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PostSubject: A.C. Milan News   Sun Jul 29, 2007 6:40 pm

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Wed Sep 05, 2007 10:59 am

AC Milan's Gilardino wanted by Inter in Adriano swap







A shock swap could be on involving AC Milan's underfire Alberto Gilardino and Inter flop Adriano.


Corriere dello Sport says Milan
chiefs are concerned over Gilardino's long-term prospects at the San
Siro as pressure increases from fans over his selection.
The Italy international striker is being booed
by fans and Inter could offer him an escape - with Adriano going in the
opposite direction.
Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti has made it no secret he'd welcome Adriano's arrival in January.
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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Wed Sep 05, 2007 11:00 am

AC Milan concerns over Ronaldo injury










AC Milan striker Ronaldo is still struggling with injury.
The Brazilian has been ruled out of tomorrow's
friendly against Dynamo Kiev, though coach Carlo Ancelotti hopes to
have him available after the international break for their Serie A
clash with Siena.
Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani said: "I cannot say when he will return."
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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:23 am

Kaká: I Am Not Leaving And I Am Not Ungrateful



Kaká has admitted that he has been shocked by the reaction after he said
that violence in Italian football could see players leave and
reiterated that he is not going anywhere.

The Brazilian stated that he felt that some stars could move abroad and
others would be put off playing in Serie A if trouble continued.

That outburst led to speculation that he was considering his own future in
Italy amid continuing rumours that Real Madrid and Barça are interested
in him.

"I have never said that I want to leave Italy," he
explained. I simply said that the spiral of violence could see some
important players leaving.

"After calciopoli some players did leave Italy. I, on the other hand, have a long contract with Milan, which runs until 2011, and I am not the least bit ungrateful."

Some critics have also labelled Kaká as ungrateful for attacking Italian
football after he has made his name and a generous living and that has
hurt him.

"I am surprised," he continued. They have labelled me
as ungrateful, but I could not be more grateful to Italian football and
Milan.

"If I win the Ballon d'Or then I will use it to thank both Italy and AC Milan.

"I only wanted to send a warning as I was trying to help the football in which I play.

"I was not being critical. It is just that with all the violence, there is
a risk that it could affect the decision of players who are considering
whether to come to play in Italy."

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:26 am

this is getting BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORING!!!!

KAKA: I LIKE MADRID
KAKA: IM FAITHFUL TO ACMILAN
KAKA: I DONT LIKE VIOLENCE.. I WILL LEAVE
KAKA: IM FAITHFUL

MAKE UP YOUR MIND ALREADY U LITTLE CUNT! seriously, im getting bored with reading the same old news stories.. over.. and over.. and over.. again

$100 says that he'll say IM FLATTERED AND CONSIDERING MADRID in the near future.

especially if milan flop in the league
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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:34 pm

