• Khedira:"Real Madrid will bounce back against Manchester City"
  • Emanuelson "all hell will break loose" if Milan fail to beat Anderlecht
  • Girard: I want Montpellier fans to give Arsenal players hell
  • Manchester United is the most valuable club in sport by Forbes Magazine with a value of £1.43billion
  • Barcelona have reportedly offered €60m for Brazilian starlet Neymar
  • Luuk De Jong signs 5 years contract with Borussia,M'Gladbach will pay €15 M to Dutch side
  • Manchester City and Barcelona are interested in Falcao who might cost them more than €40 million
  • Guardiola agent rubbishes Russia links
  • David Beckham Suspended by MLS Committee
  • Thiago Silva, Hulk make Brazil's Olympic squad
  • Robin van Persie to Juventus?‎
  • Diego Forlan signs with Internacional
  • Tottenham Hotspur Could Be Set For £200m Investment
  • Luis Van Gaal is the coach of the Netherlands national team
  • Man United & Man City On red alert as Inter Milan admit that Sneijder sale is a possibility
  • Inter captured Handanovic and Matias Silvestre
  • Bayern offers €25 million for Martinez

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Sunday, January 27, 2008

Ronaldo injured again, Milan in hell...

Ronaldo will miss Sunday's match against Genoa because in training (as usual this season) has injured his muscle. This is not the first time this happened to Ronaldo and we know how much he was out of the field when he was injured early at the start of this season. Again nobody seems to know if the injury's serious and will have yet to wait a confirmation for that. Now Inzaghi's injured too that means we have only Pato and Gila, with other words Milan will feel the hell this month. With only two available strikers (which by the way the Gila is not a world class player and he belongs to a middle table team and Alexandre Pato is very inexperienced young player who has yet to learn about Italian football) Milan's chances to reach the 4th place are very very slim and the chances some miracle to happens which will save Milan from hell are 1 to 10.000. The situation to be more rediciouls Milan's management it doesn't seems like is worried about this terrible situation and is taking no action or whatsoever to improve that. Fans are loosing their patient with Milan board especially with Galliani who's passiveness seems to have reached to the boiling point. Me as Rossonero, I don't see where or in which direction Milan's headed, I don't see any logic on the way Milan operatives are finishing (or should I say not finishing at all) their jobs. Dida's injured, now Milan has a 36 years old GK as first choice behind the goal line and the 39 years old Fiori as bench GK. Shevchenko had good timing when he left Milan now we can see that because hes departure to Chelsea was the start of Milan departure. Yet again beside the fans who spend a fortune to buy tickets, Milan shirts and sports clothes nobody seems to care.

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