R28-31: Legend Seedorf To Become Media Darling… Again. Yeah, Milan Will Lose The Scudetto. Standard Equipment For Serie-A Is Inter’s Calciopoli.

🙂 Italy-Belcanto > Rossoneri 2010-2011: Flop4
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ROUND 28-31: Something Fundamental!

SA-31 Milan 3-0 Inter: Fun To Watch. Hard To Pick Man Of The Match. Pato Snatches Victory. Cassano’s 10-minute Epic For Excite-&-Entertainment. Binho Has A Cesar-Phobia. A Premonition Of Inter’s Calciopoli After Derby. Just In Case, Please Call Thiago “Iago’s Daddy”.
SA-30 Palermo 1-0 Milan: No Wonder Milan Teammates Shit Themselves When Legend Seedorf Steps Up. What Do You Expect? Standard Equipment For Serie-A Is Inter’s Calciopoli.
SA-29 Milan 1-1 Bari: Earthquake Struck San-Siro When Cassano Dared To Confront Mafiosi Italy. What’s The Reason Of Inter’s Calciopoli When Bari Can’t Anyway Avoid Demotion? Why Only Ibra Receives Three Match Ban While Referee Brighi Doesn’t?
CL-16b Tottenham 0-0 Milan: Captain Seedorf’s Ambitious Plan To Offer Mr. Allergy’s Ailing Strikers To Lackluster Tottenham. But… Is This The End Of The Story? Unexpected News From Kaka In Spain.
SA-28 Juventus 0-1 Milan: Revenge Is Sweet! Did English Media Watch Gattuso? Headache Bad Boys Band, As [Pato+Ibra] Have “Fever+BackProblem”. Alas, Juve Park The Bus In Front Of Their Goal.

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🙂 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! (Feb 6 – 28, 2011)
🙂 PROFESSOR-16: Legend Seedorf Paints Picture Of Hunger & Intelligence. Therefore, Every Each Milan Player Is To Become Either Another SLOWdorf Or Another Stupid-Italian. (Mar 20 – Apr 19, 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-31 Milan 3-0 Inter: Fun To Watch. Hard To Pick Man Of The Match. Pato Snatches Victory. Cassano’s 10-minute Epic For Excite-&-Entertainment. Binho Has A Cesar-Phobia. A Premonition Of Inter’s Calciopoli After Derby. Just In Case, Please Call Thiago “Iago’s Daddy”.

Apr 2, 2011•7:45 PM BST Serie A31 Milan 3-0 Inter Milan Attendance:‬ 79000
♥PREPARATION♥

Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli Praises Inter’s Youth Academy Mar 7, 2011 / By Goal
Milan ultra arrested after police find ‘lethal explosive’ at San Siro Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani Slams Inter’s ‘Fake Treble’ Win Mar 8, 2011 / By Goal
Adriano Galliani & Christian Abbiati agree Milan derby against Inter is ‘not decisive’ Mar 29, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Massimiliano Allegri: Inter game is the biggest of my career Mar 31, 2011 / By Goal

Leonardo hurt us by joining Inter – Milan’s Christian Abbiati Mar 30, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Thiago Silva: Leonardo was right to move to Inter Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Must Prepare Well For The Derby Della Madonnina – Gennaro Gattuso Mar 22, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Will Play Their Best Football Against Inter – Ignazio Abate Mar 24, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Robinho: I will score against Inter in derby Mar 30, 2011 / By Goal
Ex-Milan star Ronaldinho hopes Rossoneri win derby and Scudetto Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal

Exclusive: Milan’s Urby Emanuelson eagerly anticipating Inter derby Apr 1, 2011 / By Goal
TEAM NEWS: Antonio Cassano starts Milan derby on bench Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal

Did you know? Today is Seedorf’s birthday? April Fool’s Day / By Yahoo! Answers

(Updated on APRIL 15, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – tribute to the opponent
♥“NO-CALCIOPOLO ZONE” IN ITALIAN FOOTBALL, PLEASE!♥

Derby won’t decide Scudetto: Inter’s Massimo Moratti Mar 29, 2011 / By Goal

Inter’s Leonardo: Milan derby is not ‘crucial’ and will not decide the championship Mar 31, 2011 / By Goal
Inter’s Leonardo vows to celebrate if his team secure derby win over Milan Apr 1, 2011 / By Goal

Inter’s Samuel Eto’o: Milan derby will not decide the championship Apr 1, 2011 / By Goal
Inter’s Dejan Stankovic reveals coach Leonardo inspires team to play better Mar 30, 2011 / By Goal
Antonio Cassano is a friend, but I hope Inter beat Milan – Giampaolo Pazzini Mar 31, 2011 / By Goal
Inter’s Marco Materazzi: Milan derby is ‘the game of all games’ Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Even though I honestly don’t want to create this section… 😉 )

Inter’s Leonardo admits Milan’s advantage is too big to claw back after derby loss Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal
Inter’s Javier Zanetti: Antonio Cassano dived to earn penalty for Milan Apr 3, 2011 / By Goal
Inter’s Wesley Sneijder upset by tough tackling from Milan’s Mark van Bommel in derby defeat Apr 4, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Therefore…)

Week 31: Title Decider: Milan (3) vs Inter (0) 4/2/2011 Since Mar 19, 2011 / By The Red & Black Forums
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Comment-#2578-Marcus / 03-04-2011, 02:29: Excellent article by zonal marking, great tactical analysis as ever.
Comment-#2653-gaizka22 / / 03-04-2011, 15:23: I hope the players will not get over confident with this win. It was a very important win no doubt (for position, points and bragging rights) but we still have 7 games including away games vs Fiorentina, Roma and Udinese. I would like everybody to remember the 07/08 season. After we won the derby vs Inter (Kaka and Pippo goals), we were so confident we would finish in the top 4 (such was the quality of our team that season that make 4th place the most feasible objective) and then BAM! we lost the away game to Napoli and finished at 5th place.

Official: Clarence Seedorf Thread Since Apr 1, 2005 / By The Red & Black Forums
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Comment-#3436-Ashish / 03-04-2011, 01:21: He was a true play maker today fuck i should admit i havent seen this version of seedorf for a long time. Thanks leo for providing him lot of space

Leonardo’s ‘crazy’ approach exposed as Milan’s trouncing of Inter all but clinches Scudetto Apr 3, 2011 / By Goal
Massimo Moratti wants Real Madrid’s Jose Mourinho to return to Inter bench alongside Leonardo – report Apr 3, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: I have to wonder why LEO played for Legend Seedorf… anyway…)

Milan 3-0 Inter: Pato double decides eventful Derby della Madonnina Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Inter fan NZ / 11:13 PM Apr 2, 2011: Some of the refs calls bugged me but there was no way Inter deserved to win after todays performance. Congratulations AC. / 40 : 2
Comment-zaraki inter / 12:03 AM Apr 3, 2011: the reff was actually good some wrong calls but not of big affect on the game, eto missed pazzini isolated cant make space for himself, micon not motivated chivu ronecha partnership dint work, milito just came back, it was just our loss, as for leo his only mistake was not playing stankovk from the start, over all a game for us to forget and focus on wining in cl and the coming matches Leage race is still not over 5 points diff with 6 games left, inter till the end!!! / 1 : 0
Comment-Peregrin London / 9:07 PM Apr 2, 2011: The first goal was magical!!! Leonardo looked like he’d been slapped after that!!! / 9 : 2
Comment-inter milan / 9:07 PM Apr 2, 2011: cant help but laugh, the 2nd goal was clearly offside. this what makes italy’s football ruined… / 5 : 15
Comment-sal rome / 9:08 PM Apr 2, 2011: by bad refereeing are you referring to the part where the ref decided to ignore the handball of maicon in his own box? which was supposed to be a penalty but it wasn’t? then yes. bad refereeing. / 15 : 6
Comment-rai italy / 9:27 PM Apr 2, 2011: I am watching the match here on tv. Inter just look like they have given up. I am an ac milan fan, but what the hell are inter doing walking around the pitch. / 14 : 1
Comment-Asd Zxc / 10:06 PM Apr 2, 2011: 2nd goal was no way offside. Ball was level with pato when played. Motta’s header was blocked OFF the line. Abbiati’s body’s in the goal but this is not basketball. The whole of the ball isnt over the line. Maicon clearly raised his hand and handled the ball. Anyway sore inter fans, if u can’t swallow this defeat, please swallow yourself. Milan havent won an easier game for quite some time. / 99 : 3
Comment-Emirnem Indonesia / 10:49 PM Apr 2, 2011: most of referee decision in this game was wrong, 1. Maicon Handball should be given penalty for Milan. 2. Robinho wasnt diving, Ranocchia cross his legs against Robinho 3. Inter goal disallowed. Zambrotta should be given red card instead of bad tackle that he done. 4. Flamini wasnt offside, his goal should be allowed. Anyway, congratulation for Milan. Forza Inter. / 4 : 9

Comment-edi Pr / 9:53 PM Apr 2, 2011: I now 3 thinks from tonight Milan,Man. united, and Barca even if they lose are champions in there leagues, so now 2 month’s the leagues are going to be boring. I am not Milan fan but I am happy that Inter are not in the first place anymore, so for Moratti ” Calcopoli is over, and you are not wining the league next 20 years”. / 16 : 4

(JIWON: Do you really think Inter’s Calciopoli is over? What would the ENTIRE folks, especially media, claim if Berlusconi’s Milan owed their Derby win to Referees? It will be safe for Inter’s side to continue their Calciopoli with OTHER teams… especially when Milan’s remaining schedule is mostly away games vs Fiorentina, Roma and Udinese. I promise. Something will happen.)

