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View Poll Results: Dream Signing for Summer 2012?
Daniele De Rossi 100 34.13%
Marek Hamsik 70 23.89%
Paulo Henrique Ganso 36 12.29%
Fernando Torres 6 2.05%
Christian Eriksen 51 17.41%
Mario Gotze 62 21.16%
Bastian Schweinst31ger 58 19.80%
Stevan Jovetić 50 17.06%
Mario Balotelli 64 21.84%
Marvin Martin 5 1.71%
Xherdan Shaqiri 12 4.10%
Fredy Guarin 8 2.73%
Hulk 33 11.26%
Kwadwo Asamoah 19 6.48%
Mauricio Isla 10 3.41%
Yann M'Vila 34 11.60%
Moussa Sissoko 5 1.71%
Sami Khedira 13 4.44%
Fernando Reges 5 1.71%
Angelo Ogbonna 33 11.26%
Arjen Robben 30 10.24%
Hugo Lloris 28 9.56%
Sergio Ramos 16 5.46%
Eric Abidal 8 2.73%
Rafael Van Der Vaart 12 4.10%
Pablo Armero 10 3.41%
Keisuke Honda 25 8.53%
Leandro Damiao 15 5.12%
Lucas Moura 19 6.48%
Samir Handanovic 28 9.56%
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Old 30-11-2002, 03:28   #41
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I think that Milan should sign
Ronaldinho he is great player
We need another defender Stamm will be great.
Buffon could be great .
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Old 01-12-2002, 09:16   #42
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I have heard Milan is going to buy Hary kewel and Mohammad Camara(Modena) for next season.Is it true?


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Old 03-12-2002, 04:58   #43
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eyal berkovic
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Old 03-12-2002, 17:06   #44
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eyal berkovic
Berkovic? Is that a joke?


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Old 03-12-2002, 18:29   #45
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at least you now him
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Old 04-12-2002, 12:08   #46
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dream signin's in my oppinionthese are all quite young though)

FWs:Malcoln Christie(derby county);Mutu;Gilardino;Andrea Silvera(Racin'club,AGT)

MFs:Aimar;D'lessandro(he is said to be the target of barca but i hope he could come to milan);Angulo

DFs:Bonera;Barone;Metzelder


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Old 04-12-2002, 17:32   #47
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at least you now him
lol I do indeed


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Old 07-12-2002, 13:00   #48
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well how 'bout Dimitar Berbatov and Daniel Bierofka in BayerLeverkusen?
And Victor Sikola in Ajax,i think this guy would hopfully be a world-class wing in the future.


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Old 10-12-2002, 07:18   #49
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id like to see mateja kezman as a rossonero - hes the prolific yugoslav striker for eindhoven..
also juninho (of course) and both aimar and saviola (who have both received positive commentary from diego maradona - and anyone who diego thinks is a good player - is incredible)
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Old 11-12-2002, 07:20   #50
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Any suggestion for a good, solid right defender? i think milan need to strengthen that area, then the defence will be nearly impervous
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Old 11-12-2002, 08:18   #51
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have u guys seen ajax players??? they r young, energetic, and very skillful... if there is a future signing, i would recomend these players... they definitely have bright future to come...


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Old 11-12-2002, 16:28   #52
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Yes, Ajax has very good players....maybe something for us???

Van Der Vaart,Chivu,Van Der Meyde.....all good young players.
But Rafael Van Der Vaart is the best of that Ajax.
I want him in our Milan!!!!!

So, Galliani, you know what we want: VAN DER VAART!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Old 11-12-2002, 20:54   #53
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dream signin's in my oppinionthese are all quite young though)
FWs:Malcoln Christie(derby county
Do you REALLY think Christie could play up front for AC Milan?


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Old 15-12-2002, 14:24   #54
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What about Dimitry Sychov for the future, he will turn out to be a great player, despite his current problems at Spartak. His preformance at the world cup, while being only 18 says alot. It will be interesting to see him at Milan. Shevchenko has talked about him a few times to the media, and he feels the same way.

