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THE OFFICIAL BRAND SPANKING NEW TRANSFER THREAD - Part 2

Discussion in 'AC Milan' started by stphnsn, Jul 30, 2012.

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  1. gcstorm9

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    I think its highly unprofessional and very wrong to be talking about your coaches predecessor DURING the season and while the man is still coaching the team. Listen, Im not a huge Allegri fan BUT hes done good things and talking about his replacement while hes still there is something the fans and media do... NOT THE OWNER! Also, here are some rumors I've heard lately. Don't know if true or what but heard few good sources claiming...
    - Pato will be loaned out to Brazilian club in Jan
    -Robhino for Sneijder swap n Jan
    -Kaka on loan in Jan
     


  2. Calcio Pauly

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    Totally agree with all you say, but Berlusconi is an idiot. Just look at how he believes his presence spurred Milan on to draw with Napoli and win against Anderlecht. Somehow he was able to transmit his Viagra induced mojo to the team from the stands and help influence the game, so he believes. Must be nice to be a rich megalomaniac. At least the rich part!

    Massimiliano Allegri admits he’ll change for Sunday night’s Milan-Juventus, talk of Alexandre Pato’s exit “is premature” and competition from Pep Guardiola is “not my problem.”

    Guardiola? That’s not my problem. I have to focus on tomorrow’s game. I do not want to, nor can I, decide who will be the Milan Coach next year. It’s not up to me.”



    Would do Sneijder for Robinho in a heartbeat! Though how can that happen with Sneijder being unwilling to take a pay cut at Inter, unless the rich in Berlu is willing to part with da monies once again?
     
  3. vasilli07

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    To be honest, each time after Berlusconi presence, the team did played better.
     
  4. Calcio Pauly

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    Nothing but coincidence in my opinion, and has nothing to do with what Berlusconi thinks. There's no magic involved there.

    “I will be at Milanello tomorrow because Milan need me. Have you seen how the side recharged itself when I am here?

    “There is a need for my presence and I will visit the squad at Milanello before the game against Juventus.”


    Berlusconi didn't go to Belgium did he? Milan aren't going to lose every game, after all.
     


  5. gcstorm9

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    As I grown in age and learned about life and people, it has occured to me that Im not a big fan of Berlusconi as a person. I mean hes the owner of the club I support and so be it, but at the end of the day I respect the things hes done in the past BUT not a fan of him. That being said, what a game today. I always liked Robinho and never thought about getting rid of him. I think a Robinho/SES/Bojan w/ Pato would make a really nice offensive combo. If they are all healthy at the same time of course
     
  6. Bakaman

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    Latest rumours around here in Brasil say that Milan and Santos are close to making a deal involving Robinho and Felipe Anderson. How much of that is true, we will see... It seems like Milan is also interested in Arouca and Rafael.
     
  7. Footy Magoo

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    My girl would like that. She loves him.

    I kinda like Arouca. Also saw Paulinho play at the Brasil/Colombia game this month. I like him. Still would like Dede from Vasco.
     
  9. kickball21

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    i'm hearing rumors about kaka coming in january on loan. call me crazy, but i think it's actually a good move.
    1. boateng is not cutting out at our #10. i know kaka isn't really a traditional #10 either, but with this team he'd be given the liberty to drift out wide like he likes.
    2. he would take pressure off SES. right now our only offensive threat is SES and teams are defending him closer and closer. kaka demands attention from defenders, it would open up spaces for others
    3. he wants to play at the world cup. he's not playing at real and would be really motivated to get back to the national team
    4. he might be a good brazilian influence on pato and get his head back on track.

    we need reinforcements on offense. SES is great, but he can't carry this team, not for a whole season.
     
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  10. gcstorm9

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    100% agree with everything. Kaka isnt the best option (Balotelli) BUT if on loan with option to buy than Milan can "borrow" him for the season. He is motivated to play for WC, and will def be worth taking a shot at. Pazzini is nice but we play much better with 3 forwards who move constantly. We don't need a "target" man. I don't want to get rid of Pazzini, BUT Kaka/SES/Robinho or Kaka/SES/Pato or you get it is a nice idea. Listen, the farther we get in CL the more money we make. So, if we can get Kaka for cheap to rent for a few months to help us in CL( i know he prob can't play due to already playing in CL with Madrid, but he will let other guys rest in Serie A) than we can reinvest that $$$ into team next summer ( Balotelli)
     
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    Kaka would be a great addition. But ... his salary is €15.5 million and his transfer fee was €65 million. Madrid isn't going to loan him just to be nice guys and even if they were willing, I can't see Milan being able to pick up a big piece of his salary. How can anybody convince Madrid that it would be a good idea under those conditions.
     
  12. stphnsn

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    this is why the deal fell through this summer. madrid wanted a sale, and milan wanted a loan. madrid didn't want to pay his salary, and milan only wanted to pay a portion of it.
     
  13. TheRossonero23

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    first half is over, shocking stuff. some of our worst football this season.:eek:
     
  14. Calcio Pauly

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    El Shar to the rescue! Was Berlu there? Did he remember to take his Viagra in the 1st half? :D
     
  15. gcstorm9

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    This is why I dont think it will happen. Kaka is in a rough spot because no one wants to pay his ridiculous wages thus wont take him on loan and Madrid wont get the $$ they want for him so its a tough situation. I for one do not think it is worth to buy back Kaka and if loan deal is set than we dont pay all of salary. Rumors are hes going to MLS to replace Becks. I wouldnt mind him at Milan if hes cheap or loan ala Constant or Bojan style, but def not splurge on him
     
  16. TheRossonero23

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    mls?? i hope kaka doesn't go there. he's too good for that garbage league. just go back to brazil.
     