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future… fun to watch.

Milan 3-0 Inter: Pato double decides eventful Derby della Madonnina Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Seedorf
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Pato

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. FUN TO WATCH! They wonder more and more about why Milan couldn’t make Champions League… against Tottenham. NOW… despite Milan’s incredibly f*cking(!) achievement in recent days, Milan seems to be one step closer to the Scudetto.
2. In short, Inter did nothing, except Cesar’s hard working. If you watch re-play, it was a clear handball by Maicon.
3. Meanwhile, Milan’s passing improved and this situation makes them imagine Pirlo’s Milan… All together, they are happy that they will be able to watch Young Milan next year… especially in the midfield.
4. Kudos to Abbiati, who survived at least THREE crucial moments. Kudos to Abate’s terrific cross, as well.
5. PATO!!! What a sense! What if he suffers NO injury?
6. NESTA!!! They are talking about Nesta’s aging performance… especially during this season. It literally made me sick of SLOWdorf’s Milan. They say that this Italian professional could have won “BEST-AWARD” last year, if not his injury.
6. CASSANO!!! They now understand why they call him CASSANO and what really means CASSANO… in the world of ENTERTAINMENT… ha-ha. 😉 By the way, which one sounds more dramatic? Cassano’s 10 minute epic? Or Bolton’s Ivan Klasnic’s rollercoaster affair, in which he went from hero to villain in the second minute of injury time… but 15 minutes after coming off the bench?
7. Nice to watch Brazilian DUO. Binho is such an agile footballer… but then… he missed THREE chances to score! It looks as if he has a Cesar-Phobia. 😉 In total, he could have scored more than TWENTY during this season. 😦
8. They felt sorry for Silva, whose terrific performance failed to be caught by CAMERA. Even Urby was able to join the pitch in the spotlight. Poor Silva…
9. Please check more of comments… below.

(JIWON: Quite interestingly…)

Milan are close to the Scudetto – Silvio Berlusconi Apr 3, 2011 / By Goal
Milan have not won the Scudetto despite victory over Inter – Adriano Galliani Apr 3, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Massimiliano Allegri: We have not won the Scudetto yet Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal

Milan have not won the Scudetto, we just beat Inter 3-0 – Christian Abbiati Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Adriano Galliani convinced Gennaro Gattuso will not move to Anzhi Apr 4, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Alessandro Nesta not ready to retire just yet Apr 6, 2011 / By Goal

Serie A team of the week: Round 31 – Seedorf & Pato pick apart Inter in Milan derby win Apr 4, 2011 / By Goal
Goal.com world player of the week: Alexandre Pato – Milan Apr 4, 2011 / By Goal
Weekly Italy youth report: Alexandre Pato at the double for Milan Apr 4, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Alexandre Pato dedicates brace against Inter to supporters Apr 3, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Alexandre Pato downplays starring role after derby win over Inter Apr 4, 2011 / By Goal

Milan 3-0 Inter: Pato double decides eventful Derby della Madonnina Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-niko Indonesia / 3:36 PM Apr 3, 2011: I never see Milan football like last night in 2010/11… FORZA MILAN / 4 : 1
Comment-wonder ful / 1:26 AM Apr 3, 2011: today milan played as a team, beautiful football,, next week zlatan is back and i hope they are not going to play one man football. / 0 : 0
Comment-john doe usa / 9:54 PM Apr 2, 2011: too bad Milan are out of the CL! / 23 : 10

Comment-Peregrin London / 8:01 PM Apr 2, 2011: A goal in the first minute for Milan was magical ! / 4 : 0
Comment-Pippo83 milanello / 9:56 PM Apr 2, 2011: Were are all the Inter fans now who prophecied us a 3:0 for them. Scudetto is ours and Thiago and Nesta are the strongest centerbackduo in the world right now + Abate is simpy a monster no one wanted to mark him because everyone knows his strength and pace… + i love our brazilians Pato Binho are simply nice to watch. Beautiful Milan beautiful day… and thank you for outplaying Inter. FORZA ROSSONERI!!! / 96 : 8
Comment-clinton forza milan USA / 9:23 PM Apr 2, 2011: robinho i must say is a fine player, but he misses way too much goals, right now he should have scored three, but he missed all. / 49 : 2

Comment-aka england / 9:41 PM Apr 2, 2011: cassano is epic! what a 10 minute salvo! / 47 : 4
Comment-Me Here / 10:04 PM Apr 2, 2011: Nice Game, thoroughly enjoyed it. And thanks for the bonus laugh brought by Cassanno 😀 Now I hope Inter will bounce back and beat Schalke for the sake of Serie A / 23 : 1
Comment-lol lol / 10:55 PM Apr 2, 2011: Cassano’s funny, comes on, wins a penalty, scores it, takes his shirt off, gets carded, commits a foul gets sent off, he put in a day’s shift in a matter of minutes / 98 : 0
Comment-ukash katib mogadisho,somalia / 8:09 AM Apr 3, 2011: where is cassano ratings, he converted penalty spot to goal / 13 : 2

Comment-Gianni Montreal, Canada / 6:32 AM Apr 3, 2011: Seedorf as top of the match? He played fine, but top of the match was clearly Pato. / 15 : 10
Comment-Interista Milano / 6:09 AM Apr 3, 2011: Pato, top of the mach ? You are joking, right, he got lucky twice and thats it. But I take my hat to Van Bommel and Abate. And if you, Milan fans think that you don’t need Ibra, it’s ok, we will take him any day. / 7 : 21
Comment-laxman usa / 11:27 PM Apr 2, 2011: sneijder was crying like a baby all game long… thats what happends when van bommel is in the midfield / 87 : 5
Comment-Slash Q8 / 11:20 PM Apr 2, 2011: I didn’t expect Seedorf to perform a one of his prime time matches again!! really he did well and it was against the odds… but to me V.Bommel was the man of that show, he showed a great balance in the midfield linking the defense with the attackers… I have never been happy like this for a long time.. Thanks A.C.Milan… / 64 : 2

Comment-Maaz Canada / 10:02 PM Apr 2, 2011: Abate did not once get dispossessed off the ball. Almost all of his runs created real scoring chances and he was exquisite defensively too. He really has matured alot from last season. The wall of Boateng/Van Bommel is a keeper. We must hold onto these players for next season and we can really do some damage in the champions league. / 35 : 1
Comment-forza milan: Gattuso and Bommel dominated the midfield. Seedorf demonstrated that class is permanent.
Comment-farhan ilford / 9:42 PM Apr 2, 2011: milan just absolutely smacked it, the formation was amazing and the inclusion of zambrotta was genius… van bommell and abate are the stars of this show, for all the milan haters, please re watch this match.. inter are a fine outfit.. but lets be real… milan is the fashion capital.. and the red and black represent style. / 103 : 8

♥JUDAS ISCARIOT by LEONARDO DA VINCI♥

Berlusconi takes moral high-ground over Leonardo Apr 4, 2011 / By AFP
(…) He even took no offence at claims Leonardo had described him as a narcissist. “He’s right, I am a narcissist,” he said. “You can’t talk about unfaithfulness,” added the 75-year-old, who is accused of hosting ORGIES (…) Banner … Judas Iscariot … Last Supper … Leonardo Da Vinci (…) And when asked why the fans didn’t see things from his point of view, the under fire Prime Minister added: “Not everyone is as good a person as me.”

(JIWON: Interestingly…)

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PART-6: Definition Of “SLOWdorf’s Infinite Ego” In “The Red & Black Forums,” Where “86 Out Of 145” Members Are Fanboys.
(Updated on MARCH 20, 2011) – DRAFT
Seedorf: We Are Frustrated After Defeat To Palermo. Regardless of my participants, Milan will lose Derby Mar 20, 2011 / By Goal
JIWON: Yeah… you will lose. You will lose Scudetto, too. Now, I understand why LEO desperately wanted to join Inter, not only which calciopoli is protected by Mafioso Italy but also which squad is said to be superior to Grandpa Fergie’s Man-Utd. This is what the Korean comment section says, and this is why this Brazilian Football Intellectual is hardly appreciated despite Inter’s terrific achievement since [B]’s departure. LEO’s Inter job is useful only when they want to insult another [B] more… SIC! Can I start my LEGAL business to those f*cking folks? I want to.

(JIWON: The feedback from LEO was quite unexpected. Please check LEO’s interviews, which were made BEFORE and AFTER.)

