PROFESSOR-10: Moratti To Appoint Milan’s LEO As A Successor To “Special One”. What Does It Mean? Time To Rewrite AC-Milan’s History… About Milan’s True Icons.

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(Updated on JANUARY 18, 2011) – NO internet connection until FRIDAY… BYE.
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🙂 Italy-Belcanto > Rossoneri 2010-2011: Flop4
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PROFESSOR-10: Something Fundamental!

PART-1: Berlusconi’s LEO To Become Moratti’s Pet? A Cardinal Principle.
PART-2: “Special One” Left Italy! F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano Have Lost Physical Strength. Do Italian Professionals, Patriots In Particular, Know How To Support Their Foreign Club?
PART-3: Therefore… You-Know-Who Got Fired…
PART-4: Moratti’s Cassano To Join AC-Milan? AC-Milan’s Brazilian LEO To Become Moratti’s Pet?
PART-5: Moratti Claims That His Choice Of LEO Was Not To Irritate Milan. Therefore, LEO Plans To Hijack Kaka, Maldini, And More. As Usual, “Inter & Co.” Are Involved In “Plot To Shatter Milan” Or “Project To Draw Cash From Berlusconi”.
PART-6: Just In Case Maldini Or Any Of Milan Legends, Who Are Too Generous To Ignore LEO’s Pretend-To-Be-Poor Face, Don’t Know… Only Time Will Tell What Kind Of TRAITOR!(?) Brazilian LEO Will Become.
PART-7: Just In Case Berlusconi’s LEO becomes Moratti’s Pet. Perhaps, It’s Time To Rewrite AC-Milan’s History… About Intellectual Loyalty.
PART-8: Just In Case Berlusconi’s LEO becomes Moratti’s Pet. Perhaps, It’s Time To Rewrite AC-Milan’s History… About Money & Professionalism.
PART-9: Just In Case Berlusconi’s LEO becomes Moratti’s Pet. Perhaps, It’s Time To Rewrite AC-Milan’s History… About Milan’s True Icons.
PART-10: Inter’s Icon Zanetti Backs LEO. Inter’s Icon Materazzi Welcomes LEO. Perfect! … WORKING…

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

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🙂 PROFESSOR-09: seedorf
🙂 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)
🙂 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)
🙂 PROFESSOR-05: Watch Out! Was Moggiopoli-2006 About Money? Was Calciopoli-2009 About Scudetto? Inter’s Calciopoli-2010 Has Just Started! (Oct 16, 2010 – ???)

🙂 R7-9: Allegri In Hot Water With No Midfield Working For His Plan. Pato Was Going To Fly Like Swan But Becomes Duckling. AC-Milan Still Lacks A Perfect Balance Between “Old & Young”. (Oct 16 – Nov 3, 2010)
PROFESSOR-04: Importance Of Midfield At Berlusconi, Ancelotti, Leonardo, Allegri, and Ronaldinho’s AC-Milan.

🙂 R5-6: Rossoneri Is Being Rebuilt. Calcio Is A Sport, But Also An Art. Binho Woke Up. Gattuso Is Returning To Calabrian Bulldog. Kick Off Birthday Party With Pirlo’s Goal. Let’s Run. We’re Getting There. “La Bella Italia”! (Sep 25 – Oct 2, 2010)
PROFESSOR-03: LET’S BIRTHDAY PARTY! “ALTOGETHER NOW. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!” HOWEVER… they all had to sing… “HAPPY BIRTHDAY! SIR BERLUSCONI (Sep 29, 1936)!!!” 🙂
PROFESSOR-02: Please, Performers Are Not Machine. “Affection” Rather Than “Criticism”, “Heartful Training Regardless Of Its Strictness” Is What AC-Milan’s Rookie Binho Wants To Receive At His New Foreign Home. At Least, Rossoneri Have 6 Months Until Troublemaker Binho Resumes His Kind Of F*cking Behavior. It Can Be A Profitable Business, Anyway.

🙂 R1-5: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced (Sep 11 – 25, 2010).
PROFESSOR-01: Professor Berlusconi Says “Bla-Bla-Bla”. No Matter What, His Lecture Becomes Pure Political. WHY?

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PART-1: Berlusconi’s LEO To Become Moratti’s Pet? A Cardinal Principle.

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🙂 PROFESSOR 11: bella samba…

(Updated on DECEMBER 25, 2010)

(JIWON: What I feel still funny is that… no matter how much they analyze Milan players’ struggling during LEO’s hot days, especially Italian ones and their Duckling, they never plan to appreciate Berlusconi’s remarks, which are from the most far-sighted of politicians. Whenever Owner Berlusconi opens his mouth, whether big or frank or generous or humorous, “Abusive Remark” is what Milan Owner mostly get from the Italian/International football fans. Pease check this Korean article, for example. Most of its Korean comments can become the legal issue. This is WWW.GOAL.COM, of course, but still… Perhaps, those Korean kids should really be treated in a legal way. After a series of entertainers’ suicides, Korean internet community has been applying a stricter rule and more and more cases are becoming legal issues.

However… even in this situation, it’s getting harder and harder to support Sir Berlusconi… especially after b-u-n-g-a-b-u-n-g-a… and then w-i-k-i-l-e-a-k-s.

Dear Sir…
After reading my report today, you’re gonna throw the most frank CRITICISM on TRAITOR!(?) LEO. Aren’t you? Just as you did in ALL the previous cases, including the case of “Bugnano-Clooney-Ruby”… (… if anyone wants to know this computer work on this issue, please use the search button… “Senator Patrizia Bugnano” will be the keywords… and then return to Internet to read all the articles about streethooker or pornstar ruby…sic.)

Dear Sir… Dear My Dearest Sir Berlusconi,
I promise that I will do all the DIRTY jobs… on this issue. I promise that my writing will become dirtier and more direct. Could you please please make your former employee LEO feel blessed to be able to work at Milan’s arch rival? This guy basically wanted to work in EPL but has been offered no job since You-Know-When. You know why. Basically, you were the very first one, who acknowledged his high ability and this FACT made you react more and more furiously whenever you had to watch your favorite players struggling on the pitch. Weren’t you?

With no doubt, ALL Italian youths will have a harder time at LEO’s Inter. Then, unlike Balotelli’s case, Mr. Moratti will have to be honest and offer them the right opportunity to join their favorite AC-Milan… starting from Davide Santon. Who knows? Time will pass, anyway, and you will be proud of watching Another Capello, who will still claim to be a part of Rich Milan Culture working in EPL. Dear Sir… MERRY CHRISTMAS!)

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PART-2: “Special One” Left Italy! F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano Have Lost Physical Strength. Do Italian Professionals, Patriots In Particular, Know How To Support Their Foreign Club?

(Updated on NOVEMBER 15, 2010)

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🙂 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)
SA-12 Inter Milan 0-1 Milan: “Old Milan vs. Injured Inter”. Inter Removes Moratti’s Curse On Ibra’s PK. Bulldog Is So Hot, Taken Off Before Being Sent Off. Despite Inter’s Dirty Game Instigating Abate’s Red Card, Allegri’s 10 Men Are Jelling Together. Just… New Midfield Need To Rotate To Function Better. So Does SLOWdorf’s Mega-Professionalism. Just… Silvio Is Under Hallucination To Win Anything… BRRR.

(JIWON: No need to depict Mr. Moratti’s furious face… scary…)

Arsene Wenger Wanted To Quit Arsenal; Inter Should Have Signed Him, Not Rafael Benitez – Luciano Moggi Nov 11, 2010 / By Goal
Shepherd Rafael Benitez Has Lost Control Of Inter Sheep – Luciano Moggi Nov 15, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Inter were an arrogant side under Jose Mourinho, but now they are under shepherd Benitez’s guidance and they are out of control. They have lost physical strength. … .” (…)

(JIWON: I have no idea about who is Arsenal’s coach. I just read Korean comments predicting that it’s hard to believe the possibility of his departure of Arsenal but it’s also impossible to imagine Professor Wenger’s Youth Team in Italian league, especially when it comes to F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano.)

Inter Coach Rafael Benitez Admits The Season Is Not Over Nov 14, 2010 / By Goal
“We had four players who were returning from injury, and they all needed time to find the right physical conditioning. Those players who weren’t 100% fit found it difficult.” Benitez says the six-point gap to the Rossoneri can be closed, as the season is still long. “It is a points gap that no one likes, but this difference can be closed,” he said. “Losing a derby is never easy, and we must find the right mentality to recuperate.”

Inter President Massimo Moratti: Rafael Benitez Has To Earn His Corn If He Wants New Players In January Nov 15, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Won’t Decide Rafael Benitez’s Future, Inter Will – Inter CEO Ernesto Paolillo Nov 15, 2010 / By Goal
Massimo Moratti Wanted Inter To Do More Against Milan Nov 14, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-juventino maldives / 4:20 AM Nov 15, 2010: moratti, its time for another calciopoli fabrication, than you guys might start to win again. / 25 : 8
Comment-Real Madrid canada / 4:14 AM Nov 15, 2010: With the way Moratti is talking, Rafa might be in trouble soon. / 27 :1

(JIWON: Dear Mr. Moggi…
I feel very sorry to say this. But I really think… at least… Mr. Moggi and FIGC Chief Giancarlo Abete and Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli should support Inter Coach Rafael Benitez from the bottom of their heart and help this poor professional to realize his ideal football style in Italian league… when it comes to F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano… if they really care about Italian football, Italian league, and Italian national team.
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Marcello Lippi Blasts “Inter & Special-One”: They Are Not Italian! Mar 17, 2010 / By sports.peacefmonline

(… this computer work started in-between…)

World Cup 2010: Italy Boss Marcello Lippi Congratulates “Inter+Special-One” On Champions League Win May 23, 2010 / By Goal

“My Model To Follow Is Barcelona And I Want Inter To Play The Same Game,” Said Rafael Benitez Jul 20, 2010 / By worldfootballsoccer.com
Moratti roars to Inter Milan fans: I promise you Messi! Oct 11, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Moratti: Messi To Inter Is No Joke Oct 22, 2010 / By soccerladuma.co.za

Shepherd Rafael Benitez Has Lost Control Of Inter Sheep – Luciano Moggi Nov 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Sam Sweden / 1:31 PM Nov 15, 2010: I dont think their will be moans and groans, the ref was not particularly hard on Inter, it was a def penalty and Inter did nothing to win the game. Benetiz said he would bring EXCITING ATTRACTIVE FOOTBALL to Inter. I would rather have Mou’s winning football where we scored goals rather than Benetiz garbage / 0 : 0

Palermo 1-2 Inter: Samuel Eto’o Brace Decides Spectacular Sicilian Encounter Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Varun London / 9:25 PM Sep 19, 2010: Is it just me or is this Inter actually playing some beautiful football? They were loads of chances created today and we now enjoy a lot more possession as well. I don’t know but if we keep playing like this, it may be the start of another fantastic year. Everyone talking about Mou forgets that he took time as well and that last year we had like five draws in seven games with him. / 77 : 1

(JIWON: Basically, it was Korean comment section, which pointed out this. It was a “once-in-a-blue-moon” comment, of course. But they pointed out Benitez’s personality, which is originally not outspoken but rather reticent. They also pointed out that Benitez’s Inter was going through some experiment session. Therefore, they predicted that the next Milan-derby will result in AC-Milan’s defeat, if AC-Milan fails to find the right balance between “Fantastic Four”, especially Robinho’s potential, and if Benitez’s project succeeds. It is very weird that I found most of Benitez’s Inter from other articles, mainly EPL’s articles, but from time to time, their debate gave me a clue how to analyze Inter’s struggling. But it was the English comments above that made me suddenly realize what Mr. Moratti really wanted from his Inter when he never hesitated to invite Mr. Benitez to train priceless players of “Special One”.

Guess what? If the analysis of AC-Milan’s struggling has given me such a huge headache, Inter’s case was a piece of cake. Simply because Inter has been no hint of Italian football, no matter how healthy they look, and everybody was telling what meant “Special One”. Simply because AC-Milan has been losing Italian characteristics during Inter’s dominance since Moggiopoli 2006, and now struggling to return to its original place, and therefore, everything inside AC-Milan has been messed up, including Uncle Fester’s busy life. 🙂 )

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

(…months-long computer work… to make Sir Berlusconi’s AC-Milan… to regain its Italian characteristics… because it was the only way to muzzle Mr. Dictator’s ABSOLUTE mouth… tired…)

(JIWON: F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano is a group of FOREIGNERS. As far as I know, this is the only way for this invasive species to survive in the Italian ecosystem and contribute to the Italian football, without destroying its “FANCY, ELEGANT AND STYLISH” characteristic.

