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crazy4milan 18-12-2007 01:16

That's the only post that has actually been able to make me cry. It's just so well written and it really shows the emotional moments that many of us felt while watching that particular moment. Gaizka another :star: for you.

Kyara 23-12-2007 09:23

:cry:

Besfort 17-01-2008 21:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kuzimoto
Dear management!
Not always i got the chance to watch the Coppa game.Today i've had one.
I consider myself as a huge and very optimistic fan of Milan and even in the hardest time,the most bitter times i've always supported Milan and cheered them as if they were a winning only team.
After that marvelous performance with Napoli i saw the perfect team with a perfect ambitions and spirit.
It is so important to us,fans to see our team this way-to many of us it is a natural engine for a life achievements.
What i saw today in the game with Catania was a pure cowardice from our head coach-pure weakness and unwillingness to get some of our key players injured.I believe that the main target of our management is to reach the Champions League every year at any coast,even if it takes to loose the national pride and honor.In the last 30 years we have won only one Coppa Italia-this is embarassing and shame.
I saw Roma battling today with Totti and Mancini,i saw Juventus fighting with their teeth last night and both of them won with some great honor and dignity.What in the world makes you think that we should not pay our hearts to such games?It brings less profit???
I saw today a team of angry,unfocused players,who seem to play like a group of veterans,looking like doing the favor,proving their salaries.Cafu as a striker?Gourcouff with his brilliant shots?Gila with his sad-always-face and simple mistakes?
I believe Carlo Ancelotti was suppose to play with almost the same squad as with Napoli,to make the same squad play even better together,getting stronger and more dangerous.And then in the end of the game,when it's done-let other players to fit in and feel the pitch,even though it is very sensitive to most of them,as they are not a regular players.
I believe that our mangement is very attached to the fact,that they should make their regular profits out of higher competitions,such as Champions League(it's no secret to anyone,that behind that beautifull mask of European Glory-a huge ammount of money stands and growing).
Maybe our management has forgot that Coppa Italia had become a bigger and more interesting competiotion,where every team fight as if it was a very important one.
As i was writing this letter,it was still the 90th minute of the game and i hoped like a little child,that when i finish this,i'd just erase all what i have said and keep it like this.But not.It was a poor performance,which showed that one day,when we'll need our bench to be strong,we'll be shaking our nerve systems and will be affraid,that there's no real back up.
Truly hope,that something will change really quick,cos' the fact that Pato is here and Ronaldo is fit doesn't make us be sure of anything.


Nice one Kuzi. :)

http://www.forum.acmilan-online.com/...48&postcount=1

Quinni 17 18-01-2008 23:01

Im not mentioned at all in this thread thought I'd just drop on by :D lol

crazy4milan 25-01-2008 15:51

Another Gaizka classic from this thread:http://forum.acmilan-online.com/showthread.php?t=9722
Quote:

Originally Posted by gaizka22
Carlo Ancelotti last game for Milan

Not much is known about Ancelotti’s playing day. He didn’t score a lot of goals, his most memorable goal probably that 35 yard rocket that almost break the hand of Paco Buyo when Milan trashed Real Madrid 5-0 on April 19, 1989 during the second leg of the Champions Cup game. Aside from that wonderful goal, the man nicknamed the Terminator for his ability to terminate all attack was content to calmly guarded the midfield and his steady game allowed Rijkaard to venture forward.

Coming to Milan from Rome in season 87/88, Carletto won every major club cup trophies with Milan. In 91/92 season, the arrival of young Demetrio Albertini made the 33 years old realized that he will no longer be part of Fabio Cappelo plan. But he still had a last trick up on his sleeve and he intended to go on a high note.

The day was May 17 1992 and Milan played vs Verona in the 33rd game of the league. Having already secured their 12th scudetto a week before after a 1-1 draw vs Napoli at the Sao Paolo stadium, the tifosi were ready to celebrate their unbeaten season. Banners, flags and posters were all paraded and the stadium was a spectacular red and black show.

