R24-27: Duckling Shares Growing-Pains With Baby-Fant’Antonio! While SLOWdorf Runs, Captain Bulldog Fails To Receive “Rabies-Vaccine”. Rabies Is Spread Among The Milan Players, Help!

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > Rossoneri 2010-2011: Flop4
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ROUND 24-27: Something Fundamental!

SA-27 Milan 3-0 Napoli: The Milan Address By Uncle Fester: Now We’re Engaged In A Great War … That These Injured Shall Not Have Died In Vain – That Allegri’s Milan, Under Silvio, Shall Have A New Birth Of Victory – And That Rossoneri Of [Abbiati+Jankulovski+Urby+Abate+Oddo+Flamini+Gattuso], By [Nesta+Silva+MvB+Prince+Binho+Ibra], For [P-A-T-O], Shall Not Perish With Inter’s Calciopoli!
SA-26 Chievo 1-2 Milan: Duck! Welcome Back! Headache Comment Section, However. Is Something Happening? What Kind Of Coach Massimiliano Allegri Wants To Become? Does He Want To Join “25+25 Amazing Years” Of [Berlusconi+Milan]? Meanwhile, Inter’s Calciopoli Still Ongoing.
CL-16a Milan 0-1 Tottenham: Legend Seedorf Runs & Runs. What Do You Expect? Alas, Captain Bulldog Wants To Become A Visionary But Fails To Receive “Rabies-Vaccine” Before Calling For “Holy-War-Against-EPL”…
SA-25 Milan 4-0 Parma: Fant’Antonio’s First Goal. Who Ever Said Binho Was A Bad-Finisher? [Ibra’s Marvelous Passing/Assist] Plus [Beautiful Cassano’s Binho’s Duckling] Plus [Reunited Nesta & Silva] Equal [Forza Milan]! Beautiful! BTW… Does Ibra Want To Become Merkel’s Mentor?
SA-24 Genoa 1-1 Milan: Completely Dysfunctional Milan With [Too Many Gattusos & No Pirlo]. Completely Dysfunctional Comment-Section, Too. What A Mess! Has Italian Fant’Antonio Been Lost Or Become Trash Again?

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🙂 R21-23: 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)
🙂 PROFESSOR-15: More Time For Politics. When A Single Guy Runs “La Bella Italia,” Where Berlusconi’s Hard-Working Female Politicians Are Furious At This Political Terminology, “The Bordello State”… (Nov 22, 2010 – Apr ??, 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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SA-27 Milan 3-0 Napoli: The Milan Address By Uncle Fester: Now We’re Engaged In A Great War … That These Injured Shall Not Have Died In Vain – That Allegri’s Milan, Under Silvio, Shall Have A New Birth Of Victory – And That Rossoneri Of [Abbiati+Jankulovski+Urby+Abate+Oddo+Flamini+Gattuso], By [Nesta+Silva+MvB+Prince+Binho+Ibra], For [P-A-T-O], Shall Not Perish With Inter’s Calciopoli!

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♥PREPARATION♥

Calcio Debate: Diego Maradona v the Dutchmen – The Return Of The Legendary Milan-Napoli Rivalry Of The 1980s Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
Silvio Berlusconi Confident Milan Will Beat Napoli Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
Berlusconi Family Will Continue To Lead Milan – Barbera Berlusconi Feb 26, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Match Against Napoli Will Be Important But Not Decisive – Adriano Galliani Feb 25, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Will Be Playing Against Napoli To Determine The Scudetto – Massimiliano Allegri Feb 27, 2011 / By Goal
I Wouldn’t Be Surprised If Napoli Beat Milan – Former Italy International Jose Altafini Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
Napoli’s Main Threat Comes From Edinson Cavani – Former Milan Star Paolo Maldini Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Christian Abbiati: We Must Extend Our Lead Over Napoli Feb 23, 2011 / By Goal

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🙂 R7-9: Allegri In Hot Water With No Midfield Working For His Plan. Pato Was Going To Fly Like Swan But Becomes Duckling. AC-Milan Still Lacks A Perfect Balance Between “Old & Young”. (Oct 16 – Nov 3, 2010)
SA-08 Napoli 1-2 Milan: Oddo Gets Odd Chances To Create Goals For Binho & Ibra! Boateng Seals Hamsik. Casual Pato Is Lost And Becomes Duckling. Binho Needs To Train Dinho’s Long Ball Passing Skills.

(Updated on MARCH 3, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – tribute to the opponent

Exclusive: Milan – Napoli Not Decisive For Scudetto – Diego Maradona’s Former Coach Ottavio Bianchi Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri: Milan Clash Is Like A Final Feb 25, 2011 / By Goal
Napoli Are Stronger Than Milan – Christian Maggio Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal
Marek Hamsik: Milan-Napoli Will Decide The Scudetto Feb 26, 2011 / By Goal
Napoli’s Europa League Anger Will Be Vented On Milan – Hassan Yebda Feb 25, 2011 / By Goal
Napoli Have Just Lost One Of Many Finals Against Milan – Walter Mazzarri Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
Andrea Dossena: Napoli Crumbled In The Second Half Against Milan Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal
Paolo Cannavaro: Napoli Need To Look Ahead After Milan Defeat Mar 3, 2011 / By Goal

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

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future

Milan 3-0 Napoli: First Place Rossoneri Destroy Partenopei’s Title Hopes Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match: PATO

Mario Balotelli Will Not Leave Manchester City For Milan This Summer – Agent Mino Raiola Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal
Roberto Mancini Praises Mario Balotelli As Manchester City Sweep Aside Aston Villa Mar 2, 2011 / By Goal

Kaka Return From Real Madrid To Milan Unlikely – Adriano Galliani Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal
Where Will Real Madrid’s Kaka Be Playing Next Season? Here Are The Options Mar 3, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Weird is that Korean comment section hardly show a special interest in Mancini’s Jewel. Instead, they praise Man-City’s Jewel X. Hum… Then again… Kaka. Interesting is that their Kaka comments overlap with their praising Pato, who is returning to Kaka’s Duckling.)

Milan Can Overhaul Tottenham In The Champions League But Napoli Comes First – Mathieu Flamini Feb 26, 2011 / By Goal
Mark Van Bommel Admits: I Cried When I Left Bayern Munich For Milan Feb 27, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Mark Van Bommel To Decide Future In Summer Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal

Milan 3-0 Napoli: First Place Rossoneri Destroy Partenopei’s Title Hopes Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-mr.milanfan BIGUP UK LOL / 11:36 PM Feb 28, 2011: this victory shows how milan should play in every match, especially against the big teams… the way milan were pressuring was amazing, they didn’t let napoli get comfortable on the ball. and the movement was very good from the forwards and midfielders, very quik… they were playing with great confidence as well, and they stayed organised. forza milan… hope they keep the sexy football going. / 3 : 0
Comment-ey yo / 10:58 PM Feb 28, 2011: looks like milan will be very good the next months. they have a great coach and so many good players on each position except on LB&RB, but otherwise the team is very strong and soon with ambrosini and pirlo back.. wow.. hope they will beat spurs and go all the way. could be fun to watch two italian teams with a triple in a row, when it’s being said that italian football is behind english, german and spanish football. And Pato… can’t explain.. just watch him / 1 : 0

Comment-Milan fan / 11:17 PM Feb 28, 2011: I say and please correct me if I am wrong, Allegri was very clever in handling that game.. 3 def-mid players in the first half to tire Napoli out.. then the every so energetic Boating later on so that Napoli would have no energy to deal with him?? / 33 : 2
Comment-Rossonerd NYC / 10:49 PM Feb 28, 2011: Great play all around today; proved we can still attack without Cassano and Pirlo. Let’s do it again in London! Io credo nella rimonta…FORZA MILAN!!! / 16 : 1
Comment-Davide Milano / 10:44 AM Mar 1, 2011: I’ve watched the game and though the first half was not that exciting, the second half was very good performance from Milan attack as well. The back four did really great, Cavani was absolutely quiet. I was not familiar with MVB except of his rough playing, but he did a great passing in the game. Gattuso ran all over the pitch winning balls, even Flamini wasn’t bad. And Janku played with confidence and pace and didn’t place bad passes too. It is nice that coach chooses players who can contribute. / 41 : 0
Comment-banga#9 aus / 4:32 AM Mar 1, 2011: Top Players: Van Bommel, Flamini, 2 Cb’s, and PATO! / 11 : 0
Comment-waterworks Milan fanbase Nagoya / 9:47 PM Feb 28, 2011: God Bless MvB. If he were 5 years younger, Im sure Milan would win all the competition they are in! / 37 : 2
Comment-Boki Melbourne / 2:12 AM Mar 1, 2011: Why give Flamini 6.5, at least he tried to support the front men while performing his defensive duties perfectly. Robinho was not a 5.5 and how can you give Nesta more than Thiago when if anything he was the better of the pair? / 23 : 4
Comment-kenny lagos / 12:02 AM Mar 1, 2011: boateng and pato, they really tried, mvb also played his best game today / 5 : 0
Comment-blah blah / 10:52 PM Feb 28, 2011: pato, van bommel, silva tops of the match. / 43 : 0
Comment-Ben UK / 10:44 PM Feb 28, 2011: Van Bommel is really settling in. I think Jankulovski was far better than Antonini has ever been this whole season. A truly brilliant performance from Pato (credit must be given to Allegri for playing him on the left which I think made a huge difference). Silva was fantastic as usual. I’d say Flamini was our only bad performer. We should certainly play Boateng over him, which means Robinho/Cassano don’t have to be dropped from the squad considering Boateng wouldn’t be playing in the No.10 role. / 26 : 1

Milan 3-0 Napoli Mar 1, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Marc says: (…) We saw today that Pato essentially did what came naturally to him, which is to play as a sniper and dominate, ala Lionel Messi. To me, the biggest surprise of the match and the best performance was by MVB. Pato also singlehandedly dominated the second half, but it is expected from him. MVB, on the other hand, has been largely absent since coming here in January. His pace has been off, his performance on the pitch was abysmal, and his attitude left a lot to be desired. Today, however, I saw him running after balls, agitating well rather than irresponsibly, and crashing the net on several occasions. Pato is the man of the match, but I’d like to see MVB win the second man of the match. If he can keep playing like this, which is two way football, we just got a huge bonus in midfield. My one negative is the trequartista position; there is now a logjam between Boateng and Robinho. It will be very interesting to see how things shake up. It is possible that the team has too many attacking options at this point and not enough footballs to go around.
Comment-rossonero23 says: flamini isn’t worth a 4.5 million a year salary.

