Gattuso argue with referee Massimo De Santis after getting a red card during his serie A football match against Juventus, 12 March 2006 at Delle Alpi stadium in Turin. AFP PHOTO GIUSEPPE CACACE (Photo credit should read GIUSEPPE CACACE/AFP/Getty Images)

The Etiquette of Commenting is not a place for insults, personal debates and personal chats!

We’ve been receiving complains on how the comments section on the site has been going on and it’s time for a change, but in order for this change to work, we need you to accept our new rules and behave.

Here are some ground rules you must follow if you are to comment on

  1. You cannot use any word you’d like: keep the abusive language to yourself!
  2. You cannot tell someone “go away” or “you know nothing”, moreover, personal attacks are not welcome and if a user does such things regularly he will be banned from the site, you cannot ask to ban someone either.
  3. It’s okay to criticize Milan, coach or players, or any other football team for that matter, but you must use clean language to express your thoughts and avoid ‘bad words’ and certain language. Same goes for people.
  4. It’s okay to criticize the work of an author but saying things like “He doesn’t know anything” are not to be used if you want to post your comments on Rossoneri

We keep the right to ourselves to moderate your comments, delete them and sometimes even change them. Rossoneri Blog encourages debates about Milan, but under certain rules. If someone ignores our rules, his comment will be deleted, and if such thing happens repeatedly, he will be banned from this site.

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