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Pellegrino: "La caída más dolorosa"

BUENOS AIRES -- El entrenador de Estudiantes de La Plata, Mauricio Pellegrino, reconoció este viernes que sufrió "la derrota más dolorosa" desde su llegada al club, tras perder 1-0 con Argentinos Juniors, por la décimo segunda fecha del torneo Inicial.

"Es la derrota más dolorosa desde que estoy en Estudiantes. Fue muy dura, regalamos un tiempo", admitió al término del partido en La Paternal.

Luego Pellegrino subrayó: "Me voy preocupado por lo anímico y lo futbolístico. Me preocupa mucho lo mal que jugamos el primer tiempo por la falta de actitud".

"En el segundo tiempo cambiamos solamente eso y en 15 minutos creamos dos situaciones de gol", agregó.

Con esta caída, Estudiantes hace 8 fechas que no gana de visitante. La última vez lo hizo frente a Atlético Rafaela (2-0), por la décimo cuarta fecha del torneo Final 2013.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Merlo: "Me tengo mucha fe"

BUENOS AIRES -- El entrenador del Racing Club, Reinaldo Merlo, resaltó este viernes que la pelota "ya va a entrar" y se tiene "mucha fe" para solucionar los problemas que afectan al equipo y lo depositan en el fondo de la tabla de posiciones del Torneo Inicial.

"Lo importante es crear las situaciones. Ya va a entrar, quedate tranquilo, me tengo mucha fe", subrayó Merlo ante la consulta de un periodista durante la conferencia que se realizó en el Cilindro de Avellaneda, tras la puesta en marcha del tercer ciclo de Mostaza al frente del plantel albiceleste, el que en la ocasión deparó un revés, 1-0 ante Vélez Sarsfield.

"Me gustaron los noventa minutos del equipo, los primeros veinte sobre todo. Hay que mejorar, pero me gustó la actitud y el equipo. Tengo sólo tres días de trabajo acá y jugamos contra uno de los mejores de la Argentina, un equipo que trata bien el balón, que está armado. Me quedo con que el equipo jugó bien, sobre todo los primeros veinte minutos y con que después tuvimos chances para empatar", rescató Merlo, director técnico de un conjunto que se fue del campo de juego reprobado por la parcialidad.

"Hice cuarenta minutos de fútbol, un día de trabajo táctico y hoy jugamos. Asi y todo Vélez, que tiene jugadores de categoría y un entrenador de categoría, en un momento hizo tiempo", puso Merlo en favor de su equipo.

En cuanto a la preparación física del plantel académico, Mostaza argumentó que, como están en plena competencia, se ven imposibilitados de desarrollar una pretemporada, por más pequeña que fuera.

"En este momento del campeonato no se puede hacer una pretemporada, pero algunos dias trabajaremos en doble turno. Con trabajo vamos a mejorar, hoy jugamos ante un equipo armado", precisó el conductor.

"El equipo tuvo actitud y tranquilamente pudo haber empatado", insistió el director técnico que se convirtió en el sucesor definitivo de Carlos Ischia, quien por los malos resultados tuvo un paso efímero por Avellaneda.

A la hora de seguir buscando el lado positivo de la noche en el Cilindro, Merlo destacó el recimiento que le tributó el público, el que de ninguna manera se olvida de que durante su primer período al frente del plantel los condujo a la conquista de un título doméstico, el Apertura 2001.

"Fue muy emocionante el recibimiento de la gente, fue muy emocionante, no me lo voy a olvidar nunca. Lástima que no pudimos ganar", admitió el hombre al que el agradecimiento racinguista le erigió una estatua.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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19. okt. 2013 09:48
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Miguel Herrera named El Tri coach

The Mexico Football Federation on Friday officially named Miguel "El Piojo" Herrera to replace Victor Manuel Vucetich as El Tri coach.

"I have achieved the unconditional support from all the club owners to back Miguel Herrera so that he gets us qualified," said federation president Justino Compean Friday. "I am grateful to Club America for loaning us their entire technical staff for this important test. We have 180 minutes left."

Club America coach Herrera becomes Mexico´s fourth coach in three months and is tasked with the immediate challenge of leading El Tri to victory Nov. 13 and 19 at the 2014 World Cup qualifying international playoff vs. New Zealand.

Herrera was named to replace Vucetich, who skippered the squad for two important matches to close out the 2014 CONCACAF qualifier.

"We are in our perfect right to terminate the contract of Mr. Vucetich," Compean said. "We must be clear, we didn´t qualify for the [international] playoff. We were qualified [by the U.S.]."

Mexico got the fourth and final CONCACAF qualifying spot -- and the rights to the playoff berth -- after the United States rallied with two late goals to beat Panama 3-2, thus bumping Panama from that fourth spot. Minutes before, Mexico had lost a 2-1 heartbreaker to Costa Rica.

Vucetich told ESPN.com´s Rene Tovar late Thursday that the director of the national team, Gonzalez Inarritu, informed him he would longer be Mexico´s coach.

"It has been an experience. It was a positive one but not the one I would have liked. It is over just like that. I am arrogant, I am King Midas, not God. This is why we are in this shape," said Vucetich, who is known as "King Midas" after winning 14 of 15 finals he has managed in his career.