Champions League, Gp D Matchday 5 - 28/11/07 (19.45)
Benfica 1 - 1 Milan
Pirlo 15 (M), Maxi Perreira 20 (B)
Estadio do Sport, Lisbon
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Andrea Pirlo and Maxi Perreira traded screamers as Milan got the point they needed against Benfica to secure qualification. The
Rossoneri needed only a point to be sure of qualification and rested
Ronaldo, preferring the Christmas Tree formation with Kaka and Clarence
Seedorf supporting Alberto Gilardino. Former Serie A stars Manuel Rui
Costa and Nuno Gomes were leading the line for Benfica. Milan
got off to a blistering start with three shots on goal in the opening
four minutes. Cristian Brocchi created a chance for Gilardino and
Serginho's cross-shot threatened. Gilardino exchanged passes with
Seedorf and the Dutchman's fierce strike stung Quim's palms. Petit's
deflected long-range attempt whistled wide, but the Italians were in
control and opened the scoring with a sensational effort from Andrea
Pirlo. He unleashed a rocket from 30 metres that slotted in at the base
of the far post with the goalkeeper unable to get a fingertip to it. Pirlo
almost created a second by accident, as his free kick to the six-yard
box was deflected off Leo's wayward touch to skim the upright. Serginho's
woeful defensive error sent Benfica clear on goal, but Kakha Kaladze
did enough to put off Cristian Rodriguez, who fired straight at Nelson
Dida. It was a warning sign, as the Portuguese equalised with a goal
that more than matched Pirlo's ballistics. Maxi Perreira cut back to
leave Gennaro Gattuso stranded and smacked a left-foot screamer in from
30 metres. A
Nuno Gomes header was charged down by Alessandro Nesta, then in the
same move Kaka sprinted half the way up the field to have his shot
bravely blocked in the box. Rui
Costa created a fine opportunity that Rodriguez drilled past the near
post, but Brocchi tried to make it a hat-trick of stunning long-range
strikes as he brought a tough acrobatic save out of Quim. Seedorf just
failed to get on the end of Kaka's cutback, but Benfica threatened
again with Kaladze flinging himself at the unmarked Maxi Perreira to
turn out for a corner after Rui Costa's inspired dummy. Serginho
was poor in the first half and made way for veteran Paolo Maldini at
the break. Yoann Gourcuff also replaced Brocchi, who was struggling
with a back problem. Rui
Costa was on wonderful form, dribbling past a series of his former
teammates to sting Dida's palms from a tight angle. Rui went on another
mazy run, but this time fired wide from the edge of the box. Benfica
did hit the back of the net when Dida parried a Petit strike into the
path of Nuno Gomes, but the ex-Fiorentina striker was offside. Gourcuff
saw the goalkeeper off his line and attempted an audacious lob from
midfield. A
spectacular Nuno Gomes volley was straight at Dida's grateful arms,
then Pirlo's free kick skimmed the top corner from a tight angle. Ronaldo
was warming up ready to come on, but pulled up and asked for treatment
on his knee, so this could be another setback in Il Fenomeno's battle
for fitness. Instead, Massimo Oddo replace Seedorf and switched to a
4-4-2 system. Benfica went for broke with Oscar Cardozo, who was not
100 per cent fit, and Angel Di Maria. Six
minutes from time Nesta caught his studs in the turf and turned his
knee, but was able to continue with a slight limp. American prodigy
Freddy Adu came on for the final minutes, but Kaka risked a winner when
he skipped past two defenders and the angled drive flashed across the
far post.
Kaka had another great chance, but the cross was a little too far behind him and the header looped over.

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:38 pm

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:39 pm

Rui Costa hails Rossoneri
Wednesday 28 November, 2007
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Manuel Rui Costa believes Milan are as near to perfect as a football team can be after facing his former teammates.

“Right now I feel disappointed that we were unable to win and went out
of the Champions League after a game where we played well against the
champions of Europe,” said the Benfica star after the 1-1 draw in
Lisbon.

“I was very happy at the start to see my friends and former teammates,
but after that I focused on Benfica, as this was an extremely important
match for us.”

Milan have been criticised this season, but grabbed the point they
needed to qualify for the knockouts and Rui Costa defends his old squad.

“A side that reaches the Final three times in five years has little to
improve upon. They have moments of stasis, but they are more cut out
for the decisive matches. When the pressure is on, they really step up.

“It is a shame we were so nervous and timid at the start, as we needed
to take the initiative and not be so fearful.”

Rui Costa is Milan’s most expensive ever signing at £27m, but his heart
also belongs to Fiorentina, who are currently in the Scudetto race.

“I am happy to see Fiorentina doing so well and Milan winning the
Champions League. I wish I was doing so well, too!” he smiled.

“In terms of age and form, I probably did have my best years in
Florence, a team that at the time could have won more silverware.

“We lost Gabriel Batistuta to injury and at the same time Edmundo was…
otherwise indisposed at the Carnival! I don’t know if we could have won
the Scudetto, but we could have gone far.

“I am thankful for all the opportunities I have had and the 12 years I
spent in Italy, a country that always treated me very warmly.”

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:39 pm

Ancelotti juggles Milan demands
Wednesday 28 November, 2007
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Carlo
Ancelotti admits the pressure is on Milan as in the next fortnight they
face Celtic for the top spot, Juventus and the Club World Cup.

Former Milan man Massimo Donati gave Celtic a last-gasp 2-1 win over
Shakhtar Donetsk and the Rossoneri drew 1-1 at Benfica, so even though
the Italians are mathematically qualified, the final game at San Siro
will be a battle for first place.

“We had a fine start, took the lead and controlled the game, but the
equaliser put things back in the balance,” explained the Coach.

