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KAKA COMMENDS FANS ON THEIR VICTORY

Former Brazilian superstar Kaka has publicly spoken of how proud he is of football fans and how highly impressed they have made him feel in the last two days that saw a large number of them storm Chelsea and Liverpool grounds in large protests. Fans of the Chelsea football club found their way to Stamford Bridge to make their intentions known about how much they were against the establishment of the European Super League.

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The fans were there in large numbers with several visible objects that they used to pass their messages and heart intentions across to the club owners. Liverpool fans were no different. They were also present at Anfield as they played their part in ensuring that they stopped the move that the league’s biggest clubs already decided to start.
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REAL MADRID LAUNCH BID FOR SPANISH U21 STAR

Real Madridhave reportedly launched a transfer bid worth €40 million for Dinamo Zagreb ace DaniOlmo.

 

The midfielder impressed in the European u21 tournament where he was named man of the match in the final match between Spain and Germany.
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BRAZIL LEGEND REVEALS HIS LOVE FOR PAQUETA

AC Milan have recently picked up form in the Italian Serie A as a result of two excellent signings in the January transfer window. Kryzst of Piatek arrived from Genoa with a glowing reputation and has been banging goals for the club.

Lucas Paqueta arrival from Flamengo went under the radar but the Brazillian has been sensational in his time at the club. His cultured style and combination play with Piatek have seen glowing plaudits for the youngster.
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KAKA CAME CLOSE TO LIGA MX MOVE

Brazil and AC Milan legend Kaká came so close to strutting his stuff in Central America and has revealed how close he came to ending his career in Mexico.

The former attacking midfielder spent seven years at San Siro over two spells before spending his final three seasons with Orlando City.
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Kaka To Work For AC Milan As A Scout

AC Milan by Serie A gave Kaka, the former Brazilian star and winner of 2007 Ballon d’Or an assignment to scout the team he played with for 6 seasons. This was mainly to get Lucas Paqueta from Flamengo in Brazil to San Siro. Before a week ago, the sporting director of the team Leonardo Araujo gave a confirmation that Kaka will resume work for AC Milan. Araujo said Kaka would be with them as the bonding is still there. Although there is no specific role, however Kaka would be with the team as he is associated to the history of AC Milan. Kaka has well managed his career so far and also capable of representing the club and its style as per Leonardo.

The 21 year old became a part of AC Milan in 2003 from Sao Paulo. Thereafter he was at the peak of career when he helped the club to get one Serie A Champion, one FIFA Club World Cup, one UEFA Champions League, and one Supercoppa Italiana title.
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THE JAMES RODRIGUEZ DEAL

German side Bayern Munich shocked many when they quietly completed the loan deal for Real Madrid playmaker James Rodriguez.


There were rumours that the Columbian could exit the Santiago Bernabeu soon but many likely never expected it to happen this way.

Manchester United were rumoured to be involved at some point as well as other top contenders in European football. The 2014 World Cup star was believed would cost more but Zinedine Zidane opted to release him on a two year deal with an option to buy for an almost below market valuation – very unlike Madrid!

The deal had the potential to be the stealth move of the summer. The player is set to prove himself at the Allianz Arena when the football season resumes. After being signed at the back of major tournament, there were expectations. While Rodriguez is a decent player and one of the biggest names in football, the team was a wrong fit. Continue Reading

KAKA GIVES NEYMAR ADVICE

Brazil football legend Kaka has dropped words of advice for his compatriot Neymar regarding his desire to be the world’s best player.


The MLS star says that Neymar should think about a change in his name if he wants the honour.

Neymar has revived his career in the last games after a goal-drought that saw him descend to levels unlike the previous seasons since his move to Camp Nou. He was spectacular in the 6-1 magic Barcelona pulled to restore their Champons League hopes after an earlier 4-0 mauling by French side PSG.

Neyamr, 25, netted two crucial late goals that turned the table around for the Catalan club. He scored his 14th striker in the game but he would be adjudged far from being the best player in the world.

Kaka thinks Neymar can be the best in the world but he advised, jokingly, that the player change his name to “Reymar.” Kaka explained that the rationale behind the advice was that all the successful football stars from Brazil have names that begin with “R.” Continue Reading

Kaka on Jesus Christ

Kaka was recently present in a certificate distribution ceremony of a college in the USA where he spoke about his belief in Jesus Christ.


As per Kaka, both his mom and dad considered themselves the children of Jesus and they reckoned that Jesus is behind anything and everything that’s happening around them and in this whole world in general.

And because they imparted those thoughts in him through his childhood and teenage, he also developed that belief in Jesus and that’s why whenever he does something good in his life, he wants to be thankful to Jesus.

As per Kaka, his gestures upwards after his glorious moments on the pitch are also just for showing that thankfulness to the almighty.

In the words of Kaka, “Those who stay around me say I never keep Jesus out of anything. Well I can’t because Jesus is my life. When I find the net and wave upwards, I don’t mean to suggest that Jesus found the net for me. Of course, I did it myself, but, I did it because Jesus blessed me with the potential to do it.” Continue Reading

Injuries are taking a toll on Ricardo Kaka

Ricardo Kaka is part of a small group of players that has received the Ballon d’Or award and the performer that does get this recognition basically means that for a specific period of time, that player was the best in the world.


For Kaka, this period of time was back in 2007 as the Brazilian was hands down the most dominating player in the world of football and he was one of the main reasons of why Ac.Milan lifted major pieces of silverware during the years of 2006 and 2007.

When the Brazilian player left Ac.Milan on June of 2009, he joined Real Madrid where his career took a downhill road as he was being overshadowed by other players and even though his price tag was €68.5 million, Kaka was not the main focus of the Spanish club as there were other players who took center stage and something else that affected his playing time was injuries as the Brazilian player had to stay on the sidelines for a significantly long period of time on the bench due to injuries.

The 2007 Ballon d’Or winner is now performing for the MLS side Orlando City and injuries have once again hampered his playing time as some physical problems have made it impossible for the Brazilian player to perform in a few games for the American club.

Back on July 4 of the ongoing year, Kaka had to be removed from the pitch after sustaining an injury and this injury forced the Brazilian player to stay on the sidelines when his team, Orlando City faced off with Houston Dynamo a few days later.
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Kaka Positive About Orlando’s Turnaround

Kaka being the team captain of Orlando City is confident that they will be able to break out of the slump that has come up in the team’s performance in recent times.


There is a home stretch coming up which will begin this Saturday in Montreal. Once the home stretch is concluded the team will then prepare to proceed to the playoffs. Kaka feels that they should be able to make it to the playoffs. Those who have been worried about Orlando City falls off the edge, it might not be time yet to press the panic button.

There is, however, reason for the fans to be worried. They have not won any of the last six games that they have played. A pivotal moment has come upon them. They are in a position when they will be playing four games out of five games that are scheduled to be played on home ground. Kaka feels that these matches will help to dictate the future of the club. He admits that the period is tough for the club. Continue Reading