Milan started with Rossi, Tasotti, Maldini, Costacurta, Albertini, Donadoni, Rijkaard, Gullit, Massaro and Van Basten. It didn’t take them long to start the party that the full capacity San Siro was expecting. Van Basten was fouled and after his customary one jump and 3 steps penalty-taking ritual; he converted his 11th penalty of the season in the 18th minute. It was his 23rd goal of the season (he would score 2 more in the last game away vs Foggia which Milan won 8-2 after falling 2-1 behind at half time and ended up as the season’s top scorer). The 1-0 score lasted until the first half was over.

Marco Simone came for Albertini at half time and Gullit soon doubled the lead in the 48th minute with a left-footed shot just inside the penalty box as Milan continued to dominate the game. Then Carletto’s moment came when Capello took Gullit out in the 68th minute. Wearing no 14, it didn’t take him long to change the game. Verona defense failed to clear a corner from the right side and the ball wildly bounced outside the box only for Ancelotti to lashed a thundering right foot shot that rolled on the ground and passed Gregori the Verona keeper in the 76th minute. 3-0 for Milan.

As if confirming that the day will be his, Ancelotti got more fired up. 1 minute after the restart, Stojkovic misjudged a pass and Ancelotti stole the ball from his feet and started dribbling to the box. He had Simone to his left but he continued his drive and delivered a precision shot that nested on the right side of the goal. 4-0 for Milan.

Ancelotti was mobbed by his team mate. Baresi, Donadoni and Rijkaard was still group hugging him when the captain said something which reduced them to a hearty laughter. For me, this 3 seconds scene summed up Milan in the 91/92 season: they were having fun, playing beautifully and winning games.

As the ref blew the final whistle, the fans descended for peaceful pitch invasion. Van Basten was forced to relinguish his jersey, Albertini was mobbed, Baresi had his captain’s arm band stripped from his arm. At the end of the afternoon after the pitch was cleared; Ancelotti was hoisted and carried in his team mates shoulders as they parared him around the pitch to the crescendo of applause inside the stadium. Another Milan hero is making his last curtain call.


Andromeda 14-02-2008 14:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by radioactivenerd
oh my god. I just woke up early to catch a flight out for work, and i am absolutely gutted at this news.
I really really hope that this does not mean his career is over. Its going to be a 8-9 month recovery period, and if there is one club out there that can make this work, its Milan.

I might sound a little foolish here, but i would love for Milan to extend his contract by a year. Sometimes, the things that annoy me about MIlan makes me love this club even more - their neverending trust in players, and i would love for us to show him this act of class at this moment in his career.

12 months of rehab, and even if we get the real Ronaldo back for 1 year, its worth it.

I'm not going to believe that his career is over until i see something more believable. goal.com's article is nothing but a deduction. We've seen him fight, weve seen him survive. A contract extension might be just what he needs to work through this injury.
I might be hoping against a brick wall, but im still hoping.

this post will remains me for not lose the hope to wait Ronaldo. come back soon Ronnie !! good post there radioactivenerd :star: :star: :star:

the link : http://forum.acmilan-online.com/show...page=185&pp=20

radioactivenerd 14-02-2008 18:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by Andromeda
this post will remains me for not lose the hope to wait Ronaldo. come back soon Ronnie !! good post there radioactivenerd :star: :star: :star:

the link : http://forum.acmilan-online.com/show...page=185&pp=20

wow ty andro!! it feels good to make my debut in here ;)

Rahja 15-03-2008 22:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beemer
We lost today because Dildil has recovered.

best post ever :star: :D

Beemer 15-03-2008 22:55

Think I'll return the favor:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rahja
Great, and what will the next thread be like?

"I have good news, Dildil went to the toilet" ? :rolleyes:

Classic. :star:

Lilly 21-03-2008 05:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by Milan10
All I know is that every player you bashed contributed in some way to Milan winning the Champion's League and other trophies. Ancelotti (******loti as you "cleverly" refer to him as) has led the team to 2 CLs, the Scudetto, Italian domestic cups, the Club World Cup, and more... To nickname him ******loti basically shows how classless and disrespectful you are.

