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Topic - Kaka
The 32-year-old player is expected to return on loan to his first club, Sao Paulo, before joining Orlando City SC in January 2015 for its first MLS season.
Hundreds of APOEL fans staged a peaceful protest outside the Cyprus Football Association's headquarters on Tuesday over the decision to replay the team's match against AEL Limassol that was abandoned on the season's final weekend.
Mario Balotelli scored one goal and Kaka added two as AC Milan comfortably beat relegation-threatened Chievo Verona 3-0 Saturday to give coach Clarence Seedorf consecutive victories for the first time since being hired in January.
Seven-time winner AC Milan is in the unfamiliar position of being the overwhelming underdog when it hosts Atletico Madrid in the first leg of its Champions League last-16 tie on Wednesday.
With nine goals in one week, Bayern Munich dislodged Barcelona from the top position in The Associated Press global soccer rankings.
Meet the king of the sporting Twittersphere: Brazilian soccer star Kaka.
Kaka says he will not be leaving Real Madrid before the close of the summer transfer window even though the Brazilian playmaker is unlikely to be a regular starter for coach Jose Mourinho.
Mario Balotelli scored one goal and Kaka added two as AC Milan comfortably beat relegation-threatened Chievo Verona 3-0 to give coach Clarence Seedorf consecutive victories for the first time since being hired in January.
"I'm happy here and hope to stay," said Kaka, who rejoined Milan from Real Madrid in September.