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Old 15-12-2002, 15:38   #55
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sergei rebrov? ive heard good stuffs about him at kiev but he is always on the bench at the spurs because he doesnt fit in with their style of play... and with sheva they create a deadly ukrainian offence that nearly qualified them for japan/korea or so i heard? would this guy be good at milan?
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Old 17-12-2002, 06:47   #56
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Rebrov would be great, and Milan has tried to sign him, or so the rumors go, to reunite the combination of Sheva and Sergei. But unfortunatly these attempts were not sucessful and Rebrov continues to sit on the bech with the Spurs. It seems increadibly unlikely that they would sign him now, with an overflow of forwards on the team.

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Old 17-12-2002, 08:26   #57
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I read somewhere that Milan want to buy Nocola L, the Chievo's central defender.
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Old 17-12-2002, 19:20   #58
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The current Milan squad needs a centre defender, maybe a right back and a typical out-and-out striker. Chivu would be an excellent coup coz he can slot in at left back as well. But the dutch youngster Kevin Hofland or the french kid Phillipe Mexes are my choices.

Right Back

There are not many quality right backs not much in the world, the best few are Zanetti at Inter, Thuram at Juve and Sagnol at Munich, very difficult to prise them away. Guess Zauri is my choice.

Target Man

I feel the best target man in the world at the moment are Vieri, Crespo, Van Nistelrooy and Trezeguet, all not capturable at 20-30 million pound! I thought Inzaghi is too light weight to be there alongside Sheva. However if Hasselbaink is younger by a few years, he would be the perfect man. But... ALAS! For somebody young and cheap, well, perhaps Ancelotti might want to take a gamble on Paraguay's Rogue Santa Cruz!
Ok, where to start.......I have to fully agree with you about Phillippe Mexes.....this kid is the next Desailly for the french, unfortunately, I think you will see him playing for Roma next season, but a good player on all facets. Hofland......when is this guy finally going to Man U? It will happen, I just do not know when. Chivu I think is a dream for Milan.....I just see us losing out to Real Madrid for him.

Right back.....yes, you labeled some good ones, but the one you emntioned is the most likely, that being Luciano Zauri

Target man......well......yes, everyone you have up there is indeed class, but when you have the likes of Sheva, Pippo, and Rivaldo.....you would think your attack is fine. Also, when Cesare Maldini coached Paraguay in the world cup, he tried to convince Santa Cruz to come to Milan (keep in mind that when Maldini was coach of Paraguay, he was also a non-paid AC Milan scout )......and he just signed a new deal with Munich, because Munich are ready to part ways with Elber.

Another interesting player you emntion is Hasselbaink. He is indeed too old now, but I have wondered for years now, if Hasselbaink truly would do good in Italy. I know he lead La Liga in scoring with Atletico Madrid, and has scored tons of goals in Portugal, and for Leeds and Chelsea, but I just see him not being able to do the same in Italy. Trust me, its easier to score 25 goals a season when you have players like Gary Neville and Alan Stubbs defending you, as opposed to Nesta or Cannavaro. Plus, Hasselbaink is a mercenary. One of those players who I think believes in the philosophy:
"I would rather score and lose, than not score and win."

Well, maybe not, but he certainly acts like it.


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Old 19-12-2002, 04:38   #59
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Another interesting player you emntion is Hasselbaink. He is indeed too old now, but I have wondered for years now, if Hasselbaink truly would do good in Italy.
I keep wondering the same thing about Emily Heskey, he is big so he can rumble in the box with the best of them. That why I think he does well w/ Owen you get the quick nimble player in Owen and and Big and overpowering Heskey. I think w/ as pyhysical as Seria A can be he would make a good forward if he paired with someone like Sheva. Problem is I don't want Milan to be the one to experiment with him. Think they can talk Perugia into signing him to play alongside Amoruso, w/ a clause that he can't play against Milan, to test it out. How do you think he would do?


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Silly name, but nice and very very good Brasilian Young talented GUY!!!

During Real-Rest of the world he seemed excelent!!!


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