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Old 05-09-2004, 12:41   #21
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jes i cant believe no-one wants to translate this,,lol
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thanks but they never translate things properly.
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Assédio da mídia e das fãs. Cobrança excessiva da torcida (e de si próprio). Apesar de rejeitar um psicólogo, ele faz, para Placar, uma inédita sessão de análise

por Arnaldo Ribeiro, da Agência Placar

SÃO PAULO - Hoje em dia,eu só leio isso. Dica de cinema, teatro, restaurante...", diz Kaká, folhando os guias de fim-de-semana da Folha de S. Paulo e do Estadão. Foi assim que o badalado menino-prodígio do São Paulo recebeu PLACAR para mais uma entrevista. Era uma sexta-feira, 4 de abril, dois dias depois de o São Paulo ter vencido o Gama por 5 x 1 — data em que o ex-técnico do Tricolor Oswaldo de Oliveira rompeu de vez com as torcidas organizadas do clube, que exigiam, aos palavrões, sua saída; data em que todos os jogadores do time (menos ele, Kaká, que, machucado, não esteve no Morumbi) convocaram uma entrevista coletiva em sinal de apoio ao comandante.

Espere aí: o São Paulo fervendo no caldeirão e o principal jogador do time distante em absolutamente todos os sentidos? Desdém? Desleixo? Egoísmo? Nada disso. Kaká simplesmente estava convencido de que, com um estiramento muscular na coxa, nada poderia fazer, naquele momento, pelo time. A parada forçada (mais de 30 dias sem jogar) depois de uma enxurrada de críticas das mais variadas — duas experiências novas para quem só viveu no topo desde o início de sua trajetória no time profissional, em 2001 — serviu para ele refletir. "Pensei em muita coisa. Foi excelente ter dado um tempo."
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Siege of the media and the fans. Extreme collection of the twisted one (and of proper itself). Although to reject a psychologist, it it makes, for Placar, an unknown session of analysis for Arnaldo Ribeiro, of the Placar Agency São Paulo - Nowadays, I only read this. Tip of cinema, theater, restaurant... ", Kaká says, folhando the guides of end-of-week of the Leaf of S. Paulo and the Estadão. It was thus that the badalado boy-prodigy of the São Paulo received PLACAR for plus an interview. It was a friday, 4 of April, two days after the São Paulo having looser Gamma for 5 x 1 - it dates where the former-technician of the Tricolor Oswaldo de organized Oliveiras breached of time with the twisted ones of the club, that they demanded, to the palavrões, its exit; he dates where all the players of the teams (but it, Kaká, that, hurt, was not in the Morumbi) had convoked a press conference in signal of support to the commander. He waits there: the São Paulo boiling in the cauldron and the main player of the distant teams in absolutely all the directions? Disdain? Negligence? Egoism? Nothing of this. Kaká simply was convinced that, with a muscular stretching in the thigh, nothing it could make, at that moment, for the teams. The stop forced (more than 30 days without playing) after a torrent of critical of the most varied - two new experiences for who only lived in the top since the beginning of its trajectory in the professional teams, in 2001 - served it to reflect. "Pensei in much thing. Tempo." was excellent to have given one;

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Old 06-09-2004, 20:37   #25
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why is kaka developing a symbol based on senna's S for himself?
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Old 07-09-2004, 00:07   #26
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why is kaka developing a symbol based on senna's S for himself?
For marketing purposes. He'll have it trademarked, use it as a logo on whatever he wants to sell + rake in a lot of extra cash. Smart boy.


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yeah but I am just afraid if he will become like David Beckam .. to much advertasing , 2 much popularity demages football carrier ..


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No Riky like Beckham noo...Kaka isn't that kind of guy....

Yesterday he was on Italia1, with Pancaro, Tacchinardi, Ancelotti, Mancini and Capello...they were guests in "campioni" a new reality show..

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No Riky like Beckham noo...Kaka isn't that kind of guy....

Yesterday he was on Italia1, with Pancaro, Tacchinardi, Ancelotti, Mancini and Capello...they were guests in "campioni" a new reality show..
Hey can u tell me more about this pls .. I`ll try to find the website of this Italia1 .. its RaiUno or not?

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Old 07-09-2004, 13:18   #30
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No Riky like Beckham noo...Kaka isn't that kind of guy....
Yesterday he was on Italia1, with Pancaro, Tacchinardi, Ancelotti, Mancini and Capello...they were guests in "campioni" a new reality show..
Talk + reality shows.. visit to the Monza racetrack.. Armani model... Damn, he should concentrate on training since his form has been less than satisfactory throughout pre-season :p He is on his best way to become the Brazilian Beckham. Now all he needs is a (ex)popstar wife, or let's start with poptart girlfriend...