“We had less energy than Benfica and realised a draw would guarantee
our qualification, so we sat back a bit too much in the second half and
there were some tense moments at the end.

“Kaka did some wonderful things at the start and end. Alberto Gilardino
had more chances in the first half, but then paid the price for the
rest of the team not creating as much.”

Milan will travel to Japan for the Club World Cup with games on
December 13 and 16, but cannot afford to lose their concentration
against Celtic, as winning their Champions League group is key.

“I believe first place is very important for the draw, especially as it gives us the second leg on home turf.”

There were worrying moments in Lisbon when Ronaldo was preparing to
make his Champions League debut in a Milan jersey, but pulled up for
treatment instead.

“Ronaldo felt a twinge during the warm-up and still wanted to go on,
but considering Clarence Seedorf’s ankle wasn’t in good shape I opted
to play it safe. Ronaldo is fine and will be available for Saturday.”

This weekend is a dramatic one for Ancelotti’s men, as they welcome Juventus to San Siro in a Serie A showdown.

“We have a game on Saturday that will certainly be tough, as Juventus
are in good shape and we have to recharge our batteries very quickly,
otherwise we could run into problems.

“Having played six home games and not won any of them in Serie A this
season, I’d say this is an excellent opportunity to end that run.

“Our physical condition is good, in general, although we can certainly
improve. We have 10 days to prepare for the games in Tokyo and can work
then to find our best fitness levels.”

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:40 pm

Gila awaits Ronaldo partnership
Wednesday 28 November, 2007

Alberto Gilardino reveals why he is doing so much better in Europe and hopes Ronaldo can soon make his debut.

“It
is only normal that if you start the way I did this season, with two
goals against Shakhtar, you are able to play every other game with a
more relaxed state of mind,” said the Milan striker.

He
had struggled badly to break his duck on the continent, but has become
visibly more confident and was fielded as the lone striker during the
1-1 draw with Benfica.

“It
depends on the opponents, so the Coach does well to choose the right
tactical system for that situation. The two strikers worked better in
Cagliari and the one-forward system was more advisable here.”

Ronaldo was ready to make his Champions League debut for Milan, but pulled up with a twinge during the warm-up.

“I
am accustomed to both roles. Having said that, when Ronaldo is beside
you it creates more space and helps give the defenders something else
to worry about.”

As Pippo Inzaghi is home with tonsillitis, Gilardino had to hold the fort on his own in Lisbon.

“We
played extremely good football for the first half-hour, then that goal
from distance changed the game and we tried to sit back a little more
and control the tempo. We attempted to move the ball around well, but
the service didn’t always get to me.”

Now Gila’s attention is aimed towards Tokyo, where Milan will compete in the Club World Cup.

“This
is my first time at the Club World Cup and after winning the top trophy
at international level I hope to also become world champion with Milan.”


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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:40 pm

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Wed Nov 28, 2007 9:44 pm

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Sun Dec 02, 2007 9:29 am

Galliani: We're keeping Kaka
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Adriano Galliani has “guaranteed” Kaka will remain at Milan after becoming the
sixth player from the club to win the Ballon d’Or.

“It is a fantastic story,” grinned the Vice-President. “We have had Gianni
Rivera, Ruud Gullit, Marco van Basten won it three times, George Weah,
Andriy Shevchenko and now Kaka. I thank him and his family.”

The Brazilian has been the subject of world record shattering transfer bids
from Real Madrid and Chelsea, the Spaniards alleged to have offered
£80m.

“He will remain at Milan. I can guarantee it,” assured Galliani.

Kaka’s family was in attendance at the ‘France Football’ ceremony in Paris,
including younger brother Digao, who also plays for Milan.

“It is very exciting being here. To see my brother receive this trophy and
know he is the Number One makes me very proud,” said the defender.

Digao gave Ricky his football nickname, as when he was young he was unable to pronounce Ricardo and could only say ‘Kaka.’

He makes so many sacrifices and works extremely hard. He really deserves it. Clearly, I want to win one as well now!”

Kaka’s mother Cristina was in Paris beaming with pride. “It is a great moment of achievement. Since he was a little boy I have seen our son work
hard. I thank God and Kaka, because he is fantastic.”

This week Kaka confirmed to the media that he was trying to have a child with wife Caroline.

