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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday June 11 2009
Time: 9:35PM

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Of course they won't receive the same slagging as City did.
severedgein
11/06/2009 21:41:00
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You won't hear a peep out of PRATINI !!!
alphieblues
11/06/2009 21:53:00
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Its all because city have the cheek to try and disturb the powers that be in world football...I was discussing with a friend earlier, but what kind of buisiness are milan running when they rejected 100 million only to accept 44 million less, 5 months later...can they afford to throw away the equivalent of 8.8 million a month and whatever they would have saved in kaka's wages????
Deejayvu
11/06/2009 22:01:00
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A little slow here on ManCity, Platini already complained about the sale.
Klutch
11/06/2009 22:03:00
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Klutch please provide us with this evidence in the form of a link!!!!
Deejayvu
11/06/2009 22:19:00
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http://goal.com/en/news/9/england/2009/06/11/1319165/michel-platini-slams-real-madrids-excessive-pursuit-of-cristiano-
Klutch
11/06/2009 22:20:00
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Deejayvu - Milan didn't reject City Kaka did, as he did Chelsea. Just remember Money can't buy you everything some players just don’t care as much about the money as other players. Torres admitted that he rejected Chelsea even though they offered more money to Atlitico and him so he can play for Liverpool and Rafa, Villa rejected Chelsea to play for Real Madrid again even though Chelsea offered more $$ to the club and the player, Ribery has stated that he would rather play either in Spain or stay in Germany instead of playing in England.
Klutch
11/06/2009 22:20:00
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http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11827_5375178,00.html
Klutch
11/06/2009 22:22:00
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Inferiority Complex?
iceman10
11/06/2009 22:28:00
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Klutch...I beg to differ....berlusconi pulled the plug on the kaka deal, hence Garry Cook claiming famously "they bottled it" If Kaka was really concerned about the plight of milans finances then he would have been forced to sign for city as milan would have persuaded him to join for the huge fee....berlusconi is the prime minister for italy and was due to be standing in the elections very shortly after, and pulled the deal after the huge media/fan pressure that was unexpectedly coming there way for considering it....power is worth more than money so he pulled the deal, got re-elected and accepted less money 5 months later....
Deejayvu
11/06/2009 22:48:00
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