Did “Inter+Mancini” look ugly? Did “Inter+SpecialOne” look ugly? They looked healthy, very healthy. Those foreigners looked nice. “Inter+SpecialOne” even looked attractive. Only their Italian counterparts looked ugly.

Still, it’s impossible for me to understand what makes F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano reach the acme of its prosperity in Italian league. How come they can represent Italian football league? It seems that most of the intelligent and the bourgeoisie prefer to see this foreign group represent their country. Just like core of Italians, Northern League, rather want to support their individual football league. Then, I much prefer their Padania national football team to F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano. This is much more like Italian… at least in this very foreigner’s viewpoint. It’s an impossible situation in Korea. Does Japanese football league allow this situation? Even Waltraud Meier’s Myung-whun Chung wants to use his Korean directorship to sell his Korean fame in the European market, no matter how many foreign sh*ts he secretly(?) keeps in his Korean orchestra. He wants to represent International orchestras and sell his international fame in his Korean market, of course, but this is because it secures he and his family’s Korean job more effectively.

Probably, Inter coach Benitez will have to be sacked and “Moratti & Co.” knows how to find the right person, “Post-Special-One”, who will surely know how to maximize PHYSICAL STRENGTH of F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano… with their typical ANTIFOOTBALL TACTICS. Probably, Italian intelligent, bourgeoisie adults will want to cheer for their favorite club more and more. The more stronger, the better. No need to describe the strongest, even way-too aggressive supporting activities of Inter Ultras Kids. Please keep supporting. Please imagine…

May I finish this part with this? Please imagine…)

Luciano Moggi Is The Best, But Palermo Cannot Sign Him – Maurizio Zamparini Nov 3, 2010 / By Goal
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini Identifies Saudi Prince Abdul Mohsin Al Hokair As His Successor Nov 13, 2010 / By Goal

(Updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2010) – P.S.

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🙂 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)
PART-9: When Milan Players Are Born With “Delicate Feet”. Whether Samba Or Not…
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini In No Rush To Sell Club Nov 22, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Therefore… welcome to the next chapter…)

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PART-3: Therefore… You-Know-Who Got Fired…

(Updated on JANUARY 3, 2010)

Club World Cup Inter President Massimo Moratti Praises Rafael Benitez After Victory Over Seongnam Ilhwa Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho: Rafa Benitez should thank me for Inter’s Club World Cup triumph Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal
Inter Coach Rafael Benitez Issues Ultimatum To Club: Back Me Or Sack Me Dec 19, 2010 / By Goal

Inter Coach Rafael Benitez Deserves Instant Sacking – Luciano Moggi Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Until Saturday I supported Benitez because everyone accused him of being the only problem at Inter, but I never expected his outburst like the one at the end of the Club World Cup final,” Moggi told the programme Ieri, Moggi e Domani. “If he had something to say he should not have waited until the end of the Club World Cup. If Inter promised him something else then he should have resigned.” (…)

(JIWON: Jesus Christ… This is exactly what the Korean comment section, which showed pity on Benitez’ Inter job… once in a blue moon, though…, were explaining. That this professional doesn’t know when to speak out… despite his hard working professionalism, writing down every each detail on his notebook. 😦 Therefore… LEO’s Transfer Saga started…)

Saga LINKs…

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PART-4: Moratti’s Cassano To Join AC-Milan? AC-Milan’s Brazilian LEO To Become Moratti’s Pet?

(Updated on DECEMBER 22, 2010)

Silvio Berlusconi Confirms Milan Will Sign Sampdoria Striker Antonio Cassano Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano To Join Up With Milan For Their Trip To Dubai Before The New Year – Report Dec 21, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: OMG…)

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

🙂 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)

(JIWON: Wasn’t this written after Cassano Agrees To Leave Sampdoria For Inter (Nov 25, 2010), which happened during “AJ Auxerre 0-2 Milan”? Wasn’t this written to celebrate Cassano’s Future Scandal at Inter… in honor of the 61st birthday of Milan’s Mayor Mrs. Letizia Moratti? Therefore, I tried NOT to mention Anything-Better-Cassano either in PROFESSOR-07… Ibra… Fantasista or in PROFESSOR-08… Morrati… Music/Whore… Football/Baggio. Therefore, after finishing both parts, I was ready to enjoy Cassano’s Adventure at F.C. Internazionale Milano. According to the Korean comment section…)

1. Juventus’ Korean fans showed the most comical reaction. They don’t welcome Cassano, but they also don’t want to see this Italian Brat join their rival clubs. Therefore, they’d better send Cassano into other leagues and wish him the best luck THERE. 🙂
2. Part of Inter fans welcomed Cassano, of course. It is said that Cassano loves Inter and hates AC-Milan. But part of them questioned his position there. If Sneijder or Eto’o thinks OK, something more will happen to Milito.

(JIWON: Now, I am tearing all my hair out. I had to search for Cassano’s old Korean articles and read ALL the comment section. AAAAARGH!)

1. They paid tribute to Roma’s Cassano as a legendary S.O.B., who was kicked out of Totti’s home after…
2. They admired Cassano’s Adventure at Real Madrid, where Legend Casanova lived life hardest and fastest… and then Raul-Scandal… and then Mentor Capello had to chase and arrest the criminal, who just missed the training session. 🙂 Simply, how many S.O.B.s, starting from Brazilian Partyanimal R9 and then Binho and then Italian Casanova…, did Maestro Capello have to deal with during his Madrid job? I now truly appreciate his hard working there. 🙂
3. Yeah… Berlusconi is (partly) right. Lazy Dinho is still better than Lazier Cassano… in his freekicks. And Binho doesn’t have to worry, because Cassano will only make Prince concentrate on his own role more.
4. Surprise! Baggio is said to be Cassano’s childhood hero, and Cassano is said to be still proud of PHOTO: Boy Cassano with the great Roberto Baggio’s Milan Jersey in happier times. Anyway, how many Korean fans read his autobiography, “Sex and food, a perfect night”? Simply surprise…
5. Therefore… their conclusion is… “SUMMON CAROLINA!”… or nothing will work.

(JIWON: My conclusion? Just like Sir Berlusconi, I am still not entirely happy with Carolina’s hubby. His current physique, I mean. IMHO, Milan Tell Antonio Cassano: Don’t Blow It!!!!!!!!!! I can accept Casanova, if he strictly follows Milan’s training session. But I can NEVER accept Carolina’s hubby if he commands, asks, and begs his teammates to follow his style. Milan will risk of more injuries… just like during LEO’s hot days. This is my only concern.)

Leonardo insists Roma job not on agenda: I cannot betray AC Milan Oct 24, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Former Milan Coach Leonardo Agrees To Take Inter Reins From Rafael Benitez – Report Dec 21, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: OMG… again.)

Mourinho reminds Rafa Benitez that he will remain in his shadow Aug 9, 2010 / By sports.yahoo.com
Shepherd Rafael Benitez Has Lost Control Of Inter Sheep – Luciano Moggi Nov 15, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho: Rafa Benitez should thank me for Inter’s Club World Cup triumph Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal
Mourinho rules out Inter return Dec 22, 2010 / By soccernet.espn

Inter President Massimo Moratti Had Lunch With Former Milan Coach Leonardo Nov 17, 2010 / By Goal
Moratti explains Inter Milan offer to AC Milan legend Maldini Nov 18, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Moratti ponders bringing unhappy Chelsea boss Ancelotti to Inter Milan Nov 22, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
England Coach Fabio Capello Favourite To Replace Rafael Benitez At Inter Dec 9, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: To put it simply, having being founded on Mar 9, 1908, F.C. Internazionale Milano is blessed with its long history. There are only 9 years between Milan and Inter. That means there are just as many Inter’s Legends as Milan’s Icons. Then how come Inter’s Moratti is so obsessed with Milan stuffs?)

Milan Had Signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic From Juventus In 2006 But Calciopoli Scuppered The Deal – Adriano Galliani Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal

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🙂 PART-7: “World Cup 2010” Starts. Let’s Imagine “Old Screw Silvio’s” Furious Face. Who Says, “Serie A Is Too Defensive And Barcelona Have More Depth Than Inter”? Who Says, “In 80’s & 90’s, There Was A Serie A Supremacy”? (Jun 16 – 18, 2010)
PART-7b: Who Says, “Serie A Is Too Defensive And Barcelona Have More Depth Than Inter”? Words To Define “Defensive”. Imagine Berlusconi-Rage; “Tactics… Unpredictable… For Mature Soccer Fans… Tension In The Matches… Don’t Rely On Pace Or Tricks…”
(Updated on JUNE 16-18, 2010)
Massimo Moratti: Zlatan Ibrahimovic can return to Inter if he admits leaving for Barcelona was a mistake May 29, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Please look. It was Mr. Moratti, who blocked Ibra’s possible return to Inter, and this is how this miserable guy at Barca was able to join AC-Milan… through “Balotelli+Ibra+Binho’s Transfer Saga”… or simply through this computer work, which was accompanied by insane workaholic Uncle Fester. Then, everybody has witnessed a series of mysterious reactions from furious Moratti. Hard to understand… since Milan Had Signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic From Juventus In 2006 But Calciopoli Scuppered The Deal – Adriano Galliani.)

José Mourinho: “The Special One” Loves to Stir Up Drama Feb 22, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Marzia Hazra
Inter Milan has been dominating the Italian top flight ever since the infamous Calciopoli scandal, and while the club may have gained more followers, they have made even more enemies. The reason? Not only are the Nerazzurri sore losers, but they are also bad winners. In the midst of it is José Mourinho, who simply loves to create that sense of “us against them” mentality, all the while claiming that he’s only protecting his players. As Inter patron Massimo Moratti, director Gabriele Oriali, and the Portuguese tactician have been busy complaining to the media about a so-called Anti-Inter campaign with the mission to stop the reigning champions from lifting their fifth straight Scudetto—his dislike directed towards the Beneamata has only been increasing. (…)

Gabriele Oriali: I Have Been Ousted By Inter Jul 20, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-inter course / 4:52 AM Jul 21, 2010: it must have something to do with the milito/motta signings from last year. still, the guy is a master with player negotiations and contracts. / 4 ; 0
Comment-Interista0419 Chatsworth, CA / 6:51 AM Jul 21, 2010: Lets see what Inter say on this (Milito – T.Motta deal kind of illegal though accidental) Oriali played in la beneamata for most of his career, and was with Inter’s staff for a long time after retirement. To see him gone is sad for Interistas everywhere. FORZA GRANDE INTERNAZIONALE / 8 ; 0
Comment-Rama Jakarta / 4:58 PM Jul 20, 2010: Boo hoo. These kinds of things only happens in Inter. As soon as a person becomes a former inter employee, that person will blast the club (Exhibit A as above) or sue them (Vieri and Mancio). This only happens to a club of mercenaries. / 6 ; 44

Gabriele Oriali: Real Madrid’s Jose Mourinho Knew How To Make Inter Win Nov 25, 2010 / By sports.yahoo.com

Oriali: “Qualcuno difenda l’Inter da Moggi” Nov 26, 2010 / By juvemania.it
Gabriele Oriali ex team manager nerazzurro (condannato per aver concorso al taroccamento del passaporto di Alvaro Recoba) torna a parlare ai microfoni di ‘Sky Sport’ e lo fa attaccando Luciano Moggi, colpevole negli ultimi tempi di una sorta di ‘eccesso di difesa’, che lo hanno portato ad avere un atteggiamento ostile nei confronti dell’Inter e di quel sistema che ha messo in piedi il processo farsa noto a tutti come Calciopoli: “Alle frasi contro Inter e Facchetti purtroppo non posso rispondere perché ho un contenzioso in corso per alcune dichiarazioni che Moggi ha rilasciato in passato – dichiara Oriali – dovrebbe replicare qualcuno dell’Inter. Però, tranne il presidente che ci mette sempre la faccia, non risponde nessuno…”.
[=Gabriele Oriali former Inter team manager (convicted of competition at the fake passports Alvaro Recoba) returns to the microphones to speak of ‘Sky Sport’ and does so by attacking Luciano Moggi, who is guilty in recent times a kind of ‘over-protection’, which led him to have a hostile attitude against Inter and the system that has set up the mock trial known to all as Calciopoli “At the sentences against Inter and Facchetti, unfortunately I can not answer because I have a dispute in progress for some statements that Moggi was released in the past – said Oriali – should replicate some of Inter. However, except the President who always puts his face, no one answers …. “]

Bologna 2010: la rinascita passa anche per Oriali Dec 21, 2010 / By calciomercatoblog.com
(…) Lele sta, però, temporeggiando dati i recenti fatti in casa neroazzurra. Dopo la frattura fra Benitez e Moratti, nel ciclone in casa Inter potrebbe finire anche Marco Branca, principale causa dell’allontanamento di Oriali. Sarebbe quindi a lui gradito un ritorno nella compagine milanese, dove non ha mai negato di voler tornare. Per questo sta prendendo tempo, nonostante Bologna sia per lui una destinazione più che gradita.
[= Lele is, however, given the recent stalling homemade neroazzurra. After the rift between Benitez and Moratti, the Inter Bringing Down the House could end up even Marco Branca, the main cause of removal of Oriali. It would therefore welcome a return to his team in Milan, where he has never denied wanting to come back. For this is stalling, despite Bologna either for him a target more than welcome.]