You bash the players and coach that have given you everything in the last 5 years as a Milan fan. Every fan in the world would trade their last 5 years for Milan's. Think about what we have done in the last 5 years, or is that too much to do when you like to be so negative? Milan is going through a tough time right now, but I don't think that the players or the coach are at fault. The management is at fault for not spending the necessary money to keep the club youthful and determined. The fact of the matter is that most of Milan's important players are over 30, which isn't necessarily a recipe for success. The blame for Milan's current woes belongs to the management, but I think they will fix the problem, because Berlusconi has delivered time and time again for Milan in the past. I think his eyes are being opened by what has transpired in the last month, or at least I hope so.

I love Milan because I believe it is the classiest organization in all of sports. I've never seen a club or team anywhere in the world as dedicated to its players than Milan. It's easy for players to be dedicated to a team, but when a team is dedicated to its players, well that is something special. I read stories about how close Milan's players are to one another, stories from the Milanello, I can't help but be proud that I support such a wonderful team. I've watched teams like Real Madrid and Chelsea spend hundreds of millions this decade and yet not come close to what Milan has accomplished in just 5 years with our "shitty coach and players."

Is Milan struggling? Of course, everyone can see that and no one needs you to explain that to us. Is it time for Ancelotti to move on? Possibly, but I'm not going to insult a man who has brought sensational results to Milan. Are our players struggling? Of course again, anyone can see that, but let me say this: I will not insult the reigning World Player of the Year who helped bring us a Champion's League trophy last year as you do... I will not insult one of the greatest Italian goal scorers of all time who scored both of our goals in the CL final as you do... I will not insult a player who has played an extraordinary amount of games for Milan and Italy since the World Cup in 2006, a player who was instrumental in both Italy's success in the World Cup, and Milan's run to the CL...

All I can think to ask is, how spoiled have you become? Do you expect Milan to dominate from now until the end of time? What Milan has done in the last 5 years, and moreover in the last 20 years we've been the best team in Europe 5 times! Is it really necessary to turn on everyone after 1 year of disappointment? I recognize Milan's struggle, but I'm not going to insult the players and coach that brought me such great joys less than a year ago, and I think such a classy organization deserves a little class from its fans.

Amazing post. Explains exactly how I feel.
:star:

Armin__m 21-03-2008 11:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lilly
Amazing post. Explains exactly how I feel.
:star:

i was just about to post it here too..

really great post..:star:

WILL2K 21-03-2008 19:58

Great Post Milan10 . That's exactly how i feel . :proud:

Rosanna03 21-03-2008 20:14

Great post Milan10 :star: :proud:

It really brought tears to my eyes. ;)

rreze_milan 29-03-2008 12:24

ooooww:S
good post Milan10 ;)

Centre 29-03-2008 19:49

:star: :star: :star: Milan10 :star: :star: :star:

ezekiel2517 02-05-2008 05:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by Billy_69
Let me welcome a fan of the most honest club in the world. The club that staged calciopoli thanks to telephone interceptions fabricated by Tronchetti, member of the board of directors of Inter and head of Telecom Italia. On orders directly from Moratti.

Let me welcome the winner of three scudetti, one after the other :

1) the scudetto di paperone, won in court with Juventus and Milan declassified by said interceptations.

2) the scudetto di cartone, won with all opponents heavily punished by point penalties or send to Serie B, also as a result from the Tronchetti-Moratti-Palazzi aka the new triade setup.

3) the scudetto del arbitrone, handed by the referees to the most honest club of all, giving our neramerdi at least 12 points in worth of offside goals, fake penalties and other nice matchwinning stuff.

Yeah, Inter really rules, god bless moratti and his bunch of scum. May they die in a fire and their loser fans with them.

:o

David-Regal 03-05-2008 11:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by chely
from ch 4
quotes of the week

"The Milan derby is like a Champions League Final."
Inter chief Massimo Moratti - how would he know?

lol :D

:star: A nice one :star:

Jivara 14-05-2008 02:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wild
Nothing is impossible so we might just qualify.
I just fear the stupidity triad using our qualification 2 delay the revolution yet another year & am fed up with Milan playing the most boring football 4 many years now.