Oggi festa per Berlusconi Leo: “Grazie, non vengo” Mar 13, 2011 / By lastampa.it

INTER 1 – LECCE 0, LEONARDO A SKY: “VIVO D’AMORE” Mar 20, 2011 / By interistaweb.it
(…) Il gol di Pazzini? Non mi va di commentare queste cose, posso solo dire che io ho visto il suo braccio che va all’indietro. Io vivo d’amore, mica di ricordi… a Berlusconi non devo dimostrare niente, se guardo all’indietro ho solo dei bei ricordi e posso solo che ringraziarlo”. Queste le parole di Leonardo a Sky al termine di Inter – Lecce.

(JIWON: Not surprisingly, the latter was via Murdoch’s Italian media, while the former was reported by the Holy Leftist Media. I’ve been thinking… that no one can blame LEO’s choice. But I can’t help suspecting. Would the Rossoneri’s fury over TRAITOR-LEO be still same, if LEO’s achievement under Moratti’s patronage had not been assisted by Inter’s Calciopoli? Therefore, this part will be finished in…)
🙂 PROFESSOR-16: Legend Seedorf Paints Picture Of Hunger & Intelligence. Therefore, Every Each Milan Player Is To Become Either Another SLOWdorf Or Another Stupid-Italian. (Mar 20 – Apr 19, 2011)

♥IAGO SILVA♥ – Isago’s baby brother…

AC MILAN NEWS: THIAGO SILVA DI NUOVO PAPA’ Apr 5, 2011 / By ilmilanista.it
Thiago Silva è di nuovo papà. Ieri pomeriggio a Rio è nato Iago. Thiago e la moglie Isabella hanno già un figlio, Isago, di 2 anni e mezzo. “Per Iago le mie gambe hanno tremato. Più facile marcare Eto’o”, ha scherzato il papà. Tanti auguri da parte della redazione de Il Milanista.

♥BABY FANT’ANTONIO♥

Antonio Cassano: Milan derby red card proves I’m still naive Apr 4, 2011 / By Goal

(… this section moved into “SA33 Milan 3-0 Sampdoria”…)

♥MYSTERY… PATO… FLAMINI…♥

Milan 3-0 Inter: Pato double decides eventful Derby della Madonnina Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Trade Pato / 5:47 AM Apr 3, 2011: Anybody prove me wrong, Pato scored two lucky goals because the ball bounce to him in both occasions . Other than that, he never connected any pass and lost every possession. Now, be realistic and say is it true or not? Any way, Van Bommel is man of the match. / 14 : 31
Comment-a MILAN / 6:23 AM Apr 3, 2011: To Trade Pato: Did you know the reason that chivu got a red card? / 7 : 0

Comment-elijah Nigeria / 11:15 PM Apr 2, 2011: Mathieu Flamini. The defensive midfielder replaced the injured Flamini early in the second half and was superb. He defended well but what was impressive was his urge to get forward. no rating for cassano / 22 : 0

Week 31: Title Decider: Milan (3) vs Inter (0) 4/2/2011 Since Mar 19, 2011 / By The Red & Black Forums
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Comment-#2653-gaizka22 / / 03-04-2011, 15:23: In the last 10 years or so, I only know Kaka and Sheva who can make Zanetti looked like a fool but Abate managed to do that in this game and his continued run in the right midfield was the real highlight that culminated in that cross/shot that led to Pato’s 2nd. Allegri won the tactical battle tonite and eventhough the win was hugely assisted with Chivu’s red, I still believe we would come on top (although not with a 3-0 win). Van Bommel played brilliantly and shut Sneijder down time and time again. When Rino was subbed with Flamini, I was afraid of the lost tenacity but it turns out that Flamini was equally impressive and he even managed to help the offense better than Rino (although it was his pass that gave Pato the 1st goal). (…)
Comment-#2672-ernesto / / 03-04-2011, 20:21: say what? flamini helped the offense better?!? like u didn’t see those passes flam made… he made like 3-4 passes, all misplaced, mispowered, nowhere near the target… :/

(JIWON: There was one interesting Korean comment on Flamini’s impressive performance. Therefore…)

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♥SEEDORF TO PLAY FOR NEW CONTRACT♥

Clarence Seedorf: Milan must prove their Scudetto credentials against Inter Mar 31, 2011 / By Goal
People who say Milan – Inter isn’t decisive in Scudetto race are liars – Clarence Seedorf Apr 1, 2011 / By Goal
Milan 3-0 Inter: Pato double decides eventful Derby della Madonnina Apr 2, 2011 / By Goal
Clarence Seedorf hails Milan performance against Inter Apr 3, 2011 / By Goal
Milan duo Ignazio Abate and Gianluca Zambrotta commend vintage Clarence Seedorf Apr 3, 2011 / By Goal
Clarence Seedorf open to Milan contract extension Apr 3, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Therefore…)

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SA-30 Palermo 1-0 Milan: No Wonder Milan Teammates Shit Themselves When Legend Seedorf Steps Up. What Do You Expect? Standard Equipment For Serie-A Is Inter’s Calciopoli.

Mar 19, 2011 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-30 Palermo 1-0 Milan Attendance:‬ 29000
♥PREPARATION♥

Massimiliano Allegri: Milan Must Beat Palermo To Maintain Title Advantage Mar 18, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Can Cope Without Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Alexandre Pato Mar 16, 2011 / By Goal
TEAM NEWS: Robinho On The Bench As Pato Partners Cassano In Attack For Milan Against Palermo Mar 19, 2011 / By Goal
Mathieu Flamini: Milan Can Win The Scudetto Mar 17, 2011 / By Goal

(Updated on APRIL 5, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – tribute to the opponent

Palermo Coach Serse Cosmi Hopeful Of A Bari-Esque Performance Against Milan Mar 18, 2011 / By Goal
Palermo’s Federico Balzaretti Looking To Return To Winning Ways Against Milan Mar 15, 2011 / By Goal
Palermo Can Beat Milan – Javier Pastore Mar 16, 2011 / By Goal
Palermo’s Mauricio Pinilla: We Can Beat Milan Mar 17, 2011 / By Goal

Palermo’s Mauricio Pinilla Dedicates Milan Win To Serse Cosmi Mar 19, 2011 / By Goal
Weekly Italy Youth Report: Ezequiel Munoz Stars Defensively For Palermo Against Milan Mar 21, 2011 / By Goal
Serie A Team Of The Week: Round 30 – Palermo Trio Shut Out Milan Mar 17, 2011 / By Goal

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

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future

♥INTER’S CALCIOPOLI AS STANDARD EQUIPMENT♥

Palermo 1-0 Milan: Rossoneri Scudetto Hopes Dealt A Blow As Serse Cosmi Claims First Win Mar 17, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com/ Fans’ Rating: Dorin Goian (Palermo)
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Boateng
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Cassano

Palermo’s Mauricio Pinilla Dedicates Milan Win To Serse Cosmi Mar 19, 2011 / By Goal
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Palermo 1-0 Milan: Rossoneri Scudetto Hopes Dealt A Blow As Serse Cosmi Claims First Win Mar 19, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Josep Dammam / 10:21 PM Mar 19, 2011: I guess inter started to work their lucky charm with a bit of cash to regain the Scudetto. Two clear goals disallowed for milan against bari. An off-side goal for Palermo. A lucky and totally undeserved win against Bayern. An easy draw against shalke. Could inter get any luckier? / 18 : 41

(JIWON: Above is Milan’s side. Please compare this with Inter’s side.)

Lecce’s Luigi De Canio: We Could Have Earned A Draw Against Inter Mar 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Inter 1-0 Lecce: Nerazzurri Grind Out Victory Over Stubborn Visitors To Move Within Two Points Of Serie A Summit Mar 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-forza milan / 4:58 PM Mar 20, 2011: An offside goal against milan is allowed and a handball goal for inter is allowed. Make your own judgements. / 5 : 92
Comment-Aydin Stockholm / 4:55 PM Mar 20, 2011: CALCIOPOLI, wow, why are the referees helping Inter every game? Zlatan scored last week against Bari the same way Pazzini, did, what happened? Zlatan got a disallowed goal and yellow card, it is so clear that referres are helping inter, inter are cehats, moratti is worse than Moggi, Inter should be relegated and taken the alst 4 years troffies away from them. Inter are behind Calciopoli,Cheaters / 9 : 112
Comment-Vijay Trinidad / 5:17 AM Mar 21, 2011: cheater merda moratti paid the refs again.. i wonder which car the ref got.. lambo? / 4 : 27
Comment-Andreas Sweden / 9:29 AM Mar 21, 2011: WOW, Moratti, great job starting Calciopoli, and now continuing it, Pazzini scored the same way as Ibra did last week against Bari, Ibras goal was disallowed and he got a yellow card, Pazzini did the same thing, but his was OK, I am clapping my hands for Moratti for doing a good job buying Serie A, all those 20 years of winning nothing must have hurt so now he just simply bought Serie A. INTER ARE CHEATS / 8 : 51

Leonardo: Inter Showed Strength To Overcome Lecce Mar 20, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Milanista Switzerland / 8:24 PM Mar 20, 2011: And much more they showed to be cheaters!! I wonder how much it cost to buy a refery?? Ibra score in the same manner against Bari but somehow it was cancelled and today Pazzinis goal was judget as good!!! Could be coincidence, could be some other influence!?! / 5 : 51