(JIWON: Then… Inter Ultra knows how to throw his thorny farewell to his BOSS and make his safe comeback. Who is afraid of whose big-frank-mouth on this issue, Moggiopoli-2006 and Inter’s Calciopoli-2007 or 2008 or 2009? It looks like Inter’s X is afraid of Inter’s Y in case he reveals all the detailed secrets… about p-h-o-n-e-c-o-n-v-e-r-s-a-t-i-o-n. Still, Inter’s ex-players never dare to open their mouth on this issue.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F.C._Internazionale_Milano
Luis Suárez (Spain) : 1995
Roy Hodgson (England) : 1995–1997
Luciano Castellini (Italy) : 1997
Luigi Simoni (Italy) : 1997–1998
Mircea Lucescu (Romania) : 1998–1999
Luciano Castellini (Italy) : 1999
Roy Hodgson (England) : 1999
Marcello Lippi (Italy) : 1999–2000
Marco Tardelli (Italy) : 2000–2001
Héctor Raul Cúper (Argentine) 2001–2003
Corrado Verdelli (Italy) : 2003
Alberto Zaccheroni (Italy) : 2003–2004
Roberto Mancini (Italy) : 2004–2008
José Mourinho (Portugal) : 2008–2010
Rafael Benítez (Spain) : 2010-2010
LEO (AC-MILAN) : 2010-?

José Mourinho: “The Special One” Loves to Stir Up Drama Feb 22, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Marzia Hazra
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Comment-Marzia: What Mou has done in terms of tactics is more than fine, however, what I mean by Mou hurting Inter is that he’s basically turning everybody against his own team in order to trigger his players. Smart, as Inter’s performances will no doubt show you..
Comment-Vampy: (…) Nonetheless, this article offers one thing that this thing of Mourinho may backfire Inter in long-term. It was an insightful read, Marzia. Cheers.

Inter Director Gabriele Oriali Hits Back At Leonardo’s Milan In Refereeing Row Mar 23, 2010 / By Goal
(…) The Lombardy-based duo have exchanged accusations in recent weeks after Milan closed the gap on their ‘cugini’ to a single point in Serie A. Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani insisted yesterday he will not take Inter’s bait any longer, but he may have to reconsider after Oriali attacked LEONARDO’s Rossoneri again in an interview with La Stampa. (…)

Inter Director Gabriele Oriali Hits Back At Leonardo’s Milan In Refereeing Row Mar 23, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Sam Sweden / 12:30 PM Mar 23, 2010: The amount of decisions that Milan have recieved, be it penalties, red cards for oppositions, etc etc is incredible and cannot be considered pure luck anymore. Just look at the derby, Inter have TWO players sent off plus conceded a penalty! Since Christmas there has been blatent favouritism toward Milan, whilst Inter have been the victim of many poor calls. Watch any of the matches after Christmas, this is irrefutable / 12 : 12

Comment-ado ny / 3:11 PM Mar 23, 2010: i remember the game against liverpool, that red card was so freaking stupid, and what makes even more mad is that, that year we were really and could have went to the final but the fer scred us over… / 17 : 13

Comment-duke kl,my / 10:57 AM Mar 23, 2010: how about Inter’s last minute penalties this season? / 36 : 31
Comment-Mito Macedonia / 12:36 PM Mar 23, 2010: This season there have been several matches in which Inter won with the referees on their side. The same goes for Milan, Juve and Roma, and this is normal. However last season was much different and Inter need to keep their mouth shot. / 20 : 14
Comment-Jesse Canada / 3:48 PM Mar 23, 2010: When i hear inter fans complaining about refs i laugh hysterically. If i were to list all of the controversies that have went in inters favour in the last FOUR years i’d be here typing for a week. But for inter this is “normal”. Such hypocrites. All this talk is because of fear that they’re league position is finally being threatened. They still havent accepted the fact that theyve been handed free scudettos since 2006 / 0 : 1
Comment-Alex USA / 4:00 PM Mar 23, 2010: Inter and everyone involved with them is truly pathetic. They are only happy when referees help them which is what gave them their last 4 scudettos. You are in no place to talk, u win 90% of your games unconvincingly and ugly. When Milan werent burdened with injuries they played the best football in italy. Stop crying and accept the fact that u have competition now and be thankful for all the things you’ve gotten away with (u know exactly what i mean) / 0 : 1
Comment-dshaj jak / 6:55 PM Mar 23, 2010: i can never respect in my life an an opinion of an inter fan or player or anybody who supports inter in any way since maicon’s clear offside goal last season i 4got the game but it was as much as offside as bayern’s second vs fiorentina… if by any chance milan were paying the ref how come we arent in first place then? if ur afraid of milan taking away the scudetto away from you u dont have to admit it but dont blame the refs for helping milan kuz they’re not… 😦 / 10 : 7
Comment-jooce colombia / 10:05 PM Mar 23, 2010: I can’t believe these clubs let these people speak like this. They only make themselves look like retards. It’s convenient how you don’t even count the amount of errors Inter has benefit from. Hell you wouldn’t even be in the CL this year if all the errors last year were rightfully called. LoL Inter are such losers. / 21 : 10
Comment-John Here / 10:26 PM Mar 23, 2010: Inter are only content when the refs are helping them hahaha / 26 : 10
Comment-jooce colombia / 1:08 AM Mar 24, 2010: You will notice how he doesn’t comment on the blatant PK Kolou should have had in the first leg. That would have changed everything. / 8 : 7

Esclusiva: Leonardo è un consiglio di Oriali Dec 21, 2010 / By datasport.it
(…) C’è di più: nei giorni scorsi la vecchia bandiera nerazzurra è stato in stretto contatto con il presidente, ha speso parole importanti nei riguardi di Leonardo, l’ha quasi sponsorizzato e consigliato, trovando pieno appoggio nel presidente. Moratti mai ha digerito la scelta Benitez, farina del sacco di Branca. E gli sviluppi vanno seguiti con attenzione, indipendentemente dalla pur importante vicenda allenatore.
[= What’s more, in recent days Oriali was in close contact with Moratti, has spent the important words in regard to Leonardo, and he sponsored nearly advice, full support in Moratti. Moratti has never digested the choice Benitez, flour bag Branca. And the development should be closely observed, regardless of the coach while important story.]

(JIWON: So… isn’t it easy to figure out the REAL reason behind Inter’s Moratti’s pursuing AC-Milan’s Icons? It neither means that F.C. Internazionale Milano lack their own resources nor means that it is a pure expression of their respect of Milan’s Icons. There is a specific reason. I myself realized it after finishing this work. Until I finish this work, part of myself…)

(Updated on DECEMBER 23, 2010) – P.S.

Barcelona’s Greatest Moment Was Selling Disaster Zlatan Ibrahimovic To Milan – Sandro Rosell Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal

Leonardo To Sign Kaka From Real Madrid At Inter As Rafa Benitez Rescission Talks Continue – Report Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
(…) The former Milan coach feels Inter lack resources and policy, and he will re-establish the rules by whipping the squad into line. (…)

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani Would Be Surprised If Leonardo Takes Inter Job Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan director Cantamessa says they would accept Leonardo as Inter coach Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Manchester City Boss Roberto Mancini Feels For Sacked Inter Coach Rafa Benitez Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal

Javier Zanetti Backs Leonardo For Inter Job Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Former Milan Coach Leonardo Coy About Inter Job Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid’s Jose Mourinho: I Am The Best Coach In The World Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Inter Legend Walter Zenga Moves Closer To Inter Coaching Position After Being Sacked From Al-Nassr Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal

Javier Zanetti Gives Go-Ahead For Leonardo To Join Inter Dec 24, 2010 / By Goal
OFFICIAL: Inter Appoint Leonardo As Coach Until 2012 Dec 24, 2010 / By Goal
Inter Linked With Kaka, Luis Fabiano, Ricardo Montolivo And More As Leonardo Takes Charge Dec 25, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Therefore… it seems as if this situation was already a setup. Only time will tell if LEO’s remark about “Inter lack resources and policy” was politically manipulated. This is the same MOUTH as Leonardo insists Roma job not on agenda: I cannot betray AC Milan (Oct 24, 2010).)

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PART-5: Moratti Claims That His Choice Of LEO Was Not To Irritate Milan. Therefore, LEO Plans To Hijack Kaka, Maldini, And More. As Usual, “Inter & Co.” Are Involved In “Plot To Shatter Milan” Or “Project To Draw Cash From Berlusconi”.

(Updated on JANUARY 3, 2010)

Inter President Massimo Moratti: I Did Not Choose Leonardo To Irritate Milan Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
After Leonardo, Inter Milan president Moratti now plans for Kaka sensation Dec 27, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: As a matter of fact, Moratti’s obsession with Kaka or Anything-Milan started MONTHS ago.)

(Updated on OCTOBER 10-18, 2010) – this writing was not supposed to be posted until…
(Updated on OCTOBER 10, 2010)

Manchester City rival Chelsea FC for Kaka Oct 8, 2010 / By click-manchester.com
Manchester City set to make £53.3m move for AC Milan forward Alexandre Pato – report Oct 6, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Owner Silvio Berlusconi : I’m Happy For Kaka To Join Inter From Real Madrid Sep 10, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Should Keep Ronaldinho Rather Than Bring Back Kaka From Real Madrid – Luciano Moggi Oct 9, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: HELLO! Right now, KAKA is in hot water in Korean comment section. Basically, I was not interested in their debate. It was Dinho’s article, in which I found something very interesting about Pato and Dinho. Then, I wanted to check this in Kaka’s articles. Surprise and surprise. I picked up quite information about the past, present, and future Kaka, along with Dinho or Pato. (I read their debate or analysis for the ENTIRE day. I now feel a real headache.)

In short, “Spending Spree Club Man-City” or “Inter’s Former Coach Mancini” started their typical business and “Spending Spree Club Moudrid” or “Inter’s Former Coach Special-One” joined their project. Or… vice versa. Whatever… I can’t help suspecting if Inter’s King is behind this dirty business… AGAIN. This sounds exactly the same as Balotelli or Ibra or Robiho’s Transfer Saga, doesn’t it?

I now know why, unlike previous Ibra’s case, Sir Berlusconi has sent a quick response. GREAT! Also, it is very interesting that this time, Mr. Moggi made a perfect ensemble technique to join Berlusconi’s genius brain. GREAT! Whatever… Until recent days, I felt a kind of guilty whenever I thought of my planned writing about “Future Kaka at Any Club But RealMadrid”, because of the amount of money AC-Milan made after selling Kaka. Now, I feel no more guilty, because I figured out…)

1. I thought this phenomenon, Robinho Halved £160,000-A-Week Manchester City Wage Packet To Make AC Milan Move – Report, was quite something… until I found WAGE-LIST of SERIE-A a couple of years ago. Simply put, those Spanish and Man-City’s cases were disgusting. I now know… that even if AC-Milan bought those items at half price, it is not a good business… because of their f*cking, inflated wage.

2. Despite Kaka’s unfortunate fate, Real Madrid made a profitable business by selling Kaka’s IMAGE. Therefore, if Kaka wants to return to his Italian home, he doesn’t have to worry about how much he received in Spain. He just has to worry about his Italian wage. And it’s not because of his injury but because of his age.

3. Time will tell… if Inter’s King, whether Mr. Moratti or someone else, is really behind this dirty business. Sorry about saying this. But while following Balotelli, Ibra, and Robinho’s case, I was losing my respect of this Italian Giant, who I believe must have undoubtedly represented Italian intelligence. I couldn’t help this feeling. Clearly, Man-City’s joining the present business is NEVER same as their previous “2009 January Transfer Window.” Time will tell…

(JIWON: Time will tell… Below is what I learned from Korean Football Fan Club.)

