R21-23: Duckling’s Growing Pains. [Cassano+MvB+Urby+Didac+Legro] Join AC-Milan. No Rest For A Mother With Many Children!

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > Rossoneri 2010-2011: Flop4
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ROUND 21-23: Something Fundamental!

PROFESSOR-14: Duckling’s Growing Pains. When Mr. Allergy’s Aesthetic Approach Is Better Known For “Bench Philosophy”…
PROFESSOR-13: There Ought To Be Italian Version Of “Financial Fair Play Rules”. Or AC-Milan Can’t Buy Italian Players!
SA-23 Milan- Lazio: Match Of Anti-Football, More Like A War Against Lazio’s 11 Defenders. A Perfect Comment Section. Yes, [Ibra’s Double Post Shot] Has To Yell When His Teammates Play With No Creative Midfield. Lazio’s Kozak Deserved Red. SanSiro Chanted [Solid Defender Yepes] Twice!! BTW… Is This Inter’s Calciopoli?
SA-22 Catania 0-2 Milan: A Bunch Of Divers Are “Aggressive Catania”. Awful Referee. Notorious-But-Innocent MvB’s Red Card Inflames [Binho+Ibra]. Attacking Was The Best Form Of Defense. Solid Performance From [Silva & Co]. Urby’s Good Debut.
CoppaItalia Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Duck Is Back, Celebrating 50th Goal! [MvB & Urby] Join “Bad-Boys-Band”. When Big Guns Can Rest… This Is What We Call Depth. Ibra Praises Yepes. Despite Sampdoria’s Scary 2nd Half, It’s Not Boring But Entertaining. This Is Not Inter-Style.
SA-21 Milan 2-0 Cesena: [Ibra+Binho+Cassano] Is A Dangerous Combo. Rebirth Of Defensive Midfielder Silva. [Yepes+Papa+Ambro+Abate+Merkel] Relieve Injuries Of [Nesta & Co]. Binho In Desperate Need Of Inzaghi’s Lesson. Duckling Is Dearly Missed.
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…

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🙂 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! (Jan 2 – 20, 2011)
🙂 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)

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

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PROFESSOR-14: Duckling’s Growing Pains. When Mr. Allergy’s Aesthetic Approach Is Better Known For “Bench Philosophy”…

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🙂 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! (Jan 2 – 20, 2011)
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.

(JIWON: No need to repeat mentioning happenings to the poor Duckling. And the story goes…)

(Updated on FEBRUARY 1, 2011)

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

♥DUCKLING’S GROWING PAINS♥

Milan 3-0 Bari: Rossoneri Coast Into Coppa Italia Quarter-Finals Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-N Y / 10:56 PM Jan 20, 2011: I hate to say it, but Milan is better is without pato in the team. He holds up play and doesn’t make most of his passes (even though he finishes and dribbles well). Ibra-robinho-cassano seems to be a very effective combination. / 1 : 3

(JIWON: There you go. But still, whether or not Duckling is selfish is unknown…)

(Updated on FEBRUARY 1, 2011)

Jan 23, 2011 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-21 Milan 2-0 Cesena
SA-21 Milan 2-0 Cesena: [Ibra+Binho+Cassano] Is A Dangerous Combo. Rebirth Of Defensive Midfielder Silva. [Yepes+Papa+Ambro+Abate+Merkel] Relieve Injuries Of [Nesta & Co]. Binho In Desperate Need Of Inzaghi’s Lesson. Duckling Is Dearly Missed.

♥DUCKLING’S GROWING PAINS♥

(… comments on Binho’s hard working flop…)

(JIWON: Please look. Don’t they also suggest Binho to return to the very basic? Meanwhile, Korean comment section made a NEW analysis on this situation. That Binho’s movement is so agile, so great that he creates lots of good chances, compared to others. 🙂 And then he misses them. 😦 Therefore, he needs to take advantage of his hard working and golden opportunities created by himself. Or his finishing will look worse and worse.)

Milan 2 – 0 Cesena Jan 24, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-sherbini says: PATO AT 83RD MINUTE???????? I SMELL A PREPARATION FOR SELLING HIM IN THE SUMMER!!!!!! PLEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAZE DON’T!!!!!! HE IS THE FUTURE OF MILAN!!!!!!!! WE DON’T WANT CASSANO OR ROBINHO PATO IS THE MILAN MAN!!! PLEAZE DON’T MAKE KAKA MISTAKE AGAIN!!! HE STILL HAVE A LOT TO GIVE!!! HE IS ONLY 21 YEARS OLD!!!!! FORZA MILAN!!!!!!
Comment-G says: Ibra-Robinho-Cassano are connecting brilliantly & full of fantasy! But Pato still has hopes to break in coz Binho is truly lacking composure in front of the goal. Nevertheless, Milan’s attacking lineup right now is very very promising (the best in the world, maybe…)
Comment-Milanista says: @sherbini. He’s 21 years old, that is exactly why he is on the bench. Allegri probably wants him to be fully prepared. When I see Pato play recently, he’s not mentally prepared yet. When he is on a roll, he is good. But when he is in a slump, the coach needs to play his cards very carefully with young players like him.

(JIWON: At the same time, Korean comment section also make another analysis on Pato’s struggling. That his dribbling, during the last season, was so terrific that he was able to override all the defensive players. But now, he loses his ball even before starting his dribbling, perhaps due to his injury or mostly because he is heavily marked by the opponents. Therefore, he SHOULD learn how to pass… for whatsoever reason.)

(Updated on FEBRUARY 1, 2011)

Jan 26, 2011 4:30 PM GMT Coppa Italia Sampdoria 1-2 Milan
CoppaItalia Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Duck Is Back, Celebrating 50th Goal! [MvB & Urby] Join “Bad-Boys-Band”. When Big Guns Can Rest… This Is What We Call Depth. Ibra Praises Yepes. Despite Sampdoria’s Scary 2nd Half, It’s Not Boring But Entertaining. This Is Not Inter-Style.

♥DUCKLING’S GROWING PAINS♥

Sampdoria 1 – 2 Milan Jan 26, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-kay says: Can anyone get me the link so i can watch the goals or match highlights please? i missed the game
Comment-thiagosilva86 says: WATCH THIS!
Comment-milano86 says: WATCH THIS!
Comment-kay says: @thiagosilva86&milano86. thank you guys so much…..what a move by pato and emmanuelson…i was backed emmanuelson……hope he continues this way
Comment-DiMilan says: Such a different team from what we started at the beginning of the season. Great to see the depth we have now! Forza MILAN!

Comment-Shev says: The duck is back!!! Who’s next?!!!
Comment-sherbini says: what’s going on between pato and ibra? ibra should be more respectful with the team mates, he didn’t even look at pato when he changed with him, we heard about that ibra wants to play with fantantonio and binho. BUT HE FORGOT THAT PATO IS THE FUTURE OF MILAN AND HE IS THE BEST PLAYER IN MILAN!!! QUESTION : DO YOU PREFER PATO OR IBRA? FORZZZA MILAN!
Comment-Kourosh says: Yeah that bugged me, too. Obviously there are problems between Pato and Ibra. Then again I hope I’m wrong!
Comment-Forza Milan says: Pato will always be Milan first striker and if pato didn’t have that injured he would have score more than Ibra. Emmanuelson, Merkel and Van Bommel did very good..
Comment-NorthwaveBrder says: It looked like Ibra was more concentrated on helping out on the corner. Great game by pato but i would still pick ibra over pato. more experience, less injuries and has been more decisive this season.
Comment-sh10 says: @Kourosh. The brazillian press such as ESPN BRASIL and Globoesporte stated that pato and ibra have problems in and off the pitch, and that a fight between them didn’t happen because their teammates separated them before it happened.
Comment-Milano Q8 says: Great game by Milan, they all looked young!! I haven’t seen Milan play like this for a very long time. With just a little bit of re-enforcement I can say that we have our future team. I believe there’s is jealousy between Ibra and Pato; Ibra is a professional star as for Pato is a rising star with great potential as he is our future. He’s young, been injured for some time while Ibra was our savior as all media was focusing on him. Pato is battling for his place with jealousy. Pato needs to mature, Ibra needs to respect and support the youngster as a professional. They must cooperate and respect Milan’s reputation/fans. Forza Milan
Comment-Giancarlo says: A very good Milan playing against a good Sampdoria team. Our new signings played with calm and confidence like they’ve been part of the team longer than two days. Impressive on both their parts! Van Bommel was very effective, and Emanuelson had an assist already! Thiago again playing in midfield was showing versatile he was.. reminds me of Desailly. Oh and IBRA DID NOT DISRESPECT ANYONE. Some people need to stop taking things out of context and blowing them out of proportion. He NEVER disrespected Pato…
Comment-Master says: @Giancarlo. Agree with you bro. Come on guys, please don’t destroy this good result with some bullshit / fake gossip. Like @NorthwaveBrder said, Ibra just sub in the last 5 minutes and Milan in danger when Sampdoria can equalized the score with corner. So he just focus on helping that, not disrespect Pato.
Comment-Milano Q8 says: @ Giancarlo- Ibra did not disrespect Pato in a direct way but it’s obvious that there is tension between them. When was the last time you so them play together and see that Pato played well? If Ibra played with him today from the start then I guarantee that it will not be a successful match for Pato. Pato today was free and wanted to prove a point, wanted to prove that he is in top form and that Ibra is not the only star. We don’t know what happens in the dressing room but we all know how Ibra some times have heavy jokes. We hope that they get along well with respect to one another for the sake of the club. Forza Milan
Comment-Giancarlo says: NO. It’s obvious you’re just taking some out of context and blowing it out of proportion, Milano Q8. It’s people like you trying to stir trouble in the press. In the training videos they are close to each other.
Comment-Master says: @MilanoQ8. The last time i seen Pato and Ibra played together is where we draw 4-4 with Udinese. In this match, Pato scored 2 goals and one of them is from Ibra assist (Pato celebrated the goal with Ibra too). So, like Giancarlo said, stop blowing out of proportion. Every players in Milan are wanted to prove that they are worthy to the coach and fans. Not just Pato.
Comment-Suhendro says: i just remember that ibra says, pato is a good striker. 8 goal on 11 match on serie A, if he not injured. it will be top scorer today.. i just imagine that ibra disrespect pato is not right.. on yesterday match i just see ibra is concentrate with match.. so is not disrespect.. so stop to make a HOAX…
Comment-Dan says: Pato is a great striker and really shows it this game. But I would pick Ibra over Pato for his experience and the fact that he is a better team player. He doesn’t just score goal but also deliver incredible assists. I have no idea if it’s true Pato and Ibra doesn’t like each other but when people are around each other that much it’s bound to happen from time to time between players, and yes Ibra isn’t one to hold back punches and will most likely say what he means without sugarcoating it thus more argument prone. Have a hard time seeing it will be a problem in the future as all things calm down (if there is a thing in the first place).
Comment-Milano Q8 says: @Giancarlo and Master – Well a I am not trying to stir trouble in the press; in fact there are no Milan fans who tries to create trouble to Milan players. This is my opinion like the opinion of others and i do respect your opinion. At the end I hope your right, as I hope Ibra and Pato plays together upfront as a team. Forza Milan
Comment-Jay Zeneros says: the whole Pato vs Ibra is just hype the media makes. But its true that Ibra and Pato get along in the training sessions. And we have seen recently how Pato goes and celebrates with Ibra when a goal is scored. yet you never know, Ibra already was involved in two fights previously. but up to know its just the media speculating, the same with the whole Gattuso and Pato fight. Just keep an open mind and respect everyone’s opinions when you post your comment.
Comment-Giancarlo says: @Milan08, there are some Milan fans who don’t like Ibra. And are trying to stir trouble against him. From all the training videos I’ve seen, Pato and Ibra are fine. I don’t even think Cassano is a problem. And Ibra is a team player… he recently praised Yepes highly recently. Sounds like the guy is becoming part of our team, whether the idiotic media likes it or not. Oh and as far as the fight with Onyewu. Completely exaggerated. There was nothing there. And Onyewu is gone now…
Comment-Master says: @Milan Q8. I’m respect u’r opinion too bro and i’m sorry if my comment offends you. Yeah, i knew u’r feeling. No, we knew u’r feeling cause like Giancarlo said, some Milan fans don’t like Ibra for what he did in the past. But until now, Ibra looks just fine. And i hope it will stay like that for a long time. Forza Milan!
Comment-Milanista says: About the Pato vs Ibra debate… I think Ibra is the one who should always start the CF role. Pato just doesn’t think. Or when he thinks, he takes too long to think. There are a lot of times when he passes when he should shoot, or when he shoots or dribbles when he should pass. This will deff improve over time, but for now, Ibra is the one who should start. Anyways, with a solid midfield like we have now, there is no reason that Pato and Ibra cannot play together. They would have the midfield support they did not have in the beginning of the season.

