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    Amazing 2nd half performance by everyone, even Bonera and Rino improved a lot.

    Kaladze's red card was harsh and we were denied a couple of pens.. But this was easily the 'KAKA SHOW'!!!!

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    Now we have to look forward to the time of the PATO,

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    MILAN WORLD CHAMPION

    ole ole ole!!!! fantastic!!!!!! Ricky was amazing!!!!!!!!!
    Forza Milan

    ALLEGRI OUT

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    WORLD CHAMPIONS!!! THE MOST INTERNATIONAL TROPHIES!!! MILAN

    Great 2nd half by all players! The ref was awful as mentioned, and was anyone else impressed by Boca Jrs who continued to attack even though it was 4-1? They should be applauded as well. That chip from Bonega to Palacio

    Anyhow, congratulations to the lads! A great year with three trophies, now bring on Inter!

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    A Milano c' solo il Milan


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    A typically cautious and static first half but the second half was a true master class of football - Milan at their peerless best.

    When Kaka plays as he did today, irregardless of the opposition, Milan will win; if only we could see such form with more regularity in Serie A.

    I didn't expect Boca to capitulate as they did, so that came as a surprise. Had Carlo not been his typically caution-first self by leaving Pippo on the pitch I'm sure the deficit would have been greater...but 4-2 still demonstrates a crushing triumph over typically stubborn opposition.

    The two red cards were unnecessary - it's a showpiece event and neither tackle showed malicious intent. It's a pity that the referee saw fit to sour the event.

    Overall, a beautiful day in Milan's history and a triumph we've been waiting for for so many years. The CVs of many of our greats are now complete, for which I'm absolutely thrilled, particularly and specifically for our captain.

    Forza Milan!!!!!!!

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    Oh, and if anyone finds a Torrent link to the game, could they please post it here?

    Thank ye kindly.

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    CAMPIONE, CAMPIONE!!!! FINALLY ULTIMATE SATISFACTION!!!!

    unfortunatly i had to play football myself so i missed the game , then in half time i asked drew if we made it, THAT FOKFACE!! TOLD ME WE LOST! I ALREADY FELT SICK, luckely the ***** lied.

    anybody heard more about paolo who appereantly official declared today that he will retire at the end of the season?

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