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A disgruntled AC Milan fan attempted to eBay the team's Brazilian goalkeeper following the poor bloke's series of blunders which saw Manchester United celebrate a 3-2 win in the first leg of the Champions League semis, Reuters reports.

Thirty-three-year-old netminder Dida has been taking a bit of stick of late over a "series of errors", not least his performance last week during which he "left his near post exposed" allowing Wayne Rooney to slot in an injury-time winner.

Users of the world's favourite tat bazaar seem to agree with the prevailing opinion of Dida's form. The bidding had reached just €71 before eBay blew the final whistle on the auction earlier today. ®

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