R18-20: Cassano Joins “Bad-Boys-Band”. Dinho Starts Exciting Adventure In Brazil. SLOWdorf’s Milan Resembles “Collapsing Liverpool”. LEO Claims To Be Mourinho’s Assistant. No Player Is Bigger Than AC-Milan!

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > Rossoneri 2010-2011: Flop4
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ROUND 18-20: Something Fundamental!

PROFESSOR-12: Cassano! Welcome To “Bad-Boys-Band!” Ibra’s Kick Is Ready. However… No White Underwear, Please! What About “New Constitution” In Case…?
PROFESSOR-11: Ronaldinho’s Delighted To Return To Brazil. No Player Is Bigger Than AC-Milan.
CoppaItalia Milan 3-0 Bari: Trident [Ibra+Binho+Cassano] Create Goals For [Ibra+Merkel+Binho]. When [SLOWdorf+Bonera] Are Out… Beautiful Football Again Since R15. Fast & Furious…
SA-20 Lecce 1-1 Milan: “Puskas Award” For Ibra’s Mythical Volley. SLOWdorf’s Milan Resembles “Collapsing Liverpool”. No Teamspirit, No Power, & No Motivation. So Many Victims, As A Result. Bulldog To Become Duckling’s Mentor.
SA-19 Milan 4-4 Udinese: A Horror Movie Or “Legend Seedorf & Bonera’s Perfect Ensemble” To Ruin AC-Milan. “Awful Defense vs. Perfect Attack.” “Ibra+Pato+Cassano” Assist Each Other. Madness Was The Last 10’.
SA-18 Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Without “Ibra+Pirlo+Nesta”, It’s Boring To Watch, Except Hard-Working Rookies. Strasser’s First Goal Or Cassano’s Crucial Debut. Legend Seedorf Plays 90 Minutes. Who Are “Mr. Allergy’s” Victims?
Friendly Al Ahly 1-2 Milan: 8000 Fans Enjoy Cassano’s Unofficial Debut. Legend Seedorf On Fire In Experimental Game. Binho’s Comical Injury & Ibra’s Comical Fight. Dinho’s Somber Farewell.

Please check
🙂 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. (Oct 10, 2010 – Jan 25, 2011)
🙂 R15-17: Whether Mezz’ala Pirlo or Trequartista Boateng or Allegri’s Subs, AC-Milan Becomes Dynamic. A Bit Of Barca? Glad To See Dinho-FanBoys Gone! “Allergy” Needs To Choose Between Legend Seedorf’s Ego Or Scudetto. (Dec 5-19, 2010)

Please check the rest of the report
🙂 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-12: Cassano! Welcome To “Bad-Boys-Band!” Ibra’s Kick Is Ready. However… No White Underwear, Please! What About “New Constitution” In Case…?

PHOTO: Cassano introduces himself to new teammates with intimate touch Jan 6, 2011 / By whoateallthepies.tv
Mad Tony Cassano gives team-mate Rodney Strasser a friendly squeeze in the sphincter zone, just seconds after Cassano had set up Strasser for Milan’s winner at Cagliari. Bum love is the only language Cassano can speak that Strasser understands, apparently… You have to love Mad Tony and his thick Bari accent.

PHOTO: AC Milan’s Cassano and Robinho celebrate after a goal against Cagliari Jan 6, 2011 / By uk.eurosport
AC Milan’s Cassano and Robinho celebrate after a goal against Cagliari during their Italian serie A. soccer match in Cagliari

AC Milan's Cassano and Robinho celebrate after a goal against Cagliari during their Italian serie A soccer match in Cagliari

(Updated on JANUARY 22, 2011)

Antonio Cassano Is ‘No Monster’ For Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
“Cassano isn’t a monster, he’s a professional. He will find it easy to be part of an atmosphere of good manners and respect for the rules. … I don’t judge people at least until after I’ve heard them speak. I make an effort to get to know them.”

(JIWON: Surely. Coach Allegri should know more about his new booty. That this brat has NEVER missed EVERY important opportunity to MESS UP… at Sampdoria. Says Cassano’s maniac Korean fan. 😉 I have to post two Korean comments. Simply comical. 🙂 )

Comment-IP 119.197.xxx.166 / 2010.12.21. 21:00: Strikers 많은데 왜 또 Striker 영입하냐고. 뻘소리하는 사람들 있는데. (…) 사실 이부분은 Pirlo에게 지워졌던 가혹한 짐이라 할수있는데. Pirlo가 전성기시절 기량보다 폼이 하락된데는. Pirlo를 대체할만한 선수가 없어서 혹사를 한탓도 크지. Cassano가 영입된다면 Pirlo를 쉬게하고 Ambro이나 Gattuso같은 전형적인 수비형미들들을 뒤에 깔아두고 Cassano를 FreeRole로 둬서 혼자 날뛰게 해도 충분하다는거. 게다가 둘이같이 뛸경우에 배가될 창조적인 플레이는 생각만해도 가슴이 설레이게한다. (…We can allow CASSANO to play Freerole and go on a RAMPAGE… in this way, our priceless PIRLO can rest and find his best form again… then imagine when they play together…)
Comment-IP 110.174.xxx.91 / 2010.12.28. 13:00: (…) 물론 이건 삼돌이 경기 챙겨 본 사람만 알겠지만. Pirlo 부재 때 공격을 풀어나갈 실마리로 Cassano라는 다른 방법이 생긴거죠. Cassano는 만능형이니까요. 드리블, 볼배급, 거기다 중요한 경기에선 항상 사고치는 특성까지… 난 Cassano Fan이어서 챙겨봤거든. (…CASSANO is ALMIGHTY… can play ANYwhere and NEVER misses EVERY important opportunity to MESS UP… I know THIS, because I’m Cassano Fan, having followed his every Sampdoria game… yeah…)

Allegri: ‘Cassano will be useful for us’ Dec 26, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) “Cassano will be a useful option for our frontline since HE CAN PLAY IN ANY ATTACKING POSITION. I am planning to field him mainly as a centre-forward WHEN NECESSARY – he did not play in that position before, but he can do it.” (…)

(JIWON: Yeah, Korean comment section also agree. But unlike Allegri, they say that Cassano did play in that position before. Then, I find that Raul’s interview on October 2008 was the best to honor his Italian teammate, explaining his characteristics. I need to find this.)

Report: Cassano is 2.5kg overweight… (out of shape) Dec 28, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
AC Milan ace Ibrahimovic admits Cassano needs to get on diet Jan 3, 2011 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: Yeah, Korean comment section say that this is why current Cassano can never equal current Messi. Anyway, Korean fans want to know WHY Cassano looks AWKWARD whenever he runs for the Azzurri. Let’s hope him to figure out all by himself. 😉 )

PHOTO: Antonio Cassano: No Shorts, No Problem! Apr 23, 2009

(JIWON: First of all, Korean fans are begging and begging him NEVER to wear white underwear on the pitch. They lament that IT looks… 😦 What if Cassano becomes Fashion Icon, changing its color/design in every important game? 😉 Who else will join Cassano’s underwear? Brazilian Silva? Just think of the ensemble, whether color or design or football… 🙂 )

Antonio Cassano Plays Like A Brazilian – Milan Striker Alexandre Pato Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: The most comical remark from Milan’s darling Duckling… therefore…)

Manchester City Striker Mario Balotelli: Milan Move Will Happen Soon, I’m Better Than Antonio Cassano Jan 18, 2010 / By Goal
(…) “[Milan owner] Silvio Berlusconi said that Cassano is the best Italian talent – he’s wrong or doesn’t know Balotelli.” (…)

(JIWON: The most comical answer from Berlusconi’s darling Brat… therefore…)

Antonio Cassano Is ‘No Monster’ For Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-ferro perth / 6:10 AM Dec 29, 2010: so milan have ibra, robinho, ronaldinho, and cassano as the bad boys band. dont u try to get materazi and balotelli? / 3 : 3
Comment-Milanista Switzerland / 2:06 PM Dec 28, 2010: I still have kind of an odd feeling in my stomach… but hey, he knows how to treat the ball!!! Let’s see… / 31 : 1
Comment-Hmm Yes / 3:37 PM Dec 28, 2010: His previous coach said a similar thing once he joined him.. but time never lies / 3 : 24
Comment-asep bandung / 5:59 PM Dec 28, 2010: at least he was italian. / 22 : 4
Comment-Artemius Milano / 2:57 PM Dec 28, 2010: Lol, he can’t make problem with club president in Milan, because Berlusconi will kick him out of the country! / 59 : 2
Comment-If Milan manage / 3:58 AM Dec 29, 2010: to reform even Badboy Cassano and Ibra, then we should just send out all the inmates from Arkham Asylum there. What a fantasy… / 1 : 0

Lock Me Up If I Blow Milan Chance – Antonio Cassano Jan 14, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: They are all crucial members of the national team. They are loved, honored by the public. They are obliged to national harmony and unity. AND THEN… They are all the honorary members of The Bad Boys Band. THEREFORE… What about NEW constitution to prevent future disaster in case…?)

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PROFESSOR-11: Ronaldinho’s Delighted To Return To Brazil. No Player Is Bigger Than AC-Milan.

10 Reasons Why AC Milan Will Not Miss Ronaldinho Jan 13, 2011 / By BleacerReport, James Riggio
No. 1 Player Stays Out Late: AC Milan has been very strict over the years on having its players showing up every day ready to play and not tired from being at a nightclub until 2 a.m. Ronaldinho was often rumored to be spending more time partying than the club would have liked.
No. 2 Lack Of Defense: The game has changed to where even offensive-minded players need to make big contributions defensively. Ronaldinho often relied on the help of others when it came to defense.
No. 3 Presence Of Antonio Cassano
No. 4 Club Looking at Younger Players
No. 5 Salary Off The Books: AC Milan is one of the few elite clubs in Europe that actually tries to balance its books and has a tiny debt compared to the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United.
No. 6 Something Instead Of Nothing: Although a fee has not been disclosed, AC Milan did not let Ronaldinho leave for free and thus the club was able to get back at least some of the money it paid when it purchased the player from Barcelona in 2008. He would have been able to leave the club for nothing in the summer of 2011.
No. 7 Milan Sells, Still Wins: AC Milan has still performed well after selling some of its past superstars. It won the UEFA Champions League the year after selling Andriy Shevchenko to Chelsea and even defeated Real Madrid last season after it sold Kaka to the Spanish giants.
No. 8 Back to Brazil: One thing that makes AC Milan a great club is that it makes great business deals. Sending Ronaldinho back to Brazil means they will not to face him, unless by some tiny chance AC Milan and Flamengo meet in the FIFA Club World Cup.
No. 9 Questions From Media: Certainly in the past few months, Ronaldinho as well as many within the AC Milan organization have had to answer to questions about Ronaldinho’s future. Those distractions will now go away.
No. 10 Making Player Happy: The club and player agreed on the split and AC Milan want to see Ronaldinho happy by returning to Brazil.

(Updated on JANUARY 15, 2011)

Jan 2, 2011 ?:?? PM GMT Club Friendlies Al Ahly 1-2 Milan
Friendly Al Ahly 1-2 Milan: 8000 Fans Enjoy Cassano’s Unofficial Debut. Legend Seedorf On Fire In Experimental Game. Binho’s Comical Injury & Ibra’s Comical Fight. Dinho’s Somber Farewell.

♥AS FOR DINHO’S SOMBER FAREWELL 😦 DISGUSTING ISSUE ON MONEY 😉 ♥

Milan Forward Ronaldinho Interests Manchester City – Report Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal
Boyhood Club Gremio Join Race For Milan’s Ronaldinho – Report Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal
LA Galaxy make lucrative offer to AC Milan’s Ronaldinho Dec 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Gremio convinced they can land AC Milan star Ronaldinho on a free Dec 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com

Gremio ‘Optimistic’ About Signing Ronaldinho From Milan Dec 21, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan Patron Berlusconi: Cassano Yes, Ronaldinho No Dec 21, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Ronaldinho In Talks To Leave Milan – Report Dec 22, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Have To Sanction Ronaldinho Exit Before He Can Leave – Agent Dec 22, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Playmaker Ronaldinho Agrees Terms With Boyhood Club Gremio Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal

Ronaldinho exit faces hindrance Dec 24, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) Why? Adriano Galliani thinks that it’d be better (financially) to pay Dinho’s wages until the end of the season rather than paying him a severance package if they rescind his contract. However, Gremio President Paulo Odone said again today that he has a deal in place with Ronnie and the player will return to the club. He said: (…)

Ronaldinho exit faces hindrance Dec 24, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Milanista says: And this is an instance that I hate Milan having a cheap director. I love him when he makes deal, but I hate him when he does things like this. Let him go. Its more beneficial for both sides. Dinho gets to play as much as he wants. And the AM position will not have as much competition meaning more playing time for youngsters. I know its business, but feel a player better Galliani. He wants to play. Don’t be like this.

Please check
🙂 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. (Oct 10, 2010 – Jan 25, 2011)
🙂 Samba…

(JIWON: What happened during this period? Interesting to check LEO and Dinho’s timeline. What did I do from time to time? I don’t understand why those very-professional guys are sensitively reacting to this computer work.)

Ronaldinho wants €3.2m from Milan Dec 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) RONALDINHO’S brother, de Assis has asked for 80% of the wages that should have been paid to Dinho from January to June, around €3.2 million net, but Milan have no intentions of paying this amount. It is believed meanwhile that the player will join the team in Dubai on December 27 for a training camp and a friendly game against Al-Ahli.

Ronaldinho wants €3.2m from Milan Dec 25, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-zulu says: Ronadhino and his agent are acting according to the contract. If Milan wants to get rid of the great dhino, they must pay him. Milan can release him by paying the remaining wages. Why they do not do just that is unclear to me. Milan especially the lowly regarded coach handled Dhino with out class. Good coaches try their best to get something positive out of their player no matter what. Allegeri will be remembered not for his coaching quality but for squdering one of the great talent the game ever seen. I predict here that he will leave Milan before Dinho.
Comment-Rizzla says: Zulu… shut uo please, what you know about football couldnt fill a thimble. It’s people like you that piss everyone off with their lack of knowledge and clear bias towards a player. HES OLD, FAT AND LAZY get over it.
Comment-oto says: @Rizzla, I am amazed by your football knowledge. Ppl like you should be banned from this site. You do not know shit.
Comment-tito says: I think dhino made a big mistake in joining milan. The team, the coach and some of the fans are totally classless. Milan will never win anything. For those who think ibra is better than dhino, check out their resume.
Comment-N.S.R says: To people that said milan has no class for dumping ronaldinho. Actually you are blindly see ronaldinho and praise him, he is worthless now, and ur comment also worthless.
Comment-iHuntYou says: @N.S.R. you’re right. besides a real Milanista knows that Milan was not founded as a high class society club. most of its tifosi are from the working class. If you want classy jerks snobs as fans, the doors to inter are open.

Comment-Adi says: Is this some kind of joke? He’s the one who want to move, why would Milan have to pay him?
Comment-Dave says: I believe it would be like a severance package…. but honestly, as a Milan fan, this makes me kind of bitter about Ronaldinho. I’ve really enjoyed him here, but to go out like this leaves me with a bad taste of him…. I also don’t think the club is going to like this. If he’s not willing to work with Milan then I’d tell him to enjoy the bench for the next 6 months and get no severance when your contract runs out.
Comment-TJ56 says: And I never believed when I was told he is a retard.
Comment-Peter says: If he wants the remaining wages then we might as well keep him as a reserve in case we get some injuries.
Comment-fdl says: ha ha 3.5 mil what a total joker, and he claims he’s owed it.. he owes us.. for his performance…. i say let keep this fool and put him in the stands and let him train on his own accord…. typical cheeky worthless man first leo n now him…. for me no more brazilians at milan
Comment-DAMN says: @FDL dont talk like that Pato and Silva are Brazilians
Comment-Master says: @TWF. 100% agreed with u. I still remember the 1st time Pato land in Milan. He was an explosive striker but also a good kid outside the field. And then Dinho comes…bring his bad influence to Pato (night club, divorce). God…hope this transfer will finish quickly. And no more bad influence from Dinho to another young players in Milan.
Comment-Milanista says: I guess he’s going to stay on the bench for the next few months…. If he’s going to act like this, then screw it. Keep him on the bench. Milan should only pay what he played until now, not the rest of his contract. If he’s going to leave Milan like this, then I doubt he’ll do well in Gremio.