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-ez pz / 7:35 PM Jan 26, 2011: I like Pato, he is a great footballer.. but he would be even better if he improved his decision making.. and sometimes instead of making a shot.. provide a pass… / 552
Comment-FORZA MILAN / 10:16 PM Jan 26, 2011: FORZA PATO!!! FORZA MILAN!!! Pato is our future along w/ mrkel n many other youngstrs on our team. Ppl if Pato has a bad game do nt gt mad at him remember he has been in n out of d field with injuries he needs time 2 adpt 2 d game nxt game he may nt perfrm due 2 fatigue n injry recovery. Lets nt favor ibra too mch even though i luv him 😛 bt know that Pato is our future nt ibra n needs our support. Silva u wer jst AMAZING n welcome bommel and urby. n only marco van basten is MVB! / 9 : 0

(JIWON: Yeah… Korean comment section was busy, too. Please imagine. To put it simply, Pato just needs to learn how to pass… Pato just needs to grow up… in order to become THE BEST STRIKER IN THE WORLD. Ha-ha-ha. 🙂 )

Sampdoria Coach Domenico Di Carlo Rues Costly Errors Against Milan Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Forza David D Milanista / 8:29 AM Jan 27, 2011: Those weren’t error…. they were experience gain by Milan / 72
Comment-Shevvx Milan / 9:19 PM Jan 26, 2011: so a beautiful pass, and Pato’s super skill to panna your defender is an error? Excuses../ 771

(JIWON: What’s interesting is that they say Milan’s win was “Experience Gain”. Therefore, [Pato The Duckling] loses his ball and can’t start his excellent dribbling only when [Pato The Swan] lacks “Experience Gain,” just like Young Sampdoria. Isn’t it interesting?)

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-ace USA / 3:02 AM Jan 27, 2011: Pato is a true goal machine. Allegri should use him as an out-and-out penalty box striker, instead of out on the wings. Ibra and Cassano/Robinho should play behind him in more free roles, as they are all capable of creating chances. / 300

(JIWON: Yeah… Korean comment section was busy, too… on this issue. Time will tell, anyway. And I think it should be up to Pato himself.)

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Me Here / 11:48 PM Jan 26, 2011: there our super kid Pato! Forza MILAN! / 12:0

(JIWON: Here goes my curiosity. Is Pato happy whenever he is called “Super Kid”? I bet… NOT. This is a GUY, who wants to be called a MAN. And I say… this is AC-Milan’s Cuties Duckling’s fundamental problem. 😉 LOL 🙂 )

(Updated on FEBRUARY 1, 2011)

Jan 29, 2011 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-22 Catania 0-2 Milan
SA-22 Catania 0-2 Milan: A Bunch Of Divers Are “Aggressive Catania”. Awful Referee. Notorious-But-Innocent MvB’s Red Card Inflames [Binho+Ibra]. Attacking Was The Best Form Of Defense. Solid Performance From [Silva & Co]. Urby’s Good Debut.

♥DUCKLING’S GROWING PAINS♥

(JIWON: Duckling was not selected in this game. Please imagine WHY. I seem to know WHY, but can’t write… 😉 )

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Is Like Fabio Capello – Adriano Galliani Jan 28, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Should I finish it with this scary information? 😉 )

Amo la mia città ma sto alla larga dalla sua panchina | Il Tirreno Feb 8, 2010 / By iltirreno.gelocal.it
[Q] Allegri, quando ha cominciato a tirare il primo calcio al pallone? “A 9 anni. Ai miei tempi si iniziava molto più tardi a giocare al calcio, mentre ora si comincia anche a 5 anni”
[Q] Ma è giusto?E’ importante soprattutto che i ragazzini stiano insieme e facciano uno sport, che socializzino e imparino a confrontarsi. Oggi non si gioca più in cortile, si sta troppo davanti a tv e computer, l’unico motivo di aggregazione resta lo sport. Ed è anche importante che i ragazzi imparino a stare in panchina”.
[Q] Lei c’è stato? “Certo. Ero molto arrabbiato ma stavo zitto e facevo di tutto per dimostrare che ero il più bravo: la panchina per me rappresentava uno stimolo a migliorare”.
[Q] Allegri, when she began to pull on the first kick of the ball? “At 9 years old. In my day it started much later to play football, but now it also begins to five years.”
[Q] But is it right? “It is especially important that the kids stay together and do a sport, socialize and learn to deal with. Today you do not play more in the yard, you’re too in front of TV and computer, the only reason for aggregation remains the sport. It is also important that children learn to stay on the bench.”
[Q] You were there? “Of course. I was very angry but said nothing and did everything to prove that I was as good: the bench for me an incentive to improve.”

(JIWON: Then what about this? 🙂 )

Lionel Messi’s Barcelona Not Suited To Zlatan Ibrahimovic Of Milan – Jorge Messi Jam 31, 2011 / By Goal

Alexandre Pato Wants Barcelona Not Manchester City If He Leaves Milan Oct 9, 2010 / By Goal

(JIWON: In case [Pato The Swan] still wants his top-career to shine at Barca… )

http://www.google.com/search?q=Barcelona+Youth+Striker

(JIWON: Well, I can’t find this information from international sources. Some ago, I read, while following Korean comment section, that Spanish youth teams, despite their excellent level, don’t allow a certain type of strikers to grow. This is why Barcelona Coach Pep believed Serie-A’s Ibracadabra to be an ideal member to fulfill his game plan. They failed, though. Fans say that they made a wrong analysis about IbraFLOPovic. Should I write more?)

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-the truth everywhere / 7:20 AM Jan 27, 2011: if pato improves his decision making he will become the best striker in the world and on par with c.ronaldo, but not messi sorry but he is to good. / 3 : 9

(JIWON: The most comical answer from Messi fans. Rossoneri also want [Pato The Swan] not to follow in the footsteps of Kaka. I believe… everything will be up to Pato himself.)

Exclusive: I Gave More Than 200 Per Cent To AC-Milan – Alexandre Pato Month Day, Year / By Goal

(JIWON: Whatever he becomes, wherever he goes, it would be terrific if Pato’s haters, including Messi fans, could find no reason to object Pato’s arrogant(!?) claim. Let’s hope. 🙂 )

(Updated on FEBRUARY 4, 2011)

Feb 1, 2011 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-23 Milan 0-0 Lazio
SA-23 Milan- Lazio: Match Of Anti-Football, More Like A War Against Lazio’s 11 Defenders. A Perfect Comment Section. Yes, [Ibra’s Double Post Shot] Has To Yell When His Teammates Play With No Creative Midfield. Lazio’s Kozak Deserved Red. SanSiro Chanted [Solid Defender Yepes] Twice!!

♥DUCKLING’S GROWING PAINS♥
♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – perfect comment-section… ibra’s yelling & poor duckling… No creative midfield…

(… the perfect comment section were posted… )

(JIWON: Then, it was EASY to figure out what’s going on. This comment section was PERFECT. True that Lazio played with 11 defenders. However still, this game showed [IbraFLOPovic & Duckling’s] bad habits whenever AC-Milan lacks creative midfield. Isn’t that interesting? [Ibra & Pato’s] supporter/haters have sent a perfect comment. Just… Dinho’s fan needed more of THOUGHT. 😉 )

(… the perfect comment section were posted… )

(JIWON: Weird is that this LEO’s fan’s analysis on [Pato’s Cassano] differ from others. Anyway, it is now EASY to figure out why poor Duckling should forget his LEO days. Or he will have to follow in the footsteps of LEO’s Dinho, whose whatsoever performance were easily read by the opponents and (eventually) played poorly against big teams and had to find REAL happiness in Brazilian league, where he will have to learn what he should have learned in Italian league, if his World Cup Dream is real serious. Anyway, whether this commenter works for LEO’s Inter or not, he gives me valuable information on Pato’s struggling. Just as LEO’s fans, who tried to kick AC-Milan Owner Berlusconi out of Murdoch’s Italian league, gave me valuable information about “La Bella Italia”. 😉 )

(… the perfect comment section were posted… )

(JIWON: Do you think the current Duckling’s troublesome performance can be accepted at Messi’s Barca, which happened to be Pato’s ideal destination? Seriously, our dearest Duckling needs to GROW UP!)

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PROFESSOR-13: There Ought To Be Italian Version Of “Financial Fair Play Rules”. Or AC-Milan Can’t Buy Italian Players!

(Updated on FEBRUARY 1, 2011) – DRAFT
(Updated on FEBRUARY 5, 2011)

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani: Inter & Juventus Were The Best In The Transfer Market Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
(…) Galliani tried to guillotine debate over UEFA’s financial fair play rules. He suggested Premier League clubs have approached the guidelines, which come into effect in 2013, with the rough and tumble, rather than reasoned revision after Chelsea broke the British transfer record with their €58.5 million purchase of Fernando Torres from Liverpool. “Everyone speaks about financial fair play, but then they spend like crazy, including ourselves,” he added. “Chelsea? They have strengthened extraordinarily and spent €80m, I have no idea where everyone’s financial fair play will end up.”

(JIWON: No sooner had I finished DRAFT of this part than Uncle Fester welcomed this computer work. I now know why…)

Javier Pastore Is Not For Sale, But If Manchester City Offer Crazy Money… – Palermo Chief Maurizio Zamparini Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
Palermo’s Javier Pastore Worth €100 Million – Maurizio Zamparini Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal
Javier Pastore: I’m Not Worth €100 Million & I Want Palermo Stay Feb 4, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Palermo President Zamparini was also the one to send the quickest reaction. No one knows why. 😉 Yes, it would be a lie if I say that this player is a joke. I’ve been following Korean comment section and I now know quite a lot about this player. However, I feel tremendous responsibility to assist Zamparini’s Man-City Business, so I will keep my mouth SHUT. 🙂 )

Football is the worst governed sport in this country. Discuss Jan 20, 2011 / By guardian.co.uk
Sports minister Hugh Robertson should look at banning offshore owners Jan 21, 2011 / By guardian.co.uk

Michel Platini: Premier League Clubs Finding It Hard To Accept Financial Fair Play, Unlike Serie A Jan 25, 2011 / By Goal
(…) “Football is living beyond the rules of normality. Financial fair play simply means not spending more than what we can afford. We cannot accumulate debts of €1.2 billion per annum. Even the presidents have had enough of spending so much, and I am convincing them. In Italy everyone agrees, but it’s more difficult convincing Premier League owners,” said Platini.

Financial Fair Play Rules Do Not Prevent Clubs From Spending Money On Transfers – UEFA Feb 2, 2011 / By Goal
(…) as long as they balance their books at the end of the season. (…)

(JIWON: Meanwhile, there were happenings in-between. I wonder why FIFA or UEFA don’t mention Spanish Giants, which have been supported by the Spanish Government and are granted a VERY SPECIFIC privilege. Ever since starting this computer work about the Italian Football, my fundamental problem has been this statement: “as long as they balance their books at the end of the season…”)

🙂 P.S.5: Dear “Spending Spree Club”, Whether Or Not Your Generous Foreign Owner Or Spanish Government Leads “Football Inflation” Is Perfectly OK. However, Respect The International Rules, Please, When You Want To Get Rid Of Your Unwanted Players (Aug 21 – Sep 6, 2010)
PART-11: Dear Man-City: Whether Or Not Your Wealthiest, The Most Benevolent Arab Owner Leads “Football Inflation” Is Perfectly OK. However, Think Of Your Fans More And Respect The International Rules, When You Want To Get Rid Of Your Unwanted Players, Please.
PART-10: Milanista Beware. You-Know-Who Will Conquer Serie-A With The Man-City’s Financial Management Skills And Lead The Italian National Team… Sooner Or Later.
PART-9: The Agent Of “Spending Spree Club” Starts Its Typical Business Again. By Now, The Fan-Clubs Elsewhere Ought To Be Busy, If They Are The Real Rossoneri. If They Really Want Sir Berlusconi To Buy Their Favorite Star-Player… At The Right Price.
PART-8: How Many Facebook-Groups Are Still Working? Who Are Real Rossoneri Among Them?
PART-7: Italian Balotelli Is Over-Rated Because… WORKING…
PART-6: Dear Spanish Government, Whether Or Not Your La-Liga Giants Value Your Favorite Star-Player As “Soccer’s Picasso” Is More Than Welcomed. However, Don’t You Think Your Unwanted Items Are More Like Used Cars?
PART-5: Italian Confectionery Giant Allegedly Plans To Take Over Serie-A Giants AC-Milan Until 2011, While The Italian National Team Desperately Needs “Alleanza Nazionale”.
PART-4: Dear Spanish Government, Whether Or Not Your La-Liga Giants Value Your Favorite Star-Player As “Soccer’s Picasso” Is More Than Welcomed. However, Don’t You Think Your Unwanted Items Are More Like “Used Cars”?
PART-3: Just Out Of Curiosity. Is €40M Transfer Fee The Right Price When The “Children Of A Lesser God” Meet The “Spending Spree Club,” Which Has Led “Football Inflation”? Especially The Spanish Giants, Which Used To Fuel It?
PART-2: Ibra… Barca… Agent… Taekwondo… WORKING…
PART-1: Dear Spanish Government, Whether Or Not Your La-Liga Giants Value Your Favorite Star-Player As “Soccer’s Picasso” Is More Than Welcomed. However, Don’t You Think Your Unwanted Items Are More Like “Used Cars”?

