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RE: AC Milan Vs. Juventus (25/2/12) 20:45
(02-22-2012 06:56 PM)mzk57 Wrote:  In 2005, Juve came to San Siro & won the game 1-0, despite AC Milan having more classy players compared to hard workers of Juventus. The difference on that particular occasion was Buffon. They had the best gk of his generation & AC Milan virtually played with no keeper (d!da=no keeper). Lets hope Buffon won't do the same kind of thing to AC Milan again. Well at least we have a keeper in Abbiatti or Amelia now.

Dida in 2005 is at least on par or even more than all of our current keepers.

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02-23-2012 03:12 PM
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RE: AC Milan Vs. Juventus (25/2/12) 20:45
I will be very confident if Ibra and Boa play.
I will be confident but worrying if one of Ibra or Boa play.
I will be really worrying if neither of Ibra or Boa can play.

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02-23-2012 04:04 PM
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RE: AC Milan Vs. Juventus (25/2/12) 20:45
When will we know if Ibra is available ? Shouldn't have it been yesterday ?
EDIT: It's right now ... http://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/milan/?ac...l0LTc0MTI3
(02-23-2012 04:22 PM)GeoTav Wrote:  When will we know if Ibra is available ? Shouldn't have it been yesterday ?
EDIT: It's right now ... http://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/milan/?ac...l0LTc0MTI3

Seen on TMW (source: Sky Sport 24 - unofficial): Ibra keeps his 3 day ban, so he won't play against Juventus ...
EDIT: It's official ...

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02-23-2012 04:22 PM
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RE: AC Milan Vs. Juventus (25/2/12) 20:45
We shouldn't forget what Inter's firecracker did to Dida, before that bombardment, he was one of the best, after that, his form was ridiculous, and Milan fell in all fronts.

Ironically the firecracker throwers set up the league winner of that year to Serie B, who knows what could happen if that firecracker had missed Dida.
02-23-2012 05:27 PM
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RE: AC Milan Vs. Juventus (25/2/12) 20:45
Pato has been taking part in full training these last two days while Maxi along with Boateng have been working in gym. They only have one more day to train tomorrow but it looks like that at best they'll only be fit enough to start from the bench. And with Ibra's ban there's less and less reason not to play Pato from the start now IMO.

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02-23-2012 06:10 PM
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RE: AC Milan Vs. Juventus (25/2/12) 20:45
With. Ibra out, I would go w/ Robinho, ELS, and Urby, with Pato coming off the bench.

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02-23-2012 08:18 PM
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RE: AC Milan Vs. Juventus (25/2/12) 20:45
(02-23-2012 05:27 PM)mihan Wrote:  We shouldn't forget what Inter's firecracker did to Dida, before that bombardment, he was one of the best, after that, his form was ridiculous, and Milan fell in all fronts.

Ironically the firecracker throwers set up the league winner of that year to Serie B, who knows what could happen if that firecracker had missed Dida.
It will remain one of the greatest ever mysteries that how d!da remained AC Milan's #1 for such a long period, despite Abbiatti being in the team and also AC Milan having enough money to get some decent gk. Thank God he left. If that firecracker had missed him, AC Milan might have lost the tie, because he was desperately willing to concede 3 goals in the UCL, which he achieved twice in the later stages.

Anyway, some bad memories of goalkeeping horror show. One thing for sure, I am feeling more confident this time with Abbiatti around. Hopefully Pato will get some playing time and prove his worth.

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02-23-2012 08:24 PM
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RE: AC Milan Vs. Juventus (25/2/12) 20:45
I hope Pato can prove me wrong but I honestly dont think so. If he starts he will most probably dribble the ball straight into the defense of players feet.

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02-23-2012 08:39 PM
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RE: AC Milan Vs. Juventus (25/2/12) 20:45
Now that Ibrahimovic is out, a healthy and determined Pato is a must. This is one of the few chances handed to him, and he'd better make the best out of it.


(02-23-2012 08:24 PM)mzk57 Wrote:  
(02-23-2012 05:27 PM)mihan Wrote:  We shouldn't forget what Inter's firecracker did to Dida, before that bombardment, he was one of the best, after that, his form was ridiculous, and Milan fell in all fronts.

Ironically the firecracker throwers set up the league winner of that year to Serie B, who knows what could happen if that firecracker had missed Dida.
It will remain one of the greatest ever mysteries that how d!da remained AC Milan's #1 for such a long period, despite Abbiatti being in the team and also AC Milan having enough money to get some decent gk. Thank God he left. If that firecracker had missed him, AC Milan might have lost the tie, because he was desperately willing to concede 3 goals in the UCL, which he achieved twice in the later stages.

Anyway, some bad memories of goalkeeping horror show. One thing for sure, I am feeling more confident this time with Abbiatti around. Hopefully Pato will get some playing time and prove his worth.

What on earth are you talking about? Abbiati was amazing in his first few seasons with us, but in Dida's best years, Abbiati was nowhere near Dida. Despite all the "horror show", Dida was undoubtably a phenomenal goalkeeper. As Mihan pointed out, 2004-2005 was Dida's best year. It was simply amazing that he could keep off all kinds of shots, no matter how impossible it was, he just did it.

The firework ruined him, psychologically. I can't explain but he became much worse since then, but guess what? In my opinion, he was still better than Abbiati at that time, and better than Kalac. Had we used Dida to keep the goal against Arsenal (2007-08), we would not have lost. Just my opinion though, and I understand if some of you don't agree.

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02-24-2012 01:27 AM
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RE: AC Milan Vs. Juventus (25/2/12) 20:45
Ibras appeal was denied, bad news imo. but then again if pato can be on form hopefully we can get something out of him
02-24-2012 03:13 AM
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