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Post by FennecFox7 on Wed Jul 04, 2012 2:04 pm

^nooooooooooooo!

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Post by vanDEEZ on Wed Jul 04, 2012 6:55 pm

what does it mean by 'free loan' like we would still be paying his wages? or free as in its a regular loan deal?
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Post by Onyx on Wed Jul 04, 2012 7:01 pm

Yeh I guess we'd be paying his wages still.

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Post by vanDEEZ on Wed Jul 04, 2012 7:01 pm

wow milan are cheap..
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Re: El Maestro - Ricardo Kaka

Post by Onyx on Thu Jul 05, 2012 4:59 pm

AS:

Guangzhou Evergrande, reigning champions and current leaders of the Chinese league, denied They Were Interested in signing Real Madrid's Brazilian star Kaka.

The president of the club said Liu Yongzhuo to the Chinese agency Xinhua That the team "currently has seven foreign players for this season (the maximum allowed) and there is no intention to change Any of them."

Although the Chinese At Its season is half-way point, clubs are allowed to make signings and make the MOST of the breaks in more competitive leagues. It's something you've seen the arrival Which of players like Drogba, Guerrón and Kanoute in the Asian competition.

Guangzhou recently signed the Italian coach Marcello Lippi as to players in STI and have ranks like the Argentine Dario Conca, the Brazilians Cléo, Paulao Muriqui and the Paraguayan and Lucas Barrios.

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Re: El Maestro - Ricardo Kaka

Post by Onyx on Mon Jul 09, 2012 2:53 pm

Kaka is desperate to quit Real Madrid for AC Milan.

Corriere dello Sport says the midfielder is ready to slash his personal demands to see the move happen.

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Post by Paprika on Mon Jul 09, 2012 6:17 pm

mtfootball wrote:Kaka is desperate to quit Real Madrid for AC Milan.

Corriere dello Sport says the midfielder is ready to slash his personal demands to see the move happen.

Still haunts me that we bought him for 64 m...

But what the hell, we got the back injury for free Smile

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Post by Onyx on Tue Jul 10, 2012 7:15 pm

AS says Real, despite the money saved from getting his €9 million salary off their books, will insist on a price of €35 million for the midfielder - which still represents a €30 million loss on the original fee.

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Post by Real Kandahar on Tue Jul 10, 2012 9:29 pm

mtfootball wrote:Kaka is desperate to quit Real Madrid for AC Milan.

Corriere dello Sport says the midfielder is ready to slash his personal demands to see the move happen.

as i knew years ago.... he is a F***ing mercenary... joined us to help Milan's financial crisis back in 2009... pathetic crap Kaka is.. never a true madridista... unlike CR7 or Alonso (who were part of the latest galacticos) repaid every cent.. and love Madrid... Kaka was a pure mercenary, the only reason he stuck around was kuz we gave him good wages.. im glad he was a bench warmer for 2 years... he deserves nothing better... hope his career fails even more.

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Post by Onyx on Thu Jul 12, 2012 7:57 pm

Italian politician Clemente Mastella believes Napoli are the only realistic option for Kaka if he wants a return to Serie A.

The Real Madrid midfielder faces stiff competition for a starting berth at the Liga champions and has therefore been linked with a move away from the club this summer.

Nonetheless, Mastella, who served as minister of labour under Silvio Berlusconi from May 1994 until January 1995, feels the circumstances in the transfer market pave the way for Napoli to enter the fray.

"There is a chance that Kaka will go to Napoli," Mastella told Radio Kiss Kiss.

"Napoli have not yet spoken with Real Madrid, but it would be the best option for Kaka if he wants to return to Italy.

"AC Milan don't have the money to sign him, Juventus would be impossible, and a move to Inter would be impractical, too."

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Post by forza.milan on Tue Jul 17, 2012 1:48 pm

Why spending €64m on him was COMPLETELY justified:

youtube.com/watch?v=P4TQ2HHL56k

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Post by Onyx on Tue Jul 17, 2012 3:27 pm

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The PSG , which could be around to sign Ibrahimovic , finally convinced him that the Swede will make every effort to sign Kaka , whose contract with Real Madrid until 2015.

As reported by L'Equipe , Kaka would not be convinced to leave the French team, but the PSG now use to convince Ibra signing.

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Post by Real Kandahar on Wed Jul 18, 2012 12:41 am

@forza.milan wrote:Why spending €64m on him was COMPLETELY justified:

youtube.com/watch?v=P4TQ2HHL56k

I would really be interested to know the Physiological or Psychological reason, a player so excellent can turn so bad??

I always thought, Skills in Football is like riding a bike, when you learn it once, you never forget even if you don't bike for ages... Yes a player can lose his pace or physical strength... but I never thought losing vision, dribbling or passing was possible...


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Re: El Maestro - Ricardo Kaka

Post by Error on Wed Jul 18, 2012 6:53 am

Kaka isn't as bad as you make him out to be. He was our best player in couple games and showed many times of his old skills. The only problem is that Özil is younger and currently better (or at least on better form) so Kaka will probably have to leave if he wants to discover his old form and get enough minutes.
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Post by Real Kandahar on Wed Jul 18, 2012 7:46 am

@Error wrote:Kaka isn't as bad as you make him out to be. He was our best player in couple games and showed many times of his old skills. The only problem is that Özil is younger and currently better (or at least on better form) so Kaka will probably have to leave if he wants to discover his old form and get enough minutes.