Comment-Master says: Let me clarify this:
1. Dinho has the highest wages right now for Milan player.
2. But his playing like crap for this season (even Abate and Boateng more useful than Dinho).
3. Dinho wants to leave Milan on January, but he demands Milan for pay his big wages until June 2011.
Wow, that’s a lot of demand for the players who give NOTHING to us. Not a single fucking trophy. So, this is the real Dinho. A player who only give crap for his money, but not for his performance. Hope Milan kick out this a’holes on January!

Ronaldinho Would Prefer To Stay At Milan, But Wants To Play – Thiago Silva Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho To Remain At Milan Until End Of Season – Report Dec 25, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Ace Ronaldinho Has 90 Per Cent Chance Of Joining Gremio – Coach Renato Portaluppi Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
Thiago Silva: We Will Lose A World-Class Player If Ronaldinho Leaves Milan Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho Abandons Milan Training As Relations Break Down Further – Report Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal

Agent Does Not Exclude European Destination For Milan Striker Ronaldinho Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho’s Milan To Gremio Move Becomes Stuck Over €8Million Pay Deal – Reports Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Forward Ronaldinho In Paris Saint-Germain Link – Report Dec 30, 2010 / By Goal

Gremio Ask For Discount As Robinho Asks Ronaldinho To Stay At Milan Dec 30, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho Moves Closer To Milan Departure In January Dec 30, 2010 / By Goal
Gremio Vice-President Cidade Dias: We Are Confident Of Signing Ronaldinho From Milan Dec 31, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Playmaker Ronaldinho Flies To Brazil As Gremio Move Gains Momentum Jan 1, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Regrets Ronaldinho’s Absence, Welcomes Antonio Cassano Jan 1, 2011 / By Goal

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

Ronaldinho Abandons Milan Training As Relations Break Down Further – Report Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano Begins Milan Training Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-me Dubai / 6:19 PM Dec 28, 2010: i was there and i saw ronaldinho he trained normally but when he walked out of the stadium we didnt see the ronaldinho we’re used to the smiling one he was walked quietly towards the bus and stayed there alone for 30 mins / 7 : 0

(Updated on JANUARY 15, 2011)

Jan 6, 2011 2:00 PM GMT Serie A-18 Cagliari 0-1 Milan
SA-18 Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Without “Ibra+Pirlo+Nesta”, It’s Boring To Watch, Except Hard-Working Rookies. Strasser’s First Goal Or Cassano’s Crucial Debut. Legend Seedorf Plays 90 Minutes. Who Are “Mr. Allergy’s” Victims?

♥AS FOR DINHO’S SOMBER FAREWELL 😦 DISGUSTING ISSUE ON MONEY 😉 ♥

Ronaldinho Abandons Milan Training As Relations Break Down Further – Report Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho’s Milan To Gremio Move Becomes Stuck Over €8Million Pay Deal – Reports Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal
Gremio Ask For Discount As Robinho Asks Ronaldinho To Stay At Milan Dec 30, 2010 / By Goal
Gremio Vice-President Cidade Dias: We Are Confident Of Signing Ronaldinho From Milan Dec 31, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Playmaker Ronaldinho Flies To Brazil As Gremio Move Gains Momentum Jan 1, 2011 / By Goal

Flamengo President Patricia Amorim Admits To Milan Striker Ronaldinho Interest Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal
Blackburn Preparing Bid For Milan Striker Ronaldinho – Report Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Ronaldinho Destined For Brazil Return As Palmeiras Confirm Interest, But Sponsorship Problems Leave Financial Questions – Report Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal
Blackburn Rovers Launch €7.2 Million Bid For Milan Playmaker Ronaldinho – Report Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal

Inter Want Ronaldinho, But Milan Clause Prohibits Him From Joining Italian Rivals – Report Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal
Blackburn Put Forward €23.5m Deal To Sign Milan Forward Ronaldinho & Confirm Interest In David Beckham Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal
English Comment: Ronaldinho & Blackburn Rovers Would Be A Marriage Made In Money-Laden Hell Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Never Considered Moves For Real Madrid’s Kaka Or Milan Ace Ronaldinho – Marco Branca Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal

Gremio Remain Favourites To Sign Ronaldinho Despite Blackburn Rovers Interest – Bookmakers Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal
Flamengo Set To Hijack Gremio’s Deal For Ronaldinho – Report Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal
Blackburn Manager Steve Kean Accepts Ronaldinho Transfer Is Unlikely Jan 5, 2011 / By Goal
Ronaldinho: I Want Gremio, But Milan’s Transfer Fee Demands Are The Problem Jan 5, 2011 / By Goal
Gremio Reveal Ronaldinho Will Terminate Milan Contract Jan 5, 2011 / By Goal
Gremio President Paulo Odone: Ronaldinho Will Join Us Within 48 Hours Jan 5, 2011 / By Goal
Ronaldinho Reaches Agreement With Milan To Terminate Contract Jan 6, 2011 / By Goal

(Updated on JANUARY 17, 2011)

Jan 9, 2011 2:00 PM GMT Serie A-19 Milan 4-4 Udinese
SA-19 Milan 4-4 Udinese: A Horror Movie Or “Legend Seedorf & Bonera’s Perfect Ensemble” To Ruin AC-Milan. “Awful Defense vs. Perfect Attack.” “Ibra+Pato+Cassano” Assist Each Other. Madness Was The Last 10’.

♥AS FOR DINHO’S SOMBER FAREWELL 😦 DISGUSTING ISSUE ON MONEY 😉 ♥

Ronaldinho Reaches Agreement With Milan To Terminate Contract Jan 6, 2011 / By Goal
Blackburn Manager Steve Kean Refuses To Admit That Chase For Ronaldinho Is Over Jan 7, 2011 / By Goal

Gremio Declare Themselves ‘Optimistic’ Over Possible Arrival Of Ronaldinho From Milan Jan 7, 2011 / By Goal

Pele: If Ronaldinho Loves Gremio He Should Play There For Free Jan 7, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-RM UK / 7:15 AM Jan 8, 2011: If he was to play for free, it would be for Gremio, but it’s the transfer fee that’s the obstacle.
Comment-me here / 8:56 PM Jan 10, 2011: you may be a legend but is ignorant. It is Milan who is asking for all that money and not Ronaldinho. / 8 : 1
Comment-weil DE / 3:13 AM Jan 8, 2011: Pele is out of topic. Ronaldinho is not holding out for the highest fee. Milan is. Ronnie has come out publicly already, asking Milan to lower their asking price. My opinion is, Pele is just jealous of many brazilian footballer. Like scolari said, Dinho should probably do the opposite of what pele has just said, to have fortune in the next 4 years. / 20
Comment-Gurinho Brazil / 10:20 PM Jan 10, 2011: As much as I admire Pele, I think his comment here was very unnecessary. It’s not Ronaldinho who’s making the decision, it’s Milan who wants big bucks. If he wants to criticize someone, then he should criticize the coach of Milan or the one in charge of the transfer decision. Such a bad comment, does he like have something against Ronaldinho? ‘Cause he blamed ‘Dinho for their early WC 06 exit as well. / 3 : 1

Comment-Bowie Sydney / 8:08 AM Jan 8, 2011: Its a figure of speech… all he is saying is that ‘money should not be an issue’. Yes the transfer is the problem though…. His comment is also having a stab at football in general these days with the vast majority of players having no understanding of the word ‘loyalty’… / 7 : 2
Comment-Kush AL / 11:44 AM Jan 8, 2011: LoL …We are now in 2011 Pele …and now football becomes business, i think no one wants to play for free 😉 / 21 : 9
Comment-Tom England / 12:54 AM Jan 8, 2011: Footballer is a job too, who on earth want to work for free? This aint charity old fool. / 4 : 0
Comment-dinho new york / 12:08 AM Jan 8, 2011: next time we need your opinion Mr Pele, we will ask! till then be quiet. Dinho is the greatest. this is 2011, nothing is for free.. clearly he is still in 1970. its simple professionals gets paid. / 3 : 0
Comment-1960 1960 / 3:33 AM Jan 9, 2011: Pélé might be thinking that football is still just like a hobby for pro players, like it was back in his days… nowadays they have to keep a strict diet, hold back on the private life (no clubbing) and train 5 hours a day.. although dinho maybe hasn’t done all that to the exact but who would even try for free if they can get paid for it? b.t.w. it would lower his market value in case he were to be transferred to another club in the future

Comment-sa Can / 11:12 PM Jan 7, 2011: I guess here is Milan problem that want to recover the money they spent with Dinho. Playing for free is an idea but Dinho is far from Pele. Dinho spent his huge talent a bit to early in extra football things and became a team problem and here it is – sacked at 30. When you think to the today’s mega pays you can admire even more Pele. When Pele went to Galaxy (at 35) he was done with the real performance. / 7 : 7

Comment-JEL BDA / 9:37 PM Jan 7, 2011: Pele is a footballing legend, but almost everything he says annoys me and makes no sense. Ronaldinho is a professional, why would he play for free, even if he does love Gremio??? / 55 : 21
Comment-Azzuri Fan Beirut / 7:26 AM Jan 10, 2011: Ronaldinho should pay them money in order to play with them!! He’s a lazy player.. All Brazilians fade out once they reach the age of 29.. Look at Dinho, Rivaldo, Adriano… / 0 : 0
Comment-Toni Canada / 3:55 AM Jan 8, 2011: Well the way dinho sees it, anywhere that pays well and is somewhat close to clubs and the beach is just perfect. when you dont care which club you play for, its down to the money. will he show up to training on time everytime? psh no, he didnt even do that in european football. this is just pay me for my marketing potential business. / 7 : 3
Comment-DD Accra, Ghana / 4:57 AM Jan 8, 2011: Someone needs an economics lesson. Gremio will make money if Ronaldinho plays for them (attendance, merchandise etc.) / 4 : 0

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani Confirms Ronaldinho Is Close To Joining Gremio, But Flamengo Have Other Ideas Jan 8, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani: I Am 99% Sure Ronaldinho Will Join Flamengo Jan 8, 2011 / By Goal

(Updated on JANUARY 22, 2011)

Jan 16, 2011 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-20 Lecce 1-1 Milan
SA-20 Lecce 1-1 Milan: “Puskas Award” For Ibra’s Mythical Volley. SLOWdorf’s Milan Resembles “Collapsing Liverpool”. No Teamspirit, No Power, & No Motivation. So Many Victims, As A Result.

♥AS FOR DINHO’S SOMBER FAREWELL 😦 DISGUSTING ISSUE ON MONEY 😉 ♥

Corinthians Join Race For Milan Attacker Ronaldinho Jan 10 / By Goal

Palmeiras drop out of race for Ronaldinho Jan 10, 2011 / By peopledaily.com.cn
The president of Palmeiras, Luiz Gonzaga Belluzzo, officially announced the club’s desistance of signing star midfielder Ronaldinho Gaucho on Sunday. The news comes one day after Gremio made the same statement. Similar to Gremio president Paulo Odone, Belluzzo cited the lack of ethics regarding Ronaldinho’s behavior and the apparent auction that his brother and agent, Assis, has conducted. Belluzzo claimed that his club will not tolerate such behavior and will no longer fuel the fire. Flamengo now stand as the almost certain destination for Ronaldinho. The athlete received his liberation from AC Milan on January 6, but hesitated to announce a commitment to any Brazilian team, holding out for a larger salary.

Gremio Striker Jonas: Ronaldinho Deal Is Dead, But We Will Bounce Back Jan 10, 2011 / By Goal
(…) Gremio fans, on the other hand, were in a far less conciliatory mood toward their former idol, who also attracted their ire for the manner of his 2001 exit. Several posters were released across Porto Alegre and the web, with one stating simply: “R10 and [the player’s brother] Assis, the Gremio Nation will never forgive you.” Fans also reopened a website dedicated to berating the player from his previous departure in 2001; named ‘Dentuco pilantra’, or in English ‘Buck-toothed crook’.

Torcida do Grêmio chama Ronaldinho de “Dentuço Pilantra” Jan 10, 2011 / By correiodopovo-al.com.br
Word “Rabbit scoundrel” is already up on the trending topics Twiiter.
The supporters of the tricolor of Porto Alegre walk very dissatisfied with the announcement that the player Ronaldinho will play in the Club de Regatas Flamengo.
“The Olympics do not need the Monumental Rabbit rascal. Gremio existed before Ronaldinho, but there was Ronaldinho before Sorority,” said one angry fan on Twitter.
Stars that were revealed in clubs or have already released their love for a football team has been the target of fans for not predict the club with the heart. The most recent case of Ronaldo, the phenomenon, which would go to Flamengo, but signed with Corinthians, even today the majority of fans prefer to see a Flamengo Vasco shirt in front of the player Ronaldo to Flamengo shirt.
Everyone knows that Ronaldinho has declared his love for Gremio, but the life of a professional football player is very short and in most cases the financial side weighs more on the scale of hiring a football match.

Ronaldinho And Flamengo Reach Verbal Agreement For Transfer – Report Jan 10, 2011 / By Goal
OFFICIAL: Ronaldinho Joins Flamengo Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal
Flamengo have confirmed via their official website that they have signed star playmaker Ronaldinho on a three-and-a-half year contract. Milan – Ronaldinho’s former club – will be paid €3 million to transfer from the Rossoneri to the Mengao, and the 30-year-old will earn a €130,000-a-week wage, which is expected to be partly paid by investors Traffic and Olympikus.

Kris Voakes’ Calcio Debate: Time For Clarence Seedorf To Join Ronaldinho In The Milan Reject Bin Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal
New Flamengo Signing Ronaldinho Delighted To Return To Brazil Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal
Ronaldinho: I’m Glad To Be A Flamengo Player Jan 12, 2011 / By Goal

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CoppaItalia Milan 3-0 Bari: Trident [Ibra+Binho+Cassano] Create Goals For [Ibra+Merkel+Binho]. When [SLOWdorf+Bonera] Are Out… Beautiful Football Again Since R15. Fast & Furious…

Jan 20, 2011•8:00 PM GMT Coppa Italia Milan 3-0 Bari
♥PREPARATION♥

Heurelho Gomes: Tottenham Need To Take Each Game At A Time Ahead Of Milan Clash Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal

Massimiliano Allegri: Milan Want To Go All The Way In Coppa Italia Jan 19, 2011 / By Goal

Thiago Silva Misses Milan – Bari Coppa Italia Clash With Intestinal Problems Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano & Alexandre Pato To Start For Milan Against Bari In Coppa Italia Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal

Luciano Moggi: Juventus Should Have Signed Antonio Cassano, Not Milan Jan 19, 2011 / By Goal
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli: I Have Always Supported Milan’s Antonio Cassano Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal

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

(Updated on FEBRUARY 1, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Delighted With Comfortable Win Over Bari Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
Milan 3-0 Bari: Rossoneri Coast Into Coppa Italia Quarter-Finals Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Alexander Merkel
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Binho
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Luca Antonini

Milan 3-0 Bari Jan 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Best Moment: Ibrahimovic’s goal
Man of the Match: Robinho (Merkel’s a close second, Cassano, Ibra & Oddo could all compete for the 3rd spot in terms of how well they did)

Milan 3-0 Bari Jan 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Milan 3-0 Bari: Rossoneri Coast Into Coppa Italia Quarter-Finals Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
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1. When [Seedorf+Bonera] are out… Merkel created much more today than Seedorf the whole season. 1 goal and 1 assist are enough to replace slowdorf.
2. A solid performance from Nesta, Yepes and Oddo. Speed demon Abate.
3. Cassano is still nowhere near fitness. Controversial debate on as to whether Pirlo should have played in this game when he is not 100% fit.
4. Controversial debate on Antonini.
5. Time to sub Ibra, who needs to rest. Milan need to learn how to play without Ibra and Pato needs to get back his confidence.

