February 12, 2014
Brazil has a friendly match planned against South Africa on March 5, which is scheduled to be a friendly encounter that will act as a preparation for the upcoming World Cup and the coach Luiz Felipe Scolari announced the players that will be travelling with him to the friendly match but there was no place for Ac.Milan’s Kaka.
There were some rather surprising additions including Rafinha from Bayern Munich and Fernandinho from Manchester City.
Ricardo Kaka made his return to Ac.Milan in 2013 and started showing flashes of brilliance, short displays of the player he used to be when he won the Ballon d’Or back in 2007. His revival has been slowing down as Ac.Milan seems to be relying on the Brazilian player just too much and at his 31 years of age, it might be just too much for the former Real Madrid performer to handle.
Ac.Milan continues on dropping points and making mediocre performances in Serie A as they are on the middle section of the Italian league standings. According to Seedorf, the players just need more time to adapt to his playing style.
Kaka stated that Ac.Milan is focusing mostly on the Champions League with their encounter against Atletico Madrid just around the block.
We have a 50 per cent chance of progressing against Atlético Madrid, we start from here’’.
“This team has a different motivation when there are big games, and we hope to move forward. Let’s start from 0-0, we know where we need to improve, whilst Atlético Madrid are doing very well. I have seen how Simeone works, but we should find motivation to keep going in the Champions League this season.” Kaka stated.
Fifa 09 – Brazil Samba Football (Part 2/2)
December 7, 2011
Kaka Video Ranking: four / 5
adidas +10 Brazil vs. Argentina
September 13, 2011
Kaka Video clip Rating: four / 5