(… no need to post Korean comment section on this issue except…)

Comment-MOURINHO가 머리가 정말좋은듯하다. / 2010.10.07. 22:50 / sin9**** / IP 110.14.xxx.76: 저런식으로 카카의성격을 이용한 자극법을 사용하다니.. 카카의 스타일과 마인드자체가 팀에 헌신하고 모든것을 다바치는 스타일이다. 카카 지금 자신의 위치에 위협감을 느낄텐대 무리뉴는 카카의 팀에대한 애정도로 자극하다니 ㄷㄷ .. 소름돋는다 (… clever Mourinho… he knows Kaka’s mentality and tries to push poor-Kaka in this way… scary…)

Comment-KAKA는 BARCA땜에 망했지. / 2010.10.10. 10:40 / ssm2**** / IP 125.188.xxx.55: 지난 시즌 초반까지만 해도 그럭저럭 밥값은 해주면서 페이스 끌어올리다가 엘클라시코 1차전엔 진짜 카카다운 모습을 보여줬었지.바르샤 상대로 공격으로 맞상대해서 삐까친거 전부 카카 때문이었지. 바르샤 중원 상대로 주도권 안뺏기려고 카카가 정말 똥줄 빠지게 뛰었는데 그 후유증으로 바로 탈장와서 그뒤로 멸망. 카카는 바르샤땜에 망한거.안습 ㅠㅠ 엘클라시코만 아니었어도 지금도 훨훨날고 있을 카칸데.. (…Kaka… Barca… El Classico… Hernias… poor Kaka…)

Comment-아오…MAN-CITYㅡㅡ / 2010.10.10. 10:24 / gort**** / IP 59.1.xxx.13: 초반엔 돈g랄 맨시티라며 엄청 싫어했지만. 지금은 지속적으로 명가를 만드려는 맨시티의 투자를 호의적으로 바라보는중인데, 아직도 맨시티가 싫은 이유를 꼽자면. 바로 저 무한탐욕, 찝적대기…. 카카살거면 실바는 왜 산거냐 대체…ㅡㅡ 그리고 정작 카카 본인은 별로 관심없음에도. 클럽입장에서는 돈을 많이 주는 팀을 보내고싶은게 당연하기에. 몸값만 뻥튀기 시키고, 구단은 눈만 높아져서. 선수본인이 아무리 가고싶어도, 구단이 ‘맨시는 얼마 불렀는데…’ 하면, 자금력이 첼시정도 되는 팀 아니고서야 맞불을 지를수가 있나? 당연히 영입전쟁에서 한발뒤로 물러날수밖에 없지 않은가? 그래놓고 선수는 맨시를 원하지않기때문에 이적안한다고하면, ‘그래? 그럼 얼마 더!’ 아님 ‘그럼 다른넘 사지 뭐.’ 이런식의 태도로 발을 쏙빼지만, 이미 몸값은 자기들로 인해 거품투성이… (대표적인 예로 에딘 제코…) 난 맨시의 이런 찝적거림이 너무 싫다. 이윤을 추구하는 구단입장에서도 못팔아 불만족이오, 돈보단 명예나 커리어, 정 등을 선호하는 몇 스타플레이어들에게도 불만족일수밖에없는. 무한 자금력을 등에 업은 호가호위식인 맨시티의 이기적인 영입 태도… 또 돈에 훅하는것들(꼭나쁘단말은아님)은 연봉 더 받아먹으려고 안달이고..(발로텔리..) 앞서 말했듯이 맨시의 명가 만들기 프로젝트가 상당히 계획적이고, 맨시티팬당사자입장이나 바라보는 사람 입장에서나 매력적인건 사실이다. (구단주도 팀에 정말 애정이 넘치는게 눈에 보이고..) 하지만 현재의 맨시는 스타선수(혹은 대물급 유망주)를 영입하려는 명문구단들에게도, 명문구단으로 이적을 원하는 스타선수(혹은 대물급 유망주)들에게도, 눈엣가시같은 존재일뿐이다. 카카는 밀라니스타다 무조건 AC밀란으로 와야해! (안보살의 첼시까지는… 인정한다ㅠ)
Comment-gort****: 추가로 투레 주급이 4억이 넘어간다… 투레가 아무리 잘한다한들 이게 현실적으로 말이나 된다고 보는가? / 10.10. 10:36 / IP 59.1.xxx.13
Comment-tedk****: 아오 저 찝적거림…ㅅㅂ 살거면 걍 사지 왜 찝적거리고 10M은 더 올리는데?? 딴팀 팬으로서 정말 재수 옴붙은 팀…진짜 맞는말;; 예전 첼시가 뻥튀기를 했다지만 이정도는 아니다 이건 아예 2-3배로 뻥튀기자나ㅡㅡ;; 조만간 축구판 엎어지는 소리 들리겠군 이대로 가다간 다 같이 적자나서 망해.. 물론 돈있는구단은 안망할수 있지만 딴 팀들이 망하면 리그가 망하는데 빅팀이라고 안망할리있나… / 10.10. 10:45 / IP 68.181.xxx.53
Comment-wjs0****: 나 핸드폰사고 또 다른거 사고싶더라.. 이런마음?? / 10.10. 11:41 / IP 123.111.xxx.133 (… HOW MAN-CITY INFLATED PLAYERS’ PRICE AND DESTROY FOOTBALL WORLD…)

(Updated on OCTOBER 12-13, 2010)

Inter Midfielder Stankovic Would Love To See Real Madrid’s Kaka Join Inter Oct 10, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “if the possibility arises, IT WILL BE UP TO THE PRESIDENT and his team. … After Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s move to Milan, nothing surprises me anymore.”

Moratti roars to Inter Milan fans: I promise you Messi! Oct 11, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Inter Former Coach “Special One” Won’t Stop Kaka Joining Inter Oct 7, 2010 / By Goal
C. Ronaldo Is Number One, Messi Number Two – Inter Former Coach “Special One” Oct 10, 2010 / By Goal

Inter & Milan Ponder Early Moves For Barcelona’s Lionel Messi – Report Oct 12, 2010 / By Goal

Moratti to express his love of Messi… AGAIN! Oct 12, 2010 / By Korean Media

(… no need to post Korean comment section on “Moratti + Messi + Buyout”…)

(JIWON: Therefore… was it really Mr. Moratti? 😦 Therefore… Does he turn into Messi? 🙂 Weird that, this time, Inter “FOLKS” don’t speak with one voice.)

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

(JIWON: Weird, too, that Korean comment section interpret this same answer in two different voices. While they assume Allegri: It’s up to Kaka, they believe Seedorf: NO!!! Then, they are just busy at discussing Kaka’s position at Madrid and Milan. Weird… They didn’t exclude Milan’s possibility, not because of his injury or “Special One”, nor because of Berlusconi’s election or anything-Milan, even nor because of Perez or Madrid-Fans, but because of Kaka’s fundamental problem-or-characteristic.)

Massimo Moratti: Real Madrid’s Kaka To Inter Is A Nice Idea, But Not Ours Sep 8, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-daniel malta / 5:31 PM Sep 8, 2010: as a milan fan i wouldn’t be surprised… Kaka is as much as a mercenary as Ibra is. his love for milan coincided with sending his father into talks with real and then returning to milan with bigger wage demands yearly, even during his injuries. He didnt go to man city cause their a laughing stock, when real knocked on the door he was already packed and ready to go, as he had been since the days of calderon. kaka is a mercenary je is no maldini / [Agree 5 : Disagree 6]

(JIWON: However, the most interesting analysis was Inter’s Kaka. If this comment tells the truth, I don’t think Kaka’s moving to Inter is a bad idea, because Inter will surely offer higher wage than Milan. My only advice to Kaka’s father is that if he really cares for his priceless son, he’d better check Inter’s every each game. Kaka’s Korean fans pointed out that even X is having a hard time at Kaka’s Inter. It will be better if he checks all Kaka’s previous performances at Madrid and figure out the fundamental reason of his Spanish struggling. For this reason, they even recommended that it MAY BE better for Madrid’s Perez to loan his Kaka to Milan if he really wants his jewel to regain his confidence and return to Madrid. These comments were not for Milan’s Kaka but for Galacticos’ Kaka. I wish Kaka a good luck, anyway.)

Calciopoli Watch: There Was No Proof To Punish Luciano Moggi & Juventus In 2006 Trial – Calciopoli Policeman Oct 9, 2010 / By Goal

I Would Like To See Real Madrid Ace Kaka Playing For Inter – Inter Director Marco Tronchetti Provera Sep 17, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Dennis Robert India / 9:47 PM Sep 17, 2010: Tronchetti, the man who destroyed Italian football by fabricating Calciopoli. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 8]

(JIWON: Anyway, I learned something, thanks to Kaka-Scandal.)

Inter To Get One Over On Milan By Signing Kaka From Real Madrid – Report Sep 8, 2010 / By Goal, Salvatore Landolina
Inter plan Kaka move to get Milan back in the transfer war after the Rossoneri signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic. (…) Inter have become tired of Milan landing their former stars, with Ronaldo, Christian Vieri, Clarence Seedorf, Andrea Pirlo and of course ‘Ibra’ all having played for Inter before heading across town.

Inter To Offer Real Madrid Maicon Or Samuel Eto’o As Part Of Kaka Deal – Report Sep 10, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-interista milanista p_d_m / 10:41 AM Sep 10, 2010: Never gonna happen.. First of all Inter isnt stupid to buy a player who is finished and injured most of the time, moreover give Etoo or Maicon away.. Inter should focus on Poli or Cassano instead..Dont want to see some Milan icon here.. GALLIANI HAS BEEN MAKING HIS CLUB A LAUGHING STOCK IN EUROPE IN THE PAST 7 YEARS BY SIGNING OUR FORMER HEROES, BUT MORATTI IS NOT LIKE HIM.. At least he has some class and dignity.. It would be stupid move. We need stronger characters here at Appiano. / 11 : 9

(JIWON: I learned something more, of course.)

Comment-축구 선수 유통과정 조회 (Circulation Process and Merchandising System) / 2010.10.10. 20:12 / sasi**** / IP 211.237.xxx.205:
생산지 (PRODUCING CENTER): Brazil, Argentine, A, B, C
공판장 (JOINT MARKET): Napoli, D, E, F, G, H, I, J
소매상 (RETAIL STORE): AS-Roma, K, L, M, N(discount-store)
소비자 (CONSUMER) (최고가-highest price): Real Madrid, Chelsea, Barcelona, Man-City
반품 (RETURN): Inter-Milan, O
폐기 (DISPOSAL FACILITY): AC-Milan
Comment-sh59****: 폐기 AC-Milan 은 하도말이많아서 그러려니하는데 Inter-Milan 반품하니까 좀 웃기네 🙂 / 10.10. 20:26 / IP 124.216.xxx.77 (… AC-Milan has been well known as “Disposal Facility”, but it’s interesting to know Inter as “Return”…)

Inter To Get One Over On Milan By Signing Kaka From Real Madrid – Report Sep 8, 2010 / By Goal, Salvatore Landolina
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Comment-andy jakarta / 11:08 AM Sep 8, 2010: all of inter’s player go to milan because they want to and inter didnt have any faith in them. pirlo and seedorf used to be a sub at inter but at milan they develops very2 good. for vieri case.. he have problem with inter. all of inter player that play for milan leave inter not in the best situation / [Agree 27 : Disagree 7]
Comment-Mr. Milan Denmark / 11:28 AM Sep 8, 2010: Ibra almost joined Milan years ago, so he has been tempted before. Pirlo joined Milan, because Inter couldn´t see his MAJOR potential (their own fault) And please mention one club which Vieri has not played for. 🙂 Kaka has NEVER been tempted by Inter and hopefully he will NEVER be. Forza Milan / [Agree 66 : Disagree 15]
Comment-Vinny Chicago / 2:41 PM Sep 8, 2010: Know your history, Ronaldo and Christian Vieri will never be identified as Milan greats. Seedorf was established and then played at Inter and did nothing there outside of the game against Juve. Pirlo never did a thing with Inter, it wasn’t until he came to Milan that he found his talent. Kaka can play anywhere he wants, but he will not be what he was in Milan. That was something special, that even if he came back could not recreate. Those knees can’t handle it much more. / [Agree 4 : Disagree 0]
Comment-nima barca 4 Life / 2:54 PM Sep 8, 2010 Kaka is different to milan than the names GOAL has mentioned about the inter stars who went to milan! Pirlo? he barely played, he had a total 3 year contract, played half of on loan elsewhere! Ronaldo? when he moved to Milan from madrid, his club career was already over… like if Eto’o joins madrid, then we will be angry, but when saviola joined them, no one cared. and for example if Hleb join them, no one cares / [Agree 10 : Disagree 4]
Comment-milanista jordan / 3:43 PM Sep 8, 2010: they dumped pirlo and seedorf… its INTERS fault not ours… besides our players arent like yours they are loyal / [Agree 18 : Disagree 2]
Comment-Maldinilegend San Siro / 12:00 AM Sep 9, 2010: “Inter have become tired of Milan landing their former stars” No they’re tired of milan TURNING their players into stars. Before Pirlo joined milan he was rotting on inters bench and doing long loan spells, after milan hes a world class champions league and world cup winner. It’s not milans fault if inter sold them what they thought was worthless. Kaka is no ibra and still loves milan, he will only join inter when men can have babies / [Agree 19 : Disagree 1]
Comment-Mani Switzerland / 11:57 PM Sep 8, 2010: Why is Inter so possessive about Ibra… He was a Juve player after all before them…. They didn’t had any issue buying a player from their rivals directly…. / [Agree 8 : Disagree 2]

