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It is not just the fans. Boateng appreciates the sentiment now, saying it lifts a weight off; back then, he missed it. Who drives around Loughton in a Lamborghini? I grew up. But footballers have to play and opportunities remained limited until Dortmund took Boateng on loan for six months in January , the eve of their explosion.

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He knows when to push you and when to comfort you. He knows when you need a drink, when you need water. There were players at Dortmund who played five minutes in six months but they were happy: happy to come to training, happy to work, because he made you feel important. He knows how to grab people. Moments, chance, decisions; they can change a career, a life. Portsmouth came, with their invisible owner and impending crisis: a backwards step but a necessary one.

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Just give me the ball, let me play. It was crazy, beautiful. I loved playing there. It is said without bitterness; that is just how it is. He was in demand again, a star. Even Mandela wanted him, he discovered. Mandela was in prison for 27 years just because he stood up for his rights and he sits there and has no anger inside. He makes you feel calm. He was shining.

Luckily he broke the ice, because you just stand there. I was kind of like a star.

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Soon after the World Cup, Boateng was on holiday when his agent phoned. He thought a deal had been done with Genoa — it had — but his agent asked if he fancied Milan. Next morning, he calls at eight. I was still tired.

I signed the day after Ibrahimovic; Robinho signed too. My first day, I was there early doing the tests and saw the names. Zlatan was the most imposing. But off it, the funniest guy ever. I [built] this big wall. Help them? Give them a smile? Speaking of smiles, Boateng rates Ronaldinho highest of all, his tone hushed.


No facade here. Laughing, smiling, all the time. Never, never, never serious. He just wants the ball.

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Give him it. And by then he had nothing to prove. It was no surprise to Boateng that Milan won the league; the surprise was that he was in the team that did it. I started on the bench but fought my way in. Talent, technique — everybody there has that. Maybe the only one with less technique was Gattuso, but he ran minutes like a psycho.

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I had to bring something different so I brought fighting spirit. We had a special relationship, a bond. My best seasons were at Milan — and he was the one who pushed me. And he knows football; he won 30 titles. You read stories about him: he did this, he did that. But when you meet him, he shines. Six years from that Scudetto, his only major title, Boateng headed for Spain on a free. That matters. It seems he has mellowed — seeking sporting opportunity, sure, but life too. No plans to return to England, either. We have an incredible team, so much talent. Subjects Du Cann, Charlotte, -- Travel.

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