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Sabella names squad for the Papal friendly in Rome

Argentina has announced its squad for the friendly with Italy in Rome on August 14th. The match is in honour of Argentine, Pope Francis and consists only of foreign-based players. The only real surprise is perhaps, the inclusion of Ricky Alvarez. Since leaving Velez Sarsfield in 2011 the midfielder hasn’t exactly lit up Serie A but his place in the squad will come as a boost for midfielder ahead of the new season. Jose Basanta’s fine form for Monterrey in Mexico also earns him a recall but the remainder of the squad is as expected. Erik Lamela retains his place among the forwards, in what could be a huge year for the 21-year-old.

Goalkeepers: Oscar Ustari (Almería), Sergio Romero (Sampdoria), Mariano Andujar (Catania)

Defenders: Hugo Campagnaro (Inter), Federico Fernandez (Napoli), Ezequiel Garay (Benfica), Marcos Rojo (Sporting Lisbon), Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City), Fabricio Coloccini (Newcastle), Cristian Ansaldi (Rubin Kazan), José Basanta (Monterrey)

Midfielders: Javier Mascherano (Barcelona), Angel Di María (Real Madrid), Ever Banega (Valencia), Augusto Fernandez (Celta Vigo), Ricardo Alvarez (Inter), Lucas Biglia (Lazio)

Forwards: Lionel Messi (Barcelona), Rodrigo Palacio (Inter), Gonzalo Higuain (Napoli), Ezequiel Lavezzi (PSG), Erik Lamela (Roma)
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Copa Libertadores 2013: Comeback king Ronaldinho leads Galo to first title

When Ronaldinho, overweight and under-motivated, left Flamengo amidst a cloud of discontent and controversy, it looked as if his career was spirally towards an ignominious end. Just over a year later, he’s back at the summit, the tale of redemption complete.

The twice World Footballer of the Year now joins the exclusive group of players to have won the World Cup, Champions League and Copa Libertadores after his Atlético Mineiro side overturned a two goal deficit to beat Olimpia of Paraguay on penalties – the first major continental triumph in the club’s history.

In many ways Ronaldinho’s comeback poetically mirrors, even embodies, the manner in which Atlético won their maiden title. An insipid first leg performance in Asunción was punished by goals from Alejandro Silva and Wilson Pittoni and the advantage swung firmly in favour of the side known as the ‘King of Cups’.

Nevertheless, in their trademark attacking style and roared on by a boisterous 60,000 strong home crowd, Galo levelled the tie thanks to Jô’s instinctive strike and Leonardo Silva’s looping header, taking the game to penalties. And just as they had in their carbon copy semi-final against Newell’s, Atlético kept their cool in the shoot-out to emerge victorious, sending the Galocura into raptures. The phoenix, or rather rooster, had risen from the flames.

Aside from the pertinent example of Ronaldinho, revival was apt motif for a number of the squad and indeed the club itself. Former Manchester City and Everton striker Jô, much maligned during his unsuccessful spell in England, finished the tournament as top scorer with seven and earned a recall to the national squad. Diego Tardelli too failed to make the grade in Europe but had a fine campaign, chipping in with six goals, while manager Cuca was able to finally shake off his ‘unlucky’ tag. For the large, loud but long suffering fanbase, the endearing triumph of this band of misfits seemed somewhat fitting.

That’s not to say Atlético didn’t benefit from some good fortune along the way. The red card for Sao Paulo’s Lucio tipped the balance at a crucial moment in the round of 16 and they were an injury-time spot kick away from elimination in the quarter-finals against Xolos de Tijuana until Duvier Riascos saw his penalty saved by Victor. A floodlight failure in the semi second leg – a dose of jeitinho, divine or otherwise – allowed Cuca’s men to regroup and rethink before substitute Guilherme struck the late equaliser.
Big moments went Galo’s way in the final too. With the benefit of hindsight it’s arguable to say that Freddy Bareiro’s guilt edge miss in the first leg would have given Atlético too much of a mountain to climb, while two costly slips in the return tie also proved decisive. Had Pittoni not lost his footing in the build-up to Jô’s opener or Juan Ferreyra not fallen when faced with an open goal Olimpia could well have secured their fourth title. Atlético certainly rode their luck at time but, as the old adage goes, fortune favoured the brave.

Having said that, Atlético were indeed worthy winners. Following on from 2nd place in last year’s Brasileirão, they began in barnstorming fashion and were the only side to a 100% record after five games. Free-flowing, attack-minded football yielded 29 goals in the 14 games as the trio of Bernard, Tardelli and Jo ran amok up front, given the platform to flourish by pugnacious midfield duo of Pierre (described by James Young as the “smallest, skinniest really hard bloke since Begbie”) and former Wolfsburg man Josue. Penalty hero Victor, captain Rever and right back Marcos Rocha all made telling contributions throughout.