(JIWON: Of course, there were comments about the right price for “Madrid’s Kaka after the WC 2010”. But I don’t want to post them. There was one Korean comment that I really wanted to post. It was a kind of hip-hop lyrics and made by ANTI-Kaka. Then, Kaka’s fans answered it, and the entire song suddenly became written in praise of future Kaka. It’s a real master piece. If I follow Kaka-scandal, it’s only because I want to post this Korean comment or Kaka’s hip-hop lyrics. 🙂 )

(Updated on OCTOBER 16, 2010)

Milan Boss Massimiliano Allegri Shifts Focus Away From Real Madrid Clash Oct 16, 2010 / By Goal
I’d Love To Score Against My Old Team Real Madrid – Milan Ace Robinho Oct 16, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Yes, everybody knows why Milan Boss, whoever he is, Shifts Focus Away From Real Madrid Clash. However, I don’t think Milan version of RealMadrid 6-1 Deportivo or Malaga 1-4 Real Madrid, regardless of those Spanish victims being Mid-to-Low teams, is not a way to go. Don’t you think so?

Everybody knows why I had to check Kaka’s articles. Instead of getting information about Pato+Dinho, I found something interesting. Specific names were circulating among the Madrid fans. Then, CR7 was media’s favorite in recent days, because of his new way of training Freekick. (…7m instead of 9.15meter…) Therefore, I became curious. I just hope Robinho not to become too nervous during his Madrid trip. I just hope this Brazil captain to enjoy this trip no matter what.)

(… no need to post Korean comment section on this issue…)

(Updated on OCTOBER 17, 2010)

Malaga 1-4 Real Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo Inspires Los Merengues To The Top Of La Liga After Thumping Los Boquerones Oct 16, 2010 / By Korean Media

(JIWON: Tired… When I first started this work last night, I’ve never imagined this kind of hard working. I wanted to pick up several comments, which will explain the reason of CR7’s special training of Freekick. I wanted to recommend AC-Milan to train “Setpiece” to answer “Special One’s” ultimate-defensive tactics and CR7-PK, and avoid injury issues. Then, CR7’s Korean nicknames were so comical that I had to read everything. I’m now thinking that…)

1. IF… if Kaka wants to return to his Milan home, not only he will have to seriously consider his wage-cut, but also Sir Berlusconi will have to take his transfer fee as an Election Campaign. I now know that AC-Milan has absolutely NO money to invest in other areas except You-Know-Where.

2. IF… if our beloved Gattuso loses his mind and receives a red card during his Madrid trip, for whatsoever reasons, either due to his aging physique or due to his energetic temper, I will have to behave like another LEO. 🙂 He still didn’t return to his very best form. Right? Even if so… I doubt his healthy, strong physique for the whole game. I worry… really.

3. Yes. I know nothing about football. But still… after reading Madrid fans’ hot debate, I am strongly thinking that Binho’s BRAINY performance will matter, along with Legend Dinho. I don’t know why, but I do believe so.

(JIWON: Anyway, below is what I learned from Korean Madrid Fans. 🙂 Or from Barca Fans. 😦 I just can’t understand why those comical folks are darn busy at fighting. 🙂 )

(Updated on OCTOBER 18, 2010)

(… no need to post Korean comment section on this issue…)

(JIWON: Interestingly, I now have somewhat different opinion about Galacticos’ Kaka. After realizing CR7’s change of his style and his reasons, I now feel a real pity on this poor Brazilian. At the same time, I am mad at Spanish side, whose management system never knew how to supervise their jewel like STAR-player. Clearly, their commercial business resulted in a huge success after selling Kaka’s image. Since they boasted this financial fact via media, which was followed by a detailed report about Barcelona’s huge debt, I don’t think they can insist ridiculous transfer fee in case they want to sell this player… BACK to Kaka’s Milan home… unless this f*cking Man-City politically joins his Spanish business partner… AGAIN. Thanks to soccer fans’ hot debate elsewhere, Man-City now can never claim that Kaka, or even Pato, has really been in their shopping list. They just wanted to raise the price of their useless items. Of course, they can fulfill Madrid’s favorite price and REALLY buy this STAR-player. Why not? No one has a thing of problem with this deal, since everyone knows that it will be eventually up to Kaka himself… or Kaka’s father.

Nevertheless, I feel a real pity on this poor Brazilian’s relaxed physique, which had to suffer and suffer and finally kill all its sensitive muscles during his Spanish job. I believe. If Kaka had had CR7 kind of selfish professionalism, this poor Brazilian would have never lost his physique. Minor injuries, perhaps, just as he experienced during his Milan days. This is not my criticism of CR7. His physique is never same as Kaka’s, but still, he had to change his style in order to survive. I’m just saying that Kaka’s typically unique mentality made him offer more than his everything to his NEW Spanish club and lost everything. What’s more, his physique is even more… Which is why Kaka’s Galaticos was able to make a profitable business by selling Kaka’s image… or “Art of Soccer Physique”.)

Comment-soma****: Rooney… Pato… Rooney의 피지컬? Drogba는 폼인가? 오히려 Ibrahimovic 는 장신의 피지컬이면서도 부드러운 맛이 있는데 Rooney 는 그저 파워 그자체라서 수비수들에게 간파당하기 쉽지. / 02.12. 12:26 / IP 119.149.xxx.232 (… Rooney’s physique? What about Drogba? Ibrahimovic is tall but rather has a soft physical body, but Rooney’s…)

(JIWON: Anyway, this is my present issue in order to finish this part, before starting “Dinho-part”. While following Kaka’s Transfer Saga, it was interesting to check CR7’s Galacticos’ Physique. Everybody says Robinho’s Galacticos. They say this Brazlian looked brilliant. I am now suspecting if this Spanish team is heading toward… And this is also why I strictly recommend AC-Milan’s veterans and their younger, but same sensitive strikers, midfielders and defenders never to allow the risk of injury during their Madrid trip. Serie A is still a long way to go. This is more important… I wish them a good luck, anyway. Now, I’m going to resume my usual work. The beauty of Italian football and Calciopoli.)

(Updated on JANUARY 3, 2010)

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

AC Milan chief Galliani feared humiliation at Real Madrid Oct 22, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: Despite my hard working to report recent happenings at MOUDRID, AC Milan chief Galliani feared humiliation at Real Madrid. Please ask Legend SLOWdorf, who quickly and happily forgot this LOSS, about WHY… sic.)

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PART-6: Just In Case Maldini Or Any Of Milan Legends, Who Are Too Generous To Ignore LEO’s Pretend-To-Be-Poor Face, Don’t Know… Only Time Will Tell What Kind Of TRAITOR!(?) Brazilian LEO Will Become.

(Updated on DECEMBER 28, 2010)

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho: Kaka can be like a new signing in January Dec 7, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid boss Mourinho: Benitez? I only care about Inter Milan Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Inter President Massimo Moratti: I Did Not Choose Leonardo To Irritate Milan Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Really? This report is just in case Maldini doesn’t know…)

Real Madrid boss Mourinho sorry Barcelona did not see best of Ibrahimovic Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Moratti wants Leonardo to bring Kaka to Inter Milan Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Real Madrid boss Mourinho urges Inter Milan fans to get behind Leonardo Dec 27, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

New Coach Leonardo Wants To Bring Milan Legend Paolo Maldini To Inter – Report Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Really? This report is just in case Maldini doesn’t know… I don’t think Maldini or any other Milan Legends, who are too generous to ignore LEO’s pretend-to-be-poor face, know THIS. I promise. Leonardo knew THIS, when he wanted to join Moudrid’s brain. Perhaps, he believed that “Special One” will soon succeed Grandpa Fergie and he could go to either EPL or LaLiga… as a copycat of Treble-Inter’s Mourinho-Tactics. Whether Real Madrid’s Kaka Is 90% Likely To Join Chelsea Instead Of Inter In The Summer – Ernesto Bronzetti or not…)

http://www.marca.com/2010/12/21/futbol/equipos/real_madrid/1292912823.html
http://www.marca.com/2010/12/21/futbol/copa_rey/1292924932.html
http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/20122010/58/la-liga-valencia-boss-mourinho-crybaby.html

(JIWON: Just in case… Korean comment section don’t trust www.goal.com/. They shared the sources above. This is how I got to know “THE REAL REASON” behind LEO’s KAKA at Moratti’s Inter… sic. Now, I think the problem is more serious than I imagined…)

“My Model To Follow Is Barcelona And I Want Inter To Play The Same Game,” Said Rafael Benitez Jul 20, 2010 / By worldfootballsoccer.com
Moratti roars to Inter Milan fans: I promise you Messi! Oct 11, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Moratti: Messi To Inter Is No Joke Oct 22, 2010 / By soccerladuma.co.za

(JIWON: Time has passed…)

(…no need to report Moudrid Scandal, including Ajax red card controversy or Wrong Referee or CR7’s cheap free-kick…)
(…no need to report Moudrid’s bid for Edin Dzeko or Diego Milito or Samuel Eto’o or Carlos Tevez…)

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez: It’s a pleasure to play against a Barcelona team this good Nov 29, 2010 / By Goal
Player Ratings: Barcelona 5-0 Real Madrid Nov 29, 2010 / By Goal
Barcelona completed over 600 passes in 5-0 mauling of Real Madrid Nov 30, 2010 / By Goal
Florentino Perez admits loss to Barcelona was worst in Real Madrid’s history Dec 2, 2010 / By Goal

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho: Kaka can be like a new signing in January Dec 7, 2010 / By Goal

Bloomberg’s International Quiz for 2010 Sporting Events and Personalities Dec 13, 2010 / By Bloomberg
(…) SOCCER-11. To whom was Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho referring when he said: “If you don’t have a dog to go hunting, you go with the cat you have”? (…)

Video: Jose Mourinho treated after smacking his head on bench (Zaragoza – Real Madrid) Dec 13, 2010 / By Goal
Smarter People Know: Moudrid Undecided On Cat-B Dec 13, 2010
(…) “Whether you play with cats dogs, it’s the tactics that matter, not the players. The dog is the usual system with two forwards and that has made us strong and aggressive. The cat is an alternate system with three central midfielders. I thought people were smarter and knew what I was talking about.”

