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DIDA

(organic chemistry)
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Kaka had been quiet but came to life at the beginning of the second half zipping a shot just wide and then forcing a save from Dida who was desperate to atone for his gaffe.
From left, John Lyle of Derwentside Engineering Forum, Martin Bell of Derwentside Business Network and Steve Armstrong of DIDA.
SNOUT WRONG: Cute Dida is on the mend; PLAYFUL: She gives keeper a hug; PALS: With new friend Shimba; FEED ME: Begging volunteer for milk Pictures: THE DAVID SHELDRICK WILDLIFE TRUST
Stunned Milan have pledged to appeal against the punishment, which as it stands means Dida will miss the club's Champions League games against Shakhtar Donetsk.
But Celtic's Poland keeper Boruc believes that Dida should bear the brunt of UEFA's wrath and not the Scottish champions, despite the stupidity of one fan.
AC MILAN playmaker Kaka has pledged to support under-fire goalkeeper Dida despite admitting that his Brazilian countryman was "wrong" to react the way he did after being struck by a Celtic fan.
Of course, Dida isn't the first Brazilian to roll around after the merest of contacts - even the women were at it during the recent World Cup - and he won't be the last.
But with seconds remaining, McDonald pounced when Milan keeper Dida parried a Gary Caldwell drive and the three points were secure.
CELTIC face a UEFA probe into an incident in which a Celtic fan appeared to strike AC Milan goalkeeper Dida during celebrations at their late winner in the Champions League clash at Parkhead.
Dida, Angel Reyna and Israel Martinez scored goals as San Luis (2-3-4) pulled off a 3-1 upset at Guadalajara (3-3-3).
However, he admitted it was a bitter-sweet way to advance after German referee Markus Merk called a halt to proceedings with 19 minutes to go at the San Siro as flares rained down from the stand containing Inter's fans, one of which struck AC Milan goalkeeper Dida on the head.
Derwentside Enterprise Agency was formed by merging enterprise agency Dida, Derwentside Engineering Forum and Derwentside Business Network.