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The pressure of taking Milan on his shoulders is definitely having an impact on him. The fact that he is getting his dribbles and shots wrong clearly has more to do with his psychological state (or physical) than whether or not Ibra is nearby or not. If he and Nocerino will be as good this year is another question, which I'm interested in seeing. Getting rid of Ibra has its pros and cons. You can play a freer, non-Ibra-dependent game but at the same time there are players who will nurture from playing off of Ibra. Seeing as we are lost as a team so far, obviously things were better with Ibra.

About Nocerino in the NT. I haven't seen the WC qualifiers but I did see the EUROs, where he didn't get much playing time. He did do his usual runs in the box and overall I think he was good and deserved more playing time. The thing is though that Italy were playing very well and there was service into the box. The same cannot be said about this Milan. So I would say Noce is player who needs the team (or Ibra) to be on form for him to shine, whereas some other players can make the difference on their own. Boateng may or may not be this type of player.

Honestly, I don't know if Boateng is a player that can make difference on his own. We already know that Rijkaard was, so my comparison may not be fair, but my point remains the same. Boateng is like a very raw gemstone, potentially great but could simply be ruined, and that depends on how he will be developed.

However, while Rijkaard can control the tempo of the game and orchestrate the match on his own but Boateng hasn't shown (or probably won't ever) yet, it doesn't mean that Boateng can't make a difference for the team in a different way. If he constantly scores, he will help the team. Just like the comeback against Lecce, nobody can say that Boateng isn't make a difference for the game. Smile

If Boateng turned out great as an ACM (despite the current rough times), then I will certainly take back my comments on Allegri and will give him full credit (for re-inventing boateng), but it doesn't look likely so at this moment.
Quote:Not so fresh Prince of Milan

"I am proud to wear this shirt and be a part of the club. I want to one day become one of the best players in the world" - Kevin-Prince Boateng.

During a recent Q&A session on the club's official Twitter account, Boateng outlined his pride at wearing the Milan shirt while also sharing his ambition and hopes for the future. Having enjoyed a great start as a Rossonero, the Ghanaian has been far from impressive so far this season, with Gazzetta dello Sport producing this caricature in Tuesday's edition. What has happened to KP?

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http://soccernet.espn.go.com/blog/_/name...70?cc=5901
(10-10-2012, 07:26 PM)reza Wrote: [ -> ]What has happened to KP?

Allegri happened to KPB. Icon_lol2
Nr 10 jersey and MVP happened to KPB. Can't cope.
WORST PLAYER TO WEAR THE NUMBER 10 IN MILAN HISTORY. MILAN LOST ITS CLASS WHEN THEY GAVE BOATENG THE NO.10 SHIRT.
(10-12-2012, 09:43 AM)bijon Wrote: [ -> ]WORST PLAYER TO WEAR THE NUMBER 10 IN MILAN HISTORY. MILAN LOST ITS CLASS WHEN THEY GAVE BOATENG THE NO.10 SHIRT.
tbh we lost that class when Rui Costa, Cafu and Kaka left the team
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Is the lady in the third picture the same one as the first two?
(10-22-2012, 11:29 PM)ACM2012 Wrote: [ -> ]Is the lady in the third picture the same one as the first two?
I think she is some one else.
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