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Old 15-06-2011, 13:08   #30261
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Champions League - Real and Milan are on the agreement: Ibra in blancos, Higuain Rossoneri!

LONDON - From Spain they are persistent rumors that they would like Milan and Real in the exchange that will bring closure Ibrahimovic the court of Mourinho and Higuain orders Allegri. The deal would have the blessing of the two engineers who, for different reasons, want to get rid of the players in their convictions, but mainly because the exchange would benefit a lot with their respective teams. In fact, the coach of Livorno striker would welcome with open arms a younger Swedish and with more advanced tactical flexibility, while the Special One would be happy to get back among his ranks as a perfect soldier Ibrahimovic.

Galliani and Perez are working to complete the transaction as soon as possible to conclude the deal, probably with an equal exchange. The two players will not create problems, in fact for both the situation created in the club of current membership is not the best for Ibra especially from the point of view of relationships, Higuain but as regards the space to express themselves. In short, the first exchange of this super transfers is just around the corner, and will not be the last.

http://www.italiah24.it/sport/calcio...rossonero.html

Football - AC Milan Montolivo in hand! Stroke signed Allegri

LONDON - E 'blatant indiscretion by which the midfielder Fiorentina would be a step away from the Rossoneri. In recent days, Montolivo had a meeting with Allegri in which he would discuss his move to Milan and it seems that it has put some good foundation for the deal go through. Recently midfielder purple, through its agent, confirmed that his adventure Fiorentina is practically at the end credits, but until yesterday the team most affected and was considered closer to the player 'sInter. Today the situation seems quite different with the club of Via Turati ready to launch the assault to take decisive Montolivo a Milanello.

The advantage gained by the Rossoneri not only on the will of the midfielder, but also in negotiations with the company would prefer to close with Tuscan Galliani as in the business could fall even Cassano. The talent is as old as safe Bari-runner and is a manifest desire to Mihajlovic which for weeks has admitted his interest in Fantantonio. In short, very likely that the transfers AC Milan signs another blow after Mexes and Taiwo. Galliani and Braida I'm at work, is Allegri pushing strongly for the midfielder.

http://www.italiah24.it/sport/calcio...o-allegri.html

P. Berlusconi: "Ganso the new Kaka. Thiago is not in question but ..."

On the sidelines of the charity event "All for Stefano Borgonovo" (yesterday, the final evening in Giussano), Paolo Berlusconi, the Milan vice-president, has made some important statements to 'La Gazzetta dello Sport' "The return of Kaka? E 'in our heart, depends on many factors. If not, there will come a new Kaka, who for me is Ganso. Thiago Silva? It is not disputed, but in the presence of a tender which can take four as he could not say no ", Said the Premier's brother, a bit worse 'anxiety of the fans. Adriano Galliani's words and the agents of the Brazilian, however, have already clarified the issue, eliminating any discussion.

http://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/milan...dzLml0LTU0Nzg4
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Old 15-06-2011, 13:15   #30262
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Milan chief Adriano Galliani has responded to questions on Mr X, Kaka, Marco Borriello, Ganso, Stephan El Shaarawy, Thiago Silva and Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Surrounded by journalists at the Lega Calcio offices in Milan this morning, Galliani talked transfers.

"If Mr X arrives then he will come at the end of August, during the last few days of the transfer window,” he stated. “And it will only be one signing.”

The identity of Mr X, a left-sided midfielder, remains a mystery, but Galliani did reveal which players wouldn’t arrive.

"Kaka won't return to Milan, that is 100 per cent certain. Not even on loan, because the problem is also his salary,” he said after speaking with his agent father Bosco Leite this week.

“We didn’t talk about Kaka, but about Digao’s contract. There is still no signature, but we have reached an agreement to terminate it.

“Bayern Munich’s Schweinsteiger? No, he won’t arrive.”

The Rossoneri employee also dismissed claims that he’s heading off to South America to watch Ganso and rejected suggestions that Borriello would be returning to Milan.

"I won't travel to Brazil to see Ganso in the Copa Libertadores Final, because he won't be playing anyway.

"Roma will definitely buy out Borriello’s contract once his loan expires. It’s not true that he is a problem for Roma.”

On Genoa teen sensation El Shaarawy, Galliani said: "I'm happy to hear that he is a Milan fan. We will see if he arrives in the future.”

And finally, Galliani commented on yesterday’s stories that Barcelona were preparing a bid for Thiago Silva.

"I didn’t fall off my chair when I heard that Barcelona are interested in Silva,” he underlined.

“He's the best defender in the world, so it's normal that the best team in the world wants to sign him.