“It is a great honour to be Kaka’s wife at a ceremony like this,” she said.
“I know how important this trophy is for my husband. Above all, we
thank God.”


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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Sun Dec 02, 2007 9:37 am

Kaka Officially Wins Ballon d’ Or
Kaka has officially been named as the 2007 Ballon d'Or winner by France Football magazine...

Kaka of AC Milan has won the 2007 Ballon d'Or after picking up 444 points in the final stage of voting.

The
Brazilian attacking midfielder has been rumoured for weeks to be a
shoe-in for the prestigious World Player of the Year award, but only
now is it official that he has done so.

The 25 year old racked
up over 150 voting points more than his closest competitor, Manchester
United's Cristiano Ronaldo, while Lionel Messi finished not too far
behind in third place.

For this edition of the award, 96
journalists voted for their five top players in order of decreasing
preference, with five points for their first pick, four for their
second choice, and so on to one point.

Only 53 of the journalists were European, giving the France Football award a distinctly international flavour.

European
clubs dominated the voting, but Kaka himself is the third Brazilian to
win in the past six years, and AC Milan's first winner since Andriy
Shevchenko won the award in 2004.

Last year's winner Fabio Cannavaro finished joint 20th with 5 points.

The results in full:




  1. KAKA (AC Milan, Brazil) - 444 points


  2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United, Portugal) - 277 points


  3. Lionel Messi (Barcelona, Argentina) - 255 points


  4. Didier Drogba (Chelsea, Côte d'Ivoire) - 108 points


  5. Andrea Pirlo (AC Milan, Italy) - 41 points


  6. Ruud van Nistelrooy (Real Madrid, Netherlands) - 39 points


  7. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Internazionale, Sweden) - 31 points


  8. Francesc 'Cesc' Fabregas (Arsenal, Spain) - 27 points


  9. Robinho (Real Madrid, Brazil) - 24 points


  10. Francesco Totti (AS Roma, Italy) - 21 points


  11. Frederic Kanoute (Sevilla, Mali) - 19 points


  12. Ronaldinho (Barcelona, Brazil) - 18 points


  13. Steven Gerrard (Liverpool, England) - 17 points


  14. Juan Roman Riquelme (Villarreal/Boca Juniors, Argentina) - 15 points


  15. Daniel Alves (Sevilla, Brazil) - 14 points


  16. Filippo Inzaghi (AC Milan, Italy) - 12 points


  17. Franck Ribery (Marseille/Bayern Munich, France) - 10 points


  18. Paolo Maldini (AC Milan, Italy) - 8 points


  19. Gianluigi
    Buffon, Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus, Italy) Petr Cech (Chelsea, Czech
    Republic), Gennaro Gattuso (AC Milan, Italy), Thierry Henry
    (Arsenal/Barcelona, France) and Clarence Seedorf (AC Milan,
    Netherlands) - 7 points



  20. Fabio Cannavaro (Real Madrid, Italy) and Michael Essien (Chelsea, Ghana) - 5 points


  21. Wayne Rooney (Manchester United, England) - 4 points


  22. Iker Casillas (Real Madrid, Spain) and Rogerio Ceni (Sao Paulo, Brazil) - 3 points


  23. Younis Mahmoud (Al-Gharafa, Iraq) - 2 points


  24. Dimitar
    Berbatov (Tottenham Hotspur, Bulgaria), Samuel Eto'o (Barcelona,
    Cameroon), Ryan Giggs (Manchester United, Wales), Guillermo Ochoa (Club
    America, Mexico), Carlos Tevez (West Ham United/Manchester United,
    Argentina) and Robin van Persie (Arsenal, Netherlands) - 1 point


  25. Eric Abidal
    (Lyon/Barcelona, France), David Beckham (Real Madrid/Los Angeles
    Galaxy, England), Deco (Barcelona, Portugal), Mahamadou Diarra (Real
    Madrid, Mali), Diego (Werder Bremen, Brazil), Miroslav Klose (Werder
    Bremen/Bayern Munich, Germany), Florent Malouda (Lyon/Chelsea, France),
    Shunsuke Nakamura (Celtic, Japan), Ricardo Quaresma (Porto, Portugal),
    Raul (Real Madrid, Spain), Paul Scholes (Manchester United, England),
    Luca Toni (Fiorentina/Bayern Munich, Italy), Kolo Toure (Arsenal, Côte
    d'Ivoire), José Fernando Torres (Atletico Madrid/Liverpool, Spain) et
    David Villa (Valencia, Spain) - 0 points.


