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AC Milan – Kaka Still Has Some Magic Left in Him

Posted on 23 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

At this point of his career, Kaka couldn’t have asked for a better opportunity to show that the greatness that was once so closely associated with him hasn’t gone away for good, in an excellent comeback performance, combining the skills, sacrifice and vision that have made him one of the best players in the world at AC Milan during the previous decade. More

Robinho and Milan Get Screwed Again By Lack of Goal Line Technology

Posted on 1 Apr, 2012, by in Soccer

Robinho surely scored, but from where the referee was located, it was hard to tell. AC Milan should have won against Catania, but the linesman couldn’t identify, or just didn’t have the guts to say anything, regarding the ball that crossed the line. The game went on, ended in a 1-1 draw with Catania, and the title race is wide open again thanks to another case of Milan being on the wrong end of football’s primitiveness. More

Milan vs Arsenal – Zlatan Ibrahimovic Rules in First Leg Thrashing

Posted on 15 Feb, 2012, by in Soccer

Zlatan Ibrahimovic needs to put all the Champions League criticism behind him, and his sublime performance against Arsenal, leading AC Milan to a 4-0 thrashing of a helpless and confused Arsenal side with one goal and two assists, was a good start on his way to the Champions League quarter finals. More

Neymar Will Never be Ronaldo

Posted on 31 Dec, 2011, by in Soccer

The photo of Neymar and Ronaldo together might be giving many people another reason to push the whole Neymar bound for greatness issue, but besides seeing an overweight legend (due to a certain condition) next to a wonder-kid who will never be as great as Ronaldo, I fail to see the excitement and hype between the lines. More

Why I Enjoyed AC Milan’s 3-0 Win Over Inter So Much

Posted on 3 Apr, 2011, by in Soccer

On Alexandre Pato’s wonderful performance in Milan’s 3-0 win over Inter and why I enjoyed that win so much. More

The Soccer Word – A Friday Night Word or Two

Posted on 12 Nov, 2010, by in Soccer

A few words on the Milan derby, Juve – Roma, crap Manchester Derby, Fernando Torres hitting his form and thumbs up to Dortmund. More

Biggest Deadline Transfers Around Europe

Posted on 2 Sep, 2010, by in Soccer

Now that the transfer deadline has passed and teams can’t sign players till January, lets take a look at some of the bigger moves clubs around Europe have made during the last couple of days of the summer transfer window. More

Netherlands – Brazil, Afterthoughts

Posted on 2 Jul, 2010, by in Soccer

After both teams have been criticized during the tournament for playing dull and un-imaginative football, far from the traditions both nations’ sides have shown in the past, Dunga’s “European” style didn’t work against a Netherlands team that have won every match during this tournament but have been far from impressive during those four wins. More

2010 World Cup Diary – Day 18

Posted on 28 Jun, 2010, by in Soccer

The Netherlands and Brazil cruised through the quarter finals, beating Slovakia and Chile, setting up for another classic quarter final in this World Cup with Argentina-Germany also to look forward to. More

Robinho’s Goal Caps Off Brilliant Brazil Attack

Posted on 3 Mar, 2010, by in Soccer

Beautiful team up between Grafite, Kaka and Robinho leads to Brazil’s second goal in their 2-0 win over Ireland at Croke Park last night. More