Comment-AKA69 says: WATCH MERKEL VS BARI!!! & ROBINHO’S GOAL!!! & IBRA’S GOAL AGAINST BARI!!!
Comment-enzo says: @AKA 69 this is a good startline. milan played a super game vs bari and makes nice goals. WATCH!!!
Comment-sherbini says: great game by “super MERKEL” he should be more considered from now, to encourage him. WE MUST SUPPORT OUR TALENTS (VERDI, MERKEL, STRASSER, ALBERTAZZI) STEP BY STEP, BCS THEY STILL TOO YOUNGS.

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

Bari Coach Giampiero Ventura: We Lost To A Very Good Team Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Too tired to do this part… (… blameitalianprimeminister&f*ckingruby…))

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – Coach Allegri… beautiful football… abate… yepes

Milan 3-0 Bari: Rossoneri Coast Into Coppa Italia Quarter-Finals Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Thomas USA / 11:29 PM Jan 20, 2011: If Milan strengthen their backline, they could be almost unstoppable. / 0 : 0
Comment-Comment-Christoph Austria / 10:21 PM Jan 20, 2011: all you Allegri haters are stupid. Milan is number one in the league and today show beautiful football. Serie A istn Spain. you dont get your points that easily. Pirlo was fit and it was bad luck today. forza Allgri. you do grat job! / 54 : 14
Comment-Ferguenzo Milan / 12:09 AM Jan 21, 2011: I am impressed! Robinho, Ibrhimovic, and Cassano have a good understanding of each other on the pitch probably because they are all messed up in the head and like to cause trouble! They are troublemakers on and off the pitch lol. Now we just need our other bad boy Pato to catch his form so we can force Allegri to use all 4 together. Otherwise for now Pato can keep coming off the bench, and we can continue with 3 mids. / 5 : 2

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – Mr. Allergy… sub

Milan Breathe Sigh Of Relief Over Andrea Pirlo Injury Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal

Milan 3-0 Bari: Rossoneri Coast Into Coppa Italia Quarter-Finals Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-why? Stupid / 10:37 PM Jan 20, 2011: why play zlatan whole match? Allegri plays him way too hard, he has no confidence in his team. / 47 : 2
Comment-Metti Persia / 9:31 PM Jan 20, 2011: Its time to sub Zlatan. I have a bad memory from last season when leonardo kept Pato (our best then) in pitch after 3-0 lead and he got injured, and our fall started. / 58 : 1
Comment-milan fan / 8:43 PM Jan 20, 2011: Ibra scored!! But I really think he should (not) have started this match for a number of reasons: 1- he needs to rest, 2- milan need to learn how to play without ibra, 3-pato could use some playing time to get back to his best. Anyway the fact that Bonera is not playing gives me confidence we will have a clean sheet. / 25:1
Comment-151 reallity check real world / 8:00 PM Jan 20, 2011: why did you start Ibra today Allegri you have no confidence in the team without Ibra you are a poor manager you should have started pato instead of Ibra so Pato can get back his confidence ahead of the weekend and you should have played strasser instead of rhino or ambro..you sicken me Allegri.anyway..FORZA MILAN / 14:13
Comment-Flipp Sweden / 10:10 PM Jan 20, 2011: Sweden will play 2 friendlies next month and Milan director, Ariedo Braida, said yesterday that he does not want to send Zlatan to these matched because “he has to rest” and “he is not a robot that can play every match” Well Milan, you see the match has left 65 minutes and Milan leads by 3 goals but still subs 3 other players and not Zlatan. I know that they don’t dare to sub him because of fearing a loss(!) Come on! / 0 : 0

Comment-harisen Australia / 11:48 PM Jan 20, 2011: so did Allegri play a 4-2-1-3?? with the players starting it seems thats how they fit or did he play some out of position?? good to see Pirlo back, but Pirlo and Cassano are still no where near fitness. Not sure but i dont think Pato is at full fitness either. Merkel was great but can he do this against a better team? i dont think he can at the moment but that all comes with confidence / 0 : 1
Comment-Carlo Melbourne / 10:03 PM Jan 20, 2011: Why would you bring on Pirlo when he is not 100% fit allegri, Now it seems he has done damage to his knee. Wanna bet you play seedorf next match and rest cassano. / 51 : 5

Milan 3-0 Bari Jan 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Zso says: When i saw the Subs Allegri made after 3-0 I got really mad. Why on earth he is not giving chance to Montelongo or Oduamadiwhen it is like 20 minutes left and Milan goes 3-0? Why he pick Pato or Pirlo?!?!? Merkel showed that he deserve a place soon and played better than Seedorf nowadays….
Comment-TvT says: Guys Allegri’s selection was awesome tonight i.e. No Bonera No Seedorf and the team was fast and furios nway about Pirlo we cant blame Allegri coz when a player comes from an injury he needs to be tested for a couple minutes to check his fitness before he starts a new game .. l hope the injury is not serious

♥BINHO♥ – speaks italian

Milan 3-0 Bari: Rossoneri Coast Into Coppa Italia Quarter-Finals Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Luis Brasil / 10:32 PM Jan 20, 2011: Great game from Robinho. Two assistis and one goal. The trio Cassano-Robinho-Ibra worked very well. I hope they play like that every match. MOTM was definitely Robinho! / 2 : 0
Comment-mln sp / 10:40 PM Jan 20, 2011: Man of the Match: Robinho… but Ibra, Cassano and Merkel were also fantastic. / 48 : 2
Comment-me here / 10:54 PM Jan 20, 2011: Great game for Milan, I saw robinho’s post match interview, i never knew Binho spoke Italian so fluently / 89 : 3

♥ABATE & YEPES♥

Milan 3-0 Bari: Rossoneri Coast Into Coppa Italia Quarter-Finals Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-me Milan / 9:10 PM Jan 20, 2011: the speed demon abate is on to destroy bari’s defense and midfield. / 37 : 1
Comment-Aji Toronto / 10:20 PM Jan 20, 2011: Highlights of this game: Merkel is one for the future in close second to Robinho for man of the match, can shoot with either feet…looks like our trequartista in about 2-3 years. Another reason why Bonera should not play. Yepes may not be super fast but his positioning is great. A game for our fantastic four upfront to gel. FORZA MILAN. / 28 : 1

Milan 3-0 Bari Jan 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Tita says: Overall I would say the guys played great, especially in the attack part, Cassano, Ibra and Binho. I would also like to praise the work of Merkel and Yepes, who was fairly stable, instead of Bonera they should let him play if Nesta or Silva is not available. (…)

♥DUCKLING’S GROWING PAINS♥

(… this part was finished in “PROFESSOR-14: Duckling’s Growing Pains. When Mr. Allergy’s Aesthetic Approach Is Better Known For “Bench Philosophy”…”. Please check the section above…)

♥MYSTERY-ANTONINI♥ – when no one doubts Antonini’s diligent professionalism.

Milan Chief Adriano Galliani Blocks Luca Antonini From Joining Juventus – Report Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal

Milan 3-0 Bari: Rossoneri Coast Into Coppa Italia Quarter-Finals Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Ben UK / 7:54 AM Jan 21, 2011: I’m worried about how rusty Pirlo was, he slowed our game down loads… Merkel and Robinho were fantastic! A solid performance from Nesta, Yepes and Oddo too, although Antonini was as poor as ever =/ / 36 : 2
Comment-Wilson Australia / 4:13 AM Jan 21, 2011: AC Milan is looking strong in the midfield (especially without seedorf) and strong in attack. Abiatti is doing a super job but we need some more confidence in our fullbacks. Zambro is past his peak, Antonini is alright but not up to the standard of a team like Milan. Oddo isn’t brilliant either. It may be unlikely but Milan could apply for the services of Inter fullback Davide Santon?
Comment-Milanista121 USA / 11:02 PM Jan 20, 2011: Wonderful win, hope we keep on like this, I know it’s just Bari, but it’s always a start! Fine, mature performance by Merkel, hope he keeps this up he’s going to be something allright, everyone who followed him during pre season knew this already though. Antonini looked much more assured than he’s done earlier, and we’re so much better off without Bonera. Yepes is way way way better. Forza Milan! / 1 : 0
Comment-Milan 4life / 2:08 AM Jan 21, 2011: I don’t understand why Antonini was the flop. He was good in attack, but still he needs some support when defending. Look at how Mourinho made a good defender of Eto’o. I’m only suggesting more commitment from the team when defending. It doesn’t hurt if Robinho or Zlatan put more pressure when the other team has the ball. / 6 : 0

Milan 3-0 Bari Jan 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-fyah-mayne says: (…) Bonera & Seedorf … Merkel (…) Antonini was good an will be a good backup for both fullback position, while cassano+bhino+ibra linked up perfectly, too bad for pato “/ but hey hes young and am sure he will get games…..Pirlo plz come back.

Report: Milan to sign a center-back in June Jan 12, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Milanista says: Our defense is all over the place. We have too many center backs, but half of them are useless and out of the good ones, two are old (Nesta and Yepes.) Yepes should always start when Nesta is injured or tired. I do not know why Allegri does not deploy him. He’s better than Bonera by a good gap. I think LB is a bit more urgent. Antonini always gives solid performances for HIS standard, but his standard is not good enough.

(JIWON: This part is what I will still have to figure out. Now, I know [Milanista] = [Korean comment section] on the issue of [Antonini & Co]. They don’t doubt this player’s diligent professionalism, but they still don’t think his performance level doesn’t fit AC-Milan, in case they stick to its golden tradition. But then, AC-Milan itself has been struggling to prove its identity, and still doesn’t know if [Antonini & Co.] have more to prove. Please take Abate’s case. Therefore…)

Luca Antonini: I Want To End My Career With Milan Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Theo the Cat / 7:45 PM Jan 18, 2011: He is truly one of the hardest working players on the team, and not too hard on the eyes either, nyuck nyuck! / 15 : 0
Comment-True Rossonero Milano / 5:16 AM Jan 19, 2011: Grande Luca! Great man, great player, works hard and deserves respect! Gives 110% of himself on the trainings and matches and he is Milan’s youth product and never would go to Juventus!!! I hate people that spit on his name and work and that want all-star names! That are the same people crying for Partydinho!!! We are not Real Madrid!!! We are Grande Milan!!! Grande Luca!!! / 25 : 4
Comment-michele milano / 3:46 AM Jan 19, 2011: nice words from luca. a faithful milanista. it’s important to have players like this who will accept their roles and can start in an instance and be just fine. last year he was awesome, this year he’s been lacklustre but he can get it back, and if we sign someone else he won’t give us any problems, luca is a true milanista and I hope he stays for a long time. forza luca, and grazie for always being a true rossonero unlike some of the gloryhunting fans out there who just want all star names. / 12 : 2
Comment-Jin Boston, USA / 4:31 AM Jan 20, 2011: True milan fans know that homegrown player like Antonini who can play with all of his heart and trains hard for his team creates positive atmosphere for the team. If he can find his form it’d be great, if not he can still be valuable to the team as a substitute player / 2 : 0
Comment-Som India / 7:03 PM Jan 18, 2011: Good player… just not Maldini calibre / 1 : 1

Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 9:33 AM Jan 19, 2011: Interesting to see Antonini’s progression has stalled. last year he linked up quite well down the left with his buddy Ronaldinho, this year with Ronnie on the bench(now gone) Luca has stalled, coincidence? / 9 : 0

(JIWON: Days ago, I found out Korean comment section talking about Antonini’s problem since Dinho’s departure. I tried to find the same comment here but failed. They said that there was a reason of his good performance in Dinho’s One-Man-Show and he now should forget his bad habit, as well as his lack of defensive skill. I think the last comment allows me to imagine their analysis. That he should THINK before running to @#$. What means this Korean word, “뛰쳐나오는 버릇”?

Then, they are welcome Urby Emanuelson & Didac Vila’s arrival and expect a good competition among [Antonini & Co]. Abate is also included. They expect, because they appreciate Antonini’s hard working. I wish THEM a good luck. 🙂 )

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SA-20 Lecce 1-1 Milan: “Puskas Award” For Ibra’s Mythical Volley. SLOWdorf’s Milan Resembles “Collapsing Liverpool”. No Teamspirit, No Power, & No Motivation. So Many Victims, As A Result. Bulldog To Become Duckling’s Mentor.

Jan 16, 2011 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-20 Lecce 1-1 Milan
♥PREPARATION♥

FIFA Ballon D’Or Special: Comparing Milan 1989 To Barcelona 2010 Jan 10, 2011 / By Goal
Financial Fair Play Is Crucial For Football’s Future – Michel Platini Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal

Lock Me Up If I Blow Milan Chance – Antonio Cassano Jan 14, 2011 / By Goal

Alessandro Nesta & Mathieu Flamini Return To Training For Milan Ahead Of Lecce Clash Jan 14, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Have Everything In Their Own Hands – Massimiliano Allegri Jan 10, 2011 / By Goal
Massimiliano Allegri Warns Milan Not To Take Lecce Lightly Jan 15, 2011 / By Goal
We Will Give Milan A Tougher Game Than On Opening Day Of Season – Lecce Coach Gigi De Canio Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal

Brazil OFFICIAL: Ronaldinho Joins Flamengo Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal
Kris Voakes’ Calcio Debate: Time For Clarence Seedorf To Join Ronaldinho In The Milan Reject Bin Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Veteran Clarence Seedorf Apologises For Recent Errors Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal
Allegri gives Seedorf another chance Jan 15, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com

(Updated on JANUARY 17, 2011) – DRAFT
(Updated on JANUARY 22, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Lecce 1-1 Milan: Late Olivera Goal Denies Rossoneri Victory Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from…: Ibra
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Pato
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Allergy

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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1. Allergy’s SUB… again. Why one SUB only? Yepes(93’) doesn’t count. Why Cassano for Pato? No desire to win… always… DRAW is OK as it is a typical attitude for the second-rate coach.
2. Rossoneri’s awful passing. The first half as a boring affair, but Ibra’s wondergoal livened up the match – sadly one sloppy corner and failure to take other chances cost Milan dearly.
3. Outstanding Abate, man of match, was like a man on a mission.
4. Funny. The moment Binho is out, due to his hardworking-flop or perhaps due to flu, they start to miss Binho.
5. Pato’s disastrous result might be caused by his heartfelt friendship with Binho’s flu. 😦
6. Please check the rest of comments… below.

Lecce 1-1 Milan: Late Olivera Goal Denies Rossoneri Victory Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal
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1. It’s no longer Seedorf or Bonera to blame, but Allergy.
2. Nesta will try to forget as will Pato.
3. Similar to rossoneryblog.com.

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. No sooner had they depicted SLOWdorf’s Milan as “Collapsing Liverpool” than Lecce made a goal. They were impressed/speechless…
2. They stop calling Seedorf’s nickname. Weird is that they insult his ridiculous attitude. What does it mean?
3. Ibra’s volley should be “The Goal Of The Year”.
4. Nesta was poor, but no detailed report was made. But this is why they thought Milan was dead.

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

Lecce Are On The Right Path To Avoiding Relegation – Luigi De Canio Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Rob says: I think everyone is forgetting that playing relegation zone teams is harder in the second half of the season, Teams like Brescia, Lecce & Bari are in survival mode. They keep losing points and have a all or nothing mentality. We lost against Cesena in the first half of the season, i hope their visit to San Siro can be positive for us.

(JIWON: They will face Inter with this same mentality. Right?)

