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    I dont see us losing to Udinese twice in a season.. And Roma by next Sunday will have everything lost they stand no chance, sorry!

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    Roma are also in a not so good form..

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    I quite appreciated this piece from the official site. There couldnt be a greater contrast between Cirillo`s experience this season against the two Milan sides and the irony is certainly not lost on me;

    CHAMPION OF FAIR PLAY
    Siena-Milan, 76th minute, an inconvenient result, a draw. The Rossoneri are launched in attack, looking for the winner. Rino Gattuso is ahead of home defender Bruno Cirillo to touch an inviting ball for Andriy Shevchenko who sets up Billy Costacurta down the left flank. The professor has in front of him enough space to cross and build up a goalscoring chance. The Milan crowds are watching the move in trepidation, with bated breath and full of hope. Then, suddenly, Billy stops and throws the ball out. He looks behind himself, Cirillo is down in the middle of the pitch. This is what is called fair play. It would have been easy to take advantage from such a good situation in order to score what was a crucial goal, but not for one who knows the value of loyalty. Billy's gesture was probably the best moment of the game at Siena and it was welcomed with a mixture of pride and admiration by sport lovers. Costacurta is a man of football, one who knows and understands the rules, the importance of the episodes. Costacurta especially knows the correctness, beyond eveything else: that throw-out to allow Cirillo's assistance is the most meaningful demonstration. And after a week of useless polemics for the referee's decisions in Milan-Empoli, this gesture reconciles the genuine sports spirit. The pitch gives adrenaline, tension, excitement; almost everything is conceded on the pitch, but who stars in a stadium must also be an example. For 20 years Costacurta has been a very good example. The champion, the real one, is not only one who builds up, but also one who hardly loses his head and Billy is always able to keep his lucidity. Also when the three points are essential. The victory over Siena might be explained like this.


    Forza Billy evil2:
    Forza fair play Milan evil2:

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    love u Billy

    forza Costacurta
    Forza Milan

    ALLEGRI OUT

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