But it was Ronaldinho at the heart of it all. Gone is the pace of yesteryear but the imagination, outstanding vision and ability to execute what others haven’t even seen still remain. Ronaldinho reborn was the footballing incarnation of the old malandro spirit, the flawed genius they all looked to for that game-changing moment of brilliance. But with the swagger and toothy smile, came end product too: four goals and eight assists a testament to his importance. Although he didn’t sparkle during either leg of the final, Ronaldinho was able to repay the faith shown in him by the club that rescued him from his darkest moment.

At the final whistle, among all the wild celebration, came Ronaldinho’s rebuttal to those who had dared to question him: “Everyone said that I was finished and that my time was over. Let them talk now…”

If Atlético’s victory managed to represent a redemptive story of victory against the odds, in the context of the tournament beaten finalists Olimpia should really been hailed as the true underdog. The least fancied of the three Paraguayan sides in the tournament, the fact that they were a penalty shootout away from victory is remarkable when you consider the financial disparity compared to their Brazilian counterparts. Throw in the sale of star midfielder Richard Ortiz to Toluca prior to the semi-finals and el Decano can justifiably consider themselves unlucky not to have capitalised on their two goal first leg lead.

Under the guidance of Ever Hugo Almeida – himself vying to become only the seventh player to win the tournament both as a coach and player – Olimpia topped a difficult group containing semi-finalists Newell’s and heavyweights Universidad de Chile, before seeing off Tigre, Brazilian champions Fluminense and impressive Colombian outfit Santa Fe en route to the final. Stand out players included goalkeeper Martin Silva and his full back namesake Alejandro, both of whom strengthening their case for a regular place in the Uruguay squad, while the lion share of the goals were shared between Bareiro, Ferreyra and Juan Manuel Salgueiro.

The theme of the underdog was a constant thread running through the narrative of this year’s Libertadores. Big sides, such as last year’s winners Corinthians, fell early while the likes of Xolos de Tijuana and Real Garcilaso had fairytale debuts, reaching the quarter-finals. Particularly impressive when you consider that both sides have only came into existence within the last six years!

In what was an eventful and unpredictable tournament even by Libertadores standards, Atlético Mineiro repeated what Corinthians managed to do twelve months ago by winning the continent’s premier competition for the first time. While the talismanic idol of last year’s final, one Juan Roman Riquelme, had to settle for an almost fittingly quixotic ending, it was an altogether happier finale for Ronaldinho and o Galo.

With mission complete, what next for the buck-toothed wizard? A recall in time for the World Cup perhaps? It might seem unlikely but, as the Libertadores proved, write Ronnie off at your peril.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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31. juli 2013 19:52
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læg i øvrigt mærke til uploaderen :-)


Lige præcis, han er en populær herre på de kanter:-)

Og det bliver helt sikkert en intressant sæson i den Argentinske Primera Apertura. Viggo, Paven og San Lorenzo De Almagro, er der kæmpe forventninger til. El Ciclon sluttede rigtig godt af i Clausuraen 2013, og det skulle ikke undre mig hvis de fortsætter den gode stime i den nye sæson. Ærgeligt at der ikke er flere danskere der følger Sydamerikansk fodbold. Der er mange der er blevet hjernevasket til kun at følge Dansk Fodbold, Premier League, La Liga, o.s.v.

Det ville være lækkert hvis flere ville følge Sydamerikansk fodbold. Selv nogle af de Sydamerikanere jeg møder, følger ikke Sydamerikansk fodbold. Jeg mødte en argentiner der kom til Danmark fra Argentina da han var 13 år. Jeg havde min San Lorenzo trøje på og spurgte ham hvilken argentinsk klub trøjen er. Han svarede Velez Sarsfield !!! Jeg synes virkelig det var syndt for ham. Men heldigvis så er der stadigvæk mange der følger det mest passionerede fodbold-kontinent i verden. Gudskelov for det. Det ville være syndt hvis alle bare fulgte strømmen og blev hjernevasket af medierne. Folk skal fandme tør at være lidt anderledes:-)
S.S.C. Napoli
San Lorenzo De Almagro
F.C. København

https://youtu.be/sgDABBtm1TQ

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The ultimate cult hero: Fio Maravilha

The scene is the Maracanã stadium, Brazil, 15 January 1972. Benfica are in town for the Rio de Janeiro International Summer Tournament. Flamengo are their opponents in front of a crowd of 44,280 spectators.