Error, his speed has simply diminished... his last good game with us was in 2009 november against barcelona at camp nou!

I still hope he has some of his old flair

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Re: El Maestro - Ricardo Kaka

Post by Guest on Wed Jul 18, 2012 9:07 am

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Post by Jack Daniels on Wed Jul 18, 2012 11:37 am

@Crimson wrote:Please leave!
Haha!
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Re: El Maestro - Ricardo Kaka

Post by forza.milan on Wed Jul 18, 2012 12:30 pm

@Error wrote:Kaka isn't as bad as you make him out to be. He was our best player in couple games and showed many times of his old skills. The only problem is that Özil is younger and currently better (or at least on better form) so Kaka will probably have to leave if he wants to discover his old form and get enough minutes.

This is pretty much spot on. I also think that the freedom he was given in Milan's Christmas tree formation is simply an impossibility due to Mourinho's extreme tactical efficiency. He cannot flourish when restricted so much. Add to that the sustained and reoccurring injuries which took away his most stunning quality, pace, and his dramatic fall from grace is slightly more understandable.

Still remains my favourite player of all time, regardless Smile
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Re: El Maestro - Ricardo Kaka

Post by Onyx on Sun Jul 22, 2012 2:22 pm

One simple line from Sao Paulo‘s president Paulo de Jesus Lopes has sparked one of the biggest transfer rumours of the summer. Brazil legend and current Real Madrid star Kaka is reportedly ready to quit the Bernabeu and consider a move to the Premier League.

The former AC Milan hero is ready to tell Real boss Jose Mourinho that he sees his future elsewhere after warming the bench for most of last season.

Lopes told O Globo In Brazil:

“Kaka has decided to quit Real Madrid”

and he also confirmed a move to Brazil is not an option by stating:

“He believes that England or remaining in Spain would be two interesting destinations for him.

Sao Paulo can’t afford him as his price-tag is astronomical and out of the reality of Brazilian football.”

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Post by LeVersacci on Sun Jul 22, 2012 4:15 pm

City hmm

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Re: El Maestro - Ricardo Kaka

Post by Onyx on Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:59 pm

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Kaka has been 45 minutes in the offices of the Bernabeu. There, where he has gone with his father, he expected his coach, Jose Mourinho, so the meeting has been expected for days between coach and player. It is known that Jose Mourinho has decided that the role of the Brazilian player this season is a minor and that he intended to communicate soon after starting the preseason. Kaka has no known offers, but their presence at the Bernabeu could be indicative. For Madrid, the output of Kaka (overage players and form) is an important condition to deal with the signing of Modric.

Mourinho has already informed the player that his role in Madrid would be much lower and the intention of the club is that its output will be resolved soon. The question, though, is knowing how much can stop Kaka, who might have come to office with an offer under his arm, into the coffers of the club. Of course, not expected by the Madrid. The 45-minute meeting with Kaka and his father Jose Mourinho could be decisive for their future.

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Post by Onyx on Wed Jul 25, 2012 1:02 am

Karanka:

We decided he should stay in Madrid [rather than travel with the squad]. Kaka and the club are working to find a solution that is good for both parties." Karanka said. "Ricardo is one of our players and an example of professionalism."

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Re: El Maestro - Ricardo Kaka

Post by Onyx on Tue Jul 31, 2012 2:30 pm

Real Madrid are not keen on loaning out Brazilian midfielder Kaka and want an outright sale, according to Madrid-based daily Marca.

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Post by Onyx on Wed Aug 01, 2012 3:49 pm

Jose Mourinho says Milan target Kaka “will probably be a Real Madrid player next season” and hopes he won’t have to face Inter.

The Coach was asked about the Rossoneri’s bid to bring Kaka back to San Siro.

“While Kaka is a Real Madrid player, and he will probably be a Real Madrid player next season too, then he’ll continue training with the rest of the squad and travelling with us,” said Mou.

“In any case, it has been good for me to work with him up until now.”

This does not entirely close the door to Milan, who continue talks to secure the Brazilian on loan.

Meanwhile, Mourinho was asked about the possibility of facing his old club Inter in Europe some time in the future.

“If I have to speak from the heart, then no, I wouldn’t want to play them. Even if it can seem nice to win against your former clubs, in truth it always hurts you inside.”

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Re: El Maestro - Ricardo Kaka

Post by Onyx on Wed Aug 01, 2012 4:08 pm

Marca:

Adriano Galliani, the Milan's managing director, confirmed on Radio MARK the August 8 meeting scheduled with the president of Real Madrid to study the feasibility of the possible signing of Kaka by the Italian.

The newspaper Marca, on 29 July, and early this gathering taking advantage of the tour of the set target by the U.S.. "We will talk with Florentino in New York. The transfer is very difficult because Kaka earns much, much, much money but is a player who is part of our history."

Real Madrid is not willing to give away to Kaka. Milan arises request a transfer if you have to bear the whole tab (10 million) and the Brazilian, who has raised his intention to demean the salary has been planted in 8 million.

It is not an easy negotiation by the high figures used. But it looks like there's no going back, you are doomed to be understood in one way or another, with clauses that fit the transaction, parties or other measures.

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Post by halamadrid2 on Fri Aug 03, 2012 12:10 pm



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