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My last shit looked like AC Milan. A giant turd with red stripes.

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9 hours ago, Spike said:

My last shit looked like AC Milan. A giant turd with red stripes.

 

Pretty sure that was Bilbao.

 

There's no Red in Milan. Only Rosso. :x

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On 29/01/2019 at 17:51, Spike said:

My last shit looked like AC Milan. A giant turd with red stripes.

 

On 30/01/2019 at 03:12, AMG said:

 

Pretty sure that was Bilbao.

 

There's no Red in Milan. Only Rosso. :x

This is exactly Spike comment in Italian - 

La mia ultima merda sembrava il Milan. Uno stronzo gigante con strisce rosso.

xD

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YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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26 minutes ago, Cicero said:

Fuck

Thought there'd be that reaction xD 

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10 minutes ago, Stan said:

Thought there'd be that reaction xD 

He'll get the Drinkwater treatment under Sarri 

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:x no wonder storts was such a fan of him.  Full of talent and very handsome, storts KNOWS

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12 minutes ago, José said:

:x no wonder storts was such a fan of him.  Full of talent and very handsome, storts KNOWS

Pretty sure @Dan talked about him originally on here?

Let's not act like Storts was the only one that mentioned him either (in fact where?).

 

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17 minutes ago, José said:

:x no wonder storts was such a fan of him.  Full of talent and very handsome, storts KNOWS

Your obsession with another man is troubling. 

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Looks like other scouts are being credited for my work. Sad!

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Milan and Atlético de Madrid are at the moment negotiating a deal that would bring Angel Correa to Milan, the fee would be around 50-55 million euros. At the same time, Milan in order to finance this move would sell André Silva to Monaco and Patrick Cutrone to Wolverhampton. 

This is daylight robbery from Atleti. 50-55 for Correa? What the heck is Milan doing? 

On the other hand, Cutrone is the kind of player who could really explode in Wolverhampton. 

Milan, Milan...

 

 

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Why would they sell Cutrone? Stupid club! They have had decent youth players like Calabria, Cutrone, Locatello, but they buy mediocre players at inflated prices. They keep spending and adding players they don't need or can afford. 

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Gazidis is running Milan now, expect a whole load of disasterous deals. That bloke is a clown and hasn't got a clue what he is doing in the market. 

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Deal reached for Correa, fee of 40 million euros + 10 million in bonus that are easily reached + 7 million in bonus that are tougher to reach.

lol Milan xD

 

 

 

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Was always wondering when he’d make a 1st team appearance 

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AC Milan sign Ismael Bennacer from Empoli

AC Milan has signed Algeria midfielder Ismael Bennacer from fellow Italian club Empoli for a reported £14.5m.

The 21-year-old has signed a five-year contract with the Serie A side.

Bennacer has joined on the back of helping Algeria win the Africa Cup of Nations during the summer, where he was named player of the tournament.

He had a spell at Arsenal from 2015 to 2017 before joining Empoli and the Gunners reportedly decided not to take up an option to re-sign him.

Bennacer only made one appearance for Arsenal and that outing came as a substitute in a League Cup game.

He initially represented France at Under-18 and Under-19 level before opting to play for Algeria from 2016.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49225798

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The world's second-richest man Bernard Arnault is preparing an £890m takeover bid for Serie A side AC Milan. (Mail)

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32 minutes ago, CaaC (John) said:

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The world's second-richest man Bernard Arnault 

 

???  Is he? 

 

 

 

Anyways, officially denied 

"The LVMH Group firmly and officially denies reports that LVMH has presented to the Elliott Fund an offer to buy the football club of AC Milan."

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Ole eat your heart out.

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Romelu Lukaku equals Ronaldo’s goalscoring record to continue fine Inter Milan form

Romelu Lukaku scored twice as Inter Milan came from behind to beat Bologna 2-1.

The Belgian striker became the first player to score nine or more goals in their first eleven Serie A games for Inter since Ronaldo in the 1997/98 season.

Lukaku converted a penalty in stoppage-time as Inter moved back to the top of the table, albeit briefly as Juventus won the Derby Della Mole against Torino.

Inter are the only side in Europe’s big five leagues to have won every game they have played away from home so far this season.

Antonio Conte named a young Inter side for the trip to Bologna

The Italian giants trailed 15 minutes from time, but Lukaku scrambled the ball home from a corner to level.

And when strike partner Lautaro Martinez won a penalty in time added on, the former Manchester United man stepped up to slot home from 12 yards and secure a ninth win in eleven games.

Lukaku has begun the season in fine fettle after struggling for form and fitness at Old Trafford last year.

Ronaldo was named Serie A Footballer of the Year in 1998 and finished the season in question with 25 league goals.

Inter Milan visit Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League on Tuesday.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/football/romelu-lukaku-equals-ronaldos-goalscoring-record-to-continue-fine-inter-milan-form/ar-AAJLky7?ocid=chromentp

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19 hours ago, CaaC (John) said:

Ole eat your heart out.

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Romelu Lukaku equals Ronaldo’s goalscoring record to continue fine Inter Milan form

Romelu Lukaku scored twice as Inter Milan came from behind to beat Bologna 2-1.

The Belgian striker became the first player to score nine or more goals in their first eleven Serie A games for Inter since Ronaldo in the 1997/98 season.

Lukaku converted a penalty in stoppage-time as Inter moved back to the top of the table, albeit briefly as Juventus won the Derby Della Mole against Torino.

Inter are the only side in Europe’s big five leagues to have won every game they have played away from home so far this season.

Antonio Conte named a young Inter side for the trip to Bologna

The Italian giants trailed 15 minutes from time, but Lukaku scrambled the ball home from a corner to level.

And when strike partner Lautaro Martinez won a penalty in time added on, the former Manchester United man stepped up to slot home from 12 yards and secure a ninth win in eleven games.

Lukaku has begun the season in fine fettle after struggling for form and fitness at Old Trafford last year.

Ronaldo was named Serie A Footballer of the Year in 1998 and finished the season in question with 25 league goals.

Inter Milan visit Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League on Tuesday.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/football/romelu-lukaku-equals-ronaldos-goalscoring-record-to-continue-fine-inter-milan-form/ar-AAJLky7?ocid=chromentp

Right about the Milan part but I think this goes under Inter's thread not the AC one? Also, I think Lukaku did something smart by leaving United when he did. He was doing well internationally and had a good run with United as well. Nice to see he's getting back to being good again. 

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I sincerely hope @CaaC (John) doesn't think Inter and AC Milan are the same club xD

 

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4 minutes ago, Stan said:

I sincerely hope @CaaC (John) doesn't think Inter and AC Milan are the same club xD

 

Lol, NO, that's like saying Man United and City are the same club or Liverpool and Everton god forbid, fucked if I know what made me post it in the AC Milan thread? just found a thread to do with Inter Milan if you want to shift it there @Stan?

I blame Ole for getting rid of Lukaku to quickly, this guy is coming back to bite his arse.

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