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – ibra’s mythical goal

VIDEO Poll Results: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Scored The Goal Of The Week (Jan 3-9) Jan 21, 2011 / By Goal

Ibrahimovic’s Magnificent/Mythical Goal Not Enough to Defeat Lecce Jan 16, 2010 / By BleacherReport, Niccolo Conte
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Comment-sing wong: i think the volley should be given more credit since he was holding off a player, facing away from goal and hit it with his left foot, certainly a contender for goal of the year
Comment-Niccolo Conte: Yes, Milan shouldn’t be conceding so many points, I think it’s because the spotlight is on them after Inter’s grand revival. And the volley was fantastic, it could probably win the Puskas award for 2011.

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Hefin Davies says: Ibra’s goal was insanely good, one of the best goals of the season so far, top quality. Here’s a link to it for anyone who hasn’t seen it yet: Youtube: Ibra’s Volley
Comment-Danial says: Oh and Ibra’s goal was simply amazing. 25 yards out? No problem. Chest down and beat a few defenders? No problem. Volley it over the keeper from outside the box? No problem. Left foot? NO PROBLEM. What more can I say? The man’s a machine.

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – allergy… team morale

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Dropping Points Against Lecce Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Me Here / 10:44 PM Jan 16, 2011: A great coach is proactive, he can foresee potential problems, and work to fix it before it has even happened. A decent coach is reactive, he sees the problem, and attempts to fix it ASAP. I have no clue what to label you, either you don’t see the problem (Bonera & Seedorf), or even worse, you see it, and hope that if you ignore it for long enough, it’ll just disappear. / 32 : 0

Lecce 1-1 Milan: Late Olivera Goal Denies Rossoneri Victory Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Georgia Planet Earth / 10:17 PM Jan 16, 2011: I wanna say something about the match but there was no live, with all due respect to snooker, this is just pathetic / 12 : 0
Comment-milanisti europe / 10:34 PM Jan 16, 2011: Alegri bonera and the midfield lost us the game I feel sorry for the rest of the team nesta was not himself tonight.. First half I almost fell asleep had to watch the barca game to get fresh.. Allegri is a disgrace and bonera to he has played RB, CB, LB and he suck in all positions! We played with 7 defenders and slow dog how can we score with 2 players against a team that defends with all 11 / 20 : 0
Comment-brian svk / 9:31 PM Jan 16, 2011: Leece 4 AC Milan only 2 shots on goal… with 65% ball possession… and Allegri is keeping Seedorf on the field… / 32 : 2
Comment-Famari Germany / 9:41 PM Jan 16, 2011: Is Allegri competent or not??? I’ve lost my words to describe how bad he is. It’s no longer Seedorf or Bonera to blame, but Allegri. Take Pato off and let Seedorf play??? DOES ALLEGRI JUST WANNA PROVE HIS CHOICE??? Are you ready to face angry Milan Fans, stupid coach???? / 103 : 4
Comment-f u / 9:38 PM Jan 16, 2011: if it wasnt for ibra this team would be the same garbage it was last year / 76 : 3

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-APM says: last time Allegri said, “Milan has everything in its hand to win scudetto”.— yeah, everything but a good coach!!! you noob
Comment-Bahador says: Its no more seedorf and bonera’s fault! its fucking allegri who plays them and doesnt know anything from coaching! if it wasnt for Ibra we were now where near the top, we have a great squad this year and its a pitty to miss out on serie A and CL with this coach!
Comment-RizzoSports says: People are starting to really – Allegri doesn’t sub, and Milan again looked slow and ragged in the last 20 mins. Why doesn’t he sub, Milan have more then capable players on the bench. I also hope this tie now forces Milan to got get a fullback.
Comment-nick says: This result is disappointing and the more we drop points to teams like Udinese and Leece, the more it will affect the team morale. … Why Allegri choose to keep faith with someone who had such a horrible is really bizzare! (…)
Comment-David says: I hate to say this, but … Juventus/Roma/Real Madrid … Yes we won over Inter, but on a penaltykick. We just have to thank Benitez … About the game, absolutely embarrassing watching the team play today.. No teamspirit, no power and no motivation. Pato was really bad today and so was our midfielders..

♥OUTCOME – 5♥VICTIMS… pato… nesta…

(JIWON: After finishing previous part, on Ruby-scandal, I had to rest one whole day. (…blameitalianprimeminister…) Then, I had a huge headache while skimming through the rossoneri’s comments, even if it was after I finished DRAFT of this game. Hence, I had to read them again and felt more headache. Hard to figure out how “what-kind-of-professional” became “what-kind-of-victim” in “what-kind-of-order”. I have to finish this work, or I will waste my time on this same issue again and again. It took the whole couple of days. Then… again… it looks simply simple… again. Speechless.)

AC Milan’s Title Challenge Stutters Again Despite Ibrahimovic’s Brilliance Jan 17, 2011 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) Of further concern for Milan was the performance of Alessandro Nesta. The former Italian international looked uncharacteristically shaky at the back, giving the ball away on numerous occasions and being caught out of position on the odd occasion too. Along with Seedorf, Nesta was perhaps one of Milan’s poorest performers. Daniele Bonera did not impress either, but this is almost always a given.

Lecce 1-1 Milan: Late Olivera Goal Denies Rossoneri Victory Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Forza Milan / 10:05 PM Jan 16, 2011: Nesta, pato and bonera were the worst players on the pitch. We need to sign a LB this window if we want a shot at the title. / 4 :0
Comment-Chandman Toronto / 10:07 PM Jan 16, 2011: Very fluke goal by Lecce, we dominated the possession… had several chances including that miraculous save at the end on Ibra’s volley by Rosati. Nesta will try to forget today as will Pato. Seedorf didn’t play badly today though. / 3 : 7

(JIWON: It was Nesta’s poor performance that first appeared while collecting the comments. Even the Korean comment section said so, but there was no detailed report about why. Is it due to his previous injury? Or is there another reason? I wanted to know, because Legend Seedorf was not blamed during Nesta’s poor performance. Furthermore, Bonera received a controversial reviews. WHY?)

Lecce 1-1 Milan: Late Olivera Goal Denies Rossoneri Victory Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-I get scared to watch Milan-Barca everytime Bonera and Seedorf touch the ball / 10:13 PM Jan 16, 2011: I feel sympathy for Seedorf, but enough is enough. Allegri, Seedorf, Bonera need to leave. Pardon me if you are their fan, even Gatusso and Nesta were pulling shirts to stop Lecce player, how humiliating. Every time BONERA touches the ball I get scared to watch Barca-Milan. / 12 : 3

Milan Defender Alessandro Nesta Laments Dropped Points Against Lecce Jan 17, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-delkhairio singapore / 2:28 AM Jan 18, 2011: blame seedorf / 5 : 0
Comment-Gary USA&Hungary / 3:22 AM Jan 18, 2011: Although the goal was Nesta’s fault (very rare!), the loss is on Allegri and his beloved Seedorf who gave away the ball so many times without creating any chances which should be his job. I hope Cassano is ready to replace him. Clarence, we love you, but please realize you’re holding us back!!! FORZA MILAN / 9 : 0

(JIWON: Perhaps… Time will tell. Then it was Pato’s poor performance, instead of Legend Seedorf, that was in hot water… And LEO’s Inter Ultras were starting a plot to create dissension.)

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Tbone says: @Luke. Are you freaking blind? The only people who played bad were pato seedorf. I remember pato only making 2/15 passes while seedorf was the same and it is by far not ambro, rino, or flamini’s fault that pato and seedorf couldn’t make a pass. The midfield could only manage to ever link with one player because the other 2 also in attack wouldn’t move and loose their marker. I didn’t see the real milan until lecce drew even and only then did Milan move and work like Milan should have the whole game. I do agree that seedorf should have come off before pato but pato should have came off too and not long after. But to me our midfield did their jobs we just lack 1 creative player and I think most would agree with me on that fact. So don’t start slamming Milan players who worked their asses off all 93 minutes. They aren’t the ones who deserve it.
Comment-Chandler says: I’m Seedorf’s worst critic, but Seedorf didn’t play badly today… on the other hand, Pato gave the ball away 14,000 times and Nesta (who I love) had a few defensive howlers including the goal. Shit happens! Hope next week we get some of our injured players back!
Comment-Danial says: I’ll start from back to front. … Amelia/Nesta/Bonera/Abate/Seedorf (…) To me, Pato was nowhere in this game, Ibra was the better striker tonight.
Comment-nick says: (…) Seedorf (…) And to add insult to injury Allegri sub Pato instead of Seedorf! Why? Cassano, Ibra, and Pato combined well against Udinese to devastating effect; (…)
Comment-Milanista says: Pato needs to improve, or else Binho is going to take his place permanently. When Pato was out, Binho played pretty well in that position.

Comment-Luke says: Where was Robinho? Was he injured? We could have really used his pace today..
Comment-zac says: where was robinho today? allegri is starting to get on my nerves
Comment-David says: @zac. Robinho stayed at the hotel cause of a flu. We could have used his speed and skills today..
Comment-zac says: @MilanoQ8. whoa, why get rid of robinho? he has been doing great so far, we really could have used him today

Comment-tremendousice says: Some were saying Pato had a slight fever also. Could explain why he was subbed out for Cassano. Robinho as we know had the flu, since him and Pato are good friends, well you get the idea.

(JIWON: Should this disastrous happening be called a comedy? Whatever… I now seem to know Pato’s reason. Weeks ago, there was one comical comment on “Mysterious Duck”. That Baby Pato looked like Little R9 in his Brazilian club. Then Kid Pato looked diligent at following Kaka. Then Adolescent Pato looked busy at imitating R80 on/off the pitch. One more interesting comment says that “The Current Duckling” should really forget his LEO days and stop wasting time wondering around at the wrong spot while on the pitch. Therefore… I now know why Berlusconi’s Duckling is LOST in “Mr. Allergy’s SLOWdorf’s Milan”.

If Legend Seedorf doesn’t give up his EGO, [Galliani+Allergy] will have to sell [Pato & ALL the aging/young players, who couldn’t prove their best since joining SLOWdorf’s Milan] at the LOWEST price. And then [Pato The Duck] will soon join LEO’s Inter at still-the-LOWEST price and will naturally grow into [Pato The Swan]. If this happens… we’ll see. Milan To Offer Alexandre Pato For Manchester City Striker Mario Balotelli (Jan 5, 2011) What does it mean? Is it from LEO’s brain, too? Is this why Inter was happy to give up Italian Troublemaker Cassano? Wasn’t it enough for Milan to experience the cases of Gourcuff, Hunterlaar, Boriello, etc?)

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

AC Milan to offer fallen star Pato to Chelsea, Man City Jan 19, 2011 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Berlusconi’s Mediaset says Pato could be on the move to England in 2011. Pato’s form has nose-dived in the last year and he clashed with teammate Rino Gattuso on the weekend. Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti, who worked with Pato at Milan, is watching developments closely and will not need encouragement to move for the striker in June. … Chelsea were told in June, 2009, it would take £45 million to sign the Brazilian. But since then, his asking price has plummeted. (…)

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Milanista says: Pato needs to improve, or else Binho is going to take his place permanently. When Pato was out, Binho played pretty well in that position.
Comment-Luke says: (…) LEO was better than Allegri. … Ambrosini and Gattuso really makes me nervous with their tackles – I always think they will put our team down with getting red cards. And also, why is Gattuso yelling at Pato??? Our strikers didn’t do much because morons like Gattuso play in midfield and provide no service. I am sorry to say this, but I don’t believe Milan will win Scudetto this season. Fuck!!!

(JIWON: Please look. Pato’s sensitive brain is the first to smell what’s going on around him. All Italian professionals are mentioning Balotelli everyday, including Mr. Allergy, whose only concern is to protect Legend Seedorf’s dying professionalism. He knows anti-Brazilian atmosphere prevailing among the Rossoneri, especially since LEO’s betrayal, and doesn’t know why Italian Legend Bulldog is yelling at his Brazilian performance. 😉 First of all, he is still not sure of his own maturity, his own performance and his own professionalism. 😦 If you were in his shoes, could you concentrate on anything-Duck or anything-Milan?

Then again… Italian Gattuso is mentioned as aging tackle, which might end up with red card. Sorry… but really sorry… I am laughing out… Hello Mr. Bulldog… Monica forgot to check his NUDE!!! (…btw… when I found Legend Gattuso’s photo, I was shocked by his lung-size. I mean… a broad chest… now… I’m shocked again to watch this “gone with the wind”… and he is still in the early 30s… Korean actors nowadays look more muscular, more manly in this age or even in the 40s… and Japanese/Asian female fans are losing their mind…) But then, I have to stop laughing. No player is bigger than Milan. If Italian Bulldog keeps showing this sad symptom, he will have to…

But then… this guy knows WHY PATO IS LOST… “Milanista’s” comment reminds me of Korean comment section’s advice that he should forget LEO’s days… a perfect analysis. But then… this typical Italian instinct doesn’t know how to explain or speak out… or how to pass football-information from his HEART to his MOUTH via his BRAIN. I am laughing again. A typical problem of being born an Italian Hot Guy. 🙂 This comical happening reminds me of…)

Please check
🙂 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)
CL-04 Milan 2-2 Real Madrid: Just As MOUdrid Fear And Grandpa-Fergie Quips, “Evergreen-Super-Pippo” Was Born Offside And Overcomes Mueller & Van-Basten & Shevchenko’s Record! Abate Touches “Oscar-Winner-CR7” In Revenge For Gattuso! Allegri Does Have A Gameplan, But Long Balls Can’t Be Team’s Only Option. AC-Milan Still Lacks A Perfect Balance Between “Old & Young”. Duckling Thinks Too Much!!!
Milan 2 – 2 Real Madrid Nov 4, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-tremendousice says: did Anyone notice Gattuso when he was subbed out. He kept giving orders to the players from the sideline. He should go and take some coaching classes and be our next Ancelotti. Gattuso has what it takes to be a good coach.

(JIWON: As I wrote in this part, this is what made Korean fans fun to watch. But this time, the same Bulldog is insulted by LEO’s Inter Ultras. Isn’t it interesting? Who is really caring for [Pato The Duckling]? What will eventually help Pato to return to Duck and grow into [The Giant Swan]?

Something more interesting is that a rossonero, called “tremendousice”, who picked up Bulldog’s hidden talent, also reported that Pato’s heartfelt friendship with Binho’s flu might have caused Pato’s troublesome performance. I’ve just realized it. Isn’t it interesting? This is a real rossonero. I say. Since this coincidence was a real surprise, I wanted to check if I collected more of his comments. Yes, he was the one, who pointed out that Ibra should forget his Barca performance and he exhausted to the core. He also pointed out that Binho should be treated more warmly, or he might become another case of Hunterlaar. He missed Storari, too. (…please check R7-9 & R10-12…)

As for Italian Bulldog, who is yelling at poor Duckling…
Perhaps, it is better for Legend Gattuso to remain as he is. I am the casual fan and it would be a real fun to travel to his Italian FISH-shop and watch Calabrian Bulldog yelling at all the kids playing football in this beautiful Italian town. Whatever it is, it’s his choice. 🙂 )

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Michael says: Abate was man of match finally people see how important he is. Flamini was also good and bonera had a solid game. I hate how Allegri’s uses his subs, he uses them in the last minute or not at all. They need to be better at set pieces and corners both defending and especially attacking. I haven’t seen them score a freekick/corner in forever. But they really need pirlo back also, Where was Robinho?