(JIWON: This part was after P.S.4: Dear Rossoneri, Do You Want Owner Berlusconi To Be Fooled By The Agent Of “Spending Spree Club”? Do You Think “Brat/Baby” Balotelli Want To Peacefully Return To His Italian Home? Let’s Make It A National Issue, but it was also before I found Korean comment section. I couldn’t finish this part. Why do you think so? When I first started this part, I went to the EPL sites, and everybody knows why. They were blaming Spanish Giants for starting IT, and then insulting British Murdoch, whose media seemed to enjoy or even encourage this situation and seemed to be on an important mission in order to launch their ARAB business.

Yes, I’ve been sick of “MURDOCH & SPAIN” during this computer work, which was supposed to be about “MUSIC & MIDDLE EAST,” and had nothing to do with “BERLUSCONI & SOCCER”. Therefore, I had to be very careful whenever I was forced to confront their international fame. They knew this compute work. I’ve been living like a ghost and they were ready to make this computer work a pure trash.)

Exclusive: Wiser Than Milan, Inter Enjoyed The Best Transfer Campaign – Giuseppe Bergomi Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal

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🙂 R21-24: Duckling’s Growing Pains. [Cassano+MvB+Urby+Didac+Legro] Join “Bad-Boys-Band”. No Rest For A Mother With Many Children! (Jan 20 – Feb 1, 2011)
CoppaItalia Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Duck Is Back, Celebrating 50th Goal! [MvB & Urby] Join “Bad-Boys-Band”. When Big Guns Can Rest… This Is What We Call Depth. Ibra Praises Yepes. Despite Sampdoria’s Scary 2nd Half, It’s Not Boring But Entertaining. This Is Not Inter-Style.
Inter Join Race For Bayern Munich Skipper Mark Van Bommel – Report Jan 14, 2011 / By Goal
JIWON: I thought… that Sneijder really wanted to leave Inter in order to join Ibra’s AC-Milan. Wasn’t it not long ago that he interviewed Ibra-something? I wanted Sneijder, too, but never wanted to steal anything from Inter. When will this holy Inter just STOP this dirty business? Thanks to Inter’s holy behaviors, I had to check the entire transfer sagas happening in Italian league, to check if Berlusconi’s AC-Milan or any other Italian clubs behaved just like Inter. Inter was the only one. SIC! Wasn’t Inter an icon of Italian Intellectuals?

(JIWON: Then, there was Inter. During [Balotelli+Ibra+Binho’s] Transfer Saga, I got sick of Inter’s dirty business. However, it was Inter’s Korean fan’s praise that hooked my curiosity. While mocking LEO’s Pato at AC-Milan, this guy wrote that Inter never spent a large sum of money on transfer market. There must be a reason. Then, I found what I found. Then, I became curious if Berlusconi’s Milan had behaved like Inter. Wasn’t anything-Berlusconi an icon of Italian Corruption? What do you think I found out?)

Italy’s Main Philosophy Is To Improve The Technical Aspects In Young Players – Gianni Rivera Jan 18, 2011 / By Goal
Luciano Moggi: Italian Football Is In Decline Because Top Teams Like Inter & Milan Focus On Foreign Talent Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal
Stefano Federici’s Calcio Debate: Is Luciano Moggi Right – Is Italian Football In Decline Because Of Too Many Foreigners? Jan 21, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: First of all, I couldn’t understand why Italian kids, such as Balotelli or Santon, were raised by Inter’s youth-system, but struggle when they join their ideal adult team. There must be a reason. Furthermore, it now seems that Italian young professionals, starting from Ranocchia, regard Inter as their ideal destination and want to play like them, while Italian fans want to call them Next-Maldini or Next-Nesta. As far as I know, Maldini or Nesta is not a normal fame. Nor are they normal physique. Nor are they normal technique. Yes, it’s none of my business when all the Italian youths want to be praised. They are welcome to draw public attention.

However, I still think none of them should insult Italian legends by equating themselves with Maldini or Nesta. It’s not a matter of Politics, but a matter of Technique or Professionalism. Am I doing something wrong here? While Italians were praising Cassano as Italian Fant’Antonio, my jaw dropped in amazement after watching Baggio’s lung-size. I couldn’t believe my eyes, because I used to think that Italian Baggio was not among the superior physique in the world of International Football.)

Benfica Want €30 Million Plus Chelsea Players For David Luiz – Report Jan 15, 2011 / By Goal
Napoli Ace Marek Hamsik In €40 Million Chelsea Link – Report Feb 4, 2011 / By Goal

Sampdoria Tell Milan To Raise Offer For Reto Ziegler – Report Jan 19, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Pull Out Of Race To Sign Domenico Criscito Of Genoa & Sampdoria’s Reto Ziegler Jan 21, 2011 / By Goal
Sampdoria’s Reto Ziegler Close To Joining Lazio After Rejecting Milan Advances – Report Jan 21, 2011 / By Goal

Juventus Target Sampdoria Midfielder Andrea Poli – Report Dec 22, 2010 / By Goal
Napoli Join Chase For Sampdoria Starlet Andrea Poli – Report Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal

Milan Tracking Chateauroux Midfielder Kevin Constant – Report Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
Chievo’s Kevin Constant: Milan And Inter Are Chasing Me Jan 6, 2011 / By Goal

Genoa Block Domenico Criscito’s Napoli Move, But Leave Foreign Doors Open Dec 28, 2010 / By Goal
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi: A Bomb Wouldn’t Force Me To Sell Domenico Criscito Jan 18, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Pull Out Of Race To Sign Domenico Criscito Of Genoa & Sampdoria’s Reto Ziegler Jan 21, 2011 / By Goal
Genoa Tell Milan They Cannot Have Domenico Criscito Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
Inter move to trump AC Milan for Genoa defender Criscito Jan 31, 2011 / By tribalfootball.com
Inter Close In On Genoa’s Domenico Criscito, But Davide Santon Resistance Slows Deal – Report Jan 31, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Provably, Uncle Fester won’t get any of players mentioned above, especially Italian ones. Simply, they are too expensive.)

Chelsea wages soar Feb 4, 2011 / By soccernet.espn
(…) Chelsea’s wages are 82% of their turnover – more healthy than City’s 106% – but way off United’s level of 46% and Arsenal’s of 49%. The figures also confirm that Chelsea reported losses of £70.9 million compared to £44.4 million the previous year. The club indicated earlier this week that they believe they will halve their losses in the next financial year. (…)

(JIWON: When I first started this work, I didn’t know that it’s important to win Scudetto or Champs, because there is a financial benefits. This is why Big Clubs can spend more money than the small ones. I also realized that there is a certain financial hierarchy in each football league, and therefore, there is a way for the smaller ones to survive, by selling their players to the Top Ones. This is why Italians should never feel guilty when their Kaka was sold to the Spanish Giants at THIS price, because it was a profitable investment for the Spanish side. However, AC-Milan can’t survive if Italian small clubs equate Milan with Spanish Giants or Russian/Arab EPL.

Already now, Korean comment section predict that Milan can’t buy Italian X, who is dubbed as Next-Pirlo, because he is anyway too expensive. They also say that in these days, since Kaka’s marriage to Brazilian royal family, countless Brazilian kids are dreaming to become Next-Kaka and there are always enough supply in this position for the Brazilian National Team, so they have to keep chasing younger talents.)

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-yep that’s right / 8:35 PM Jan 26, 2011: looking at milan’s lineup kind of reminds me of the opposite side of milan. almost all foreign players on the field and no one cares to say something about that but if it were inter we have a completely different story here / 0 : 10

(JIWON: Therefore… I had to decide that… even though this computer work started with these opinions, such as Luciano Moggi: Italian Football Is In Decline Because Top Teams Like Inter & Milan Focus On Foreign Talent or Oliver Bierhoff Slams ‘Crisis-Stricken’ Italian Football or Juventus Winger Milos Krasic Shocked By The State Of Pitches In Italy, and I still believe that AC-Milan should never betray Berlusconi’s favorite Italian style, nothing matters as long as Samba or any other foreign Milan don’t gnaw a hole in Italian League.

Any objection? It was just days ago that International comment section said that Milan’s performance was not Inter style. I will treat [Silva+Binho+Pato] as VIP of VIP so that all the Brazilian sensitive feet could watch their golden friendship and would want to join their AC-Milan at the ideal price… just to find REAL happiness… and golden honor. I only hope Italian kids want to enroll Milan’s Youth System and become Next-Maldini or Next-Baresi. This is the only way for AC-Milan to survive… without losing its Italian characteristics.)

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SA-23 Milan- Lazio: Match Of Anti-Football, More Like A War Against Lazio’s 11 Defenders. A Perfect Comment Section. Yes, [Ibra’s Double Post Shot] Has To Yell When His Teammates Play With No Creative Midfield. Lazio’s Kozak Deserved Red. SanSiro Chanted [Solid Defender Yepes] Twice!! BTW… Is This Inter’s Calciopoli?

Feb 1, 2011 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-23 Milan 0-0 Lazio (Attendance:‬ 38809)
♥PREPARATION♥

Milan Include Injured Filippo Inzaghi In Champions League List – Report Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal

Massmiliano Allegri & Edy Reja Take Cautious Approach Ahead Of Milan-Lazio Clash Jan 31, 2011 / By Goal

Lionel Messi’s Barcelona Not Suited To Zlatan Ibrahimovic Of Milan – Jorge Messi Jam 31, 2011 / By Goal

Official: Nicola Legrottaglie Joins Milan From Juventus Jan 31, 2011 / By Goal

(Updated on FEBRUARY 4, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future… anti-football… tired Milan… lack of final touches… awful referee

Milan 0-0 Lazio: Stalemate At San Siro As Ibrahimovic Can’t Unlock Aquile Defence Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match: Yepes
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Pato
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Libor Kozak (Lazio)

Milan 0-0 Lazio: Stalemate At San Siro As Ibrahimovic Can’t Unlock Aquile Defence Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Alien Mars / 9:29 PM Feb 1, 2011: it’s more like a war. they are literally fighting! 14 : 1
Comment-milan ista / 9:52 PM Feb 1, 2011: lazio 11 defenders / 23 : 6
Comment-Lisike KZ / 8:13 AM Feb 2, 2011: match of anti-footbal!!! annoying!!! / 6 : 0
Comment-Boo Java / 12:36 AM Feb 2, 2011: I know Lazio would come to San Siro by bus.. what i didnt expect is that they park that bus in front of their own goal, get off of it, literally beat each of Milan’s player and hospitalized them… / 1 : 1
Comment-marzari finland / 2:22 PM Feb 2, 2011: Milan could have substituted Cassano for Abbiati and leave Pato on the field. No need for a goalkeeper since Lazio didn´t even try to attack in this game. Sad thing for football that Milan didn´t win this game. / 27 : 11

Comment-Milano Q8 / 1:38 AM Feb 2, 2011: Milan players looked tired and nerves playing home under pressure. Oddo, Yepes, Flamine and Silva were great. Ibra and Robinho lost their focus up front some how towards the end. Ibra was definitely unlucky, Robinho needs to practice shooting. In this game we really missed Pirlo’s last touches. I am sure Milan will play better next game after resting, hope the injured get back. We definitely need a play maker to organize the team on the pitch when attacking, and players who can shoot from outside the box. F.M / 3 : 0

Comment-ulf the wolf / 9:48 PM Feb 1, 2011: can I somehow vote for the referee for flop of the match? honestly, the worst I’ve seen all season / 24 : 5

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

Lazio Coach Edy Reja Content With Hard-Fought Draw Against Milan Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
Lazio Goalkeeper Fernando Muslera: We Stole A Point From Milan At San Siro Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal

♥DUCKLING’S GROWING PAINS♥
♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – perfect comment-section… ibra’s yelling & poor duckling… No creative midfield…

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. Of course, they were sick of Lazio’s Kozak.
2. They appreciated impressive improvement in defense, especially Yepes. They felt sorry for Pato’s silence. But they felt a real pity on Binho’s hard working.