(JIWON: I find that there are controversial comments on Flamini. Flamini’s higher wage surprised me a bit(!?), so I decide to post ALL the negative comments. 😉 Nevertheless, I am really worrying about this guy’s British trip. Spurs’ furious fans warn that a season-out won’t be enough and he should be prepared for his retirement. 😦 )

Milan 3-0 Napoli: First Place Rossoneri Destroy Partenopei’s Title Hopes Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-kareem egypt / 8:02 AM Mar 1, 2011: pato was great but he deserves an 8 not a 9…u cant equal his performance to that of sanchez who scored 4 goals thats not fair… as for scudetto its not over yet milan have a lot of difficult fixtures and all away from home… juve,roma,palermo,udine,fiorentina… inter have an easy schedule ahead excluding lazio at home and napoli away / 9 : 17
Comment-johan germany / 7:34 AM Mar 1, 2011: Did everybody forgot the first half or it’s just me. Be realistic ppl. Just because Napoli open up ( no penalty there ) Milan had a chance to score. Pato has one good game in his LIFE and now he is GOD? C’mon wake up, we have no midfielders, we do but Allegri doesn’t play them. / 5 : 15
Comment-N Canada / 3:09 AM Mar 1, 2011: Cassano should be starting these games…. He is cup tied, make use of him in the league! Rotate the other strikers and rest them one at a time. / 4 : 0
Comment-aaa netherland / 12:22 AM Mar 1, 2011: i think allegri try to prepare for spurs game by playing as little as possible with cassano, urby, etc that cup tied. even boateng was introduced to prepare for Spurs, instead of play cassano. Bommel is the only exception… / 4 : 0

(JIWON: Therefore…)

♥[BERLUSCONI+MILAN] TO ANSWER INTER’S CALCIOPOLI♥

I Don’t Think Milan Are Worried Yet – Inter President Massimo Moratti Feb 21, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Coach Leonardo: Milan-Napoli Will Not Decide The Scudetto Race Feb 26, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Will Be Watching Milan – Napoli With Tranquility – Diego Milito Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal

Inter’s Massimo Moratti: Milan Win Over Napoli Not Decisive For Scudetto Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal
Napoli: Milan Penalty Conditioned Game Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal
Massimiliano Allegri: Milan Deserved To Win Against Napoli Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
(…) “It looked like a penalty from the sidelines, but there are a few doubts when you see it on the replays. “But regardless of the incident, we played well. We didn’t allow Napoli to have one shot on goal and I think our victory is deserved. (…)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic & Alexandre Pato’s Two Minutes Of Magic Prove It’s Milan’s Title To Lose Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Master S Reality / 4:50 PM Mar 2, 2011: That Chelsea penalty was softer. / 1 : 3
Comment-Leanard Zimbabwe / 5:48 PM Mar 2, 2011: Now I dont understand why everyone is calling the penaltly a “soft one”, i dont understand because if it is a penaltly then it is a penalty. I think it was a good call. FORZA MILAN!!! / 5 : 0

Milan 3-0 Napoli: First Place Rossoneri Destroy Partenopei’s Title Hopes Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Adam Adelaide / 11:50 PM Feb 28, 2011: Milan played well, but the game could have been so much more if Napoli played better. They looked a little fatigued and sloppy after their game against Villareal just 4 days ago, so this result doesnt surprise me…. btw, Kevin Prince is a star, thank god he will be back against Spurs, they missed him in the 1 leg. Also, i thought Van Bommel and Jankulovski played well. Pato was the man though!!! / 6 : 0
Comment-jgfdkj psnc / 12:14 AM Mar 1, 2011: agree, it’s not a penalty, but napoli didn’t do anything to win. it’s only a matter of time for milan to score. I’m happy with Milan’s duo centre back, simply faultless. too bad van bommel inegible for UCL.. / 6 : 2
Comment-MannyB US / 12:46 AM Mar 1, 2011: Whats unfair to Napoli? The fact that one of their players paniced and threw his arm up to obstruct Pato’s header back into the box? Replays from diff angles show a clear extension of the arm and clear contact with the ball…A penalty seems like the FAIREST result I think. / 21 : 0

(JIWON: Here goes Sir [B]. Please note that it was BEFORE the game. 😉 )

BERLUSCONI ON SERIE A AND ‘COMMUNIST REFEREES’ Feb 28, 2011 / By agi.it
Meeting with PDL regional councillors for Lombardy, PM Silvio Berlusconi dwelled on unfavourable refereeing. His words were spoken in the presence of MPs and Inter FC fan. Berlusconi referred to unfriendly referees as “communists” guilty of having defrauded AC Milan of two Serie A titles. Berlusconi went into the specifics, submitting the Milan Vs Napoli matches of the 80s, when Gullit and Van Basten were at the AC Milan. . .

Firme, feste e massaggi per il “Codice Minetti” = Signatures, parties and massages for the “Code Minetti” Mar 2, 2011 / By ilfattoquotidiano.it
(…) Ma l’igienista dentale non ha alcuna intenzione di abbandonare il consiglio regionale. (…)
[= But the dental hygienist has no intention of abandoning the regional council.]

(JIWON: And I think… this Prostitute Minetti, who has taken Lombardy Regional Council as her Fashion Show since the outbreak of Ruby-gate, is now on her luxurious holidays in Dubai. When will this female politician resign? I promise. This typical bimbo will never give up her “Novemila euro al mese più benefit” unless Berlusconi’s ALL male politicians give her the frozen mitt.)

Lele Mora/ Ruby Rubacuori matrimonio e con Berlusconi candidato Pdl Mar 2, 2011 / By ilfattoquotidiano.it
(…) Lele Mora – La procura ha chiesto il fallimento dell’imprenditore che conta debiti per 20 milioni di euro e lui, di tutta risposta, si candida in politica. (…)
[= Lele Mora – The attorney asked the bankruptcy of the entrepreneur who has debts of € 20 million and he, in response, is a candidate in politics.]

Italy’s Minister of Culture Sandro Bondi to Quit Post Mar 2, 2011 / By hollywoodreporter.com
Bondi non torna indietro e consegna le dimissioni a Berlusconi ‎ Mar 3, 2011 / By tmnews.it
Bondi: “Non ho convinto il governo del ruolo chiave che ha la cultura” ‎ Mar 3, 2011 / By repubblica.it

(JIWON: Is this why THE THIRD POLE members are getting confident, despite MR. FINI’s hopeless leadership, whose only weapon is “Minetti-Petition”? Is this why Berlusconi’s Sandro Bondi resigned from the Cultural Ministry? Minetti’s Emilio Fede, who has been attacked in restaurant, due to ANOTHER-Scandal, is now receiving a death threat. Even Minetti’s Lele Mora, whose only job has been “organizing bimbos” around Berlusconi, announced his plan to join Berlusconi’s political party.

I promise. Berlusconi’s least favorite jurists will use [Fede+Mora+Minetti] as BAIT to topple Berlusconi’s government. Even if no prison sentence is announced for the leader of The People of Freedom (Il Popolo della Liberta), Italian prime minister [B] will eventually fail in all his reforms. Do Italian Prime Minister’s media claim that the absolute majority don’t want [B] to resign? Then… Billionaire Berlusconi clearly didn’t buy the iPad to check other newspapers from the rest of Italy. That Berlusconi’s political impotence and “Minetti-Petition” are complicatedly inter-related, and they all contribute to the POLL, which is getting sick of [B], who is REALLY making Italian peninsula a huge BROTHEL. The Italians just don’t want general election. This is what the usual Italian media report. Even Bossi’s party doesn’t welcome this PROSTITUTE in Lombardy Regional Council.

This Ruby-gate by [Fede+Mora+Minetti] is disgusting. True. However, it is in fact a golden opportunity for the AGING leader Berlusconi to RE-organize his political party, which I believe is currently full of corrupt MALE politicians. Hence, it will be interesting to watch THEIR various reactions. I thought… Sandro Bondi planned his self-sacking from Berlusconi’s Cultural Ministry in order to launch his REAL project to RE-organize the party and prepare for the election. But then… a series of NEW information about [Fede+More+Minetti] Plus [Fini+Minetti] forced me to believe in something another…

SO… Time will tell. Will [Berlusconi+Bondi] be able to address THIS at The People of Freedom (Il Popolo della Liberta)?)

SIX score and FIVE years ago our fathers brought forth on this PENINSULA a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that NOT all FEMALES are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great PROSTITUTE war, testing whether that nation, or any nation, so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle-field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field, as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate—we can not consecrate—we can not hallow—this ground. The brave FEMALES, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor MALE power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living MALES, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us MALES to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us—that from these honored dead FEMALES we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion—that we here highly resolve that these dead FEMALES shall not have died in vain—that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government of [Berlusconi+Bondi+Females], by [Berlusconi+Bondi+Females], for [Berlusconi+Bondi+Females], shall not perish from the Earth.”

♥GREAT SILVA & GREAT MENTOR NESTA♥

Milan 3-0 Napoli: First Place Rossoneri Destroy Partenopei’s Title Hopes Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Someone Somewhere / 12:22 AM Mar 1, 2011: Marek Hamsik and Edinson Cavani were playing? Heh, I didn’t even notice. / 14 : 0
Comment-Ganondorf518 Jordan / 3:24 AM Mar 1, 2011: What do u mean nesta and t. Silva 7.5 and 7? Just because they dont score goals doesnt mean that they are less important than the attackers. Both should get at least 8 or 8.5 / 8 : 0
Comment-Adi Banjarmasin / 6:27 AM Mar 1, 2011: I’m Nesta big fans, but I think Thiago Silva deserved more rating than Nesta’s. Thiago is absolutely a monster. So quick and powerful. / 32 : 0
Comment-Hello Can I Post ? / 6:43 PM Mar 1, 2011: Why is Nesta’s rating better than Thiago Silva’s rating ??? .. I mean that is so bias. Thiago is doing everything. Nesta is just organising. Please gieve Thiago what he deserves. He’s the best defender in the world and the only one that can break into the list of great defenders such as ( Maldini, Nesta, Baresi, Cannavaro, Thuram, Beckenbauer ). Please stop being bias, i am sick of it every week. / 36 : 4

(JIWON: I heartily recommend GREAT SILVA to ignore this meaningless rating as long as he can play with Aging Teammate Nesta and there are still things to learn from GREAT MENTOR NESTA. 🙂 )

♥TRIBUTE TO MAREK JANKULOVSKI♥

Milan Took A Step Closer To Winning The Scudetto – Marek Jankulovski Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal

Milan 3-0 Napoli: First Place Rossoneri Destroy Partenopei’s Title Hopes Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-MannyB US / 12:42 AM Mar 1, 2011: Im not a big fan of Jankulovski, but not just considering the fact that hes not a starter and may be out of fitness, I think he played good enough to deserve at least a 7. / 22 : 0
Comment-Esodo Karel Augusto Italy / 5:05 AM Mar 1, 2011: Hmmmm, Jankulovski deserved more… he intercepted many pass…… / 14 : 0
Comment-Silvio Berlusconi Bunga Bunga / 5:55 AM Mar 1, 2011: Nice to see Jankulovski on the pitch. He’s definitely past his prime, but today he put in a solid effort. Makes me long for the good old days when he and Cafu roamed the flanks. Forza Milan! / 32 : 1

Marek Jankulovski Reveals This Will Be His Last Season At Milan Jan 30, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-raff adelaide / 3:38 AM Jan 31, 2011: thank you for everything janku!! i will never forget your goal against sevilla in the UEFA super cup!! Grande Jankulovski!! / 28 : 0
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 12:34 AM Jan 31, 2011: Always one of my old favorites. I used to love his darting runs that he made… and that brilliant goal he scored against Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup. He’s been a faithful player throughout the years. / 15 : 0
Comment-Argo Estonia / 1:19 PM Jan 31, 2011: True champion, couple of years ago you were the best LB in the world, but the something happened and lost your form. But thank you for these years, i’´ll always remember 2007 / 24 : 0
Comment-Anth Canada / 4:05 PM Jan 31, 2011: All the best to you Marek, thank you for your years of loyal service.. I still have fond memories of some of your powerful free kicks! / 12 : 0
Comment-Rosso neri / 10:53 AM Feb 1, 2011: I like this player, he always gives his best and few years ago he was outstanding on the left flank running up and down never getting tired.. He is not on the same level but his type of play reminds me of Maldini when he played on the left side.. He will be remembered.. Forza Janko! / 4 : 0
Comment-Tifoso del Milan / 5:00 AM Jan 31, 2011: I hope we win the Scudetto so many of our veterans could retire as the true champions they are. Janku was very important for us in the past and he deserves recognition. / 57 : 1
Comment-RicardoFonseca Montreal / 4:01 AM Jan 31, 2011: Thank you Janku! You’re a true example to follow, thinking about the team first, and giving chance to other players. Such class! / 41 : 1
Comment-ac_scrimizzi Melbourne / 2:06 AM Jan 31, 2011: You always played with class and now you are leaving with class, thankyou for everything you are a true champion! / 24 : 0
Comment-Ringo Canberra / 11:32 PM Jan 30, 2011: Thanks for your dedication Jankulovski! Still remember how fast you were during your days in Udinese! Your departure will open more space for the entire squad regeneration. / 0 : 0
Comment-babak_rossoneri the / 4:11 PM Jan 31, 2011: this is the spirit of milan players that you can not find it anywhere else… love u all milan players. forza.. / 20 : 1
Comment-galh milan / 5:15 AM Jan 31, 2011: you should teach and guide antonini to play like you used to be. see you at your farewell when we lift 3 trophies this season. FORZA MILAN. / 54 : 2