The team should always make the league his priority unless they r a weak team.
I will b very sad if we dont play in CL mainly coz we will lose money & that will surely affect our team in a bad way but if this is what it take 2 make the stupidity triad wake up + concentrate on the league like they should then so b it.

A smart person will always work on his weaknesses rather than bragging about his strength.
Milan were always good in CL & they spent years bragging about it rather than building on it + try 2 fix our obvious weaknesses in the league.
Huge mistake that came biting us in the ass & nothing can erase this shameful season.

SerieA should always b our priority & CL will come sooner or latter.
Lets get it next year & Milan will always b in my heart.

best post written by wild, its not really golden, but ill put it here so as to encourage him to write more like this and less of ******loti and kill pirlo posts ;)

ila al amam ya batta

rreze_milan 14-05-2008 16:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by JUANES
To my Heart:

Today, somebody called me to my cell phone and told me "what do you feel now that your milan is not going to champions league! it's over! it's over..kaká will go and your team will be ashamed to play in uefa cup!"

i got a deep breath and then i told him...n"othing its over...i still have faith...im a born catholic and i will have faith no matter what happens. Yes i know this things dont go 2gether but i am proud for all the moments this group has given me all this years".

now i realize that we might be in the downward spiral, but despite of that i still have that little light and piece of light that have brought me countless smiles. I dont know how long it will last , but i still believe in you.

Seasons ago, when we were out due to the calciopoli scandal, i wrote to you before...God listened to me and a miracle came up and you were in the champions league and we won it together. I could not believe that after all the troubles you passed for and me me passed by, you were still by my side.

Its true, you dont know who i am, you dont know that i exist, but that's the way things should be. Everybody says me always...dont expect the best because you will get dissapointed..

Im not expecting anything because its in the simple things that you give me joy always...and that's the way it is.

Even when i play PES 2008 and use AC MILAN in my xbox 360, or look at my poster i tell myself..gosh...i feel in my heart what a fan should feel. I remember the 2005 CL final in istanbul..i cried a lot...i was the joke of everybody...but we came back.

My heart, i know that you are going to give the best of you this coming sunday. I expect to be with you in those final moments of this season..no matter what happens or the result.

It's not about kak*, pato, ronaldo or any upcoming players...its about what you have printed in my heart...the passion and the joy to be one of your fans.

i appreciate your hard work and despite the bad results..i will stand by you this sunday..and forever. I hope my future sons when i have them and my grandsons will share the joy that im enjoying today. Give to them what you have already given to me.

You dont have to prove anything my MILAN, just do your job and let God do the rest, He will decide. He is the best judge.

Forever with you, until we part away.


your fan and follower.


I STILL BELIEVE!!!

Juan Antonio Escudero


GOLDEN POST made by JUAN :)

Kyara 16-05-2008 10:18

I agree :star:
Quote:

Originally Posted by JUANES
To my Heart:

Today, somebody called me to my cell phone and told me "what do you feel now that your milan is not going to champions league! it's over! it's over..kaká will go and your team will be ashamed to play in uefa cup!"

i got a deep breath and then i told him...n"othing its over...i still have faith...im a born catholic and i will have faith no matter what happens. Yes i know this things dont go 2gether but i am proud for all the moments this group has given me all this years".

now i realize that we might be in the downward spiral, but despite of that i still have that little light and piece of light that have brought me countless smiles. I dont know how long it will last , but i still believe in you.

Seasons ago, when we were out due to the calciopoli scandal, i wrote to you before...God listened to me and a miracle came up and you were in the champions league and we won it together. I could not believe that after all the troubles you passed for and me me passed by, you were still by my side.

Its true, you dont know who i am, you dont know that i exist, but that's the way things should be. Everybody says me always...dont expect the best because you will get dissapointed..

Im not expecting anything because its in the simple things that you give me joy always...and that's the way it is.

Even when i play PES 2008 and use AC MILAN in my xbox 360, or look at my poster i tell myself..gosh...i feel in my heart what a fan should feel. I remember the 2005 CL final in istanbul..i cried a lot...i was the joke of everybody...but we came back.

