Midfield will be amazing with “Flamini-Pirlo-Seedorf / Kaka-R10.” However, will he do it is another question.
Comment#2-Giancarlo: Seedorf hopefully will… I hope he doesn’t complain too much. He’s a strong player… lets not get that wrong… but he has his ego… he hopefully shouldn’t feel the need to go too far ahead to attack now we have Ronaldinho. We’ll see what happens in friendly matches.
Comment#3-remote2book: that is a really good lineup just one DM (who is better technically than ambro and gattuso) and pirlo and seedorf with r10 and kaka this would take a lot of pressure off kaka since he will have another fast player (hopefully) along side with him to run up and down the field cant wait for the friendlies to see how carlo tries different tactics
Comment#4-Gabriel489 / Hong Kong: I hope he stays too, BUT HIS EGO IS REALLY A PROBLEM. Too bad Abate is leaving as I think he can be an ultimate sub in Milan
Comment#5-kris: Seedorf is there both for rotation behind the strikers and to be used in his old role. Well at least I hope he will be used in his old role. that would be a team to fear and brush aside the smaller teams.
Comment#6-Jim_UK / England: Firstly he should not play his “old” role, that’s just a big mistake for 2 reasons: 1- We’ll end up with a bitter player on our hands and tension in the dressing room. 2- HE HASN’T GOT THE LEGS TO PLAY THERE regularly anyway. We might be able to get away with it for say 20 mins of some matches against certain teams. But against any hard working midfield, that trio will just get over run time & time again. // When he plays he should be used in an attacking position, this obviously depends on the formation and the situation we find ourselves in. It could be behind 2 players or alongside a striker or possibly even out on the wing. ONE THIS IS FOR SURE, he’s been a first choice for 5 years now and HE HAS TO ACCEPT THAT IT’S TIME FOR SOMEONE ELSE TO TAKE HIS PLACE. Obviously it doesn’t mean he’s to be an outcast, but he shouldn’t be forced into the side just because of his ego/name, especially if it’s to the detriment of the team. Additionally, what is the deal with Abate? I thought he’d been loaned out to Torino, but then i read we’re offering him a 4 year deal and he’ll stay with us. If he hasn’t been loaned, i think we should keep him as he could be ideal for us, especially if we play a 4-2-3-1 formation ( i know we won’t but i can dream )
Comment#7-_Ace: Abate is offered a 5 years contract I think, not four, and he will play one more season on loan, and then come back to the San Siro
Comment#8-kris: #6-Jim_UK. He should play there for this reason: We play our best football when he plays there. He played there just one game last season and that was our best game…
Comment#9-Jim_UK / England: We may play slightly better attacking football when he plays there, but we’re far less stable defensively because the bottom line is he just can’t cut in a position that requires alot of energy and stamina. He has no desire to play that role, so why force him to? Flamini is the man to take that position and i think he’ll do a good job too.
Comment#10-Nalx: Seedorf must play anywhere Carletto asks him to. With Dinho’s arrival he can’t expect to be played throughout the match when he’s having a bad game.
Comment#11-Giancarlo: I just wish Seedorf would understand IT’S BETTER TO PROVIDE MORE QUALITY… INSTEAD OF JUST A LOT OF SUB-PAR QUANTITY… if he’s in better shape, he’ll contribute more when it is most necessary. I know he’s probably not very happy right now… but he’ll have to put his ego away.
Comment#12-Vadim (Moderator) / Chicago: #5-kris. I’ve just been thinking about this and actually wanted to start a thread on the subject. I really hope he’ll be used in his old role too, except with a little adjustment. In our old 4-3-1-2 he played on the left side of the midfield: “Gattuso-Pirlo-Seedorf” // Not that he was a pure left midfielder by any means, but he tended to drift off to the left and provide support for the left fullback. Ronaldinho is the type of player that also drifts off to the left, so I believe having him, Clarence, and the left FB, probably Jankulovski, will be too much. What I’d like to see is Seedorf being moved off to the right and the DM playing on the left, like Ambro does in the X-mas tree. Basically something like this: “Seedorf-Pirlo-DM (Flamini/Rino/Ambro/Whoever) & “Kaka Ronaldinho” & “Pato” // Thoughts?
Comment#13-Kerlz: Seedorf’s latest comments have been harsh but direct. HE SHOWED HOW BIG HIS EGO IS with his comments and by then end of the summer, i wont be surprised if he asks to be sold.
Comment#14-Gabriel489 / Hong Kong: To be honest, I think Seedorf will stay for this year, as he knows Dinho will be playing in Beijing and if he plays well during that time, he will in his mind bump Dinho off the starting 11. But by next season, he will be sold
Comment#15-Siregar: It’s better if Seedorf plays as right MC Regarding the defence as our right defence was always better at defending (Nesta+Oddo/Bonera comparing to Janku/Favalli+Khaladze). If Seedorf fails to cover the right-midfield area for some times, Nesta and the right fullback (I hope Bonera) can cover the empty room left by Seedorf. I suppose here that Zambrotta plays on the left side of the defence. Seedorf can bring the ball either with left or right foot but he kicks the ball or creates a cross better using his right foot. He failed pretty often to deliver delicate crosses from the left of Milan side. The other problem is if the DM we have can play in the left side well or not. Ambrossini has showed us that he can play on the left side (even his defence was not that great). I doubt Gattuso can be better to play on the left side as he is a pure right-footed. It would be very hard for Gattuso to help the wingback to create crosses to the striker. But again, we have R10. What the DM to do in that respective position is only to defence, not like Gattuso’s job last seasons when he also needed to support the attack very often. With Flamini, I have no doubt. He will be able to play in all positions in the midfield. I do think, Seedorf could play on the right centre of the midfield. If necessary, Flamini can take Pirlo’s role and let Pirlo take left MC’ role to cover Seedorf position when Milan is attacking (the job which can only be done by Flamini IMO). But I don’t it will be necessary because Pirlo today is a very different version to the 2002/03’s one with respect to his defensive skill except Carlo wants to push very hard from the left side (Zambro+Pirlo+R10 ).
Comment#16-rt9 / Thailand: Agreed with kris. He would be rotated between his old role and AS A SUB FOR DINHO/KAKA. I think he will get his fair share of games and at the very least, we can field an ultra-attacking line-up with him in left midfield and can then “tighten up” with a DM coming on when we’re leading.
Comment#17-Rico: WITH THE NEW ARRIVALS SEEDORF WILL HAVE TO WORK FOR A PLACE IN THE TEAM. I think this is good not only for Seedorf but also for those players who were mentally too weak last season by not showing what they’re worth.
Comment#18-nestaran_kaka / Malaysia: Seedorf and dinho is advantage ac milan…Yeah!!! For I view, seedorf is the best a footballer in Denver with worldwide possessed by milan but to avoid this player push aside from squad milan to watch this season, we must ignore player as ambrossini (as substitution). Hereabouts I also eager submit formation I sense should be for ac milan to watch this season. // Goalkeeper(uncertainty), defender (Zambrotta, Nesta, Kaladze, Oddo), Midfielder (Gattuso, Flamini, Pirlo, Seedorf), Attacking Midfielder (Dinho And Kaka). // My reason no need striker because, kaka are the players can net goal although without the presence dinho, with the presence dinho then we will increase more strong and might will boost double champion.

Clarence Seedorf Perfect for Arsenal? Nov 26, 2008 / By BleacherReport, James Tucker (Contributor)
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Comment-Fidel Leblanc: He’s too attack minded. (…)

(JIWON: They are still talking about Seedorf’s EGO. They are also talking about Seedorf’s Sub-Par Quantity. This is very different from or almost opposite to the media’s description. And then, Seedorf is considered to be SUB for DINHO/KAKA. This is something new for me. Hasn’t Kaka been called the main obstacle for Dinho’s Milan in the comment section elsewhere? Their constant report made me believe that Legend Seedorf’s social status inside Milan is always ABOVE that of Lazy Dinho, and Legend Seedorf used to function as a dressing room trainer to drive Lazy Dinho. Weird… Something more weird is that this debate ended with Seedorf’s die-hard fan.)

♥UNFINISHED PART… MILAN LEGEND SEEDORF… & LEO♥

Carlo Ancelotti : 2001 – 2009 (…with Kaka 2003-2009 & Gourcuff 2006-2009…)
Leonardo : 2009 – 2010

Rossoneri Blog video of the day: Clarence Seedorf Jul 2, 2009 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) Recently has been linked with Ajax return which he rejected. But is still a wonderful player (…)

Seedorf: I’m recovering well, and will play Milan-derby Aug 24, 2009 / By rossoneriblog.com

Serie A: AC Milan 0 – Inter Milan 4, more than a lost respect Aug 30, 2009 / By rossoneriblog.com
Shame, Embarrassment, Humiliation, Disappointment, Disgrace – what any other words can describe the 200th derby between Milan and Inter. (…) A thing you can’t say about AC Milan players, Ronaldinho in particular. … He didn’t do so much. He was like a black hole at Milan. (…) The most stupid thing is this horrible game was Gennaro Gattuso and Leonardo’s lace in experienced. The veteran midfielder got hurt during the match and asked for a replacement, when the result board point out on zero-zero. However, Leonardo, who bided the time all along, kept Gattuso in the match and called Clarence in. However, Gattuso, who was the captain in the match, couldn’t block Inter player and got his second yellow card of this game, and sent off. (…) For the past weeks, Berlusconi told Leonardo to open Inter clash with Clarence Seedorf in the number 10 position, Alexandre Pato in the middle, and Ronaldinho on the edge of the box. Leonardo didn’t do it and showed Berlusconi well, who’s in charge over the squad. However, the result showed he’s wrong, and Berlusconi might get Leo fired, but no-one believes he would. (…) Gattuso told Leonardo he wants a replacement after felt in bad. However, Leonardo, who wanted to replace Gattuso with Clarence Seedorf, took the time. Meanwhile on the pitch, impatience Gattuso made his self sent off after got his second yellow card following a foul on Sneijder. Gattuso was very upset about it and threw Massimo Ambrosini’s armband on the field, and just went away. Now it seemed very hopeless for AC Milan, who were only with TEN men on the football field. However, when you think it can’t get any worse, you WRONG, as the third goal of the Nerazzuri arrived. (…)

I ask pardon – AC Milan midfielder Clarence Seedorf Sep 1, 2009 / By rossoneriblog.com
One of the main reasons for the chaos in AC Milan’s 4-0 defeat against Inter Milan spoke today, explaining why he took too much time to get dressed as a football player. (…) Leonardo called Clarence Seedorf to warm up, and stayed with Gattuso in the match. Seedorf took some extra time of preparations before entered instead of Gattuso, but then Gattuso got his red and sent off. The substitution was cancelled and Gattuso yelled at everybody for keeping him in the match. “I think THIS IS AN INSULT TO MY PROFESSIONALISM. It’s very simple, [I was wearing the sneakers because] I returned from an injury that lasted 40 days and I had some soreness in my calf,” Seedorf, who’s been criticized by few people for his delay, explained to Sky Sport 24. “If I have to apologize for that, I also ask your pardon, it is not a problem. I believe that I demonstrated in the second-half by playing well. IN MY CAREER I’VE ALWAYS ACTED LIKE A PROFESSIONAL or at least like someone who is willing to give his all to the team,” he concluded.

(JIWON: Which word should be used in order to express my feeling? OMG or Speechless or Jesus Christ or…? I was not THERE, and I’ve always read that this Milan’s 4-0 defeat was purely due to brainless Gattuso’s aggressive performance resulting in the red card. Now, this old article says that injured Gattuso was just one reason and “LEO+Seedorf” was another… BIG reason. Well… No matter what… people will always remember that intelligent LEO was a diligent hard working coach and professional Seedorf did a terrific job during the second half and it was hot-tempered Gattuso who should be blamed. Well…)

Rossoneri Blog video of the day: Clarence Seedorf Jul 2, 2009 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-snirz says: 🙂

Seedorf: I’m recovering well, and will play Milan-derby Aug 24, 2009 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-snirz says: Good to hear it. Inter is hard match, Seedorf is the right man for a match like this!

I ask pardon – AC Milan midfielder Clarence Seedorf Sep 1, 2009 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-snirz says: I hope that will not happen again. He took SO MUCH time to change his shoes… Too bad Gattuso made this foolish foul cost Milan further two goals.

(JIWON: Interestingly, I find that one Rossonero or Seedorf’s fan posted in all Seedorf’s articles. Just in case…)

AC Milan Must Trust Leonardo To Solve Attacking Problems – Clarence Seedorf Oct 13, 2009 / By Goal
The Dutch midfielder has tried to analyse where the Rossoneri are going wrong…

AC Milan Must Trust Leonardo To Solve Attacking Problems – Clarence Seedorf Oct 13, 2009 / By Goal
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Comment-DC Canada / 4:21 PM Oct 13, 2009: Isn’t this guy supposed to help the attack as an attacking midfielder, great supporting the team Seedorf / 11 : 3
Comment-Milanista121 USA / 5:00 PM Oct 13, 2009: You just gotta Love Seedorfs commitment for the whole team, a real team player is what he is. And “DC Canada”. That was just dumb, he said that the attack isn’t so good and he also is one who is part of it. Grow up. / 8 : 10
Comment-Maaz Canada / 4:23 PM Oct 13, 2009: haha, Seedorf trying to divert attention from the fact that Milan’s midfield is deplorable. A big part of the attackers not scoring is the lack of proper service. / 21 : 6
Comment-Maaz Canada / 6:11 PM Oct 13, 2009: I am laughing at the ignorance of some people “You gotta love Seedorf’s commitment”, “he should be a captain”. I hope Berlusconi and Leonardo dont think like this (i know Galliani does) otherwise i see no hope for Milan for several years into the future. / 9 : 5
Comment-noone special unknown / 7:10 PM Oct 13, 2009: This is deff. a good interview from seedorf, as he usually is professional with his words.. i have to disagree with what seedorf is trying to say.. our attackers are fine, with pato and huntelaar, we just need a more creative/younger midfield to be able to get the balls to our attackers.. we need to focus on our midfield in the coming transfer window, or else it will not be good for us in the latter part of the season.. forza milan / 8 : 1
Comment-jsmith Milan Empire / 7:21 PM Oct 13, 2009: The attacking problems come from midfield, which, in part, from Seedorf. / 6 : 1
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 8:21 PM Oct 13, 2009: No Maaz, it’s not our midfield even though you want to claim that. Our attack isn’t working. Our strikers aren’t scoring. The midfield makes numerous chances (USUALLY FROM PIRLO), and the strikers blow them. Lets hope Pato and Huntelaar can get their striking shoes on fast. / 4 : 15
Comment-Maaz Canada / 9:07 PM Oct 13, 2009: Giancarlo, a team that will play Gattuso and Ambrosini in midfield and Seedorf as TREQUARTISTA is a joke. Ronaldinho has his off days but if the team looks to Seedorf as an alternative, they have their work cut out for them. The attackers are far from impressive but that is to be expected. WHEN THE CORE OF YOUR TEAM IS HORRIBLE, your game suffers, you concede, you miss, get frustrated and spiral into abyss. Milan needs a stronger midfield and more DEPTH in defense. Pirlo needs help…. / 13 : 1
Comment-adipulo jakarta / 11:37 PM Oct 13, 2009: the worst thing is that not only our midfielders are not creative, they are also old, thus lack pace and stamina. if Leo gives a chance to the youngsters in the midfield, even if they are not creative enough at least with their determination they will win the ball in the midfield most of the time, and eventually the ball will be sent forward to be goals. / 4 : 1
Comment-Gaban Germany / 12:51 AM Oct 14, 2009: No Clarence, not the attack but the midfield is our most serious problem, especially in the TREQUARTISTA position. Then both wing backs come at 2nd place to be solved, it’s very difficult for attackers to score when the midfield isn’t able to create chances. Forza Milan… / 14 : 1
Comment-Andriy Medan, Indonesia / 3:18 AM Oct 14, 2009: He wasnt referring to the strikers only but the attacking department which means the TREQUARTISTA/attacking midfield included to be blame. / 10 : 0
Comment-jacky UK / 7:51 AM Oct 14, 2009: Come on Seedorf. Just grab the ball and slam it in the back of the net by yourself. Show those kids how to score DUDE! Lol that would be funny. / 5 : 0

(JIWON: Surprise. I saved this while I was doing DRAFT. It was around Dec 19, 2010, and as I mentioned before, I also found Korean comment section talking about Seedorf or Dinho’s TREQUARTISTA. It is NOW that I only realize those TWO opinions have been same… OR… at the very least… Trequartista is not Seedorf’s role, regardless of Seedorf’s claim that he was born with this role.)

