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View Poll Results: So, how about Ronnie at the San Siro?
Hell yeah! Get him, whatever the cost! 59 38.31%
I don't think we need him, but I wouldn't mind it if he comes. 51 33.12%
Totally unnecessary. We have other areas to pay attention to. 44 28.57%
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Old 31-07-2006, 20:52   #81
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agree also

better acceleration on small spaces and much better adapted for italian football

both of them at milan - why not, if berlusconi agrees to pay these money (he can afford it, its no problem)

ronnie in and kaka out - NEVER
Yea, definitely agree, if we just get him and kaka stays
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Old 31-07-2006, 21:17   #82
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Forza Ronaldinho...but not at Milan...
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Old 31-07-2006, 21:39   #83
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Yea, definitely agree, if we just get him and kaka stays
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What for ? For WC06-like displays of lack of chemistry between the 2 ? We don't want a fuckin one-man show but a highly competitive TEAM.


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Old 31-07-2006, 21:42   #84
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What for ? For WC06-like displays of lack of chemistry between the 2 ? We don't want a fuckin one-man show but a highly competitive TEAM.
Havent u seen Brazil in other games before the WC? Ronaldinho and Kaka werent bad together... + Ronaldinho has always done better at club level.
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Old 31-07-2006, 21:54   #85
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Havent u seen Brazil in other games before the WC? Ronaldinho and Kaka werent bad together... + Ronaldinho has always done better at club level.
Rest assured I have. I have also seen Ronaldinho do nothing special @ PSG.


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Old 31-07-2006, 21:55   #86
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What's with the brazilian players? It's an Italian team, not a brazilian one...
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Old 31-07-2006, 21:57   #87
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Rest assured I have. I have also seen Ronaldinho do nothing special @ PSG.
He's not at psg though now is he?
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Old 31-07-2006, 21:59   #88
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He's not at psg though now is he?
You were talking 'club level'. Which includes his previous clubs.


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Old 31-07-2006, 22:01   #89
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You were talking 'club level'. Which includes his previous clubs.
Were not playing 3 seasons ago are we?
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he is not in PSG,but still f*** Ronaldinho in PSG and at Barcelona
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Old 31-07-2006, 22:04   #91
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Were not playing 3 seasons ago are we?
Right. He actually sucks more NOW than then, as evidenced by the World Cup.


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he is not in PSG,but still f*** Ronaldinho in PSG and at Barcelona
LOL, yup i don't like him 1 bit but he is talented.
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Old 31-07-2006, 22:05   #93
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Right. He actually sucks more NOW than then, as evidenced by the World Cup.
This season at Barca he was there only decent player along with Puyol + Eto'o as usual.. You can't judge sum1 on 5 games.
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Old 31-07-2006, 22:09   #94
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This season at Barca he was there only decent player along with Puyol + Eto'o as usual.. You can't judge sum1 on 5 games.
I never judge anyone on 5 matches. He doesn't fit into our system play + mentality-wise. EOD.


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I never judge anyone one 5 matches. He doesn't fit into our system play + mentality-wise. EOD.
Yet you still want Eto'o??
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Old 31-07-2006, 22:18   #96
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Yet you still want Eto'o??
Yea. But this is Ronaldinho's thread. You have to increase your post count elsewhere.


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Old 31-07-2006, 23:11   #97
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Milan eye Ronaldinho swoop
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Tentative Press reports from Italy suggest that Milan may make a shock move for Brazilian star Ronaldinho.

Both ********** and Il Corriere Dello Sport today reported that the Rossoneri may be lining up an enormous bid for the two-time FIFA World Player of the Year.

While figures are speculative, it is rumoured that the Diavoli may need to offer as much as £85.5m to lure the 26-year-old wizard away from the Nou Camp.

Milan transfer guru Ariedo Braida fanned the flames of transfer speculation by declaring that he was planning a “transfer surprise to reward the fans.”

There are a wide number of potential targets being mooted, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Gigi Buffon and Ronaldo amongst the most common whispers.

Spanish newspaper El Mundo Deportivo – believed to be the story’s primary source – suggests that Milan may be lining up Ronaldinho as a replacement for Kaka, should he finally agree to a Real Madrid switch.

A vast bid would then certainly be possible given the fee already taken for Ukrainian marksman Andriy Shevchenko.

While Milan are keen to bounce back from the Calciopoli scandal with a high-profile signing, Barca President Joan Laporta is unlikely to sacrifice a hero such as Ronaldinho so close to the club’s Presidential elections.

Meanwhile, the Rossoneri wait with baited breath to discover whether or not they will be allowed to compete in this season’s Champions League.

The UEFA Emergency Panel is set to make a decision on Wednesday at 14.00 local time.
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Old 01-08-2006, 00:00   #98
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So what if Ronaldinho played bad at the wolrd cup..for god sake's that doesn't make him a bad player just because he had a bad tournament. Sometimes stuff happens and things don't always go your way..get over it people, alot of amazing players have had bad tournaments, you can't always win and you can't always be good...and in Ronaldinho's case if he isn't incredible people automatically consider it to be a failure. What the hell did Kaka do in the world cup, after he scored against Croatia he was crap. Most of the brazilian team had a bad world cup, it doesn't mean that they all suck now. Zidane, Mattaeus, Klinsman, Totti, Stoichkov and whoever else you wanna name..they all had bad games or bad tournaments at one point. So what!! you move on do better next time. Ronaldinho is back to back wolrd player of the year, has won the liga, won the champions league, and won the world cup always being the main guy and leader. Saying something that Ronnie sucks is beyond ridiculous. Having him at Milan would be a dream, the guy is a God of football. He would be our best player by far. Kaka is my favorite player and I love him to death but in my opinion he doesn't compare to Ronnie. Ronnie is better in every aspect of the game..passing, playmaking, scoring, corners, free kicks, you name it. It's not by pure luck that he's the most expensive player in the world, there's a reason for that.

Now whether or not he would be a good fit in Milan is a different story, I could understand people not wanting him to come for that reason or to not mess up the chemistry..that makes sense. But if you have a chance to get a player like that I would go for it. If could end up not being the right fit..but what if it is the right fit and he does excel in Milan. With the quality we have around him Milan would be unstoppable. I wouldn't give up Kaka for him because Kaka is younger..but if Milan could keep both it would be amazing. That midfield duo would be amazing. Yes they had a bad tournament but they've also had good one playing together. If they could afford it, why not! In my opinion Kaka needs some help in the midfield. Whenever we play a quality opponent the defense focuses on him and they shut him down easily because he has no attacking support in the midfield that helps him out. Gattuso plays back, Pirlo plays back, on Seedorf you can't count..all we have is denfensive midfielders and Kaka is always left on his own to create.

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Hes too one footed to be a toplevel player at Milan!
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Old 01-08-2006, 02:47   #100
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