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Ex Italy star Di Gennaro predicts Kevin Boateng rediscovery

Posted On Sunday, 2nd December 2012

Di Gennaro believes Kevin-Prince Boateng has started rediscovering his form

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson

Former Italy international Antonio Di Gennaro believes Kevin-Prince Boateng is on track to regaining his lost form after his impressive performance for AC Milan in last Friday’s 3-1 win over Catania.

The 25-year-old scored on the 56th minute mark, three minutes after Stephan El Shaarawy had cancelled out Nicol Legrottaglie opener for Catania.

El Shaarawy picked out Boateng at the edge of the area who skipped a man before sending powerful volley home from 25 yards to put the Rossoneris 2-1 ahead.

Despite seeing red at the death, Di Gennaro who made 15 appearances for Italy believes Boateng’s signture strike is enough evidence that he is rediscovering his good old form.

“Great goal from Boateng and this could serve as a catalyst,” he told Milannews.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. tank God we are nt zambians says:

    yeah ryt he has rediscover his form wit a red afta he scored a goal! dat guy is jux a tampon

  2. Wunam says:

    Tank God we aren’t zanbians is a tampon urself.if don’t lik him wats ur problem?fool u are bcos he’s more dan u a dog squarting somewhere.a goat fucked ur mum n it conceiv 4 u fool..

  3. Ded Boi says:

    all i know is that GHANA is better than zambia in everything including football. what has zambia done 2 lift Africa,s name in front of the world audience?
    By the time GHANA finish with zambia they will see that they are too small for THE LAND OF GOLD





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