AC Milan Must Trust Leonardo To Solve Attacking Problems – Clarence Seedorf Oct 13, 2009 / By Goal
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Comment-Tajudeen Nigeria / 2:37 AM Oct 14, 2009: Seedorf is a great player, but the problem of milan is the PRESIDENT OF MILAN.. He just buy player anyhow.. Kudos to pato. Dont worry everything will be alright soon. / 10 : 0

Seedorf: The Change Of Coach Has Given An Extra Motivation Nov 24, 2009 / By rossoneriblog.com
CLARENCE SEEDORF has been a vital part in Leonardo’s game, but he knows that he must prove his worth in every game in front of the Brazilian coach. The Dutchman believes that this ‘new Milan’ can reach great highs this season. (…)

(JIWON: Then again… only Owner Berlusconi should be kicked out of HIS Milan. It is also during this same week that Korean comment section reported that Italian Trio, “Gattuso+Pirlo+Ambro”, were completely wrecked and Pirlo should have gone to Chelsea.)

Clarence Seedorf paints picture of hunger and intelligence Feb 14, 2010 / By Guardian
The Dutch master has played for some of the world’s greatest managers, is the only player to win the Champions League with three different clubs and, though battling an injury, is desperate to play against Manchester United. (…)

(JIWON: Then again… Legend Seedorf was/is Media’s darling… just as LEO was/is…)

Clarence Seedorf: Leonardo Exit Talk Is Unsettling Milan Apr 26, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ivan Milan / 2:15 AM 27-Apr-2010: Seedorf only does talking to the Media. On the Pitch he is nowhere to be seen. Thats why Milan is Fighting for 4th Spot. Forza Milan. / 1 : 1

Leonardo on Berlusconi: “Only few people know about football.” May 3, 2010 / By calciomercato
After the win against Fiorentina last Saturday, Leonardo is preparing to say goodbye to AC Milan and did not spare his president, Berlusconi, from criticism: “I have understood that only a few people know about football”. However, he had nice words for Galliani: “He helped me a lot and I learned from him. We are different but we compliment each other”. AC Milan’s fans are on Leonardo’s side (…)

Seedorf questions Becks motivation Mar 15, 2010 / By fourfourtwo.com
Milan’s Seedorf backs Beckham return Mar 15, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: Of course… Seedorf keeps going to the press… Meanwhile… LEO couldn’t handle too much pressure and became a quitter… ooops sorry… got fired. I now find that THOSE happened at the same time. I mean… Leonardo on Berlusconi: “Only few people know about football.” and Clarence Seedorf: Leonardo Exit Talk Is Unsettling Milan. Interesting…)

♥UNFINISHED PART… MILAN LEGEND SEEDORF… & ALLERGY♥

Leonardo : 2009 – 2010
Massimiliano Allegri : 2010 –

Seedorf tells Italy to use youngsters Jul 4, 2010 / By soccernet.espn
(…) Italy, the world champions in 2006, suffered a hugely disappointing World Cup in South Africa as ageing stars like X failed to replicate their success last time around. (…) “I believe an era has come to an end with important players and they need to rebuild. Italy don’t have a problem in terms of changing generations as the young talent is there, even if they should be welcomed into big clubs with more patience,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport/Inter. (…)

(JIWON: Interview above was what Legend Seedorf believed during World Cup 2010.)

Milan veteran set for January exit? CLARENCE SEEDORF might leave. Sep 10, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
According to reports, Milan Dutchman Seedorf is considering to leave in January after lost his place in the starting line-up for younger players. The player has been linked with Los Angeles Galaxy, New York Red Bulls and Al-Ahli after he has already hinted he would like to play in the US. (…)

Champions League Milan Midfielder Clarence Seedorf Hails Coach Massimiliano Allegri Sep 16, 2010 / By Goal
Italy Clarence Seedorf: Milan Must Solve Defensive Issue As Scoring Is Not Our Problem Sep 22, 2010 / By Goal
Italy No One Is Indispensable At Milan, But We Are All Behind Massimiliano Allegri – Clarence Seedorf Sep 30, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Must Forget Real Madrid Loss – Clarence Seedorf Oct 20, 2010 / By Goal

Real Madrid’s Kaka Will Not Come Back To Milan – Clarence Seedorf Oct 11, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Speaking about his own career, Seedorf maintains he is not ready to quit anytime soon. “Finish my career at Milan? I am not thinking about finishing,” he said.

Real Madrid’s Kaka Will Not Come Back To Milan – Clarence Seedorf Oct 11, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-ben sg / 1:30 PM Oct 11, 2010: bad idea, slowdorf isnt going to end his milan career anytime soon. thats bad, cause hes always gonna start. the young players will all leave just like gourcuff. / 3 : 1

(JIWON: Therefore… SIX months later… NO youngsters in NO Italian clubs but Seedorf’s Milan.)

(Updated on JANUARY 12, 2010) – happenings in-between

Ronaldinho And Flamengo Reach Verbal Agreement For Transfer – Report Jan 10, 2011 / By Goal
OFFICIAL: Ronaldinho Joins Flamengo Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal
New Flamengo Signing Ronaldinho Delighted To Return To Brazil Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal

Kris Voakes’ Calcio Debate: Time For Clarence Seedorf To Join Ronaldinho In The Milan Reject Bin Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Veteran Clarence Seedorf Apologises For Recent Errors Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Have Everything In Their Own Hands – Massimiliano Allegri Jan 10, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Paris Cyprus / 3:26 PM Jan 10, 2011: Not for long. You don’t have the psychological ability to lead without fear of someone to catch up. FORZA INTER!! / 12 : 70
Comment-Marko USA / 3:44 PM Jan 10, 2011: Paris is right. Inter have 2 games in hand: Cesena and Fiorentina. If they gain those 6 points, they are only 5 points behind Milan. Defeat Milan in the next derby, brings it down to 2 points…. / 8 : 45
Comment-Mohamed Haji Mogadishu, Somalia / 3:45 PM Jan 10, 2011: Yeah that is it but u know wt there is nothing in our hands since u prefer players like Seedorf and Ponera to play 4 MILAN, i think u needed 2 realize ur mistakes game in game out but that is not happening, i never liked ur makeshift management coz we lost good players and and the game itself like against AJAX where u wld have done better and still u r the same….here is not Cagliari so think and act like a world class couch while there is yet time. / 5 : 14

(Updated on JANUARY 12, 2010) – computer work

♥MILAN’S SLOWdorf TO RUN HIS PRIVATE BUSINESS… TOO BUSY/TIRED TO PLAY, ANYWAY.♥

1. Ancelotti’s Legend Seedorf starts his private business in December 2005.
2. LEO’s Idealistic Seedorf buys Italian football club around June 19, 2009.
3. Allergy’s SLOWdorf keen on Business Partnership with the MLS around Dec 13, 2010
4. From time to time, SLOWdorf has to hop a flight to London in order to join another profession, as TV commentator.
5. Currently, how many multiple jobs Legend Seedorf is running while walking and stumbling on the MILAN pitch?

Clarence Seedorf paints picture of hunger and intelligence Feb 14, 2010 / By Guardian
(…) Seedorf is deeply spiritual, and does not touch alcohol or coffee. He describes himself as a “volcano” off the pitch, dividing his time between his sports-business company and his humanitarian commitments. His charity has pioneered an educational playground model for use in developing countries around the world, and his work has brought him into contact with Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Kofi Annan. Former club psychologist at Milan describes him as closer to the personality type of a coach than a footballer. “He talked 10% like a player, 70% like a coach, and 20% like a general manager,” he says, “I’ve never seen such a strong personality.” (…) “Footballers are role models. At the One Young World summit [in London] last week I spoke about the responsibility we have as sportsmen in the public eye. Yes it is a shame that the story came out, but paparazzi and tabloids are just part of society and you as a sports celebrity should be aware of the risk.”

(JIWON: Please don’t get me wrong. Football players, except Paolo Maldini or Javier Zanetti or Yashin Award Winner, retire during their thirties. (… They need to make a living and money is only a part of reason for better life. Isn’t it better for AC-Milan to boast having more MORAL, more INTELLIGENT, and more ENTERTAINING players off the pitch? Isn’t it better for Milan Owner Berlusconi to watch his priceless players grow MORE into another professional after collecting countless trophies… FOR BERLUSCONI STADIUM?)

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🙂 P.S.3: “Italian-Troublemaker-Jr.” Or “€30M-Wonderkid” To Conquer The English-Premier-League. Just In Case This “Brilliant-Little-Brat” Wants To Make A Timely, Spectacular U-Turn After Suffering A Bit Of Homesickness For Serie-A. Berlusconi’s AC-Milan In Particular… (Jul 29 – Aug ?, 2010)
PART-?b: Whether “Italian Little Brat” Joins EPL Or La-Liga, His New Home Will Prove To Be A Headquarters Of “Lavish Spending Spree”.
(Updated on JULY 14, 2010)
Massimo Moratti: “Bring €40 million (£33m) and Balotelli could leave.” Jul 2, 2010 / By soccernet.espn
JIWON: I also realize that Italy is where both INTER and this AGENT can find themselves above Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio. (…) Whether this AGENT works for INTER or not, I kind of understand why this boy … hum-what-do-i-say… AC-Milan. (…) I laughed when ‘The Brat’ passes (high school) exam as Blues set for mega bid, ho-ho. It was one of the funniest stuffs to read during this computer work. Isn’t it easy to imagine this boy’s frustrated face during the exam? I laughed more when I read that his fellow defender edged him for grades. (Just 2 points, though). I couldn’t stop laughing when this boy was so happy that he now wanted to go to university. (… a pure laughter, please…) Then, I wonder again. Isn’t this AGENT that is treating his young player a black immigrant slave, who is valuable only when he makes money for his company? Weird that no other Italian clubs but AC-Milan express concern or strong interest while this AGENT encourages or even-maneuvers this teenager or so-called genius’ childish behaviors. (…)

(JIWON: Precisely, this was one of the reasons that got me involved in “Balotelli’s Transfer Saga”. Please don’t get me wrong. It never means that I still laugh whenever I think of ‘The Brat’ passes (high school) exam. I am no more interested in this affair. I’m tired out. I’m just sick of watching all those ridiculous happenings inside and outside Italy. Nor do I want to see Papa’s boy run away from Mama Mancini’s Arab-City without fixing his MENTAL problem, especially when he is suffering more of PHYSICAL problem.)

Man City striker Balotelli: Do not believe Italian media rumours Dec 29, 2010 / tribalfootball.com

Italian chief Abete seeks to wind in ego of Man City striker Balotelli Dec 23, 2010 / tribalfootball.com
Prandelli tipping big 2011 for Man City striker Balotelli: If he improves attitude Dec 28, 2010 / tribalfootball.com
Prandelli says Man City striker Balotelli must show teammates greater respect Dec 30, 2010 / tribalfootball.com

Big sister acting as Balotelli babysitter at Man City Jan 2, 2011 / tribalfootball.com
Man City striker Balotelli facing more knee surgery Jan 7, 2011 / tribalfootball.com
Man City boss Mancini admits Balotelli knees a concern Jan 12, 2011 / tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: I now think that EVERYBODY involved in this story, starting from Mr. Moratti, who anounced his player’s value as €40M, should put money where his mouth is. And Mr. Mancini… if he really wants to kick Mr. Prandelli out of Azzurri after proving his ability to train this Brat. Everybody knows Man City striker Balotelli again touts himself to AC Milan (Dec 22, 2010), and I now think that Balotelli himself, or his AGENT, wants to raise his price in whatever way so that he could leave THERE as quietly as possible. I believe… this Brat should prove Pato-like mentality… at the very least. Now, I’d better forget all those useless stuffs, and just want to encourage ALL Milan players to develop their hidden talent whether it is related to the trainer or scout or entertainer or… Recently, I start to pick up something unique from Brazilian Binho or Silva, or Italian Bulldog or Nesta or… It’s fun to watch their developing/struggling…

However, AC-Milan did hire Legend Seedorf neither as “70%-like-a-Coach + 10%-like-a-Player” nor as “20%-like-a-GeneralManager + 10%-like-a-Player” but as “HUNDRED-PERCENT-LIKE-A-PLAYER”. Whoever he is, “70%-like-a-Coach + 20%-like-a-GeneralManager” is and should purely remain as his own business. Below is what happened while AC-Milan’s “100%-like-a-Player” was living a life of “10%-like-a-Player + 70%-like-a-Coach + 20%-like-a-GeneralManager”… especially during this computer work.

What’s more,
I’ve been brainwashed by You-Know-Who into believing that Legend Seedorf is a creative midfielder. Shouldn’t this figure, “Creative Professional,” provide QUALITY instead of a lot of sup-par QUANTITY? What has been a trademark of Dutch Legend Seedorf? Especially in the world of ENTERTAINMENT, CREATIVITY also means ABILITY to lead the entire team. But they say that Legend Seedorf was great only when he followed his teammates. No one doubts his BRAIN. Doesn’t “BRAIN” mean “ABILITY to CONCENTRATE”? Doesn’t “CONCENTRATION” mean “QUALITY”?

What’s more and more,
“The Player Going to the Press”, especially after “The Important Match”, can cause tension between “The Coach” and “The CEO”. This is what happened in MOUdrid in recent days… during “Real Madrid humiliated at Barcelona 5-0 (Nov 29, 2010)”. I thought… MOUdrid 2-0 Milan (Oct 19, 2010) and Milan 0-2 Ajax (Dec 8, 2010) was more than that. It seems that in Milan, no one cares about the club, or everybody thinks he is over the Owner or the CEO.)

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

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http://goal.blogs.nytimes.com/tag/clarence-seedorf/
NY-Times: Seedorf-section was launched on Feb 26, 2009. Enjoy yourself, please. Since Dec 14, 2010, Legend Seedorf has stopped writing for American fans for unknown reasons. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Seedorf’s Increasingly International Footprint Dec 14, 2010 / By NY-Times
You might think Clarence Seedorf is much older than he is. … Now 34 … but the A.C. Milan midfielder covers more ground. (…)

(JIWON: Follow New York Times’ timeline for Seedorf-project, please, and compare it with MILAN’s timeline for Scudetto-project, please.)

Seedorf’s Increasingly International Footprint Dec 14, 2010 / By NY-Times
(…) A day after Milan 0-2 Ajax (Dec 8, 2010), Seedorf went from practice in Milan Thursday to the airport, where he hopped a flight to New York to be honored that night as sportsman of the year at the … Seedorf was in town for all of five hours before he had to jet back to Milan on a red-eye flight to make it to practice ahead of the weekend’s Serie A clash with Bologna (Dec 12, 2010) (a 3-0 Milan victory, with Seedorf coming on as a substitute for the last 18 minutes). He also had a scheduled visit to London, where he was to be a contributing commentator on the BBC. Few players — or their clubs — would tolerate a trans-Atlantic back-and-forth like that at the height of the season, but Seedorf doesn’t see himself as any player, or just a player. “I wouldn’t like to put myself in a box,” Seedorf said last week in New York. “But I think you get the full package once you get Clarence Seedorf.” The Seedorf suite of product offerings includes soccer player, entrepreneur, philanthropist, TV commentator and even occasional New York Times blogger. … “The fact that I’m here means that even A. C. Milan understood the importance of it (Seedorf’s foundation),” Seedorf said after a whirlwind day of travel. “It was more than a pleasure to make this effort to be here.” Seedorf has steadily increased his commitments in recent years, taking a commentary role with the BBC and increasing his charitable work, while showing no signs of abandoning his position in the heart of the Milan midfield. He has helped Milan to a 6-point lead atop Serie A and helped earn a berth in the Champions League knockout round. While in New York, Seedorf talked to The Times about his experiences as an international observer and ambassador of the game. Here are some edited excerpts from that conversation: (…)

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🙂 R15-17: Whether Mezz’ala Pirlo or Trequartista Boateng or Allegri’s Subs, AC-Milan Becomes Dynamic. A Bit Of Barca? Glad To See Dinho-FanBoys Gone! “Allergy” Needs To Choose Between Legend Seedorf’s Ego Or Scudetto. (Dec 5-19, 2010)
CL-06 Milan 0-2 Ajax: Rossoneri Don’t Care, But Are Pissed That Old Milan Allow No Opportunity For Their Youths To Face Managerless Ajax. Nothing To Do When Old Legends Are Outrun In The Midfield. Binho Practices Inzaghi’s Lessons And Flops!
SA-16 Bologna 0-3 Milan: Maestro Pirlo Becomes “Trequartista-or-Mezz’ala-or-Whatever” And Waves His Trident Of “Prince+Binho+Ibra”. Rossoneri Apologize For Calling Allegri “Allergy” After Rookie Strasser Honors His Tactics For 20 Minutes. Glad To See Dinho-FanBoys Gone!
SA-17 Milan 0-1 Roma: 111-yr-Old Milan Play Like 111-yr-Old SLOWdorf. Legend Seedorf Is A Bigger Concern Than Brat Dinho. What Are SLOWdorf’s Milan Going To Do With “Tottenham”?

