Nesta, Gattuso and Inzaghi to leave Milan

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    Sarni nice guy, unassuming, objective United fan.

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    Confirmed by club and all players today.

    Where will they end up?
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    Makki QUITTER

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    Cold_Boy Banned

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    mboRa ndomHer0723 Full Member

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    Nesta will go to MLS or the middle east
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    They'll probably all go to Juve and win another Scudetto.
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    If Rangers had some cash, Gattuso could move back there for a spell. He always said he wanted to go back at some stage.
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    Sarni nice guy, unassuming, objective United fan.

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    I think they all have six or seven years left at this level.

    Nesta and Ferdinand in the defence. Giggs, Scholes and Gattuso in midfield. Inzaghi and Raul in the attack.

    This could fecking work.
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    stubie Full Member

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    All 3 have very little too offer now apart from experience. Probably end up playing in the Middle East or some rich Russian side.
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    Sarni nice guy, unassuming, objective United fan.

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    Inzaghi could probably score 20 goals in PL. This fecker will never be too old, he can only ever be offside.
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    stubie Full Member

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    :lol:

    At 38 (coming 39) and a long spell off due to injury I could hardly see that ever happening.

    But I like your optimism
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    Sarni nice guy, unassuming, objective United fan.

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    He's been 38 for six years though and still scoring.
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    Heard Gattuso taking a year out, Nesta is going to New York and Inzaghi has numerous offers from the middle east and MLS.
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    Nesta has still got it; he's such a clever player he can survive without pace. Unfortunately I can't say the same about Gattuso, shame because in his pomp he would have been a good replacement for Keane.
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    adexkola American Arse

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    Good decision by the organization
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    Right step for Milan to take. They're finally looking like a strong team again these days after a few wilderness years after their last CL victory. They need to continue down this path by bringing in some youth to build for future success.

    Losing these names at a club like Milan is reminiscent of our own position really. Their service to the club is reminiscent of the loyalty we've seen from Nev, Scholes, Giggsy etc. and it's always sad to see these loyal servants go when for so many of us they were the big names we grew up with and represent that era of the game. Even when it is a mouthy gob like Gattuso.
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    Thats gotta free up a ton of salary
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    Van Bommel leaves, too. Goes back to PSV Eindhoven and will retire in one or two years and then get into coaching.
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    Good for Milan. Losing a lot of experience but it'l do their wage bill a lot of good. Good call.
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    Seedorf leaves aswell
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    Inzaghi's barely done shit for years....since like the 2007 final, that should of been his swansong. But these poachers didn't see the game passing them by. Be weird seeing in shitty club colours though.
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    MLS bound then.
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    Seedorf in Brazil would be weird.
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    Van Bommel has been the best captain Bayern had in the recent years. He took care of the younger players, cleared the fights - was captain off and on the field - but did not put himself first or put up or bossed the others around like e.g. a Kahn, Ballack or Effenberg did. Some kind of a modern and smart (and he is very smart) captain.

    When the Ribery (and Benzema story - he was not the only one in that story...) came out, van Bommel went in the night to Ribery and his wife...

    And as important he was to young players like Müller at Bayern he is to a young player like Boateng at Milan.

    I think he will be a great coach. He is smart, can read matches very well, is a strategist - and has the personality and the character to get around with more difficult players as well as with the younger ones.

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