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Rewind a few years and AC Milan’s newest recruit had it all: the pace, the effortless skills and, most of all, the goals of a player filled with confidence and ability. Liverpool fans loved him and he was in love with the club, the city and the culture. The man it seemed had it all, but like all men who have it all they always strive to get even more, and this was in part his downfall. When Chelsea’s Russian owner presented Liverpool with £50 million to secure their star …

As Arjen Robben’s powerful shot deflected of Vidic with the ball slowly rolling in, it signalled the end of an era for Manchester United in the Champions League certainly for this season and possibly many more. And for some fans that have not experienced failure, it was hard to take with tweets for Moyes Out trending on all social media sites, with the majority not sure if he can be trusted the summer money he will be given. As a supporter it will be difficult, but I have the believe …

The hottest story in Football right now is about none other than Mario Balotelli, Boy, he can’t stay out of the spot light can he? But this time the story was different, the story was about sending a message, A message to the world that racism has grown too huge, that the people who are being targeted by the so called ‘Racists’ have feelings. This was seen when the star striker for AC Milan was reduced to tears when he was subbed of against Napoli, Although It’s not evident that …

Manchester United are set to fight it out to sign Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, according to The Metro.
The 27 year-old, who is the son of United legend Peter Schmeichel, has been in outstanding form for the Championship leaders this season and his form has been attracting the interest of an array of top-flight clubs and the Foxes will face a challenge in trying to keep the Great Dane at the King Power Stadium.
Danish-born Schmeichel, who started his career at United’s arch rivals Manchester City, , is out of contract …

Barcelona played host to Milan on Wednesday night in the UEFA Champions League, and the Serie A giant’s woes continues after being drummed 3-1.
Barca dominated possession from the off with Busquets, Iniesta, and Xavi not allowing the Milan midfield anywhere near the ball and the game was all one way traffic for the first 15. Milan kept a tight back line but attacking wise, both Riccardo Montolivo and Nigel De Jong were barely able to set foot outside their own half.
Milan first showed signs of a counter attacking display when …

Prior to this transfer window, the Italian league looked destined to repeat the goings-on of the previous season. However, this transfer window has changed everything.
Juventus have further strengthened their grip on the Italian league with the high profile signing of Carlos Tevez and the free transfer signing of Fernando Llorente. Although Fernando Llorente has been basically off form and on the bench with Athletic Bilbao for the last season, Juventus do have enough strikers in their squad to overcome what could be a rough few months to allow the prolific …

Above : The most Iconic image of the City striker
 
Unfortunately the end is here for Mario as he seals his move back to his native Italy with a deal speculate around €20 million  including further add ons. this can leave City a bit out-of-pocket but I’m sure the media coverage around the club due to Mario has more than made up that difference. Personally I think he was one of the more colourful characters that our league had to offer and showed the occasional flash of brilliance,  sadly he will be better known for his outrageous and …

Seven Champions League trophies. Eighteen national titles. Legends such as Franco Baresi, Marco van Basten, Paolo Maldini and Andriy Shevchenko. A.C. Milan are a footballing institution, but few would guess that the man who started it all was the son of a Nottingham butcher.
Born in 1870, Herbert Kilpin left school to become a lace warehouse assistant, but always held a passion for football. His career in England was spent at Notts Olympic and St. Andrews, a church team from Gregory Boulevard, just next to the Forest Recreation Ground. A portly …

AC Milan have struggled this season in Serie A as they lie in 10th place after 11 matches. The departures of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Antonio Cassano have not helped and Alexandre Pato and Robinho have failed to sparkle. Although new talents such as Stephan El Shaarawy have proven their ability at the top level. Milan also saw their two key centre backs leave Alessandro Nesta (Montreal Impact) and Thiago Silva (PSG). The attacking and defensive problems have added speculation this January as to who the club should purchase.
In recent weeks …

The greatest club competition in the world is back. No, not the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy! The Champions League, scene of Chelsea’s greatest triumph, only a few months ago. The stage for the greatest players in the world. The unfathomable script, and storylines that can play out over the competition and give bloggers like me those vital few extra inches of column.
Manchester City could be forgiven for thinking that they have been given the toughest draw. Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid and Ajax. Tough luck, City fans! This is what will be …