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poppy 30-06-2005 03:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by milan*7
In that sense he's a perfect replacement for Cafu: good in attack but so-so in defense.

Leaky performance.

Oma_B 30-06-2005 05:02

hey he's still young, he was the behind the reason for victories against Germany n Argentina great 2 crosses from the right. Don't know that he's really that bad defending? I mustn't have noticed because Roque Jnr was playing who makes up for the whole teams mistakes by ball watchin n lack of pace, he an absolute joke! lol

Cicinho good things i see.

Nesta87 30-06-2005 05:25

Guti to Milan
 
i rate guti really highly..his a decent player who would make it in Italy..if he goes to a shitty EPL club i would be spewing...he can play anywhere on the park and reads the game well
plus his got mad hair

FORZA AC

zer0 30-06-2005 08:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by David
Not good enough. Quite poor defensively, actually.


In that case right mid may do just fine for him...but still not the full Milan quality yet...maybe after few years of training under Milan... :D
what do you think?

ics_rk 30-06-2005 08:50

Good player... and still YOUNG!! Better scout him and consider him as Cafu's replacement..

ics_rk 30-06-2005 09:01

Hm.. actually I don't know much about him. I rarely watch SPL but I think he is a good player..

Vernetti 30-06-2005 11:56

Think he´d be a pretty good signing for Milan but if he goes the England (shitty? I don´t think so) he´ll probably be alright there as well.

NeSTa_86 30-06-2005 11:57

should we buy him,or you just write;)?

NeSTa_86 30-06-2005 12:02

he is perfect player think i,but he will go in england;{{{

Vernetti 30-06-2005 12:16

He was outstanding in the final that´s for sure, in defence and attack. I say buy... but maybe not for 15 mil. :)

poppy 30-06-2005 16:12

The finals was the only decent game he had throughout the confed cup.
That left me wondering ... will he do a seedorf?
Give one or two good performances per season, dreaming his way through the rest of it.

Anguisette 03-07-2005 20:13

Gila
Luca Toni
Ballack

Sandro Nesta 03-07-2005 22:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by Anguisette
Gila
Luca Toni
Ballack

Gila=> Hope it does happen this year
Toni=> If Gila doesn't come maybe:)
Ballack=>Don't like to see him play he always wants penaltys and almost always get them on a real stupid way I'd rather have Mikel to see in the future:)

Anguisette 05-07-2005 17:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sandro Nesta
Gila=> Hope it does happen this year
Toni=> If Gila doesn't come maybe:)
Ballack=>Don't like to see him play he always wants penaltys and almost always get them on a real stupid way I'd rather have Mikel to see in the future:)

Add Puyol to that list and there's a vague rumour about him here

MaGasTeR 05-07-2005 23:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by Anguisette
Add Puyol to that list and there's a vague rumour about him here

I don't think that Milan have the $$ for Puyol and:

Quote:

The Italian giants look set to lose long-time defensive lynchphin Paolo Maldini, with El Mundo Deportivo saying the stylish defender wants to end his career in the United States.
Maldini plays on the left, Puyol on the right ... so ...

adanshen 07-07-2005 02:27

Divaio
 
Don't forget him, such a good striker, now he will be very cheap,
sell inzaghi, get divaio, then wait to see if Giladino's price be how low,if
low sell tomasson for Gila. The point is, for a club to perform well, never spend too much money on transfer fee on one player, too risky, nowadays
there are so many free good players only if you can provide them good salary and starting place.
Look how much chelsea pay for mutu, and what they and Uven get.

ics_rk 07-07-2005 03:47

Well, yes, Di Vaio is good but there's no news relating him with Milan. And if there is, I don't think that he want to move here to be backup for Sheva or Gila (if he move to Milan)..

gaizka22 07-07-2005 11:54

He left Juve to Valencia because he didn't want to be a replacement for Trezeguet or Del Boy, so I don't think he wants to go to Milan only to warm up the bench. Although I don't know if the arrival of Kluivert will guarantee him a start either.

Anguisette 08-07-2005 00:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by MaGasTeR
I don't think that Milan have the $$ for Puyol and:


Maldini plays on the left, Puyol on the right ... so ...

The article gave me the impression that Puyol was a target for a future season.

Adooooo 08-07-2005 14:54

Quote:

Il mercato del Milan è strachiuso: al massimo vedremo cosa succede quest'inverno", è già diventata celebre questa affermazione fatta mercoledì da Adriano Galliani e subito ritrattata il giorno dopo.

Ritrattata, si badi bene, solo per la prima parte, ovvero quella legata alla caccia ad Alberto Gilardino e infatti il Milan sta per chiudere per il centravanti della Nazionale e del Parma.

Pochi, invece, hanno fatto caso alla seconda dichiarazione del numero due di Via Turati, ovvero l'attenzione rivolta al mercato di gennaio con un presunto colpo che avrebbe già un nome, quello di Cicinho, esterno destro del San Paolo e della nazionale brasiliana, seguito fino a qualche tempo fa anche da Livorno, Fiorentina e Betis Siviglia.

Il giocatore s'è definitivamente imposto all'attenzione degli osservatori internazionali nell'ultima Confederations Cup di alcune settimane fa, dove ha sostituito egregiamente Cafu nel ruolo di "numero due" della Seleçao, spingendo con continuità e rifornendo di assist l'attacco brasiliano dalla sua fascia di competenza.

Così il Milan, che con i giocatori brasiliani ha un feeling particolare, non ultimo quelli provenienti dal San Paolo (vedi Kakà) avrebbe chiesto informazioni alla colonia sudamericana che veste in rossonero, ricevendo relazioni più che positive, anche caratterialmente, sul 25enne difensore.

Il club di Via Turati si sarebbe dunque messo sulle tracce del giocatore ma, probabilmente, almeno fino al prossimo gennaio, non potrà né vorrà acquistare il giocatore.

Perché? Per due motivi. Innanzi tutto perché Cicinho è ancora impegnato nella Coppa Libertadores, dove nella finale d'andata il suo San Paolo ha pareggiato 1-1 fuori casa contro l'Atletico Paranaense: chiaro come il giocatore, oltre a voler vincere la competizione, voglia poi giocarsi la Coppa Intercontinentale con la sua attuale formazione.

Il secondo aspetto della situazione riguarda invece il contratto del difensore, legato al suo attuale club solo fino al 2006 e quindi tesserabile a gennaio a parametro zero. Oltretutto, conscio dell'interesse dei club europei, il brasiliano ha già fatto sapere di poter ottenere in breve tempo un passaporto comunitario. Se non è un invito, poco ci manca...
Since I don´t know anything italian i am not sure what is says here but a friend of minte told me that Milan are interested in Cicinho....
If someone that knows italian could write something about the text it would be nice.


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