With the match still tight and goalless in the second half, the Flamengo fans begin to chant en masse for the introduction of the popular Fio. Coach Mário Zagallo cedes to their demands and throws him on in place of Arilson.
In the 33rd minute of the second half, Fio takes control of the ball and beats both centre backs before rounding the keeper and netting the winner.
A great goal. A nice story. But it doesn’t end there.

Sadly there is no TV footage of the game, but it just so happened that noted Brazilian musician Jorge Ben Jor (known then simply as Jorge Ben) was in the crowd that day and was inspired to immortalise Fio’s wondergoal in song.
The singer’s hit single Fio Maravilha, released in 1972, describes the ‘heavenly’ goal in detail and claims that Fio only refrained from dribbling the ball all the way into the net because of his humility.

Following the release of the song, Fio – real name João Batista de Sales – came to be known as Fio Maravilha.

Fio, a hardworking and cheerful character, was already something of a cult hero prior to scoring that goal, but with Jorge Ben Jor still playing the song decades later, long after Fio Maravilha had hung up his boots to become a pizza delivery man, his place in football folklore is undisputed.

João Batista was brought to Flamengo as a 15-year-old by his brother Germano, a midfielder who also represented AC Milan and Palmeiras, in 1960. His nickname Fio came about due to the shouts of encouragement from his mother for her filho (son) during training sessions.

He eventually became a feature of the first team at Flamengo in 1969 but was not considered the most talented of players; indeed, the three words a Brazilian paper chose to describe him in 1970 were ‘ugly, toothy and gangly’. Despite being renowned as a brave and opportunistic forward, he soon garnered a reputation for squandering easy chances. Nevertheless, his charisma, dedication and work rate won over the fans.

Fio Maravilha left Flamengo the year after scoring the goal that wrote his name in sporting and musical history, having played 281 games and scored 77 goals. He went on to turn out for various other Brazilian clubs before heading to the USA in the 80s, where he played for New York Eagles, Monte Belo Panthers and San Francisco Mercury.

He was disappointed with the quality of football in the US and the lack of enthusiasm for it, despite assurances to the contrary prior to his move, but he enjoyed life in San Francisco and remained there delivering pizzas when he retired. Still in the city, he now coaches youth soccer.

Fio Maravilha looks fondly upon Jorge Ben Jor’s song nowadays but there was a time when it caused some apparent friction. Fio’s legal advisers challenged Jorge Ben Jor’s right to use his name and, although the latter won in court, he nonetheless changed the name of the song to Filho Maravilha in 1975. Some 22 years later Fio, in an interview for a Brazilian TV programme, encouraged the singer to return to the original lyrics and name, and Jorge Ben Jor seemed happy to do so. Fio has distanced himself from the legal proceedings, claiming it was a misunderstanding and that the issue was on the part of his lawyers. He has stated that he never had any problem with the singer, and, via TV, both men have exchanged compliments.

Smiles all round then, the dispute is in the past, and all that remains are memories and music.

So that’s the story of Fio Maravilha, the ultimate cult hero?

Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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31. juli 2013 19:54
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Det er vel tid til lidt Abreu mål :-)

http://www.youtube.com/w…3-zlMt6HJoQ

http://www.youtube.com/w…iVtpksKfcNQ

http://www.youtube.com/w…cRJtwuFkWS8

http://www.youtube.com/w…D5PUD3mvcWY

http://www.youtube.com/w…dYQ-l_lOw1s
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TR1986
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31. juli 2013 20:02
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Abreu !!!

Det er kun Maradona der er større:-)
S.S.C. Napoli
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31. juli 2013 20:19
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ja lidt trist med den argentiner....men de gør sig jo også i tennis, basket og rugby nu om stunder...men fedt du farer rundt ui dit san lorenzo outfit....
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Så det med at krydse af i kalenderen...

Torneo Inicial 2013: fixtures released

In previous years, I’ve copied out the whole thing. I won’t do that here, but I will put up the first weekend fixtures below the line, as well as a rundown of which rounds all the clásicos take place in. You can see the list for the whole championship here.

http://www.afa.org.ar/in…s&Itemid=78

The opening weekend will be the first one of August, and will feature the following clashes:

Club Atlético Boca Juniors v Club Atlético Newell’s Old Boys*
Club Atlético Rosario Central v Quilmes Atlético Club
Club Deportivo Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba v Asociación Atlético Argentinos Juniors
Club Atlético Colón v Racing Club
Club de Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata v Club Atlético River Plate
Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro v Club Olimpo
Club Atlético Tigre v Club Atlético Vélez Sarsfield
Arsenal Fútbol Club v Club Estudiantes de La Plata
Club Atlético All Boys v Asociación Mutual Social y Deportiva Atlético de Rafaela
Club Atlético Lanús v Club Atlético Belgrano