The Mexico Soccer Federation´s development committee, which includes eight of the 12 Mexican league club owners, made the decision during an emergency meeting Friday and Herrera will be presented during a formal news conference on Sunday. Herrera will be El Tri´s fourth coach in five matches.

In September during the heat of CONCACAF Hexagonal qualifying, Mexico changed coaches three times in one week. The federation appointed Vucetich after interim coach Luis Fernando Tena skippered a heartbreaking 2-0 loss to the United States. Tena coached just that one match. He had been named to replace beleaguered coach Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre, who was axed after the team´s 2-1 home loss to Honduras.

El Tri has qualified for five straight World Cups, last missing out in 1990, when the team was banned from qualifying for using ineligible players in a junior tournament. The last time Mexico participated in qualifying and did not reach the World Cup was 1982.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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19. okt. 2013 09:52
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El Tri manager is on loan from Club America

It might be the first instance where a tweet may have fired a national team coach. No, it wasn´t anything posted by the coach himself or any of his players. But minutes after the USA completed a last-moment victory over Panama that had the side effect of putting Mexico into a World Cup play-in versus New Zealand, some cheeky employee of U.S. Soccer sent a tweet from the official national team account directly to its Mexican counterpart with the hashtag #yourewelcomeMexico.

That humiliating tweet may have been the death knell for El Tri coach Victor Manuel Vucetich.

On Friday, the Mexican federation made official what had been rumored in the aftermath of Tuesday´s loss to Costa Rica. Vucetich was out as coach, and Club America coach Miguel Herrera was in. The twist to the scenario is that Herrera is expected to remain on at his club until the end of the year, thus serving double duty as national team coach as well. Granted, he only has two matches versus New Zealand to worry about as El Tri coach, but to split his attention between two squads is still a lot to ask of any coach.

Make no mistake about it, either - Herrera is on an exceptionally short leash. Two games is now the norm for Mexico coaching stints.

The implication is strong that if Herrera falls short in these games, and if Mexico loses out on the World Cup, he is out as coach and the way is cleared for a rebuilding cycle under Argentine experienced coach, Marcelo Bielsa.

Some would actually prefer this to the shame of what has befallen the squad. Herrera may represent the final chance given to a domestic coach for some time.

It´s darkly amusing to have the Mexican Football Federation (FMF), who for so long tolerated poor results under Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre, suddenly sputter insistently that results are what determine a coach´s fate.

Vucetich actually accomplished in one try what de la Torre had been unable to manage all year long -- a win in Estadio Azteca. After his firing, Vucetich rightly pointed out that this result had, in fact, helped Mexico reach the playoff, which was the requirement given to him by the FMF at his hiring.

Although the FMF had talked all during the de la Torre era about qualifying como sea, or basically nothing mattered other than making at least the playoff, suddenly FMF president Justino Compean was splitting hairs over what it meant to "make" the playoff.

"We had the right to end the contract," Compean said in the Friday press conference. "Vucetich did not qualify the team for the playoff. We were qualified (by the USA). We needed a draw, and we did not get it against Costa Rica."

Regardless of the passive voice versus the active, the end result was the same. But that wasn´t good enough for the itchy trigger finger the FMF has had since finally firing de la Torre. The weak justification for firing Vucetich makes Compean´s statements of how the FMF supports its coaches downright morbid.

"We support the coach to the death," Compean said. "We supported Vucetich to the last moment, but then he didn’t get the results. At that point, it´s either Mexico, or it´s Vucetich."

Now, of course, the new coach is Herrera. The 45-year-old has coached five Mexican clubs since 2002 and won his only title, the Liga MX Clausura, with Club America earlier this year. Las Aguilas are currently in first place in the league by an impressive margin, though the upcoming playoffs could render that lead moot.

Herrera should probably have been made the coach months ago, but the powerful club was clearly reluctant to lose its leader. Rumors abound that the club blocked his exit and, even now, is forcing Herrera into a time-share agreement that may ultimately doom his national team tenure.

Yon de Luisa, the Operations President of Club America, did nothing to dispel this idea at the conference. "It didn’t enter into our plans," he said when asked how the team felt about giving up their coach for national team duty. "We were focused on continuing our excellent course and seeking to defend our championship."

In fact, De Luisa made the whole weird, coach-sharing arrangement seem as though Club America was doing Mexico a great favor. "We are loaning our technical staff," De Luisa pointed out, referring to the appointment of the team´s administrator, Ricardo Peláez, to the national team alongside Herrera.

That any club has the nerve to deign to "loan" a coach to the national team in the time of its greatest crisis probably reveals, more than anything, the dysfunctional nature of Mexico´s sporting environment. Nothing should be more important than El Tri, but clearly, making Herrera shoulder a double responsibility, in effect coaching Mexico in his spare time as club coach, negates that priority.

Even those calling for Vucetich´s head after the loss to Costa Rica should be wary of any coaching setup where the national team is considered a loan. It´s also hard to trust the FMF when they seem to make decisions based on hurt pride rather than logic and careful planning.