  17. stphnsn

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    lol. a lot of mls teams could give serie a and brazilian teams a game. i hope he doesn't come play here because it's such a physical style of play. i don't think he'd stand up to it.
     
  18. Il Ciuccio

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    Yes the the Seattle Sounders !

     
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  19. TheRossonero23

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    lol. mls teams would get relegated from serie B!!! i like watching MLS, but I don't want to see Kaka playing here in america. not yet at least. kaka isn't completely finished!!! maybe in like 5 years.:D
     
  20. TheRossonero23

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    El Shaarawy: "I still have a lot to learn, like Allegri also says. Like for example, off-the-ball movements and how to lose my marker."

    El Shaarawy: "I've gotten my driver's license, so now I don't have to rely on Antonini to take me to Milanello anymore!"

    El Shaarawy: "Who has taught me the most at Milan? In terms of football, I will say Ibra and Thiago Silva."

    El Shaarawy: "Seedorf, Inzaghi and Ambrosini have taught me the most from a human point of view."

    El Shaarawy: "But I've learned from everyone at Milan by observing them train, and how they behave with the media and the fans."

    El Shaarawy: "Ibra used to yell at everybody, not just me. It all comes from his desire to win."

    El Shaarawy: "I've never had a quarrel with Gattuso. His declarations were about youngsters in general, not me specifically."

    El Shaarawy: "After we beat Udinese last year where I scored the winning goal, we were in the changing rooms and Galliani gave me his phone and said that it was Berlusconi. I was speechless. I couldn't say a word while he was complimenting me."

    El Shaarawy: "When we have lunch at Milanello I sit with the senators in the squad. It was also like that last season."

    El Shaarawy: "I get along best with Ambro, Abate, Antonini and Bonera."

    El Shaarawy: "I live in the San Siro zone. Last year my father was also with us, now my mother is here. My brother visits us sometimes."

    El Shaarawy: "If I know how to cook? I know how to make one pasta dish, but I always clean up after we have dinner at home."

    El Shaarawy: "What I do in my spare time? Playstation, watch tv. I watch all the football that I can."

    El Shaarawy: "I like watching and playing snooker which is a kind of billiard. I'm going to buy a billiard table soon."

    El Shaarawy: "I still haven't been inside the Duomo in Milano or seen Castello Sforzesco or The Last Supper painting."

    El Shaarawy: "Ambrosini will also pay for my vacation during the christmas break. I will go somewhere in the mountains."

    El Shaarawy: "The best defenders that I've faced are Gerard Pique and Carles Puyol. They really impressed me last year when we met them."

    El Shaarawy: "The player that has surprised me the most is Denis from Atalanta. He has strength, technique and an eye for goal."

    El Shaarawy: "The nickname Il Faraone? It was given to me by a Sky commentator 2 years ago during Genoa-Empoli (Primavera final)."

    El Shaarawy: "I like the nickname Il Faraone, because I'm also part Egyptian due to my father."

    El Shaarawy: "If I believe that Milan will return to being great again? Milan are already great."

    El Shaarawy: "I'm still the same person as always. Only thing that has changed is that I pay for the pizza when I'm with my friends."

    El Shaarawy: "The strength of a true champion consists of never settling or being satisfied. You must always improve."

    El Shaarawy: "What I fear? Sometimes I think that it only takes very little to hit rock bottom."

    El Shaarawy: "I have always been more of a goalscorer than an assistman."

    El Shaarawy: "Allegri is not the type who speaks a lot. He has always given me good advice, both about football and about life."

    El Shaarawy: "I like watching and playing snooker which is a kind of billiard. I'm going to buy a billiard table soon."
     
  21. Il Ciuccio

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    he def talks like a kid.
     
  22. stphnsn

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    hahaha. every family has a retarded cousin right?
     
  23. Il Ciuccio

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    nah i think the mls has more than 1 also i think there is something even more wrong;)
     
  24. TheRossonero23

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    Galliani: "If anyone have asked for Pato? No. Nobody has asked us for any of our players."

    Galliani: "Hopefully president Berlusconi will be at Milanello either today or tomorrow."

    Galliani: "Santos are interested in Robinho. We will see what happens."

    Galliani: "We have 32 players. If nobody leaves, then nobody will arrive."

    Galliani: "Neymar and El Shaarawy are the two best 20-year olds in the world."

    Galliani: "It would be great to have an attack consisting of Neymar and El Shaarawy."

    Galliani: "We need to cut the squad down to 26-27 players. If 5 players don't leave then nobody will arrive."

    Galliani: "We need to cut the squad down to 26-27 players. If 5 players don't leave then nobody will arrive."

    Galliani: "Pato is recovering. And everything has been cleared up with his agent."

    Galliani: "Ibra? I haven't heard from him. I haven't called him since he left. I speak with all the others who left, but not Ibra."

    Galliani: "Even though we've qualified, we need to win tomorrow vs. Zenit for two reasons: for the money and for the UEFA ranking."

    Galliani: "I spoke with Ambrosini this morning at Via Turati, and I told him that we must win tomorrow against Zenit."

    Galliani: "Neymar has asked for Robinho to return? He can say what he wants. If he wants him so bad, then he can pay for his return."

    Galliani: "President Berlusconi is not a talisman. He's a great motivator."

    Galliani: "I started working with Berlusconi in 1979, and I remember his great motivational speeches in the '80's"

    Galliani: "Berlusconi said that he doesn't regret not signing Tevez? I have nothing to say about that. I don't comment on what he says."
     
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  25. Il Ciuccio

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    Best Milan signing hands down.
     
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