♥AS FOR MR. ALLERGY’S AILING STRIKERS♥

Massimiliano Allegri Hopes To Revive Milan During International Break Mar 19, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Clarence Seedorf: We Are Frustrated After Defeat To Palermo Mar 20, 2011 / By Goal
Chelsea’s Carlo Ancelotti Denies He Would Ever Manage Inter But Does Not Rule Out Future Return To Milan Mar 24, 2011 / By Goal

Who should be Italy’s trequartista? – Here are the options Mar 29, 2011 / By Goal
Remember when Italy had world class trequartistas & English managers weren’t rubbish? 10 things that have changed about International football Mar 29, 2011 / By Goal

Samuel Eto’o – Zlatan Ibrahimovic Swap Was Great Business For Inter – Massimo Moratti Mar 17, 2011 / By Goal
Piersilvio Berlusconi: Three-Game Ban For Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Is Too Much Mar 23, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Has Ban Reduced, But Will Still Miss Inter Derby Mar 25, 2011 / By Goal
Milan are best team in Italy – Zlatan Ibrahimovic Mar 28, 2011 / By Goal
Revealed: Milan 2010-11 are even more dependent on Zlatan Ibrahimovic than Inter 2006-09 Mar 31, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Alexandre Pato Out For Ten Days With Sprained Ankle Mar 17, 2011 / By Goal
Ronaldo Travels To Milan To Become Alexandre Pato’s Agent – Report Mar 22, 2011 / By Goal
AC Milan striker Pato still in contact with Inter coach Leonardo Mar 27, 2011 / By tribalfootball.com

Nightclub scandal rocks Boateng, Emanuelson, and Merkel at AC Milan Mar 23, 2011 / By
Exclusive: Milan’s Urby Emanuelson unconcerned by exit rumours Mar 24, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Alexander Merkel: I want to win the European Championship & World Cup with Germany Mar 17, 2011 / By Goal
We Need To Be More Ruthless – Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso Mar 21, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Alessandro Nesta: The End Of My Career Is Near Mar 17, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus Closing In On Milan’s Andrea Pirlo – Report Mar 17, 2011 / By Goal
Exclusive: Milan’s Andrea Pirlo Certain To Leave Club In Summer As Juventus Lead Chase Mar 24, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Thiago Silva: Santos’ Ganso Will Join Leonardo At Inter Mar 27, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Therefore…)

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SA-29 Milan 1-1 Bari: Earthquake Struck San-Siro When Cassano Dared To Confront Mafiosi Italy. What’s The Reason Of Inter’s Calciopoli When Bari Can’t Anyway Avoid Demotion? Why Only Ibra Receives Three Match Ban While Referee Brighi Doesn’t?

Mar 13, 2011 11:30 AM GMT Serie A-29 Milan 1-1 Bari Attendance:‬ 48000
♥PREPARATION♥

Milan’s Kevin-Prince Boateng To Miss Bari Clash – Report Mar 10, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Will Have To Fight To Sign Kevin-Prince Boateng – Genoa President Enrico Preziosi Mar 12, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani Won’t Open Contract Negotiations With Players Until Next Month – Report Mar 12, 2011 / By Goal

(Updated on MARCH 14, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – tribute to the opponent

Jean-Francois Gillet Believes Bari Will Be Playing For Pride Against Milan Mar 11, 2011 / By Goal
Bari’s Bortolo Mutti Warns Milan: We Are No Pushovers Mar 13, 2011 / By Goal

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

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future

Milan 1-1 Bari: Antonio Cassano Denies Galletti A Famous Victory Mar 13, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Jean-Francois Gillet (Bari)
Top of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Fant’Antonio
Flop of the Match from Goal.com/Fans’ Rating: Ibra

Milan 1-1 Bari: Antonio Cassano Denies Galletti A Famous Victory Mar 13, 2011 / By Goal
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1. Apart from CALCIOPOLI & ALLERGY’s THREE strikers…
2. Urby needs to play more. He needs to gain confidence.
3. Can’t blame Merkel, who played on the left.

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. CALCIOPOLI!!! This situation can never be accepted, if it happened at Man-Utd’s Old Trafford. Interestingly, they were furious but didn’t insult Serie-A any more. They just mocked at Mafiosi Italy, who believed Inter would easily win the title, but have become frustrated. They wondered why Bari took this job, since they can’t anyway avoid demotion.
2. True that they expect no hope as long as Milan lack qualified defense and midfield. True that Milan looked lackluster during the first half and played better after Ibra was sent off. But Bari is not the last year’s Bari.

♥MOGGI TO IGNORE INTER’S CALCIOPOLI♥

Ignazio Abate’s Huge Milan Improvement Down To Massimiliano Allegri’s Success & Leonardo’s Failure Mar 12, 2011 / By Goal
Comment-Toni Canada / 3:54 PM Mar 12, 2011: I thought i read that it was tassotti who was giving abate some more attention n guidance? no offense but an article that suggests gaining a decent right back is better than winning a CL tie against an underdog side is bull. abate was performing well as of late so i wasnt surprised he took control of the right flank with some superb crosses to top it off but allegri still gets a fail. / 3 : 20
Comment-Geno Milano / 9:59 AM Mar 12, 2011: Abates one of the best around & Tassoti should take some credit. / 101 : 3

Milan 1-1 Bari: Antonio Cassano Denies Galletti A Famous Victory Mar 13, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Weird is that absolutely no one is mentioning CALCIOPOLI. To be honest, I felt something negative when the article about Leonardo’s Failure appeared on this football media. Now, I think that this functioned as a kind of bait… I mean… Is this a warning to Mourinho’s assistant LEO that he should stick to Mourinho’s tactics? In Milan’s articles, Moratti’s LEO doesn’t have to worry, since he is anyway supported by so-called fans. It is Inter’s articles that dare the readers to criticize Mourinho’s assistant whenever he betrays THEIR coach.)

Massimo Moratti: Inter Can Turn It Around Against Bayern Munich Mar 14, 2011 / By Goal

I’d Never Join Inter Like Leonardo – Milan Icon Paolo Maldini Mar 14, 2011 / By Goal
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(JIWON: And then… is this to encourage Mourinho’s Inter-players ahead of Champs? And Derby della Madonnina, of course. Interesting is that Maldini made a timely interview… and then… LEO received a full support, as usual, and Abate has solely become LEO’s discovery. Now… I can understand why Rossoneri mocked Tassotti during LEO’s era. I’ve been searching for this information ever since the Korean comment section highly appreciated Tassotti’s personality.)

Milan 1-1 Bari: Antonio Cassano Denies Galletti A Famous Victory Mar 13, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-jas usa / 4:34 PM Mar 13, 2011: let me give the referee a piece of my mind… 2 goals were not given… 3 penalty appeals were turned down and sent off ibrahimovic… oh,ya… and bari.. if u wanna stay up in the serie a.. then put in a performance like this against other teams! like against cesena, other teams… come on, when u come to play us, u suddenly give 200%..COME ON! / 28 : 9
Comment-dejan10 los angeles / 5:37 PM Mar 13, 2011: What a ridiculous match. So Milan have to put the ball in the back of the net twice to make one goal count??? / 17 : 8
Comment-InterFan LOL / 1:38 PM Mar 13, 2011: Nice but from all the set up games in italy this has to be the best. Two clear goals for milan and penalty for pato realistically seen. / 20 : 6
Comment-forza – milan / 1:01 PM Mar 13, 2011: this match is fixed beyond belief how many offsides I’v lost count UNBELIVABLE / 7 : 3
Comment-matt london / 10:04 PM Mar 13, 2011: the damn ref ruined the game.. cant believe he didnt give a penalty when pato got blatantly pushed / 14 : 3
Comment-OSSAMOVIC america / 2:32 PM Mar 13, 2011: Referee was bullshit.. Ibrahimovic red carded for absolutely nothing and there was at least 2 penalties for Ibrahimovic and there was 1 goal in minute 46’by Robinho that referee said it was offside and i think that it wasn’t.. Anyways, Milan played MUCH better than Bari and I wish good luck for Milan and for the star Ibrahimovic 🙂

Comment-me here / 12:16 AM Mar 14, 2011: Well as a neutral and having just watched the replay these are my thoughts. The first milan goal by binho was definitely not offside and shouldve stood however the second one by ibra the ball clearly hit his upper arm before coming down and the ref was right to disallow it but the yellow was a little harsh though. As for the sending off ibra gave the bari player a touch but the player completely overreacted to it as many players would so ibra shouldve known better and kept his hands to himself / 9 : 1

(JIWON: Interesting is that, according to the Korean comment section, who watched replay, it was ibra’s shoulder and his goal was not handball. They say… TWO disallowed goals … TWO or THREE stolen penalties … SEVEN or EIGHT offside calls, which are not … Gattuso was hit by Bari defender’s elbow but was ignored. In short, this was the WORST case, if this match was FIXED. Therefore…)