(JIWON: This is where my curiosity started. Unlike Korean comment section, who made no comment on Ibra or Cassano or others but just felt a great pity on hard-working Binho, as they felt for hard-working Ibra during the early days, international fans were busy at fighting and supporting/insulting [Ibra or Pato]. And controversial opinions on [Urby & Flamini]. Such as that Flamini was selfish, and that Urby missed 3 clear chances and needs to practice some shooting. Or that it’s not exactly their fault and they did a fine job, anyway. For a while, I thought that it was because Bonera was there. But no one commented his performance, either.)

Milan 0-0 Lazio: Stalemate At San Siro As Ibrahimovic Can’t Unlock Aquile Defence Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-chukwudike lagos / 6:27 AM Feb 2, 2011: AC cannot win the scudetto no creative mid-field / 2 : 12
Comment-Mike Zia Jordan / 4:27 PM Feb 2, 2011: Ibra held the ball for way too long this is a football, not a tennis game he needs to play with his teammates in order to win a game / 3 : 5
Comment-tu sei tutta la mia vita / 12:50 AM Feb 2, 2011: pato played poorly against big team, too much pressure for him, he better start against mediocre opponent, happy to see yepes have a rock solid game / 2 : 1

(JIWON: Then, it was EASY to figure out what’s going on. This comment section was PERFECT. True that Lazio played with 11 defenders. However still, this game showed [IbraFLOPovic & Duckling’s] bad habits whenever AC-Milan lacks creative midfield. Isn’t that interesting? [Ibra & Pato’s] supporter/haters have sent a perfect comment. Just… Dinho’s fan needed more of THOUGHT. 😉 )

Sampdoria 1 – 2 Milan Jan 26, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Milanista says: About the Pato vs Ibra debate… I think Ibra is the one who should always start the CF role. Pato just doesn’t think. Or when he thinks, he takes too long to think. There are a lot of times when he passes when he should shoot, or when he shoots or dribbles when he should pass. This will deff improve over time, but for now, Ibra is the one who should start. Anyways, with a solid midfield like we have now, there is no reason that Pato and Ibra cannot play together. They would have the midfield support they did not have in the beginning of the season.

(JIWON: This comment was during “Sampdoria 1-2 Milan” on Jan 26, 2011. One week has passed.)

Milan 0-0 Lazio: Stalemate At San Siro As Ibrahimovic Can’t Unlock Aquile Defence Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-ditstroyer jakarta / 7:40 AM Feb 2, 2011: pato-ibra just won’t work. / 33 : 4
Comment-Nawaf dhahran / 10:53 PM Feb 2, 2011: It is official: pato and ibra can’t play together … / 19 : 1

(JIWON: Let’s start.)

Milan 0-0 Lazio: Stalemate At San Siro As Ibrahimovic Can’t Unlock Aquile Defence Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Nick NY / 9:57 PM Feb 1, 2011: (…) also Pato’s work rate is just pathetic, with all due respect to his talent he should be sold for big bucks and Milan should bring someone who’s consistent and hard working / 6 : 6
Comment-wiwi sweden / 10:09 AM Feb 2, 2011: haha its so funny when ibra always yelling at all his team-mates, its like he always have right and other is wrong. Wath a entertaining man, amazing. / 3 : 9
Comment-lims lland / 3:06 AM Feb 2, 2011: 1. lazio did not plan to win at san siro. 2. ibra kept complaining his teammate. 3. milan players shouldnt think play every ball to ibra, especially cassano. / 15 : 4
Comment-Na Loc / 4:49 AM Feb 2, 2011: I start to hate ibra again, he complains too much like he wants to make milan become inter when he was there. I think binho also feel the same, he did the best but ibra doesnt appreciate. Many times i see ibra yell at binho and binho moves on with unhappy face. / 30 : 9
Comment-What The Hey KL / 7:30 AM Feb 2, 2011: Robinho played much better than Cassano (who was horrible, non existent last night!) but both gets a 6?! It seems someone really doesn’t like the little Brazilian here. / 3 : 0
Comment-JonJON GBG / 1:03 PM Feb 2, 2011: Robinho runs 90 min even without the ball but some of you still criticize him. (I am not his fan, I DONT even like him but he has been doing his job. He is everywhere) / 35 : 1
Comment-Kostas Greece / 10:12 AM Feb 2, 2011: Ibra is right when yelling at teammates because they don’t pass the ball on time and ends up in off side all the time. As someone mention, no creative midfield. / 9 : 5
Comment-Anil India / 7:24 AM Feb 2, 2011: Going forward… This will be the strategy against Milan.. Frustrate them.. Remember AC milan vs roma… lecce vs ac milan… same tactics were deployed and they succeed… Catania also played same way…. Allegri needs to find some way out of this….. Also he needs to control Ibra now.. Ibra becomes very upset when defenders stay close to him… Pato just needs confidence boost.. Forza Milan… / 19 : 3

(JIWON: It is now EASY to imagine. Isn’t it?)

Milan 0-0 Lazio: Stalemate At San Siro As Ibrahimovic Can’t Unlock Aquile Defence Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-milano86 barbados / 11:58 AM Feb 2, 2011: pato needs to start as center forward he’s more clinical in front of goal than ibra, cassano and robinho, i now saw the cl list and didac is not in it why did milan buy him then verdi is in the youth list and viewing didac age he should be there instead of verdi / 10 : 4

(JIWON: Of course, there should be a debate on the ideal position/role for [Pato The Swan].)

Milan 0-0 Lazio: Stalemate At San Siro As Ibrahimovic Can’t Unlock Aquile Defence Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Lii uSA / 10:33 PM Feb 1, 2011: I think Allergi should not let Pato play in first line up. Pato/binho/Ibra can’t play together, you see how struggle was in first half and after Pato sent off and Cassano in, how improvement. Yes Pato is class player no doubt but uneffective when 3 of them play together.. Pato need someone assist him like Ronnie or Pirlo. And I bet with you guy, Pato will be sell on next season if Allergi can’t find someone pair with him? I am not Pato hater, I am fine with him but Pato will not future of Milan / 16 : 14
Comment-Lii Usa / 6:42 AM Feb 2, 2011: Sorry Milan fans, I just borrow here to send message to Dinho fans” If you are Dinho fans, and don’t have brazil channel, please come and watch “ronaldinhflamengo.webs.com” I will upload whole game”. R10 you are right, Pato shine cause of Dinho, now Dinho leave so Pato for sure will struggle and may be sell in next june. I bet. / 10 : 6

Comment-tu sei tutta la mia vita / 12:50 AM Feb 2, 2011: pato played poorly against big team, too much pressure for him, he better start against mediocre opponent,, happy to see yepes have a rock solid game / 2 : 1

(JIWON: Weird is that this LEO’s fan’s analysis on [Pato’s Cassano] differ from others. Anyway, it is now EASY to figure out why poor Duckling should forget his LEO days. Or he will have to follow in the footsteps of LEO’s Dinho, whose whatsoever performance were easily read by the opponents and (eventually) played poorly against big teams and had to find REAL happiness in Brazilian league, where he will have to learn what he should have learned in Italian league, if his World Cup Dream is real serious. Anyway, whether this commenter works for LEO’s Inter or not, he gives me valuable information on Pato’s struggling. Just as LEO’s fans, who tried to kick AC-Milan Owner Berlusconi out of Murdoch’s Italian league, gave me valuable information about “La Bella Italia”. 😉 )

Milan 0-0 Lazio: Stalemate At San Siro As Ibrahimovic Can’t Unlock Aquile Defence Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Official News / 11:32 PM Feb 2, 2011: OFFICIAL REUTERS: Pato will leave Milan end of the season after lack of playing time given by mister allegri. Yesterday training pato arguing with allegri and he asked for transfer request end of the season. Barcelona, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Chelsea are monitoring his situations. Pato interviewed: i don’t deserved to be a bench warmer, I’m still young and if this still going on i will leave Milan. Interviewer: What are your likely destination? Pato: Probably FC Barcelona. / 3 : 13

(JIWON: Do you think the current Duckling’s troublesome performance can be accepted at Messi’s Barca, which happened to be Pato’s ideal destination? Seriously, our dearest Duckling needs to GROW UP!)

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – possibility of calciopoli…

Milan Furious With Lazio’s Libor Kozak As Knees & Elbows Leave Daniele Bonera & Nicola Legrottaglie In Hospital Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal

Milan 0-0 Lazio: Stalemate At San Siro As Ibrahimovic Can’t Unlock Aquile Defence Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-milan Qatar / 9:48 PM Feb 1, 2011: the referee was unbelievable today ….. a clear elbow to bonera and no red card!! a clear penalty for cassano still nothing!! Milan are still straggling from the calciopoli, inter gets free penalties the last one (pazzini against udiese)!! and we don’t get our!! / 21 : 13
Comment-smickolino ireland / 10:03 PM Feb 1, 2011: The referee tonight was an absolute disgrace. Stonewall penalty on Cassono denied as well as a blatant, straight red-card elbow. After last weekends ref when we played Catania, I’m beginning to think we are being punished for being top of the league instead of Inter. In fact, I’m beginning the think the FIGC don’t want us wining the league. it’s a disgrace / 57 : 23
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 10:13 PM Feb 1, 2011: I’m thinking Moratti probably paid off some referees to get them against us. Inter is getting all sorts of favorable calls right now… and we are getting everything against us. We should have at least had a penalty. / 7 : 1
Comment-Nick NY / 9:57 PM Feb 1, 2011: I can’t believe these refs, for the second match in a row they just allow other players beat us like it’s UFC. And I’m surprised neither Allegri nor Galliani commented on this after Catania match. (….)

Comment-yepes flopsalot / 9:20 PM Feb 1, 2011: what a flopper! He pretended to have a head injury when lazio had the ball in a dangerous position the popped right back up. Then he gets in kozaks face after flopping again and kozak gets a yellow? nice job ref…. / 13 : 45
Comment-TURK wales / 9:30 PM Feb 1, 2011: Lazio disgust me play mma not football if you want to repeatedly elbow and kick people in the face, referee is also awful. / 25 : 1
Comment-Forza Milan USA / 9:46 PM Feb 1, 2011: Yepes flopsalot.. are you blind? Did you not see that Libor Kozak elbowed Yepes? Kozak deserved a red card even. He kneed Legro. What a shame. / 22 : 2
Comment-ayish Milan / 9:49 PM Feb 1, 2011: Yepes played good.. he just had to do what he’s got to do… / 21 : 1
Comment-Marco Milan / 9:44 PM Feb 1, 2011: Kozak should have got at least 3 red cards. / 26 : 2
Comment-Kourosh Iran / 10:01 PM Feb 1, 2011: Who was that barbarian Kozak? The guy was released out of a cage I suppose. He hit Bonera and Yepes three times with his elbow. He ripped Legro’s head, too! Anything short of a three games ban is absurd! / 33 : 5
Comment-Obviously Lebanon / 11:06 PM Feb 1, 2011: About Legrottaglie: “was taken off five minutes from the end after a clash of heads with Kozak.” A clash of heads? Really? It was more like Kozak kneed him on the face.. the player was obviously knocked out..with blood on his forehead and was transported to the hospital. It was an obvious intentional knee to the face..Very foul play by Kozak, he should have been sent off. / 46 : 8

(JIWON: I hate this work, but I must admit my own suspicion here. I always find that unlike AC-Milan, Inter cases used to tell something. That their referee’s biased judgment and bad calls always come at the crucial moment.)