♥POOR BINHO & QUESTIONABLE IBRA♥
♥DUCKLING & BABY FANT’ANTONIO’S GROWING PAINS♥

Alexandre Pato Will Not Leave Milan – Adriano Galliani Feb 24, 2011 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano: Only Barcelona’s Lionel Messi Is Better Than Milan’s Alexandre Pato Feb 26, 2011 / By Goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic & Alexandre Pato’s Two Minutes Of Magic Prove It’s Milan’s Title To Lose Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal
Weekly Italy Youth Report: Alexandre Pato In Scintillating Form For Milan Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal
Great Win For Milan Over Napoli, But Scudetto Race Is Still Open – Alexandre Pato Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal

Milan 3-0 Napoli: First Place Rossoneri Destroy Partenopei’s Title Hopes Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Smalltallest Lagos, Nigeria. / 10:53 PM Feb 28, 2011: Wow. What a great second halve from the milanese. The game was all Pato show. Up milan. / 65 : 2
Comment-Boo Java / 2:19 AM Mar 1, 2011: Please be consistent Pato, please.. / 29 : 0
Comment-mitch milan / 9:31 PM Feb 28, 2011: so i guess its safe to say that cassano’s remarks weren’t quite as stupid as everybody thought… forza pato… forza milan / 132 : 1
Comment-CristinaMilanista San Siro / 10:54 PM Feb 28, 2011: Cassano’s words to Pato worked like a charm! I’ll admit i was nervous about this game but today we showed why we are 1st place, i hope to see this again vs juventus. Forza Milan! / 76 : 6

Comment-Som India / 7:47 AM Mar 1, 2011: Pato returns and in some style!!! And Flamini was pretty good too in my opinion. Still I don’t get why Robinho was taken off when was getting better and better with the clock ticking. Ibra should have been taken off. Perhaps he needs a bit of rest to take the pressure off. Would love to see Cassano-Robinho-Pato all three playing for once. Pato is the man anyways!! / 13 : 2
Comment-neutralobserver athens / 4:40 AM Mar 1, 2011: Robinho was not bad today. At least over 90% of his passes were accurate. Ibra’s passes in this game were mostly inaccurate. The only thing he did right was to score from the spot. Once again, you are making it too obvious that you are anti-Robinho. His substitution was a tactical move; not because he was the worst milan player. HE WAS NOT – HE PLAYED A DECENT GAME AND THREATENED NAPOLI DEFENCE EVERY TIME HE GOT THE BALL. Please spare us your bias ratings! / 16 : 2
Comment-Cameron NY / 4:10 AM Mar 1, 2011: this was a great game by the entire AC Milan team. Still with many injuries and showed that they are one if the best teams in the world. Pato is on his way to being the best player in the world and showed allegro that he deserves a starting spot. Ibra had a good game, and Robinho did great. IDK how he only got a 5.5 rating. He(Binho) was linking up brilliantly with pato and the brazilians dominated the game. He deserved a 7 at least. Now it is time to take down totenham in the CL / 8 : 3
Comment-qwerty149 far away / 11:18 PM Feb 28, 2011: rossoneri you played well today, so happy that we are now more far ahead, i was a bit sad when he replaced robinho, i thought that he(Binho) was starting to play defense, but of course allegri knew what he was doing.. hope we’ll be same next week against juventus FORZA MILAN!! 😀 / 24 : 0

Comment-Jay DC / 7:28 PM Mar 1, 2011: can anyone confirm that Ibra and Pato were arquing at the end of the game / 0 : 5
Comment-milanista milan / 9:43 PM Feb 28, 2011: great game! but the incompatibility between pato and ibra is worrying. hopefully they can sort out their issues / 22 : 1
Comment-Martin Lund / 10:38 PM Feb 28, 2011: Was it only me or did anyone else get the feeling that Pato dont want to pass Ibra even if that is the most logic way to play? I hope Pato doesnt feel like he has to make himself look better by not helping Ibra. / 17 : 25
Comment-Hassan Lebanon / 8:58 AM Mar 1, 2011: i dont know why ibrahimovic get angry everytime a team mate passed any player instead of him,, but if you watch the match again you will find him losing most of the balls he got,, and at the end of the match i left the pitch angry because Pato didnt pass him, he wants all the team to work for him, i dont like his attitude / 25 : 2
Comment-Kostas Greece / 7:17 AM Mar 1, 2011: I can’t believe the negative comments against Ibra. He does things that people don’t appreciate and don’t see. He takes at least one or two defenders with him so somebody can be open, in today’s case it was Pato. / 12 : 1
Comment-dilivio nl / 10:54 PM Feb 28, 2011: zlatan should get at least a 7.5 he(Ibra) organized milan game very good like always and was involved in both goals / 44 : 25
Comment-Milan at the top! / 11:26 PM Feb 28, 2011: The people complaining about Pato’s rating clearly did not watch the game. He(Pato) was involved in the incident that led to the penalty, he assisted Boateng and he scored a fantastic goal of his own. Also, Sanchez may have scored 4 goals, but that was not against a top 3 team and it was in a situation where a hapless Palermo had 2 men red carded. / 1 : 0

(JIWON: Therefore… Everybody, including Baby Fant’Antonio, is becoming a sincere teammate. 😉

Meanwhile, ROBINHO’s long-time Korean fan made an interesting analysis on his favorite Brazilian. That he accepts ALL Binho-haters’ reasonable criticism against Binho’s worst finishing, because, unlike Madrid’s ROBINHO, Milan’s Binho looks like lacking enough concentration and competitive spirit. But still, it can be a matter of viewpoint, because he still likes Milan’s Binho, whose hard working looks like REALLY enjoying playing football. Then, there could be another crucial reason, because ROBINHO was originally a shadow(?) but he’s been playing in the side of wing(?) since his Madrid days, and therefore, he seemed to lose his sense of finishing.)

(Updated on MARCH 6, 2011) – P.S.

Pep Guardiola Wanted Zlatan Ibrahimovic At Barcelona – Former President Joan Laporta Mar 1, 2011 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano: Milan Must Win The Scudetto; Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is Wild Mar 2, 2011 / By Goal
I’m The Best Player In The World – Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Mar 4, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Thiago Silva: Alessandro Nesta And I Are ‘A Perfect Couple’ Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal

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SA-26 Chievo 1-2 Milan: Duck! Welcome Back! Headache Comment Section, However. Is Something Happening? What Kind Of Coach Massimiliano Allegri Wants To Become? Does He Want To Join “25+25 Amazing Years” Of [Berlusconi+Milan]? Meanwhile, Inter’s Calciopoli Still Ongoing.

Feb 20, 2011 2:00 PM GMT Serie A-26 Chievo 1-2 Milan Attendance:‬ 29000
♥PREPARATION♥

Massimiliano Allegri: Milan Morale Is Excellent Despite Tottenham Loss Feb 19, 2011 / By Goal
Milan To Use Alexandre Pato To Lure Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos To San Siro – Report Feb 18, 2011 / By Goal

Please check
🙂 R7-9: Allegri In Hot Water With No Midfield Working For His Plan. Pato Was Going To Fly Like Swan But Becomes Duckling. AC-Milan Still Lacks A Perfect Balance Between “Old & Young”. (Oct 16 – Nov 3, 2010)
SA-07 Milan 3-1 Chievo: Ibra Sacrifices His Ego Helping The Duck To Become Swan. Dinho’s New Role & Binho’s First Goal, Finally. Concerns Abound Despite Win, However…

(Updated on FEBRUARY 26, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – tribute to the opponent

It Will Take A ‘Super Chievo’ To Beat Milan – Stefano Pioli Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Are The Best Team In Serie A, But We Can Beat Them – Chievo Coach Stefano Pioli Feb 20, 2011 / By Goal

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

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future

Chievo 1-2 Milan: Super Substitute Pato Earns Late Win For League Leaders Feb 20, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Binho

Chievo 1-2 Milan Feb 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Chievo 1-2 Milan: Super Substitute Pato Earns Late Win For League Leaders Feb 20, 2011 / By Goal
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1. Abate(RB) man of the match. Wish him to improve more and join Prandelli’s Azzurri. MvB and Silva were great, too. Nice to see Prince back.
2. A stunning goal from Pato. He needs to play more. His confidence is finally rising.
3. Keep talking about Ibra’s attitude. He needs to shut up… but he looks tired.
4. Debate on the better position for Cassano or even Binho.
5. Controversial opinions on Gattuso.
6. Merkel needs more experience and trust. Also… Debate on Merkel’s position.
7. Oddo is RB but played for Antonini/LB… therefore…
8. Where is Urby and Didac?

Comment-fedrico milan / 6:11 PM Feb 20, 2011: everyone. didac is injured right now and emmanulason doesnt quite fit in. milan ist used to having a speedy winger / 4 : 4

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. Some predicted a draw, because it was away from San Siro and Chievo’s organizational, defensive power was well known.
2. Cassano’s questionable performance since his joining Milan. No detailed reports are provided, though.

♥MYSTERY-ALLEGRI♥ – just in case…

Milan’s Massimiliano Allegri Happy To Bounce Back With Chievo Win Feb 20, 2011 / By Goal

Chievo 1-2 Milan: Super Substitute Pato Earns Late Win For League Leaders Feb 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Dorshasb Milan / 6:36 PM Feb 20, 2011: Allegri is coward, he always set back after the first goal. he is not getting the lesson from previous encounters. after first goal we should go for second to seal the match. / 7 : 0

Chievo 1-2 Milan Feb 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-budi says: a hard-fought win at Chievo’s expense should make everybody realized that having two different formation for European and domestic fixtures definitely become the main issue at this moment. Like having to choose between two girlfriends to date with. One another has its plus and minus point. Pato, Ibra, Robinho; all three proved can be played together. But the absence of holding midfielder role could proved really critical in next CL match. Let us take this game one at a time as i am sure last night game revealed a lot of minus side which need to be fixed during this rest time. Forza Milan !!!!!!!!
Comment-Marc says: Great game today, but frankly, it should not have been this close. The team consistently lacks energy and fire, something that is incredibly alarming. Regarding the future of the squad; I have written before that the first thing that needs to be done is to decide if Allegri is the manager of the club for the long run. If so, then the club needs to be built around what he thinks will win the club matches. (…) Liverpool did just start utilizing this formation, which suits their personnel exceptionally well; our two teams are actually eerily similar in personnel and situation. I have NO idea why Allegri is continuing to play the formations he continues to do. Midfield is without question our biggest weakness and instead of switching to a formation that hides that, Allegri has a formation that exposes it. At the very least, we should be in a 4-2-3-1, but that opens up another problem. I’m a huge Ibrahimovic supporter, but I doubt he could stand alone at the front of that formation as his work rate is nowhere near high enough on or off of the ball. What is clear is that this team is not built properly. We have been successful this year, for the most part, in spite of ourselves. This team has no identity and isn’t built around a vision, and I think that falls on Galliani. We have a number of good and great players, but we don’t have a great team. Barcelona isn’t the best team in the world because they have the best players, which incidentally they do, it is because they have good and great players who are good and great for their system. They run a lateral system based off of speed and two central defenders who are able to be left on island. They buy and loan and reject based off of that style of play, and don’t deviate. A similar situation is not present at Milan. At least last year with Leonardo, you knew exactly what was going to be happening and where players would be playing, regardless of the player. What I hate about Allegri is that he far too often tries to shove square pegs in round holes. I hate that I am bitching about being in first place, but the team often looks lethargic and apathetic. That is on the manager, and it is on the manager to do something to change the mindset.

(JIWON: Interestingly, both comment section start talking about Coach Allegri. It sounds interesting regardless of whether Coach Allegri is rather a victim or not. In recent days, I was too busy at “…italianprimeminister&f*ckingruby…” to follow Inter’s Calciopoli 2010-11. But, I thought it would not be difficult to catch up and it was quite an easy work to organize happenings… until this match. What a headache to follow the comment section for this game! Is something really happening to Allegri’s Milan on and off the pitch?)

