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Old 22-04-2016, 01:54   #1
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Old 22-04-2016, 03:31   #2
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Old 22-04-2016, 03:38   #3
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Old 22-04-2016, 05:18   #4
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Old 22-04-2016, 10:47   #5
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WATCH: A.C Milan Have Produced One Of The Worst Things We've Ever Seen In Football


The whole world laughs about us. We have become a joke.

Omg the video looks even more embarassing. Where is that gif of Bacca leaving the stadium? I feel him now...

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Old 22-04-2016, 11:09   #6
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This is the most awkward thing i have ever seen.
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Old 22-04-2016, 11:49   #7
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All of this for a box of free Nivea cream.
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Old 22-04-2016, 13:49   #8
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Old 22-04-2016, 14:01   #9
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Old 22-04-2016, 14:25   #10
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What a way to ridicule ourselves. I wonder what people from New Zealand think of this. Using their respected tradition to advertise. Don't think they're very pleased.

Brilliant move by Nivea, though. Everyone is talking about this. Do something that nobody has ever done in football, of course you get attention. Nivea should stick their heads together and find new ways to promote themselves. Maybe do Whenever Wherever by Shakira next home game. The AC is available to be used beyond embarrassment


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Le confesso che vedere tutti questi stranieri giocare nelle squadre italiane mi lascia perplesso. Mi fa male vedere molte squadre italiane in campo con undici stranieri. Per il futuro del mio Milan vorrei una rosa di giovani tutti italiani. E magari... tutti campioni.
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Old 22-04-2016, 14:31   #11
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What a way to ridicule ourselves. I wonder what people from New Zealand think of this. Using their respected tradition to advertise. Don't think they're very pleased.

Brilliant move by Nivea, though. Everyone is talking about this. Do something that nobody has ever done in football, of course you get attention. Nivea should stick their heads together and find new ways to promote themselves. Maybe do Whenever Wherever by Shakira next home game. The AC is available to be used beyond embarrassment
Didn't Pique hook up with Shakira from some video? Call back Cerci and make it happen.


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Old 22-04-2016, 17:08   #12
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In today’s Fiver: Milanese dignity, five things Quique learned, and Bobby M


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In a season in which Aston Villa have made a bid for television stardom by producing the longest blooper reel in history, it seemed impossible that the status of former European champions could be further cheapened. So there were gasps of disbelief on Thursday night, along with cringes of dismay and volleys of swear words, when Milan took the prestige earned from 117 years of achievement, including seven Big Cups, and sold it to some soap vendor in return for a pat on the head and a handful of goodie bags.

The Italian giants – failing to show due solemnity for an institution founded in the 19th century by an English lace-maker and owned for ages by an Italian sleazelord – wilfully debased themselves to the role of dancing monkeys before their Serie A match against lowly but proud Carpi at the inanimate but dignified San Siro. As the teams lined up prior to kick-off, it became clear that the people in the famous red and black jerseys were not footballers but hired clowns, who proceeded to irritate onlookers and draw scorn on to a once-admired club by performing a lamentable haka-based routine for the sake of shifting toiletries. “We completely lost any sense of what we’re supposed to be about and now gone and made worldwide fools of ourselves,” said an actor paid by The Fiver to impersonate a Milan PR gimp.

Maoris don’t take kindly to folks making fun of their sacred dance and absolutely no one should think it’s funny to behave like Matt Dawson. The American god of good taste and wisdom, Twitter, was probably quick to denounce Milan’s act of naff heresy but we’ll be flipped if we’re going to log into that world of hooey to search for a useful quote. The New Zealand Herald branded the fiasco “one of sport’s most awful – truly gut-wrenchingly awful – promotions” and that seems about right. The Fiver cannot for a moment imagine that we are ever going to see former European champions besmirch their traditions in more embarrassing fashion. A propos of nothing, on Saturday a depleted Everton defence coached by Bobby M will try to shut out Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United …


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Old 22-04-2016, 18:33   #13
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Old 22-04-2016, 19:34   #14
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they found a way to embarrass us even more after their latest matches


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Old 22-04-2016, 21:33   #15
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Old 22-04-2016, 22:32   #16
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1. even though i dont think it was a good thing to do, the media is overreacting and even lying in some cases.

take the guardian for example: they write:
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As the teams lined up prior to kick-off, it became clear that the people in the famous red and black jerseys were not footballers but hired clowns, who proceeded to irritate onlookers and draw scorn on to a once-admired club by performing a lamentable haka-based routine for the sake of shifting toiletries
That Haka dance was 1 hour before the kick off. thats just the usual media BS.

here in switzerland some sites even reported that the players themselves did the HAKA. half of the stuff they write is wrong and the other half just exaggerated..

2. this is not even worth discussing. Nivea made an ad. the only connection to AC Milan are the jerseys and thats it. So i dont quite get why milan would be the scapegoat for this alone..
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Old 22-04-2016, 23:09   #17
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In a season in which Aston Villa have made a bid for television stardom by producing the longest blooper reel in history, it seemed impossible that the status of former European champions could be further cheapened. So there were gasps of disbelief on Thursday night, along with cringes of dismay and volleys of swear words, when Milan took the prestige earned from 117 years of achievement, including seven Big Cups, and sold it to some soap vendor in return for a pat on the head and a handful of goodie bags.

The Italian giants – failing to show due solemnity for an institution founded in the 19th century by an English lace-maker and owned for ages by an Italian sleazelord – wilfully debased themselves to the role of dancing monkeys before their Serie A match against lowly but proud Carpi at the inanimate but dignified San Siro. As the teams lined up prior to kick-off, it became clear that the people in the famous red and black jerseys were not footballers but hired clowns, who proceeded to irritate onlookers and draw scorn on to a once-admired club by performing a lamentable haka-based routine for the sake of shifting toiletries. “We completely lost any sense of what we’re supposed to be about and now gone and made worldwide fools of ourselves,” said an actor paid by The Fiver to impersonate a Milan PR gimp.

Maoris don’t take kindly to folks making fun of their sacred dance and absolutely no one should think it’s funny to behave like Matt Dawson. The American god of good taste and wisdom, Twitter, was probably quick to denounce Milan’s act of naff heresy but we’ll be flipped if we’re going to log into that world of hooey to search for a useful quote. The New Zealand Herald branded the fiasco “one of sport’s most awful – truly gut-wrenchingly awful – promotions” and that seems about right. The Fiver cannot for a moment imagine that we are ever going to see former European champions besmirch their traditions in more embarrassing fashion. A propos of nothing, on Saturday a depleted Everton defence coached by Bobby M will try to shut out Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United …


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I'm not defending meelan but holy fuck not even once did they mention nivea


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Old 22-04-2016, 23:31   #18
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Have 2 questions:
- did this dance happen just before the game?
- was it made by players or some people in acm colors?


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Old 23-04-2016, 03:24   #19
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Have 2 questions:
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- was it made by players or some people in acm colors?
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Old 23-04-2016, 06:57   #20
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Any self-respecting club would terminate the contract with Nivea for pulling this stunt. They should actually sue them for damaging the image of the club, even though that image is shit nowadays, we didn't need this shit too
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