Kaka returns to squad training with Real Madrid Dec 17, 2010 / By Goal

‘This has been the best year of my career & I give myself 11 out of 10’ – Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho analyses his last 12 months in management Dec 19, 2010 / By Goal
Valencia coach Unai Emery: Jose Mourinho is a cry baby Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho: Rafa Benitez should thank me for Inter’s Club World Cup triumph Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal
Jose Mourinho will not leave Real Madrid and return to Inter – spokesman Dec 21, 2010 / By Goal
Jose Mourinho does not have a problem with anyone at Real Madrid – assistant Aitor Karanka Dec 21, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho hints at a return to the Premier League Dec 22, 2010 / By Goal

Inter want Kaka from Real Madrid in exchange for Maicon – report Dec 22, 2010 / By Goal
Moratti wants Leonardo to bring Kaka to Inter Milan Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Real Madrid boss Mourinho: Benitez? I only care about Inter Milan Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

La Liga: Is Real Madrid’s Mourinho That Happy With the Club? Dec 23, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Jose Veiga Rodrigues
(…) After losing 5-0 to Barcelona, Mourinho said that it was a loss that would be easy to digest. He was not speaking on behalf of most of his players nor for the madridistas out there. Of course, the bitter loss to the eternal rival is not enough, but we all know, that Real Madrid is also highly dependant on another thing: Jersey sales—which have gone down after Mourinho’s hiring. Jersey sales are basically one of the main motors in Real’s economy. For example, Perez stated that Ronaldo’s transfer fee was acceptable, since it would be paid through the quantity of jerseys sold. Now, Real Madrid faces the problem that it could be Mourinho’s team instead of Mourinho being Real Madrid’s manager. (…)

Leonardo To Sign Kaka From Real Madrid At Inter As Rafa Benitez Rescission Talks Continue – Report Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid boss Mourinho: Ask Inter Milan fans what they think of me compared to Benitez Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Mourinho insists being with Real Madrid for long haul Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Jose Mourinho denies rift with Real Madrid general director Jorge Valdano Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal – EPL
Jose Mourinho: I Won’t Be A ‘Yes Man’ At Real Madrid Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid General Director Jorge Valdano: We Have A Very Competent Coach In Jose Mourinho Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid’s Jose Mourinho: I Am The Best Coach In The World Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid boss Mourinho cannot believe not being Ballon d’Or favourite Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

OFFICIAL: Inter Appoint Leonardo As Coach Until 2012 Dec 24, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid boss Mourinho: No problem with Real Madrid General Director Valdano Dec 25, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Real Madrid president Florentino frustrated with Mourinho outbursts Dec 26, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Real Madrid Director Butragueno rubbishes claims rift with Real Madrid coach Mourinho Dec 26, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Real Madrid’s Kaka Quashes Rumours Of Inter Move & Reportedly Eyes Getafe Minutes Dec 26, 2010 / By Goal
Maicon will not leave Inter for Real Madrid – agent Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal

Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho Hails ‘Fantastic’ 2010 Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Mourinho does admit it was a risk to leave the Nerazzurri and move across to the Blancos, as he could have stayed in Milan and won more trophies. But the Portuguese was after a new challenge. (…)

Inter ponder loan move for Real Madrid’s Kaka – report Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
Inter Must Back Leonardo – Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
Comment-Blred Milan / 12:58 PM Dec 27, 2010: Funny how he didn’t come out and say this when Benitez was appointed… / 113 : 3
Comment-ado ny / 2:33 PM Dec 27, 2010 i really don’t know what to expect form leonardo i don’t know what style of play he likes to coach, all i know is that we beat his team 4-0 and 2-0 last year, and i don’t if hes the right coach. i think moratti did this to only lure kaka to come play for inter with a Brazilian coach.. / 7 : 1
Comment-John Egypt / 5:01 AM Dec 28, 2010: Leo did a great job with Milan considering what an average, aging squad they had. He didn’t have Boateng, Ibra or Robindo and was dependent on a half-assed ronaldinho. Also, Pato was always out injured. / 9 : 0

After Leonardo, Inter Milan president Moratti now plans for Kaka sensation Dec 27, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Inter Won’t Spend €50 Million For Real Madrid’s Kaka – Ernesto Bronzetti Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
Jose Mourinho: Inter Are The Best Team In The World; Real Madrid Need A Striker Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho: Inter are the best team in the world, not Barcelona Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
Inter want assurances on Kaka’s fitness before approaching Real Madrid – report Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal

Mourinho fears Real Madrid will sell Gago behind his back Dec 28, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Mourinho is at loggerheads with his board over the planned sale of Fernando Gago. … But Real chiefs want to cash in and have already offered the midfielder to (…)

(Updated on JANUARY 3, 2010) – P.S.

Agent Does Not Exclude European Destination For Milan Striker Ronaldinho Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal

Chelsea boss Ancelotti: I could see Ronaldinho going into decline Dec 28, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Ancelotti did tend to leave Dinho on the bench during the last year of his tenure. “I am not surprised by the decline of Ronaldinho. I saw it coming. His physical condition has always been precarious, while nobody could doubt his talent.” (…)

Chelsea boss Ancelotti: I do want Italy return… (but not now) Dec 28, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “Roman Abramovich has never let me feel like someone’s breathing down my neck. When at the end of my career I am asked about Abramovich and Berlusconi, I will reply that if I got the chance to manage Chelsea and Milan, then it is thanks to them,” said Ancelotti. “I will return to Italy one day, but for now I’d like to stay at Chelsea, quite aside from my contract which expires in 2012.” Ancelotti has been linked with AS Roma this season.

England Manager Fabio Capello Tips Antonio Cassano To Shine At Milan Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “Milan play a certain style of football and there is a certain type of mentality required. As for Leonardo, everyone in their life has decisions to make, and he has made this one. People may be against it, but I wish him the best of luck because I have had a good relationship with him, and he is an intelligent person,” Capello concluded.

(JIWON: Interesting is FOLKS’ immediate reaction… 🙂 This is from “Dinho & Co.” and “Italian folks in EPL”.)

Real Madrid director Jorge Valdano: Kaka won’t leave in January Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal – EPL
Kaka will not leave Real Madrid for Inter until he has won things in Spain – Leonardo Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal – EPL

Jorge Valdano: No One Will Leave Real Madrid In January Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid Encourage Inter To Make Kaka Bid Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal
Leonardo: I’m No Inter Fan, But I Can Make Them Win Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal
Kaka Will Not Leave Real Madrid For Inter – Leonardo Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Interesting is FOLKS’ immediate reaction… 🙂 This is from “Kaka & Co.”. Please compare Goal-EPL with Goal-International.)

AC Milan, Inter chasing Chievo midfielder Kevin Constant Dec 28, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: However, the most interesting reaction was from Moratti’s F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano. Are they now trying to raise the price of AC-Milan’s every target? To return to their usual strategy?)

Former Milan Coach Leonardo: Silvio Berlusconi Is Incompatible; Inter? Never Say Never Sep 18, 2010 / By Goal
(…) However, the Brazilian knows that revenge is a dish best served cold and he admitted he would like to coach Inter. (…)

Report: Milan reach agreement over Kevin Constant Dec 23, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Comment-Rob says: Side Note: I personally think Milan are active on the market, because if Leonardo goes to Inter, he knows who Milan are after. Therefore, Milan are going after their targets sooner. Just a thought

(JIWON: Only time will tell what kind of TRAITOR!(?) Brazilian LEO will become…)

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PART-7: Just In Case Berlusconi’s LEO becomes Moratti’s Pet. Perhaps, It’s Time To Rewrite AC-Milan’s History… About Intellectual Loyalty.

(Updated on JANUARY 3, 2010)

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🙂 PART-6: AC-Milan Only Have €30M To Spend Compared To Inter’s €100M. UEFA Sets New Rules? What Is The Most Profitable Business For “La Voce dei Rossoneri”, When Both “Football World & Italy” Are On The Brink Of Bankruptcy? (May 28 -Jun 11, 2010)
PART-6b: Were Italians Rather Having A Great Time While Watching “The Political Show” Between PM Berlusconi And Opposition Leader Leo? It Seems… (Updated on JUNE 1, 2010)
JIWON: To be frank, I don’t think I will be able to have a full knowledge about this, Calciopoli: 2006 Italian football scandal, even if I keep this work for another decade. But I can’t help suspecting if… Somehow, I have a feeling that “Owner Silvio” intentionally transformed himself into “Old Screw Silvio” for specific reasons since Calciopoli: 2006 Italian football scandal and especially since Opposition leader Leo’s public announcement that he wanted Silvio’s Italian team to play attractive attacking football, even invoking the name of Leo’s Brazilian old mentor, who had a story with Italian…. If I were in Berlusconi’s shoes… If I were in this Businessman’s shoes, I would NEVER allow my employee to waste my money on something that will clearly turn out to be my least favorite. Hum…

(JIWON: Half a year have passed. I now know quite a lot about “Moggiopoli-2006” and “Inter’s Calciopoli-Since2006”. I also know what kind of hardship the Milan’s management team had been through during “Inter’s Calciopoli-Since2006,” during which Inter was always succeeded in winning their targets at a better price and compensated to their business partners with Berlusconi’s money. No matter what, I tried to be very nice to this employee LEO.)

Calciopoli: Who Was Really Responsible? Jan 19, 2010 / BleacherReport, Frank Tigani
(…) Aside from my obvious red and black biases, it would be naive for anyone to think that Inter is some angel of a football club. (…) Not only is it logical, but there is much evidence to suggest that Moratti engineered the scandal completely out of nothing. Given the startling connections between Telecom Italia, the FIGC, the Gazzetta dello Sport and Moratti, one is forced to rethink what they have been told to believe regarding Calciopoli. The scandal of Calciopoli started when the Gazzetta dello Sport (known as the Gazetta dello Inter by rival fans) printed out transcripts of telephone conversations with Moggi. Now, this is not only illegal (espionage by a non-governmental organisation and publishing private conversations), but the paper that leaked the transcripts was (is) owned by Interisti Carlo Buora who is, coincidentally, the vice President of Inter. (…) Moratti’s plan A had failed in indicting rival clubs into a scandal, and so he moved to plan B. Plan B involved publishing the transcripts in the media, namely through the Gazzetta dello Sport (Interisti’s Carlo Buora’s paper). (…)

(JIWON: I didn’t know that Gazzetta dello Sport was “Gazetta dello Inter”. Hum… And then, I feel no need to post Korean comment section praising LEO as academic football intellectual. Is it true that he holds FIVE doctor/master degrees?)

AC Milan legend Leonardo attacks Berlusconi Sep 19, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Leonardo has blasted AC Milan patron Silvio Berlusconi. The Brazilian spent the last 13 years with the Rossoneri as player, talent scout, director and finally Coach before walking away this summer. “I never would’ve left after 13 years because of simply tactical reasons, especially as now Milan are playing in much the same way,” he told the Gazzetta dello Sport. “I made the decision to leave, giving up on a year’s wages in my contract so that I’d go in the best possible way. I left because of an incompatibility of character and style. These are all things I told to the President. Narcissus doesn’t like anything that is not a reflection of himself. There has to be something within Berlusconi that isn’t quite right. It’s impossible to co-exist with the President. He has another style of dealing with things and I don’t know why he criticised me so much during Massimiliano Allegri’s presentation. Something’s not right with that man. Allegri has a tough job and I hope he is left the time and space to work, otherwise in a year the club will get another Coach. It isn’t the Milan way to keep changing management like this.”

(JIWON: Now, I find that this interview was originally planned by F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano. It’s OK that LEO snubs his former boss. Everybody knows that this computer work rather welcomed this terrific criticism. But through Inter’s mouthpiece? This idea came from the academic football intellectual, who holds FIVE doctor/master degrees.)

🙂 PART-4: AC-Milan’s “Catenaccio” & La-Scala’s “Bel-Canto”! When Both Italian Cultures Are Dying… Why Don’t Italian Kids Open The Real Debate After “2010 World Cup”? Let’s Hope Italian Kids Not To Prove La Scala’s German Whore Waltraud Meier’s Arrogant Big Mouth On Italian Stupidity… (May 6 – 13, 2010)
(Updated on MAY 7, 2010)
PART-4a: AC-Milan’s “Catenaccio” & La-Scala’s “Bel-Canto”! When Both Italian Cultures Are Dying… Why Don’t Italian Soccer Fans Open The Real Debate After 2010 World Cup?

(JIWON: May I re-post part of its articles?)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonardo_Ara%C3%BAjo
(…) Leonardo wasted no time in declaring that he wanted his team to play attractive attacking football, even invoking the name of his old mentor, Telê Santana. (…)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tel%C3%AA_Santana
Telê Santana is widely credited for the invention of the “jogo bonito” (beautiful game in Portuguese) by the vast majority of the Brazilian press. His full attack mentality of play was best displayed with the 1982 Brazilian national squad who fell 3–2 to Italy in the Second Round of the Cup. Santana was criticized by most (…)

Leonardo: ‘Berlusconi and I are incompatible’ Apr 30, 2010 / By calciomercato
(…) “I don’t know what Berlusconi said, but I can’t deny that our relationship is problematic. We are very different, perhaps incompatible. I think I am stubborn, I believe in what I do and I do it with passion. The incompatibility is in the way I am, a matter of style. Everybody has his way of being, with all due respect. If someone reports something that I haven’t said, I deny it.” (…)

(JIWON: Now, I know what means “JOGO BONITO”. When Leonardo edging closer to Milan exit? (May 1, 2010) or even when Milan Fans Want Silvio Berlusconi Out (Apr 30, 2010), LEO cited “A MATTER OF STYLE” as the reason of Leonardo: ‘Berlusconi and I are incompatible’. FIVE months later, this highly intelligent guy functions as Inter’s mouthpiece, and ridicules Milan’s Owner’s “Narcissism”.)