Maurizio Zamparini: The Referee Had Better Not Favour Juventus Against Palermo Feb 2, 2011 / By Goal
Palermo 2-1 Juventus: Bianconeri Slump To Defeat In Sicily Feb 2, 2011 / By Goal
Calciopoli & Arrogant Referees Continue To Damage Juventus – Giuseppe Marotta Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal
Video: How Were Juventus Not Awarded A Penalty At Palermo? Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal
Palermo – Juventus Referee Emidio Morganti Could Face Ban After Penalty Lapse Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal

Bari 0-3 Inter: Nerazzurri Steal All Three Points To Move Into Third Place Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Coach Leonardo Delighted With Victory Over Bari Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal
Bari Coach Giampiero Ventura: We Played Well But Couldn’t Finish Off Our Chances Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal
Video: Inter Full-Back Cristian Chivu Slugs Bari’s Marco Rossi In The Face Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Defender Cristian Chivu Apologises For Punching Bari’s Marco Rossi Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal
Bari Win Was Important In A Tough Title Race – Inter Captain Javier Zanetti Feb 4, 2011 / By Goal
Massimo Moratti: Scudetto Race Is Not Inter – Milan; We Are Sorry For Cristian Chivu Punch Feb 4, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Clearly, there has been something going on. Interesting is that Mr. Moratti tried to fix things up. I think it’s his first time during 2010-11. I also suspect if Uncle Fester and Coach Allegri couldn’t complain because Leftist Referees might behave worse in case… especially in recent days…)

♥AS FOR NICOLA LEGROTTAGLIE♥

Official: Nicola Legrottaglie Joins Milan From Juventus Jan 31, 2011 / By Goal
Defensive Problems Mount As Nicola Legrottaglie’s Debut For Milan Is One He Won’t Remember After Being Hospitalised Feb 2, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Confirm Nicola Legrottaglie Released From Hospital; Daniele Bonera Good For Genoa Trip Feb 2, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Nicola Legrottaglie: My Life Flashed Before Me Following Libor Kozak Clash Feb 4, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Too tired to check comment section. I wanted to do, though, after reading Korean fans, who remember Nicola Legrottaglie during 2008-09 season when he was 33 years old. I hope him to enjoy his last years of great professionalism at AC-Milan. Welcome to the World of Rossoneri!!! 🙂 )

♥AS FOR YEPES & ODDO♥

Milan 0-0 Lazio: Stalemate At San Siro As Ibrahimovic Can’t Unlock Aquile Defence Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-delkhairio singapore / 5:12 AM Feb 2, 2011: yepes really surprise me. 35 years old!!! Awesome / 29 : 2
Comment-Mark Earth / 11:05 PM Feb 1, 2011: Yepes was a beast tonight, quickly becoming a cult hero at the San Siro. Twice they chanted his name. / 62 : 0

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Less Than Satisfied After Lazio Draw Feb 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Maaz Canada / 11:44 PM Feb 1, 2011: The Oddo crosses are back! / 30 : 4

(Updated on FEBRUARY 7, 2011) – P.S.

Luciano Moggi Takes Calciopoli Swipe At Inter’s Leonardo & Napoli’s De Laurentiis Feb 7, 2011 / By Goal

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SA-22 Catania 0-2 Milan: A Bunch Of Divers Are “Aggressive Catania”. Awful Referee. Notorious-But-Innocent MvB’s Red Card Inflames [Binho+Ibra]. Attacking Was The Best Form Of Defense. Solid Performance From [Silva & Co]. Urby’s Good Debut.

Jan 29, 2011 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-22 Catania 0-2 Milan
♥PREPARATION♥

Silvio Berlusconi: Milan Will Win The Scudetto Jan 27, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Is Like Fabio Capello – Adriano Galliani Jan 28, 2011 / By Goal

Antonio Cassano & Gianluigi Buffon In Italy Squad, But Cesare Prandelli Leaves Out Mario Balotelli Jan 27, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Urges Caution Against Catania Jan 28, 2011 / By Goal

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🙂 R1-5: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced. (Sep 11 – 25, 2010)
SA-03 Milan 1-1 Catania: Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced. Typical-Mourinho-Type Football Is What AC-Milan Is Going To Face All Season Long. First Of All, Nobody Runs Back On The Counter Attack!

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Catania 0-2 Milan: Robinho & Ibrahimovic Strike After Debut Red For Van Bommel Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match: Ibra
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Alexander Merkel
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Mark van Bommel
Flop of the Match from Comment Section: Referee P. Tagliavento‎

Catania 0-2 Milan: Robinho & Ibrahimovic Strike After Debut Red For Van Bommel Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal
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1. Solid performance from Yepes(CB for 4 matches now) & Silva.
2. Antonini is improving.
3. Robinho & Ibra did their share of work today.
4. Awful Referee. Ugly Catania.

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. Pity on Mark van Bommel. 😉
2. No sooner had they complained about Binho than he made… 😉

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

Catania Coach Diego Simeone: We Played Well For 50 Minutes Against Milan Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal

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

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ Allegri’s tactical sense… silva, yepes, antonini…

Catania 0-2 Milan: Robinho & Ibrahimovic Strike After Debut Red For Van Bommel Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Ten Men Milan / 2:38 AM Jan 30, 2011: was it what they so called “attacking is the best form of defence” ? whatever… FORZA MILAN!! / 10 : 0
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 9:48 PM Jan 29, 2011: Allegri had a keen eye and tactical sense to move Thiago to midfield. That proved valuable and provided legs for our depleted midfield after Van Bommel got sent off… and Ambro got injured. We need to recover some of our midfielders fast though. Still very happy for the result! / 31 : 0

Catania 0-2 Milan: Robinho & Ibrahimovic Strike After Debut Red For Van Bommel Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-biggie usa / 11:55 PM Jan 29, 2011: wow!! great performance 4m yepes for 4 matches now. everyone was up in arms when galliani signed him, who looks stupid now. I think d injuries have been a blessing in disguise as it has forced galliani to buy players which he would no hav ordinarily!! up ibra, silva,robinho. super milan / 1 : 0
Comment-Aji Toronto / 9:47 PM Jan 29, 2011: Another great team performance worthy of champions. Highlights: Yepes clearly an inspiration at the back, Antonini had a good game, Van Bommmel showed he has not lost any of his grit since making the trip from Munich.. unfortunate to be red carded, Merkel tethered on a second yellow which is why I guess he was subbed off. Emanuelson, good debut. Zlatan pops up with the goal that seals the match. ROBINHO, unarguably the man of the match. Generally a great all round performance including Allegri. / 41 : 0
Comment-Milanista121 USA / 11:06 AM Jan 30, 2011: Great game, and I love how all seem to have stepped up their game, Antonini has improved lately, he had no other choice really, and Oddo is coming to his own as well which is fantastic. And Yepes…wow, I love him, such a monster, I’m so glad we got him, hope he’ll always perform like this even in the CL if he’s needed. Forza grande Milan! / 31 : 1
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 10:50 PM Jan 29, 2011: I think this was a team effort… and I Think players like Yepes and Silva should get more recognition and higher scores. Yepes was an absolute rock in the back… he deserves at least an 8. Robinho was man of the match and deserves a 9. It was his running that enabled Ibra to score. / 71 : 4

Comment-Mike Canada / 11:25 PM Jan 29, 2011: Wow Robinho has looked impressive recently. Looks like he’s back to his old self. / 44 : 0
Comment-Rob, Canada / 10:52 PM Jan 29, 2011: I agree Robinho is playing unbelievable, he has opened up our offense so much we deffently missed that fast brazilian style that Kaka brought. / 82 : 1
Comment-Gold Larry / 10:50 PM Jan 29, 2011: Robinho and Ibra did their share of work today. van Bommel delivered as was asked of. referee was really really bad as van Bommel was totally undeserved / 73 : 1
Comment-m jaja / 10:53 PM Jan 29, 2011: EFR: Ibra wasn’t as good as he can today. BUT, he created the most of Milans chances through some nice passes and dribblings. He also got a lot of attention and by that creating space for others. So, yes.. Ibra was the key-man as usual even though who wasn’t as dominating as he use to be. This shows how great he is and I believe he’s the best player in the world.. / 8 : 0

♥ROBINHO♥

Robinho Hails Milan’s Fighting Spirit After Win Over Catania Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-jooce colombia / 11:03 PM Jan 29, 2011: Watching Binho all season has been a treat. The guy runs, and he runs, and he runs. I can’t believe the British media tried to make him out to be a lazy selfish player… / 75 : 0
Comment-Tahaa Australia / 8:40 AM Jan 30, 2011: Well done Robinho, I never thought that he would be playing with that much confidence after his poor spell at Man City… I always thought that he would fit much better in Spain or Italy most South Americans. And for the first time in few years, we have competition in each area. This is great for Milan… / 18 : 1

♥AS FOR IBRACADABRA♥

Inter Pressure Forced Milan To Panic Buy On The Transfer Market – Marco Materazzi Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Winning In Catania Was Not Easy Jan 30, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Ready To Prove UEFA Champions League Knockout Stage Critics Wrong Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section, Ibra’s reason of flop at Champs or bigger matches was due to the characteristics of his team, in which he used to play with troublesome midfield. They say… as long as he is supported by solid midfield, he doesn’t have to be nervous and make unnecessary mistakes.)

♥MYSTERY-MERKEL♥

Catania 0-2 Milan: Robinho & Ibrahimovic Strike After Debut Red For Van Bommel Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-wiseguy australia / 10:53 PM Jan 29, 2011: lol they gave merkel flop of the match yet they gave such good comments abt him. / 3 : 0
Comment-jo u.s. / 11:56 PM Jan 29, 2011: Merkel has a lot of potential but in my opinion but as today showed he’s not yet ready for a full intense game as he’s not good enough at defense and lacks a certain amount of experience. Nonetheless one to look out for in the future. / 6 : 1
Comment-Jon NYC / 12:28 AM Jan 30, 2011: Dont be so hard on Merkel, I think his true position is fantasista just behind the two strikers. He not a box-to-box midfileder or a defensive midfielder / 11 : 0

♥AWFUL REFEREE & NOTORIOUS-BUT-INNOCENT BOMMEL♥

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Backs Mark Van Bommel Despite Sending-Off Against Catania Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal

Catania 0-2 Milan: Robinho & Ibrahimovic Strike After Debut Red For Van Bommel Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Milan4Ever Italia / 11:54 PM Jan 29, 2011: This is what I was afraid of when MvB was signed. His reputation proceeds him and despite the fact that the his second yellow was barely even a foul he was sent off because of his reputation as a dirty player. / 3 : 4
Comment-CristinaMilanista San Siro / 10:06 PM Jan 29, 2011: This game was very hard to watch. Catania players are a bunch of divers and it seemed milan were the only ones getting the cards. Anyways, it wasnt pretty but once again we showed our character in a difficult time. Another solid performance from yepes and silva and of course ibra never disappoints. I just cant wait for our injury crisis to ease up. Lastly, im very disappointed in Van Bommels red, unfortunately for us having a player of his reputation will always condition the referees / 28 : 0
Comment-fesalinho eee / 10:35 PM Jan 29, 2011: the referee had a lot of pressure from the home side he booked merkel for no reason because he saw that merkel would not respond to him because he is young and van bommels red card was a real disgrace, Forza Milan / 18 : 0
Comment-athaus usa / 9:13 PM Jan 29, 2011: is it just me or is this ref not holding Catania to the same standard they are Milan … from my view there have been 3 cardable offenses on Cataina players for fouls on ibra alone not to mention so of the other grimmy stuff they are doing and yet milan are the only ones getting cards / 40 : 3
Comment-Shearer Here / 9:25 PM Jan 29, 2011: This referee is really worst. How come Catania only got 2 yellow cards despite the rough play? maybe if everyone missed it you should watch Ambrosinni’s yellow card. This guy has been paid off. Tagliavento you should die. I know you will still award Cantania penalty. / 60 : 6
Comment-nuttela earth / 10:17 PM Jan 29, 2011: the red card made us play. / 25 : 1
Comment-Ferdinand Sydney / 11:46 PM Jan 29, 2011: I believe that the red card for Van Bommel was unjust. He hardly touched Catania’s player leg, only the gesture is quite dangerous, but very minimum contact. Poor Van Bommel. But it was a bless in disguise for Milan as Catania started to play and that means ample rooms for Ibra, Robinho and Cassano to exploit. I can also believe that Van Bommel’s gesture to get a red was Allegri’s strategy :p. This what Ancelotti and Leo could not give Milan that time, a 3-point win despite of against small teams / 77 : 2
Comment-Giuseppe US / 6:47 AM Jan 30, 2011: I dont think milan would have won if van bommel didnt get a red card. lol. It made catania more confident to attack so they opened up more and thats exactly what not to do when playing against milan. / 31 : 5
Comment-Shearer Here / 9:31 PM Jan 29, 2011: Beat that Tagliavento‎. 0-2 now what will you do? / 6 : 0