Those clásico dates (all dates unless otherwise stated are for the Sunday of the weekend on which the match will be played, so not necessarily precise) are…

Racing v San Lorenzo in round 2 (a midweek round around Weds the 7th August)

San Lorenzo v River: round 5 (1st September)

Argentinos v All Boys: round 6 (8th September)

Quilmes v Arsenal (well, it’s the closest thing either side has to a clásico in the Primera): round 6 (8th September)

Boca v Racing: round 7 (15th September)

Estudiantes v Gimnasia: round 8 (22nd September)

River v Boca: round 10 (6th October)

Central v Newell’s: round 12 (20th October)

San Lorenzo v Boca: round 14 (3rd November)

Racing v River: round 17 (24th November)

The Torneo Final fixtures, as usual, will be the reverse of those for the Inicial – so round one of the Final will be as above but with sides playing in the stadium of the team who start the Inicial away.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Viola llega el viernes a Bs. As.

BUENOS AIRES -- Valentín Viola, actualmente en Sporting de Lisboa de Portugal, explicó que tiene pasaje para llegar el viernes a Buenos Aires y pese a que aún no le confirmaron su incorporación a Racing Club, confía en que se pueda resolver próximamente porque "las diferencias son muy chiquitas".

"Todavía no está la certeza y no me confirmaron nada. Igualmente yo tengo pasaje para llegar el viernes a Buenos Aires y confío en que se pueda resolver rápidamente", declaró Viola.

"Es que la diferencia en lo económico es muy chiquita", agregó el delantero sobre los detalles de la negociación para definir su vuelta.

Por otra parte, el jugador surgido de la cantera albiceleste comentó que el entrenador de Racing, Luis Zubeldía, fue el que lo llamó para intentar convercerlo de que se sume al plantel a partir de la próxima temporada.

"Luis (Zubeldía) me dijo que encajaba en el planteo de mitad de cancha hacia adelante, que me quería en el equipo y que tengo la suerte de no perder tiempo con la adaptación por haber estado en el club", expresó.

Además, Viola detalló en las diferentes posiciones en las que se puede desempeñar: "Puedo jugar de extremo izquierdo o derecho, y también de centrodelantero".

Por último, el juvenil delantero de 21 años confirmó que se comunicaron con su padre desde la dirigencia de River, pero aclaró sin embargo que su "prioridad" es "Racing".
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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De Paul: "Tenemos una base"

BUENOS AIRES -- Rodrigo De Paul, uno de los futbolistas importantes en el tramo final del equipo del pasado Torneo Final del equipo que dirige Luis Zubeldìa, se refirió a los nuevos refuerzos y dijo que "se adaptaron rápidamente y las expectativas que hay son buenas"

El volante de Racing reconoció el martes que tanto él como el resto del plantel piensan en "sumar" ante Colón de Santa Fe, el próximo sábado desde las 18.10, en lo que será el debut del conjunto de Avellaneda en el torneo Inicial 2013.

"Estamos tranquilos y pensando en el sábado y en sumar", declaró el jugador académico en conferencia de prensa.

Por otro lado, el juvenil atacante habló sobre los nuevos refuerzos, Marcelo Regueiro, Nelson Ibáñez, Gabriel Hauche, Ismael Quilez y Rodrigo Battaglia, y sobre las "expectativas" que genera en los hinchas académicos.

"Los compañeros que llegaron se adaptaron rápidamente y las expectativas que tenemos son buenos. Además conocemos las de la gente y esperemos estar a la altura", puntualizó.

Además, De Paul comparó el actual mercado de pases con otras temporadas en las que el combinado albiceleste contrató una gran cantidad de jugadores.

"Hubo momentos en que Racing se reforzó con muchos jugadores y no fue lo mejor. Ahora, tenemos una base, somos un grupo que nos conocemos y, a pesar que los demás equipos se hayan reforzado bien, pero lo que tenemos a favor en que nos conocemos", analizó.

En otro orden, el juvenil atacante, hizo mención a su crecimiento como jugador desde su debut hace "seis meses" atrás y a las diferentes posiciones en las que se puede desempeñar dentro del campo de juego.

"Después de seis meses que Luis me hizo debutar, considero que mi posición no sólo es la de enganche sino que además puedo jugar en todo el frente de ataque y por adentro y afuera", sostuvo.

Por último, De Paul habló sobre la posible llegada de Valentín Viola y de otros refuerzos de jerarquía.

"Que haya competencia es lindo y más que sea sana. La llegada de buenos jugadores nos hará potenciar y dar el máximo de cada uno", cerró.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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