My heart, i know that you are going to give the best of you this coming sunday. I expect to be with you in those final moments of this season..no matter what happens or the result.

It's not about kak*, pato, ronaldo or any upcoming players...its about what you have printed in my heart...the passion and the joy to be one of your fans.

i appreciate your hard work and despite the bad results..i will stand by you this sunday..and forever. I hope my future sons when i have them and my grandsons will share the joy that im enjoying today. Give to them what you have already given to me.

You dont have to prove anything my MILAN, just do your job and let God do the rest, He will decide. He is the best judge.

Forever with you, until we part away.


your fan and follower.


I STILL BELIEVE!!!

Juan Antonio Escudero

:proud:

Ashish 23-07-2008 21:43

when tsar compared himself with jesus

Quote:

Originally Posted by radioactivenerd
jesus probably had better things to do than orgasm at the growing number of his cyber-reincarnations.

i really liked it and guess what merda shit got owned :)
i dont know whether its funny or not for others

PUPO 24-07-2008 10:03

Am i mentioned at all? Cant be bothered to fish through...lol

drucurl 28-07-2008 02:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beemer
In the time it took Kalac to get down for a low ball in the box several times last season, I was able to complete a crossword puzzle and fold the laundry before he even hit the ground.

Maybe I am stuck in the past about Dida. At the same time, though, it's laughable to hear the Kalac contingent bring up the Fiorentina match ad nauseam to justify his otherwise so-so stint as first choice.


Abbiati ran hot and cold with Torino, which is probably one reason why he sacrificed first-team action to bolt to Spain after one season.

Beemer strikes gold again :proud:

Beemer 28-07-2008 02:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by drucurl
Beemer strikes gold again :proud:

Thanks, I think. :)

drucurl 28-07-2008 12:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beemer
Thanks, I think. :)

You're totally welcome baby girl.....just one question though.....how many words were in the puzzle :D

inomilan 28-07-2008 12:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kak*_&_Gourcuff
For Tsar, why Milan >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Inter :

First, you want to be a big boy on trophy's, well a little mistake little boy :
AC Milan own Inter on every possibly way, we still have more Scudetto then you have, even when you add your faxed Scudetti to your 'list'.

Then you want to be the big boy in Europe, well should I say anything or do you already know that we own you even more in Europe.
By the way, why do you find it so amusing that we play in the Uefa Cup, Inter join it so many times and they were happy as hell when they won it (finally a trophy !!!). Some figures for big boy Tsar :

Champions League : big boys Inter managed to get it TWICE ! what a miracle :D and let us see, when was the last time : 1964-1965 :D Where you even born then gloryboy ?
But don't cry big boy, you won the Uefa Cup in 98, that's only 10 years ago...
Meanwhile, Milan had more succes in Europe in the last 8 years then you had in a 100 years :D And the best part is that it's even true hahahaha
So just to make it clear again, who are you to talk to us about trophy's ? And if it's about European titles you are the last one who should open his mouth and try to be a big boy because let me say it again, Milan have won more in Europe in the last 8 years then Inter has done in about 100 years, so shut the fuck up would you ?

=D>
also this one from drucurl =))
Quote:

Originally Posted by drucurl
I personally would much rather laugh at the fact that the same Ronaldo whom you so graciously call FatFag is the one who gave you your only European Silverware in the past two decades....you are laughing at us for playing in the tournament that has actually added to tour European credentials limited though they be :)

But seriously Inter laughing at us for not being in the Euros this year is like a pornstar laughing at Halle Berry for not landing a part in the next big movie......either way the pornstar is going to get a bit part role with a one word line and is soon going back to getting f**ked :D Similarly Inter is going to have another cameo appearance in the CL....where they'll stay long enough to swap jerseys with the likes of Real, ManU, Barca Liverpool (lol!)etc before going back to assume their usual ...er....er....postition :tongue:


Ashish 08-08-2008 12:08

I dont like Argentina because Brasil is my fav team, but this post is a gr8 one potraying radioactivenerd's love for argentina :)
Quote:

Originally Posted by radioactivenerd
Tevez is actually one of the argentines that i like the least. of course i still like him, but hes nowhere near the rest of the argentines in my fav players
list.