(JIWON: This is interesting comment. Basically, this was Korean comment section’s claim when they wanted to raise Pato’s price as Milan’s Icon. That Pato’s value would be above Rooney’s if Milan trains him to do all the PK. It was before Ibra & Binho’s arrival, though. This is also why I seriously recommended SLOWdorf’s Milan to prepare set-pieces while reporting MOUdrid’s CR7 training advanced freekicks. Just in case…)

♥OUTCOME – 6♥ VICTIMS… others…

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Jack says: We really really need a replacement for Seedorf. I am so tired of his performances. Although yesterday our whole midfield played crap. We need Pirlo, Boateng, Robinho, Zambrotta all back as soon as possible.
Comment-Luke says: OhMan, this was a horror show by Milan and mostly by Allegri. This fucken coach has no clue what he is doing. Our midfield was non existing – Ambrosini, Seedorf, Gattuso and flamini need to go immediately. Next should be Bonera. I think we would be better off playing with 10 players than having 11 including slowdorf. But then again, this all starts with the coach who puts the team on the field. We will be sorry we let Leonardo go – as much as I hate him for joining Inter, he was better than Allegri. Why not play the youngsters who want to play and work hard. Out aged midfield is walking around and complaing to the refs all game. Ambrosini and Gattuso really makes me nervous with their tackles – I always think they will put our team down with getting red cards. And also, why is Gattuso yelling at Pato??? Our strikers didn’t do much because morons like Gattuso play in midfield and provide no service. I am sorry to say this, but I don’t believe Milan will win Scudetto this season. Fuck!!!
Comment-yareen says: alegri is an idiot, she should of had ronnie in for were seedorf played, or actually play ronnie so he didnt want to leave, then have pato and ibra up front, and fucking gatusso that guy is like a monkey after a banana all he does is run to the ball like an idiot and flamini probably is the second worst on the team, i mean start strasser or yepes, players who should you can can help your team, not get you yellow cards (gatusso).
Comment-Danial says: I’ll start from back to front. Great reflex save from Amelia. Nesta’s positioning was great as usual (maybe could’ve done better with the corner) but his touches were poor at times and put us in a lot of danger. Bonera was surprisingly okay. Abate was man of the match, hands down. He was like a mustang running up and down that right side. Improved dramatically defending-wise. Just practice with those crosses more and I think we’d have a very high quality Right Back. I think the whole midfield made really sloppy passes. I think Seedorf was decent, but just slow with his decisions and movement. To me, Pato was nowhere in this game, Ibra was the better striker tonight. They really need to click soon though. I just hope Cassano gets fit real quick and start our games behind the strikers. But I have to admit, Lecce did well to keep as at bay, good job by them.

(JIWON: Therefore…)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Dropping Points Against Lecce Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Shaahin London / 11:29 PM Jan 16, 2011: If Milan didn’t win, it’s because of your defensive mentality. There is no team in the world that plays with three defensive midfielders. / 30 : 4

AC Milan’s Title Challenge Stutters Again Despite Ibrahimovic’s Brilliance Jan 17, 2011 / By BleacherReport, Frank Tigani (= AC-Milan-Blog = PirloFan = MilanFan since Berlusconi’s1993)
(…) Perhaps in response to conceding four goals last week against Udinese, Allegri set out a defensive looking side with a midfield comprised of Massimo Ambrosini, Gennaro Gattuso and Mathieu Flamini. With a midfield full of ball winners, Milan were able to dominate possession, but consequently failed to create chances. In front of the midfield three Clarence Seedorf was responsible for being the creative link between the midfield and attack. Yet, not surprisingly, the Dutchman was extremely poor. … Much blame must be laid upon Max Allegri. In addition to his decision to field Clarence Seedorf from the start, his delay to introduce Antonio Cassano (…)

♥OUTCOME – 7♥LEGEND SEEDORF

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Tita says: If not for other reasons, this game was a good one to show Allegri, that Seedrf shouldn’t have a place in the first squad. Slow movements and sometimes losing the ball due to slower reaction could be forgiven for a true fantasista, giving wonderful passes. It could be also forgiven for someone above 40. Maldini however even in his last year was faster than Seedorf. To the top of that, Seedorf didn’t have a singe good pass during this match. I won’t join the group of people who say that Seedorf should disappear from the main squad. I appreciate what he has done sofar for Milan. He should be used… only when we have a great wawe of injuries on the midfield. Maybe not even than. Allegri should realize that. Despite being disappointed because of this draw, I think we can be grateful at the same time. Imagine this formation against someone in the CH.L. instead of Lecce… It is time to wake up, this was a good sign for changing the tactics and start to play a game with which we can win the Serie A…

Allegri gives Seedorf another chance Jan 15, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Boban 10 says: ATTENTION Rossoneris from Milano!!! Why does Seedorf always start regardless from who is in charge? It´s a question i´ve had since the time of Ancelotti! /Rossonero from Sweden
Comment-tcl_00 says: In my 20 years of support for Rossoneri, I have never seen anyone given so many chances. Surely, he helped us a lot in 2003 Triumph and 2007 but every good thing has to come to an end. Its time to say good bye with dignity, please spare us Seedorf, your kids can shine for us again. Robinho is working so hard and he should get a chance behind the two strikers. Did you see how Seedorf gave the ball away against Udinese which allowed Di Natale to score ? .. Please Allegri fire him!!!

(JIWON: I finally found out what I wanted to find since my writing on SLOWdorf. Please look. 40-yr-old Maldini never looked like, and never behaved like 34-yr-old SLOWdorf. I figured out how Milan players wanted to play like [SLOWdorf+Bonera+R80] and wanted to be treated like Kaka and claimed to retire like Maldini. Clearly, Maldini was never the same example of current ageing players in Milan. Is it true that Legend Seedorf has recently earned his new nickname, “661m,” after he ran 661m during the whole game? )

Allegri gives Seedorf another chance Jan 15, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-RobStyles says: I agree with Simon, against a team like Lecce a player like Seedorf cannot hurt us all that much, especially with Nesta, Ambro and Flamini back in the lineup.
Comment-100%MILAN!!! says: @rob and simon. its not like hes going to hurt our game…. but hes definitely going to slow it down… just hope he doesnt make a lot of mistakes… but the fact is that against teams like lecce allegri could give some more time to our young players like strasser and merkel!!! at least they are faster and hungry for a success…

(JIWON: The fundamental problem here has been that Merkel is too young to play and Seedorf is too old to play. Therefore, against a team like Lecce, both want to prove their willingness and young Merkel can never win the chance over old Legend Seedorf. And then, against a team like Inter/Juve/Roma, Milan always lose because of Legend Seedorf and any Rookies are too young to play anyway. SIC!)

Allegri gives Seedorf another chance Jan 15, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Simon.Cereda says: Whilst at first many will think this scandalous, and I agree, there is more than meets the eye. Allegri is doing what he did with dinho, he is allowing seedorf to ruin himself. He will screw up again and then there will be all the proof allegri needs to his seniors to get rid of the “Dying Dutchman” once and for all.
Comment-Gbese says: guys, I agree with simon. This is a win win situation. Allegri is trying to experiment s’thing here. If seedorf fails to impress after being gvn a 2nd chance then he wud nt only convince everyone dat he’s finished bt to seedorf himself, so he cnt complain wen he benchs him in other games. Bt if he succeeds he wud still use him sparingly as backup only in the trequartista role till cassano is fully fit or robinho starts really killing his goal scoring chances! Besides this gamble is safer since its lecce cos cassano can come in d final min to create sum magic wen we are in trouble. U shd think God it wasnt bonera
Comment-Hefin Davies says: @David – nice comment, completely agree. BTW, this may well be Seedorf’s last chance, so you may as well support him because if he does well then great, but if he doesn’t then he’ll be dropped and may not get another chance then, so you should be happy either way.

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Alessadro says: I think we cannot blame Allegri for it too much! As he said before it’s seedorf’s last chance to make it and from now on i believe he wont let him play again… Also the game was not too bad we had the most of the posession… Just someone creative was missing in the midfield Ambro couldnt do it this time unfortunately but next game i believe will see robinho starting agian for seedorf… nevertheless, there is one good point that we still lead the serie a with 4 points!
Comment-acm says: about slowdorf…. maybe he (allegri) wants to show berlu and galli about our midfields condition especially NUMBER 10… So BerLiani really need to get fresh legs now… immediately… lazzari… ganso… lass…or dos santos maybe…

(JIWON: However, this was the most disgusting situation I’ve have experienced. So… Has Legend Seedorf’s complaint been THAT LOUD? Therefore, was it impossible for Coach Allegri to play him even as super-sub? But then… if the last comment tells the most truth… isn’t it the most disgusting way to treat Legend Seedorf, who has contributed so much to Milan? This is why I had to think and think… before starting this dirty job.)

(… No need to post numerous comments reporting, “Seedorf didn’t play badly today”. There are those comments, which blame the entire members’ flopping in order to protect Seedorf’s hard working… brain… or “sub-par-quantity”…)

Allegri gives Seedorf another chance Jan 15, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-David says: Listen here: If you are a true AC Milan fan, you would never wish to hurt a player. Yes, i understand your frustrations, but Seedorf isn’t just another random, old Milan player. He is a legend. So you have to show respect for his qualities.. I don’t think that Seedorf is gonna play in Milan next year, so at least, try to show Seedorf the respect he deserves in the last year of the club. I agree on the fact that he doesn’t deserve to be in the start 11, but what if he goes out there and performs fantastic. I mean, we’ve seen that before. FORZA MILAN!
Comment-Master says: I agree with David. As a Milan fans i respect Seedorf for his long dedication and i will give him ONE-LAST-CHANCE this time to close his career with a bang. If he can’t do that than we’re DOOM. Don’t expect any trophy this year if Allegri always start him for every match!

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Master says: Wow, slowdorf… it’s time man. It’s time for RETIRE!!!! and Allegri, WHAT-THE-F-ARE-U-DOING?! why u changed Pato?! F-IDIOT!!!
Comment-AOdac says: Somebody told me that “seedorf playing for milan is like lecce playing with extra defensive mf…”
Comment-nick says: This result … the more it will affect the team morale. (…) Seedorf was absolutely useless in the first half; (…)
Comment-RizzoSports says: People are starting to really – Allegri doesn’t sub, and Milan again looked slow and ragged in the last 20 mins. Why doesn’t he sub, Milan have more then capable players on the bench. I also hope this tie now forces Milan to got get a fullback.

Lecce 1-1 Milan: Late Olivera Goal Denies Rossoneri Victory Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-shiao a / 10:13 PM Jan 16, 2011: Seedorf just didn’t do his job again! where is Robinho? Even Strasser can do a better attack! We just cant expect a goal from Seedorf! / 14 : 0
Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 10:10 PM Jan 16, 2011: Bonera wasn’t awful today and he didnt make mistakes. The problem was Seedorf. Seedorf doesn’t function as the creative spark that is required in his position. His job is to bring the ball forward and attack and he just can’t do that like he could in the past. We miss a true attacking creative spark that we lost with Kaka. I truely hope we change to the diamond formation that Carlo played when Pirlo gets back. Pato, Ibra up front with Cassano behind. Two defensive midfielders wide and Pirlo deep / 11 : 1
Comment-beirut lebanon / 10:16 PM Jan 16, 2011: i swear seedorf is like a UN Observer.. i mean he doesn’t defend, he doesn’t attack, he only watch n clap for fellow players, how can u play him instead of cassano when u have 3 defensive midfielders behind him :S and to bonera what is he doing on the left flank, for god sake stop playing him, he’s a waste of players in the field. To note there was no fighting spirit, they better wake up before its too late / 27 : 0

Lecce 1 – 1 Milan Jan 17, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-zac says: @David i thought the same thing eveytime seedorf got the ball. instead of taking on defenders and going forward like binho does, seedorf cut back and passed to the defenders and slowed play down. numerous times this happened even when there was a significant amount of space in front of him, very frustrating, no forward progress. and also off the ball, not much movement from seedorf. we really missed pirlo’s passing and binho’s speed today, can’t wait for them to return and cassano to reach full fitness. boateng returning wouldn’t hurt either
Comment-budi says: our infertility to make chances and convert them did us the damage in the game. Again we need to see the bright side, truly we need cover for centre back. Overall. i see Allegri has done what every coach does, lined up the best players accordingly, with the exception of Seedorf who again, add the static state of the midfield (sector which supposedly become the engine). We had to admit that we do not have enough depth to travel the rest of season (in all competition). Let see in the coming weeks what is the outcome of winter transfer. And the coach ability to find the suitable line up for every opponent. He should make the decision based on their old prime history. The present is what it counts!

(JIWON: Still, I don’t know why I have to do this work. Let’s assume that Legend Seedorf finally accepts his role as Super-Sub. Should this role mean Quality? It has not been a trademark of SLOWdorf. I have to doubt. I have to worry.)

♥AS FOR DINHO’S SOMBER FAREWELL 😦 DISGUSTING ISSUE ON MONEY 😉 ♥

(… this part was finished in “PROFESSOR-11: Ronaldinho’s Delighted To Return To Brazil. No Player Is Bigger Than AC-Milan.” Pleae check the section above…)

♥AS FOR TRAITOR LEO♥ – “I do not know if Milan is living in fear now.”

Bologna Coach Alberto Malesani: Dejan Stankovic’s (opening) Goal For Inter Was Offside Jan 15, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-tall jack Milano / 10:46 AM Jan 16, 2011: A lot of scared interisti afraid to go down. It was a huge offside, shame on you. Inter has one good player and it scares you / 0 : 16
Comment-@Dzole Medan / 2:07 AM Jan 16, 2011: Matter of millimeters? Milito was at least 2-3 meters offside! you are either blind or just too coward to admit that. Loser / 7 : 26
Comment-Khaled ali Alexandrie / 9:49 AM Jan 16, 2011: If that goal wasn’t given… they may have had a bigger chance for saving the game and inter couldn’t have scored another three goals… just stop saying still 3-1… could have been 4 example 1-1 if this goal was disallowed / 3 : 20

Inter Coach Leonardo: We Deserved To Win Against Bologna Jan 15, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-bbilanisti mind your team! serie b, twice! / 7:48 AM Jan 16, 2011: i really would like Leo succeed! he is an honest and smart guy and as he is not a yes man was kicked off from the nano’s president team.. he is doing a good work also if the way to the win the tituli is long.. bbilan zero tituli for now! / 35 : 1
Comment-Nelson Nairobi / 6:38 AM Jan 16, 2011: With leornado i see another mourinho, i most definitely see inter winning the scuddeto again. / 38 : 3

Comment-truerossonero Medan / 2:09 AM Jan 16, 2011: “I do not know if Milan is living in fear now”. Bring it on, traitor! Now we know the real motive behind you taking inter’s job. I still respected you last week, but now is a whole different story / 6 : 18
Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 11:54 PM Jan 15, 2011: Keep talking trash Leo, we will write down every word, every betrayal, every snide remark, and bury you with them next time we play you. / 0 : 11
Comment-Sammi London / 12:55 AM Jan 16, 2011: He has started well but he has yet to be really tested. 3 of the 4 games he has won are against teams Inter really should be winning. I am surprised though at how quickly he has written AC Milan out of his system. Like a poster said, I think he see’s his new job as revenge to AC Milan. A bit sad that. For example, Jose had major problems with the Chelsea owner and was cruelly removed, but he sill has a huge amount of respect for the club. Leonardo on the other hand seems a bit full of hate. / 0 : 18

Comment-Abbas Lebanon / 1:55 AM Jan 16, 2011: Benitez is a good coach but Inter players didn’t like him. Nowadays after changing some rules, it is easy to get rid of a coach. Moratti’s choice was Benitez but it wasn’t. The players choice. Leonardo is a smart coach who was unlucky at the spell of Milan but with intermilan add to it better individual players he will do a decent job. Don’t blame Benitez. Blame moratti for his hasty decisions. / 2 : 8

Franz Beckenbauer & The Top 10 Insults Of Jose Mourinho – He’s A Cold Killer, Enemy Of Football And Many More Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal
Leonardo Is The Future Of Inter – CEO Ernesto Paolillo Jan 17, 2011 / By Goal
Rafael Benitez Broke Inter, But Leonardo Is Fixing Us – Javier Zanetti Jan 17, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Weirdly, Korean comment section start to appreciate Benitez’ tactics and blame his inability to have a good hold on Inter-players. Similar comments are found here. Interesting. Hasn’t everybody defined Benitez’ poor tactics as the main reason of his bad-luck? Weird. Now, I have a feeling that LEO has become players’ pet, just as he was in SLOWdorf’s Milan… in order to rule the team. Hum… How long will it take this Football Intellectual to capture Inter in order to prove his Football Philosophy? Still then, Owner Moratti would say nothing unless he loses like Benitez.)