♥TIME TO INVESTIGATE♥ pato & cassano

Robinho Hails Milan’s Fighting Spirit After Win Over Catania Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-kapil in / 7:35 AM Jan 30, 2011: mmmm….. seems a lot of inter fans are active in the ‘comments’ section recently. what bored of watching your team lose? / 30 : 0

Catania 0-2 Milan: Robinho & Ibrahimovic Strike After Debut Red For Van Bommel Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Ilyas London / 10:17 PM Jan 29, 2011: Forza Milan! Man of the match was T.Silva in my opinion. Best defender in the world no doubt. Cassano was horrible i am baffled as to why he starts over pato. Pato is our best forward (yes better than ibra, robinho and cassano) and allegri has to realize that. Pato will become the worlds greatest player but not if he keeps being treated like this. We have a extraordinary talent just sitting on the bench. Great performance today though / 9 : 20
Comment-MFan mkd / 2:42 AM Jan 30, 2011: I must accept one thing that Cassano is not in their best and is lazy player, if someone must be benched for not carried about the team he would be! and I think that Pato is most dangerous and skillful than him and this might be the difference, I don’t have nothing just wanna praise Robinho who as always for me is the man of the match! also i can’t see more Ambrosini on this team and the awful Bonera!!! / 2 : 19
Comment-manolo spain / 2:18 AM Jan 30, 2011: Pato didn’t start today for my beloved Milan because Allegri wanted to rest him. His been having a tough season injured, so Allegri wants to keep him well so that Milan can have more options upfront when CL resumes. / 14 : 0
Comment-Lii usa / 10:08 PM Jan 29, 2011: Binho deserve Man of match. Bonera don’t play him please! Merkel should be bench! For me, best line up for Milan is Ibra,Binho,Cassano, Emenuleson, Van-bommel,Boateng, Yepes,Abate,Silva and Zambrota,Abiati. I think Pato, now just sub only and may be next June he might be sell. Like I said Pato just depend on someone, he can’t create by his own, no doubt his shoot is “excellent” but Milan need some one create, and score like Ibra. Sorry Pato, you are out. / 13 : 66

(JIWON: I find that no one appreciates Cassano this time… and then… I now know. The last comment is from [LEO+Dinho]’s fan. Just in case…)

♥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…)

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CoppaItalia Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Duck Is Back, Celebrating 50th Goal! [MvB & Urby] Join “Bad-Boys-Band”. When Big Guns Can Rest… This Is What We Call Depth. Ibra Praises Yepes. Despite Sampdoria’s Scary 2nd Half, It’s Not Boring But Entertaining. This Is Not Inter-Style.

Jan 26, 2011 4:30 PM GMT Coppa Italia Sampdoria 1-2 Milan Attendance:‬ 11458‎
♥PREPARATION♥

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: Six Teams Fighting For Scudetto Jan 24, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus Will Struggle For A Champions League Place; Milan For Scudetto – Luciano Moggi Jan 24, 2011 / By Goal
Luciano Moggi: Italian Football Has Not Changed Since Calciopoli Jan 25, 2011 / By Goal

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Confident Milan Will Win The Scudetto Jan 24, 2011 / By Goal

Mario Balotelli & Antonio Cassano Are Italy Phenomena – FIGC President Giancarlo Abete Jan 25, 2011 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano Could Be Rested For Milan’s Coppa Italia Quarter-Final At Sampdoria – Massimiliano Allegri Jan 24, 2011 / By Goal

Massimiliano Allegri Confirms Milan New Boys Urby Emanuelson & Mark Van Bommel Will Start Sampdoria Coppa Italia Match Jan 24, 2011 / By Goal

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🙂 R13-14: Time To Think For The Long Term. Despite Mental Balance, AC-Milan Need Some Creativity In Middle. Passionate Binho Buzzes Around. Alas, Brazil Coach Menezes Refuses To Train Baby-Dinho When You-Know-Who Resumes His F*cking Job. (Nov 21-28, 2010)
SA-14 Sampdoria 1-1 Milan: With Abate’s Ibra’s Help, Binho Shocks Rossoneri, Not Only Scoring On A Tough Volley But Also With His Typical Passionate Involvement. Allegri’s Odd Tactical Decisions For Some Odd Reason Shock Rossoneri, Too.

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: PATO!!!!!

Sampdoria 1 – 2 Milan Jan 26, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Best Moment: Pato’s second goal
Man of the Match: Pato, simply for winning the game for Milan.

Sampdoria 1 – 2 Milan Jan 26, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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1. PATO!!!?!!!?!!!?!!!?
2. Salute to [MvB & Urby]
3. What a surprise to watch Antonini’s good performance! 😉
4. Good performance from consistent [Oddo & Yepes]. Papa’s improvement, Good Merkel. Roma’s fine job.
5. Terrific Silva. Who is Marcel Desailly?
6. Such a different team from what we started at the beginning of the season. Great to see the depth we have now!

Sampdoria 1 – 2 Milan Jan 26, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-kay says: Can anyone get me the link so i can watch the goals or match highlights please? i missed the game
Comment-thiagosilva86 says: WATCH THIS!
Comment-milano86 says: WATCH THIS!
Comment-kay says: @thiagosilva86&milano86. thank you guys so much…..what a move by pato and emmanuelson…i was backed emmanuelson……hope he continues this way
Comment-DiMilan says: Such a different team from what we started at the beginning of the season. Great to see the depth we have now! Forza MILAN!

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. PATO!!!! WATCH THIS!!!! They are busy at talking about Duckling’s potential to become THE BEST STRIKER IN THE WORLD. They are also talking about Pato’s position. Nevertheless… he needs to learn MORE… MUCH MORE 😉
2. Surprise to watch Urby’s “돌파(BreakingThrough) & Cross”

♥OUTCOME – 2: GARRONE & CASSANO♥ – tribute to the opponent

Sampdoria Coach Domenico Di Carlo Rues Costly Errors Against Milan Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
Sampdoria coach Domenico Di Carlo believes the Blucerchiati’s errors in the first half against Milan in the Coppa Italia tonight cost them a place in the semi-finals. (…) “Then in the second half we got better on the pitch trying to be more aggressive. I’m happy despite losing because of our performance in the second half,” Di Carlo told the press.

(JIWON: Rossoneri say they were scared… 😉 )

Milan’s Antonio Cassano Has Mental Problems – Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
(…) And it seems there are no signs of reconciliation. “I have no feelings of consideration nor acceptance of his psychological problems, especially after what he said,” Garrone told the press referring to what Cassano had said when he joined Milan. “They took away from me every possibility to say he was a guy with values. Saying that he would have insulted the president first had he known he was going to Milan, I can say the nature of this man has always been what has been revealed.”

(JIWON: Well… Did Cassano say something AGAIN when he joined AC-Milan? I didn’t know that. During this whole affair, I had to keep my mouth shut, because…)
1. I thought Milan might acquire Azzurri member at the cheapest price.
2. And then… Cassano Agrees To Leave Sampdoria For Inter (Nov 25, 2010).
3. Most of all, I had to make sure that this was none of my business. True that one of reasons of this computer work was to help Lippi-or-Abete-or-Prandelli-or-Whoever’s Azzurri to shine during the World Cup. But I had to realize that whenever I mention something to help any clubs but Berlusconi’s, this very club suddenly turns into a real sh*t and launches another project to force AC-Milan to find another Owner. Perhaps, they are Inter’s little brothers. Therefore, I had to be very careful when I wanted to help other Italian clubs. I hate this, though.

(JIWON: Quite surprisingly, Cassano joined AC-Milan, and I was too tired to mention THIS. I really wanted to, though. Now, I find what I expect to find. Milan’s Antonio Cassano Has Mental Problems – Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone. Then, I want to finish my job here.)

Milan Striker Antonio Cassano Was An Uncouth Primadonna At Sampdoria – President Riccardo Garrone Dec 29, 2010 / By Goal

Milan’s Antonio Cassano Has Mental Problems – Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Peregrin London / 4:17 PM Jan 26, 2011: I reeeaaaaally want to know what Cassano said to Garrone!!!!! / 70 : 2

(JIWON: I am also the one, who reeeaaaaally want to know what Cassano said to Garrone. I’ve just read that Cassano refused to come to the event, because his pregnant wife was ill. Then, Garrone got really mad when he visited training session to ask Cassano’s apology and Cassano yelled and said something-horrible to him. Then, the rest of story have become media’s favorites.

I am not here to defend Cassano. I still don’t know what exactly happened while Cassano was called but refused to come to the event. If Cassano was called even after his explanation of his wife’s dangerous situation, it simply tells me how Italian clubs have treated poor players, who are not allowed to become anything but soccer-machine. At the same time, I can’t help suspecting if Cassano used to behave so badly that his excuse rather sounded like a justification for his lazy/irresponsible life at Sampdoria.

Nevertheless, I can’t help thinking that Cassano’s wife could have played a pivotal role after Cassano made up his mind to make a sincere apology for his f*cking behavior. At the first glance, Cassano’s wife was not a normal figure. In terms of professional career, I mean. I know nothing about President Garrone’s private life, but there must be a female leader in his family and it could have been perhaps-easier if Cassano’s wife tried to make a secret/public contact to her. This is where I wanted to interfere in this affair. But I should not interfere with what doesn’t concern me. Perhaps, this was also Cassano’s least favorite way to express his apology. Whatever…)

Antonio Cassano Could Be Rested For Milan’s Coppa Italia Quarter-Final At Sampdoria – Massimiliano Allegri Jan 24, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Then, I wanted to do this female role and finish this affair as peaceful as possible. I failed, though… too tired… blameitalianprimeminister&f*ckingruby… Anyway, I am still not happy about how this affair ended with Milan’s Antonio Cassano Has Mental Problems – Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone. There is no doubt that AC-Milan should not become a charity institution on Cassano’s deal, but it is also clear that AC-Milan saved lots of money as long as Lock Me Up If I Blow Milan Chance – Antonio Cassano (Jan 14, 2011). If so, what will happen to Sampdoria President’s private feeling? Is this his fault? He wanted to establish team-morale and had to stick to his rule. In any case, it would have been better if this affair ended with Milan’s Thank-You-Note, along with Lock Me Up If I Blow Milan Chance – Antonio Cassano (Jan 14, 2011).)

Federico Macheda Will Fill The Void Left By Antonio Cassano – Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone Jan 3, 2011 / By Goal

Exclusive: Juventus Focus On Genoa Striker Luca Toni As Moves For Sampdoria’s Giampaolo Pazzini & Fiorentina’s Alberto Gilardino Are ‘Difficult’ Jan 5, 2011 / By Goal

Sampdoria Ponder Move For Inter Forward Jonathan Biabiany – Report Jan 19, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Turn Focus On Sampdoria Striker Giampaolo Pazzini – Report Jan 25, 2011 / By Goal
Inter’s Move For Sampdoria Striker Giampaolo Pazzini Blocked By €5 Million Valuation Gap – Report Jan 27, 2011 / By Goal
Official: Giampaolo Pazzini Joins Inter; Jonathan Biabiany Moves To Sampdoria Jan 27, 2011 / By Goal

Sampdoria’s Giampaolo Pazzini: I Couldn’t Say No To Inter Jan 28, 2011 / By Goal
Stefano Federici’s Calcio Debate: Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone Has Destroyed His Club By Selling Antonio Cassano & Giampaolo Pazzini Jan 28, 2011 / By Goal

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Cody Vancouver / 6:56 PM Jan 26, 2011: the duck, and the mack daddy papa! good game boys all around, great 2nd half from samp, really had me nervous after that goal. looks like you guys picked up some good signings too! / 1 : 0

(JIWON: For a while, I was with international media and couldn’t understand Sampdoria’s Pazzini deal. I even thought President Garrone was stupid enough to fall into Inter’s trick. Then, I realized something more… while organizing Italian football news. Sampdoria was busy at transfer market… dealing with unknown, perhaps-young talents. I now think President Garrone is armed with a terrific business mind and preparing for the next season after Cassano completely destroyed Sampdoria 2010-2011. I also assume that President Garrone has been so sick of Cassano’s One-Man-Show that he now wants his club to be reborn a completely different team. If so… I wish him and his Sampdoria a real good luck. I may be wrong, of course. But then, I found one interesting comment after finishing this writing. Is it just a coincidence?)