(JIWON: I didn’t know that Legend SLOWdorf has helped Milan to a 6-point lead atop Serie A and helped earn a berth in the Champions League knockout round. Hum…)

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🙂 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. (Nov 21-28, 2010)

(JIWON: Please skip the previous games and check this part. What did they say? “Allegri’s Odd Tactical Decisions For Some Odd Reason,” or “Milan Plays No Game At The Middle,” or “It’s Getting Like ‘Inter+SpecialOne’. Boring To Watch.” What was “Odd Tactical Decision”? It was Legend Seedorf, who kept getting the nod for some odd reason and neither creating anything nor running anymore around X-minutes. Just in case, Legend Seedorf announced to play Trequartista during “SA-11 Milan 3-1 Palermo (Nov 10, 2010)”.)

Title dream drives Seedorf Nov 9, 2010 / By fifa.com
Most wining football teams have an intangible quality making the whole greater than the sum of its parts. A team sheet made up of the most prestigious names is usually not enough to ensure victory. Titles and silverware are not won with athleticism and technique alone, but also with intelligent men of character who can cement a winning feeling in the dressing room. In this category comes Clarence Seedorf. The Suriname-born player is one of those rare breed of footballers able to make a difference both on the pitch and in the locker room. (…)

(JIWON: Therefore, Trequartista SLOWdorf becomes Media’s darling… AGAIN… at prefect moment.)

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🙂 R15-17: Whether Mezz’ala Pirlo or Trequartista Boateng or Allegri’s Subs, AC-Milan Becomes Dynamic. A Bit Of Barca? Glad To See Dinho-FanBoys Gone! “Allergy” Needs To Choose Between Legend Seedorf’s Ego Or Scudetto. (Dec 5-19, 2010)

(JIWON: Therefore, one month later… “Three Quarters” was not enough for Entrepreneur SLOWdorf, who wanted more than “Five Quarters”… )

Milan 0-2 Ajax: Godenzonen Seal Europa League Spot To Hand De Boer Dream Start Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Sam Milan / 10:29 PM Dec 8, 2010: Dinho and Seedorf were awful and Ambrosini couldn’t cover for both of them tonight. Pirlo, Silva, Yepes, and Amelia were very good. I’m disappointed in our coach coz Merkel, Strasser, and Sokratis should’ve started. / 3 : 1
Comment-Marco Milan / 9:46 PM Dec 8, 2010: Funny how both goals came from Bonera’s side… / 7 : 0

Calcio Debate: Thiago Silva Injury Risks Blowing Scudetto Race Wide Open, Milan Must Now Buy A Top-Class Centre Back In January
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Comment-Milan Milan / 1:02 PM Dec 10, 2010: it was useless playing silva in the ajax game, he was pressured due to bonera’s presence… he’s injured ok, let’s move on .. but it’s time for milan to find a replacement for nesta on the long run … / 26 : 1

(JIWON: NOW, it was during the RIDICULOUS game, “Milan 0-2 Ajax (Dec 8, 2010)”. There was a debate on whether Silva’s injury happened purely because “he had to strain himself too much, mostly due to covering for other players, such as Bonera, on the pitch”. But it was clear that Silva was pressured. It was also clear that Ambro couldn’t cover for both of “Lazy Dinho & Legend Seedorf”.

While blaming Silva for Silva’s injury, one insisted that Barca players are filling up for each other all the time. TRUE. But is Barca called “the retirement home,” where poor younger players always have to work harder to assist older one’s EGO and HIGHER WAGE? Are Milan players filling for EACH OTHER?)

Milan 3-0 Brescia: Rampant Rossoneri Brush Aside Overmatched Visitors Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Allen Ind / 3:37 AM Dec 5, 2010: Allegri did everything right this match… even the substitutions were spot on… the best was making boateng the trequartista. u could just see HOW FAST THE TEAM WAS… But through balls of Seedorf are better though but he s too slow… / 16 : 0
Comment-chuck norris / 10:24 PM Dec 4, 2010: Great win for Milan. Pirlo showed he can slot into the midfield with a great performance. Forza Milan! / 52 : 4
Comment-ROSSONERI U.S.A / 10:29 PM Dec 4, 2010: Ronaldinho if he doesn’t start performing in training and getting fitter then he will leave. Milan don’t need Ronaldinho and each win proves that. Milan played an excellent game. Pirlo once again proves all the media and the people that doubted him and branded him a burden to Milan’s midfield. Today Milan was more creative and was more effective in their ball possession. Ibra scored a great goal and assisted. Milan need Ganso, Balotelli, and Cissokho or another quality leftback to win the CL. / 1 : 0

(JIWON: This was what happened when Legend Seedorf was having a good “rest” off the pitch. It was during “SA-15 Milan 3-0 Brescia”, which is four days before “Milan 0-2 Ajax (Dec 8, 2010)”.)

Bologna 0-3 Milan: Ibrahimovic Inspires Rossoneri To Three Points Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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1-3. …bla-bla-bla…
4. According to Korean comment section, “Gattuso+Ambro” play stable performance, perhaps due to dynamic Prince. It’s great to see that Maestro Pirlo doesn’t have to overwork and therefore proves his typical terrific performance. Despite worrying defense, Allegri’s tactics is working… all thanks to Legend Nesta’s perfect reading of the game and controlling his defensive line. Just… sad to watch his aging performance. It’s also good that Zambrotta doesn’t have to overwork.

(JIWON: This was what happened when Legend Seedorf was having a good “rest” on the bench. It was during “SA-16 Bologna 0-3 Milan”, which is four days after “Milan 0-2 Ajax (Dec 8, 2010)”. All of a sudden, EVERYBODY didn’t have to overwork. The scene looked so effective that I just remembered this historical moment.)

Clarence Seedorf Keen On Business Partnership With The MLS Dec 13, 2010 / By totalfootballmadness.com
(…) The 34 year old attacking midfielder Seedorf revealed to MLSsoccer.com that he was in talks with plenty of MLS clubs about working with them once his playing career in Europe finishes. “I think I will finish my career in Milan but I am very interested in the United States. … I have some projects I am already working on that are of interest of various owners of some clubs in the MLS that I have been talking with over the last three years so you can expect much more (from me).” (…)

(JIWON: Of course, Legend Seedorf planned more, and all his business projects should be done while his MILAN fame is still alive. He needs to be busier, since it’s likely that Milan Have Everything (Scudetto) In Their Own Hands – Massimiliano Allegri (Jan 10, 2011). It’s possible, if more youngsters suffer injury risks toward SLOWdorf’s retirement. Isn’t it better for Entrepreneur Seedorf to watch his MILAN collapse right after his retirement?)

Football Update: Serie A findings- Round 17 – What we learned from this week’s fixtures (Part 2) Dec 20, 2010 / By blogs.bettor.com
Clarence Seedorf, please leave AC Milan!
Rossoneri have been tagged ‘the retirement home’ by a vast majority of fans and media over the years and the writer only agrees with such statements. The author wrote an editorial earlier this season about ‘Clarence Seedorf’s inability to handle top level football’ and clearly, AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani did not read the article. On the weekend against AS Roma, Clarence Seedorf was put on the bench by Massimiliano Allegri as Kevin-Prince Boateng started in the trequartista role. While Boateng was his usual energetic self, it was Andrea Pirlo who was taking the game to Gilarossi. However, the diminutive playmaker got injured and Seedorf was brought in – much to the disappointment of many. The Dutchman was on the pitch for 80 minutes and could not must one moment of genius, not one pass praise worthy. Rossoneri number 10 was too slow on and off the ball as the likes of Matteo Brighi and Simplicio had a field day against him. The AC Milan legend is simply too old and too slow to make an impact and Allegri will only be hitting himself in the foot should ‘Slowdorf’ make any further first team appearances.

(JIWON: Decades later, Seedorf fans will remember nothing but his Scudetto 2010-11, so why worry?)

Seedorf: Ronaldinho focused on AC Milan, not MLS just yet Dec 12, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
‎Ronaldinho’s link with MLS continues but his AC Milan teammate Clarence Seedorf says that the Brazilian is currently focused on the job at hand. The former Barcelona star has been linked with soccer in the USA for some time now, with LA Galaxy the club leading the way for his services, but Seedorf is of firm belief that his mind is with the Rossoneri and their current campaign. (…)

(JIWON: It was such a weird interview from Seedorf that I wanted to save it. True that Seedorf has been active via media, but I’ve never seen Ronaldinho become his issue. Rather, I had a feeling that he was avoiding it. Is Seedorf now Milan’s spokesman? Shouldn’t this guy worry about his own life in Milan? I couldn’t understand this interview until…)

Report: Cassano is 2.5kg overweight… (and out of shape) Dec 28, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-elmickio says: @ Momen. Hey did you see R80?
Comment-Momen says: @elmickio. dude… i saw R80 when they were here (DUBAI) back in 2009… But now, it saddens me to see an unmotivated R80… unbelievably unmotivated :S it was clear why Allegri prefers seedorf…

Seedorf ponders transfer exits Dec 31, 2010 / By GulfNews
(…) Seedorf said that any club departures in the January transfer window “wouldn’t really be a loss”. … Seedorf’s comments were particularly relevant given Ronaldinho’s questionable future at the club. (…)

(JIWON: Time to examine my previous report… written just minutes ago… to check something another.)

Rossoneri Blog video of the day: Clarence Seedorf Jul 2, 2009 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) Recently has been linked with Ajax return which he rejected. But is still a wonderful player (…)

Milan veteran set for January exit? CLARENCE SEEDORF might leave. Sep 10, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
According to reports, Milan Dutchman Seedorf is considering to leave in January after lost his place in the starting line-up for younger players. The player has been linked with Los Angeles Galaxy, New York Red Bulls and Al-Ahli after he has already hinted he would like to play in the US. (…)

Los Angeles Galaxy Want Milan’s Alessandro Nesta As Well As Ronaldinho Oct 11, 2010 / By Goal

Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Rodney Strasser’s Winner Makes It The Perfect Debut For Antonio Cassano Jan 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Darren Malaysia / 6:19 PM Jan 6, 2011: Slowdorf oh Slowdorf.. what’s more can I say about him? I thought he was leaving to US soon??? / 0 : 0

(JIWON: Legend Seedorf looked so active with his American business that I became curious if SLOWdorf has ever received an offer from American clubs. Not Seedorf, who rejected his Ajax move and is still proud of representing Milan’s Starting-XI during his USA trip and has expanded American fan-base through his NYT-blogging, but Nesta, who announced his retirement via media or hardly speak out via media, was the one. Therefore, SLOWdorf confirms that Milan is inferior to Ajax, while American professional clubs judge that SLOWdorf’s Milan is weaker than Ronaldinho’s American Galaxy.

Then, I started to find something more… By then, I’ve almost finished LEO’s part and knew that Gazzetta dello Sport/Inter would do something… to prepare brilliant future for LEO’s Inter.)

Seedorf embraces Cassano “He’ll help us to start winning again.” Dec 29, 2010 / By La Gazzetta dello Sport/Inter

No racism in Italy, Balotelli’s just stupid says Seedorf Dec 29, 2010 / By GulfNews

AC Milan stars arrive in Dubai Jan 4, 2011 / By IEWY News
(…) The hottest news in the squad is the recently signed Antonio Cassano, who will play his first match for the Fly Emirates AC Milan team against Al Ahli (…)

Friendly: Al Ahly 1 – 2 Milan Jan 02, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) Pato had both Seedorf and Cassano with him … 1-0 Milan! (…) Within minutes the advantage was almost doubled, Clarence Seedorf – who was once again orchestrating the attack … Meanwhile, Al Ahly offered little threat to the Milan goal – all in all, it was an excellent 45 minutes. (…)

Ac Millan Say Goodbye to Dubai Jan 5, 2011 / By IEWY News
(…) AC Milan veteran, Clarence Seedorf, reflected on the visit and praised Al Ahli’s facilities. “We were impressed with the quality of the Al Ahli pitch and the facilities at the club are first rate. The training on the beach was especially enjoyable, as it was a real change from our normal training and tested our strength. The trip up the Burj Khalifa was an experience – to be at the top of the world’s tallest building that was truly a great opportunity for all of us,” he said.

Seedorf ponders transfer exits Dec 31, 2010 / By GulfNews
PHOTO: Clarence Seedorf and Daniele Bonera with fans. Ten lucky fans got the chance to meet their heroes thanks to a draw organised by sports firm adidas.

(JIWON: It seems that there was a specific reason… just like SLOWdorf’s fastest trip to USA/MLS. No matter what, I couldn’t understand why “SEEDORF+BONERA” always work together, being lazy together during the training session, and are blamed for humiliated loss together… especially after this terrific meeting with Dubai fans. What does it mean when “Clarence Seedorf – who was once again orchestrating the attack”? Absolutely NO time allowed for Milan Rookies during training sessions. Do I misunderstand something?

At the same time, I became curious if other players, especially leadership materials such as “Ambro+Gattuso+Pirlo+Nesta”, made a public appearance or official statement via media during this special trip, as SLOWdorf did. Of course, Ambro’s responsibility as a captain during this trip should not be counted.)

World Cup stars light up Dubai Sports Conference Dec 29, 2010 / By Emirates 24/7
(…) Asked why he chose to move to Dubai at the tailend of his career, Cannavaro said he owed this decision to Gattuso. “I am grateful to Gattuso who told me that people here were nice and polite. I must say that my stay has been fantastic in Dubai and I’m enjoying my days here,” said the Al Ahli captain who played for Inter Milan, Juventus and Real Madrid before moving to Dubai. (…)

(JIWON: I tried every keyword, from Ambro to Nesta, and this was the only information I could find. And I laughed and laughed while imagining Gattuso’s (unique) handsome face. Haven’t I said that the Korean word to describe his Italian handsomeness is a heartwarming language? Please look. This Italian Legend is the one, who truly appreciate his Dubai fans. This is the guy, who speaks via HEART. This is a real version of ITALIAN WAY OF COMMUNICATION. Isn’t this fun to imagine “nice and polite” conversation between Cannavaro and Bulldog? Then, I laughed more. Still… Italian Bulldog is too hot-tempered to keep his mouth shut while Italian Trio, “Ambro+Pirlo+Nesta,” are so busy at thinking, concentrating on their every detailed technique ON THE PITCH that there is no time to speak out. This is a typical ITALIAN WAY OF PROFESSIONALISM. I say.)

🙂 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-6: Jogo vs. Fantasia: Joga Bonito… Rhythm+Flair+Swing… Game… Frolic… Spatial vs. Temporal… Professionals of Imagination… Breaking All Tactical Choreographies… Apparition… Facci Sognare…
(Updated on NOVEMBER 27, 2010)
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. In order for Italian Fantasia to be felt, there is no time to talk. So many TECHNICAL works to be done… before you speak out. There was one interesting report while Korean comment section was comparing Brat Totti with Brat Cassano… (… this part belongs to another posting…BYE…))

No racism in Italy, Balotelli’s just stupid says Seedorf Dec 29, 2010 / By GulfNews

(JIWON: I’m still thinking of the reason of this interview. There must be a specific reason, because this guy should not be in this situation to face Balotelli like this.)

Man City boss Mancini: Balotelli not joining AC Milan Dec 28, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan boss Allegri would love to work with Man City striker Balotelli Dec 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Judgment of Solomon: What Does it Mean to “Split the Baby”?

(JIWON: I just hope TWO same FEMALE characters, who claim to be Mario’s Mama, stop fighting and solve his own problem first. Mancini’s eight strikers! Bah… Allergy’s SLOWdorf! Bah… Which Mama will cry out in anguish, if Baby Mario should be split into two, three or even four confused egos and broken legs? Only time will tell.)

Seedorf ponders transfer exits Dec 31, 2010 / By GulfNews
(…) Of Tottenham Hostpur, Milan’s next opponent in the Champions League, Seedorf added: “Today you can be in great shape but by February it can be the opposite — that’s why we need to focus on our form and position in the league to help us go into this match stronger.” Asked if he’s eyeing one more Champions League win before retirement, to add to his record four wins with three different clubs, the 34 year old was dismissive. “Every year I want the fifth, but if I get that I’ll want a sixth — until I play I want to win. The moment that’s not there any more maybe I should think about retiring.”

(JIWON: With no doubt, SLOWdorf’s performance will be no better than previous disasters, his thick skin, and big mouth. We’ll see. Cassano can’t play. Right? According to the Korean comment section, whose members researched international sites, this match looked the most interesting, because they just want to see OLD Milan slaughtered by FAST Tottenham, whose Gareth Bale: The night I mauled Inter Milan! (Nov 4, 2010). And they know that Bale is not Tottenham’s most pillar. He is just one of core members.

I promise that Legend Seedorf knows all the details. And he seems to be sure that since Milan has no chance to win TOP teams, he doesn’t have to worry about Tottenham’s hot guys, either, and had better run his private business more actively. I now feel absolutely no need to make a further report about how Gareth Bale even developed his further techniques. For the fans, it doesn’t merely mean “Milan vs. Tottenham”. It more means “Serie-A’sTop vs. EPL’sMiddle”. I say… Good Luck. Korean comment section was making players’ list and comparing every each rival in both clubs. And I am mostly waiting for SLOWdorf’s thick skin and big mouth. Under the normal circumstances, the training session to prepare this match should already have started in mid December 2010. They didn’t. Instead, Legend Seedorf took advantage of EVERY young happening and created a terrific DISASTROUS result already at the start of this season.)