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Talk + reality shows.. visit to the Monza racetrack.. Armani model... Damn, he should concentrate on training since his form has been less than satisfactory throughout pre-season :p He is on his best way to become the Brazilian Beckham. Now all he needs is a (ex)popstar wife, or let's start with poptart girlfriend...
Heheh he have young gf ( probably have seen her ) , not sure if he is staying loyal to her since he is all the time busy , and yeah he should concentrate in training .. thats why I said I dont want he to become Beckam to miss trainings coze of advertasing campaing..


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Old 07-09-2004, 18:58   #32
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yeh the backlash against kaka has begun,lets hope he doesnt turn into next beckham even though he does all the modelling and has a girlfriend who seemingly likes the limelight,but kaka's hype is justified whereas beckham's isnt.
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yeh the backlash against kaka has begun,lets hope he doesnt turn into next beckham even though he does all the modelling and has a girlfriend who seemingly likes the limelight,but kaka's hype is justified whereas beckham's isnt.
Beckham is a very good player, not great are he is portrayed but still a great player.

As much as i dislike him.
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Old 09-09-2004, 17:56   #34
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Kaka can as AC Milan dance to Brazilian beat

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KAKA, if you like, is the new Beckham but he may even be much more than that.

"Last summer everyone wanted David Beckham," reflects the AC Milan vice- president Adriano Galliani, "but it is not in the genes of this club to have an Englishman here.

"It is in our DNA to have a great No.10 playing behind two forwards and that’s what Kaka is. He will become the best player in the world but I won’t say any more because I don’t want to put too much pressure on him."

Galliani already had but then 21-year-old Ricardo Izecson Dos Santos Leite looks like he is able to handle it. "Kaka" in Italian may mean what merde does in French, but the only fragrance which this precocious young Brazilian has been emitting in the San Siro this season is an overwhelmingly positive one.

When Milan pinched Kaka from Sao Paolo last August at a £7m price that now, even in the modern financial football climate, looks a pinch, they left rivals Inter and Chelsea, Kaka’s other serious suitors, rather disappointed. But then Kaka was always going to gravitate towards AC Milan, a club in synch with a Brazil beat.

Cafu, from Roma, has been an important signing for the European champions, and his compatriot Kaka even more so. Kaka fills that hole behind the strikers and lances holes in the opposition’s armoury. Whereas Rivaldo failed dismally with Milan, Kaka has flourished spectacularly. "I never thought I’d win the affections of the public so soon, " he says. Well, he has.

In Milan, Kaka has already drawn comparison with a young Michel Platini while Pele has even said that Kaka would have been an automatic choice for Brazil’s 1970 World Cup side. Kaka may not yet possess the global appeal of Ronaldo and Ronaldinho, but he seems destined to reach there.

This week Kaka (whose dad is in Italy to help ensure that the player achieves a European passport after a mix-up involving Kaka’s granny) had a club-sanctioned online chat with AC Milan’s fans. Admirers of his style and grace learned that he likes pasta and that he does not think of himself as a sex symbol (even if adidas , who sponsor Milan, are marketing Kaka as their football face for South America).

When he landed at Malpensa airport seven months ago Kaka, after signing his five-year contract with Milan, seriously thought that as a fresh arrival he would be farmed out on loan to another Serie A club for a season. Lombardy life isn’t panning out like that, though, with Kaka supplanting Rui Costa and making the most of his extended and enticing first-team run under his manager, Carlo Ancelotti.

Ancelotti himself had not expected Kaka to become a Milan regular for at least two years but now finds it impossible to leave him out of a side that is closing in on the scudetto while also remaining on track for a successful defence of their European Cup and a seventh continental crown.
‘I never thought that I would win the affections of the public so soon’
"When I signed for Milan I did hope that we could end this campaign winning the scudetto and the European Cup," says Kaka, "but we have an unbelievable squad and while we want to win the Champions League again, the scudetto is the big target."

Milan boast a squad built for such a double. The captain Paolo Maldini, Alessandro Nesta (though currently injured) and Cafu are at the rear while Rino Gattuso and Andrea Pirlo are in front permitting Kaka to create his magic. Andriy Shevchenko and Filippo Inzaghi feed off this copious creativity.

There is a perception that Milan have the least arduous route to the final. Overcome Deportivo La Coruna in their quarter-final and the winners face Porto or Lyon - not Arsenal, Chelsea or Real Madrid.

It is interesting to note, though, that Milan, in 17 out of 19 of their last European games, have failed to notch more than one goal in spite of their assorted forward finery. They scored only four times in their six group games (but conceded only three).

They weren’t exactly free scoring in their route to Manchester last season either, while the final itself with Juventus was a goalless draw won on penalties. It seems to be that way with Ancelotti’s highly organised and still highly dangerous team.

Ancelotti enhanced his already lofty reputation as a coach last year in guiding AC Milan to European Cup success and if he does it two years in a row the whole of Europe will want him.

In the week that Ottmar Hitzfeld claimed that Chelsea approached him to take over at Stamford Bridge from next season, Ancelotti too continued to merit a mention in Roman Abramovich’s perceived shortlist of replacements for Claudio Ranieri.

