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Furious Milan fans stage Kaká protest

Saturday, January 17, 2009

A group of about 70 furious fans gathered outside AC Milan's headquarters in Via Turati on Friday evening to protest against a potential Kaká sale to Manchester City.

They were shouting "Don't sell Kaká! Don't sell Kaká!" and displaying banners, including one that reads: "Kaká is untouchable. He has been declared a national treasure."

A firecracker thrown by some fans exploded near a garage just before Milan vice president Adriano Galliani drove away.

The supporters are furious the club are contemplating selling hero Kaká to Eastlands amid reports of an increased £108 million bid.

Fan polls in Milan are running at more than 80% against the move, whilst more vocal fans have indicated they will protest the club if Kaká is allowed to leave.

One fans’ website called for them to 'rise up against the possible transfer of Kaká.'

It added: "In the name of all fans please sign this petition urging that he not be sold.

"The Rossoneri supporters are insulted and amazed Milan would even consider selling Kaká when our president has always said we are a club different from others because we don’t sell our stars."

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