♥AS FOR IBRACADABRA♥ Merkel’s mentor!?!?!?

Chievo 1-2 Milan Feb 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Chievo 1-2 Milan: Super Substitute Pato Earns Late Win For League Leaders Feb 20, 2011 / By Goal
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(JIWON: They say bla-bla-bla. Isn’t the same happening and the same reason as what happened during “SA-25 Milan 4-0 Parma” eight days ago on Feb 12? Now, I find that things were getting worse, regarding troublesome performances of both [Ibra+Merkel], after this disastrous game, “CL-16a Milan 0-1 Tottenham” on Feb 15, during which [Ibra+Binho+TheRest] had to over-work and were left with a sense of defeat and exhausted mentality.)

Milan’s Alexander Merkel Has Yet To Decide On International Future Feb 23, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Pep Guardiola Was My Only Problem At Barcelona Feb 24, 2011 / By Goal
(…) “At Barcelona I understood how football and things can change so fast… my problem was one man, the ‘philosopher’ [Guardiola]. I never had any problems with anyone, there is no one who can say I did something wrong. The first six months [at Camp Nou] were excellent. But then something happened, even I don’t know what. I am still waiting for answers. If you don’t have someone to motivate you then you don’t want to fight, this is why there are coaches. I would have killed for Jose Mourinho, for the motivation he gave me and for how he used to stimulate me. With the other [Guardiola] there was football, but a coach must adapt his play to suit the players, especially after spending €70 million on one.” (…)

(JIWON: Therefore, it was an hilarious answer from PEP’s Ibra after checking this computer work. Even though I know how to be side with PEP… Anyway, I wish them, [Ibra+Merkel+TheRest], a good luck.)

♥DUCKLING & BABY FANT’ANTONIO’S GROWING PAINS ♥

Serie A Worst Team Of The Week: Round 26: Buffon & Cassano Fail To Shine Feb 22, 2011 / By Goal
Left-forward – Antonio Cassano (Milan) / Player Rating: 5 (v Chievo): ‘Peter Pan’ was probably in Neverland today, but surely not on the pitch. He was predictable, slow and Chievo’s physical approach was not to his taste either. Replaced by Pato in the 65th minute.

(JIWON: I am suspecting if Cassano is changing his physique. Unintentionally, of course. What is interesting is that the Korean comment section also pointed out Cassano’s struggling since his joining Milan. We need to figure out his exact reasons, because Baby Fant’Antonio looks happy here. And I can’t help suspecting his PHYSICAL changes. This is more than better… If so, however, LAZY Fant’Antonio will ruin Cassano’s everything. OR… IS THIS EXACTLY WHY HE USED TO FLOP WHENEVER HE WAS ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY?)

Chievo 1-2 Milan Feb 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Chievo 1-2 Milan: Super Substitute Pato Earns Late Win For League Leaders Feb 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-milanguy says: (…) Ibra had some nice moments and touches.. but just can’t help not to see he was lethargic and looked tired.. was missing something explosive movement.. he shouldn’t play in every match from the start.. or he should have been substituted.. (…)
Comment-Milanista says: Yeah, I don’t get why people condemn Pato. He’s only 21. Usually at 21 years of age, you would be on the bench until at least 23 or 24. We have to nurture Pato. We can’t put him out every single game, but we should give him more starts and rest Ibra. There is no reason to sell Pato. He can cover the CF and SS position.

Comment-Pontus All around / 6:02 PM Feb 20, 2011: Could have been 4-1 if Pato learns to do assist. But a very good performance from Pato!!! / 9 : 2
Comment-Aji Toronto / 4:05 PM Feb 20, 2011: Pato.. man of the match…what a way to prove the “naysayers” wrong. He does not have to be able to play with Ibra…..just give him the ball to run at defenders. Yes… Ibra, cassano and robinho would play the one- two and gel but that is not Pato’s game… he just wants to take defenders on with pace and trickery… now on to Napoli… a must win as the run of tricky games start… FORZA MILAN! / 45 : 7

Comment-Someone NA / 9:08 AM Feb 21, 2011: Antonini, while unspectacular didn’t really give anything away in the first half and was taken off due to injury concern. Cassano wasn’t as great as he was against Parma, but his movement was useful and he linked pretty well with Robinho (as well as playing a big part in the goal). Boateng just returned after being a month and a half out. Merkel was fine but showed his inexperience, while Boateng showed more maturity on the ball, hardly deserving just 5.0 / 8 : 0
Comment-DaveyG England / 1:19 PM Feb 21, 2011: I would like Allegri to maybe play Cassano behind Pato and Robinho and try it out as i think Pato when on top form is our best forward. But then again Ibra is amazing and is the 3rd best player in the world right now but anyway its a good problem to have. I cant wait for Pirlo to get back, even with all our forwards hes still our most important player as when hes not playing especially in Europe where we have no Cassano hes the only creative midfield player we have. / 4 : 1

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: Alexandre Pato Is Getting Back To His Best Feb 21, 2011 / By Goal
Weekly Italy Youth Report: Alberto Paloschi & Alexandre Pato Score Match Winners For Genoa & Milan Respectively Feb 21, 2011 / By Goal

Day off? Not for Alexandre Pato! Feb 22, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
(…) ALEXANDRE PATO has trained alone in Milanello today, despite the team was given a day off. (…)

♥[BERLUSCONI+MILAN] TO CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY WITH INTER’S CALCIOPOLI♥

Chievo’s Stefano Pioli: Referee Cost Us Milan Result Feb 20, 2011 / By Goal
Lega Serie A President Renews Calls For Video Technology Following Robinho’s Controversial Milan Goal Feb 21, 2011 / By Goal

Berlusconi & Milan: 25 amazing years (1986-2011) Feb 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Adriano Galliani: After 25 Marvellous Years, Silvio Berlusconi Embodies Milan Feb 23, 2011 / By Goal
Allegri: ‘Our victory today is deserved’ Feb 20, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
“And it was even more important today, seeing that it’s the 25th anniversary of the Berlusconi presidency. It was very important for the lads to win.

Chievo 1-2 Milan: Super Substitute Pato Earns Late Win For League Leaders Feb 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Amir Tehran / 5:08 AM Feb 21, 2011: @ Pauksi: I remember el-madonina derby 2 years ago, in which Adriano scored the first goal by hand, but Robinho’s foul was not as obvious as that one. / 10 : 2
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 4:31 PM Feb 20, 2011: Can inter fans stop complaining? Please. Don’t. There was no handball in Robinho’s goal. And Inter should have drew against Cagliari… Ranocchia’s goal was totally off-side. Please go away. / 5 : 2
Comment-Yemson 9ja / 4:42 PM Feb 20, 2011: To all inter fans that have short memories. Remember the Adriano cleared handball goal scored against milan in 3 season ago. His last touch to the net was his hand not even with his head. Now. Robinho last touch to the net was his foot. Keep hoping for milan downfall that will never happen lol. Pato strike caused all Inter fans to commit suicide lol. While inter last goal was an offside. Milan win with good goal of Pato. hahaha very painful 5pts still stands lol. Forza Milan. / 77 : 4

(JIWON: Whether it was Bimho’s handball or not…)

Inter 1-0 Cagliari: Controversial Andrea Ranocchia Goal Seals Victory For Leonardo’s Side Feb 19, 2011 / By Goal
Luciano Moggi: The Real Calciopoli Is Now Looking At Milan & Inter Feb 21, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: I think this is what Inter or MORATTI was expecting from the FOLKS. Unlike Milan’s case, Inter’s win was a kind of “Present from God/Money”, because Inter was getting worse and hopeless toward the end of the game. I’ve followed Inter’s Calciopoli 2010-11. Whenever Milan were blessed with referee’s mistakes, Inter’s case was always like this.)

Inter Full-Back Maicon Hails ‘Important’ Win Over Cagliari Feb 19, 2011 / By Goal
Cagliari Coach Roberto Donadoni: My Complaints Will Not Change The Result Against Inter Feb 19, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Then, Inter’s reaction always sounded like this. Therefore…)

How The Bundesliga Earned An Extra Champions League Place At The Expense Of Serie A Feb 25, 2011 / By Goal
Luciano Moggi Blames Inter For Italy’s Decline In Champions League Feb 25, 2011 / By Goal

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CL-16a Milan 0-1 Tottenham: Legend Seedorf Runs & Runs. What Do You Expect? Alas, Captain Bulldog Wants To Become A Visionary But Fails To Receive “Rabies-Vaccine” Before Calling For “Holy-War-Against-EPL”…

Feb 15, 2011•7:45 PM GMT UEFA Champions League Milan 0-1 Tottenham Attendance:‬ 75652
♥PREPARATION♥

Milan Have It Tough Against Gareth Bale-less Tottenham – Massimiliano Allegri Feb 14, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri: Tottenham Remain Very Strong Opposition Despite Gareth Bale’s Absence Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal
Champions League Is Chelsea’s Objective; Milan Should Watch Out For Tottenham – Carlo Ancelotti Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Milan’s Champions League Experience Will Be Too Much For Tottenham Feb 14, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Robinho: It Will Be A Disaster If Tottenham Knock Us Out Of The Champions League Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alexandre Pato & Robinho To Spearhead Milan Attack Against Tottenham In Champions League Feb 14, 2011 / By Goal
Ignazio Abate Included In Milan Squad To Face Tottenham Hotspur Feb 14, 2011 / By Goal

(Updated on FEBRUARY 23, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – tribute to the opponent

Tottenham Boss Harry Redknapp: We Can Score Against Milan Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham’s Rafael Van Der Vaart: We Can Beat Milan In Champions League Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham’s William Gallas Urges Team-Mates To Remain Focused Against ‘Clever’ Milan Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham’s Jermaine Jenas ‘Heartbroken’ To Miss Champions League Trip To Milan Feb 14, 2011 / By Goal

Harry Redknapp Confirms Tottenham Will Be Without Gareth Bale For Champions League Clash Against Milan Feb 14, 2011 / By Goal
Luka Modric To Start On Bench For Tottenham Hotspur In Champions League Clash With Milan Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal
Analysis: Luka Modric Dilemma The Most Crucial Decision Facing Tottenham Boss Harry Redknapp Ahead Of Milan Tie Feb 14, 2011 / By Goal

Tottenham Boss Harry Redknapp Singles Out Aaron Lennon For Praise After ‘Fantastic’ Victory In Milan Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal
Analysis: Tottenham Make It Three English Wins In A Row Against Milan At San Siro After 50-Year Drought Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
Comment: Tottenham’s Mature Display Against Milan Shows Harry Redknapp Is More Than Simply A Have-A-Go Hero Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
Peter Crouch Warns Tottenham Tie Is Not Yet Won Despite Famous 1-0 Victory Over Milan Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal

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

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future

Milan 0-1 Tottenham: Peter Crouch Scores Vital Away Goal To Put Spurs In Command Of Champions League Tie Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Aaron Lennon (Tottenham)
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Gattuso

Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Tottenham Silenced Us & Trip To White Hart Lane Will Be Tough Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
I Didn’t Want To Foul Aaron Lennon And Get Sent Off – Milan’s Mario Yepes On Tottenham Winner Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Mathieu Flamini Admits To Apologising To Tottenham’s Vedran Corluka Over Harsh Tackle Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal

Massimiliano Allegri Believes Milan Can Still Qualify For Quarter-Finals Despite Loss To Tottenham Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Goalkeeper Christian Abbiati Suffers Head Injury Against Tottenham Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. Before this match, they warned about Lennon’s recent improvement. Then, it was Tettenham’s GK Gomes, whose terrific…

2. They understood the reason of Allegri’s tactics, especially Silva’s position as a mid-midfielder, but still felt pity on poor victims, especially Gattuso and Flamini. They say that even though Italian or Allegri’s Milan is especially weak in that area, (… wing side???…), his tactics should not have been 442. It is anyway not the original position for [Gattuso+Flamini], and therefore, it only caused their questionable performance, which only picked up yellow cards. The present Milan should have used [Binho+Pato] or… (… impossible to translate…) Of course, grouping [Silva+Gattuso+Seedorf+Flamini] was a X-like idea.

