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View Poll Results: Who do you think Milan will face next round?
Barcelona 2 20.00%
Chelsea 0 0%
Manchester United 1 10.00%
Schalke 4 40.00%
Shakhtar Donetsk 0 0%
Bayern Munich 1 10.00%
Tottenham Hotspur 2 20.00%
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Old 05-02-2011, 08:24   #166
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I would leave those trolls alone and let the two-leg matches do its own speaking.
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Old 05-02-2011, 09:44   #167
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I would leave those trolls alone and let the two-leg matches do its own speaking.
In all fairness to the Spurs fans who have been posting here, I think they have treated us with due respect. I'm all for letting the results speak for themselves anyway.

As Milan fans I would treat this match with caution (there seems to be a little too much confidence here imo). As the posted Jonathan Wilson article mentioned, Spurs could well be tactically the worst opposition we could have drawn. Ironically, they could also well be the best given Harry Redknapp's preference to focus on physical and motivational aspects of the game over tactical.
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:07   #168
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In all fairness to the Spurs fans who have been posting here, I think they have treated us with due respect. I'm all for letting the results speak for themselves anyway.

As Milan fans I would treat this match with caution (there seems to be a little too much confidence here imo). As the posted Jonathan Wilson article mentioned, Spurs could well be tactically the worst opposition we could have drawn. Ironically, they could also well be the best given Harry Redknapp's preference to focus on physical and motivational aspects of the game over tactical.
Most of them, yes. not all though. alright, maybe I should say that I was pissed off by some choice of their words, but honestly, I can live with that.

by the way, I am now watching the second half of Tottenham playing Bolton.
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:53   #169
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I'm not overly confident I think it could go either way .. But they have been fantastic all season and they have 3 misfiring strikers , bale can cross and cross and cross but the chances are not being converted.ofcourse he can score himself.but there is still that mentality that Milan are an old slow side not so much anymore and they can play with width but that could backfire with us playing through the middle using gaps.and patos pace he is far faster than there defenders unless bale stays with him alot which would somewhat halt his offensive game.and I do agree the spurs fans well most have been a joy compared to the united ones
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Old 06-02-2011, 03:26   #170
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Most of them, yes. not all though. alright, maybe I should say that I was pissed off by some choice of their words, but honestly, I can live with that.

by the way, I am now watching the second half of Tottenham playing Bolton.
I wasn't impressed with them against Bolton, and if I'm honest they were very lucky. Missing key players like Bale and Modric really hurts their play.
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Old 08-02-2011, 05:14   #171
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Modric bale and van der vaart will all be fit for Milan game
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Old 08-02-2011, 05:33   #172
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Modric bale and van der vaart will all be fit for Milan game
Thats great news,hopefully our players will be back in time. i want this to be a fair game, with US winning it
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Old 08-02-2011, 05:34   #173
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Modric bale and van der vaart will all be fit for Milan game
Good I want everyone fit for both sides..even tho we won't have a full squad for the first game it looks like.
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I think Abate will be the key for Milan as he got all the speed in e world to match Bale. When he is not available, then there is Oddo, who can do a good job if he just stay in his own half defensively.

Ibra and Pato must be fit and ready and not tired for this match as those two can really open up the scoring against the Spurs defense or any defense.
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Old 08-02-2011, 12:18   #175
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Any chance that Prince will play ?? we would need his aggression and engine , we also need Pirlo fit and playing well the 2 of them and Rino in mid and Abate ,Silva , Nesta fingers crossed or Yepes and god whoever at LB.
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Old 08-02-2011, 12:51   #176
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Geo said in the other thread that Pirlo should be ready for the Parma game, Nesta (most important IMO) had a full training session, Prince & Abate began working in the gym.

We shall see in the next few days.
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Cheers hitmanq , Nesta Pirlo Abate Boateng are crucial for this tie IMO.
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Yep these 4 add so much pace, experience, creativity and movement in off lines compared to their alternatives in respective positions. Only Yepes is a valid replacement for Nesta, and only Merkel can provide the runs from mid to support the attack. Only player who got forward in Genoa match was Flamini, but he lacks composure in goal situations.
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Time to teach Tottenham a lesson and remind them and their fans that Tottenham belongs to UEFA Cup, not UCL-Ro16. Nothing short of a 3-0 result is acceptable at the San Siro
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I am looking forward for a QF clash with Manchester United or Barcelona. Time to prove to the world that AC Milan is back after 3 years in darkness ......
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