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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Sun Dec 02, 2007 9:40 am

loooooool .. what a kick in the teeth for man utd fans

kaka got DOUBLE the points c.r got!
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loooooool .. what a kick in the teeth for man utd fans

kaka got DOUBLE the points c.r got!

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Fri Jan 18, 2008 3:40 pm

Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti gave an
extensive interview to Sky Sports today, talking about his victories at
the club both as player and coach, his relationship with the club and
its players, among other topics.
About the international trophies he has
won with Milan, he said: "I made a calculation: as a player I won six
of them, two European Cups, two Intercontinental Cups, and two European
SuperCups. As a coach I've won five international trophies. I'd say
it's not bad."
On his old reputation as someone who
always finishes second, he mused: "Finishing second sometimes is part
of the game. But if you always finish second it's not good, sometimes
you need to finish first."
Asked whether he was emotional ahead of
the party on Sunday before the match against Napoli, he said: "No, I
was more tense for the match itself, because it's a bit unusual to have
a party before a match. And when you're with the President it's easy to
get emotional.
"I'm not bothered by the rumours that
[President Silvio] Berlusconi makes the formation. I think it's
important to have a good relationship with the President, aside from
the fact that there are sometimes discussions on the choices a coach
makes, because the feeling between a club and the coach is important to
maintain a strong group."
On the worst defeat of his coaching
career, he revealed: "The one at Perugia with Juventus [when Juve lost
1-0 gifting the Scudetto to Lazio on the last matchday]. Then there was
another one, the 4-0 loss to Deportivo La Coruña with Milan."
Asked if the team had made a pact during
the training camp in Dubai: "No, we did the same thing we did in Malta
last year, we prepared for the upcoming season. We try to do a
preparation that keeps the team at a good level, trying to keep the
work varied and doing much individual training. With all the games we
play we don't have much time to work anyway."
Ancelotti concluded with a bold
statement: "You can bet on it that we will finish in the first four
places in the league, and that Pato will score at least ten goals. I
have never seen a player that young play so well. I can say that
without a shadow of a doubt."

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Tue Jan 22, 2008 3:12 pm

AC Milan, Inter locked in battle for Ronaldinho


tribalfootball.com -
January 22, 2008




AC Milan and Inter are going head-to-head for Barcelona ace Ronaldinho.


Corriere dello Sport says Milan are in pole position to land the
Brazil international, despite vice-president Adriano Galliani's
insistence that it was Inter that now were driving the deal.An agreement between Ronaldinho's minders and
Milan over image rights will see the player maintain total control in a
similar deal what Ronaldo currently enjoys.While Roberto de Assis, Ronaldinho's brother and
agent, is delighted with the development, he is continuing talks with
Inter, who have intensified negotiations in the last week.
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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Fri Feb 08, 2008 1:04 am

Kaká Laughs Off Ronaldinho To Inter Rumours

Milan playmaker Kaká expressed skepticism on the rumours linking Ronaldinho to rivals Inter, saying he is much more likely to join the Rossoneri if he leaves Barcelona.

Milan star Kaká is currently out injured due to a knee problem which is
giving him a lot of pain recently, but it won't take him too long to
come back.

Today he talked about the prospect of seeing his Brazilian international team mate Ronaldinho joining the Milanese giants.
While the 2005 Golden Ball winner could potentially
put Kaká's position in jeopardy if he did come to the Rossoneri, it's
the idea that he could end up at Milan's rivals Inter that he just
cannot stand.
After Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar said he would
personally see to it that the Barcelona ace joins the Nerazzurri, the
Milan playmaker could not avoid retorting.
"Does he [Julio Cesar] know how many Brazilians there
are at Milan? We have a lot more voices on our side to convince
him...," he said.
Ronaldinho has been frequently linked with Milan over
the past few years, but only recently have Inter become candidates to
sign him if he eventually leaves Barça.
The main reason for this was Inter's recent mega-deal
with Nike, the same brand which also sponsors the Brazilian superstar.
Milan are sponsored by rivals Adidas.