3. In spite of Tottenham’s predictable tactics, Milan defenders’ poor performance, especially Antonini… and then Yepes… Their mentality and defensive line looked different from those of “Milan 2-2 Real Madrid (Nov 3, 2010)”. Tottenham played better than expected and Milan played poorer, but both teams looked almost equal. It seems that Milan players underestimated their opponents. It seems that Coach Allegri didn’t watch how Man-Utd handled Tottenham’s speedy, powerful performance.

4. The real problem was Legend Seedorf, whose complete absence caused EVERYTHING. Basically, 4312 needs “Very-Special-1” and “Absolute-Finisher-2”, and Milan’s 4312 never works. Especially, YOUNG Tottenham believed that they could and should FINISH their job during the first second. Thanks to Trequartista SLOWdorf, [Ibra+Binho] had to overwork and it never worked. It was Gattuso, who tried to change the situation and it worked… but then MAD Captain Bulldog crossed the red line.

4. After Pato came in, Milan dominated… but Tottenham’s goal…

5, As for Gattuso… please check below.

6. By the way, Korean fans, even Tottenham’s fans, were sick of Korean commentator, who seemed to regard EPL as his country and treated Tottenham as the Korean National Team and literally insulted Milan players… with his big, old, and brainless mouth. And this f*cking broadcasting caused EVERYTHING for the Korean immature kids.

♥AS FOR GATTUSO♥

Joe Jordan Called Gennaro Gattuso A ‘F***ing Italian Bastard’ – Agent Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
Gennaro Gattuso: I Lost My Head & Take Full Reponsibility For My Actions Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso: UEFA Ban Is Like A Prison Sentence Feb 22, 2011 / By Goal

A Video Run-Down Of Gennaro Gattuso’s Crazy Game (Milan-Tottenham) Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
Video Special: Five Famous Moments Of Rino Gattuso Madness Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal

Goal.com Betting Blog: Milan Are Just Like Their Flawed Owner Silvio Berlusconi, Arsenal Still Have It All To Do, Plus Tips Feb 18, 2011 / By Goal
Champions League Comment: Desperate And Disgraceful Milan Got What They Deserved Against Tottenham Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
Massimiliano Allegri: Milan Morale Is Excellent Despite Tottenham Loss Feb 19, 2011 / By Goal

Tottenham’s Joe Jordan Slams Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso Over ‘Pathetic’ Racism Claim Feb 18, 2011 / By Goal
He’s ‘Playing The Race Card’ – Tottenham Manager Harry Redknapp Blasts Milan’s Gattuso Feb 17, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso Charged With ‘Gross Unsporting Conduct’ After Head-Butting Tottenham Coach Joe Jordan Feb 17, 2011 / By Goal
UEFA Open Disciplinary Probe Against Gennaro Gattuso; Italian Media Claims Joe Jordan Racially Abused Milan Midfielder Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
UEFA Hand Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso Four-Match Ban Feb 21, 2011 / By Goal

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani: Don’t Condemn Gennaro Gattuso Feb 17, 2011 / By Goal
Chelsea Boss Carlo Ancelotti Defends Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso Feb 18, 2011 / By Goal
Inter’s Javier Zanetti Defends Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso Over Clash With Tottenham Hotspur’s Joe Jordan Feb 17, 2011 / By Goal
Calcio Debate: Rino Gattuso Was Crazy, But The Media Lynching Of Milan Has Been Shameless Feb 18, 2011 / By Goal

UEFA suspend Gennaro Gattuso for four games Feb 21, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-TJ56 says: And Jordan gets away with what he did and said. What a joke.
Comment-Milanista says: The ban is more than excess. Those who have followed Gattuso for many years know that he wouldn’t do something like this unless something was said to insult him or his teammates.
Comment-G says: Gattuso truly deserves to be punished but what about Jordan? Surely I believe he deserves some consequences too.. What about Zidane-Materazzi clash back in 2006? Zidane (the one who did the headbutting) was considered the victim. Gattuso even apologized right after the game while Zidane never did apologize.
Comment-Giancarlo says: I stand with Gattuso. He reacted like a human being. That assistance coach should be banned from entering the stadium. Jordan must have said something really low to him. Gattuso knows how to take abuse… so for him to react like that… there is something else not being said here. I stand with Gattuso 100%.
Comment-Master says: Ok, i’m a little confused in here. Gattuso is a italian and Jordan is a scottish. But it’s really funny that Gattuso are showing more spirit & bravery (to admit his fault) like his a scottish. So where’s Jordan? where his “scottish bravery”? why is he not admit his fault that he threw that racist word to Gattuso??? I hope someone like White Hart Lane who gave comments in here can answer my question, so i can forget that Jordan is an ex-Milan player and a racist b*****d!

Gennaro Gattuso – The immense warrior! Feb 23, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Milanista says: This article should be published in the Daily Mail instead of all the shit that comes out of my ass every trip to the toilet.

(JIWON: Well… I assume that the real reason of Tottenham’s furious reaction was not Gattuso-scandal itself, but their loss of Vedran Corluka. Thanks to ridiculous Korean commentator, Korean comment section was full of “Slaughter Bulldog! Slaughter Milan sh*ts!” Besides, the entire Korean peninsula has been suffering from the recent outbreak of Foot-&-Mouth disease almost devastating Korean farming industry. And Gattuso fell into the victim, too. Only Milan fans knew what happened to the Poor Milan Captain. First, Legend Seedorf’s hopeless Milan… and then Tottenham young players’ deliberate fouls, which failed to hook the referee… and then Joe Jordan Called Gennaro Gattuso A ‘F***ing Italian Bastard’ – Agent… and then…

Korean Milan fans missed Maldini, who was able to control Gattuso’s hot temper. Basically, Korean Milan fans were willing to accept everything, because this MENTALITY was exactly what made his legendary performance possible. Their only problem was that Gattuso was a captain.)

♥AS FOR F*CKING KOREAN COMMENTATOR, JUST IN CASE…♥

ij98****: 경기력이 떨어져서 진거는 어쩔수 없는 일이고.. 그만큼 토트넘이 잘한건 맞고… 근데 중요한건 아래 댓글 다는 사람중 어제 경기를 처음부터 끝까지 보고 글적는 사람이 반도 안되는거 같은데?? 밀란을 욕하고 토트넘을 옹호할 자격이 있을까?? 경기조차 보지않은 사람들이 이제 막 축구를 접하고 흥미를 가지고 사랑하게 될 어린친구들이 이런글따위에 현혹될까봐 걱정될정도의 쓰레기 같은글들이 난무하는데 어느정도 예의를 갖추고 글을 쓰시길. 그리고 진짜문제는 어제 신문선 해설위원 중계태도 정말 역겹기 짝이없었음… 마치 EPL에 세계축구의 중심인냥 밀란을 비하하고 비웃음을 보내고 노인정 노인팀이란 비유를 사용하고 토튼험이 공격당할때는 침묵하고 밀란이 역습당할때는 신나서 소리지르는 그런 편파적인 중계는 어디서 비롯된건지 마리 우리나라 국가대표 경기를 보는듯한 착각이 들만큼 밀란을 비아냥거리고 우습게 보는 언사는 밀란팬으로서 심하게 불쾌했다.
sung****: 진건 인정하는데 신문선 해설태도는 아니었다. 보면서 국대중계인줄 알았다.
wing****: 제발 신문선은 해설하지마라.. 졸라 편파해설쩔고… 선수상태 제대로 확인도 안되는 상태에서 혼자 지 맘대로 소설쓰는거 졸라 듣기 빡친다..
popt****: 영표형님 계실때부터 팬인 이제 대딩인 사람인데, 솔직히 해설 듣기 불편했고 가투소도 보기 불편했고 토트넘 이겨서 기쁘당 응?
glde****: 신문선 영국시민권이라도 땄냐? 뭔놈의 남의나라 경기인데 편파해설 장난아니네… 해설자가 객관적이어야 하는데 진짜 무슨 변방리그나 뛴놈이 지멋대로 해석하고 나빠졌냐??
shw1****: 아 진짜 신문선 해설 왜하냐고!!!!!! 아나 미치겠네. EPL 해설도 장지헌, 박문성 빼고는 듣기 힘든데, MBC스포츠라도 제대로 되야되는거 아닌가???? 아 EPL이 ESPN으로 옮겨갈때부터 엿같다했어. 소리끄고 축구보는게 더 낫겠다. 늙은 할아버지 같으니라고.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 24, 2011) – P.S.

Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso: UEFA Ban Is Like A Prison Sentence Feb 22, 2011 / By Goal
(…) “I want to watch the second leg but was advised not to as there are 37,000 fans over there [White Heart Lane] and I would probably return to Milan with my face swollen from 37,000 slaps!” Antonio Cassano said to me, ‘What a great example you have set, I should be your mentor!’ “My motto is ‘show respect to those who show respect to you.’ I went over to Joe Jordan after the final whistle and he took of his glasses in a show of defiance and started shouting profanity at me.” Speaking on the argument in the tunnel between him and Sebastien Bassong, the 33-year-old revealed, “Bassong got involved and said ‘you and me.’ So I stood my ground and we got together in the players’ tunnel.”

(JIWON: Hum… after finishing this part, I had time to read Gattuso and I couldn’t but laugh. I can’t help it, because…)

Goal.com Betting Blog: Milan Are Just Like Their Flawed Owner Silvio Berlusconi, Arsenal Still Have It All To Do, Plus Tips Feb 18, 2011 / By Goal

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🙂 PROFESSOR-15: More Time For Politics. When A Single Guy Runs “La Bella Italia,” Where Berlusconi’s Hard-Working Female Politicians Are Furious At This Political Terminology, “The Bordello State”… (Nov 22, 2010 – Feb ??, 2011)
PART-11: Prodi’s Italy Heading Toward Eurabia!?! Did www.repubblica.it Publish WikiLeaks? Are They Traitors Or What? Whenever Italian Leftists Are Jealous Of Politician Berlusconi’s Business Savvy…
(Updated on FEBRUARY 19, 2011)
Berlusconi’s regret at Nazi jibe defuses diplomatic stand-off Jul 4, 2003 / By guardian.co.uk
(…) “I should have bitten my tongue. It is clear to everyone that a good bit of provocation was organised to damage me. Unfortunately I fell for it,” Mr Berlusconi was reported saying by Italian news agency Adnkronos. (…)

(JIWON: Hum… Well, I can’t help laughing… but… it never means that I will accept another prison sentence for Mentor Cassano… sigh.)

Massimiliano Allegri Believes Milan Can Still Qualify For Quarter-Finals Despite Loss To Tottenham Feb 16, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Sash Sydney / 2:47 AM Feb 16, 2011: You are responsible for this; 1. Seedorf/Formation 2. You should have subbed or yelled at the captain for losing his head, the team should be gelled enough to calm each other down and rally each other. I did not see this in Milan…… / 10 : 3
Comment-Blame Allegri / 1:18 AM Feb 16, 2011: It’s your fault you started Seedorf. Ibra looked better in the 2nd half. / 5 : 0
Comment-San siro Knust-ghana / 1:29 AM Feb 16, 2011: I dont knw who 2 blame: de players or de coach. We must stl do rebuilding in de summer. Some of our players are not milan- type materials. / 0 : 2

(JIWON: Weirdly, I can’t find what the Korean comment section warned Milan for the next match. Unlike this place, where everybody only talks about [Bale or Modric], Tottenham’s delighted(!?) Korean fans are happy to say that not only [Lennon+Bale], not only [Bale+Modric], but also [Modric+Huddlestone] will be able to slaughter SLOWdorf’s Milan. True that Palacios is better in defense than Huddlestone. But [Modric+Huddlestone] will double their attacking power.