♥AS FOR AMERICAN OGUCHI ONYEWU♥

Netherlands Official: Twente Sign Milan Defender Oguchi Onyewu On Loan Jan 11, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Korean fans wish this American a real good luck. They say… they’ve followed his Milan adventure, because they were impressed by American huge support when he joined Milan, and they felt that he was like their Korean player, who joined European top club. They say… if Serie-A is not good for his techniques, Netherlands or Bundesliga might be better for his physique. They hope their darling Huge-Teddy-Bear never to experience this horrible injury again and achieve what he deserves wherever he goes… 🙂 )

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SA-19 Milan 4-4 Udinese: A Horror Movie Or “Legend Seedorf & Bonera’s Perfect Ensemble” To Ruin AC-Milan. “Awful Defense vs. Perfect Attack.” “Ibra+Pato+Cassano” Assist Each Other. Madness Was The Last 10’.

Jan 9, 2011 2:00 PM GMT Serie A-19 Milan 4-4 Udinese
♥PREPARATION♥

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Urges Caution Against Udinese Jan 8, 2011 / By Goal
Udinese Star Antonio Di Natale: We Will Play To Win In Milan Jan 7, 2011 / By Goal

Barcelona’s Greatest Moment Was Selling Disaster Zlatan Ibrahimovic To Milan – Sandro Rosell Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Admits He Wants To Close Career Out In United States Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
Former Milan Coach Arrigo Sacchi: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is The Best Player In The World Right Now Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal

(Updated on JANUARY 17, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Milan 4-4 Udinese: Heartstopping Goal Fest Ends In A Draw Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Antonio Di Natale (Udinese)
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Antonio Cassano
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Clarence Seedorf
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Daniele Bonera

Milan 4 – 4 Udinese Jan 9, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Best Moment: Ibra saving a point
Worst Moment: Denis’ goal to make it 3-4 for Udinese
Man of the Match: I’m going to give it to Cassano just for his instant impact.

(JIWON: I’m just tired of writing the same thing again and again… that Milan need a LB, CB, & a creative midfielder…)

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

Milan 4-4 Udinese: Heartstopping Goal Fest Ends In A Draw Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Antonio Di Natale (Udinese)

Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin Disappointed To Be Leaving Milan With Only A Point Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-bassie usa / 7:10 PM Jan 9, 2011: This was a great match. Milan’s all out attack verse Udinese’s counter attack. Both defenses were terrible especially Udinese’s. I can understand Milan’s problems with injuries and being behind basically the whole game meaning they had to take chances. But Udinese was set up to counter the whole game with 8 or 9 behind the ball at all times. Cassano and Di natali were great, bonera and seedorf need to retire. / 0 : 0

Milan 4 – 4 Udinese Jan 9, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Red and Black Blood says: Guys, i now we’re very disappointed with the result.. but we have to admit that udinese plays well as well. they manage to find milan’s weaknesses, which is left part of our defence, and BONERA as a very slow player. Udinese knows that there’s no way they can get past T.SILVA, and manage to pull T.SIVA out from the penalty box and leave BONERA alone. The way i see it, its ANTONINI fault that he cant cover the left area so that T.SILVA has too back him up and leave the box.. Then, its only “a bonera” to beat.. Very good strategy by UDINESE..

(JIWON: Too tired to find more… especially on whether Ibra’s foul or not… Korean comment section was not allowed to analyze this game, and there was no mention in other chatting rooms…)

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – awful defense vs. perfect attack

Milan 4-4 Udinese: Heartstopping Goal Fest Ends In A Draw Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-e.d ldn / 4:06 PM Jan 9, 2011: what a game…draw probably the fairest result. Was madness the last 10 mins… / 28 : 2
Comment-W.G. China / 4:54 PM Jan 9, 2011: awful defense from milan, perfect attack from milan / 11 : 0
Comment-Liam Ireland / 4:15 PM Jan 9, 2011: No nesta-no defending it seems! We really miss Pirlo too! Terrible result. / 7 : 1

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Believes Draw With Udinese Is A Fair Result Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Hitman Zlatan Ibrahimovic Satisfied Despite Draw Against Udinese Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic didn’t know whether to laugh or cry following Milan’s late 4-4 draw against Udinese. “I don’t know if this is a point earned or two dropped. We conceded four goals at home and this is never a good thing. Nevertheless with 13 minutes left to play they were winning 3-1 and therefore we have to be satisfied with a point. We are still top of the standings and managed to stretch our lead to six points this afternoon. Now we must continue to work and look to avoid such risks in the coming games,” he declared to SkySport.

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – a horror movie … what if even without Silva’s mad skill?

Milan 4 – 4 Udinese Jan 9, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-JGLMilan says: Milan vs. Udinese = PURE DRAMA. It was a shocking game, as I saw Milan fall under Udinese’s pace and style… slowly receiving goal after goal. Luckily, we managed to catch up…and I say “Luckily”, because it was mere luck that we didn’t get more than 4 goals. The defense was just awful. (…)
Comment-Michael says: milan would never of gotten a point if it wasn’t for T.Silva, monster at the back defended everything well, never got beaten (i espcially remember when he had 2 guys on him but got pass with mad skill). milan were screwed at 1-3 but T.Silva went on a run, ignoring a lot of players (because they weren’t doing it)does it himself, puts in a cross that got deflected into the goal. this is what inspired milan to push on to try and win the game, a lot of these comments don’t mention how monsterous T.Silva was in this game and we should thanks T.Silva for this point. BEST DEFENDER IN THE WORLD

Milan 4-4 Udinese: Heartstopping Goal Fest Ends In A Draw Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
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Milan 4 – 4 Udinese Jan 9, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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1. Allergy’s awful sub… AGAIN. Defense was rubbish… totally useless. What would have happened if Silva was not there? Scary…
2. Legend Seedorf AGAIN. Bonera is to blame for THREE goals. Who will follow “Seedorf+Bonera”? Antonini or Amelia?

(JIWON: According to Korean comment section…)
1. Once again, what the hell is happening to Amelia?
2. Don’t blame Abate. It was because of [Seedorf+Bonera] creating perfect timing work.

(JIWON: Until recently, I thought that Uncle Fester tried to sell Bonera at the highest price and find a better club for him, so I tried not to directly mention his disastrous performance. Then, I found out that this guy suffered a crucial injury during his high time, so I was willing to wait for his return some more time. Now, I care nothing after finishing PROFESSOR-09: Who Is Milan’s Coach In Dressing Room, During The Training Session, And On The Pitch? “Mr. Allergy” Needs To Choose Between Legend Seedorf’s Ego Or Scudetto. I wish everybody a good luck.)

♥OUTCOME – 5♥LEGEND SEEDORF

Milan 4-4 Udinese: Heartstopping Goal Fest Ends In A Draw Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-hass france / 9:02 PM Jan 9, 2011: one thing is clear, seedorf won’t be able to play like maldini until 40 / 11 : 1
Comment-jesper Brandt denmark / 10:26 PM Jan 9, 2011: I agree that seedorf is not good enough to be a starter anymore, but today was a special situation, meaning that all other midfielders was out with injury or bans. But Bonera on the other hand, get him the hell out of Milano I’m tired of seeing his sorry ass making performances reminding me of the time we had Favalli. / 27 : 0
Comment-Alien Mars / 3:30 PM Jan 9, 2011: good job Allegri. Bonera still plays in the starting line up and it takes u 70+ mins to introduce Cassano even though our attackers look lost. You sure are the coach Milan was looking for! / 36 : 11
Comment-Andre Jakarta / 4:05 PM Jan 9, 2011: Actually, its cassano who make the difference…. Sedorf ur Legend, and ur finish, please, let cassano play in ur position.. / 24 : 0

Comment-Frind World / 4:42 PM Jan 9, 2011: I don’t think Seedoff was the worst out there… In the first half he did a lot of good things! / 20 : 42
Comment-guy better / 4:05 PM Jan 9, 2011: Bonera was horrible! He gave up 3 goals! And although Seedorf had bad moments, he tracked back and saved a couple of goals. I think fans are just venting their frustration. we need a CB and and LFB / 27 : 2
Comment-Aji Toronto / 4:04 PM Jan 9, 2011: An unbelievably exciting game for the neutrals but a heartbreak for Milanista. Pato two goals, Cassano two assists, Di Natale two goals, Bonera at fault twice, Antonini Keeping Di Natale on side. Seedorf had a good game unlike two days ago until he gave the ball up in midfield. Only if Thiago was one on one with Di Natale and with Denis for the fourth instead of Bonera atleast he would have prevented one of the goals. Results elsewhere seem to have favoured us at least till the night match. / 15 : 0
Comment-Milanista121 USA / 4:15 PM Jan 9, 2011: Stop complaining you guys, honestly, Seedorf wasn’t that bad, he collected all balls in the defence in the first half and his ONE error was very costly, yes, but he’s just as Dinho, he’s slow yes, that happens when your old, but his passes are sublime on top of his day, he’s just out of form. And Allegri is slowly getting Cassano back, he needs match fitness, he hasnt played for two months until now, he can’t play 90 minutes right away, stop your complaining it was a phenomenal game! Forza Milan! / 3 : 10

(JIWON: It was while I started writing this dirty stuff, PROFESSOR-09: Who Is Milan’s Coach In Dressing Room, During The Training Session, And On The Pitch? “Mr. Allergy” Needs To Choose Between Legend Seedorf’s Ego Or Scudetto. What if the second part was manipulated? Now… I can’t help suspecting. Time will tell. …)

♥OUTCOME – 6♥ – victims

Milan 4-4 Udinese: Heartstopping Goal Fest Ends In A Draw Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Chandman Toronto / 6:23 PM Jan 9, 2011: Antonini doesn’t deserve a 5.5 as the 2nd and 4th goals were partly his fault, for allowing the cross/pass to arrive in the first place… he’s ok offensively, but it’s obvious Luca has a lot of work to do defensively! / 20 : 0
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 4:23 PM Jan 9, 2011: Don’t attack Abate. He was sound defensively trying to cover for the mistakes Bonera did. We need to start Yepes or Sokratis over Bonera… give them a shot. Yepes would be smarter positionally. Sokratis… well, deserves more of a chance than Bonera. Quit your complaining! / 73 : 0

Milan 4 – 4 Udinese Jan 9, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Milanista says: Yepes is still with us right? He is a million times better than Bonera. Yepes would be a starter if it wasn’t for Nesta, so why wasn’t he played?
Comment-Red and Black Blood says: Guys, i now we’re very disappointed with the result.. but we have to admit that udinese plays well as well. they manage to find milan’s weaknesses, which is left part of our defence, and BONERA as a very slow player. Udinese knows that there’s no way they can get past T.SILVA, and manage to pull T.SIVA out from the penalty box and leave BONERA alone. The way i see it, its ANTONINI fault that he cant cover the left area so that T.SILVA has too back him up and leave the box.. Then, its only “a bonera” to beat.. Very good strategy by UDINESE.. (I was wondering, where is YEPES. He plays better and stronger than bonera) For AMELIA, I admit that he has not played well last night. I believe if it was abbiati, the 1st n 2nd udinese goal shouldn’t happened.. But i understand AMELIA’s condition. Lack of match practice really effects your performance and your goallie feelings.. I myself plays as a Goal Keeper.. So i really understand this.. AMELIA should play more, coz the way i see it, he still is one the best Goallie in italy.. As for SEEDORF, this player should end his carrier in milan now, or at least send him to the bench. his been very inconsistent this season. He’s slow, lazy, weak, hold the ball too much, and at the end he passes the ball to the opponent. This is really STUPID.. I just don’t understand why he still get to play as a starter really often. He is better as a substitute now.. Why not putting MERKEL in the midfield or CASSANO instead?? Well, i really hope Max ALEGRI realize that there’s should be no more room given to players like Bonera and Seedorf in the Starting Eleven, that includes for Antonini.. Cheers from me.. FORZA MILAN!!!

♥AS FOR DINHO’S SOMBER FAREWELL 😦 DISGUSTING ISSUE ON MONEY 😉 ♥

(… this part was finished in “PROFESSOR-11: Ronaldinho’s Delighted To Return To Brazil. No Player Is Bigger Than AC-Milan.” Pleae check the section above…)

♥AS FOR TRAITOR LEO♥ – Mourinho’s assistant

Real Madrid President Florentino Perez Tells Jose Mourinho He Cannot Sign A Striker In January Jan 8, 2011 / By Goal
Gonzalo Higuain Thanks Real Madrid For Support But Forgets To Mention Jose Mourinho Jan 8, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Coach Leonardo: Real Madrid Boss Jose Mourinho Is Helping Me Jan 8, 2011 / By Goal
Catania 1-2 Inter: Esteban Cambiasso Brace Completes Comeback For Leonardo’s Second Successive Victory Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Coach Leonardo Proud Of Inter’s Heart Jan 9, 2011 / By Goal
Jose Mourinho Wins FIFA Coach Of The Year Award Jan 10, 2011 / By Goal

Inter Coach Leonardo: Real Madrid Boss Jose Mourinho Is Helping Me Jan 8, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-someone maldives / 2:32 PM Jan 8, 2011: so mourinho is managing inter and leaornado as his assistant?? / 19 : 6
Comment-Umenjoh Alain Cameroon Bda / 7:05 PM Jan 8, 2011: Leonardo has stood so so low by asking advice from former Inter boss Jose, that makes him no coach of world standards and implies he lacks confidence in himself as well as the club. Just wanted to know if he is also going to ask advice from Jose should Inter face Madrid in the champions league???? / 2 : 34
Comment-Yak Okl / 3:52 PM Jan 8, 2011: (…) All milan fans made it clear that they were on your side in your clashes against Berlusconi then u walk right out and cross over to the other side of milan and think ur hurting just Berlusconi? No Leo, you hurt us all, all your previous fans (including me). Merely the sight of you made me smile now it’s all disgust – Judas! / 4 : 47

Comment-a a / 8:37 PM Jan 8, 2011: at umenjoh alain cameroon bda: are you kidding me? if anything, leo shows that he is a great coach by seeking advice from someone who has already been with the team. that is SMART. He does not lack confidence in himself, cause last year he took a team on his shoulders and finished third by sticking with his decisions that BERLUSCONI did not like. there it is, he asks advice and then implements it into his own if needed, he doesnt ask mou how to coach. leo is not influenced by anyone. Forza leo!! / 57 : 0
Comment-Omarious USA / 8:35 PM Jan 8, 2011: There is nothing wrong with Leonardo asking Mou for help. Mourinho was not born into this world as an exceptional coach, he made his way through. Leonardo will soon be the coach of the year and I see him coaching brazil in 2014. / 50 : 3
Comment-viking holland / 4:19 PM Jan 8, 2011: and people would believe this? / 2 : 22
Comment-lc kd / 7:53 PM Jan 8, 2011: Leonardo is very smart. By talking to Mou and getting him on his side, he automatically gets the respect and support from all the Inter players. Very clever move… / 3 : 0

(JIWON: What did this Football Intellectual claim when Leonardo: ‘Berlusconi and I are incompatible’ (Apr 30, 2010)? A matter of style? Funny is that I can never find LEO’s football philosophy, “beautiful” or “attractive attacking”, from this Mourinho’s fan-sites. Instead, they just talk about “Winning” or “Top”. Am I cruel?

