Berlusconi lamenta situação de Pato
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O ex-primeiro-ministro italiano, Silvio Berlusconi, marcou presença, neste sábado, no treino do Milan. Ele, que é dono do time, distribuiu autógrafos aos torcedores um dia antes do clássico contra o Juventus - e falou do brasileiro Alexandre Pato.Sonora 1 - Silvio Berlusconi, ex-primeiro-ministro italiano e dono do Milan:"É um problema, porque esta série de acidentes nos deixou algumas dúvidas, e acho que ele também está questionando se fisicamente está em forma ou não. O que é uma pena. O pato é realmente uma joia para o Milan. Agora temos outro, que tem um nome egípcio, mas não poderia ser mais italiano, e é um jogador completo”.Esta temporada de Pato foi novamente marcada por lesões, que deixaram o atacante no banco várias partidas.--CARNAGO, ITALY, November 24, 2012, SOURCE: AFPTV- VAR Silvio Berlusconi signing autographs and taking pictures with fansSOUNDBITE 1 - Silvio Berlusconi (man), Owner of AC Milan football club (Italian, 3 sec) : [question] "Do you intend to return?"- "We'll see. I'm thinking about it."SOUNDBITE 2 - Silvio Berlusconi (man), Owner of AC Milan football club (Italian,11 sec): "We will see if it is feasible to use my experience in a concrete manner, seeing as I think I understand better than anyone what has been done and what must be done in Italy."SOUNDBITE 3 - Silvio Berlusconi (man), Owner of AC Milan football club (Italian, 11 sec): [question] "Balotelli/Pato, would you make that exchange?" - "I don't like exchanges, where objects...no. I wanted to make a joke, but I can't tell you it!"
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