I read how both Grandpa Fergie’s Man-Utd and Buddha Ancelotti’s Chelsea were able to handle the hottest midfield of the world. While reading two different cases, I thought that there might be a chance for Allegri’s Milan. Then, Legend Seedorf’s hopeless Milan made me speechless. Not that SLOWdorf plays again, but that… how come this professional still has no clue about his physical condition and peacefully(!) allows all his teammates to over-work? Isn’t this called Mr. Brain, Mr. Manager, and Mr. Coach? I never know how to understand this situation.)

Milan 0-1 Spurs Feb 16, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Milanista says: I was afraid of this once Allegri said that this game he would try to keep the score low. I knew he would play too defensively. Sigh. But again, did he make the correct choice? Remember, this first leg is at home. If we played all out, and for some reason conceded more than one goal, then it would be utterly impossible to come back. Now, they only have an away goal. The players also know their movements with first hand experience. Because Milan kept the score low, the Spurs will still be forced to play all out in the second leg, giving Milan more chances. If we score over there, it would be an away goal for each time, so it would be a straight tie. If Milan played all out, like Leo did last year, the result might have been disastrous like last year. Man U had 2 away goals, and that was just impossible to get back. 1 away goal is nothing. Allegri might have been smart to keep the score low, but too bad it didn’t end up 0-0.

(JIWON: Now, I have a different opinion. Weeks ago, I read that Money is also an important motivation for Milan to reach Round of 16. Then what about Quarter-finals and Semi-finals? No one believes that Milan can reach Final. Then, SLOWdorf’s Milan need to make a decision, if they still want to win the scudetto.)

🙂 R21-23: 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)
SA-23 Milan 0-0 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?

(JIWON: Now, I know how much the previous TWO games, “SA-23 Milan 0-0 Lazio” and “SA-22 Catania 0-2 Milan,” were important for Inter’s Calciopoli. Please check Milan’s remaining schedule. Already now… how many times Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic: I Am Tired (Feb 9, 2011)? Then, I am just sick of SLOWdorf’s Milan, in which EVERYBODY becomes a poor victim and Milan might lose all the crucial members to injury.

Anyway, I now heartily recommend [Ibra & Co.], [Binho & Co.], and [Nesta & Co.] never to run during the second leg. It’s better to protect their priceless bodies.)

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SA-25 Milan 4-0 Parma: Fant’Antonio’s First Goal. Who Ever Said Binho Was A Bad-Finisher? [Ibra’s Marvelous Passing/Assist] Plus [Beautiful Cassano’s Binho’s Duckling] Plus [Reunited Nesta & Silva] Equal [Forza Milan]! Beautiful! BTW… Does Ibra Want To Become Merkel’s Mentor?

Feb 12, 2011 5:00 PM GMT Serie A-25 Milan- Parma Attendance:‬ 46119
♥PREPARATION♥

Massimiliano Allegri: Milan Knew Fighting For The Scudetto Would Be Tough Feb 7, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic: I Am Tired Feb 9, 2011 / By Goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is The Best In The World Alongside Barcelona’s Lionel Messi – Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Feb 11, 2011 / By Goal
Exclusive: Milan Are One Big Family – Urby Emanuelson Feb 10, 2011 / By Goal

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🙂 R5-6: Rossoneri Is Being Rebuilt. Calcio Is A Sport, But Also An Art. Binho Woke Up. Gattuso Is Returning To Calabrian Bulldog. Kick Off Birthday Party With Pirlo’s Goal. Let’s Run. We’re Getting There. “La Bella Italia”! (Sep 25 – Oct 2, 2010)
SA-06 Parma 0-1 Milan: Ho! Pirlo Mastered “Route-1” Technique… GOAL! Allegri’s Fantastic Tactic. Nice Display By Senior Citizens, Defending As A Unit. Rossoneri Is Being Rebuilt. What About “Happy Gaucho” As Captain? Let’s Run. We’re Getting There. “La Bella Italia”!

(Updated on FEBRUARY 23, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – tribute to the opponent

Milan Clash Will Be Tough, But Parma Are Determined – Pasquale Marino Feb 11, 2011 / By Goal
Parma’s Pasquale Marino: Players Will Pay After Milan Rout Feb 12, 2011 / By Goal

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

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future… beautiful passing combinations

Milan 4-0 Parma Feb 12, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Best Moment: Robinho’s second goal, to seal the victory
Man of the Match: Antonio Cassano, a goal and 2 assists!

Milan 4-0 Parma: Leaders Brush Aside Lacklustre Gialloblu Feb 12, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Fans’/Goal.com Rating: Cassano

Milan 4-0 Parma: Leaders Brush Aside Lacklustre Gialloblu Feb 12, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-forza – milan / 12:12 AM Feb 13, 2011: Nesta is absolutely vital for milan not only defensively but also offensively cos he can and usually does get the attack started from the back not to forget his long passing is also very good indeed nesta + T.silva = LEGENDARY PARTNERSHIP. We love u Nesta FORZA NESTA FORZA MILAN / 8 : 0
Comment-Aji Toronto / 7:10 PM Feb 12, 2011: A good win after two consective draws. Highlights: Nice to see Nesta playing again not that Yepes has been bad in his absence. Merkel…an exciting talent on show again..growing in confidence, Cassano inspired clearly man of the match, Seedorf took us back three years when he was at his peak. Robinho started both moves that resulted in his goals. Zlatan ..quiet but he needed to be rested for midweek. The most gratifying outcome.. a cleansheet… we all know that defences win titles…FORZA MILAN! / 26 : 0
Comment-harisen Australia / 11:18 PM Feb 12, 2011: THE BOYS ARE BACK!!! the partnership of the year has been reunited (Silva and Nesta) – bring on tottenham / 98 : 1

Comment-milan fan / 7:05 PM Feb 12, 2011: Glad Ibra, Robinho, Pato, Gattuso and Flamini played but not for 90 minutes. This allows them to get back in touch with the team following the international break and still not be tired for the CL match. Who ever said Robinho was a bad finisher? Well he’s not the best finisher but certainly far from bad. Cassano was absolutely incredible tonight. Forza Milan! / 7 : 0
Comment-Kenek Forum / 6:55 PM Feb 12, 2011: Finally good show. Ibra – Cassano – Robinho can play together with their eyes closed. To bad for Pato, his moral is record low, we need to wake him up. / 6 : 0
Comment-ForzaSandro San Siro / 7:21 PM Feb 12, 2011: When it comes to assists, he’s got no match, Antonio Cassano. / 30 : 4
Comment-hmm hmm / 8:41 PM Feb 12, 2011: Cassano 7??? 2 assist 1 goal and 7.0???? It would’ve been 9.0 if it’s messi or ronaldo! / 93 : 0
Comment-Neutral fan here / 8:15 PM Feb 12, 2011: Cassano’s goal was beautiful!!! / 42 : 1

Comment-fan milan / 11:52 PM Feb 12, 2011: Allegri has proven that even his teams can play fantastic football. he is a very intelligent trainer because he use tactics when needed to get results, but when he see that its not needed, he lets his players have fun on the pitch. milan totally outplayed parma today with beautiful passing combinations, also i have to admit that we got more creativity today when seedorf and merkel played instead of just defensive midfielders. / 54 : 4

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. They were disappointed at Parma’s GK Mirante, who insanely(?) blocked Ibra’s THREE shootings during their last game.
2. Ibra’s marvelous passing techniques and assist.
3. Beautiful Cassano. Beautiful team.

♥AS FOR IBRACADABRA♥ Merkel’s mentor!?!?!?

Milan 4-0 Parma: Leaders Brush Aside Lacklustre Gialloblu Feb 12, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-semprul njowo / 1:37 PM Feb 13, 2011: good play by milan, the only thing that worries me so much is when ibra was upset and had little argument with merkel, i hope everything is ok between them. good step over by merkel he just needs more time to play. / 12 : 0
Comment-il klk / 2:16 PM Feb 13, 2011: How is our midfield going to look for the CL? Gattuso, Flamini and Merkel? I just hope Merkel can rise up to the occasion cause I can still detect he is nervous sometimes like in the 1st half where he couldnt connect with the ball, it was an easy shot, but I have confidence in him, he has great potential. / 0 : 0

(JIWON: I seriously recommend HERR MERKEL to listen to Ibra’s yelling and analyze IT. LOL 😉 Remember Ibra’s Strasser-Kick? There were TWO more (bad) happenings caused by Ibra, which were misinterpreted by Ibra-haters, but I tried not to mention Ibra’s perfect reasons in this public place… due to TWO reasons. This is the only thing that I can openly write. This professional knows WHEN to pick up his teammates’ talent, but doesn’t know HOW to pick them up and HOW to express his respect of their wonderful talents. Here goes one more example. Poor Ibra… Anyway, I wish both [Ibra + Merkel] a good luck. Everybody knows that Ibra desperately needs a creative midfielder… RIGHT NOW… because he desperately wants to win the scudetto… for himself… for Milan… and for Sir Berlusconi.)

♥DUCKLING’S GROWING PAINS♥

Milan 4-0 Parma: Leaders Brush Aside Lacklustre Gialloblu Feb 12, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-bey jkt / 12:30 PM Feb 13, 2011: yes, pato should learn how to play teamwork not just dribble dribble and dribble.. you should learn how to pass buddy, how to see your teammate position, when you should dribble and when you should give the ball to your friends.. in this time i think ibra cassano and binho should be in our front line, for sure! / 0 : 0

♥SEEDORF’S GOAL rather forces ROSSONERI to worry “SLOWdorf’s MILAN vs. TOTTENHAM”♥

Milan’s Robinho After Two-Goal Parma Showing: Bring On Tottenham Feb 12, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Antonio Cassano After Parma Win: If We Can Maintain This Form, Nobody Can Stop Us Feb 13, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Clarence Seedorf Delighted With Comfortable Nature Of Win Over Parma Feb 13, 2011 / By Goal
Milan 4-0 Parma: Leaders Brush Aside Lacklustre Gialloblu Feb 12, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Maaz Canada / 1:24 AM Feb 13, 2011: @raja Insula: don’t get carried away, this was Seedorf’s first goal of the season. He has been pretty much dreadful this whole season. Also, the goal was nothing to write home about. Ibra found him in the perfect position, and he almost made a mess of it. Even in this game, there were plenty of blunders. Frankly, I am sick of this on and off support for Seedorf, in general he is bad now. / 6 : 1
Comment-Kostas Greece / 6:00 AM Feb 14, 2011: If he plays even one minute against Totenham, we are going to loose. As someone mention “he is pure class, he never dives”. Well, let me tell you something, it’s 2011 and the players today will eat you alive, will fight you for every sqare inch and dive every posession. So, what is Seedorf going to do with his “elegant style fat ass”. / 2 : 3
Comment-Legend maldini Gambia / 11:53 AM Feb 13, 2011: he scored a goal, but so many times he losses possession. We will need speed in our midfield vs tottenham… i suggest Flamini-gattuso-merkel,,,pato-ibra-robinho,, then he might come in for merkel if goal needed, or for pato if defending needed. No doubt his experience will be crucial for us. but he most retire after winning this scudetto/CL whatever. Grande seedorf!! / 0 : 0
Comment-milanista milan / 7:35 PM Feb 12, 2011: I see some comments about Seedorf that he was great at this match and that people who talks about bad seedorf dont have a clue ! yes… he score 1 on 1 goal.. but in number of occasions he hold possesion to much long, and his movements wasnt like those that we need in Milan… let me get this straight… Seedorf WAS great player like 5 years ago… but now he is slow, he has lack of vision, his dribbling become also bad… tnq Clarence for everything, but imo you should retire or go from Milan. / 24 : 11
Comment-veljo USA / 6:39 PM Feb 12, 2011: What a difference – with and without IBRA; it looks like we watch now serie B; and what a beautiful game after Seedorf left and before Pato came…. / 0 : 0
Comment-Allen Ind / 6:01 AM Feb 13, 2011: if u dont play Bonera u win, its very simple…. i am against seedorf playing for long periods though… u could just see how he slowed down in the 2nd half… if he had played the whole game it would have been just 2-0… This formation is perfect with only 2 cdms to help out the defence and allegri is also inconsistent though… cant say that he might not make crap decisions next week.. / 27 : 1
Comment-kkitsam malaysia / 3:35 AM Feb 13, 2011: another good match Milan! It goes to show that Merkel simply have to start more matches, he is just the engine that is missing in the middle. Flamini doesn’t show that kind of impact, maybe a sub or place in Gattuso. Seedorf needs lots of rest to produce this kind of game! / 8 : 0
Comment-fan milan / 11:52 PM Feb 12, 2011: Allegri has proven that even his teams can play fantastic football. he is a very intelligent trainer because he use tactics when needed to get results, but when he see that its not needed, he lets his players have fun on the pitch. milan totally outplayed parma today with beautiful passing combinations, also i have to admit that we got more creativity today when seedorf and merkel played instead of just defensive midfielders. / 54 : 4