Milan 1-1 Bari: Antonio Cassano Denies Galletti A Famous Victory Mar 13, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-The real facts The football world / 1:05 PM Mar 13, 2011: Calciopoli still exists. I have never seen such blatant bias from an official since Italy v Chile in the 1962 World Cup. Moratti has got his check book out no doubt. How many penalties is the referee not going to call and how many non offsides does he want to call. RVP this is when a referee ruins a game. P.S Send Ibra back to Barca / 7 : 7
Comment-really dumb / 1:09 PM Mar 13, 2011: …. boarder line decisions are meant to be played to the advantage of the attacking team, its a clear rule when unsure >> how many were boarder line and how many were actually onside and still the lines man called offside. Pato should have got a penalty. if i didnt know any better i would suggest the ref has something against Milan – so many unjust calls (ibra shouldnt have got his first yellow every striker would have tried to stretch for that ball) / 4 : 1

Comment-milan milan / 4:26 PM Mar 13, 2011: useless for ibra to get that second yellow. the first was indeed a handball but did not deserve a yellow at all, the second was also a little soft.
Comment-interista1990 Norway / 9:08 PM Mar 13, 2011: Just saw the red card situation, and it is so typical italien bullshit diving. He pushed ibra a little and he got a slap in the tummy back, and goes down like he was shot. Assault is always red card, i agree, but i hate that diving bullshit to make it look ten times worse. / 28 : 1

Comment-Karim- Milan sousse- Tunesia / 7:10 PM Mar 13, 2011: Ibra`s punch was not as bad as Chivu`s; so I hope (…)
Comment-Levan Tbilisi / 8:52 PM Mar 13, 2011: Unlike Krasich or Chivu, Ibra got red card in the match, while both Krasich and Chivu’s fouls were omitted by the referee and then they were disqualified by the commission
Comment-interista here / 6:13 AM Mar 14, 2011: man of the match moratti referee / 1 : 3
Comment-nyahoo sg / 2:14 PM Mar 13, 2011: I wonder how much the referees got paid. / 22 : 10
Comment-max rome / 10:37 PM Mar 13, 2011: its the REFEREE BRIGHI, he always gives bad calls against milan. probably one of moratti’s henchmen / 25 : 10

♥AS FOR MR. ALLERGY’S AILING STRIKERS♥

Milan’s Massimiliano Allegri: We Should Have Beaten Bari Mar 13, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Are Still Favourites To Win Scudetto – Carlo Ancelotti Mar 13, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Luca Antonini: We Remain Ahead Of Inter Despite Bari Draw Mar 13, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Therefore…)

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(JIWON: GOOD LUCK! I say…)

One Goal In Nine Games – Milan Need Zlatan Ibrahimovic To Find His Form Again Mar 14, 2011 / By Goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Must Relax To Begin Scoring Again – Milan’s Massimiliano Allegri Mar 14, 2011 / By Goal
BREAKING NEWS: Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Receives Three Match Ban Mar 14, 2011 / By Goal

Milan 1-1 Bari: Antonio Cassano Denies Galletti A Famous Victory Mar 13, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-thanks_Ibra canada / 3:41 PM Mar 13, 2011: so with Ibra suspended they’ll have to play Pato, Robinho and Cassano together for the next few games.. hmmmm. that sounds like a stronger team to me! / 17 : 9

(JIWON: Let’s just hope…)

♥AS FOR JAPANESE…♥

Inter Milan and Brescia players wore black bands in mourning for the earthquake victims Mar 11, 2011 / By globaltvedmonton.com
Nagatomo tells Japan Youll never walk alone, Materazzi gives rides Mar 15, 2011 / By altweet.com

(Updated on APRIL 5, 2011) – P.S.

Milan’s Silvio Berlusconi: We Are Working To Bring Paolo Maldini Back To The Club Mar 15, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Legend Paolo Maldini: Number Three Jersey Only To My Children Mar 18, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Well… I did watch this game. While checking the football sites, I realized that this game was before the midnight in this country. But the usual internet site didn’t work and I had to join the Korean fan-club to watch this game. This time, I wanted to check SLOWdorf and then follow Nesta. I failed. After failing in several attempts to follow specific players, I lost my interest and decided to do this computer work, watching TV-drama, and watching this game all at the same time. 😉 Then, I was able to pick up something specific whenever camera catches something from each player.)

1. As I mentioned before, Silva looked much handsomer than Silva in Photo. Watching this Brazilian (running) physique made me smile.
2. I’m not so sure whether this is #20-Abate or #52-Merkel. That moment, I thought it was Abate, who looked like No. 20. Anyway… this guy still looks weak.
3. [Binho+Cassano] definitely need a specific X to build their Milan physique.
4. Guess what? After giving up my plan to concentrate on Milan players, I suddenly realized that I was very much enjoying watching this game. More specifically, I enjoyed watching Bari. During the game, I didn’t know it was Calciopoli, since I still know nothing about off-side goal or handball or whatever rules. And I didn’t know Bari was at the bottom of Serie-A. Days ago, I learned what meant “Parting a bus in front of the goal”, and thought Bari players were doing this. But it was still fun to watch them, purely because of their unique body language. Then suddenly, I realized why even the Italian bottom clubs, such as Bari, have Korean fans, who remember their favorite players’ terrific moments. Please blame poor quality of this computer monitor, since this is all I can mention. This computer monitor is really bad.

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CL-16b Tottenham 0-0 Milan: Captain Seedorf’s Ambitious Plan To Offer Mr. Allergy’s Ailing Strikers To Lackluster Tottenham. But… Is This The End Of The Story? Unexpected News From Kaka In Spain.

Mar 9, 2011 7:45 PM GMT CL-16b Tottenham 0-0 Milan Attendance:‬ 34320
♥PREPARATION♥

Tottenham – Milan Form Guide: No Wins In Two Since San Siro First Leg Victory For Spurs; Allegri’s Men Have Won Three On The Bounce Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
Why Harry Redknapp Is Right To Send Tottenham Out All Guns Blazing Against Milan Despite Balance Of Tie Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani: Start Alexander Merkel Against Tottenham, Cut-Price Kaka Could Return In Summer Mar 7, 2011 / By Goal
Gianfranco Zola: Milan Can Defeat Tottenham Hotspur To Qualify For Champions League Quarter-Finals Mar 7, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham For Champions League Final, Milan Not Good Enough – Former Rossoneri Star Stefano Eranio Mar 8, 2011 / By Goal
Gianluca Vialli: Chelsea Can Reach The Champions League Final, Milan Can Still Beat Tottenham Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal

Tottenham Are Not Among The Strongest Teams In The Champions League – Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Mar 7, 2011 / By Goal
There’s More To Tottenham Hotspur Than Gareth Bale – Milan’s Massimiliano Allegri Mar 8, 2011 / By Goal

Alessandro Nesta: Champions League Not In Milan’s Reach Mar 3, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Striker Alexandre Pato: I’m 100 Per Cent Ready For Tottenham Champions League Clash Mar 8, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham Task In The Champions League Is Not Impossible For Milan – Marco Amelia Mar 3, 2011 / By Goal

Seedorf to captain Milan tonight Mar 9, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Clarence Seedorf Eager To Play For Milan Against Tottenham Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
Clarence Seedorf: Milan Need To Produce A Great Game To Progress Past Tottenham Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal

Tottenham’s Harry Redknapp Warns Milan’s Mathieu Flamini To Expect A ‘Hot Reception’ At White Hart Lane Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Clarence Seedorf Backs Mathieu Flamini To Cope With Tottenham Pressure Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Robinho: We Will Beat Tottenham Hotspur In Champions League Mar 7, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham Midfielder Rafael Van Der Vaart Has No Problem With Playing Long-Ball Game If It Means Winning Mar 8, 2011 / By Goal

(Updated on MARCH 17, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – unexpected news from EPL’s Balotelli and EPL’s Kaka…

Real Madrid Star Kaka Tells President Florentino Perez He Is Tired Of Criticism – Report Mar 10, 2011 / By Goal
Manchester City’s Roberto Mancini: Mario Balotelli Is Not For Sale Mar 10, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: It may be out of topic. But according to the Korean comment section…)
1. Korean football site didn’t publish Kaka’s article, Kaka Tells Perez…, but Kaka’s Korean fans expressed the exactly same opinion as Kaka’s while Media was busy reporting rumors about Chelsea or Man-City’s Kaka.
2. I don’t think my job is to report their debate as to whether or not Mourinho’s Madrid doesn’t match Kaka’s style or whether or not Kaka’s value is still superior to Mourinho’s favorite X. I believe it is President Perez’s job to figure it out. First of all, I believe that President Perez’s foremost job is to make his Spanish voters believe the FACT about how much profit his Kaka-or-Jersey business has made.

3. While most of them were critical about Mourinho’s Kaka, Kaka’s long-time fans pointed out that Kaka is now trying to change his style and his recent performance was different and he still needs more time. They thought that going to EPL might be more dangerous for Kaka, if he really needs time to adjust to his new style. Since media’s focus was mostly on EPL’s Kaka, they felt no need to start their debate on Milan’s Kaka.
4. When I checked Kaka’s Father’s Milan article days ago, their only concern was MONEY. Basically, they are just sick of You-Know-Who, whose troublesome performance they don’t think even the Korean League would welcome. It is still too early for them to analyze if Allegri’s Milan tactics need Injury Prone Kaka.

