The early end of a dream? Milan and Kaka... (1 Viewer)

IncuboRossonero

Inferiority complex
Nov 16, 2003
7,039
#1
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Too many stars and this is what happens.

Gianni Corrado: Tuttosport:

With the big names, big wins and big spectacle at Milan also comes big ego's and even bigger problems. In practice last Friday at Milanello Brazilian Kaka and Ukrainian star Andriy Shevchenko collided in practice resulting in a yelling match between both stars. While scenes like those are not rare what came about was a hurl of insults by either side and Shevchenko marching off the field refusing to finish practice. In a turn of events Shevchenko's teammates Pippo Inzaghi, Andrea Pirlo, Jon Dahl Tomasson and Gennaro Gattuso followed the Ukranian in the dressing room. Team officials stated that a "problem between factions erupted but was quickly put to rest after this mis-understanding." Brazilians Dida, Serginho and Cafu came to the defence of the young Kaka and in turn both groups ignored one another. Fearing a crisis in the Chievo game veterans Paolo Maldini and Alessandro Costacurta tried to bring both sides to make up. Apparently this was short lived as the usual jovial Kaka refused to talk to anybody after the Chievo game. Souces say Kaka still disturbed by the events which transpired was not fully concentrated during the Chievo game which accounted for his off day.
Kaka's consultant former Milan player Rivaldo has told Brazilian television that if Milan is not ready to accomodate Kaka on and off the field his client will look elsewhere and is already suggesting that his era with the rossoneri perhaps was not meant to be.
Kaka as well as Shevchenko have refused to comment. Milan midfielder Gennaro Gattuso stated "sometimes these things come down to respect..for others and for older players. No matter who you are whether you have been here 5 years of 5 months you better be ready to respect your team mate. I don't care who you are." The outspoken Gattuso says many players would love playing for Milan and he is not worried about possible departures from either side.
 

Hydde

Duke NUKEM
Mar 6, 2003
36,690
#5
No really... if he continue hving problems with shevchenko and cia... he can come on loan to take some fresh air ;)
 

Dragon

Senior Member
Apr 24, 2003
27,407
#7
If Milan sells him I hope he comes to Juventus. I bet that would piss YOU off more than if he went to Madrid
 
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IncuboRossonero

IncuboRossonero

Inferiority complex
Nov 16, 2003
7,039
#13
Corriere della Sera.

AC Milan has called a press conference for 9 p.m. local time at its head offices at Via Turati which will be chaired by Adriano Galliani and Umberto Gandini. Galliani was in a 3 hour meeting with Club Owner Silvio Berlusconi this afternoon. As Galliani exited he summoned everyone to a meeting and one hour later the press was alerted regarding a press conference. Speculation is that Milan will announce the situation regarding Brazilian superstar Kaka's fall out with the team. The young Brazilian superstar has failed to report to Milanello or report back with the team since his international duties and his agent has said Kaka is not "booked on any flight back to Milan...in the near future."
 

Lilianna

Senior Member
Apr 3, 2003
15,969
#17
++ [ originally posted by nina ] ++
Happy April's Fools day :)
++ [ originally posted by azzurri7 ] ++
i LUV these kind of news:D:D:D ,,, problems in Milan :D
will someone stop with this stupidity??

don't make us hope for the best(milan having problems) and then have our dreams collapsed because of a stupid day :fero:
 

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