Before i get into why i support argentina, i just want to say India is still my #1 team - if india EVER plays against argentina, i know exactly who im supporting, and its not argentina. This is just so the crap flingers dont have a field day talking about glory-seeking etc.

im not sure what got me into supporting argentina...i think it was Batistuta - the first game of football i ever saw was a fiorentina game, right before the 94 world cup. Batistuta had a stunner, and i started watching games just for him. i thought batistuta was a god, so that got me following argentina in the wc cos of him. heck i followed all football just cos of him for those first 2-3 years.

i loved the way argentina were playing in the 94 wc before maradona got kicked out....the 86 and 90 argentina were dependant on maradona, but the 94 one was a complete team, built around maradona, but not dependent on him.

I still remember that opening game against greece...i was about 10 years old, and was in absolute awe of Batistuta's hat-trick. :proud::proud::proud:
I had to watch it at my neighbours place cos we didnt have cable at that time - and the neighbours kid always pissed me off, but i was his best friend during that tournament :D

I guess when ur 10 years old, and are so impressionable, and your idol (batistuta) is playing with one of the greats of the game (maradona), and holding his own, and even being crucial for his success, it gets you hooked pretty bad. Going from there, to seeing maradona get kicked out, and argentina crumbling just had an effect on me of some sort.


For a little bit after the world cup, i was actually a little worried, even though it was about 7 years away, about what would happen when Batistuta retired. Would i lose interest in football? would i stop caring about argentina as a football team? as a 10 year old, you arent old enough to appreciate other things about a country, apart from your hero playing for it. Thankfully, in 1996, someone fired River Plate all the way to the Copa Libertadores title. Crespo.

When Crespo burst on the scene in 1996, he was for me, the next Batistuta - the guy to lead the argentine national attack for the next few world cups. Crespo in those days, from 1996 till about 2002, was simply phenomenal...his games at parma and lazio were just stunning. as much as i hate to say it, some games of Fernando Torres last season reminded me of Hernan Crespo in 1999. He never really rose to the level of Batistuta, atleast not in world football, but hes the guy that kept the hope of another Batistuta alive, after the real one faded away. And he definitely was living up to it, till fucking english football came and interfered.

That has of course developed into a full fledged love affair with the country....its made me read about the clubs, follow argentine football as much as possible, and read up on the sporting history. i love the style of play in argentina, and the rivalries, and the passion. i dont think im being biased when i say that it is probably the most passionate league in the world.
And they do a mean steak as well ;)

Ah i could go on and on and on and on. About Batistuta's bicycle kick, Crespo kissing the golden boot, Ortega wearing the #10 in 1998, the magic that is Pablo Aimar, Ayala's gritty smile, and the future hope of Cavenaghi and maybe even Zarate. Maybe ill write a long blog post about it someday, if i ever get into blogging.

I'm sure uve got a vague idea as to why i support argentina. ive tried to put it into words of some sort!


drucurl 19-08-2008 20:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by Boban1982
Rubbish.

He was the best player last season, but both Kaka and Messi were injured. Kaka is a class above CR7 and a big game player.

Kaka didnt do anything in Athens? No just won the free kick for the first goal and set up the second.

Are you no forgetting CR7 missed crucial penalty and was only saved from total humilation by John Terry's slip.

CR7 isa fine player, but a Kaka he will never be.

£80 million is a lot of money, but no one is good enough to replace him.

that's 24k gold right there :proud:

drucurl 19-08-2008 20:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by *Milan*4ever*
why can`t you just start acting appropriate to your age and stop following the kid around trying to prove something?
the post wasn`t something special for me neither,but it`s fucking gold when compared to your posts..


stop whining already,it`s really getting boring (and i don`t mean just this)..

^ this post belongs here :o

Charbel 20-08-2008 12:42

GOlden POST :star:
Quote:

Originally Posted by Rahja
Sheva? It could happen tommorrow. Since his move to Chelsea he was linked to Milan every transfer period, but in the end, it was never completed. It looks like this time is the "good" one. The big problem always was Abramovich, he liked Sheva very much. Sheva and scoring goals in Chelsea didn't work out very well, but that didn't convince Abrahamovic to let him go.
But a nice conversation at Sardegna could be the breakthrough. Shevchenko returns to Milan on loan basis, with option of buying.