"I saw all of this coming. That's why I renewed Silva's contract until 2016.Thiago Silva will definitely not leave Milan."

football italia. Again no on a zillion names. This will be boring till the end of august, then we probably will celebrate again


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Old 15-06-2011, 13:19   #30263
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I actually belive in Fabregas coming here.

He's not stupid, we all know that he loves Barca but he knows he isnt going to get playing time, because I dont think Pep will "broke something that isnt broken", I'm talking about their midfield.

And second, he's tired of Arsenal not winning any titles, if he comes to Milan he will win the Serie A. And in some years when Xavi is old there will be no problem between Milan and Barshitlona about selling Fabregas to them, Milan will respect his decision. And Fabregas knows all this and I even think Barca would accept this.

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Old 15-06-2011, 13:20   #30264
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Sky-Naples, today the signing of Criscito.
As reported by Sky Sport24, today should be the day of Mimmo Criscito.

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As reported by Sky Sport24, today should be the day of Mimmo Criscito , ready to sign a contract that will bind to Naples for the next few years. The now ex-Genoa, is delighted to land in blue and is excited to play in the Champions League.
Torino, opens the track Paloschi

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Debut with the Milan shirt has been scored, then went on to gain experience in Parma and Genoa, now dreams of returning to wear the Rossoneri, but in the meantime we are made in the Torino and Fiorentina. Rumor has it there have already been contacts between Turin and Milan to talk about the young center that could replace Rolando Bianchi. But the young striker does not seem to be too excited to go down to B and for that Fiorentina would be better appreciated, even if Paloschi hopes to again wear the Rossoneri shirt he grew up with football.
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Old 15-06-2011, 13:24   #30265
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This is a proposal of mine:

People are saying "I want Fabregas", "No, I want Hamsik.." etc. Can someone finnally explain his thoughts, and that the explanation has something to do with football...

As far as I can see, Hamsik is a players that suits Allegri's football. Dinamical, technical, vertical and able to play up and down the midfield, plus, able to play at high tempo's and has a dangerous shot + insertments just like Boateng ( Boateng has no shot at all ).

Fabregas is a different tipe of a player, a player that could keep our game at lower tempo thanx to his supreme technique and passing, but is also able to play up and down but maybe a less verticall football.

If I had to choose I'd take Fabregas, coz I think we can use a player that can slow down our game, since we do not have one right now ( unless Seedorf plays one of his 5 good games per season ).
If I could choose, I'd take Fabregas in a heartbeat, too, but it's kind of funny that you say this--some Barcelona fans are against Cesc's coming as Xavi's replacement because he is, in their opinion, "too fast and too attack-oriented." Fabregas, without doubt, is one of the best playmakers in the world, if not the best, but he is not really the one who slows down the game--not like Pirlo used to. Sure, Cesc can drop deep and start slowing down the game, but he's far more attack-oriented these days than many people realize. In many Arsenal games, he played an advanced midfielder.

To be honest, if Barcelona are looking for him to be the long-term successor of Xavi, then they're barking up the wrong tree. Cesc is nothing like Xavi -- he is much more direct-attacking than Xavi. Whereas Xavi likes to control the match from the middle of the pitch, Cesc has developed the habit of penetrating the opposing box. His goal-scoring exploits have certainly improved over the last few seasons and are clearly superior to that of Xavi or Iniesta. But the Barca duo never needed to be goal-scorers, while Cesc needed to score goals, because who else would score them? Bendtner?

If Cesc came to us, I'm not that sure where he would play: as a LCM or as an AM. He can play both. He can play the 'old' deep-lying playmaker Cesc, and can play the 'new' advanced playmaker Cesc. Either way, he's a superb passer and playmaker, and IMO, is exactly what we need. What I like about Cesc most is that he is very consistent with the quality of his passes(Nasri, by contrast, is very inconsistent when it comes to passing). He's absolutely amazing -- 17 assists and 9 goals in an injury hit season says it all. And his injury problems don't bother me--the EPL is very physically demanding and it's totally Wenger's fault for overplaying him and rushing him back instead of letting him rest. I don't think our chances of getting Cesc are high, but you never know.

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Old 15-06-2011, 13:30   #30266
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Inter Milan Moratti: "Leo has a great opportunity"

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Now you can not hide. Leonardo and Paris Saint-Germain are in talks, and President Massimo Moratti has responded to rumors that it is no longer conceal the reality of the facts, a separation that could occur when the Brazilian coach must accept the French offer, "Leonardo has a great, great opportunity - the president said -. Now we will try and evaluate a solution that meets the company, and Leonardo himself, "said Moratti.
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Old 15-06-2011, 13:33   #30267
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So he's leaving
To bad for us. Hoping for Morratti's incompetence and make a 3d wrong coach decision in a row.

On the other side, we're good enough to win another Scudetto with Allegri. So Leo or no Leo it doesn't really matter. Just thats its more fun to slaughter that prick.