Therefore, the reason why LEO dared to clash against Berlusconi and transformed Italian Milan into Brazilian R80’s One-Man-Show was to fulfill his dream to become a Brazilian Coach. Anyway, I wish LEO a good luck and kill ALL HIS EGOS during his Inter job so that he could follow Brazilian Consensus and dare NOT to clash with Brazilian President during his (future) Brazilian job. It is already clear that in these days, One-Man-Show like LEO’s R80’s Milan doesn’t work during the World Cup, especially while facing South American teams, which are getting defensive and aggressive. 😉 )

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SA-18 Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Without “Ibra+Pirlo+Nesta”, It’s Boring To Watch, Except Hard-Working Rookies. Strasser’s First Goal Or Cassano’s Crucial Debut. Legend Seedorf Plays 90 Minutes. Who Are “Mr. Allergy’s” Victims?

Jan 6, 2011 2:00 PM GMT Serie A-18 Cagliari 0-1 Milan
♥PREPARATION♥

Milan Are Feeling Napoli Threat – Ariedo Braida Dec 21, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Will Win The Scudetto – Chelsea Coach Carlo Ancelotti Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal

Manchester City Boss Roberto Mancini Feels For Sacked Inter Coach Rafa Benitez Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Manchester City Manager Roberto Mancini Backs Milan To Win Scudetto Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal

Official: Milan Sign Antonio Cassano Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal
Goal.com Profile: Antonio Cassano Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal

Antonio Cassano Is The Greatest Talent – Milan Chief Silvio Berlusconi Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal
Roberto Baggio: Antonio Cassano & Mario Balotelli Not Enough For Italy To Ensure Success Jan 5, 2011 / By Goal
Michael Yokhin’s Calcio Debate: Antonio Cassano Turns Milan Into AC Madhouse Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal
I Don’t Expect An Immediate Impact From Antonio Cassano – Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Coach Massmiliano Allegri Hints Antonio Cassano Will Start From The Bench Against Cagliari Jan 5, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Star Alexandre Pato Aims To Return Against Cagliari Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal

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
Milan Lose Kevin-Prince Boateng And Marco Amelia To Injury – Report Dec 30, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Defender Gianluca Zambrotta To Undergo Knee Surgery Jan 4, 2011 / By Goal

Cagliari Coach Roberto Donadoni: Without Zlatan Ibrahimovic Milan Are Still A Force Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal
Milan Defender Luca Antonini: We Must Beat Cagliari Without Zlatan Ibrahimovic Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal

(Updated on JANUARY 15, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Rodney Strasser’s Winner Makes It The Perfect Debut For Antonio Cassano Jan 6, 2010 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: ?
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Rodney Strasser
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: ?
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Legend Seedorf

Cagliari 0-1 Milan Jan 6, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Man of the Match: for the full game Thiago Silva defended well overall, but Strasser wins it just for the goal!
Best Moment: The excellent improvisation and then goal from Cassano and Strasser of course!

Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Rodney Strasser’s Winner Makes It The Perfect Debut For Antonio Cassano Jan 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-kingston Ind / 4:03 PM Jan 6, 2011: lessons learnt: Abbiati is showing signs of dida syndrome & too old midfield=no goals… good decision replacing gattuso or else it would have been a draw… no ibra=no creativity up front… seedorf plays 1 good pass for 10 bad.. bonera is a calamity waiting to happen. luckily ball hit the post / 25 : 2
Comment-Milan Defence / 3:00 PM Jan 6, 2011: its strange, milan fans always go on about how our defence is weak… seemingly enough it is weak on the wings yet we still have conceded the least amount of goals. i wonder how strong can this milan team become. / 34 : 4
Comment-zac cro / 6:36 PM Jan 6, 2011: I saw the game, and merkel wasn’t so good. He is young, and he is definitely great potential, but we need to be realistic. He needs time, and confidence from allegri. But never the less, it is nice to see such a young player in starting lineup. / 17 : 1
Comment-Vijay Trinidad / 4:29 PM Jan 6, 2011: This game was a perfect example of why giving young players a chance is beneficial. Merkel did really well even if he faded a bit in the end and Strasser’s finish was that of a veteran, and considering that he is a defensive midfielder, for him to have the awareness to be that forward at the 86th minute is commendable. With Juve&Lazio dropping points, this has been a good day so far. / 19 : -1

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)

1. There was one mysterious comment on Cassano’s “still-not-enough” technique. Impossible to understand and translate it: “어떨때보면 너무끄는것같기도하지만”
2. Without Ibra in attack (due to suspension), without Pirlo in middle (due to injury), without Nesta in defense (due to injury)… Boring to watch… while Cagliari were changing fast between attack and defense, (…is it called counter attack?…), keeping the ball better, and were dominating the game.. until Cassano comes in. Just… it was worth to watch The Youths working hard. Strasser’s GOAL was NOT offside. Inter-Ultras had better check [Replay].
3. Silva did a terrific job… enough to cover his mistakes.
4. Debate on whether Abbiati becomes Another-Dida. But what the hell is now happening to Amelia? How come is he becoming PIGGY?
5. In sum, Legend Seedorf’s only contribution was ONE pass throughout the whole 90 minutes. The whole team had a hard time… AGAIN. [Seedorf+Merkel] was less than half of [Pirlo+Boateng]. Without Pirlo in middle, Gattuso flops. [Abate+Ambro] lack creativity in their passing. Even Antonini had to cover it and overworked, but nothing worked. Therefore, Pato/Binho sucks until… Please check the rest of comments… below.

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

(JIWON: Too tired to find information on Cagliari. But elsewhere is found how active the players were during this match, just lacking finishing touch. They could have won. Scary…)

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – offside goal or not

Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Rodney Strasser’s Winner Makes It The Perfect Debut For Antonio Cassano Jan 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Chris Australia / 4:06 PM Jan 6, 2011: Strasser’s goal was offside. / 21 : 227
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 4:29 PM Jan 6, 2011: It was close, but Strasser was just onside. Not offside. It was a good call by the ref. / 16 : 1

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – entertainment from Ibra’s Kick to Cassano’s Touch

(NB. Strasser was the man on the end of Zlatan’s friendly roundhouse kick.)

PHOTO: Cassano introduces himself to new teammates with intimate touch Jan 6, 2011 / By whoateallthepies.tv
Mad Tony Cassano gives team-mate Rodney Strasser a friendly squeeze in the sphincter zone, just seconds after Cassano had set up Strasser for Milan’s winner at Cagliari. Bum love is the only language Cassano can speak that Strasser understands, apparently… You have to love Mad Tony and his thick Bari accent.

Milan Hero Rodney Strasser: I Cannot Understand Antonio Cassano Jan 7, 2011 / By Goal
(…) Cassano is famous for speaking in his native Bari dialect, and Strasser sees it as a problem. “Antonio is a friend, but when he speaks I cannot understand him,” Strasser told La Gazzetta dello Sport. “What’s more is I can speak three languages!” However, their understanding on the pitch looks fine after ‘Il Talentino’ set up his colleague for the winner at Cagliari on Thursday to send the Rossoneri five points clear in Serie A.

PHOTO: AC Milan’s Cassano and Robinho celebrate after a goal against Cagliari Jan 6, 2011 / By uk.eurosport
AC Milan’s Cassano and Robinho celebrate after a goal against Cagliari during their Italian serie A. soccer match in Cagliari

Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Rodney Strasser’s Winner Makes It The Perfect Debut For Antonio Cassano Jan 6, 2010 / By Goal
Play By Play:
90’ +3: Cassano and Robinho seem experts at time wasting as they argue with the lineman in the corner over the Cagliari defence being too close.

♥OUTCOME – 5♥LEGEND SEEDORF

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🙂 PROFESSOR-09: Who Is Milan’s Coach In Dressing Room, During The Training Session, And On The Pitch? “Mr. Allergy” Needs To Choose Between Legend Seedorf’s Ego Or Scudetto. (Dec 5-19, 2010)
(…) Seedorf style is NOT CONSISTENT with the style of play that Milan are used to. (…) Seedorf gets involved in the game ONLY IF his teammates get him involved. His inconsistency isn’t in only part’s of the game it also takes place from game to game. (…)

(JIWON: Now, I know what it means.)

Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Rodney Strasser’s Winner Makes It The Perfect Debut For Antonio Cassano Jan 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Yaw Boateng Ghana / 4:06 PM Jan 6, 2011: Milian is back 4ever. The old players should the leave team, their causing us big problem. / 91 : 22
Comment-lims lland / 5:34 PM Jan 6, 2011: i respect seedorf a lot, but today he played badly. / 36 : 0
Comment-Comment-seedorf dead player / 4:32 PM Jan 6, 2011: seedorf plays 90 minutes hahahahaahahahaha / 26 : 0
Comment-Mavrick Barbados / 3:22 PM Jan 6, 2011: Seedorf is so far having a horrible game. Allegri must sub him ASAP. He is constantly losing the ball and making poor passes. He is not playing well in Pirlo’s position. We really miss Flamini and Boateng as Ambrosini is also not having a good game. / 68 : 2
Comment-Dude here / 2:44 PM Jan 6, 2011: Boring match so far… Milan just lacks creativity, and Seedorf is plotted too deep / 9 : 0
Comment-Gus Milan / 6:33 PM Jan 6, 2011: Through out the game i was hoping and waiting for Seedorf to be substituted out, and you rightly gave him the lowest rating of 5. I can see it, you can see it, but Allegri could not!?!? Seedorf used to be good, but now he is a liability – He could not tackle, he could not pass, he could not shoot – we were playing with 10 men the whole match! / 11 : 0
Comment-Firas somewhere / 5:48 PM Jan 6, 2011: seedorf is a liability on the team In order to keep wining we should replace seedorf by someone fast and creative. Im so happy for strasser and cassano / 25 : 0
Comment-Rossoneri Macedonia / 7:44 PM Jan 6, 2011: As much as I love Seedorf and all the things he has done in the past, he should not be playing so much (if at all). He is getting way too old and SEEMS TO BE LOSING MOTIVATION. His performance today was the worst on the pitch from both teams. / 33 : 1
Comment-Pratik INDIA / 7:31 PM Jan 6, 2011: PLZ lets get serious.. bonera seedorf.. SEEDORF IS SO LAZY.. slows da game down.. 2de so many back passes.. seedorf bonera cant put 2 passes 2gthr.. bad display.. lucky win 4 us / 18 : 2

Comment-benz jakarta / 4:34 PM Jan 6, 2011: win!!! i hope cassano will settle at AMF replace useless slowdorf, Ganso please come to milan. / 22 : 0
Comment-Anthony Australia / 10:30 PM Jan 6, 2011: Seedorf needs to go. Why can’t Milan off load him instead of Dinho? Hopefully one of the midfielders Milan have been linked with joins us in January and forces this hack to leave. I used to like him but now he is just an embarassment. Even being a shadow of his former self would be an improvement for him. / 1 : 0
Comment-bimo, soma, muqdisho Amsterdam / 4:27 PM Jan 6, 2011: i thing now is very clear to all of us we want a midfielder with abilities like rodney strasser, i think seedorf he’ll eventually realize it forza AcMiLaN / 7 : 0

(JIWON: Whether Legend Seedorf will eventually realize it or not doesn’t matter, since it is up to [Galliani+Allergy]. Therefore… my only concern is WHO ARE VICTIMS… this time?)

♥AS FOR DUCKLING & BINHO’S HARD-WORKING FLOP 😉 ♥

Cagliari 0-1 Milan Jan 6, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-milanista@malaysia says: milan not playing quite well today but i’m happy for strasser for that goal. pato sucks today. i think he does not suit in 4-3-1-2 formation. we should play 4-3-3 though. under leonardo he became so important for milan and scored some crucial goals too but under allegri? we need to change our formation whenever pato plays otherwise he will become useless even though he showed some good skills…
Comment-nick says: DAMN! I tired of Robinho wasting some many chances to score! Cant wait for Cassano to take Robinho’s spot in the starting eleven! He is the worst in one on one’s. It makes me sick to watch him in one on one’s with the keeper. I’m happy to see Merkel and Strasser as they are the future! I hope they get more playing time.

(JIWON: According to Korean comment section, BOTH were suddenly alive when…)
1. True that Pato looks heavy perhaps due to his previous injury. But Pato started playing after Strasser replaced Gattuso. But what is exactly the reason of Gattuso’s flop? They say that it’s because of Pirlo’s absence. Until [SLOWdorf+Merkel] becomes Cassano, Pato had to work and work, but nothing worked. And then, Pato was heavily marked by Cagliari defenders. No matter what, Pato deserves a higher rating!
2. Binho worked hard as much as he flopped. Without Pirlo in middle, Gattuso flops. [Abate+Ambro] lack creativity in their passing. Nor can they deliver ball to Binho. Then… [Binho+SLOWdorf+Merkel] forced Pato to overwork. When Cassano was in, Binho was alive. Though Binho still needs Inzaghi’s lesson, his terrific ensemble with Cassano eventually contributed to Strasser’s GOAL. First of all, it’s fun to watch Duo, [Binho+Cassano], being experts at time wasting. Therefore… They Expect More of [Friendship+PassingTechnique+Entertainment] From [Binho+Cassano]!!!

(JIWON: Therefore…)

Cagliari 0-1 Milan Jan 6, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Simo says: Man, Robinho really wastes many chances, but he is IN chances, he asks for the ball, and plays it well, fast enough, and a good player. I know, whenever Robinho, Cassano, Pato and Ibrahimovic are ready, someone need to be on the bench, but the thing that will decide it will be often the injuries, suspensions, and eventually, the form. And Allegri showed us, that we can play even three, or two of them. And Robinho, and Cassano both can play between the midfield and the forwards, and Pato, Robinho, and Cassano both can play on the wings. We have enough variations for this season especially, if they all can play in CL. If a midfielder arrives to the bench this winter-market (as Allegri said) I’d be happy. Because I’m really happy about Strasser and Merkel, but Gattuso, Ambrosini, Flamini, Pirlo, Boateng, Seedorf and them won’t be enough for the whole season. Anyway, congratulations for this victory!

Cagliari 0-1 Milan Jan 6, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Oscar says: We did play horrible today but we got a good victory over good Cagliari team at their home ground. We were of course missing: [Nesta,Zambrotta,Pirlo,Boateng,Flamini,Ibrahimovic] – Half of the line-up. And also when you’re playing with [Seedorf and Antonini] – It’s hard to win. But [Seedorf – Ambrosini – Gattuso – Merkel] Is not good midfield !!!