AC Milan Must Trust Leonardo To Solve Attacking Problems – Clarence Seedorf Oct 13, 2009 / By Goal
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Comment-Maaz Canada / 6:11 PM Oct 13, 2009: I am laughing at the ignorance of some people “You gotta love Seedorf’s commitment”, “he should be a captain”. I hope Berlusconi and Leonardo dont think like this (i know Galliani does) otherwise i see no hope for Milan for several years into the future. / 9 : 5

Oliver Bierhoff à la place d’Adriano Galliani? Jun 30, 2010 / By passion-acmilan.com

Berlusconi-Galliani: The rift has gotten deeper Jul 9, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) The tension exists now over a year now as Berlusconi has started to criticize Galliani’s work, mostly in the transfer market zone – well-remembered after the loan of Amantino Mancini from Inter in January. It is not a secret that Berlusconi is not happy with the club’s current situation. Once he turned into the Prime Minister of Italy (2008), he gave Galliani almost full control and he feels that he is a disappointment to him. If this rift will become a bigger problem, it might be the end of the Galliani era at Milan.

Berlusconi-Galliani: The rift has gotten deeper Jul 9, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Milanista says: It doesn’t matter if Berlu didn’t give much to spend as Galliani makes the decisions. Both Galliani and Leo were out of their minds in transfers. They wanted Mancini, a total reject. Galliani could’ve sold a lot of his aging players, but no. Galliani is losing Berlu’s money. I hope he fires him or takes over him because Berlu has a pretty good eye in reality.

(JIWON: I’m now suspecting if THIS was a part of reason… My suspicion has grown more especially since Barbara joined the circle. Then, I just couldn’t help suspecting after Ultra joined them. Time will tell… Who won THIS, by the way? A. Galliani nominated for Best Club Director (Dec 23, 2010) BYE.)

(Updated on JANUARY 13, 2010) – P.S.

Milan Striker Alexandre Pato: I Will Never Move To Inter Like Leonardo Jan 12, 2011 / By Goal

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SA-17 Milan 0-1 Roma: 111-yr-Old Milan Play Like 111-yr-Old SLOWdorf. Legend Seedorf Is A Bigger Concern Than Brat Dinho. What Are SLOWdorf’s Milan Going To Do With “Tottenham”?

Dec 19, 2010 2:00 PM GMT Serie A-17 Milan- Roma

♥PREPARATION♥

111 years of pride, Happy Birthday Milan! Dec 16, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani Reveals Reasons Behind Leonardo’s Departure In the Summer Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Some of Leonardo’s technical ideas did not match with those of our president, but there has to be a debate. I care for Leo, as he had been with us for many years and did very well last season. It’s a pity there were a few misunderstandings and that the rapport is no longer what it was before. It’s a shame, as Leonardo was a great player for Milan, director, talent scout and coach,” Galliani told Milan Channel. (…)

Milan Could Sign New Players In January – Adriano Galliani Dec 18, 2010 / By Goal

Milan’s Thiago Silva Could Be Back Within A Month – Report Dec 13, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Confirm Thiago Silva & Alexandre Pato Could Be Back By The New Year Dec 14, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Striker Alexandre Pato To Undergo Tests In America Today – Report Dec 15, 2010 / By Goal

Antonio Cassano To Be Reinstated In Sampdoria Squad & Have Wages Slashed By 50 Per Cent – Report Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal
Official: Arbitration Panel Rules Sampdoria Must Reinstate Antonio Cassano Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal
Sampdoria Star Antonio Cassano Agrees Sensational Milan Move – Report Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Had Signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic From Juventus In 2006 But Calciopoli Scuppered The Deal – Adriano Galliani Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal
Chelsea Or Barcelona? Milan Can Beat Anyone – Zlatan Ibrahimovic Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Milan Have The Tradition And Potential To Go All The Way This Year Dec 17, 2010 / By Goal

Roma’s Marco Borriello Will Be Masked To Face Former Club Milan After Facial Fracture Dec 13, 2010 / By Goal
Roma Must Beat Milan For The Fans – Jeremy Menez Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
Roma’s Claudio Ranieri & Daniele De Rossi Ready For Milan Battle Dec 14, 2010 / By Goal
Roma Keeper Alexander Doni Will Make His First Start Of The Season Against Milan – Report Dec 15, 2010 / By Goal
Beating Milan Will Blow Title Race Wide Open – Roma Coach Claudio Ranieri Dec 15, 2010 / By Goal
Roma President Rosella Sensi Warns Milan Ahead Of Saturday Rumble Dec 13, 2010 / By Goal
Carlo Ancelotti Agrees To Quit Chelsea & Join Roma – Report Dec 13, 2010 / By Goal
Chelsea Coach Carlo Ancelotti: I Would Take The Roma Job In Future Dec 18, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Duo Gennaro Gattuso And Gianluca Zambrotta Ruled Out Of Roma Clash Dec 13, 2010 / By Goal

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Milan 0-1 Roma: Marco Borriello Comes Back To Haunt The Rossoneri Dec 18, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Juan (Roma)
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Marco Borrielo (Roma)
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Legend Seedorf
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Legend Seedorf

Allegri upset with AC Milan performance in Roma defeat Dec 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

AC Milan vs AS Roma: Match Report and Player Ratings Dec 18, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Nathan Lowe
(…) Seedorf (4.5): This guy has been playing old for six years. The Dutchman looked old again today. Even his creative passes were lazy afterthoughts. (…)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Remains Positive Despite Roma Defeat Dec 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Vijay Trinidad / 4:45 AM Dec 19, 2010: Allegri is fine when things are going well, but offers NOTHING to change the game when Milan are losing. Does this man know he can make substitutions? He has not won a big game yet and until he does, I will not have any faith in him to win titles. Seedorf is a legend but he needs to leave immediately because he does NOTHING to help the team. / 18 : 0
Comment-me triniddad / 12:56 AM Dec 19, 2010: i blame you for the lose mr allegri. Firstly why are you still using seedorf?? and secondly why on earth would you wait until the 85th minutes to switch things up???! IMO Allegri isn’t doing good at all as Milan boss, he is only getting by through Zlatans good form. / 2 : 0
Comment-Rosso neri / 10:12 AM Dec 19, 2010: Come an it was embarrassing to watch last night.. All team were bad, not just Seedorf. Antonini gave the ball away which resulted with Pirlos Injury for example, Ibra missed, Robinho missed and if Gattuso did practice finishing on target at Milanello then maybe he could have scored yesterday.. Lets hope this open the eyes and brings in 2 defenders and a midfield engine.. I loved Boriello but when he celebrated and applaused the Roma fans at San Siro he lost my respect.. Forza Milan!!! / 2 : 1
Comment-rosso-spax-neri San Siro / 3:45 PM Dec 19, 2010: Allegri is a very confused man with no plan B like Leo. I can’t believe what happened to Milan yesterday. Pirlo shouldn’t have gone off for Seedorf cos that spoilt our game. Seedorf should never be put on the field anymore cos hes a waste to the Milan squad. I’d have prefered Merkel or even Strasser or better yet put Oddo and push Abate upfront. Y dont we believe in our young players… Anyway we still top the league. Pls get me Ganso or Honda and Cassani.Forza Milano!!! / 5 : 0
Comment-Milan Sean USA / 1:21 PM Dec 19, 2010: I have never seen a coach of a major team in football that lacks such creativity and a plan B, except for Dunga! One way tactics, he doesn’t even know when to subsitiue. Allegri has no vision. He is actually struggling with big games and the tactics they pose. He is ultra conservative and not clever. Milan plays Tottenham in the CL, they are going to run circles around us with their speed and physical play. I hope Milan executives take notice of this flaw that can hurt us. / 8 : 0

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

Roma Forward Marco Borriello: I Was Hurt By The Milan Fans Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal

Roma Coach Claudio Ranieri Delighted With Victory Over Milan Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-terryl malaysia / 1:11 AM Dec 19, 2010: congratulations! Roma were more defensive but I think Roma played a more balanced game and eventually took control though milan was dangerous in possession. I think roma played a good game tactically and the players gave their heart in the performance – from adriano to the keeper. / 3 : 3

♥AS FOR ALESSANDRO NESTA♥

Alessandro Nesta Determined To Sign New Milan Deal Dec 17, 2010 / By Goal
Nesta eager to discuss new AC Milan contract Dec 19, 2010 / tribalfootball.com
Although the former Lazio captain has no intention of retiring just yet, he has warned fans that he won’t last as long as Paolo Maldini. “Paolo quit at the age of 41, I’ll be 35 in March and I’m all broken,” said the veteran who has had to deal with back problems in recent times. “I am in good shape at the minute though, even if I am playing three games a week. This isn’t a problem for me and I’m doing this happily. We’ll see how I feel in March and then decide what to do.”

♥AS FOR BINHO AT PAINS TO ARGUE 🙂 ♥

Robinho Claims Milan Can Win The Lot With Zlatan Ibrahimovic Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Almost Missed Out On Robinho In The Summer – Adriano Galliani Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal
Robinho Welcomes Talks Of Antonio Cassano Arrival At Milan Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal

(…no need to report Tevez Scandal at Balotelli’s Man-City…)

Robinho: I was no City slacker Dec 13, 2010 / By soccernet.espn
(…) “I don’t think it is fair to say I was a disaster at City. It’s important to remember that I scored 14 goals in my first season there and ended up as the club’s top scorer. There were not too many more players in the Premier League who scored as often as me, so it was not all bad. For my first year in the Premier League, it went pretty well and I felt the City crowd were on my side. The trouble came in the second season. I had injury problems and the new coach [Roberto Mancini] went with other options in attack. I’m not going to blame Mancini for what happened because he had respect for me. He laid out what the situation was, but I did not feel as if I would be a regular part of his team and this was a problem. What made me want to leave was that [with] the World Cup in South Africa coming up, there was no way Dunga [the then Brazil manager] would have picked me if I was only playing occasionally for City. Being an impact player was no use to me and I had to go back to my old club Santos before finding a home here in Milan. Every experience in life has its good and not-so-good points. I have many warm memories of City. Certain goals, certain matches and, of course, the enthusiasm and passion of the fans. They are real people with the same sort of commitment to their club as a Brazilian supporter.” Robinho further explained why his compatriots fail to settle down in England quickly. “England is a hard place for a Brazilian to perform. I’m an expressive and instinctive player, while the Premier League puts a lot of emphasis on systems and fitting into a certain mould. I wasn’t helped either by the price on my head. City paid a lot of money and went to a lot of trouble bringing me in. The expectations on me were huge and in a way you become a target and it is also true that I had great difficulty adapting to life in England. It was a culture shock for me, the weather was very different, and I became unhappy. I live and play through my emotions and when they aren’t right, I’m not right.” (…) Barcelona were rumoured to be interested in signing Robinho last summer, but … he plumped to join a an Italian giant that has sparked back into life this season. (…) “It was clear from the start that I may not play every week in a squad filled with so much attacking talent, but this was part of the challenge for me. At an incredibly ambitious club like this, you cannot have it any other way. If we are to take Milan back to the top, we need strength in depth in all positions and I don’t have a problem with it. We all know the rules of the game. We have to convince the coach we deserve to be selected for any given game. Meeting up with old friends is always good.” (…) They are words to warm the hearts of all Rossoneri followers and it seems as if the little man who was the subject of so much criticism during his final months at Manchester City is ready to reclaim his place at the top table of the world game.

Milan Attacker Robinho: I Didn’t Flop At Manchester City Dec 13, 2010 / By Goal
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(JIWON: Weirdly enough, no one is talking about THIS. Korean comment section agreed with Binho. True that Binho’s most problem THERE was his record-breaking price tag and wage. But they also pointed out that, in spite of Binho’s ill-fated move out, Man-City should thank Binho for joining the club and paving the way for his fellow STAR players. Weird is that Korea article only provided a small part of Binho’s interview but the fans told everything. Just in case…)

♥AS FOR DINHO♥

Robinho: I was no City slacker Dec 13, 2010 / By soccernet.espn
Robinho has admitted he was weighed down by his record-breaking price tag and unsuited to Premier League football as he reflects on his ill-fated move to Manchester City. (…) With his fellow Brazilian Ronaldinho growing increasingly frustrated by his bench-warming duties this season, Robinho accepts he may have to wave farewell to one of those “old friends” when the transfer window opens next month, though he believes leaving AC Milan right now would be a mistake. “Dinho isn’t playing here as much as he would want and I would understand if he chose to move on, but from a selfish point of view I hope he stays. He is someone I feel close to and I can’t get enough of his genius on the ball. He’s back in the Brazil team and far from finished, so maybe he can find a way back at Milan. It would be a bad moment for anyone to leave this team as I feel we are moving in the right direction very quickly. Looking at the quality of the individuals in the squad, our winning mentality and the results so far this season, we have to be in with a good chance of winning Serie A and the Champions League. The days when Milan played second fiddle to Inter are behind us, I’m sure of that.” (…)

Golden Bin Award Goes To Roma’s Adriano; Milan’s Ronaldinho Voted Third Dec 13, 2010 / By Goal
Agent Refuses To Rule Out January Move For Milan Playmaker Ronaldinho Dec 14, 2010 / By Goal
Palmeiras Interest In Milan Ace Ronaldinho Is Verifiable – Agent Dec 15, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Forward Ronaldinho Has Received An Interesting Offer From Palmeiras – Agent Dec 17, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho Is Better Than Antonio Cassano – Milan President Silvio Berlusconi Dec 17, 2010 / By Goal

♥AS FOR LEGEND SEEDORF♥

AC Milan vs AS Roma: Match Report and Player Ratings Dec 18, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Nathan Lowe
(…) Seedorf (4.5): This guy has been playing old for six years. The Dutchman looked old again today. Even his creative passes were lazy afterthoughts. (…)

Milan 0 – 1 Roma Dec 19, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Alessandro says: This game was good until pirlo left the pitch… when seedorf came on our game went down… incredible… and something about the tactics… i dont know why but allegri has problems to change the game when it doesnt work how he wants it to… I’m not doubting his ability because i think in general he is good i think. the problem is just he cant adapt to these situations when the team doesnt play good… but i think the whole team had some problems today… roma played a good game i think… unfortunately for us

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Remains Positive Despite Roma Defeat Dec 18, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Alex Toronto / 11:38 PM Dec 18, 2010: Seedorf needs to be shipped out as soon as possible. He was atrocious today and he isn’t getting any better at 34. Offered nothing when he came on. ZERO. / 63 : 1
Comment-Riza Indonesia / 1:09 AM Dec 19, 2010: Yeah, I hope you can learn from tonite’s bad choice. Seedorf was really awful. He is now different with he 3-5 years ago. It would be even better if you give our young guns like Strasser or Merkel more chance instead of playing Seedorf just to pass the ball that bad / 1 : 1
Comment-neav malaysia / 3:06 AM Dec 19, 2010: when Seedorf came in for Pirlo, Milan slowly losing control in the midfield area. can’t really blame Allegri since he has not much choice with the players injuries but this just shows that Seedorf doesn’t fit in anymore. He just slow down the game when Milan actually play with pace before he came in. / 4 : 1
Comment-John USA / 1:48 AM Dec 19, 2010: Your error was… Seedorf!!!! Come on!! Merkel or Strasser will make it better… I looove Seedorf but is time to say goodbye / 3 : 0
Comment-babak_rossoneri the / 7:16 AM Dec 19, 2010: what you’ve seen in seedorf that makes u put ronnie on the bench?! can u explain it? it’s terrifying that we had 5 big matches and just 1 win!! inter(W) real(L) real(D) juve(L) roma(L). and 4 of ’em were in SANSIRO.:( / 2 : 0
Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 11:42 PM Dec 18, 2010: It’s a concern that Milan don’t win big games under Allegri. Derby aside we’ve lost to Roma, Juve, Real Madrid and drawn with Lazio and Ajax. Again we need FULLBACKS… Spurs will kill us with ours, Slowdorf… not going to bother wasting anything more on him, he is a bigger concern than Ronaldinho atm IMO. / 69 : 0
Comment-sheva kyev / 3:03 AM Dec 19, 2010: You’re never win to the big teams Allegri (except for the derby)!! How can you be positive about it!? Better get this fixed because I don’t want to see AC Milan pawned in Champions League! / 6 : 0
Comment-Shervin somewhere / 8:12 AM Dec 19, 2010: if i was a billionaire i would bought whole milan. then i would call allegri along with seedorf into a room and say you have 24 h to leave not just milan, the whole country. especially slow/blinddorf / 2 : 2

(JIWON: I’ve read that even Fans at San Siro jeered at Legend Seedorf. (… when I become serious, I don’t write jokes or nicknames…))

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SA-16 Bologna 0-3 Milan: Maestro Pirlo Becomes “Trequartista-or-Mezz’ala-or-Whatever” And Waves His Trident Of “Prince+Binho+Ibra”. Rossoneri Apologize For Calling Allegri “Allergy” After Rookie Strasser Honors His Tactics For 20 Minutes. Glad To See Dinho-FanBoys Gone!