Berlusconi warns AC Milan coach Leonardo: I must be heard Aug 18, 2009 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) “The coach takes care of the training, but the president must be heard. And if the coach is doing the wrong training, he must change.” (…)

Leonardo edging closer to Milan exit? May 1, 2010 / By Footballitaliano
(…) The situation has been completely different with president Silvio Berlusconi who has on more than one occasion publicly criticised MILAN’S PLAYING STYLE and results. (…)

Berlusconi: Allegri must play my way Jul 20, 2010 / By fourfourtwo.com

(JIWON: However, who is LEO? Please check his professional career. Hasn’t he worked in Berlusconi’s Milan for YEARS? LEO himself confirms THIRTEEN YEARS. Hasn’t Owner Berlusconi been notorious for @#$, including his favorite style? This guy is a BRAINY professional, who shared Milan’s golden history with his Milan Boss. Even LEO’s Brazilian mentor Telê Santana was criticized by his own Brazilians… for the playing style and results. Now, Brazilian LEO is working for the Italian club and criticized by Italian boss for being NOT-Italian. LEO claims that he can’t take IT, “he is stubborn, he believes in what he does, and he does it with passion”.)

Milan Fans Want Silvio Berlusconi Out – Report Apr 30, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-RoSsO nErO / 1:06 PM Apr 30, 2010: Have you noticed that the vast majority of the guys wanting the President out are: 1)foreigners, 2)BANDWAGONERS, 3)15-year-old-kids, 4)left-wingers(politics)! AMAZING!
Comment-For Life. / 4:48 PM Apr 30, 2010: I support Milan for over 20 years and I find it rather insulting to see 15 year old kids who have their dad paying their dsl connection to talk like they know everything about football. In this shameful globalization era, Silvio kept Milan Italian. Silvio is one of the two most successful presidents EVER, He won 26 TITLES. Milan is one of the very few teams that have only 10m dept while r.madrid, chelsea, and manutd have more than 500m.

(JIWON: What I feel funny is that while posting these comments MONTHS ago, I felt a kind of guilty, because I had to work for Sir Berlusconi but still thought that this Italian politician had been a brutal dictator. Now, I am speechless.)

Berlusconi: I Hope Leonardo Stays Mar 26, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
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Milan Midfielder Gennaro Gattuso: Leonardo Was Motivated By Money To Take The Inter Job Dec 31, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-milan milan / 4:38 PM Dec 31, 2010: Can people stop saying leo was sacked? he quit cuz he couldnt handle the pressure. I always supported leo, as did many other fans but he turned himself into a hypocrite saying he didnt want to coach and taking the inter job at the drop of a hat. Im not bitter i still think hes a great man but to be honest, i dont care enough for inter to even bother to wish him well and i shouldnt have to, he is a rival now, if that means im selfish than so be it / 26 : 9
Comment-Ferro perth / 7:02 PM Dec 31, 2010: who said ibra was sold and leo quit at the past? Ibra wanted to move coz he wanted to won CL trophy. And leo? He was SACKED!!! so. These r diffrnt! / 9 : 6

(JIWON: Weird is that I couldn’t find this information from any sports media but Rossoneriblog. Therefore, most football fans still, despite LEO’s public interview to snub Berlusconi, firmly believe that he was SACKED.)

Leonardo Betrays AC Milan Dec 28, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani
(…) Leonardo did jump at the opportunity, however, and it is clear he has done so because of the sense of injustice he felt last season when he was forced out of the Milan camp. … His outspoken comments regarding the club and its hierarchy were not welcomed by President Silvio Berlusconi who, it has to be admitted, did seem out of place himself in regard to some of his comments about Leonardo’s performance. Nonetheless, despite his differences with Berlusconi, Leonardo should remember that it was he who bought him as a player, … he who offered Leonardo the chance to become the manager of one of the biggest clubs in the world even though he lacked the appropriate experience. Leonardo got the chance to prove himself as a manager because of the audacious decision by Berlusconi to gamble on one of the former Milan stars. The young Brazilian tactician would have done well to remember this, and, had he done so, perhaps he would have kept some integrity by refusing the lure to become a Nerazzurri. But Leonardo has failed to do this. (…)

Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho Named ‘Man Of The Year’ By Prestigious Italian Sportpaper(=Gazzetta dello Inter) Jan 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-adriano canada / 6:40 PM Jan 2, 2011: moratti owns that paper… the same paper to break the story on calciopoli… i’d respect that honour more if it was from a different organization, his old boss is giving him the award in short!!!! / 3 : 5

(JIWON: I’m now suspecting if LEO’s interviews have been a setup. Did Milan’s LEO know nothing when he was involved in Gazzetta dello Inter/Sport? Hard to believe, because I read something when I started this computer work on the Italian football. I read that Italian intellectuals used to gather in public places, such as restaurant or club, (… I don’t remember the exact names…), and support Moratti’s Inter and ridicule anything-Berlusconi in their most favorite way. It was from one Korean book written by Korean intellectual, who despised Berlusconi government. Since its internet sources didn’t allow me to read all the text, I only read some pages, which subject was about “Inter vs. Milan”. I remember that I took it as a real surprise. Months later, I figured out how to read the REAL face of Moratti’s Intelligent Inter, so I tried to find this book again. It was impossible. Anyway, I remember to read that this intellectual gathering was a kind of social phenomenon.)

Leonardo insists Roma job not on agenda: I cannot betray AC Milan Oct 24, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Former Milan Coach Leonardo Agrees To Take Inter Reins From Rafael Benitez – Report Dec 21, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Let’s say it’s still OK.)

Shepherd Rafael Benitez Has Lost Control Of Inter Sheep – Luciano Moggi Nov 15, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Sam Sweden / 1:31 PM Nov 15, 2010: I dont think their will be moans and groans, the ref was not particularly hard on Inter, it was a def penalty and Inter did nothing to win the game. Benetiz said he would bring EXCITING ATTRACTIVE FOOTBALL to Inter. I would rather have Mou’s winning football where we scored goals rather than Benetiz garbage / 0 : 0

Palermo 1-2 Inter: Samuel Eto’o Brace Decides Spectacular Sicilian Encounter Sep 19, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Varun London / 9:25 PM Sep 19, 2010: Is it just me or is this Inter actually playing some beautiful football? They were loads of chances created today and we now enjoy a lot more possession as well. I don’t know but if we keep playing like this, it may be the start of another fantastic year. Everyone talking about Mou forgets that he took time as well and that last year we had like five draws in seven games with him. / 77 : 1

http://www.goal.com/en/teams/italy/1/milan/news
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(JIWON: Should I post ALL those f*cking comments on “Milan + LEO + Dinho”? What was their claim? Wasn’t it “Beautiful” or “Exciting Attractive” or “Attractive Attacking” or something like this? LEO’s supporters still don’t worry. LEO will make another interview… via Gazzetta dello Inter/Sport… that his tactics won’t be like Benitez’ 4-5-1.)

“My Model To Follow Is Barcelona And I Want Inter To Play The Same Game,” Said Rafael Benitez Jul 20, 2010 / By worldfootballsoccer.com
Moratti roars to Inter Milan fans: I promise you Messi! Oct 11, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Moratti: Messi To Inter Is No Joke Oct 22, 2010 / By soccerladuma.co.za

(JIWON: Let’s forget about Moratti’s favorite Barca style.)

Rafa Benitez faces decision time as Juventus fly in to lure him away from Liverpool Apr 27, 2010 / By dailymail.co.uk
Juventus and Rafael Benitez: Maybe Not Such a Disastrous Decision? May 3, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Adamo Digby

(… no need to post articles about “Spalletti & Roma”…)

Zenit St. Petersburg Coach Luciano Spalletti: Roma Are Like Barcelona Technically Dec 7, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Sammy Dollar Accra Ghana / 9:16 AM Dec 7, 2010: Everything now is being compared to Barca. Why not Mardrid. Hahahahahahha. What do you have to say Perez?. Vorza Barca / 5 : 5

(JIWON: What I feel funny is that Benitez or Benitez’ Barca style was not only Inter but also Juventus’ target. I also find that “Spalletti & Roma (2005-2009)” was a hot potato during You-Know-While. It seems as if everybody had been sick of You-Know-What during You-Know-While. What I feel funny, too, is to figure out what kind of specific problem all those Anti-Inter clubs had to suffer while they were busy at following Italian Moratti or Spanish Benitez or Brazilian LEO or Simply Dinho’s favorite Barca style. Should I laugh? 🙂 Or should I mourn? 😦 This comical story ends with Italians name Real Madrid coach Mourinho Man of the Year!)

Mourinho reminds Rafa Benitez that he will remain in his shadow Aug 9, 2010 / By sports.yahoo.com
Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho: Rafa Benitez Should Thank Me For Inter’s Club World Cup Triumph Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid’s Jose Mourinho: I Am The Best Coach In The World Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid boss Mourinho: Ask Inter Milan fans what they think of me compared to Benitez Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Real Madrid boss Mourinho urges Inter Milan fans to get behind Leonardo Dec 27, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Jose Mourinho’s Influence & Lack Of Faith Made Rafael Benitez Fail At Inter – Massimo Moratti Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
Jose Mourinho Made Inter The Best Team In The World In 2010 – Massimo Moratti Dec 30, 2010 / By Goal
Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho Named ‘Man Of The Year’ By Prestigious Italian Sportpaper(=Gazzetta dello Inter) Jan 1, 2011 / By Goal

Moratti can see Mourinho working with Leonardo at Inter Milan Jan 3, 2011 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Moratti believes Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho will return to the club. Indeed, he can see Mourinho working with new Inter coach Leonardo in the future. “Leonardo reminds me of Mourinho, as I saw the same great start, attention to detail, enthusiasm and sense of duty,” said the President. (…)

Inter Must Back Leonardo – Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
Comment-Blred Milan / 12:58 PM Dec 27, 2010: Funny how he didn’t come out and say this when Benitez was appointed… / 113 : 3
Comment-ado ny / 2:33 PM Dec 27, 2010 i really don’t know what to expect form leonardo i don’t know what style of play he likes to coach, all i know is that we beat his team 4-0 and 2-0 last year, and i don’t if hes the right coach. i think moratti did this to only lure kaka to come play for inter with a Brazilian coach.. / 7 : 1

(JIWON: Therefore, “Special One” commanded THEM to worship him and follow him. Inter Ultras definitely prefer “Special One’s” winning football to Italian Moratti or Spanish Benitez or Brazilian LEO or Simply Dinho’s beautiful, attractive attacking football. LEO, “who claims to be stubborn, believe in what he does and do it with passion,” feels honored to follow and work UNDER “Special One’s” style of play. I promise. This Football Intellectual will still insist… via Gazzetta dello Inter/Sport… that Leonardo: ‘A Matter of Style! Berlusconi and I are incompatible’ (Apr 30, 2010).)

Inter Must Back Leonardo – Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
Comment-John Egypt / 5:01 AM Dec 28, 2010: Leo did a great job with Milan considering what an average, aging squad they had. He didn’t have Boateng, Ibra or Robindo and was dependent on a half-assed ronaldinho. Also, Pato was always out injured. / 9 : 0

http://www.goal.com/en/teams/italy/1/milan/news
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(JIWON: For MONTHS, I’ve never found this kind of comment whenever Dinho or LEO was praised by Milan fans. Clearly, this should not be written by Dinho’s You-Know-Who. Whose work do you think it is?)

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🙂 PART-6: AC-Milan Only Have €30M To Spend Compared To Inter’s €100M. UEFA Sets New Rules? What Is The Most Profitable Business For “La Voce dei Rossoneri”, When Both “Football World & Italy” Are On The Brink Of Bankruptcy? (May 28 -Jun 11, 2010)
PART-6a: AC-Milan Only Have €30M To Spend Compared To Inter’s €100M. While UEFA Sets New Rules, This Business Has Been One Of Favorite Subjects Of “La Voce dei Rossoneri”.
(Updated on JUNE 1, 2010)
A Berlusconi Leo non sta proprio simpatico: “Se avessi allenato io quest’anno avrei vinto lo SCUDETTO” May 27, 2010 / By Goal
JIWON: Poor BUDDY Silvio… Somehow, I can’t understand why this should be an issue. Wasn’t it a casual conversation during a dinner with fellow politicians? Were the paparazzi allowed to join this off-line meeting? Or all Italians are just following a certain politician’s certain intention?