♥AC-MILAN to suddenly support JUVENTUS… after MORATTI’s comical remark♥

Milan Flops Motivate Inter; Bring On Juventus – Massimo Moratti Feb 7, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Know Inter Will Cause Us Trouble, But We Must Stay Focused – Massimiliano Allegri Feb 10, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Are Not Scared Of Inter – Thiago Silva Feb 7, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Don’t Scare Milan – Mark Van Bommel Feb 11, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Are Dangerous, But Milan Are Staying Top – Christian Abbiati Feb 10, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Striker Alexandre Pato: We Are Tranquil Despite Inter Form Feb 11, 2011 / By Goal

Juventus 1-0 Inter: Matri Header Hands Bianconeri Surprise Derby d’Italia Victory Feb 13, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Coach Leonardo Bemoans Disappointing Loss To Juventus Feb 13, 2011 / By Goal

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SA-24 Genoa 1-1 Milan: Completely Dysfunctional Milan With [Too Many Gattusos & No Pirlo]. Completely Dysfunctional Comment-Section, Too. What A Mess! Has Italian Fant’Antonio Been Lost Or Become Trash Again?

Feb 6, 2011 2:00 PM GMT Serie A-24 Genoa 1-1 Milan Attendance: 26000

♥PREPARATION♥

Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic & Antonio Cassano Are Perfection Personified – (Former Striker) Maurizio Ganz Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Captain Massimo Ambrosini Ruled Out For Two Months With Thigh Injury Feb 3, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Calls For Focus & Calm Ahead Of Genoa Feb 5, 2011 / By Goal

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🙂 R5-6: Rossoneri Is Being Rebuilt. Calcio Is A Sport, But Also An Art. Binho Woke Up. Gattuso Is Returning To Calabrian Bulldog. Kick Off Birthday Party With Pirlo’s Goal. Let’s Run. We’re Getting There. “La Bella Italia”! (Sep 25 – Oct 2, 2010)
SA-05 Milan 1-0 Genoa: Ooops! Pirlo’s Long-Ball Worked! Pretty Vintage Performance From Gattuso! Binho Woke Up! Genoa’s Unlucky Password Was “Ibracadabra,” Who Vomited. One Thing Is Clear, AC-Milan’s Missing Pato’s Speed.

(Updated on FEBRUARY 7, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – tribute to the opponent

Genoa Must Be Perfect Against ‘Superior’ Milan – Dario Dainelli Feb 4, 2011 / By Goal
Genoa Coach Davide Ballardini Delighted With Hard Fought Point Against Milan Feb 6, 2011 / By Goal

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

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future

Genoa 1-1 AC Milan: Pato Goal Not Enough As Gap Closes At The Top Of The Table Feb 6, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Juraj Kucka (Genoa)
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Antonio Floro Flores (Genoa)
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Fant’Antonio
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Massimo Oddo
Flop of the Match from Comment-Section: ALLERGY

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. They predicted “Genoa 1-1 Milan” or even “Genoa 2-1 Milan”, partly because of injuries in Milan’s defense and partly because of Genoa’s surviving-mentality. Especially during Round 24, most teams took the home ground advantage.
2. Nevertheless, it looked as if Milan players didn’t want to run when there were still three minutes to go. No passing… slow tempo… boring to watch.
3. Ibra’s terrific assist to Pato’s goal… yes… they hate Bonera… no matter what.
4. Weirdly, they called Fant’Antonio “TRASH” and agreed why he was dumped by Garrone.

Genoa 1-1 Milan Feb 6, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Genoa 1-1 AC Milan: Pato Goal Not Enough As Gap Closes At The Top Of The Table Feb 6, 2011 / By Goal
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1. ALLERGY!!! Why [Bonera+Oddo]… Can you attack? Why [Bonera+3DefensiveMidfielders]? Why Binho off, who was the only one moving? Why Flamini on the left? Is Bonera(RB/CB) better than Papa or Urby or…?
2. They only have “GATTUSOs” when they are in need of “PIRLOs”.
3. Unanimous comment on Ibra’s yelling, but controversial comments on Ibra’s performance. Is Ibra exhausted? Binho’s finishing, of course.
5. Headache comments on [Fant’Antonio & Pato]. Simply headache when Milan play with the least creative midfield.
6. MvB defended well, but his passing was awful. Same with oddo, who didn’t make one good cross all game. And Bonera…

(JIWON: I think when Allegri picked up MvB as Gattuso’s partner, he knew that MvB was originally not good at passing. Or everybody knew, except Mr. Allergy. Therefore…)

Genoa 1-1 Milan Feb 6, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Genoa 1-1 AC Milan: Pato Goal Not Enough As Gap Closes At The Top Of The Table Feb 6, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-pippo says: Allegri tactics comes down to building a big defensive wall with 3 DM, and shooting long balls to our forwards and hoping that they will solve the game based on their occasional creative spark (like today with ibra pass to pato). That’s all. And only sub that he is using is introducing cassano for robinho or pato if we are not leading.
Comment-luk milano / 3:56 PM Feb 6, 2011: This is just about the philosophy now, what is allegri trying to accomplish because all I see is a weak midfield that can’t connect passes, way too many give always. This has been the story of Milan for the past weeks. His choice of players is also questionable. I don’t trust allegri anymore. / 7 : 0
Comment-uuuuughgghg iuguygyi / 4:12 PM Feb 6, 2011: People still think Allegri is a good manager? This is what happens when you train your players too hard; they run out of legs at the end of games. This is what happens when you choose the wrong players to start. Why is Bonera still disgracing the Milan shirt with his presence? This is what happens when you play cautiously and use three holding midfielders; the attack was completely static and nobody wanted to drop into the space in the middle between Genoa’s midfield and defensive lines. / 13 : 1

Comment-chin chinland / 4:02 PM Feb 6, 2011: we are in need of “PIRLOs” but we only have many “GATTUSOs”!!! i’m sure you understand what i’m saying… robinho should be more ‘resultful’ -if the word is correct…. / 20 : 0
Comment-Chandler says: I think I’m still being generous to say this was probably the worst showing I’ve seen of Milan this season. Completely dysfunctional, the midfield was pretty much another layers of defense with horrible passing. MVB rebound gave Genora the goal and Gattuso and Oddo couldn’t send a cross correctly.
Comment-Matt says: everyone on the team thought they were pirlo today… the entire attack was based on long passes, none of which ended up being any good. i agree with others, we need pirlo and boateng back. the midfield is worthless on attack right now.

Comment-Gary USA&Hungary / 7:18 PM Feb 6, 2011: The lack of a creative midfielder is starting to show against better teams. We have a bunch of great strikers, but they don’t get enough good service. Today our strategy was based on nothing but Oddo’s crosses. Where is our next Kaka/Seedorf??? FORZA MILAN / 23 : 0
Comment-Alllen Ind / 3:58 PM Feb 6, 2011: Lessons: 1.Oddo’s crosses are sick though he defends well.. 2.Bonera is one of the worst possible defender a team can have(dint track the attacker for the goal. 3.Removing Robinho is very bad for the team.. 4.The most important one is no creative midfield = no victories… 4.Allegri is a defensive minded coach and chooses a draw to a victory.. / 5 : 1
Comment-poorer game / 4:12 PM Feb 6, 2011: This is what happens when you use 3 central midfielders and you don’t have good fullbacks to add the width that the system calls for. This is what happens when you don’t give obvious instructions from the touchline; Allegri is standing right next to Oddo and doesn’t say anything about the constant long balls and deep crosses that don’t reach anyone! This is what happens when you can’t manage your squad… Goodbye Ronaldinho, We now have no depth up front. What if 1 of our 4 attackers is injure / 20 : 1

Comment-JonJOn gbg / 4:47 PM Feb 6, 2011: Milans and Allegris formula. – Get rid of the ball then send it to the box, IBRA may do something about it. Most of these long balls dont accomplish anything. These milan super stars need to play football at least against a team like Genoa. / 2 : 0
Comment-lims lland / 5:24 PM Feb 6, 2011: ibra shouldnt yelling to his teammate often, if not no one will like to play with him anymore. / 11 : 1

(JIWON: I am just curious. Was Cassano also doing long balls? If so… to whom? By the way… I’ve just found out one reason of Milan’s too much injuries. Yeah… I’ve been suspecting if something was going on during the training session. I don’t think SLOWdorf’s Milan-Lab’s diligent/spoilt players can fully(!?) digest Allegri’s hard training, which used to work for Cagliari’s Matri-like players. Just in case…)

♥DANIELE BONERA♥ – might create another section, “PROFESSOR: Time To Strengthen Italian Mentality In Foreign AC-Milan. Whether Politics Or Football…”

Genoa 1-1 AC Milan: Pato Goal Not Enough As Gap Closes At The Top Of The Table Feb 6, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-marco Sydney / 3:37 AM Feb 7, 2011: Bonera was the most lively player on the pitch today… he played well defensively (no major screw ups), as well as attacking on occasion / 2 : 4
Comment-harisen Australia / 5:13 AM Feb 7, 2011: Bonera made no screw ups?? yea he was alright, but did u see the goal?? Floro Flores was behind Bonera then run passed him to get into the area from where he scored, Bonera was flat footed and should have tracked the movement… Midfield is costing the game – early in the season we had boateng moving forward really well and Pirlo’s great balls, we dont have that link from midfield to attack anymore. get better soon boys!! / 2 : 0
Comment-t s / 5:07 PM Feb 6, 2011: Bonera is not terrible!! He is not good enough to be in the starting eleven when everyone is healthy, but this game he was the best option, and he did unusually well. Oddo played bad, but has done well de other games he played so no foult in letting him play, and then allegri but two defensive midfielders in gattuso and MvB. Who should support de defence enough to cover up for oddo and bonera!!!!!! / 9 : 13

(JIWON: I think they got just too furious at Bonera to analyze his troublesome performance. To be honest, I’ve expected Bonera’s joining ALLERGY’s StaringXI, especially after I posted general consensus among the Rossoneri about [Antonini & Co.] I don’t know what makes ALLERGY so fond of this player or he was really the only option left in this situation.

No matter what… unlike Legend Seedorf, who is anyway too old to prove the essence of his professionalism, Daniele Bonera is still 29-30 years old. He is not a member of Prandelli’s Azzurri. It means that he is left with more stamina to run the whole season. This guy was definitely among the Italian talents while young. What if he proves more of concentration during the game? I always feel that his concentration is not enough, as well as his weak mentality. Of course, I read that his wage is high. And fans questioned his FIFA ranking, which is very high. There must be a reason.)

Genoa 1-1 AC Milan: Pato Goal Not Enough As Gap Closes At The Top Of The Table Feb 6, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-guy canada / 3:32 PM Feb 6, 2011: in two weeks the milan coach will get fired because he doesn t know how to use players. I can believe Bonera is playing at the beginning of the game. i have respect for bonera, but as a coach duty, u see the player is not very motivate for a full game. / 19 : 1

Genoa 1-1 Milan Feb 6, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Berlusconi says: @ Milan Q8. Our enemies had a major problem and they changed their coach, look what happened. What happens in the team training ground reflects on the field. But i dont understand when you say the players should resolve the issue, What issue can BONERA really have starting for Milan all the time. how can a coach play 3 defensive midfielders and expect to attack, its not players issue, its a strategy issue, actually the players have lost confident and look lost, you can see it in their body language. Allegri cannot motivate the team.