Dec 12, 2010 2:00 PM GMT Serie A-16 Bologna 0-3 Milan

♥PREPARATION♥

Milan Rocked As Thiago Silva Faces Six Months Out Injured, Mathieu Flamini Crocked For One Month Dec 9, 2010 / By Goal
Calcio Debate: Thiago Silva Injury Risks Blowing Scudetto Race Wide Open, Milan Must Now Buy A Top-Class Centre Back In January Dec 10, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic: The FIFA Ballon D’Or Is All About Politics & I Don’t Care About Winning It Any More Dec 10, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan striker Ibrahimovic: Inter are nothing to me Dec 12, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “Materazzi speaks a little too much about me, as does Moratti. You see that I am still very important for them. I instead never speak about them. You see that they are not important for me.” (…)

Ibrahimovic: AC Milan perfect club for me Dec 12, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “It’s not true that the team is Ibra-dependent. Every one of us depends on each other. I don’t fear Inter, Juventus, Roma or anyone else. We have already shown that we are the strongest team. We must only continue like this and Milan will win everything.” (…)

Lunch Time Kick-Off Makes Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Hungry For Points Against Bologna Dec 11, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Defender Alessandro Nesta: I’ll Stop Marco Di Vaio From Scoring Dec 9, 2010 / By Goal
“Marco is a great friend and a great person. I’m very pleased with the example he is setting this year for the world of sport,” Nesta told the Rossoneri’s official website. But now I hope to stop his scoring streak on Sunday.”

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Bologna 0-3 Milan: Ibrahimovic Inspires Rossoneri To Three Points Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com/Fans’ Rating: Ibra
Top of the Match from Comment-Section: Allegri’s Tactics 🙂
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Marco Di Vaio (Bologna)
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section: Seedorf, who brought down Di Vaio, who missed penalty 😦

Bologna 0-3 Milan: Ibrahimovic Inspires Rossoneri To Three Points Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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1. Kudos for triangle offense with Zlatan, Binho and Prince… and Abbiati, of course.
2. Abate is Milan’s most improved player this year.
3. Happy to see Strasser play. Now… hope more rookies, Merkel/Montelongo(RB)/Verdi/DeVito, to get a chance.
4. According to Korean comment section, “Gattuso+Ambro” play stable performance, perhaps due to dynamic Prince. It’s great to see that Maestro Pirlo doesn’t have to overwork and therefore proves his typical terrific performance. Despite worrying defense, Allegri’s tactics is working… all thanks to Legend Nesta’s perfect reading of the game and controlling his defensive line. Just… sad to watch his aging performance. It’s also good that Zambrotta doesn’t have to overwork.

Bologna 0-3 Milan: Ibrahimovic Inspires Rossoneri To Three Points Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milanista aut / 5:19 PM Dec 12, 2010: I still want to see Abate as a midfielder, because I don’t think he is a fullback. Then we would have another fast and technical good midfielder. So buy a rightback and let Abate play where he belong to play, in midfield! / 12 : 13
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 5:19 PM Dec 12, 2010: Keep playing Boateng as an AM. Boateng still has a few passes that go stray, but that’s a great position for him to play in. And glad to see the Dinho fan boys are no longer commenting. Not after Dinho’s Ajax disaster as I call it. Dinho is nothing but a shadow of what he once was, and will stay on the bench. / 30 : 7
Comment-somole kalam / 1:50 PM Dec 12, 2010: I wasnt IBRA fan before but now I’ve watched almost all milan matches and I see that IBRA is the only player who is unselfish right now. everytime he gets the ball and sees that he can’t finish and someone else have better position then he he passes the ball immediately. he really inspires me. now time I love him. legend. but robinho wasting time with his dribbling and fails… but wish him to be unselfish, learn from ibracadabra / 67 : 3

Bologna 0-3 Milan: Ibrahimovic Inspires Rossoneri To Three Points Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Happy for Milan and Ibra but worried cuz they depend on Ibra / 4:00 PM Dec 12, 2010: As Ibra fan I loved the brilliance, he is unselfish when it comes to scoring yet no one can stop him. Having said that I am worried cuz things go smooth when he is playing i.e Milan is Ibra dependent. That is a problem in ChampionsLeage, do you remember what ManUtd did when he played for Inter. Alex Fergi made sure that Ibrahimovic doesnt get the balls, he made sure the balls go to other players, so Inter collapsed. I am IBRA AND MILAN FAN BUT I SEE THE PROBLEM. / 8 : 0
Comment-Joe Somewhere Warm / 5:38 PM Dec 12, 2010: Another defender (Zambrotta) injured? Galliani MUST buy a defender in January to replace Silva (who should have never been played in a meaningless CL game). Pirlo behind the forwards is good, but unless we get Flamini back soon, a Gattuso-Ambrosini midfield combo will be too slow for young fast teams (i.e., Real Madrid). Defender-X should be a priority and a Striker-Y and if lucky and extra hard working Midfielder-Z / 27 : 2

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

Bologna Coach Alberto Malesani: The Difference Against Milan Was Zlatan Ibrahimovic Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-forza milan / 3:29 PM Dec 12, 2010: Respect to the bologna coach for taking the defeat so well. / 30 : 0

Malesani fears Bologna thumping will put off investors Dec 13, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “A three-goal gap is too much, but we must also admit that Milan are the strongest side we have faced up until now.” Bologna were docked a point due to financial irregularities and could have yet more taken off, as the club seeks to avoid bankruptcy. “So far we have earned 20 points, which isn’t exactly small fry,” continued Malesani. “I hope this defeat will not discourage potential buyers for the club. The city is embracing this squad during difficult circumstances and I hope from tomorrow we can see the light at the end of the tunnel.”

(JIWON: I hate this work. Days ago, I was very unhappy to see happenings at the opponent team. OFFICIAL: Brescia Sack Coach Giuseppe Iachini (Dec 6, 2010), and couldn’t understand why this happened after their Milan game. Anyway, I wish Bologna a good luck in their future.)

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – rossoneri apologize for allegri’s nickname, ALLERGY

AC Milan boss Allegri: Ajax setback was good for us Dec 13, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Bologna 0 – 3 Milan Dec 12, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Maldini A.C.Milan says: @Master, I don’t hate Allegri. I didn’t like what he did against Ajax, he should played more youngsters. Sry tht I called him Allergy. But you are definitely right mate, patience is the key to happiness! 🙂
Comment-Master says: @Maldini.AC Milan. Let’s just say, what Allegri did on Ajax are part of his tactics to make the next opponent’s felt that Milan are losing focus. And imho it’s useless to think / argue more about Ajax match that don’t have meaning (Milan were qualified to the next round. that’s more important). Just be patience, ok mate? 🙂

Bologna Coach Alberto Malesani: The Difference Against Milan Was Zlatan Ibrahimovic Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-babak_rossoneri the / 4:24 PM Dec 12, 2010: oh you forgot abbiati… and also pirlo heyyyy i remembered boateng’s flying shot! and dont forget nesta, you couldn’t even breath!! in milan box! / 15 : 0
Comment-j r / 6:21 PM Dec 12, 2010: boateng gave the ball for robinho’s goal, and not ibra, the pirlo gave it to ibra for the third goal, abbiati made a great save for di vaio’s penalty, so the whole team played wonderful football, not ibra alone, then bologna deserved to loose 5-0, not 3-0 only! / 21 : 2

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – kudos for Allegri’s tactics… maestro Pirlo becomes mezz`ala

Sport Translations: Expert Translators for knowledgeable readers! Unknown-date / By agostiniassociati.it
(…) Sports also evolve, so it is important to keep as up-to-date as possible. Rules and tactics change all the time, so you need reliable reference sources. For example, a dictionary may still define the position “mezz`ala” as “inside forward”, but an English-speaking football fan would raise an eyebrow if you used the latter in a modern-day context, with “second striker” a more common equivalent. (…)

AC Milan boss Allegri will keep Pirlo out wide Dec 12, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: We Reacted Well After The Defeat To Ajax Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
(…) He also commented on Andrea Pirlo playing behind the strikers. “At the moment Andrea, (…as a ‘mezz’ala’…), gives us a higher quality being twenty yards further on, while Ambrosini in front of the defense provides more protection. He [Pirlo] did very well, taking confidence in this new and old role that he has already covered when he was younger. I am happy with what he did and also that of the whole team. We started the game in the best way, as it was the first time we played at lunchtime this season.”

Bologna 0-3 Milan: Ibrahimovic Inspires Rossoneri To Three Points Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Betul Lah Tu KL / 2:01 PM Dec 12, 2010: It’s just like watching the game against Brescia all over again. 3-0, with Boateng, Robinho and Ibra again scoring, and in the same order too! They must have read the script well! / 86 : 1

Allegri: ‘Now we wait for Roma’ Dec 12, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Master says: Yeah i notice too that Pirlo’s position was not a lying deep-playmaker again cause Pirlo pop up everywhere. But sometimes if Pirlo goes up, than Boateng goes down to gave Pirlo rooms and the same time steals the ball from the enemy. It’s great and gave more dynamic rhythm in midfield. And of course i can’t wait to see this formation with Pato and Flamini in it. But sorry for Dinho fans, looks like this formation can’t apply to his style…

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: We Reacted Well After The Defeat To Ajax Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milan fan aston birmingham / 4:45 PM Dec 12, 2010: what exactly was the formation milan played today? / 1 : 1
Comment-Milanisti Indonesia / 5:35 PM Dec 12, 2010: Hmm… I didn’t notice that Pirlo is played as trequartista, even Boateng played in front of him. / 6 : 0
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 6:39 PM Dec 12, 2010: Okay I’ll explain. Boateng played as an AMF. Pirlo played behind him. Allegri has done this for two games now. Seedorf then replaced Boateng in the same position. / 4 : 1
Comment-RNS Hellas/Cy / 7:17 PM Dec 12, 2010: Giancarlo is correct, Prince was the amf as Allegri is using a new triangle offense with Zlatan, Binho and Prince. Forza Milan! Let the haters do the talkin’ while we do the walking. This team will only get stronger! / 10 : 0
Comment-Jads Lebanon / 9:53 PM Dec 12, 2010: Boateng played as an AMF, but the difference was Pirlo and Ambrosini switched places, Ambro in front of defense provides more cover and Pirlo went slightly to the left. / 1 : 0
Comment-as dsdas / 2:37 PM Dec 12, 2010 i like alegri, the results are not only because ibra and co. play great this season, the results are because alegry tactics / 52 : 3

♥AS FOR LEGEND-NESTA♥

Bologna 0-3 Milan: Ibrahimovic Inspires Rossoneri To Three Points Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Martin Estonia / 1:31 PM Dec 12, 2010: And Sandro did what he promised to do, Di Vaio didnt even score that penalty 😀 / 16 : 0

Milan Defender Alessandro Nesta: I’ll Stop Marco Di Vaio From Scoring Dec 9, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Liam Ireland / 1:54 PM Dec 10, 2010: I had a feeling Nesta didn’t say it as they put it in the headline, “I’ll Stop Marco Di Vaio From Scoring”. He is not the arrogant type. True legend! / 18 : 0
Comment-Forza David A milanista 4 life / 10:56 AM Dec 10, 2010: I have faith in you Nesta… I know you will always do your best…. coz you are a true legend… I just wish you had Silva to support you… Go Forza Nesta… Stop them all / 17 ; 0
Comment-Carvella22 Suid-Afrika / 3:21 PM Dec 10, 2010: The classiest defender in history if you ask me. this guy is the Zidane of defending. He just always looks so cool and composed. Sometimes you would see Strikers absolutely frustrated but he doesnt even look like he broke a sweat. his reading of the game is really awesome. Absolute milan legend and a true ambasador for fans of this great club. our blood is black and red. Forza Milano Grande Nesta / 22 : 0
Comment-koko=barca R. Macedonia / 8:27 PM Dec 9, 2010: Nesta has always been a better defender than Cannvaro, too bad he was injured too often. I really liked this guy. / 49 : 0

♥AS FOR ROOKIE-STRASSER♥

Strasser ‘delighted’ after winning with Milan Dec 12, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) “I’m delighted for having made my debut today. I already played in 2008 against Udinese, but today I got to play a bit more. I’m happy for myself and for the team’s win. It wasn’t easy to come on and take the rhythm of the game, but the boss showed his trust in me. He told me to go to warm up in the first half, when Gattuso injured himself. I did so and finally my time arrived in the second half. I’m doing my best in training, I’m following the advice of the coach and my teammates, who have a lot of experience. I’m happy to be part of this group.” Also Allegri spoke about Strasser: “Strasser’s performance was a pleasant surprise, Strasser played with personality. His development goes faster compared to other youngsters, thanks to the great group he’s part of.”

Bologna 0-3 Milan: Ibrahimovic Inspires Rossoneri To Three Points Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Yong Choon Kiat singapore / 1:06 PM Dec 12, 2010: OMG!!!! is rodney strasser a defensive mid? He seems so lazy. I have high hopes for him. wat a disappointment / 2 : 3
Comment-milan milan / 4:21 PM Dec 12, 2010: i am no fan of starting young players like most of u guys want I’d rather have them be subbed on to prove themselves, but now i think strasser should be starting. defensively he is just like ambrosini, and hes very calm on the ball and with confidence i think he will be a great player. good box to box player what we need / 8 : 0

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-BONERA♥

Milan Defender Alessandro Nesta: I’ll Stop Marco Di Vaio From Scoring Dec 9, 2010 / By Goal
Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 10:06 AM Dec 10, 2010: Nesta and Yepes are too slow to play together against Di Vaio, and please Allegri DO NOT let Bonera or Seedorf ANYWHERE near the starting XI. / 9 : 0

Calcio Debate: Thiago Silva Injury Risks Blowing Scudetto Race Wide Open, Milan Must Now Buy A Top-Class Centre Back In January Dec 10, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-LIFE YES / 1:34 PM Dec 10, 2010: Playing either Bonera or Yepes along with Nesta will definitely be dangerous. They are veterans and lack pace. They will be exposed on counter attacks and that can be really costly. / 7 : 3

Bologna 0-3 Milan: Ibrahimovic Inspires Rossoneri To Three Points Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Me Here / 1:43 PM Dec 12, 2010: Who says “there’s no such thing as miracles”? Milan just kept a clean sheet with Bonera playing centre back for the whole 90mins =D / 57 : 0
Comment-Darren Malaysia / 5:45 PM Dec 12, 2010: Seedorf and Bonera both flopped again… they should be out this coming Jan.. no more excuses!!! / 31 : 1
Comment-dejan10 los angeles / 6:43 PM Dec 12, 2010: I just hope Zambrotta’s injury’s not serious. I don’t think I can handle Abate, Bonera and Antonini in the same back four. / 54 : 1

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: We Reacted Well After The Defeat To Ajax Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
Comment-Chris Greece / 6:21 PM Dec 12, 2010: If only he wouldn’t prefer Bonera over Sokratis/Yepes. Bologna is a weak side, but Roma could score because of Bonera’s inefficiency / 5 : 0
Comment-dejan10 los angeles / 7:00 PM Dec 12, 2010: I think we’ll easily beat Roma, providing Abate, Bonera and Antonini don’t all play in the same defence. Surely that has to be the priority in January? / 7 : 0

Bologna 0 – 3 Milan Dec 12, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Alessandro says: @ KaITX. I also have the feeling something is missing but I think that is partly because of the speed of the game… Nevertheless, they played a great game and I think Bonera did a very good job out there today. If we keep it like that it will be a very good base to build on in the future.

(JIWON: Until the previous game, I tried not to post a direct opinion/criticism/insult about Bonera. But I had to do last time. To my surprise, I find that this professional is enjoying this pressure. Well… let’s hope him to prove his improvement more next time. I’ve just read that he suffered unfortunate injury during his high moments. 🙂 )

♥AS FOR DINHO♥ – glad to see the Dinho fan boys are GONE

Liverpool’s Roy Hodgson Rules Out Possibility Of Moves For Milan’s Ronaldinho And Ajax’s Luis Suarez Dec 9, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan ace Ronaldinho wary of Liverpool move Dec 9, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Ronaldinho: I Won’t Need Silvio Berlusconi’s Help To Stay At Milan Dec 10, 2010 / By Goal
Palmeiras Admit They Will Continue Trying For Roma’s Adriano & Milan’s Ronaldinho Dec 10, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: We Reacted Well After The Defeat To Ajax Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 5:17 PM Dec 12, 2010: The loss against Ajax was bitter, but not important. It was important to move forward. And glad to see that the Dinho fan boys are GONE. And that Dinho did not see the pitch! / 5 : 5
Comment-ninu wied is sewda / 8:40 PM Dec 12, 2010: Alegri is doing a great job, the players are playing for each other. Individual, undisciplined players should learn their duty well. Dinho note plse. / 7 : 0

Bologna 0-3 Milan: Ibrahimovic Inspires Rossoneri To Three Points Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Wayne NYC / 5:51 PM Dec 12, 2010: Milan please Ronaldinho playing time, its for your own benefit, when this team starts depending on Ibra, the opponent will start to close him down, we will need Ronaldinho for those days. they cant shut them both down. / 27 : 12

Allegri: ‘Ronaldinho stays with us until June’ Dec 12, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Milanista says: Remember guys……we don’t have a passing midfield depth. We need him, even if he’s a sub. If we buy a midfielder come January, then DInho is leaving, if not, then don’t expect him to pack his bags yet. He’s one of the only ones that can pass the ball, and only two others can who are Seedorf and Pirlo.