5. I was supposed to report this, because I thought Kaka’s Milan deal was not going to happen and I always wished Milan’s Kaka to finish his pro-career in the healthiest way, whether his final destination is Madrid or Chelsea. And I saved their debate, too, because they all agree that Chelsea and Man-City fans don’t welcome Kaka’s transfer saga. I wanted to report this to Uncle Fester, just in case he ever wants to start Kaka’s deal. Then, I found out Kaka Tells Perez: He Is Tired Of Criticism and the fact that THEIR opinion was exactly same as Kaka’s surprised me.
6. I was curious if I could find the same analysis from the international comment section in Kaka Tells Perez…. I failed. They were mostly talking about his high wage or they said that they should ignore whatever comes from “El Mundo Deportivo of Barca”.

7. My opinion? Something is wrong with his Spanish training. I was surprised at his troublesome physique, though it was a mere snap shot. No matter what… I seriously don’t think Kaka felt &%* while running, after every doctor confirmed his perfect physical condition. And then… a pure medical approach to analyze this injury prone is beyond my ability.
8. No sooner had I found Kaka’s troublesome physique than Kaka’s Korean fans made the exactly same opinion as Kaka’s. This is why I wanted to report their opinion… to “Milan’s Kaka in Spain.” I wish Rossoneri’s eternal darling a good luck, anyway.

(Updated on MARCH 31, 2011) – P.S.

Silvio Berlusconi: Milan Would Welcome Back Real Madrid’s Kaka With Open Arms Mar 14, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso Would Prefer Return Of Kaka Over Move For Mario Balotelli Mar 21, 2011 / By Goal
Real Madrid’s Kaka Is More Than Welcome At Milan – Alexandre Pato Mar 24, 2011 / By Goal
Real Madrid’s Kaka optimistic over return from injury Mar 28, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Silvio Berlusconi not giving up on Real Madrid’s Kaka, but Massimiliano Allegri prefers River Plate’s Erik Lamela – report Mar 28, 2011 / By Goal
AC Milan powerbrokers split: Kaka or Lamela? Mar 30, 2011 / By tribalfootball.com
(…) Which is in contrast to Kaka, where Real Madrid are determined to get as much of the €65 million they shelled out for the midfielder back.

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(Updated on MARCH 10, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – tribute to the opponent…

Harry Redknapp Confirms Gareth Bale Is ‘Touch And Go’ To Start For Tottenham Against Milan But Rafael Van Der Vaart Expected To Feature Mar 8, 2011 / By Goal

Jermain Defoe Eyeing 100th Tottenham Strike Against Milan & Claims Spurs Will Attack In Second Leg Mar 7, 2011 / By Goal
Gareth Bale: Milan Have Plenty To Worry About Against Tottenham In The Champions League Mar 8, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham Have A ‘Big Advantage’ Over Milan In The Champions League – Luka Modric Mar 8, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham’s Benoit Assou-Ekotto Warns Against Resting On Advantage Over Milan Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham’s Rafael Van Der Vaart Urges Spurs To Attack Milan Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: Therefore…)

Tottenham Manager Harry Redknapp: I Couldn’t Enjoy Second Leg Win Against AC Milan Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham Striker Peter Crouch: We Have Proved We Are Capable Of Big Things In The Champions League Mar 10, 2011 / By Goal
Michael Dawson: Tottenham Can Dream Of Reaching Champions League Final Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham’s William Gallas: I Have Proven A Point To Arsenal Mar 10, 2011 / By Goal

Are Milan Becoming The New Real Madrid? Four Straight Years Without Passing The Champions League Last 16 Mar 10, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Would Have Beaten Tottenham With 37-Year-Old Pippo Inzaghi But €65 Million Forwards Flop Mar 10, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Only Lacked A Goal Against Tottenham – Adriano Galliani Mar 10, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Massimiliano Allegri: We Deserved To Qualify For Champions League Quarter-Finals Instead Of Tottenham Hotspur Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal

We Were Better Than Tottenham Hotspur – Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Alexandre Pato Laments Champions League Exit Mar 10, 2011 / By Goal
Mathieu Flamini: Milan Were Good, But Not Good Enough Against Tottenham Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham Hotspur Can Go Far In Champions League – Milan’s Kevin-Prince Boateng Mar 10, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: The problem was… I did watch this game. Part of the second half, though. As I said couple of days ago, I started to fix my health problem and had a REAL sleep last night… then I made a sudden wake up during the game, and felt no (physical) problem to watch the computer monitor. Since I never expected Milan’s win, nor am I capable of recognizing individual players, I only followed Legend Seedorf, who was wearing armband. Mostly, I wanted to check his current physique. Hum…

Something was weird. Every player except Legend Seedorf was playing, running and passing the ball very hard. It was as if… I was watching the training session, in which Coach Seedorf was training his students. It was as if Milan were playing with 10 players and Coach Seedorf was allowed to watch the game on the pitch and was at the same time allowed to touch the ball.

Something was more weird. It was as if… even the Tottenham players decided to honor Legend Seedorf… or they just ignored his whatsoever passing, and just ran and blocked SLOWdorf’s strikers, and then just ran and bothered SLOWdorf’s defenders. I’ve never watched the weirdest game like this. Clearly, this score “0-0” can’t make Milan happy. Then, shouldn’t the Coach Seedorf run forward and pass the ball forward and JOIN the teammates, instead of passing back… only to demonstrate the beautiful possession game? Whatever he does, Tottenham players seemed to express their honor… on the pitch. Then, they suddenly transformed into beasts whenever they ran to [Ibra & Co.] or [Nesta & Co.] and fight with them.

Of course, I went to the Korean comment section first. They said bla-bla-bla. But it was still weird. They all agreed that the first half was good and that Milan dominated the game. They even blamed Tottenham’s anti-football tactics. So, I went to…)

Seedorf to captain Milan tonight Mar 9, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Spurs 0-0 Milan Mar 9, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
Man of the Match: Clarence Seedorf – he was magnificent, he rolled back the years and his performance deserved so much more than to go out after a 0-0 draw

Tottenham 0-0 Milan (1-0 Agg.): White Hart Lane Stalemate Sees Spurs Advance To Quarter-Finals Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
Flop of the Match from Goal.com Rating: Alexandre Pato
Flop of the Match from Fans’ Rating: Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Flop of the Match from (Korean) Comment-Section: Robinho, fellow strikers, and others but Captain Seedorf

(JIWON: Then, suddenly… something hit my brain.)

Tottenham Hotspur Want More Than £40 Million for Gareth Bale – Inter Director Marco Branca Jan 29, 2011 / By Goal

Quotes Of The Week: Tottenham Hotspur Manager Harry Redknapp’s David Beckham Dreams… Jan 2, 2011 / By Goal

Tottenham To Launch €15 Million Bid For Villarreal Striker Giuseppe Rossi – Report Jan 16, 2011 / By Goal
Exclusive: Tottenham Switch Sights To Villarreal’s £30m Giuseppe Rossi But Striker Search Faces Race Against Time On Deadline Day Jan 31, 2011 / By Goal
Villarreal Turn Down Tottenham Hotspur’s €35 Million Offer for Giuseppe Rossi – Report Jan 31, 2011 / By Goal
Harry Redknapp Reveals Tottenham Had Made A Bid For Villarreal Striker Giuseppe Rossi Feb 2, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: OR…)

http://www.google.com/search?q=Tottenham+need+a+striker

Tottenham 0-0 Milan (1-0 Agg.): White Hart Lane Stalemate Sees Spurs Advance To Quarter-Finals Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-James White Hart / 9:27 PM Mar 9, 2011: someone should tell spurs that you cant play attacking football with 35% of the possession……just saying. / 4 : 2
Comment-Alex Port / 9:50 PM Mar 9, 2011: Sad day for Milan. Tottenham parked the bus whole way through. / 38 : 23

(JIWON: Well… I now find that this sentence, “Tottenham+need+a+striker,” has become Google’s official keyword. Then… I now appreciate Tottenham’s tactics to handle SLOWdorf’s Milan players, from the bottom of my heart. I read Korean comment section debating on Tottenham’s recent spending history, but I still don’t think they are like Spanish Giants or Arab/Russian’s Spending Spree Clubs. Therefore, I can’t hate their imitating Inter’s tactics. They looked different. It was the most terrific idea to (gently) beat SLOWdorf’s UNBALANCED Milan. First of all, I think… it was like killing TWO-or-MORE birds with ONE stone: “Victory+Strikers+Gattuso+More”, I mean…)

Tottenham 0-0 Milan (1-0 Agg.): White Hart Lane Stalemate Sees Spurs Advance To Quarter-Finals Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Jads Lebanon / 10:51 PM Mar 9, 2011: I have to say this, surprisingly, Seedorf was the best player on the pitch, he was just AWESOME, for a while i thought we’re in 2005! He defended beautifully and his crosses and passes were sublime. / 70 : 2

Spurs 0-0 Milan Mar 9, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Giancarlo says: (…) The Spurs, and their manager are liars… they said they were going to play to attack. They played to defend catenaccio style. … And all of you Seedorf haters. He was the best on the pitch and he dictated everything. He was great tonight. (…) I’m not ashamed tonight. I’m sad… because we deserved it more…
Comment-Marc says: After having some time to reflect, I think there are some serious questions that Galliani and company really need to decide what their goals are. If their goal is to consistently contend for the Scudetto, they have only minor tweaks to make; if their goal is to win the scudetto and contend every year for the Champions League, there are wholesale changes that are necessary. (…) I wouldn’t mind Seedorf back SOLELY as a substitute. He has tremendous experience, which should only help. (…)

(JIWON: Therefore, I will give more information about how they can get MR. ALLERGY’s THREE strikers at the cheapest price. I promise. Uncle Fester will be the first one, who welcomes this report. Politician Berlusconi only knows how to follow his Italian voters’ furious yelling.)