Danilo Pochini

nike vs adidas ?????
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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Fri Feb 08, 2008 10:16 am

MILAN, Italy:
AC Milan striker Alexandre Pato will likely return from a sprained
ankle in time for a Champions League match against Arsenal on Feb. 20.
The 18-year-old Brazilian, who has scored four goals in his first
six Serie A matches, sprained his ankle in Sunday's game soon after he
had come off the bench to score the winning goal.
"Pato is doing much better today," Milan medical coordinator Jean
Pierre Meersseman said Wednesday on the team's television channel.
"Up to yesterday he was walking on crutches, but now he can walk
without pain," Meersseman said. "Until yesterday we thought that he
would need two to three weeks to recuperate, but now I think that it
will take less than two weeks and he'll be available for the game
against Arsenal."
Brazil forward Kaka will miss Milan's league game against Siena due
to a lingering knee injury, but will be available for theArsenal game,
Meersseman said.Ronaldo, the third piece of Milan's Brazilian attack, will play Sunday after sitting out last week's match with a muscle injury.
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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Fri Feb 08, 2008 10:17 am

AC Milan Linked With Diego Lopez




Former Real Madrid goalkeeper Diego Lopez could be on the way to San Siro, according to recent speculation.

Marca
cites reports in the Italian press to the effect that the Galician
goalkeeper has caught the eye of many at the rossoneri after a string
of fine displays.

Lopez, 26, has only recently established
himself as a regular since joining up with Villarreal in a big-money
move this summer, having first to serve as understudy to Sebastian
Viera.

But such have been his showings both in his five Liga
starts and in the Copa del Rey, not to mention the UEFA Cup, that he's
catching the eye of clubs abraod.

Additionally, Fabio Capello
has apparently told Milan of the stopper's talents, having worked with
him during his tenure at Real Madrid.

With Nelson Dida's days at the San Siro apparently numbered, all could point towards a summer switch for Lopez.

This would leave a goalkeeping vacancy at the Madrigal, with Pepe Reina of Liverpool said to be near the top of the Yellow Subarmine's shopping list.

Steve Michaels, Goal.com

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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Wed Feb 20, 2008 10:52 am

AC Milan chief makes Chelsea cheeky Drogba offer


tribalfootball.com -
February 20, 2008



AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has revealed how he almost
convinced Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich to hand them Didier Drogba
this week!


"We get along well," said Galliani of the Russian billionaire, "but this is a joke."I've just now (yesterday) spoke with Roman
Abramovich, who is in Athens and wants to come and see the game
(against Arsenal), but cannot get any tickets."He asked if I could supply some and I told him:
'Yes, I have three tickets and I'll give them to you for free - in
exchange for Drogba!' That made him laugh."Let's see if something can happen, otherwise he won't get the tickets!"

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hahahah.. that cheeky bastard
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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Sat Mar 01, 2008 4:32 pm

another draw...... homer
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PostSubject: Re: A.C. Milan News   Thu Apr 10, 2008 6:51 pm

Milan Agree Ronaldinho Deal - Report

Milan have agreed a deal with Barcelona and Ronaldinho’s brother and agent Roberto De Assis that looks as though it may see the Brazilian line up for the Rossoneri next season...




Reports from both Italy and Spain have suggested that a deal has been reached between both parties for the Brazilian star.
Onda Catalana Radio have claimed that Milan director Adriano
Galliani had flown to Barcelona on Thursday and that a meeting took
place between him, De Assis, Ernesto Bronzetti and Barcelona director
Txiki Beguiristain.
It seems as if Ronaldinho’s brother has been asked the Blaugrana
permission to begin working towards a deal which will see the Brazilian
move to Italy.
At the moment Roanldinho is tied to the club until 2010 and he has a
sensational buy out clause of €125 million. However, it seems as though
€20 million will be enough to secure the player’s passage to Milan.
Ronaldinho has been a target for Milan for quite some time and he
has been on their transfer wish list since he was at Brazilian side
Gremio.

Galliani as well as Silvio Berlusconi have stepped up their interest
in 'Gaucho' during his decline in Catalonia, and though they briefly
rebuffed the idea of signing him earlier this year, they soon renewed
their interest and it seems as if they have now finally got their man.
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