(JIWON: Suddenly… I became curious if Mentor Allegri really wanted to train Baby-Dinho, who declared never to watch his rivals’ games while off the pitch… and this is why COACH ALLERGY has been keeping Angry-Dinho in the bench… in order to make Professional-Dinho watch the game and FEEL what he should feel and ignite his PASSION to participate in Milan’s beautiful PASSING game.

I know this guy is a genius. A average brain can never achieve what “Happy Happy Gaucho” has achieved during his heydays. He doesn’t watch others’ game and he blames himself citing lack of patience. But once he does, I’m pretty sure that this professional is analyzing every each moment, feeling a huge headache. 🙂

I am also suspecting if Tactician Allergy is manipulating Dinho’s Mental Condition by locking Legend-Gaucho in the bench, enthusiastically celebrating Milan’s X-match unbeaten run, and rousing Baby-Dinho’s jealousy so that he becomes blind enough to forget his wage issue. 🙂 Anyway, I wish EVERYBODY a good luck. 🙂 )

♥POSTSCRIPT♥ – (Updated on DECEMBER 15, 2010)

♥P.S. – BOLOGNA♥

Bologna Remain In Financial Difficulty After President Sergio Porcedda Fails To Reach Agreement With Consortium Dec 15, 2010 / By Goal

♥P.S. – BONERA♥

Milan Want To Close Out 2010 With A Bang – Daniele Bonera Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 8:49 AM Dec 14, 2010: Bonera played OK against Bologna but I don’t think he is good enough to hold off Roma’s attackers. / 24 : 1
Comment-Allen Ind / 3:33 AM Dec 14, 2010: I dont know why but i just get the feeling that playing Bonera is a disaster waiting to happen….He has always coped with the smaller teams well…but against roma i think nesta will be left to do all the work… / 16 : 3

♥P.S. – DINHO♥

Palmeiras Interest In Milan Ace Ronaldinho Is Verifiable – Agent Dec 15, 2010 / By Goal
Agent Refuses To Rule Out January Move For Milan Playmaker Ronaldinho Dec 14, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Football evolves in such a rapid fashion. … Everything can change suddenly. Returning to Brazil would allow him to win the two titles he is missing, the Copa Libertadores and the Brasileirao. It would be very important to add these to his trophy cabinet. Where could he go? A great deal depends on the club, the coach and the project that is proposed to him,” De Assis told Jogo Aberto.

♥P.S. – IBRAHIMOVIC♥

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani Hails Stratospheric Zlatan Ibrahimovic Dec 13, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is Similar To Marco Van Basten – Arrigo Sacchi Dec 14, 2010 / By Goal
“I don’t believe it’s right to judge whether Ibrahimovic or Marco is better. … Marco was perhaps more elegant and until this year more capable [than Ibra] of linking with the team. … The Swede has returned [to Italy] after being a partial failure at Barcelona with the desire to redeem himself which has increased his openness [to work for the team] and today he has completely exploded. He collaborates in defence, and in attack he doesn’t just exploit his technical and physical potential, but moves in the time that the team wishes. If he keeps going this way, Ibra will equal Van Basten in international victories and individual achievements. Marco won three Ballon d’Or awards. Ibra has matured and has transformed from a soloist into a complete footballer.”

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Milan Are Not That Great – Marco Van Basten Dec 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-lj home / 12:00 PM Dec 15, 2010: well, mvb also said in the same interview; “i recognize myself in zlatan, not least physically” / 12 : 2
Comment-harisen Australia / 11:04 AM Dec 15, 2010: u cant compare van basten to ibra, van basten had a much more solid defence and midfield. ibra is playing with arugably one of the weakest milan defences. LB and RB are terrible – Abate is warming to his role but having a proper RB would be better. Silva is the only good one, Nesta is a great player but wen u say a player is good it means 1) he is talented, yes nesta is BUT 2) he has years to come, nesta doesnt >> Silva has both. / 21 : 1

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CL-06 Milan 0-2 Ajax: Rossoneri Don’t Care, But Are Pissed That Old Milan Allow No Opportunity For Their Youths To Face Managerless Ajax. Nothing To Do When Old Legends Are Outrun In The Midfield. Binho Practices Inzaghi’s Lessons And Flops!

Dec 8, 2010 7:45 PM GMT UEFA Champions League Milan 0-2 Ajax

♥PREPARATION♥

Former Milan Coach Leonardo Closer To Inter As Rafael Benitez’s Future Is Uncertain – Report Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Only Need To Purchase A Striker – Vice President Adriano Galliani Dec 7, 2010 / By Goal

Galliani confident Ronaldinho will accept AC Milan bench role Dec 7, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan Will Eye Sampdoria’s Antonio Cassano If Ronaldinho Leaves In January – Report Dec 6, 2010 / By Goal
Hodgson eyes Torres, Ronaldinho Liverpool partnership Dec 7, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Lucas (Brazilian Midfielder) excited by Liverpool pursuit of AC Milan ace Ronaldinho Dec 8, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Palmeiras (Brazil) confirm pursuit of Ronaldinho, Roma striker Adriano Dec 8, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Money not an issue as LA Galaxy continue to pursue AC Milan’s Ronaldinho Dec 8, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

FIGC Chief Giancarlo Abete Calls Last-Ditch Talks To Avoid Serie A Walkout Dec 6, 2010 / By Goal
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli Believes Sense Has Prevailed As Serie A Strike Is Called Off Dec 9, 2010 / By Goal

Allegri insists AC Milan will take Ajax clash seriously Dec 6, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Ronaldinho & Robinho Could Start Against Ajax As Massimiliano Allegri Confirms Rest For Milan Ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic Dec 7, 2010 / By Goal

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Milan 0-2 Ajax: Godenzonen Seal Europa League Spot To Hand De Boer Dream Start Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Binho
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Dinho
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section: “Legend Seedorf & Co.”

AC Milan collapse angers Allegri Dec 8, 2010 / tribalfootball.com
“Ronaldinho played and did some good things, some not so good. When the team plays like this it’s difficult for any individuals to stand out. Towards the end he did set up some good chances for Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Robinho. If we do sign a centre-forward in January, it has to be someone worthy of Milan.”

Milan Goalkeeper Marco Amelia: It’s A Shame We Lost To Ajax Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mohamed Haji Gothenburg, Sweden / 10:46 PM Dec 8, 2010: Young players like Oudomadi, Merkel and Pappa should also have played 2night i dont understand Allegri he didnt rest enough players and didnt give playing our youngsters either. Amelia is way better and younger than Abiati then he ends up the bench. / 7 : 1
Comment-Me Here / 10:34 PM Dec 8, 2010: Amelia was really good I thought, goals were unstoppable, so not his fault. So refreshing to have 2 good keepers now…a far cry from the days when Dida and Kalac were 1 & 2, thank god those days are over. / 15 : 1

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is Hard To Replace Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
Milan 0-2 Ajax: Godenzonen Seal Europa League Spot To Hand De Boer Dream Start Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-nate usa / 9:49 PM Dec 8, 2010: i thought, maybe, just maybe we would try out the younger players, i dont care that we lost, but im still kinda pissed that we lost without trying younger players for the entire game, not just for 20 minutes / 10 : 0
Comment-thomas us / 9:57 PM Dec 8, 2010: I don’t care about the result. But when we experiment I would have played Papa/Abate so they could get more CL experience, and I would have given Merkel more playing time (also for the future). Plus we have to learn that we cannot field that many slow and non-defense-helping players as our weak defense will be overrun by any team. / 3 : 1
Comment-chin chinland / 10:31 PM Dec 8, 2010: This game proves that our backups could not even play street-football. It’s honorable for some of milan’s flops to leave the club. They must understand that they are not good enough for such a club… / 2 : 0

Comment-Marco Milan / 9:46 PM Dec 8, 2010: Funny how both goals came from Bonera’s side… / 7 : 0
Comment-harisen Australia / 7:50 PM Dec 8, 2010: is allegri serious, playing bonera… even in a useless game i dont want him playing, play montelongo. far out / 21 : 2
Comment-John Macau / 8:39 PM Dec 8, 2010: Play Merkel!!! Play Strasser!!! Play Verdi!!!! oooh And Get Out Bonera!!! 🙂 / 3 : 0

Comment-Hernan usa / 10:21 PM Dec 8, 2010: amelia should be the starting keeper!! seedorf out!! / 0 : 0
Comment-Alex Romania / 9:47 PM Dec 8, 2010: As A Milan fan, I honestly say, after this match, Seedorf is a big flop.. He has to leave milan as quickly as possible. and sadly but R80 too. THEY ARE NOT MOVING AT ALL ON THE PITCH. SLOW AS HELL. Pirlo was slow too, but he’s still ok.. I guess… We need BIG reinforcement in the midfield!!! and one more thing, Amelia is amazing. Not many teams have a second keeper whos this good as him. / 9 : 0
Comment-Sloth Milan / 10:58 PM Dec 8, 2010: Just when you think Slowdorf couldn’t get any slower, he comes out with that performance… he topped himself with that, turned into Super Slowdorf / 13 : 1
Comment-TAG London / 11:07 PM Dec 8, 2010: Dinho was unlucky tonight. He played in a match where no player aside from Amelia cared about the result/performance. Dinho cannot do it on his own anymore and when Ibra came on, his output increased. Please don’t play Pirlo and Seedorf ever again in the same midfield because we will get slaughtered – THEY GOT NO LEGS or WILLINGNESS to protect the defence like Gattuso, Ambro & Flamini can……but Allegri should’ve known that from the games against Real! / 9 : 0
Comment-Me Here / 8:33 PM Dec 8, 2010: First half review, Seedorf far and away the worst player on the field. Ronaldinho’s also been poor, Ambrosini hasn’t had a great game also. Milan’s best, the ever-reliable T.Silva, and Amelia, who has been very impressive. At half-time, I’d bring on Merkel for Seedorf. / 3 : 0
Comment-Me Here / 11:33 PM Dec 8, 2010: “Seedorf: Surprisingly anonymous”… Are you Allegri? What’s surprising? It’s been obvious for a long time that Seedorf is past it, and yet Allegri continues to pick him. Merkel had like 2 touches and yet still had a more positive contribution to Milan’s efforts than Seedorf. I mean, at least he didn’t lose the ball continuously and keep putting his teammates under pressure. Ancelotti once had the balls to start Kaka in place of Rui Costa, Allegri needs to do the same with Merkel. / 23 : 1
Comment-Sam Milan / 10:29 PM Dec 8, 2010: Dinho and Seedorf were awful and Ambrosini couldnt cover for both of them tonight. Pirlo,Silva,Yepes,and Amelia were very good. I’m disappointed in our coach coz Merkel, Strasser, and Sokratis should’ve started. / 3 : 1

Comment-Peregrin London / 9:05 PM Dec 8, 2010: Ok this match was for Allegri to try out different tactics – and these arent working. Ronaldinho is poor and Pirlo needs to be further forward. / 4 : 7
Comment-Anthony Toronto, Canada / 9:30 PM Dec 8, 2010: When will Galliani realize that in Cl Milan will get overrun, just like Ajax are doing to them. They are DOMINATING milan. In serie a, pirlo, seedorf and ambro are good enough, but in CL, they are FAR TOO SLOW. Except pirlo, hes amazing. / 15 : 1
Comment-reality check real world / 8:14 PM Dec 8, 2010: Pirlo cannot win one ball in midfield why is he playing infront of the defence play him as trequartista and put seerdorf on bench / 6 : 1

Comment-me ohio / 9:29 PM Dec 8, 2010: dinhooo…..>!!! please play hard… if you dont, leave Milan! we need fresh striker!!! / 4 : 2
Comment-jo u.s. / 9:35 PM Dec 8, 2010: didn’t think Ronaldinho was that bad but in defense we were horrible today, I mean so bad even T. Silva couldn’t save us. I also thought Amelia did well and Pirlo is playing a little too much defense while Seedorf didn’t do very well. / 18 : 1
Comment-acmilan world / 10:12 PM Dec 8, 2010: what Ronaldinho brings to the field in a 4-3-3 formation. antonini over exposed over exposed midfield lost of attack in the left side this is why we always played so badly last season and the begging of this one, basically hes a disease. / 8 : 9
Comment-Guy canada / 10:23 PM Dec 8, 2010: The coach didn’t play dinhio on the right position. Milan need a solid midfielder behind ronaldhinio and Ronie must be on left side away from two other strikers. i played him like that in Fifa2011 he does well. vote me as Milan coach i will be the best coach all the time. / 5 : 1

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is Hard To Replace Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-delkhairio singapore / 7:39 AM Dec 9, 2010: pirlo, seedorf, ronaldinho cannot play together. they are not hardworking players. yesterday for the first time i missed gattuso. forza milan / 13 : 1
Comment-Gianni Montreal, Canada / 4:58 AM Dec 9, 2010: The coach really knows what he’s talking about. People have criticized him for playing Ronaldinho so far forward, but the coach knew that it was a problem… he even said so. I think the best thing he could have done was attempt to play Verdi as target man… see how he does. / 14 : 1

(JIWON: As usual, one has to insult EVERYBODY to make Dinho an unlucky legend. Alas… Milan has no money to buy solid midfielder to make Dinho a real professional… sic. Always, I start this work with a full of expectation about Dinho’s Milan contract and ends with furious icy heart. Why don’t Dinho’s mother, brother, and sister take over one Italian club and fill them with their ideal slaves instead of asking high wages for their poor Dinho, who just can’t make an ideal run regardless of his love of Milan and his teammates? Isn’t this a much more profitable, valuable business for their family business than making their precious Dinho a poor slavery money machine? It will be good for any Italian club, too, since absolutely no Brazilian young talents shall be allowed to join this squad to honor Brazilian legend Gaucho.)

Adriano’s Mum Claims He Wants To Quit Roma & Return To Brazil Dec 9, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho Admits He Wants Milan Stay Dec 9, 2010 / By Goal
(…) After seven consecutive bench appearances, Massimiliano Allegri afforded the Brazilian a start in their 2-0 loss against Ajax, but was left scratching his head. However, Dinho, 30, has made it clear he wants to remain as he sends a message of hope to the club. “I am tranquil in terms of staying. It’s an important season and we are top of Serie A for the first time since my arrival here. I want to put Allegri in difficulty when he plays me. It was not easy against Ajax as I was playing as a striker, but I was better in the second half,” he told the press.

(JIWON: Then… again… I have to burst into laughter when I find this REAL Dinho. Yeah… right. THIS IS “FOR THE FIRST TIME” SINCE DINHO’S ARRIVAL. 🙂 I promise. If all those f*cking comments are NOT made by professional employees hired by his family members, aka agent, I will openly express my apology. I will try my best to persuade Sir Berlusconi to support Dinho’s Brazilian World Cup 2014 at any expense.)

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PART-?b: Whether “Italian Little Brat” Joins EPL Or La-Liga, His New Home Will Prove To Be A Headquarters Of “Lavish Spending Spree”.

(JIWON: Sorry to say, but… Daniel Barenboim is still… instructing his ANGELS how to behave inside and outside La Scala… and still pretending to know nothing but MUSIC… and talking about Peace-or-What whenever Netanyahu government is working for the Settlement… and this German Whore Waltraud Meier is still busy at opera fan-sites elsewhere. I was forced and forced to work for those human trashes for a decade, and I’m now only following my instinct. As I mentioned before, my involvement in “Balotelli and then Ibra and Binho’s Transfer Saga” was because of this f*cking happening. As I mentioned before, I can’t stop whenever I find whatever reminds me of Barenboim’s Angels and their Berlin or Arab sh*ts. Especially in Dinho’s case, things got only worse while this computer work was doing something. Just like the case of Spanish Zapatero’s West-Eastern-Divan-Orchestra members’ trashy behaviors in the name of Barenboim’s Angels. I promise that I will see the end of this trashy happening. At the very least, I shall live longer than Barenboim’s Angels.

Therefore, as I promised Ibra’s agent weeks ago, I will openly express my apology to Mr. Ronaldinho’s family if all these disgusting happenings turn out to be done by his pure but brainless fans. Time will tell.)