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🙂 PROFESSOR-16: Legend Seedorf Paints Picture Of Hunger & Intelligence. Therefore, Every Each Milan Player Is To Become Either Another SLOWdorf Or Another Stupid-Italian. (Mar 20 – Apr 19, 2011)
PART-1: Rossoneri Have Watched The Same Game For Years But Never Made The Same Analysis. Therefore, SLOWdorf Didn’t Have To Leave During The Winter. He Is Now Praised As Legend Seedorf When Wholesale Changes Are Needed In Milan Squad.
PART-2: Seriously, Milan Players Need To Learn How To Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is…
PART-3: Legend Seedorf Paints Picture Of Hunger & Intelligence. Therefore, Every Each Milan Player Is To Become Either Another SLOWdorf Or Another Stupid-Italian…
PART-4: Milan Nowadays Are The Same Shit. Whether Legend Seedorf Plays Or Not, Their Problematic Passing Will Cost Them The Scudetto.
PART-5: Just In Case… They Are All Talking About Passing. Is This Evolution Or Retrogression Or Corruption? Maestro Pirlo Had Better Think Of His Better Future Only.
PART-6: Definition Of “SLOWdorf’s Infinite Ego” In “The Red & Black Forums,” Where “86 Out Of 145” Members Are Fanboys.
PART-7: MR. ALLERGY’s Ailing Strikers Are Not The End Of The Story. More Players Are Offered. They Are Healthy.
PART-8: Who Says EPL’s Italian Baby Mario Needs Love? At SLOWdorf’s Milan, Balotelli’s Career Will Be Threatened By MR. ALLERGY.
PART-9: As Modern Technology Runs www.rossoneriblog.com, Seedorf’s Fanboys Launch A Campaign For…

♥TIME FOR ENTERTAINMENT. NO REASON TO CRY… AFTER ALL♥

10 Things To Expect From Rino Gattuso During Tottenham-Milan Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
(…) 7) Gattuso defies club orders to travel to White Hart Lane and watch the game in the stadium. Rino ends up moving more in the West Stand than midfield replacement Clarence Seedorf does on the pitch. (…)

He Was A Striker For Milan But Scored Very Few Goals And Had No Teeth – The Gattuso-Jordan Spat In Quotes Mar 9, 2011 / By Goal
(…) “Pato closed himself in the bathroom and didn’t want to come out. He was terrorised.” – Turns out the red hot row between the two players spooked Pato enough to use the bathroom. (…)

(Updated on MARCH 18, 2011) – P.S.

Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani Calls For Overhaul Of UEFA Coefficient System Mar 11, 2011 / By Goal

Tottenham Assistant Joe Jordan Handed One-Game Ban By UEFA For Altercation With AC Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso Mar 17, 2011 / By Goal
Tottenham Boss Harry Redknapp Baffled By UEFA’s Decision To Ban Joe Jordan Mar 18, 2011 / By Goal

Official: Gennaro Gattuso Thread Since Jul 22, 2005 / By The Red & Black Forums
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Comment-#3274-Susan / 18-03-2011, 21:34: Finally that fucking Jordan gets a punishment too, he deserves it more than Rino, he has provoked him the whole match long, good that Uefa still can do justice, though I think a one-match ban is too less for Jordan, but better than nothing.

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SA-28 Juventus 0-1 Milan: Revenge Is Sweet! Did English Media Watch Gattuso? Headache Bad Boys Band, As [Pato+Ibra] Have “Fever+BackProblem”. Alas, Juve Park The Bus In Front Of Their Goal.

Mar 5, 2011 7:45 PM GMT Serie A-28 Juventus 0-1 Milan Attendance:‬ 24908
♥PREPARATION♥

Goal.com Poll Result: Milan To Beat Juventus In Tonight’s Showdown Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal
Five Ways Juventus Can Beat Milan Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal
Five Ways Milan Can Beat Juventus Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal

Juventus – Milan Will Be Key For Scudetto – Massimiliano Allegri Mar 4, 2011 / By Goal

Milan’s Mark Van Bommel: We Face A Tough Test Against Juventus Mar 3, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Will Have It Tough Against Juventus – Thiago Silva Mar 3, 2011 / By Goal
Nicola Legrottaglie Keen For Milan To Defeat Former Club Juventus Mar 4, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus Attacker Alessandro Del Piero Is My Idol – Milan’s Alexandre Pato Mar 4, 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-09 Milan 1-2 Juventus: Alas, Duckling Wants To Celebrate His 100th Game With Dribbling And Flops. Troublesome Mindset When No One Relies On Teamwork And Allegri Is Left With Plan-A Only. Hopeless Allegri When There Is No Midfield Working For His Plan. Ac-Milan Lacks Long Balls.

(Updated on MARCH 15, 2011)

♥OUTCOME – 1♥ – tribute to the opponent

Juventus’ Record Against The Big Boys This Season Suggests They Can Beat Milan Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal

Milan Clash Could Be Final Stand For Juventus’ Luigi Del Neri – Report Feb 28, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus Coach Luigi Del Neri: I Still Have The Players’ Confidence Mar 2, 2011 / By Goal
The List Of Candidates To Replace Juventus Coach Luigi Del Neri Mar 2, 2011 / By Goal
Pavel Nedved Will Not Coach Juventus – Agent Mino Raiola Mar 2, 2011 / By Goal
Everyone At Juventus Is To Be Blamed For The Current Crisis – Zibi Boniek Mar 3, 2011 / By Goal
Luigi Del Neri: Juventus Job Not On Line Against Milan Mar 4, 2011 / By Goal

Juventus Confirm Leandro Rinaudo Will Miss Three Months After Achilles Tendon Surgery Mar 4, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus’ Alessandro Matri Looking Forward To Milan Date Mar 2, 2011 / By Goal
I Will Celebrate If I Score Against Milan – Juventus’ Alessandro Matri Mar 4, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus’ Felipe Melo: No Mistakes Against Milan Mar 3, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus Will Do Inter A Favour Against Milan – Giorgio Chiellini Mar 3, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus Are Not Scared Of Milan – Claudio Marchisio Mar 4, 2011 / By Goal
Luca Toni: We Can Beat Milan And When I Succeed With Juventus, I Will Finish My Career Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal

Luciano Moggi To Watch Juventus’ Clash Against Milan From The Stands Mar 4, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus Fans Chant Luciano Moggi’s Name During Milan Defeat Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal

Luigi Del Neri Wants Juventus To Roll Up Their Sleeves After Milan Defeat Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal
Defeat To Milan Has Destroyed Juventus’ Aspirations Of Champions League Football In 2011-12 Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus’ Alessandro Del Piero: We Need To Maintain Focus After Milan Loss Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus Sporting Director Giuseppe Marotta Reaffirms Confidence In Coach Luigi Del Neri Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal
Gianluca Vialli Tipped As Favourite To Replace Luigi Del Neri At Juventus Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal
The List Of Candidates To Replace Juventus Coach Luigi Del Neri Mar 7, 2011 / By Goal
Serie A Worst Team Of The Week: Round 28: Juventus Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon Loses Grip Mar 8, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus’ Claudio Marchisio: Team Has A Psychological Problem Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal

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

♥OUTCOME – 2♥ – future

Juventus 0-1 Milan: Gattuso Strike Enough To See Off The Old Lady Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal
Top of the Match from Goal.com/Fans’ Rating: Gattuso

Juventus 0-1 Milan: Gattuso Strike Enough To See Off The Old Lady Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Metti Persia / 10:29 AM Mar 6, 2011: Im not happy seeing Juve in a bad situation. However Milan way of playing was not satisfactory at all. 4 defensive midfielder to stop whom??? even lecce beated this Juve 2-0. and Milan lacked creativity. We beated Juve last season with a better margin, when they were a better team and we didnt have Ibra, Cassano and … / 1 : 4
Comment-.. …. / 11:29 AM Mar 6, 2011: metti persia we had ronaldinho and a better coach! it’s just serie a last year was much stronger than this year! we beated real madrid last year and a lot more! / 0 : 0

(JIWON: Therefore…)

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri Reserves Special Praise For Mark Van Bommel Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Thiago Silva: Alessandro Nesta And I Are ‘A Perfect Couple’ Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus Fans Should Worry About Their Team Rather Than Booing Me – Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal
Milan Confirm Kevin-Prince Boateng Suffered Twisted Ankle Against Juventus Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal

Juventus 0-1 Milan: Gattuso Strike Enough To See Off The Old Lady Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal
Juventus 0-1 Milan Mar 5, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com
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Comment-Rossoneri swe / 10:23 PM Mar 5, 2011: Maaan Juve killed the beautiful game by parking the bus in front of their goal. Even Lacce play more attacking football than Juve nowadays. i hope to see the old lady back to bossiness next season cause i want to see a strong Juve in serie a not the one we faced today. Forza Milan / 2 : 0
Comment-juve per sempre / 2:31 AM Mar 6, 2011: (…) MELO did a great job, but an elbow for Nesta is really really embarrassing. (…) / 17 : 0
Comment-TJ56 says: DAMN Melo!!! He should be banned from football with his ridiculous tackles!!
Comment-Luke says: Melo is a prick!!! He not only sucks but he also purposely injures players. DAMN. I hope Prince recovers as we need him.

