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Nearly a week after the whole Kakagate saga came to an end, and certain sections of the media are still rambling utter nonsense about what really when on that night in Milan.
There are now claims that Kaka would have joined IF Mark Hughes was sacked and a high profile manager, with Jose Mourinho’s name mentioned, took his place to take us to the next level.
As if the last few weeks were not bad enough, we now have complete and utter fabrications making the headlines. And just to add a few kicks in there whilst were down licking our wounds, Garry Cook takes a few hits from the media for saying Milan ‘bottled it’.
Bravo I say to Mr. Cook for having the nuts to tell it like it is. Silvio Berlusconi has become the media darling in his own country once again. He has put himself right back into the hearts of the Italian press and, in the process raised his own profile for his successful political career. Now the British media do not like this one bit. How dare Mr. Cook say such negative words about the owner of such a respected and successful football club?
Yes, the very same football club that was indicated in a massive match fixing probe that rocked the Italian football world to its knees. The very same football club that can honestly (or dishonestly) say it has, at some point, cheated its way to the top.
All I want to say as a summary of this article is that we need to be left alone. You have already done your damage, yes you have had a laugh at our expense, but its over. Let it be.
If there’s a new target, you should rip your teeth into then let it be Tottenham. No disrespect to Tottenham fans or the club, but you’re a bigger mess than us at the moment and you really should be helping to stop this desperate blogger from waking up every morning to such bitter and blue-cist comments, when the media attention should be clearly focused on your sudden fall from grace.