Yoann Gourcuff Suffered From The Competition At Milan – Chelsea Manager Carlo Ancelotti Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-THC TandT / 6:11 PM Dec 8, 2010: I think both Maldini and Ancelotti are right, Gourcuff was probably frustrated by the competition from the veteran stars and with the usual immature thinking of a young man who has not learned patience yet was demotivated. He probably thought “well if you don’t want to play me why should i give you 100%”. / 22 : 2
Comment-Carvivlie NYC / 6:21 PM Dec 8, 2010: As an AC Milan supporter I adore Paolo but Paolo never played anywhere outside his country and always for the same team. I don’t think he truly understands how difficult it is for a player at 19 to move to a huge club in another country, where you don’t know the language. Obviously Yoann had problems but he has overcome them now. / 26 : 6
Comment-banks bkk / 6:01 PM Dec 8, 2010: There was no chance for Gourcuff to play since at that time Kaka’ was guaranteed the starting when he is healthy and there was also Seedorf but I think what Maldini said is also true too. / 1 : 1
Comment-Milanissimo Italy / 7:52 PM Dec 8, 2010: Milan was stupid to let him go, best if they just loaned him out instead. Hi is a great talent. But player needs to play in order to develop. / 8 : 6
Comment-shervin toronto / 6:13 PM Dec 8, 2010: he was our replacement for kaka, too bad he left before him. / 25 : 0
Comment-Vijay Trinidad / 9:49 PM Dec 8, 2010: I love Ancelotti for all his contributions for Milan as both player and manager, BUT he is the reason that Gourcuff is not with Milan. He continued to play Seedorf all the time even when he was not in form and that was in 2008! Gourcuff had a great to start with Milan scoring in the CL assisted by Kaka with a header. Gourcuff should have replaced Seedorf. / 6 : 2

Comment-Nawaf dhahran / 6:04 PM Dec 8, 2010: it was you who killed his talent!!!! / 6 : 2
Comment-CFC911 London / 7:00 PM Dec 8, 2010: carlo carlo Are you trying to bring him to London 😛 / 10 : 1

(JIWON: Please, please… is there anyone who can explain all the detailed stories behind the scene? This has been my very first question when I had to watch Trequartista SLOWdorf’s inconsistent performances, which seemed to be already inconsistent years and years ago. I mind nothing when it comes to Legend Seedorf’s future contract… but his reasonable wage should NOT destroy Milan’s future with young talents… if there involves a hint of Seedorf’s ego in Allegri’s Starting XI. According to reports elsewhere, a balance between Legend Seedorf and his young rivals should have happened years and years ago, and only SLOWdorf survived, whether his role was Trequartista or not. Now, only SUPER SLOWdorf is going to survive… and his reasonable wage will be blamed only. )

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is Hard To Replace Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-geggr shou / 8:02 AM Dec 9, 2010: Ibra is the one making most assist and scoring the most, Ibra has as many assist as Seedorf who is playing to assist. The thing is when you bench Ibra you loose not only goals but you loose playmaking, he has a vision of seeing the changes others have when nobody else sees it. So yes he is important. He always find that little space his teammates have and assist them, Ibra actually passes the ball more than he shoot. I think he should be little more selfish. But next game Milan will win. / 16 : 1
Comment-hmm milan / 7:03 AM Dec 9, 2010: you cant play pirlo And seedorf And ronaldinho in one team, they’re all players who let others run for them and a team should only have one of those guys, max. two. / 13 : 0

(JIWON: Finally, I found out what I wanted to read for weeks. I know nothing about football, but Korean comment section was very unhappy with Trequartista SLOWdorf. And I only follow my instinct. I couldn’t help suspecting if the reason of Trequartista SLOWdorf was to take advantage of Ibra’s extra hard working, not to mention to take advantage of my limited knowledge, and therefore, letting OTHERS run for him and blocking any opportunities for his young rivals… especially at the time when Maestro Pirlo is refusing to cut his wage. Again… my only concern is whether or not Legend Seedorf doesn’t allow any Milan youths to take over his role… in the name of “Family Atmosphere,” aka “Social Hierarchy”.)

Moratti ponders bringing unhappy Chelsea boss Ancelotti to Inter Milan Nov 22, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Roma make contact with unsettled Chelsea boss Ancelotti Nov 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: Therefore… I am thinking that sooner or later Merkel will be sold to some minor club and Maestro Ancelotti will quit fundless Chelsea in order to take over Roma job, which will welcome new ownership and enough fund to purchase mature performers to make the entire Serie-A a total mess, which will be full of Chelsea-like physiques. Merkel will join this fabulous squad. Legend Seedorf will still playing at Milan with his typical inconsistent performance and Uncle Fester should be happy with his most reasonable wage. This is what I learned form months-long computer work. It seems that he mastered how to avoid his injury problem by slowing down, down and down his inconsistent performance.)

Seedorf next to renew and take a 30-40% cut in his wages Jul 27, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
Seedorf next to renew and take a 90% cut in his wages Jul 27, 2011 / By rossoneriblog

(JIWON: I promise. If Legend SLOWdorf’s reasonable wage can help his talented youngsters to absorb all the secrets of his legendary performance and follow in the footsteps of his memorable Milan career, I will do my very best to celebrate his honorable retirement. As honorable as possible… no matter when…)

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

Official: Martin Jol Resigns As Ajax Coach Dec 6, 2010 / By Goal
Ajax Caretaker Boss Frank De Boer Ready For Action Dec 7, 2010 / By Goal
Ajax Caretaker Boss Frank De Boer Not Planning Any Big Changes Ahead Of Milan Clash Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal

Ajax Duo Frank De Boer & Demy De Zeeuw Surprised With 2-0 Win Over Milan Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Ali Antartica / 11:31 PM Dec 8, 2010: Weird, I saw an interview 20 minutes ago where Frank de Boer said he was NOT surprised. Goal.com made it up? / 1 : 0

♥AS FOR BINHO♥

Milan 0-2 Ajax: Godenzonen Seal Europa League Spot To Hand De Boer Dream Start Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Milan 0 – 2 Ajax Dec 9, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
(…) In what was a fairly boring game, Milan were struggling to create, Dinho and Binho seemed too far apart up front, and were isolated as a result of Ajax’s pressing. (…) There was a seeming lack of urgency, which might be understandable as a result of the game not meaning much in terms of where Milan finish, but some good runs were being made (especially by Robinho) but the brazilian must have been learning from Inzaghi, since he was caught offside several times in the first! (…) With 15 minutes to go, a treat for Milan fans, Alexander Merkel came on for Robinho (who despite not being poor, didn’t have a great game). (…)

Milan 0-2 Ajax: Godenzonen Seal Europa League Spot To Hand De Boer Dream Start Dec 8, 2010 / By Goal
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Binho
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section: “Legend Seedorf & Co.”

(JIWON: Funny. I don’t know what makes WWW.GOAL.COM behave like this. But something is clear. The more WWW.GOAL.COM disvalue poor Binho, the more the readers appreciate his hard working. And I feel no need to write a thing about this player. Just funny…)

♥TIME TO PONDER/INVESTIGATE♥

Milan face double injury blow Dec 9, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Shevé says: (…) Third, im soo sick of silva & pato. They may be topclass but this is unacceptable. They are like girls, a SMALL hit on them and they are gone, and they are gone for months.
Comment-Ash says: @Shevé. Have you ever wondered why Pato and Silva get injured so frequently. It’s because they strain themselves too much, mostly due to covering for other players on the pitch. This is especially true for Silva, who at times carries the whole defense on his back. Even against Ajax Silva was doing Bonera’s job for him.
Comment-Shevé says: @Ash. I hear you, silva might do 2 mens job back in the defence. But thats not an excuse. Take a look at barca, they are filling up for each other all the time. Also, nobody knows what really happened to silva in the AJAX game. He fell down in one situation, but so what. Hes a football defender, not a bank revisor in a office. Pato, in his game against palermo, what happened? He was running towards the goal and got stuck and fell. Result, hes gone for 6 weeks. Its more acceptable if they broke their legs and goes out for months. Then you say, well we have to be without them for a while for a SERIOUS reason. But this is totally unacceptable for a player like silva who we COUNT on. You can say every match pato and silva play theres a 60/50 if not 70/30 that they get injuried. Again, getting injuried happents to all players. But what makes this sick is that every time they both get injuried for a very small battle they are gone half season in total. UNACCEPTABLE even if they are filling up for somebody else. Thats my point.
Comment-Shevé says: Before someone mention. I mean 60/40 of course

Milan Rocked As Thiago Silva Faces Six Months Out Injured, Mathieu Flamini Crocked For One Month Dec 9, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Tahaa Australia / 3:07 PM Dec 9, 2010: This has to be a fricken joke right? Are you kidding me, why would you play T.Silva in the game anyways. Flamini is well covered and is only out for a month. But if we dont reinforce in January, we would not win Serie A or get past round of 16. T.Silva has been one of the most if not the most consistent performers for the past two seasons. This is just sad news… We need to get D.Luiz, or Rannuchio!!! / 4 : 0
Comment-no one no where / 2:58 PM Dec 9, 2010: this raise’s a question mark about the fitness and clinic stuff at the milanilo? / 3 : 5
Comment-??? whats wrong with milan ??? / 2:54 PM Dec 9, 2010: There is definitely smt going wrong!! why always milan players get injured! what are the doctors of milan doing?? look at madrid! when a player gets injured it take maximum 2 weeks and the player is completely fit! at milan pato gets an unimportant injury and it takes 3 months!! not only pato!! silva nesta inzaghi ambrosini pirlo ronaldinho!! what is going wrong! i am sure if pato played for real or barca he wouldnt even get injured! smth. is wrong with milans medical team! / 5 : 1
Comment-Milan Fan Albania / 2:53 PM Dec 9, 2010: (…) its strange how Milans player are hurting so easily (Pato, Flamini, Silva) when we have probably the best lab Milan Lab. / 12 : 0

Calcio Debate: Thiago Silva Injury Risks Blowing Scudetto Race Wide Open, Milan Must Now Buy A Top-Class Centre Back In January
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Comment-Milan Milan / 1:02 PM Dec 10, 2010: it was useless playing silva in the ajax game, he was pressured due to bonera’s presence… he’s injured ok, let’s move on .. but it’s time for milan to find a replacement for nesta on the long run … / 26 : 1

♥POSTSCRIPT♥ – (Updated on DECEMBER 10, 2010)

Roberto Mancini Gets Green Light For £20 Million Move To Bring Olympique Lyonnais Midfielder Yoann Gourcuff To Manchester City – Report Dec 10, 2010 / By Goal

Ronaldinho: I Won’t Need Silvio Berlusconi’s Help To Stay At Milan Dec 10, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho doesn’t need any source of encouragement to remain at Milan as he pledges his commitment to regain first team action. (…) And the playmaker insists he is willing to do all he can for a new deal at San Siro. … “In fact I want to help Milan to win. The fact Milan are doing so well stimulates me to find space and reconquer my place. I have been waiting to win something with this shirt ever since I arrived.” Some suggested Berlusconi would issue commands to get ‘Dinho’s deal sorted, but the player insists he needs no interference, preferring to prove his worth. “Berlusconi? I won’t go an ask him for help, it’s down to me to show I can return to being first choice. I have to reconquer the shirt,” he concluded.

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SA-15 Milan 3-0 Brescia: Trequartista Boateng Starts His Adventure With Goal. Brescia Assist Binho’s Goal. Ibra Shoot! Altogether, Professional Win To Honor Maestro Pirlo’s Comeback. Guys, Day To Remember! Allegri Used Subs!

Dec 4, 2010 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-15 Milan 3-0 Brescia

♥PREPARATION -1♥

(… no need to post Balotelli-Transfer-Saga and exiting happenings at Man-City’s dressing room…except…)
Man City boss Mancini explains Boateng axing after Balotelli bust-up Dec 5, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Milan Reveal Alexandre Pato’s Recovery Remains On Schedule Nov 30, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan send Pato to USA over injury problems Dec 1, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Filippo Inzaghi To Return To Italy To Begin Rehabilitation For Milan – Report Nov 29, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan crock Inzaghi determined to play again this season Nov 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani: We Will See If We Need A Striker To Replace Filippo Inzaghi Dec 2, 2010 / By Goal

Cagliari striker Matri excited by AC Milan interest Nov 28, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Juventus Look At Cagliari Striker & Milan Target Alessandro Matri – Report Nov 29, 2010 / By Goal
Milan & Juventus Target Alessandro Matri Is Not For Sale – Cagliari President Massimo Cellino Nov 30, 2010 / By Goal

AC Milan join transfer scramble for Lorient hotshot Kevin Gameiro Nov 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan challenge Inter for Hercules striker Trezeguet Dec 1, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan move to rumble Chelsea contract hopes for Kakuta Dec 1, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan open talks with Cagliari for star duo Matri, Lazzari Dec 2, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Milan Target Sevilla’s Luis Fabiano & Manchester City’s Roque Santa Cruz – Report Dec 1, 2010 / By Goal
Blackburn ahead of AC Milan for Man City striker Santa Cruz Dec 2, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Santa Cruz to be first out door at Man City Dec 2, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Villarreal Striker Giuseppe Rossi Admits He Supports Milan Dec 1, 2010 / By Goal
Sampdoria striker Pazzini: AC Milan playing like champions Nov 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “Ibrahimovic can do the team’s attacking by himself. Every time that he gets the ball, he gives the impression that he can do damage.”

VIDEO: Robinho & Ronaldinho Individual Match Highlights (Sampdoria – Milan) Nov 28, 2010 / By Goal
Robinho: AC Milan move absolutely perfect for me Dec 2, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
AC Milan midfielder Flamini eyeing France recall Nov 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Marco Amelia Eyes Long-Term Milan Future Despite Being Second Choice Dec 3, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Maestro Andrea Pirlo Returns To Squad To Face Former Club Brescia Dec 3, 2010 / By Goal

♥PREPARATION -2♥ – just warning…

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(Updated on NOVEMBER 10, 2010)
JIWON: Weird is that Palermo Coach was satisfied with the result. Mysterious is that Palermo Chief Maurizio Zamparini has NEVER raised an issue about this. That was my real problem, and I started to worry. For example, I found out that some mystery with a small team called “BRESCIA” was involved in “Brescia 2-1 AS Roma” on Sep 22, “Brescia 1-1 Yuventus” on Nov 10, “Inter 1-1 Brescia” on Nov 7. I am not sure of “Lazio 1-0 Brescia” on Oct 3. There was a comment on the missed PK but no detailed description was made about which side was a victim. I started to worry, because their story just looked like Inter owed Brescia and Inter’s gift to Brescia might be “Milan 0-1 Brescia”.

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Milan 3-0 Brescia: Rampant Rossoneri Brush Aside Overmatched Visitors Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Ibra
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Ibra

Milan 3-0 Brescia: Rampant Rossoneri Brush Aside Overmatched Visitors Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
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1. Ibra looks more tired than usual. Dinho should be in around 60 minutes.
2. Binho did a lot of running, made some nice interception, took his goal well and is improving with every game.
3. Boateng and Abate are improving.
4. Kudos for Abbiati’s excellent job.
5. Wants to cheer for more youths… “Merkel & Co.”

Milan 3 – 0 Brescia Dec 5, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Milanista says: Hopefully we don’t get too cocky. We all know what happened after the first match of the season…..

Milan 3-0 Brescia: Rampant Rossoneri Brush Aside Overmatched Visitors Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-littlemorella Nesta lover No.1 germany / 10:13 PM Dec 4, 2010: Bravo + Forza Milan! Well done! I liked this formation! Only subs could again come earlier! Sigh, at least, Nesta was subbed earlier! / 24 : 0
Comment-van basten Ac milan / 10:42 PM Dec 4, 2010: This team is beginning to flourish all we need is a touch up in one or two areas and we will be solid. Hopefully B and G will see that it is an opportune time to spend cash on new signings. / 1 : 0
Comment-Surag India / 8:59 AM Dec 5, 2010: well i think brescia were really poor today.. boateng played a gr8 game, he could hav even score a hatrick.. but some of his passes and thru balls were really wayward and i was thinking to myself, wht if milan had pastore in that position?? i think boateng is more accustomed to playing in central midfield.. but the prob is if nesta gets injured this team will crumble especially in ucl…. galliani shud make quality CB signing and a striker on loan a priority in january / 0 : 0

Comment-seb italy / 5:32 AM Dec 5, 2010: great performance, only thing i didn’t like was that i think we lost a bit of hustle in the midfield having flamini on the bench. he should start every game. abate is the revelation of the season, he is a brilliant right back with super pace and attacking ability. allegri is a star, he is making this team improve every game. robinho’s confidence increases with every match. ibra is a rock. where is pato going to fit in when he comes back? / 0 : 0

(JIWON: On the issue of Flamini over Gattuso. I’ve been thinking that ever since Gattuso’s rejuvenation, his Italian fellows were following in his footsteps. Abate, in particular. I am suspecting if Allegri keeps relying on Gattuso’s team for this Italian reason and his work is not yet done.)

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

Brescia Coach Giuseppe Iachini Bemoans Defensive Errors Following Milan Defeat Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “We knew it would be a difficult game tonight. … unfortunately a defensive error cost us dear. …The group must remain united as we have produced some good performances this term. Obviously we need to work on making fewer errors because at this level they often cost you dear.”

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – a day to remember. Allegri used substitutes!!!