Cagliari 0-1 Milan: Rodney Strasser’s Winner Makes It The Perfect Debut For Antonio Cassano Jan 6, 2010 / By Goal
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Comment-Vano USA, Los Angeles / 5:46 PM Jan 6, 2011: Pato should be 6.5 and Robinho should be 5.5. Also Abate was better than Bonera!!! / 11 : 1
Comment-Eli Australia / 6:18 PM Jan 6, 2011: Pato 5.5, he deserved more then Robinho. At least he made some runs and had some shots on goal… / 0 : 0
Comment-Milan is my club / 2:34 AM Jan 7, 2011: Pato was bad in this game. As for Robinho, well I think he looked very uneasy maybe because of the injury he sustained when he hit the camera in Dubai. Anyway, Binho’s contribution that led to Strasser’s goal is crucial. Cassano was good. We really need to strengthen our defence. Bonera/Antonini/Abate are not world class. They would crumble in big games. Hope we can beat Spurs although it will be very difficult. / 1 : 0
Comment-reality check real world / 2:45 PM Jan 6, 2011: Gatuso + Ambrosini + Seerdorf = no offensive production from the midfield WHICH is the reason PATO ROBINHO and MERKEL are HARDLY GETTING THE BALL in dangerous areas we are not keeping any possession at the top of the box because all these players do especially Gatuso is pass the ball back to the defense.. this style of football stinks but anyway.. FORZA MILAN / 32 : 1

(JIWON: Therefore… Whether it is due to Legend Seedorf’s EGO or not, another fact is that even Gattuso is not working on this passing… And then, I just can’t understand why Binho keeps struggling in one on one’s situation. He was considered to be a genius at Real Madrid and was doing a fine job in Santos. I want to know…)

♥AS FOR DINHO’S SOMBER FAREWELL 😦 DISGUSTING ISSUE ON MONEY 😉 ♥

(… this part was finished in “PROFESSOR-11: Ronaldinho’s Delighted To Return To Brazil. No Player Is Bigger Than AC-Milan.” Pleae check the section above…)

♥AS FOR TRAITOR LEO♥ – Mourinho’s Inter

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🙂 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. (Oct 10, 2010 – Jan 17, 2011)

AC Milan defender Thiago Silva expects Leonardo to enjoy Inter success Dec 28, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Van Basten blasts Inter coach Leonardo: AC Milan BETRAYAL Dec 29, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan Striker Alexandre Pato Hopes Leonardo Fails At Inter Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal
Capello surprised by Leonardo decision to take Inter Milan job Dec 30, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Milan Midfielder Gennaro Gattuso: Leonardo Was Motivated By Money To Take The Inter Job Dec 31, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan defender Nesta has no problem with Leonardo Inter move Jan 6, 2011 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: I need to post every each MILAN player’s public statement, since there are REASONS behind the difference between THEM. I just hope LEO’s fans not to misinterpret THEM. 🙂 )

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 “Gazzetta dello Sport/Inter” Jan 1, 2011 / By Goal
We Wanted Leonardo Before Rafael Benitez – Inter President Massimo Moratti Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Defender Marco Materazzi: I Had Problems With Rafael Benitez Dec 30, 2010 / By Goal
Dejan Stankovic: I Can’t Forgive Former Inter Boss Rafael Benitez Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Striker Samuel Eto’o: We Can Still Win The Scudetto Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal
Diego Milito Impressed By New Inter Coach Leonardo Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal
Inter President Massimo Moratti To Be Summoned By FIGC’s Calciopoli Investigation Panel Jan 5, 2011 / By Goal

Inter Coach Leonardo Ready For First Test Against Napoli Jan 5, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Coach Leonardo Delighted With Debut Win Against Napoli Jan 6, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-deden paray / 2:12 AM Jan 7, 2011: he know to stick with mou’s style rather than using same approach like rafa back then… Slow but sure, we can climb at top three… / 5 : 0
Comment-ado ny / 4:18 AM Jan 7, 2011: well one thing i noticed inter are back to their style of play and we all know how successful that is for us, i just hope injuries wont hurt us and hopefully we can bring kaka to milan. / 5 : 0

(JIWON: What did this Football Intellectual claim when Leonardo on Berlusconi: “Only few people know about football.” (May 3, 2010)”? 😉 )

♥POSTSCRIPT♥ – (Updated on JANUARY 17, 2011)
♥P.S. – BINHO♥

Robinho: ‘I reached Milan at the right time’ Jan 15, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
ROBINHO believes that he reached Milan right on time as he hopes to win something with them. The Brazilian has found a new home at Milan and is playing well. The player has scored six goals for Milan, despite “it is not his job to score.”
People say I waste too many chances, but I replied that it is not my job to score goals. My purpose is to help set up the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alexandre Pato, while the only team has to lend a hand. If I happen to score a goal, then that’ll make me extra happy,” Binho said. Robinho, who turns 27 in 10 days added: “People say my personality is a problem, but look back over my career and you won’t find a single argument with a Coach or teammate in my career. I reached the Rossoneri at the right time. I want to win and so do Milan, which is why we are forced to play every game to the death.” The former Santos man joined Milan in the summer from Manchester City after two tough years in England, where he couldn’t settle at all. “I knew it would be lovely at Milan. Rivaldo, Kaka and Ronaldinho told me about this wonderful place and their response has made me proud. It’s a pity Ronaldinho has left, but the number of Brazilians at Milan does help me to feel a little more at home. Even without Ronaldinho, we’ll manage to turn San Siro into a samba hall to celebrate.”

Robinho: ‘I reached Milan at the right time’ Jan 15, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-prasad chiplunkar says: well if its ua job to set up goals… then improve ua passing… its not bad but not gr8 for a playmaker role
Comment-Milanista says: Set up goals? Most of the time, you only pass with 1-2 passes. Most chances that you create are for yourself. Don’t screw them up and make excuses.
Comment-tbone says: I think what he’s trying to say is he isn’t supposed to play as a striker or behind the strikers. I believe his preferred position is out wide like dinho of last year. in which case it is a bit uncomfortable to change your role slightly and i see what he’s saying.
Comment-kbw says: we can us him in wing midfield, like he did with madrid, i think…

Comment-Sohel Sharif says: i never liked this guy……always try to make a complain

(JIWON: Ha-ha. I think THEY should keep throwing harsh advices and helping Binho to train his analytical brain. I find that this professional is very emotional on the pitch and then having a huge headache analyzing his mistakes/achievements while off the pitch. The problem is that his physical body is not emotionally relaxed/fluent enough to obey his heart, and his upper body in particular is getting very tensed. I feel that this problem is getting more serious, as he builds more muscles. I also feel that this may be a part of his struggling in a situation, where the accuracy of his technique is required, whether passing or one on one’s situation. Lack of accuracy means lack of basic skills. Right? It means that whenever you change your physique, you must return to your very basic in order to train more advanced technique. Right? It was Ibra’s problem, too, when he hastily made his return from Barca. Right? Now, they call him a machine. Right?

I’ve been suspecting THIS ever since Binho’s joining Milan, which is not Santos. True that Milan is not Argentinean Inter, but is still International and stronger than Brazilian club. BTW, I wonder why this is considered to be a “complain”. True that this rossonero, Sohel Sharif, just hates any Brazilians… 😉

Meanwhile, I find that Brazilian Pato boasts a very sensitive brain. Very sensitive… Too sensitive to fill his relaxed body with gigantic passion… and therefore… Whereas… there is FIRE in Brazilian Silva’s systematically socialized heart. I want to know some more… before starting this part. Tensed muscles also mean more risks of injury. Right? I find THIS from ALL those Samba boys, even though they don’t seem to share the same reason. Interesting. IMHO, it also means struggling/collapse of Brazilian techniques such as “flicks or tricks” and it looks like selfish greediness… I may be wrong, of course. I need to know more.)

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Friendly Al Ahly 1-2 Milan: 8000 Fans Enjoy Cassano’s Unofficial Debut. Legend Seedorf On Fire In Experimental Game. Binho’s Comical Injury & Ibra’s Comical Fight. Dinho’s Somber Farewell.

Jan 2, 2011 ?:?? PM GMT Club Friendlies Al Ahly 1-2 Milan
♥PREPARATION – CASSANO♥

Federico Macheda (Man-Utd.) Will Fill The Void Left By Antonio Cassano – Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal

Sampdoria Star Antonio Cassano Agrees Sensational Milan Move – Report Dec 16, 2010 / By Goal
Ronaldinho Is Better Than Antonio Cassano – Milan President Silvio Berlusconi Dec 17, 2010 / By Goal
Sampdoria Forward Antonio Cassano Will Pay Real Madrid €5 Million To Join Milan – Report Dec 20, 2010 / By Goal
Palermo president Zamparini congratulates AC Milan for Cassano deal Dec 20, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
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
Antonio Cassano Will Not Cause Any Problems At Milan – Luca Antonini Dec 21, 2010 / By Goal
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli Can’t Wait For Antonio Cassano Return & Confirms Mario Balotelli Is The Future Dec 22, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Tell Antonio Cassano: Don’t Blow It Dec 22, 2010 / By Goal
AC Milan director Cantamessa: Cassano knows we are his last chance Dec 23, 2010 / By tribalfootball.com
Antonio Cassano Plays Like A Brazilian – Milan Striker Alexandre Pato Dec 23, 2010 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano Will Help Milan Win Everything – Robinho Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal

Antonio Cassano Asks For Personal Trainer, Milan Say No – Report Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
(…) Meanwhile, Milan flew out from Malpensa headed for Dubai on Monday afternoon. Fans marauded the airport as they chased Cassano through the terminal building cheering him on. (…)

Milan Will Keep Antonio Cassano Under Control – Massimo Oddo Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano Begins Milan Training Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano Is ‘No Monster’ For Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
England Manager Fabio Capello Tips Antonio Cassano To Shine At Milan Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
Report: Cassano is 2.5kg overweight… (out of shape) Dec 28, 2010 / By rossoneriblog.com

(Updated on JANUARY 15, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – tribute to the opponent

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

Friendly: Al Ahly 1 – 2 Milan Jan 02, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) Al Ahly pulled one back with only 5 minutes to go, Ahmed Hassan scoring an absolutely fantastic volley from 25 yards out! Christian Abbiati was left with no chance as Hassan’s shot flew goalwards, a stunning volley – a goal of great technique! Strangely it was Al Ahly’s only real oppertunity of the game so far, and yet they were only trailing Milan by a goal as a result of it! (…)

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future

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

Al Ahli 1-2 Milan: Robinho Picks Up Knock On Cassano Debut Jan 02, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-mohammed dubai / 8:51 PM Jan 2, 2011: I saw the match tonight in Dubai. It was decent. Ibra didnt start and it seemed as though the rossoneri did not take the game very seriously at all. I understand that the match is really meaningless. But 8000 fans came out to see milan play football, and I am sure quite a few of them were disappointed. / 0 : 4
Comment-Frank Toronto, Canada / 6:49 PM Jan 2, 2011: Watched the game… Milan were all over them!! But it wasnt a Milan side that was put on as Starting Champions. It was mostly an experimental game. In the first half, Oddo, Nesta, Yepes, Silva, and Antonini were all on at the same time!!! Mid was Gattuso, Seedorf and Strasser and upfront was Pato and Cassano! Oddo and Seedorf were on fire!!! I think Silva was playing as a holding mid was out of sorts for most of the game. Milan played well enough to win. / 11 : 0
Comment-Maaz Canada / 8:43 AM Jan 3, 2011: @mateo: Seedorf’s goal was beautiful? He shot straight at the goalie and that really should have been a straight forward save. The goalie tossed it into the goal. The only team Seedorf should be playing against is Al Ahli. His slow big butt is useless against other teams. / 24 : 1

♥AS FOR LEGEND SEEDORF 😦 ♥

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

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

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

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-ODDO♥

Al Ahly 1 – 2 Milan Jan 2, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-arya says: i dont think the man of the match was seedorf it was either beretta or oddo.
Comment-Kourosh says: Oddo ruled! It was just his second game this season (because of injury) and yet he was man of the match in both occasions. I think he’s really the best fullback we’ve got right now.
Comment-tbone says: i sadly didn’t get to watch the match but i think oddo should work with abate…if abate could develop oddo’s technical ability and sense of where to be and who to play into abate could be world class.
Comment-Milan says: (…) Oddo has been great but I think abate has done well and I’d rather see him develop as oddo won’t get any better. Maybe a rotation between them.

(JIWON: After finishing the previous part, PROFESSOR-09: Who Is Milan’s Coach In Dressing Room, During The Training Session, And On The Pitch? “Mr. Allergy” Needs To Choose Between Legend Seedorf’s Ego Or Scudetto., I’m now suspecting if Oddo has been a victim of Legend Seedorf’s EGO. Also, I am curious if Oddo will turn into Another SLOWdorf after this report. Time will tell.)

♥AS FOR YOUNG GUNS IN ACTION♥

Al Ahly 1 – 2 Milan Jan 2, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Rob says: Strasser played a great game, solid player and beautiful passes. Berreta was a great surprise, had good movement in the box. Merkel was a disappointment compared to his summer friendlies. Montelongo was aggressive and very fast. I hope that sums up the young guns, strasser was already called up for Cagliari, i think Montelongo and Oddo deserve to be present Thursday.
Comment-nick says: I doubt Dinho will ever play again for Milan. Dinho fans just dont know when to let go and move on. LOL! That’s Crazy! Beretta looked great as well as Montelongo although he was playing out of position-I really dont understand that because we need coverage at RB. (…)
Comment-Master says: The Young Gun’s in action! looks like Milan don’t have to buy a lot of (young) players for next season. Cause we already had Pato, Beretta, Strasser, Merkel, Montelongo, Odu, Adiyiah, Abate, Boateng, Verdi, and other talented young player’s in disposal.

♥AS FOR BINHO’S COMICAL INJURY 😦 ♥

Robinho Misses Flight To Milan’s Winter Retreat In Dubai – Report Dec 27, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Forward Robinho: I Talked Kaka Out Of Joining Manchester City, Now I Want To Make Milan My Home Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal

VIDEO: Robinho’s Comedy Collision With A Camera (Al-Ahli-Milan) Jan 03, 2011 / By Goal

Al Ahli 1-2 Milan: Robinho Picks Up Knock On Cassano Debut Jan 02, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-milan milan / 4:01 AM Jan 3, 2011: no no guys .. it’s a serious knock .. i saw the game.. robinho was at full sprint and knocked a huge camera on the sideline … he was subed instantly…wish him a quick recovery. / 17 : 0
Comment-Robinho UAE / 7:21 PM Jan 2, 2011: I was at the stadium tonight.. Robinho’s knock seemed quite serious.. Even though I am not a Milan fan, I wish him all the best.. But it was one hell of a knock.. So milanistas should pray extra hard for the next couple of days..! / 12 : 1

♥AS FOR IBRA’S COMICAL FIGHT 😦 ♥

Al Ahly 1 – 2 Milan Jan 2, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-DAMN says: meeeeeeen did strasser surprise me of course those 20 minutes he played back then didnt imprress me but he needs to start. The youngsters just owned in every way possible (especially Berreta oh i can picture it right now the future Verdi and Berreta destroing everything). Seedorf seems to be getting to his old self. But the one that really surprised me this time was Oddo. he was amazing as a winger he dribbled alot of opponents and he linked up with seedorf really good. Ibra was arsehole as usual 🙂 (pushing that player to the bench LOLZ XD)

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section, Ibra impressed them with this (new) role as “Shadow”, (…btw, I still don’t know the exact term in this football game…), and they were happy to watch “Ibra+Cassano” and expected more from [Passing Play of “Ibra+Cassano+Binho” Plus “Pato’sSpeed+FinishingTouch”]. But I couldn’t find such comments in other (international) sites. The comment above was the only thing. Perhaps…)

VIDEO: Zlatan Ibrahimovic & David O’Leary Square Up (Al-Ahli – AC Milan) Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Mauricio Fortaleza / 11:28 AM Jan 5, 2011: I notice a lot of the time that Ibrahimovic tends to single out those who are physically inferior to him. This isn’t a shot at Ibra, it’s just something that I’ve noticed he does a lot on the field. / 10 : 0
Comment-Fahad Dubai / 7:53 AM Jan 4, 2011: I went to the game and seriously its the worse stadium ive ever been to, its ugly outside to inside, i think my backyard looks better. and robinho’s collision with the cam. well al-ahli and the camera place was really wrong, who ever puts a cam that close!!!! Grande Milan,, this game was not worth playing. / 22 : 5
Comment-Macho man UK / 5:49 PM Jan 3, 2011: I love how the coach hid behind his assistant when shouting at Ibra, then how he was nowhere to be seen when Ibra went for him. lolol / 12 : 4

Please check
🙂 PROFESSOR-07: Is Ibracadabra A Fantasista Or A Trequartista Or Just A Bit Of Egoistic Forward? What Do Rossoneri Want From Ibracadabra? Which Role Can Ibracadabra Offer To Rossoneri? (Nov 8-28, 2010)
PART-4: Ibra***ovic’s Taekwondo-Kick or Scary Tackle. For What?

(JIWON: After finishing this part, I now seem to know Ibra’s reason for this unnecessarily strong tackle. But still, I worry. The rest of comments are very negative…)

♥AS FOR DINHO’S SOMBER FAREWELL 😦 DISGUSTING ISSUE ON MONEY 😉 ♥

(… this part was finished in “PROFESSOR-11: Ronaldinho’s Delighted To Return To Brazil. No Player Is Bigger Than AC-Milan.”. Pleae check the section above…)

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