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Old 19-09-2005, 18:38   #21
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Rumours are starting that Stam is to leave us soon. Please let there be smoke with fire just this one time

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Jaap Stam has officially dismissed reports that his time with Milan will soon be coming to an end.

Whispers have suggested that the Dutchman could be set for a return to Holland as a result of the club’s unconvincing defensive displays.

But the former Manchester United and Lazio stopper has rubbished that claim with the briefest of statements.

"I have never thought about leaving Milan," the 33-year-old told the official club website on Monday.

Stam, formerly of PSV Eindhoven, joined the European giants on a free transfer from Lazio in the summer of 2004.

However, his ability has started to be questioned recently given the club’s obvious rearguard fragility.

Many believe that the defence, which hasn’t kept a clean sheet for 11 official games, is getting too old.

Speculation suggested that Stam would be sacrificed in January or June, with Roma’s Cristian Chivu and Dias Felipe of Udinese set to be brought in.


Finally, some recognition of our age problem in the defence and thet Stam is infact piss. Please let the bit about Chivu be true as well
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Old 19-09-2005, 19:20   #22
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I ,for one would not be sad to see him leave.I always thought he was over-rated in particular atMan U.Having said that I just got my son the Stam Corinthians figure though I'd happily replace him.if only it were that easy for Milan to get rid of him.
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Old 19-09-2005, 19:40   #23
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Rumours are starting that Stam is to leave us soon. Please let there be smoke with fire just this one time

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Jaap Stam has officially dismissed reports that his time with Milan will soon be coming to an end.

Whispers have suggested that the Dutchman could be set for a return to Holland as a result of the club’s unconvincing defensive displays.

But the former Manchester United and Lazio stopper has rubbished that claim with the briefest of statements.

"I have never thought about leaving Milan," the 33-year-old told the official club website on Monday.

Stam, formerly of PSV Eindhoven, joined the European giants on a free transfer from Lazio in the summer of 2004.

However, his ability has started to be questioned recently given the club’s obvious rearguard fragility.

Many believe that the defence, which hasn’t kept a clean sheet for 11 official games, is getting too old.

Speculation suggested that Stam would be sacrificed in January or June, with Roma’s Cristian Chivu and Dias Felipe of Udinese set to be brought in.


Finally, some recognition of our age problem in the defence and thet Stam is infact piss. Please let the bit about Chivu be true as well

I will put a ribbon around him when he leaves ... but I'm sad to say that a this stage we need him ... we made the mistake not to invest in our defence during the summer transfermarket.

Lets hope he will recapture his old form so he will be usefull to us
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Old 21-09-2005, 14:19   #24
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just now i have read that for the dailynewspaper of "indipendente"he said when his contract end he will return to holland and maybe play for PSV
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Old 22-09-2005, 14:55   #25
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Old 30-09-2005, 20:52   #26
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I comne from China , in China , most football fans think Stam is the best defender , he is very strong and his heading is very good , don't forget his slide tackle !
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Old 25-10-2005, 13:13   #27
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Stam set for summer exit? Tuesday 25 October, 2005

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Milan stopper Jaap Stam could return to Holland at the end of this season, according to reports.

The 33-year-old is contracted to the Italian giants until June 2007, but a summer switch may be on the horizon.

Stories in the peninsula have already suggested that Stam could ask for a transfer and his agent has admitted that a switch is a possibility.

"Jaap is very happy at Milan and is contracted to the club for another two years," Henk Van Ginkel is quoted as saying.

"However, Stam wants to go back home to Holland so that he can totally dedicate himself to his family.

"Two clubs have already said they are interested in him. We’ll now have to speak to Milan and see what can be done."

It’s understood that PSV Eindhoven, where Stam played between 1996-1998, and Heerenveen are keen on his signature.

The former international joined the San Siro giants in the summer of 2004 for around £7.5m from Lazio.

He started his career at FC Zwolle, but really hit the headlines after three successful years at Manchester United before his August 2001 move to Italy.

Milan are already looking for new defenders to rejuvenate their ageing rearguard.

Udinese’s Dias Felipe, Cristian Chivu of Roma and Paris Saint-Germain’s Mario Yepes have all been associated recently.

source: Channel4.com

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Old 25-10-2005, 13:47   #28
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Stam: 'I have never thought of leaving Milan.'

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Old 25-10-2005, 15:59   #29
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rumours, rumours, non sense rumours.


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Old 25-10-2005, 17:33   #30
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He's not the best defender in the world...he's not the best defender at Milan but we need him for now.
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Old 25-10-2005, 18:32   #31
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It's also been reported on yahoo.it http://it.sports.yahoo.com/051025/4/bpel.html, so it could as well be more than a rumor. Pesonally, I wouldn't mind him leaving. Signing a younger defender to replace him would become more of an urgency + priority for Milan which ain't a bad thing


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Old 26-10-2005, 02:41   #32
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Source: Football Italia

Milan stopper Jaap Stam could return to Holland at the end of this season, according to reports.

The 33-year-old is contracted to the Italian giants until June 2007, but a summer switch may be on the horizon.

Stories in the peninsula have already suggested that Stam could ask for a transfer and his agent has admitted that a switch is a possibility.

"Jaap is very happy at Milan and is contracted to the club for another two years," Henk Van Ginkel is quoted as saying.

"However, Stam wants to go back home to Holland so that he can totally dedicate himself to his family.

"Two clubs have already said they are interested in him. We’ll now have to speak to Milan and see what can be done."

It’s understood that PSV Eindhoven, where Stam played between 1996-1998, and Heerenveen are keen on his signature.

The former international joined the San Siro giants in the summer of 2004 for around £7.5m from Lazio.

He started his career at FC Zwolle, but really hit the headlines after three successful years at Manchester United before his August 2001 move to Italy.

Milan are already looking for new defenders to rejuvenate their ageing rearguard.

Udinese’s Dias Felipe, Cristian Chivu of Roma and Paris Saint-Germain’s Mario Yepes have all been associated recently.



I think this is a good move, Jaap had been one of my fav players for the past year but i think he and we need to split. I think this means that we are finally heading in the righ direction.
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Old 26-10-2005, 05:35   #33
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Good for him and us i guess. Now Galliani has a reason to go shopping for a young rear guard. Llike he needed one.

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Old 26-10-2005, 06:02   #34
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Good for him and us i guess. Now Galliani has a reason to go shopping for a young rear guard.
i absolutely agree.
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Old 26-10-2005, 06:26   #35
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Stam is fundamental at the moment, he really is performing great. He himself said he has never thought of leaving Milan.
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Old 26-10-2005, 06:51   #36
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Why do you think there is a Jaap Stam thread in the players section???


I bet it's so you can put all this crap about Stam in there without creating pointless threads


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Old 26-10-2005, 07:40   #37
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pull your head in mate...this isn't a pointless thread, cock head
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Old 26-10-2005, 09:33   #38
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pull your head in mate...this isn't a pointless thread, cock head
It is when you consider that this has already been discussed in the Stam thread
And I would edit that last phrase if I were you
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Old 27-10-2005, 01:06   #39
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forgive me....head rush
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Old 27-10-2005, 01:36   #40
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Stam is only one of those who sould leave us. Also I don't see any place and chance for Simic and Rui Costa.
But as about Jaap, I wonna say him a great Thanks for playing so good and brave in AC Milan
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