Sampdoria Coach Domenico Di Carlo Worried About Lack Of Attacking Options Feb 2, 2011 / By Goal
Sampdoria President Sends Open Letter To Fans Expressing Concern Over Antonio Cassano & Giampaolo Pazzini Debate Feb 2, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Interestingly, I found this, too, after finishing this part. But too tired to write the whole section again. I wish President Garrone to get over his Striker-problem and enjoy to RULE OVER their enormous EGO. 😉 )

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – when big guns can rest… depth…

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Ferdinand Sydney / 10:15 PM Jan 26, 2011: That is what we call DEPTH… It is great to see a lot of subs and young players still can play at high level / 6 : 0
Comment-Ben UK / 8:55 AM Jan 27, 2011: Urby got an assist for Pato’s second as well as starting that move off himself by intercepting a pass, so I can’t complain! I’d have liked to have seen Van Bommel where he belongs in holding midfield, Abate in right midfield and Silva back in defence where he belongs, but I guess Yepes and Sokratis did deserve chances so fair play Allegri. I’m feeling very good about Milan and the direction we’re going 🙂 / 190

Comment-Tahaa Australia / 7:27 PM Jan 26, 2011: This is brilliant, for the first time in few years we are actually spoilt with good players, I mean finally our big guns can rest and have some competition as well… Pato played brilliantly, Still dont understand why Bonera for the whole season started ahead of Yepes and Papa, who are both much much better then him… Good work, we are definitely on the right track, this is without Nesta, Pirlo, Boatang and Gattuso… / 660
Comment-Wilson Australia / 9:31 PM Jan 26, 2011: Giving Ibra a rest was the right decision. Pato was good as was Emanuelson not to go down in the lead up to the 2nd goal. Thiago Silva was brilliant in midfield headed the ball beautifully to Pato in the 1st goal. Roma’s hesitation when defending the Sampdoria cross cost us a goal. Other than that he played well. Very happy to see Merkel play a good game. / 511
Comment-milan fan / 7:00 PM Jan 26, 2011: Good match considering we played with our 3rd choice keeper, not even one regular starter in defense, a midfield composed of 2 new arrivals playing their 1st match + a central defender (even if he is the best in the world). Forza Milan! / 0:0

Comment-sanmi nig / 6:57 PM Jan 26, 2011: good match! i must say…. but we still need some more fine-tuning. / 1 : 0
Comment-james Nigeria / 10:05 PM Jan 26, 2011: it was a good game for the nw boys bt they shd get prepared more bcos seria game is more physical and needed wisdom unlike others. i wish the entire team for the victory. quick subt is crucial the coach shd look into this. / 27 : 5

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – entertaining… not inter-style

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-jack Milan / 1:40 AM Jan 27, 2011: Great ! .. as i said before .. no seedorf .. milan win easily / 181
Comment-ashby Milanista / 9:13 AM Jan 27, 2011: TMW reports milan have brought full rights of paloschi. the next inzaghi is coming soon. forza milan. by the way milans game yday was entertaining not boring anyway. new signings definitively did well. / 13:0
Comment-ste italy / 6:42 PM Jan 26, 2011: I got to give props to Sampdoria, they played well but milan played first half very nice even with 2 new signings on the field. forza milan / 960
Comment-saeid Iran / 5:31 PM Jan 26, 2011: woooooooooooooooow. unbelievable. Milan play fantastic again FORZZZA MILAN FORZZZA PATOO / 751
Comment-Rosso neri / 5:27 PM Jan 26, 2011: This 2nd team Milan are actually playing good so far, the tempo is high and they are battling all over / 10
Comment-someone somewhere / 5:17 PM Jan 26, 2011: milan play football not like inter / 94:5

♥OUTCOME – 5♥ – MvB & Urby… Silva, Merkel, Papa, Yepes and Oddo

Official: AC Milan Sign Urby Emanuelson From Ajax Jan 24, 2011 / By Goal
Stefan Coerts’ Calcio Debate: Urby Emanuelson Is Not World-Class, But He Has What It Takes To Succeed At Milan Jan 24, 2011 / By Goal
Mark Van Bommel And Urby Emanuelson Will Take Time But I Was Pleased With Their Debuts – Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Jan 27, 2011 / By Goal

Sampdoria 1 – 2 Milan Jan 26, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Master says: Man, i can’t believe Van Bommel & Urby just joined Milan for only 2 days. Cause they’re playing very solid and blend perfectly with other Milan players! Prob to Sokratis who play very solid too. Now we can relax a bit for seri-a and italian cup. Forza Milan!
Comment-RizzoSports says: How did Emmanuelson do?
Comment-Hefin Davies says: @RizzoSports – quite well, looks fast, has decent technique and pretty good passing, some nice link up with Pato, Robinho + Merkel

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Rossonerro London / 8:02 PM Jan 26, 2011: Great first display for the Dutchmen, im sure they will develop better understanding and communications with the team! Finally we find depth in our squad! We are now ready to win some trophies! / 240
Comment-Tx sw / 7:56 PM Jan 26, 2011: Funny that they wrote a lot about Emanuelson, however they didn’t mention his assist to pato -.- / 2 0
Comment-MasterInzaghi Belgium / 7:02 PM Jan 26, 2011: Urby was great!! He & Robi looked like they’ve been linking up 1-2’s for years! Sokratis = block of the season? / 20
Comment-Forza Milan Milan / 9:52 AM Jan 27, 2011: Papa deserves much more than 6.5. He was truly our best defender last night: great tackles, brilliant clearances, saved our asses so many times! / 262
Comment-danbowxw NL / 5:09 PM Jan 26, 2011: actually Papastathopoulos is playing much better recently. / 992
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 6:34 PM Jan 26, 2011: Our defense held that fight-back. Sokratis was impressive. I liked our play in the 1st half. We should have had a 3rd goal to kill it though. We were always the more likely side to get that 3rd goal. Even in the end. / 46:0
Comment-stefanos_dobe London / 5:34 PM Jan 26, 2011: papa…. what a block.. / 30
Comment-Aji Toronto / 8:16 PM Jan 26, 2011: A interesting match that showed an insight to the possibilities with this team. Highlights: Another superb performance from Yepes. Great one from Papa save for when Maccarone got past him to cross for the goal. Thiago as holding midfielder is working very nicely because you know if he gets into those positions than Ambro gets into he can shoot from distance. MVB battled as usual. Merkel just impresses everytime. Urby is great going forward, good debut. Pato is staking a claim for a starting berth / 530

♥AS FOR YEPES & ODDO♥

Milan Defender Mario Yepes: We Are A Unified Group In The Dressing Room Jan 24, 2011 / By Goal
(…) “Everyone wants to play, but we can’t all play and must be ready when the coach needs us.” Star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic praised the Colombian for his recent efforts and Yepes believes every player must be ready when called upon. “His words meant so much to me. We are a unified group in the dressing room,” suggested the former Chievo and Paris Saint-Germain star. (…)

Milan Defender Mario Yepes: We Are A Unified Group In The Dressing Room Jan 24, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 6:27 PM Jan 24, 2011: A classy, tireless defender who deserves his chances this season. He’s the captain of his national team and a leader in the back. I wish he scored against Cesena. He nearly did. He’s an intelligent reader of the game… / 2 : 0
Comment-jerry d’ville / 7:05 PM Jan 24, 2011: i want to know what ibra said bout yepes “that meant so much”! Ibra should be going around complimenting more people more often as they seemingly get so happy! / 44 : 0
Comment-Cody Vancouver / 8:21 PM Jan 24, 2011: jerry, ibra said with the way yepes played, he should have been man of the match…which is totally true and humble, cuz ibra played a hell of a game! / 37 : 2

Milan Defender Massimo Oddo Delighted With Coppa Italia Victory Over Sampdoria Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-milan fan macedonia / 5:24 PM Jan 27, 2011: Oddo played only 3-4 games this season but very correctly / 00
Comment-Pippo#9 Australia / 8:48 AM Jan 27, 2011: Oddo has improved his crossing which is good. I wonder why Allegri hasn’t used De Vito? / 60

♥AS FOR MYSTERY-MERKEL♥

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-harisen Australia / 5:08 PM Jan 26, 2011: Merkel needs to learn to shoot from distance as CAM he is the one making late runs which means his further out. also build muscle (same was for pato) – he gets pushed a lot / 522

♥AS FOR HARD-WORKING ANTONINI♥

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Alen AC Milan / 6:57 PM Jan 26, 2011: Bravo Luca Antonini! Great game!!! / 2 : 0
Comment-abod milano / 5:46 AM Jan 27, 2011: has any one noticed how good antonini was playing after he saw urby arrive to the team? / 213
Comment-Sam Milan / 9:43 PM Jan 26, 2011: Good game considering all the injuries. Pato was great and I thought he should’ve been captain tonight but it doesnt matter. Sokratis, Yepes, and T.Silva were awesome. Everyone else did well too especially Antonini who hopefully get back on form. / 110
Comment-Dani Hungary / 7:11 PM Jan 26, 2011: What the heck?? Antonini was not so bad though.. Which game did you watch? He is not a world class but now he was quite good. / 2 : 0

♥AS FOR THIAGO SILVA♥ – who is Marcel Desailly?

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-APU Japan / 6:46 AM Jan 27, 2011: I am surprised how Thiago Silva played well in that central midfield for two games in a row. / 80
Comment-Docs Indonesia / 12:52 AM Jan 27, 2011: Man, really happy to see Milan is progressing. Silva could become new Marcel Desailly wohooooo. Pato keep scoring please you are the talent of this era / 100
Comment-Alexandre Brazil / 7:42 PM Jan 26, 2011: Hahaha, Galliani is a genius. And I think Allegri will be really in doubt if Thiago Silva should go back to the back four! I think he is en route to become a Maldini-Pirlo cross hahaha / 6 : 0

Sampdoria 1 – 2 Milan Jan 26, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Mak.V says: Thiago Silva is magic best defender in the WORLD then he moves on to playing in midfield assisting with goals excellent on the ball fast, athletic, strong, versatile just what cant this guy do he is just as important as ibra I would say more important FORZA THIAGO FORZA MILAAANOO
Comment-TWF says: salute to urby and mvb. i hope mvb could control his anger in the future. i would kill him if he does something stupid or ridiculous that can damage the team. Agree with everyone who commented that thiago silva is our next desailly. i recall that few months ago i posted a comment that milan needs a STRONG DM like rijkaard or desailly to protect our defence early from midfield. this strategy will strengthen our midfield and harden our opponents to attack. ideally, our LM and RM should be a player who is fast, versatile and has deadly shooting skills. having silva as DM, i strongly suggest milan to sign a top quality CB to accompany papa/sokratis in th heart of our defence. keep the fighting spirit milan. FORZA MILAN!

♥AS FOR MARK VAN BOMMEL♥

Mino Raiola Hints At Meeting With Milan For Bayern Munich Midfielder Mark Van Bommel Jan 12, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Join Race For Bayern Munich Skipper Mark Van Bommel – Report Jan 14, 2011 / By Goal
Official: Milan Sign Mark Van Bommel From Bayern Munich Jan 25, 2011 / By Goal
Van Bommel: Sneijder tried to talk me out of AC Milan move Jan 27, 2011 / By tribalfootball.com

(JIWON: I thought… that Sneijder really wanted to leave Inter in order to join Ibra’s AC-Milan. Wasn’t it not long ago that he interviewed Ibra-something? I wanted Sneijder, too, but never wanted to steal anything from Inter. When will this holy Inter just STOP this dirty business? Thanks to Inter’s holy behaviors, I had to check the entire transfer sagas happening in Italian league, to check if Berlusconi’s AC-Milan or any other Italian clubs behaved just like Inter. Inter was the only one. SIC! Wasn’t Inter an icon of Italian Intellectuals?)

Mark Van Bommel Keen To Impress For New Club Milan After An Emotional Goodbye From Bayern Munich Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Defender Massimo Oddo Delighted With Coppa Italia Victory Over Sampdoria Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
Oddo also praised the performance of debutants Mark van Bommel and Urby Emanuelson. “I think they are two good buys. They are experienced and add quality to the squad. It is not easy to play so soon after arriving and Van Bommel had a different role to the one he had at Bayern Munich, but he did very well tonight.”

