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Kaka: The Brazilian Genius!

Started on 4 July 2014 by TheMS99
Latest Reply on 23 July 2014 by TheMS99
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Kaka: I'm not joining AC Milan

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In a move that will disappoint many a Milan fan, Kaka has announced he will not be joining the Italian club for the 2013-14 season. The Brazilian is said to have been incensed by the way Massimo Allegri treated ex-team mate Clarence Seedorf which resulted in him first leaving the club, and now refusing to move as coach, something that was said to have been the primary reason Kaka was returning. It is still yet to be seen as whether the playmaker will remain as a player or become a coach, but one thing is sure, Massimo Allegri will be angry at having missed out on appeasing the Milan fans. The fans are apparently furious at how easy Juventus won the title last season, and now with the U-turn of Kaka, will he stay at Milan?

(No, I will not be managing AC Milan)
Good luck!
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@AAN: Cheers.

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Scolari leaves Brazil!


Luiz Felipe Scolari has left his role as head coach of Brazil. The ex Portugal and Chelsea boss has been rumoured to have asked for time off following the death of a family member. With the world cup just a year away, people are questioning who should be appointed as the new boss. Rumours have it that Dunga and Mano Menzes may be reappointed, or that Tite could leave Corinthians. However, reports suggest that possibly younger people may be given the chance such as Ronaldinho Gaucho or Kaka.
Interesting. I believe that it will be kaká! :)) Good Luck!
@Cr7ver: What would make you think that? :)) Haha yeah. Kaka is heading to Brazil.

Kaka Sambas Back To Brazil!

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Kaka has been appointed the new manager of Brazil. The 31 year old recently refused to join AC Milan after treatment of close friend Clarence Seedorf, and when his national team job became available, following the resignation of Luiz Felipe Scolari, he applied without hope. "I didn't think they'd offer me the job." He tell Sao Paulo radio. "Tite was doing a fine job with Corinthians I thought he would get the job. Or maybe they'd reappoint Dunga." The new boss's first game is against Germany on the 14th of August, and that is followed by Japan and Mali on the 6th and 10th of September. Rumours have it that Kaka has been heading to Ukraine to take a peek on players like Douglas Costa and Bernard, but he has also been spotted in Madrid. He was possibly there to convince Diego Costa to play with Brazil. The striker is reportedly a big part of Kaka's plan, as is "the new Kaka" Neymar.
:))
Good luck at Brazil mate!
@Cr7ver: Cheers mate. Here goes nothing.

Brazilian goal glut as Brazil win!

Brazil kicked off the reign of Kaka in great style winning two of their three games.

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Germany opened the scoring almost instantly, scoring in the opening minute. Diego Costa, who was convinced by Kaka to play for Brazil, scored an equalizer in the opening minutes of the second half, but a 90+3 minute goal for Bastian Schweinsteiger settled the game, and ended the game with a defeat.

Japan was next and they proved a stern test. Diego Costa and the returning Oscar scored to make it 2 before half time. Kagawa equalized after the break but Diego Costa proved he can play for Brazil, getting two more goals, to make a hat trick, and his fourth goal in two games for Brazil.

Mali put pressure on Brazil and lead through Dramanae Traore's 27th minute strike. But Man of the match Dani Alves eqaulized before Oscar made it 2-1 before half time. Bernard's first international strike ended the match with a Brazilian win.

Man of the Moment:
Diego Costa: Despite a less than stellar game against the Malian's, three against Japan and a good goal against the German's mean that Kaka has called him "The man of the moment" and hopes that he will be ready and fit for the friendly next March against Ireland.
Kaka to Heerenveen?

Reports are circulating that Kaka has applied to the Heerenveen job in Holland following the sacking of dutch legend Marco Van Basten. Heerenveen are unlikely to appoint Kaka however, as the Brazilian is a new manager to the football scene. The dutch club currently sit 13th in the Eredivisie.
Dinamo Moscow appoint Samba king!

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Kaka has found himself a club job in the form of Russian outfit Dinamo Moscow. The Brazilian football legend had been rejected by both Heerenveen and Liverpool before joining the Capital based side. "It is a fantastic oppurtunity." Kaka told Sao Paulo ahead of his flight to Russia. "I look forward to building up a good defensive unit as was the board instructions, and then winning the world cup with my home country, the mighty Brazil."
Good choice of club! I advise you to download a logo pack from the site, it'll make the screenshots more interesting ;)
Good start, I'll folow your story!...Good luck at Moscow, but my favorite is still Spartak :P
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@ASR-PSV: Dinamo are awesome! YAY!
@Iditaa: Dinamo will thrash your precious Spartak ;) :P

Dinamo win for first time under Kaka!

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Dinamo Moscow boss Kaka gained his first win as manager with an impressive 3-1 win. Volga went behind as early as the 9th minute when Pareiko chucked the ball at Kevin Kuranyi who fired Moscow ahead. George Florescu made it 2 twenty minutes later to consign Volga to another defeat and to give Dinamo a first win in 6. Shota Bibilov got one back for Volga but Christian Noboa put the game beyond doubt 2 minutes from time. "A great start for the team. It will give the players a really big boost ahead of Wednesday's game with Zenit, so fingers crossed we can get a good result." Kaka told Moscow Radio. And with Zenit wanting to cut a four point gap at the top, Dinamo will have to be on their best form.
Decent win in your first match!
Good win for your first game!
nice start mate!

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