The question is: did berlusconi did this for "his" Milan, or is he just being selfish? The return of Sheva seems to bring more problems than solutions.

1) Our attack would be "overcrowded": with ronnie, kaka & seedorf it is about 100% sure Milan will play with only 1 deep striker, or 1 deep striker with ronnie behind him.
At this moment, for that deep striker, milan has already Pato, INzaghi, Borriello and Paloschi. Inzaghi, IMO, could live with the bench now and then, but what about Pato & Borriello??


2) Also in our defence will raise some major problems. In our friendlies it was clear we needed another CB. Ivanovic had a deal with Milan, but Chelsea refused to let him go. That pissed of Ivanovic.
But, now Sheva is likely to come, we can't buy him anymore, because with Sheva and Viudez our non-EU spots are gone.
Next to Ivanovic, now we also can forget Thiago Silva and Alex Silva.
So what now, he Berlu?

3) And then we could ask ourselves: "What is Sheva worth?" In 2 seasons he only played 47 games and only scored 9 goals. Shame


Sorry if my english is not so good


Rahja 20-08-2008 12:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by Soldier
GOlden POST :star:

thx again :p

drucurl 20-08-2008 19:24

Best Post of All Time
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by superpato
i still believe in big ron

its funny people showing pics of him being overweight while injured

theres not much h can do while he can barely walk

wish these internet warriors would just get a life instead of looking at pics of topless guys on the net

ronaldo is the best striker of all time

Damn straight :o

Jasper 20-08-2008 20:56

Take it easy dru. Read through the thread and reconsider. We have epic stuff here but the latest nominees are just ... daily goodies at best.

Sasha 20-08-2008 21:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jasper
Take it easy dru. Read through the thread and reconsider. We have epic stuff here but the latest nominees are just ... daily goodies at best.

Golden. :star: :proud: :star: :D :proud: :) :star: :cool:

Charbel 21-08-2008 13:09

Enough fighting, Start reading some Golden Posts
Quote:

Originally Posted by Jasper
Ok, since my allegory isn't noticed by anyone, I take the blame. But I'll translate my point for it to be more clear.

1. 'Let's poop on this one' - is a note not to take following too serious. It's a hint on Triumph the Insult Comic Dog(youtube it).

2. 'The keeper did as good as Dida vs AEK.' - means the whole forum would blame Dida had he been between the sticks.

3. '55% of the goal was the mask' - no-one is mentioning the 3 man mask of Czechs.

4. '44% keeper incompetence' - see number one + admit he went on the wrong directiot thus any ball to his right hand would have been in.

5. '1% of Janku skill' - note on usual degrading if Pirlo had done it + my eyes tell me he hit it past the wall not over.


All in all a great goal. Great we have such an asset and we should use him if it's left-footer position fk but don't go over top..

If you check the Jankulovski thread, you would realized much more , why this is a Golden Post! :star:

Jasper 21-08-2008 13:32

Added a poll, you have a week.

crazy4milan 21-08-2008 21:50

Ok guys, the OT ends here. Go back to nominate real Golden Posts

gaizka22 22-08-2008 16:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by crazy4milan
Ok guys, the OT ends here. Go back to nominate real Golden Posts

This thread - IMO - is the place where you measured yourself against the rest of the forum member. Can u really come up with something really good and appreciated by others?

Is the quality of the posts in this forum have really sunken to a pitiful level?

Sasha 22-08-2008 17:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by gaizka22
This thread - IMO - is the place where you measured yourself against the rest of the forum member. Can u really come up with something really good and appreciated by others?

Is the quality of the posts in this forum have really sunken to a pitiful level?

Agree. I consider myself lucky to have at least 1 post in here. :)

Az. 23-08-2008 20:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by Billy_69
13 year olds should grow hair on their nuts before using the F word against a Milan legend. Amen.

GOLD. :star:


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