Sampdoria 1-2 Milan: Pato Fires Rossoneri Into Coppa Italia Semi-Finals Jan 26, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Rahman Nigeria / 5:43 PM Jan 27, 2011: Welll done Milan. Van Bommel really tried in his first game 4 milan and also Urby……… / 1 : 0
Comment-Nacho Libre / 7:39 PM Jan 26, 2011: MvB looks to fill our midfield gap nicely. i like Urby too, good long term player for us 🙂 Also love the way Merkel is stepping up. Milan is playing awesome right now / 87:0
Comment-g hgf / 1:49 AM Jan 27, 2011: I see Van Bommel continues with his style: kicking the opposition… well it works for him. / 213

(JIWON: I didn’t know that this OLD guy was famous until I checked Korean comment section. He seemed to have a story with Korean captain Jji. Both negative and positive comments were found. Nevertheless… what hooked me was that they felt pity on this professional. More precisely, they felt sorry for the way he was transferred to Munchen and then again to Milan. Since their conversation didn’t include all the details, there is no way to know the exact story behind the scene. But it was enough to smell his private feeling whenever he was treated like that. And then, there seems to be a unanimous opinion about his hard working professionalism. Of course, some also questioned why he failed to develop his real talent in…, but I think… concerning his age… this is anyway not a good place to post their debate on his original talent. Therefore… I just hope this guy to feel “Full of Love” by the time he returns to his homeland after finishing his short-time Milan adventure. 🙂 )

New Milan Signing Mark Van Bommel: There Is No Tension Between Me And Zlatan Ibrahimovic Jan 27, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: By the way…)

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: Ooops! I didn’t know that THIS guy was THAT guy. Hum… 😉 )

♥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…)

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SA-21 Milan 2-0 Cesena: [Ibra+Binho+Cassano] Is A Dangerous Combo. Rebirth Of Defensive Midfielder Silva. [Yepes+Papa+Ambro+Abate+Merkel] Relieve Injuries Of [Nesta & Co]. Binho In Desperate Need Of Inzaghi’s Lesson. Duckling Is Dearly Missed.

Jan 23, 2011 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-21 Milan 2-0 Cesena
♥PREPARATION♥

Footballers Don’t Earn Too Much Money – Juventus Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon Jan 21, 2011 / By Goal
Adriano Galliani: Leonardo Is Doing Well At Inter Thanks To Milan Jan 21, 2011 / By Goal

I’d Rather Win With Milan Than Scoop The Ballon D’Or – Zlatan Ibrahimovic Jan 21, 2011 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano Makes It Easy At Milan – Robinho Jan 21, 2011 / By Goal

Technically Inter Are Better Than Milan – Arrigo Sacchi Jan 18, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Are Not Afraid Of Inter Playing Catch-Up – Massimo Oddo Jan 20, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: Antonio Cassano Could Start Against Cesena Jan 22, 2011 / By Goal

🙂 R1-5: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Whether Allegri Is “The Decider” Or Not, His Tactics Is Denounced. (Sep 11 – 25, 2010)
SA-02 Cesena 2-0 Milan: Rosy Bindi Chuckles As “Fantastic-Four” Minus “Alessandro-Nesta” Equals “Flop-Four”. Therefore, Dinho Announces “Until-40-Project”!

(Updated on FEBRUARY 1, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future

Milan 2-0 Cesena: Ibra Powers Rossoneri To Victory Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal
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Top of the Match: Ibra
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Antonini

1. Allergy’s sub… AGAIN. Why Pato on 85’?
2. That’s Cassano! A flick of brilliance and terrific passing!! But he is not 100% fit and can’t last more than X’.
3. Surprise to watch Yepes & Sokratis do very well. Good Merkel.
4. Silva in midfield was strong. Excellent Silva as usual.
5. Disastrous Antonini (as a defender). Controversial Abate.

Milan 2 – 0 Cesena Jan 24, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Best Moment: Ibra’s second goal
Man of the Match: Despite the woeful finishing, Robinho actually played very well and worked very hard with a lot of running.

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. Allergy’s 85’ sub Pato… AGAIN.
2. Ibra’s wonderful goal… AGAIN.
3. Binho’s final touch… AGAIN. But then… No sooner had they complained about Binho’s finishing than he assisted Ibra’s Goal. 😉
4. Pato loses the ball too much … needs to pass.

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent

Cesena Will Give Their All Against Milan – Massimo Ficcadenti Jan 22, 2011 / By Goal
Cesena Coach Massimo Ficcadenti Keen To Reinforce Attack After Milan Loss Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal
Cesena boss Massimo Ficcadenti says the Seahorses had a chance to get a positive result against Milan until the last minute, when Zlatan Ibrahimovic sealed the three points for the Rossoneri. Ficcadenti believes the team is lacking a quality striker, which is affecting the club’s ability to claim more points, and will be aiming to bring in a player over the winter transfer window. (…)

Cesena Coach Massimo Ficcadenti Keen To Reinforce Attack After Milan Loss Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Jimbo Romania / 7:34 AM Jan 24, 2011: It’s a pity for Cesena, they don’t play bad football, it would be unfair if they get relegated. There are at least 5 teams that play uglier football than they do. FORZA MILAN!!! / 10 : 1

♥OUTCOME – 3♥ superb allegri’s amazing milan

Milan 2-0 Cesena: Ibra Powers Rossoneri To Victory Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-simik san siro / 10:05 PM Jan 23, 2011: sokratis was great…without bonera and seedorf our defence and midfield works pretty good / 1 : 0
Comment-Rob Canada / 4:32 PM Jan 24, 2011: Zlatan in a great player, but its his psychological stamina that is phenomenal. While watching the game it seemed that he knew that victory depended on him and he delivered. Yepes and Sokratis impressed me and both had solid performances. / 6 : 0
Comment-harisen Australia / 9:38 PM Jan 23, 2011: 84th minute and he finally subs pato on, Cassano is good but cant last more than 70minutes. Allegri said himself it will be another month at max to get him to 100% fitness and still keeps him on for 84 minutes. Robinho man of the match easy, Ibra was off song today, Cassano had splashes of greatness but with the target man struggling u cant expect much. OMG FIX UR FINISHING ROBINHO / 1 : 0
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 1:20 AM Jan 24, 2011: Gattuso’s injury was very minor. Boateng should be back soon enough. Nesta will be out 2-3 weeks at most. Sokratis did well… and I hope he continues to do well. Merkel was very good… but the best here was the attack trio… Ibra, Binho and Cassano. We’re not over-reliant on Ibra by the way. Inter is over-reliant on Eto’o. / 10 : 0
Comment-jerry D’VILLE / 10:29 PM Jan 23, 2011: Robinho, Ibra, Cassano is no doubt a dangerous combination. From this game Milan proved they are strong in mid defence, as both Yepes and Papas showed a solid performance. / 64 : 0
Comment-Milan for life / 2:05 AM Jan 24, 2011: IMO, it should be Robinho for MOM. He was all over the place. I love to see the flairness of his movement. A joy to watch. Joga Bonita!! / 5 : 5

♥OUTCOME – 4♥ nesta’s milan

Milan Coach Massimilano Allegri Cautious Over Alessandro Nesta Injury Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Defender Alessandro Nesta’s Shoulder Injury Will Require Three Weeks Rest – Report Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal

Milan 2 – 0 Cesena Jan 24, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Chandler says: Wow! I can’t believe how well Milan played considering the absences. I agree I was scared shitless when Sokratis came on for Nesta, but he did a pretty decent job! Yepes was EVERYWHERE! Unbelievable! 8 of 10 performance. Robinho!? Wow! Does this guy ever get tired!? 9 out of 10. T. Silva, Ambrosini, and Abate did a fantastic job of grinding it out! 7.5 out of 10

Milan 2-0 Cesena: Ibra Powers Rossoneri To Victory Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-j buenos aires / 1:18 AM Jan 24, 2011: hard luck for milan, just when Allegri found out a good formation with Thiago as a Midfielder and Yepes as a solid CB, the other key piece on the defense Nesta got injured, hope he would be able to recover soon, or Allegri will be attemped to use Bonera instead of Sokratis. / 1 : 0
Comment-Vijay Trinidad / 10:57 PM Jan 23, 2011: The most important thing was the 3 points! I say this inlight of the fact that Milan have many injuries before the game and the fact that Milan lost Nesta also through injury. THIAGO SILVA was my man of the match because he played in a new role, distributed the ball superbly and stopped MANY potential Cesena counter-attacks. We must also gave praise to Yepes&Papa who both were not supposed to start but did well in the game. Nervous win but a win none the less. / 2: 0
Comment-CristinaMilanista San Siro / 2:15 AM Jan 24, 2011: Ibra scored a fantastic goal but he always gets man of the match and will get many more, My man of the match was yepes. He rarely gets playing time but he really stepped up to the task today when we needed him and showed what a skilled defender he is. The only time bonera should be on the pitch is a very last resort / 10 : 2
Comment-Gianni Montreal, Canada / 1:47 AM Jan 24, 2011: Merkel was great. Showed a little indecision here and there, but he obviously has so much potential. / 6 : 0

♥MYSTERY-ANTONINI&ABATE♥

Milan 2-0 Cesena: Ibra Powers Rossoneri To Victory Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-lims lland / 3:50 AM Jan 24, 2011: dont blame antonini, he is a right footed, he should play on the right side, but abate is way better than him, he lose his focus in the pass few week. / 5 : 2
Comment-Ronaldo504 New Orleans,LA / 11:16 PM Jan 23, 2011: I like Abate Pace and hes getting better@defending but his crossing in da final third must improve. YEPES came in did a great job. PAPA came in and did not make any mistakes. i rather have da greek then Bonera. / 3 : 0

Milan 2 – 0 Cesena Jan 24, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Giancarlo says: Luke is just another Allegri hater. Run of the mill. Hating on Abate too now huh? He marked Ronaldo and Eto’o out of the game making them totally invisible. His crossing has improved dramatically. Some need to learn how to appreciate what’s going on. Allegri has done an outstanding job with youth. Leo nor Ancelotti would have played Strasser or Merkel as much as Allegri has done. Allegri is doing a fine job. Abate is not just “okay”. Luke, you need to grow up and learn how to accept other opinions.

♥BINHO IN DESPERATE NEED OF INZAGHI’S LESSON♥

Cesena Coach Massimo Ficcadenti Keen To Reinforce Attack After Milan Loss Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Maxamed Xaaji Mogadishu, Somalia / 10:12 AM Jan 24, 2011: Yeah Robinho shld pass the ball so often i c him being just selfish.. his pass is accurate when he is in middle of the park but when he comes close to net and penalty area, he neither passes nor shoots accurately.. just learn from that otherwise u will end up flopping from Milan ur third club in Europe. / 2 : 3

Milan 2-0 Cesena: Ibra Powers Rossoneri To Victory Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-acmilan 4 ever Milano / 11:40 PM Jan 23, 2011: Robinho sucks! I love his assist, but he just CAN`T shot with eather foot! / 3 : 3
Comment-hh hhh / 10:36 PM Jan 23, 2011: it is true that robinho misses a lot of sitters. but he is the player of milan that makes the team better collectively… abate is now a good and reliable right back.. no worry about bale. yeah the same that destroyed the tired and lack of pace maicon… abate has the speed to match bale… well i am happy that milan sign a left sided player… antonini is awful / 76 : 5
Comment-Maaz Canada / 10:06 PM Jan 23, 2011: Been saying it for a while now and this game epitomized the qualities of Robinho. He is a very good holder, runner and passer of the ball. At the SAME time, he is a terrible shot. He should play a more midfield role. / 0 : 0
Comment-Glenn NZ / 9:53 PM Jan 23, 2011: I wish Robinho could find some of the finishing he used to have…. he seems to do all the hard work and then show the defenders too much of the ball at the critical moment, or shoot poorly. Very pleased for the win though 🙂 22 : 0
Comment-raph Perugia / 11:17 PM Jan 23, 2011: Damn, i think thiago should be considered for a mid field role he was quite good and he protected the defence very well. i suggest robinho should really start training shot on goal….missing all that chances was unacceptable / 1 : 0
Comment-Gold Larry / 10:16 PM Jan 23, 2011: Allegri should give Robinho extra sessions on finishing, he’s good currently but improved finishing will make him a fan favorite! / 0 : 0

(JIWON: Please look. Don’t they also suggest Binho to return to the very basic? Meanwhile, Korean comment section made a NEW analysis on this situation. That Binho’s movement is so agile, so great that he creates lots of good chances, compared to others. 🙂 And then he misses them. 😦 Therefore, he needs to take advantage of his hard working and golden opportunities created by himself. Or his finishing will look worse and worse.)

♥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…)

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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♥
(Updated on FEBRUARY 1, 2011)
♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – future
♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent
♥OUTCOME – 3♥ – Coach Allegri… beautiful football… abate… yepes
♥OUTCOME – 4♥ – Mr. Allergy… sub
♥BINHO♥ – speaks italian
♥ABATE & YEPES♥
♥DUCKLING’S GROWING PAINS♥
♥MYSTERY-ANTONINI♥ – when no one doubts Antonini’s diligent professionalism.

More on… please check
🙂 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! (Jan 2 – 20, 2011)

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