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Old 15-06-2011, 13:41   #30268
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Lol where the fuck is higuain gonna play? vice pato ??? As of now ibra cannot be replaced..


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Old 15-06-2011, 13:47   #30269
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Inter Milan Moratti: "Leo has a great opportunity"
The oy reason I am happy about this is that---Inter has less of that Brazialian Appeal Now
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Old 15-06-2011, 13:49   #30270
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So he's leaving
To bad for us. Hoping for Morratti's incompetence and make a 3d wrong coach decision in a row.

On the other side, we're good enough to win another Scudetto with Allegri. So Leo or no Leo it doesn't really matter. Just thats its more fun to slaughter that prick.
Yeah we are good enough to win it again regardless of Inter and their new manager. Bielsa is a good tactician but he cracks under pressure and isnt that good defensively. His 3.3.1.3 formation could work at Inter if he buys the right players, i would imagine Alexis Sanchez being their prime target.

Anyways, they wont finish above us and thats a given.
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Old 15-06-2011, 13:59   #30271
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Bielsa is a brilliant man actually. He has tactics for every part of the game - from the striker's offside trap-breaking to the defenders' offside traps - sketched out before the game. So it's silly to say he isn't good defensively.

His problem is that he overthinks. He is possibly guilty of focusing too much on parts of the game that he forgets the simple objective of scoring goals.

Next season would be utterly fascinating if he joins Inter. They could either become super-strong or they might even implode - but I doubt that happening though. Will be a tough race for the Scudetto.
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If Milan sell silva and resign kaka then the club is going one way and it's backwards


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Old 15-06-2011, 14:09   #30273
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Lol where the fuck is higuain gonna play? vice pato ??? As of now ibra cannot be replaced..
Zlatan is going nowhere.

Even Moggi says so. "I'm a good friend of Raiola and can say that Ibra remains in Milan".

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Merkel, El Shaarawy and smile Galliani
E 'fresh news that the agreement between the parties for the transition in ownership of Genoa to Milan's young talent Merkel, a move that could mean much more than just a business market. The growth of the top guy very interested in milan, Adriano Galliani is the same but to teach us that nothing in football and reputation brought. Stephan El Shaarawy has recently expressed his sympathy, passion and preference for Milan, the Rossoneri have since last summer following the maturation of the '92 class playmaker. That the passage of Merkel will open the gates of the Italian-Egyptian Milanello talent? Maybe. The boy has spoken of likely return in Liguria, the interest of Milan and the deal just concluded with the rossoblůs, could dramatically change the fortunes of playmaker blue, or postpone the decision to the near future. The smile worn by Adriano Galliani, pressed by reporters on the quetione seemed particularly sly, recalling the facial expressions that preceded the most colorful big shots Rossoneri. El Shaarawy to AC Milan could be more real than assumed until now, it remains to be seen whether the contact will yield immediate or short term.
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Inter Milan Moratti: "Leo has a great opportunity"
Means Leo is gone 100%. Whoratti denied it when it was just a possibility to protect the club if Leo didn't leave - so that Leo wouldn't look like the little whore he is if he decided to stay [which would ultimately make the whole club look bad]. Changing his stance to the above means that Leo CANNOT stay. If he does, the club will look like a bitch - like Leo actually did flirt with another club. Therefore, Leo is gone.

Higuan for Ibra rumor is laughable. Unless Real are adding 50M into the mix. Ibra eats Higuain for breakfast.
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Old 15-06-2011, 14:19   #30276
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I just realized Leonardo is going to PSG as a sporting director!!!

IMHO that is the perfect job for him....
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Well you know that Leo will go to PSG for a long time, then become manager; leave for Marseille, leave after half a season; move to Flamengo, become Sporting Director or honorary president or something, become manager; then go to Fluminense.

Then he'll finally retire.

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Braida is having lunch with El Shaarawy's agent right now, so it is very likely that a deal will be made. And it will be a co-ownership deal, like the one we just made with Merkel.
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In that case would he play for us or genoa ?
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Old 15-06-2011, 14:58   #30280
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You want to sell our easily our best threat for attack for some poacher and a crocked "not even good enough for novara" kaka????? Kaka with his ridiculous wages which he still wants proving time and again what a money hungry cunt he is?????? Please do you actually think about milan or does your brazilian fetish clog your thought process. Ibra deal was one of the best toi happen in our history. He will lead us to cl and 2 more scudetti .... Grande King Zlatan...shitting on kaka since 2007...

again... what helped us above all, was the collapse of merda, a bit fresh blood in midfield, and get rid of borriello and huntelaar.

ibrahimovic was a great help, but certainly each other good striker would have done the job also.
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