(JIWON: Please look. Two different comment sections say one thing. Isn’t it interesting? What I feel weird is that… just like Legend Seedorf, Bonera was also the one, who made a quicker response and played better whenever he was openly insulted. And then… things got worse. Now, this is what’s happened. They are talking about Motivation. Doesn’t it mean a specific Mentality? Days ago, there was one Korean fan, who couldn’t understand everybody’s insulting Bonera, because he still remembers Bonera’s terrific “Mentality & Nesta-like-Concentration” during his Parma days. Then, all Milan fans laughed at his comment praising Young-Bonera. In fact, Korean comments on Milan’s Bonera have been purely negative for the past couple of years. Now, they seem never to expect his improvement.

It’s been months that I was organizing and writing about being an Italian Football Club. While doing this work, I couldn’t help suspecting if some Italian players were wrongly protected by You-Know-Who in Berlusconi’s management department, and therefore, some Foreign players were also abusing this system.)

Genoa 1-1 AC Milan: Pato Goal Not Enough As Gap Closes At The Top Of The Table Feb 6, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Ac milan milan / 7:46 PM Feb 6, 2011: I think that the italian federation has put pressure on top club teams to play italians for the national team-understandable. Is it worth pointing out that milan haven’t won since Nesta’s injury. I hope Leggrotaglie gets well soon. / 17 : 1

(JIWON: Interestingly, both Korean and international comment section expect Italian Leggrotaglie’s terrific mentality. It was couple of days ago that I finished this part, PROFESSOR-13: There Ought To Be Italian Version Of “Financial Fair Play Rules”. Or AC-Milan Can’t Buy Italian Players! Under the normal circumstances, AC-Milan will be toward Foreign-Milan. And I promise. If [Bonera & Co.] fail to prove enough “Mentality or Concentration”, those “untalented or weak or spoilt” Italian players will have to be the first one to leave Foreign-Milan. Their Foreign friends will follow them. Who knows? MR. ALLERGY will lead this group out of AC-Milan. Altogether, they will pave the way for the Italian Kids who are dreaming to become another Baggio, another Del Piero, another Pirlo, another Gattuso, another Maldini, another Nesta, another Baresi, etc.)

♥FANT’ANTONIO CASSANO♥

Genoa 1-1 Milan Feb 6, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Bemoans Poor Second Half Performance Following Genoa Draw Feb 6, 2011 / By Goal
Genoa 1-1 AC Milan: Pato Goal Not Enough As Gap Closes At The Top Of The Table Feb 6, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-No chemsitry b.n Ibra-Pato, Cass-pato / 7:24 PM Feb 6, 2011: Pato may score goals but he he CAN NOT do it on his own. He is so dependent on creative players like IBRA, Ronaldiho. I prefer Robinho-Ibra-Casso for the first 60 min. And there is NO chemistry between IBRA-PATO, Cass-PATO. / 9 : 8

Comment-nick says: This match was painful to watch. … Allegri should risk playing Cassano with Ibra and Pato more because Robinho’s finishing is killing our game. … The team desperately needs a Trequartista like Kaka, Ganso, Arturo Vidal or Mario Goetze!
Comment-CONCERNED4MILAN NAPOLI / 5:04 PM Feb 6, 2011: Substituting R70 for C99 for a big mistake. C99 should have come in for one of the holding midfield guys. R70 may not be very composed in front of goal, but he is the only one who create confusion for opposing defenders. Also, he links up well with Ibra. Milan should stick with Ibra, pato upfront, and R70 and Cassano behind them. Bonera should be used as a sub. R70 apart from Ibra is the only mobile player in the Milan squad – he runs for the whole 90 minutes. / 19 : 1
Comment-milanista93 says: @shervin. you are over-reacting man. u shouldn’t curse him(Allergy) like that. Actually his main mistakes are playing bonera, 3 defensive midfielders and choose wrong people to sub. pato should be subbed for cassano. robinho is the only our source of creativity. if we continue to drops more points then we won’t win scudetto. i’ve been waiting for many years since champions league glory 2007 for scudetto. Milan won’t win anything if we continue to play like this and i am FED UP!!!!!

Comment-Ibra can not save Milan always / 4:35 PM Feb 6, 2011: I dont like Robinho but I prefer Robinho-Ibra-Cassano for the first 60 min. Pato may score goals but that is it. Defenders dont even worry so much about Pato cuz he waits others to create chances. IBRA CAN NOT SAVE MILAN ALWAYS, he has at least 3 defenders around him. The other super stars must do something. / 46 : 8
Comment-Ronaldo504 New Orleans,LA / 6:08 AM Feb 7, 2011: Yo Kostas Greece, i have to disagree with you on PATO, He’s one of the best young finisher in the game. His Speed/Pace and dribbling skills combined with knack for scoring goals and powerful shot. Does he need to improve? absolutely. Build up play/link. Yes passing is limited, Hes not a creator but hes a great scorer. and thats what you want from your striker. / 2 : 0

Comment-beirut lebanon / 4:09 PM Feb 6, 2011: pato, cassano, ibra cannot coexist in the same lineup. they all want the ball while they r standing. static football.. / 10 : 1
Comment-me italy ACM / 4:02 PM Feb 6, 2011: Not good enough I’m afraid from my team. With Pato robinho and ibra up front we should be scoring more goals. Ibra is amazing but he cant score every match. Robinho, pato and cassano need to do more up front. / 12 : 1

Comment-Milano Q8 / 4:52 PM Feb 6, 2011: The issue is not with Allegri, the issue is with Milan players. Problem between midfielders and attack, ball is not being passed properly and when it is the finishing is not there. Understanding between players especially upfront must take place immediately. This probably is the responsibility of Allegri to handle but if the players don’t cooperate nothing will change. Yes we may be still un top but enough is enough we are losing silly points so pull your act together and play as a team. Forza Milan / 5 : 1

(JIWON: Therefore…)

Genoa 1-1 Milan Feb 6, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Best Moment: Pato’s goal
Man of the Match: Hard to choose one tbh, Pretty much everyone was poor second half, compared to the first.

(JIWON: Everybody now knows why Brazilian Pato should learn how to become a team player. Then what about Italian Fant’Antonio?)

Please check
🙂 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)

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.
Milan 2-0 Cesena: Ibra Powers Rossoneri To Victory Jan 23, 2011 / By Goal
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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-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

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.
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

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!!
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-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-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

(JIWON: Above is what happened to Sampdoria President Garrone’s least favorite Italian player during the previous games. Isn’t it amazing to check Cassano’s fast changes? Please check the characteristics of the opponent teams. Don’t Cassano’s fast changes sound more interesting? And then, there is Raul’s interview on October 2008, explaining Cassano’s characteristics. Isn’t it much more amazing to check Cassano’s fast changes?

Basically, I wanted to finish this part as “P.S.” in “Sampdoria 1-2 Milan (Jan 26, 2011)”. But… not only I was not sure of my FEELING, but also I wanted to observe more happenings to our darling BABY Fant’Antonio. Reading final happenings both to Ibra’s Cassano and Cassano’s Garrone, which was five days ago, suddenly led me to imagine comical happenings at Kindergartens.)

1. There exists politics even among the Kindergarten kids. It’s fun to watch how they engage in naïve psychological warfare. Especially when a wanna-be-boss boy moves into his NEW headquarters, but FEELs that a bigger cock looks like valiant on his own dunghill.
2. While LEO’s Milan was functioning as Dinho’s One-Man-Team, Garrone’s Sampdoria was also Cassano’s One-Man-Team. There’s a difference, however.
3. Dinho’s One-Man-Team was assisted by Striker Pato’s finishing and is eventually guilty of distorting his native talent, whereas Cassano’s One-Man-Team used to cultivate Striker Pazzini’s whatsoever talent, including finishing/heading ability.

(JIWON: Since I am not sure of my language skill and even much less sure of football knowledge… I don’t know how to explain this situation.)

Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli Confirms FIFA’s Thiago Motta Approval, Warns Antonio Cassano Feb 7, 2011 / By Goal
(…) Cassano has been reformed at Milan following his rebel tactics at Sampdoria. And Prandelli has warned future unrest could lead to the playmaker waving goodbye to la Nazionale. “I have not said anything in particular to him. I said what I had to when needed. He knows he has a last chance,” Prandelli told the press at Coverciano. “He needs to show correct behaviour with consistency.” (…)

(JIWON: Then… even Korean comment section called Fant’Antonio TRASH during this game. I tried to find its reason but failed. But still… I FEEL that it didn’t mean that Cassano is not trying.)

AC Milan striker Ibrahimovic tells Man City firebrand Balotelli: We do not need you Jan 22, 2011 / By tribalfootball.com
Antonio Cassano: Milan Can Win Everything; No Room For Manchester City Striker Mario Balotelli Feb 5, 2011 / By Goal
Exclusive: Alexandre Pato Won’t Leave Milan In June – Former Coach Ilario Castagner Feb 5, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Which part of this computer work caused Ibra’s article? Please check R18-20. Which part of this computer work caused Cassano’s article? Please check R21-24. Do you think these are [Ibra+Cassano’s] blatant lip service? I don’t think so.

While reading the comment section complaining Cassano’s diligent passing solely to Ibra during Milan 0-0 Lazio (Feb 1, 2011), I suddenly realized that our dearest BABY Fant’Antonio has accustomed himself to Cassano-or-Whoever’s One-Man-Team so much so that he simply doesn’t know how to train himself to become a team player.)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Cassano+Instinct
(… instinctive shot … natural instinct to create opportunities … acting on instinct … aggressively instinctive …)

(JIWON: So many information/articles about “Cassano & Instinct”. I assume that even his diligent passing solely to Ibra was simply BABY Fant’Antonio’s acting on instinct. I assume, too, that this is perhaps one reason why Cassano looked AWKWARD whenever he plays for Whoever’s Azzurri.)

It’s Almost As If I Beat Up Antonio Cassano – Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone Feb 7, 2011 / By Goal
“I would not like to tell the real story about what happened with Cassano. Why not ask Cassano why he will only speak in ten years as he has said three or four times? It seems as if I beat him up… I don’t think this will be easy. It’s a nasty thing,” Garrone told the press.

(JIWON: Ho! How come President Garrone knows that I am writing his name again? 😉 It seems as if both hot-tempered Italian guys really, really need time. 😦 Anyway, not only I hardly know THIS nasty happening, but also I only have limited knowledge about football, and therefore, I must stop. Now, I will do NOTHING until I finish my planned writing about Berlusconi’s Female Politicians.

I just felt that neither Binho nor Pato but Cassano was a key here. I just thought that both Brazilian Duckling and Italian Baby Fant’Antonio should LIVE together in order to learn what they should learn to understand each other. If Italian Cassano is “Man of Instinct”, Brazilian Pato is “Man of Sense” just like Dinho. Right? Aren’t they both the future of Italian/Brazilian National Team? IF… if Italian Carolina takes care of her first BABY’s health very carefully. 😉 )

(Updated on FEBRUARY 15) – P.S.

Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic: I Am Tired Feb 9, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Alexandre Pato: I Don’t Have A Problem Playing Alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic Feb 7, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Alexandre Pato: I Like Playing As A Centre-Forward Feb 9, 2011 / By Goal
There Are No Creativity Problems When I Play With Pato & Robinho – Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Feb 15, 2011 / By Goal

Massimiliano Allegri Knows What He’s Doing At Milan – Antonio Cassano Feb 7, 2011 / By Goal
Germany 1-1 Italy: Late Rossi Goal Cancels Out Klose Opener Feb 9, 2011 / By Goal
Italy Are Back & With Authority – FIGC President Giancarlo Abete Feb 10, 2011 / By Goal

I Have Yet To Fully Adapt To Serie A – Milan’s Mark Van Bommel Feb 8, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Midfielder Mark Van Bommel Reveals He Would Love To Play For Tottenham Feb 8, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Korean comment section praising Cassano. Therefore… no need to check these comment sections.)

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