(JIWON: One more thing…)

Leonardo Betrays AC Milan By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani
(…) It is understandable why Leonardo must have felt aggrieved at the end of last season. The Milan squad he had at his disposal was the worst in living memory, yet he somehow managed to transform the team from an aging and slow outfit into an exciting and attacking one that was spearheaded by Ronaldinho, who enjoyed a short renaissance. (…)

Silvio Berlusconi: We Would Have Won The Scudetto If I Coached AC Milan. The Rossoneri supremo says he would have won with a 5-6 point gap… May 26, 2010 / By Goal
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(JIWON: Whether or not this historical happening was due to f*cking paparazzi, aka political rivals, in his dining room, I remember that Berlusconi’s casual remark was completely regarded as #$%.)

Milan Midfielder Gennaro Gattuso: Leonardo Was Motivated By Money To Take The Inter Job Dec 31, 2010 / By Korean Media
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(JIWON: Half a year have passed. To my surprise, Korean comment section start to just sound like Berlusconi on this issue, while the same folks still blame [BE] for “Sacking of LEO”. (… [BE] is a nickname for Milan’s Berlusconi and Inter’s Benitez 😦 …) Days ago, there was only one opinion. Now, one becomes two and two become three. It still happens once in a blue moon, though. MONTHS ago, when Politician Berlusconi predicted that Dinho’s Milan would easily be read by “The Opponents” and ordered LEO to change Dinho’s role/position, what happened to Milan’s Owner? All the articles, such as Berlusconi Criticizes Leonardo’s Tactics, were covered with #$%. Now, Berlusconi’s opinion has become a common sense among the Rossoneri or even http://www.goal.com/.)

Milan Midfielder Gennaro Gattuso: Leonardo Was Motivated By Money To Take The Inter Job Dec 31, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 8:37 PM Dec 31, 2010: And what is going to happen when his weak tactics do not work at Inter? Will he argue and blame Moratti before tearing up his contract and quitting again? He led a team of grandpas to the CL spot? Hmmm lets compare to last seasons team. Backline and Keeper? The same! Starting midfield? The same! The only two new starters are Robinho and Ibra. And Ibra will be 30 this year. So what’s your next lame excuse for the quitter? / 7 : 12

(JIWON: There you go. Korean comment section say. True that LEO inherited the aging squad, which is perhaps the worst in living memory. Even Granpa Fergie would spit at it. However, the entire Serie-A was no different, except Inter. Given this situation, it’s never good to be 10 points behind “The Second Roma”. First of all, LEO’s tactics or score itself during Champions League is enough to be sacked. It was such a humiliating defeat.)

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PART-8: Just In Case Berlusconi’s LEO becomes Moratti’s Pet. Perhaps, It’s Time To Rewrite AC-Milan’s History… About Money & Professionalism.

(Updated on JANUARY 3, 2010)

Gattuso: ‘Leo? God of money makes miracles’ Dec 31, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
(…) “We [Gattuso and Leonardo] didn’t really have a relationship, nothing, there simply was no feeling between us. Considering the squad we had last season you have to say that Leonardo did a good job, but he also said that coaching wasn’t for him. He didn’t want to be a Coach and said as much on a number of occasions. Evidently the God of money can produce miracles. I wish Leonardo well, but I also hope that he doesn’t win anything with Inter,” Gattuso told the press.

(JIWON: Now, let’s talk about MONEY.)

Milan Midfielder Gennaro Gattuso: Leonardo Was Motivated By Money To Take The Inter Job Dec 31, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Mr Calcio Here / 10:37 PM Dec 31, 2010: Why so critical of Gattuso? He’s right – Leonardo repeatedly said he never wanted to be a coach and wouldn’t take another such role after Milan… now look at him. Its one thing players switching clubs after a few years but Leonardo, after sooo many years at Milan, is on a completely level to any of those. Some of you need to get common sense before you start typing on the internet. / 8 : 16
Comment-littlemorella Nesta lover No.1 germany / 7:04 AM Jan 1, 2011: FORZA RINO! In my opinion first of all, Leo wanted to shaft Berlusconi by coaching Inter. Then comes the money. However, Gattuso is right. Leo really repeatedly said that he does not want to be a coach! He also said that he misses his family in Brazil. Leo could choose a different club! Why Inter? FORZAAA MILAN! / 11 : 14
Comment-nm canada / 1:37 PM Jan 1, 2011: @ Man Utd fan, EXACTLY. It is also worth noting that gattuso has a close relationship with berlusconi. so obviously gattuso is gonna say that. However, I do agree that money was a motivating factor in all of this. it is always is in sports. there are no loyalties and ppl need to realize that. / 3 : 0

(JIWON: Basically, I didn’t want to post Milan players’ public interviews and make them lacking a spirit of comradeship, because I know the real intention behind their public interview. But Bulldog’s article just came at perfect time. Yeah… I read that LEO repeatedly said that he didn’t want to be a coach and missed his family in Brazil.)

No club in the world suffers more pressure than Real Madrid – president Florentino Perez Dec 15, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Please ask Professionals in EPL or even Moudrid’s “Special One”, whose professional dream is to succeed Grandpa Fergie in EPL. Do they really believe that No club in the world suffers more pressure than Moudrid? It’s never my criticism of President Perez. I saved this article just to point out the situation in Serie-A, especially in Berlusconi’s Milan, and then Bulldog’s article just joined it.)

Barcelona’s Lionel Messi Trains Alone In Voluntary Session Aug 6, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: No one would believe this, but this was the highlight during “Ibra’s Transfer Saga”. And thanks to Mr. Moratti’s obsessive passion, I had to cancel all my writing plans about this professional and just couldn’t post it. 🙂 )

Goal.com Poll Results: Real Madrid Star Cristiano Ronaldo Voted 2010-11 Player Of The Season So Far Jan 2, 2011 / By Goal

CR7 Workout Routine: Get Ripped CR7 Body Jan 15, 2010 / By topfatlosstrainer.com
CR7 does a thousand push ups a day May 29, 2010 / By bornwin.com
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Comment-lightofwadowice: (…) I’m quite sure players in top football clubs have practice far more advanced than merely visiting the gym. Especially with modern managers like Mourinho.
Comment-Kelsey: (…) Like Messi and Ronaldo, they in the gym probably a lot during the off season, and they got training camps with their clubs during the off season as well.
Comment-Steven B: (…) I heard a commentator say that C. Ronaldo does a 1000+ sit-ups each day.

Comment-CR7 정말 Injury안당한다.. / 2010.10.20. 17:39 / skfk**** / IP 115.23.xxx.13: 30 game 이상은 무조건 뛰는듯.. Messi도 한때 유리몸 스멜이 있었으나.. 요즘보면 딱히 그런말 있었나? 할정도고.. (… CR7 really looks strong. He seems to run more than 30 GAMES, at least. Messi now looks healthy, too…)

(JIWON: By the same token, Korean comment section spent quite time to explain what a personal training “Messi’s Rival at Moudrid” was doing in order to change his physique. It was during AC Milan chief Galliani feared humiliation at Moudrid (Oct 22, 2010). For this simple reason, CR7’s anything-negative was able to be forgiven. Now, it’s easy to figure out what kind of reaction Korean comment section threw to Milan’s aging members, who look like rotten tofu and walk like zombies during AC Milan chief Galliani feared humiliation at Moudrid (Oct 22, 2010). Especially Legend SLOWdorf and Legend Dinho.)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Ronaldinho+Barcelona+Tribute

(JIWON: By the same token, Legend Gaucho at Barca was no different from Barca’s Messi or Moudrid’s CR7. They say that this Brazilian was far superior to “Messi+CR7”. They also say that Legend Dinho found life in Italy and has looked mentally “stable+comfortable” since he joined AC-Milan. It means that Legend Dinho didn’t have to work hard.)

Inter Midfielder Dejan Stankovic Named Serbian Player Of The Year Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Inter Striker Goran Pandev Voted Macedonian Player Of The Year Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: Now, let’s forget Spanish Giants, which are anyway too competitive to be compared to Berlusconi’s AC-Milan. What about the players at F.C. INTERNAZIONALE Milano, Milan’s arch rival? Please imagine their professionalism.)

Andrea Ranocchia Leaves Genoa For Inter In €12 Million Deal Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Juventino Italy / 9:10 PM Dec 27, 2010: weird!! an Italian to inter?!!! / 15 : 20

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi Admits Andrea Ranocchia Is Inter-Bound And Kevin Prince Boateng Is Set For A Permanent Milan Deal – Report Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-ram east / 9:43 AM Dec 27, 2010: in recent years jenoa has been like an academy for inter , as with diego milito, t.motta, and now rannochia / 35 : 8

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi Confirms Andrea Ranocchia Will Join Inter In €12.5 Million Deal Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Emirnem Indonesia / 6:50 AM Dec 28, 2010: once again Genoa benefit Inter, after Diego milito and Thiago Motta, now Ranocchia. / 19 : 2
Comment-Me Here / 9:40 AM Dec 28, 2010: Genoa and Inter are like brothers. They always work together! / 26 : 2

(JIWON: Interestingly, the exactly same comment appeared in both groups, Korean and international. What sounds more interesting is that if the international comment section called Genoa C.F.C. an “Academy” for Inter, Korean comment section call them “Retirement Home” for Inter players. It was interesting, because I thought their honeymoon was over after Genoa 0-1 Inter: Genoa President Enrico Preziosi Furious With ‘Disgraceful’ Inter (Oct 30, 2010).)

🙂 PART-9: “World Cup 2010” Fails. “Lega Nord” Paid Slovakia. Italian Football Without “Alleanza Nazionale”? End Of Story! Blame “Parlamento”, Which “Offensive League” Has Contributed To “The Bankrupt Italy” And “Collapse Of Catenaccio”! It Was The Last Chance To Enjoy “Pura Nazionale Italia”! “Forza ITALIA”!!! (Jun 25 – Jul 5, 2010)
PART-9b: Enjoy “World Cup 2010”! This Is The Last Chance For “Pura Nazionale Italia”! After The WC Is Over, Regardless Of The Outcome, You Will Begin To See A Nazionale Similar to England, Germany, Netherlands, France, and the USA! “Forza ITALIA”!!!
(Updated on JUNE 25, 2010)
Barcelona Star Zlatan Ibrahimovic Criticises ‘Defensive’ Serie A Nov 17, 2009 / By Goal
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Comment-Anthony Le Marche / 1:36 PM Nov 17, 2009: I dont think Zlatan is criticizing Serie A. I’m a Serie A fan first, and i agree somewhat with his comments. Serie A is defensive minded, attacking more conservatively. In most cases. Some teams don’t fit into that description, the Genoas and Fiorentinas. It is a different game and mentality, one I and many others prefer. / [Agree 24 : Disagree 1]

(JIWON: I still feel headache whenever I think of Boateng’s Transfer Saga. 🙂 And I learned that I should be very careful when the issue comes to Genoa President Enrico Preziosi. But I still believe that imagining Italian players THERE will give me more headache. 🙂 )

Comment-축구 선수 유통과정 조회 (Circulation Process and Merchandising System) / 2010.10.10. 20:12 / sasi**** / IP 211.237.xxx.205: (…) 반품 (RETURN): Inter-Milan, O (…) 폐기 (DISPOSAL FACILITY): AC-Milan (…)
Comment-sh59****: 폐기 AC-Milan 은 하도말이많아서 그러려니하는데 Inter-Milan 반품하니까 좀 웃기네 🙂 / 10.10. 20:26 / IP 124.216.xxx.77 (… AC-Milan has been well known as “Disposal Facility”, but it’s interesting to know Inter as “Return” …)

Milan Overtake Inter In Top Wage List – Report Sep 7, 2010 / By Goal
Comment-Eric Australia / 12:05 PM Sep 7, 2010: If players like XYZ get paid what they truly deserve, then of course it will be better for Milan…. There should be a rule at milan…. “As soon as you get older than 30, your wage dips considerably” / 3 : 0

(JIWON: Now, think of Berlusconi’s AC-Milan, please.)

Ronaldinho exit faces hindrance Dec 24, 2010 / By rossoneriblog
Brazilian Gremio Convinced They Can Land AC Milan Star Ronaldinho On A FREE Dec 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan Have To Sanction Ronaldinho Exit Before He Can Leave – Agent Dec 22, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho wants €3.2m from Milan Dec 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog

(Updated on JANUARY 4, 2010)

(JIWON: By the same token….)

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PART-9: Just In Case Berlusconi’s LEO becomes Moratti’s Pet. Perhaps, It’s Time To Rewrite AC-Milan’s History… About Milan’s True Icons.

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PART-10: Inter’s Icon Zanetti Backs LEO. Inter’s Icon Materazzi Welcomes LEO. Perfect! … WORKING…

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