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Delighted With ‘Professional’ Win Against Brescia Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal

Milan 3-0 Brescia: Rampant Rossoneri Brush Aside Overmatched Visitors Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-robertino italia / 9:18 PM Dec 4, 2010: GUYS! TODAY, DECEMBER 4TH 2010, WE ASSISTED AT A MIRACLE! Mr. Allegri used substitutes! / 0 : 0
Comment-gobbi toronto / 8:35 AM Dec 5, 2010: Allegri is really starting to come into his own now. He made clever subs to protect Nesta, Ibra, Ambro after the game had been won, and of course, his tactics (the 3 man wall in MF) have made all the difference. / 5 : 0
Comment-gigi milan / 12:33 AM Dec 5, 2010: Loved milan’s performance today. We have to keep playing good week in week out. Milan dominated a brescia team who beat roma-palermo and drew inter and juve. They had a couple of solid attacking players like caracciolo-diamanti-eder but milan contained them real well . great performance by milan. / 0 : 0
Comment-B C / 9:58 PM Dec 4, 2010: There could’ve been more goals but Milan took their foot off the gass in the 2nd like they normally do when they’re in control of a game, italian teams do this to keep the scoreline respectable and not embarass the other team, not like english and spanish teams that will thrash an inferior opponent 8-0. Great game milan, you’re a joy to watch / 65 : 4

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – Trequartista Boateng & Maestro Pirlo’s creative midfield… a bit of Barcelona.

Milan 3-0 Brescia: Rampant Rossoneri Brush Aside Overmatched Visitors Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Allen Ind / 3:37 AM Dec 5, 2010: Allegri did everything right this match… even the substitutions were spot on… the best was making boateng the trequarista.u could just see how fast the team was… But through balls of Seedorf are better though but he s too slow… / 16 : 0
Comment-chuck norris / 10:24 PM Dec 4, 2010: Great win for Milan. Pirlo showed he can slot into the midfield with a great performance. Forza Milan! / 52 : 4
Comment-ROSSONERI U.S.A / 10:29 PM Dec 4, 2010: Ronaldinho if he doesn’t start performing in training and getting fitter then he will leave. Milan don’t need Ronaldinho and each win proves that. Milan played an excellent game. Pirlo once again proves all the media and the people that doubted him and branded him a burden to Milan’s midfield. Today Milan was more creative and was more effective in their ball possession. Ibra scored a great goal and assisted. Milan need Ganso, Balotelli, and Cissokho or another quality leftback to win the CL. / 1 : 0

Milan 3 – 0 Brescia Dec 5, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Master says: @TWF. Imho, the AM is Boateng. Allegri position him right behind Ibra and Robinho. But if Boateng stuck, Robinho or Pirlo take that position. Personally, i really love this Milan. In the past, we only count on one AM like Kaka or Rui Costa. And when they’re gone, we can do nothing without them. Right now, we had plenty of AM. Seedorf, Pirlo, Dinho, Robinho, and Boateng. So it’s really dynamic and the enemy’s can’t predict our attack.
Comment-Alessandro says: It was great match in general and they controlled the match for most of the time! Abbiati’ save was excellent, which I think opened up the eyes of everyone afterwards because right afterwards they scored another goal. Boateng had an ok game in my opinion he made a couple of bad passed and was a bit too confident; nevertheless he made some good runs and put a lot of pressure on his opponents to react quickly. This Milan reminds me a bit of Barcelona because they played a good passing game! Hopefully, they can keep up with this and improve even more for the next time! Forza Milan!

♥AS FOR TREQUARTISTA BOATENG♥

AC Milan coach Allegri happy with goal scorer Boateng on recall Dec 5, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
I Want To Stay At Milan As Long As Possible – Ghana Midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng Dec 5, 2010 / By Goal

Milan 3-0 Brescia: Rampant Rossoneri Brush Aside Overmatched Visitors Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Allen Ind / 3:37 AM Dec 5, 2010: Allegri did everything right this match… even the substitutions were spot on… the best was making boateng the trequarista. u could just see how fast the team was… But through balls of Seedorf are better though but he s too slow… / 16 : 0
Comment-Dossantos Malabo / 11:24 PM Dec 4, 2010: Boateng’s scored, Robinho too then Ibraimovic came in and scored as well, goal.com named him man of the match, u just overrated Ibra too much. Boateng even he scored today he still committing plenty of mistakes, playing rough football and can’t read strikes nor good passing. he can run I know but too rough soccer can cause us a lot of risk against a better team. / 0 : 0

Milan 3 – 0 Brescia Dec 5, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Alessandro says: (…) Boateng had an ok game in my opinion he made a couple of bad passed and was a bit too confident; nevertheless he made some good runs and put a lot of pressure on his opponents to react quickly. (…)

♥AS FOR IBRACADABRA♥

Milan 3-0 Brescia: Rampant Rossoneri Brush Aside Overmatched Visitors Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Me Here / 7:57 PM Dec 4, 2010: How many goals has Ibra been involved with?? If I had to guess, I’d say at least 70% of our goals have some input from him / 0 : 0
Comment-lolo milan / 9:33 PM Dec 4, 2010: This is Milan without Zlatan: a team with no pace, no attack and no motivation. The last 17 minutes show what Ibra means, not only by scoring and assisting, but also possession wise. The worlds best target player is “back to origin”. / 0 : 0
Comment-me here / 10:08 PM Dec 4, 2010: Ibra can keep being “tired” if it means more assists and goals / 35 : 0

Comment-jerry dar es salaam / 12:04 AM Dec 5, 2010: i wish ibra would raise his fitness level. He is amazing, and it is unfortunately mostly his fitness that limits him.. Increase his stamina and nothing can stop him! Love ibra! / 0 : 1

(JIWON: I’m not sure of the last comment. But the writing about Ibra’s stamina made me laugh. I’m thinking… If Ibra follows in the footsteps of CR7’s LaLiga stamina, he may lose his typical magical performance. This is not a style of Serie-A. Hum… But I do agree that Ibracadabra needs to be very careful about his stamina.)

AC Milan striker Ibrahimovic rules out Real Madrid move Dec 1, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Inter Milan president Moratti winds up Ibrahimovic over missing Treble Dec 2, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Reassures Milan Fans That He Will Not Retire In Three Years Nov 30, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “It is not my intention to stop playing in three years, especially as my contract with Milan only expires in 2014. I’d also like to point out that my transfer to Barcelona in the summer of 2009 was wanted exclusively by me,” Ibrahimovic told Milan’s official website.

AC Milan boss Allegri admits Ibrahimovic has transformed fortunes Nov 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “He struck me with his openness towards his teammates and the team.” (…)

(JIWON: Therefore… Let’s hope Allegri’s EVERY player to strike him with his openness towards his teammates and the team.” 🙂 )

♥AS FOR DINHO♥

AC Milan’s Ronaldinho remains a strong target for LA Galaxy Nov 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Milan Are Treating Ronaldinho Like A Baby – Luciano Moggi Nov 29, 2010 / By Goal
Carlo Garganese: 10 Reasons Why Inter Are In Crisis Nov 22, 2010 / By Goal
LOST MOTIVATION: Along the same line as the ‘World Cup Hangover’, when a player has won everything there is to win then motivation can become a problem. Especially when the player is approaching veteran status and is exhausted. It is only natural that charging through brick walls and leaving every drop of blood out on the pitch will seem less desirable. This is a key reason why ex-Juventus transfer chief Luciano Moggi often made wholesale changes to his club each season during the mid-to-late 1990s, despite the Bianconeri’s dominance. He was scared of things going stale.

(JIWON: Weird… weird… and weird. 🙂 )

Ronaldinho Faces Two-Game Test To Earn New Milan Deal – Report Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Cannot Guarantee Ronaldinho Regular Action Nov 30, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “I don’t like changing things just to change or to break the team’s balance,” he told Sportmediaset.it. Ronaldinho is serene, but also angry that he doesn’t play, but there will always been unhappy players because I cannot play them all.” (…)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Hails Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Leadership Qualities Nov 30, 2010 / By Goal
Allegri says Ronaldinho still has role to play at AC Milan Nov 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
“Right now Dinho is out of the team but there isn’t anything bad about it. I choose the team on the basis of the upcoming games and the condition of the players. Bulldog/Ambro/Binho was out at the beginning but won his place back. I told Binho that Milan is a big opportunity and he is now taking it in the best way possible. There will also be need of Ronaldinho. Like everyone he must put himself in discussion.”

(JIWON: Therefore… BOSS Allegri is waiting for ANGRY LEGEND Gauch to stand up and strike him with his OPENNESS towards his teammates and the team. 🙂 )

Milan 3 – 0 Brescia Dec 5, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Jack says: all these ronaldinho fan boys!! are really making me sick. The twenty mins he played he showed no effort (i wanted him to at least try, because I wanted him to take seedorfs place) but he didn’t. And after this awesome win I see everywhere all these so called “MILAN” fans are complaining even after ronaldinho got a chance to show, the subs were perfect and Milan are actually dominating matches. Ronaldinho should leave this Jan just to get rid of all these filthy fanboys from Milan sites. I never knew these f——g fanboys would be so illogical and stupid. So here is What I Got for YOU!
Yesterday Allegri was AWESOME, HECK HE WAS AWESOME ALL THIS SEASON BECAUSE TO BE A GOOD COACH YOU NEED GUTS AND HE HAD PLENTY TO BENCH RONALDINHO AND STILL WIN CONVINCINGLY.
AND FOR HIS DECISIONS WE ARE NUMBER 1!
AND FOR ALL THESE IDIOTIC FANBOYS LISTEN TO ONE THING WE ARE MILAN!!
NOT RONALDINHO’S PLAYHOUSE! IF YOU WANNA KEEP SUCKING WHAT YOU SUCK! GO TO HIS HOUSE !

Milan 3-0 Brescia: Rampant Rossoneri Brush Aside Overmatched Visitors Dec 4, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Lii Usa / 9:53 PM Dec 4, 2010: I don’t know why when Dinho came on for Ibra, I was nervous if he fail to show “he still deserve stay in Milan”. “I just prayed for him”. please score or at least did well. “It’s funny about me”. my heart it seem stop when he has a ball. Anyway thanks to Allergi gave him a chance but it seem he could not prove it, doesn’t he? / Can anyone comment on Dinho play please. Thank you. / 19 : 2
Comment-doro usa / 9:55 PM Dec 4, 2010: Dinho needs to move on. Get somewhere you can still enjoying football. Allegeri wants to make himself by benching you. He is ordinary. you extra ordinary and do not deserve this kind of mistreatment from mediocre coach. / 15 : 12
Comment-Alien Mars / 9:57 PM Dec 4, 2010: not summer, leave in January Dinho….. find a club that can give u the respect u deserve…. a club that can give us the entertainment we deserve…. the joy of watching u play, with that smile on ur face / 11 : 21
Comment-Forza milan / 9:58 PM Dec 4, 2010: Ronaldinho came on and he was very poor! There are reports that milan will sign Ganso and let ronaldinho go. I really hope it’s true. / 32 : 29
Comment-Forza Milan / 10:01 PM Dec 4, 2010: Abate deserved a 7. He was very dangerous in attack provided a beautiful ball to ronnie but he missed. And hardly anything got past him. He does not deserve 6. / 52 : 0
Comment-littlemorella Nesta lover No.1 germany / 10:40 PM Dec 4, 2010: @Lii Usa. Well, I think that Dinho played ok. Of course, he is now under pressure. That is difficult for him. If it was ok for Allegri, I don`t know but Dinho can “prove it” during training, too. I am sorry that you suffer so much. You seem to be a lovely + fair person. Keep hope! / 0 : 0
Comment-Lii usa / 11:54 PM Dec 4, 2010: Ok I thought Ronaldinho played not well against Brescia (I was really nervous when saw him played) but when I re-watched, He played ok but still got problem “defence” so no more complain about Coach. Dinho should leave.. Allergi did good job “it’s my honest”.. Sorry Dinho!! just come to Usa, We welcome you!! / 1 : 0

Comment-milan 4ever / 10:06 PM Dec 4, 2010: You all who are against allegris tactics just shut up. Dinho is wonderful but like this way milan finds balance and wins. just look we finally have some wins in a row / 17 : 2
Comment-Edmond Brussels / 5:54 AM Dec 5, 2010: As much as we all love and respect Ronaldhino we should be also honest and say that Alegri has giving him chances on the starting 11 at the start of the season, and it didnt work he has become very lazy and milan play was very predictable by playing the ball on the left side each time, is like we didnt have any other options but passing the ball to Dhino right away and he simply didnt deliver. I like this starting 11 much better and has giving us good results. / 2 : 1

Comment-sal rome / 2:10 AM Dec 5, 2010: zulu you clearly dont know why allegri is keeping dinho out. he’s doing it for the same reason ferguson kept rooney on the bench for a while a month ago. dinho was caught going to clubs until 2 am which is not the life an athlete should be upholding. he can’t be fined of course, but he can be punished morally. and this is a perfect punishment. / 0 : 0
Comment-ROSSONERI U.S.A / 10:29 PM Dec 4, 2010: Ronaldinho if he doesn’t start performing in training and getting fitter then he will leave. Milan don’t need Ronaldinho and each win proves that. Milan played an excellent game. Pirlo once again proves all the media and the people that doubted him and branded him a burden to Milan’s midfield. Today Milan was more creative and was more effective in their ball possession. Ibra scored a great goal and assisted. Milan need Ganso, Balotelli, and Cissokho or another quality leftback to win the CL. / 1 : 0
Comment-Sjonni Iceland / 11:57 PM Dec 4, 2010: At the moment, Robinho is far better than Ronaldinho and that’s why Ronnie isn’t playing. Pretty simple. Ronaldinho can’t expect to get to play regularly forever because he can have a great pass every now and than. He needs to work hard and get into shape and earn his place in the team just like everybody else!! That’s how it works. / 2 : 1
Comment-CristinaMilanista San Siro / 10:20 PM Dec 4, 2010: im tired of this Dinho debate. 1st hes good cuz he scored in 10 minutes then hes bad cuz he didnt score today etc, u cant judge a players current form on a total of 40 minutes playing time in 3 matches, its just not possible. The team is doing well but the season is long and things change. I’ll respect allegri’s choices but in turn i want him to be fair. If he has a longterm plan to bench Dinho regardless of form then he should do him a favour and let him enjoy his football elsewhere. forza milan / 82 : 2
Comment-forza milan / 12:47 AM Dec 5, 2010: I hope ronaldinho leaves soon so all these “ronnie lovers” will leave the milan forum forever. good riddance! / 4 : 2
Comment-Martel bragg / 1:40 AM Dec 5, 2010: To Zulu USA… U are not a Milan supporter obviously. No one player is greater than the team, ronaldinho needs to bust his ass at practice just as prince has done to earn a starting spot. All u ronaldinho supporters need to go to his page and whine, here this is AC Milan’s page / 7 : 2

Comment-bobby australia / 2:14 AM Dec 5, 2010: listen, why would allegri start dinho if the players he has been starting have all been performing and winning matches? why fix something that isn’t broken? dont worry, when needed, allegri will give dinho his chance. forza milan! / 9 : 0
Comment-MI IILAN / 2:36 AM Dec 5, 2010: Dinho was on great form, particularly towards the end of last season. It’s also true that a player of his pedigree is held to high standard, therefore Dinho’s subject to a greater degree of scrutiny when not on form. Allegri’s experimental coaching may not bring out good form; only time can tell. I do suppose he’s going back to Brazil within the next few years, a like Rivaldo, Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos. The next World Cup is Brazil; Brazilian super-stars are schooling their own. / 5 : 0

(JIWON: I think this comment section was the best collection that I could find for “Happy Happy Gaucho.” Unlike previous cases, everything was found. Now, I feel no need to make this section again. It will become a repeated work… until Dinho accepts his wage-cut.)

♥POSTSCRIPT♥ – (Updated on DECEMBER 12, 2010)

♥P.S. – BRESCIA♥

OFFICIAL: Brescia Sack Coach Giuseppe Iachini Dec 6, 2010 / By Goal
Official: Mario Beretta Appointed New Brescia Coach Dec 6, 2010 / By Goal
Mario Beretta Embraces New Brescia Role & Offers Survival Pledge Dec 7, 2010 / By Goal
New Brescia Coach Mario Beretta Delighted With Morale-Boosting Win Over Sampdoria Dec 12, 2010 / By Goal

♥P.S. – IBRAHIMOVIC♥

EXCLUSIVE: Milan Are Scudetto Favourites – (Former Milan Striker) Pietro Paolo Virdis Dec 6, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Even though the league is still long, Milan have found the right balance in midfield … I also think Pirlo could be played as a trequartista behind the strikers.” Ibrahimovic has led the firing line, and Virdis agrees the striker is the glue holding it all together. “He has great physique, but at the same time he moves like a ballerina. And to all this he adds great technical quality and his efforts are being felt in the team. Everything revolves around him.” Virdis played for Milan between 1984 and 1989 winning a Scudetto, European Cup and SuperCoppa Italiana.

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