Depending on who you listen to, Ancelotti is either not as interested in London as he is intent on shaping his empire in Milan with Kaka integral to that planning, or the 44-year-old Italian has been presented with a lucrative four-year Chelsea deal and is considering their offer. The former, for a man who speaks rudimentary English if that, is more likely.

After Ancelotti delivered a 3-2 AC Milan win in last month’s derby his superior, Silvio Berlusconi, told television that he would be writing a note to Ancelotti to insist that the manager now play two strikers instead of one. Or else.

Ancelotti usually deals with this owner interference by complying rather than complaining but there can be no arguments about Kaka. He plays. And how.

and,,,

Kaka promises to soar above the Brazilian Dunga heap

Richard Williams
Wednesday January 28, 2004
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Brazil got themselves knocked out of the 2004 Olympic football tournament at the weekend, beaten 1-0 in Chile by a Paraguay team who will go on to join Argentina as South America's representatives in the finals in Greece this summer. As the world champions at senior, under-20 and under-17 levels, Brazil had hoped that this would be the year in which they finally won the only major football tournament to have evaded their grasp. And amid the wailing and gnashing of teeth, there are many voices saying it would all be different if Kaka had been there.
He was not. Instead he was scoring two slick goals in Milan's 5-0 rout of Ancona at San Siro, a result which means that he and his team-mates need only beat lowly Siena away tonight to overtake Roma at the top of Serie A. It was a performance which confirmed the impression that he is the most exciting new star in world football. No wonder his fellow countrymen lamented his absence in Viña del Mar.
Known to his parents as Ricardo Izecson Dos Santos Leite, the 21-year-old Kaka arrived in Europe at the beginning of the season at a cost of about £10m, after a battle for his signature between the two Milanese clubs and Chelsea, who apparently made a higher offer. He served the first notice of his significance in October, when he dominated the Milan derby in a manner which suggested that here was a player of the highest class, with the potential to join the all-time greats of the game.
The biannual battle between these two historic giants of the Italian League is not always a pretty sight and more experienced men than the young Brazilian have been known to shrivel in its flames. But having been chosen by his coach, Carlo Ancelotti, ahead of two rather better-known Portuguese speakers, Rui Costa and the great Rivaldo, Kaka was immaculate, showing no fear or hesitation as he played the fullest possible part in the game. Positioned just behind the two strikers, Andrei Shevchenko and Filippo Inzaghi, he crowned his performance with a stealthy run into the goal mouth to head home the second of Milan's goals in a 3-1 demolition.
He was soon being showered with praise by those former Milan greats who recognise beauty in football. "He has the game in his blood," Jose Altafini said. "He reminds me of Platini because he's always at the centre of the action, he combines well with his team-mates, he can make runs from deep and he can shoot too."
Ray Wilkins, who distinguished himself as Milan's playmaker in the 80s, was happy to join the chorus. "It was a very mature performance from one so young," he told me after the Inter game. "He reminded me a bit of Rai, who played in that position for Brazil and Paris Saint-Germain - a tall, elegant player, very self-possessed. Being Brazilian, his technique is obviously wonderful, but his attitude to working for the team was impressive. Compliments to Ancelotti, who took the decision to play him in such an important match. But then Carlo was another midfield player of elegance and class."
Born in Brasilia, Kaka made his league debut for Sao Paulo in January 2001. Less than 18 months later he was climbing aboard a plane to Japan, where he was a member of Felipe Scolari's World Cup-winning squad. Not surprisingly, he failed to dislodge any of the regulars from their place in the line-up. But his effervescence was a highlight of Scolari's open training sessions, and promises were already being made on his behalf. He is also handsome enough, in a young-McCartneyish way, to have David Beckham examining the small print of his endorsement contracts.
In Milan's past few matches Ancelotti has developed a fluid and exciting new formation. Kaka and the veteran Rui Costa operate behind Shevchenko, with the hard-working Rino Gattuso and Clarence Seedorf flanking a deep-lying playmaker, the elegant Andrea Pirlo. The team whose stingy defence earned an unattractive victory in last year's European Cup final appear to have undergone a metamorphosis into the continent's most irresistible attacking force.
Kaka's nickname does not make life easier for him since in Italy the word, differently spelled but identically pronounced, means, well, merda. But it seems unlikely that opposing fans will be given the opportunity to devise chants exploiting the linguistic confusion. Or if they do, they are unlikely to be taken seriously.

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Old 13-09-2004, 22:57   #35
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Articles are really interesting, he seems a grounded person despite all the endorsement deals, thanks for your post Kakacalcio.

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Yeah Thanks kakacalcio ..but this article is before we losed from deportivo .. right ?


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yeh these articles were written before that game,,,there from january and march,,+ this pic is too beautiful,, http://www.kakademais.blogger.com.br/kaka0118.jpg
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Hehe they look cool here... lucky driver .. got free jersey


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how do you post pics now?
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