Much to your dismay it's Keeper again. I know you probably saying that I'm boring, but who cares. Let's look at the news.
The Big Deal- Your pick, Ronaldinho or Emmanuel Adebayor. If you are in the situation that AC Milan is in who do you pick? The young, big striker or the flashy midfielder that wants to turn his career around? It's a tough choice but AC Milan know there is only one real choice. They know that there is a man that is a game breaker and can score and dribble and make moves with the best of them. Ronaldinho, I don't care if he's fat or out of shape, is still one of the bets players in the world. And at any time he can be the best. So ultimately, will Milan sign him? I don't know. But I would much rather have a proven Brazilian winger than an over-priced Togolese striker.
Something that Interests Me- Romario in the Champions League? Yeah, you read that correctly. Recently retired 1,000 goal-scorer Romario was set to play in the UCL First Qualifying Round with San Marino champions SS Murata. Romario had to turn the opportunity down due to the death of his father. He doesn't want to leave the family in that time of need and I can't blame him. One of his World Cup- winning teammates, Adair, will play for Murata. Adair and Romario have had this dream for awhile. On another note, racing legend Micheal Schumacher turned down a shot to play for FC Echicens in Switzerland.
One More Liverpool Matter- Liverpool are about to sign Palmeiras goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri. The move should see the end of Scott Carson's stay at Liverpool. The Brazilian goalkeeper is one of the best Western keepers and he will back-up Spanish goalkeeper Jose "Pepe" Reina. At one time he almost went to Inter, but Julio Cesar took that spot. I think Diego will be good for Liverpool and I can only hope that he can get aerial balls unlike Reina.
Today's Big Game- Well unless you live in Brazil you have nothing to watch. A couple of Russian games but nothing that we'll get to see here in the States. Sorry for that news. Thanks as always. It's been Keeper and I'm out.