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Milan general manager Galliani has stated that he intends to stop Milan's practise of bringing top players from Argentina and Brazil. According to the report (on planetfootball.com among other places), Galliani has stated that players from Argentina and Brazil "play too many games" and the Milan is rethinking their strategy of signing players from those countries. He also stated that he expects Francesco Coco to be back with the rossoneri in June.
 

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He supposedly said this a few months ago already, but it would be stupid of Milan to adopt such a policy.
 

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I dont think galliani said that as a way of justifying or hinting that he is going to sell coloccini. its just in general, and from milan's previous south americans you cant help but agree somwhat. chamot, roque junior, dida.... all failures in milan. the exception
 

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But among all those crap players one star has prevailed at Milan: SERGINHO!!
But lets face it, some of the worlds greatest players are from south america and so it would be very stupid not to buy ANY players from south america.
Milan just have to buy the right players from south america instead of trying to buy cheap players.
 

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tha BIG bandit said:
But among all those crap players one star has prevailed at Milan: SERGINHO!!
But lets face it, some of the worlds greatest players are from south america and so it would be very stupid not to buy ANY players from south america.
Milan just have to buy the right players from south america instead of trying to buy cheap players.
I think one sentence sums it up:
Quality not quantity!
 
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