Comment-milanista93 malaysia / 11:38 PM Mar 5, 2011: revenge is sweet. / 6 : 0
Comment-ha ha / 10:26 PM Mar 5, 2011: im sure the english media love that, gattuso showing what he is really about / 0 : 0
Comment-Vijay Trinidad / 10:08 PM Mar 5, 2011: It is ALWAYS great when Milan beat Juve, just like it was on 28th May 2003 at Old Trafford. / 67 : 20
Comment-Giancarlo Italy / 10:04 PM Mar 5, 2011: Milan should have won this 2-0 or 3-0… we dominated the game. Still a win is a win. And this is a very important one. And a bit of revenge for the loss we had to Juve earlier in the season. Juve was totally incompetent in this game. / 18 : 3
Comment-Ario Indonesia / 10:13 PM Mar 5, 2011: It’s pretty boring match. I prefer last match with Napoli than this. But congratulations, we did revenge. I remember how Juve fan bluffed about their win at our home. One thing: Old Lady must have found HER grave. Milan extend the gap. Woooohooooo / 0 : 0
Comment-Ben UK / 10:09 PM Mar 5, 2011: An unconvincing victory? I wouldn’t say so, I think Milan were fine. We didn’t even have Pato ^_^ / 64 : 6

Comment-APM says: Jankulovski has proven once again that a natural lefty is much more useful as a left back than Antonini, Bonera and Oddo combined together. BTW, what the hell happened to Didac Vila?
Comment-Milanista says: Janko especially impressed me. He went up a lot and didn’t really leave much room for attacking players too. (…)
Comment-Milano Q8 says: One more thing Jankulovski was great but I don’t think he will continue with this form. Getting old slow and leaving soon. So what’s up with Villa still did not get to know Italian football yet!? Two young!? Or what then?! FORZA MILAN
Comment-CristinaMilanista San Siro / 10:28 PM Mar 5, 2011: Why unconvincing? they were away to juve, Juve barely had a shot on goal, juve only had 20 good minutes the rest was milan and they didnt have to step into 2nd gear to get the win which is good because of midweek game against tottenham. Nesta and silva deserve higher ratings they were solid as usual, why are defenders so underrated on this site? Grazie Gattuso! Forza Milan!!! / 2 : 0
Comment-MasterInzaghi Belgium / 10:48 PM Mar 5, 2011: I think it’s time to recognize Silva as THE best CB in the world, and Abate is turning into world class for sure !! ANDIAMO RAGAZZI!!! / 29 : 4

♥HEADACHE BAD BOYS BAND, AS [PATO+IBRA] HAVE “FEVER+BACKPROBLEM”♥

Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Could Miss Juventus Clash With Back Problem Mar 2, 2011 / By Goal
Pato has a fever, will not play against Juve Mar 5, 2011 / By rossoneriblog.com

Juventus 0-1 Milan: Gattuso Strike Enough To See Off The Old Lady Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-leguel28 South Korea / 9:41 PM Mar 5, 2011: This clearly shows how biased Goal is. The assist was not from Ibrahimovic. There barely was an assist, and the last person to touch the ball before Gattuso was Robinho. Go and watch it again. / 0 : 0
Comment-andrew new zealand / 12:11 AM Mar 6, 2011: I don’t know how Robinho got such a good rating, I don’t remember him even making a single pass the entire match except for when he flicked the ball to Gattuso, and he wasted Flamini’s 1vs1 with Buffon as well. Hope Boateng isn’t seriously injured, that kick from Melo looked nasty. Thiago Silva is officially the best defender in the world. / 6 : 0
Comment-Maaz Canada / 10:20 PM Mar 5, 2011: There was something really off about Ibrahimovics game today. I suspect he really wasnt fine, and Allegri made him play the whole game anyways. / 0 : 0
Comment-Ajibola Dagenham / 10:09 PM Mar 5, 2011: Congrats Milan BUT we made Ibrahimovic work with back injury, we obviously need a striker bcos the striking spark was out of Milan’s attack. Robinho was bad and doesnt deserve even 5 in my opinion. Seedorf showed more reasons why he shld retire and Yankuloski SHOULD hold d place till end of season. MVB was rock solid again. FORZA MILAN / 26 : 34
Comment-M LA / 9:42 PM Mar 5, 2011: why is cassano getting worse than in jan? / 0 : 0

(JIWON: Therefore…)

Juventus 0-1 Milan: Gattuso Strike Enough To See Off The Old Lady Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-Aji Toronto / 9:50 PM Mar 5, 2011: when Gennaro Gattuso scores with his left foot from outside the box with no deflections against Gigi Buffon…. you deserve to win the match….. Not by any chance one of our best performances… the team lacked any spark… Pato would have excelled in this type of game.. Does anyone know why he was called up for this game but was not on the bench? Hope Prince’s injury is not serious… was very nasty on replay… 3 pts in the kitty… need i say more.. FORZA MILAN!! / 20 : 4

♥TOWARD A BLOODY WAR…♥

Inter President Massimo Moratti: Let’s Hope Milan Drop Points Mar 2, 2011 / By Goal
Inter Will Be Watching Juventus – Milan Carefully – Inter’s Pirelli’s Marco Tronchetti Provera Mar 3, 2011 / By Goal
Inter CEO Ernesto Paolillo Hoping Juventus Beat Milan Mar 4, 2011 / By Goal

Juventus 0-1 Milan: Gattuso Strike Enough To See Off The Old Lady Mar 5, 2011 / By Goal
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Comment-berat prishtina INTER / 10:24 PM Mar 5, 2011: i cant wait for derby della madonina to destroy those bitches called ac sheetlan / 0 : 1

Inter Have A Much Easier Title Run-In Than Milan Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal
Giampaolo Pazzini Tells Milan: Inter Are Behind You After 5-2 Win Over Genoa Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal
Milan’s Gennaro Gattuso: Scudetto Race Is Not Over Yet Mar 6, 2011 / By Goal

(JIWON: To be honest, I worry. Milan still have to play AWAY Palermo, Roma, Udinese and Fiorentina…)

♥GATTUSO’S GOAL IN “3 YEARS & 2 MONTHS”♥

Gennaro Gattuso ends three-year drought in Milan win over Juventus Mar 5, 2011 / By guardian.co.uk
(…) It was the midfielder’s first goal since he scored in the Uefa Cup against Heerenveen in October 2008 and his first in Serie A since January 2008. (…)

(JIWON: According to the Korean comment section…)
1. Korean author accidentally introduced Bulldog as “Troublemaker” and posted his photo during the World Cup 2002. Please imagine quite reactions from the Korean comment section.
2. Most of them were furious, of course. They say… there should be a distinction between “Troublemaker” and “Hot-tempered or Passionate Fighter on the Pitch”. Therefore… you call BALOTELLI a “Troublemaker”. 😉
3. Yes… they remember Gattuso’s THREE scandals; one in never-romantic-2005 with a female reporter, another in drunken-2007 with DUI, and finally the recent one in hottest-2011 with Spurs. But still, this is not enough for them to call Italian Bulldog “Troublemaker”. Meanwhile, there was also a report about TROUBLEMAKING behaviors by Spurs’ Joe Jordan. He Was A Striker For Milan But Scored Very Few Goals And Had No Teeth – The Gattuso-Jordan Spat In Quotes
4. Then, they are talking about human being Gattuso… how strict Professional Gattuso is in his self-discipline, or what a great private life this Italian Bulldog has managed, or what a perfect partnership this Southern Italian performed with Northern Italian Pirlo, or what a powerful-but-humorous kicking/shooting techniques Passionate Gattuso used to boast, or what a handsome face this Italian Guy is blessed with. Is it true that Gattuso’s trademark beard is due to the fact that he thought his handsome face looked like a pretty girl? Is it also true that his hobby is sleeping?
5. When I found this article, I was too busy/tired. This is the reason of belated posting of this game. It was so fun to read them that I wanted to read them again and organize them. I am still laughing.
6. I need this part in…

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