Herrera himself cannot be criticized for failing to refuse this convoluted assignment. He has often stated that coaching El Tri has been his dream for years. It´s not surprising that he agreed to do so, even under these bizarre circumstances.

It´s actually possible that he can pull off the feat of qualifying Mexico and getting Club America to repeat as champions. But no coach should be asked to do so. The national team is important enough that if Herrera is the man for the job, it should be his only task.

His results need to be extraordinary. The time is short.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Racing lose yet again & equal the Primera’s record worst start; Argentinos finally win again

Friday brought three matches to kick off the twelfth round of the 2013 Torneo Inicial, and four goals. The first was in Quilmes, were the hosts were well outplayed by Atlético de Rafaela, but came away with a 1-1 draw thanks to a spectacular shot from Arnaldo González. After the game, Quilmes manager Nélson Vivas (the former defender for Arsenal, of the English Premier League) got into an argument with a fan and, after hitting him a few times, had to be escorted away by police; his future at the club is now in doubt.

Later, Argentinos Juniors ended a run of five games without a win, beating Estudiantes de La Plata 1-0 with an even more spectacular goal from Daniel Villalva.

In the evening’s late kick off, Vélez Sarsfield visited Racing, who were celebrating Reinaldo Merlo’s return to the club for his third spell as manager. Vélez spoiled the party, winning 1-0 thanks to Mauro Zárate’s first half goal.

Quilmes 1-1 Rafaela

Cristian Canhué scored just over half an hour in to give Rafaela a deserved lead at the break in a poor match, and whilst their superiority just about continued in the second half, they had to settle for a draw thanks to González’s fine shot from just outside the penalty box. Vivas’ attack on a fan who’d insulted him after that match, though, was the big talking point afterwards. The manager’s future at the club has been in doubt for a couple of weeks, and there’s a very real chance that he’ll now be fired.

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Argentinos Juniors 1-0 Estudiantes de La Plata

Daniel Villalva’s 30-yard rocket in the 32nd minute separated these sides in a match largely notable for the complete confusion caused by how similar the colours of both teams were.

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Racing Club 0-1 Vélez Sarsfield

Mauro Zárate scored for the third straight game for Vélez, but for a change his side were the victors at the end (in each of the last two weeks, he’s scored early only to see the opposition – first Gimnasia and then Olimpo – come back to win 2-1). Reinaldo Merlo’s return to Racing didn’t bring them luck, as they slumped to their tenth defeat in twelve league games this season. Two points from the opening twelve games is a record low tally previously matched only by Argentino de Quilmes, back in 1939, who went on to finish the season with four points from thirty-four matches.

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

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Nigeria heap more misery on Mexico


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Three-time champions Nigeria left little to doubt when they opened their FIFA U-17 World Cup campaign against twice champions and holders Mexico in Al Ain, winning out by an emphatic 6-1 scoreline. The result piles more unhappiness on the Mexican nation, whose senior team is experiencing a crisis in senior FIFA World Cup qualifying, while Nigeria sit comfy and cozy at the top of Group F.

Nigeria looked nervous early, but the Mexicans were unable to take advantage of their opponents’ trepidation. Striker Ulises Jaimes had a chance to score with his head after only three minutes, but the ball was deflected wide of danger by the scrambling Nigerian defence.

With a half-hour gone, and after a few more Mexican half-chances, the Africans had settled into their rhythm. That was bad news for Mexico. With 33 minutes gone, the speedy Golden Eaglets were through on a counter-attack. Success Isaac, who seven times in the African qualifiers, raced in and rounded the goalkeeper, pulling the ball back across goal. Kelechi Iheanacho followed the play and produced a clever finish, hitting the ball high into the net to get over a pair of Mexican defenders.

Seven minutes later, the No10 – hands-down the best player on the pitch – scored again. The pattern was the same, Isaac crossing from the left after a fast-break and Iheanacho keeping his cool again, cutting inside and showing great patience to drift past two defender and slam into the side netting.

The Nigerians celebrated wildly in front of their large banks of fans, but their enthusiasm got the better of them as they conceded a goal a minute later. Still in dreamland, the African defenders failed to clear their lines and the ball fell kindly for Jaimes in the area, with the Morelia youngster rounding his man to score low in the corner.

The Mexican euphoria couldn’t last, however, and Iheanacho had his hat-trick seconds into the second-half. With the ball flicked on from a long throw-in, the livewire slammed it home, low and hard, at the near post to make it 3-0 for the rampaging Nigerians. It was 4-0 three minutes later, when Chidiebere Nwakali fired the ball in from 25 yards out, signaling a certain rout as the Negerian fans chanted for more, more, more.

Isaac provided it on the hour-mark when he raced on to a through-ball, bamboozled two tired and devastated Mexican defenders and fired inside the near post from 12 yards out. With 30 minutes to go, the irrepressible Iheanacho bagged his fourth goal. He cut in from the right side and fired a vicious strike from a long way out that Gudino got his finger-tips to, but had no chance of keeping out of the top corner to make the final score a frightening 6-1.

Up next for the impressive Nigerians is a date with Scandinavian debutants Sweden in three days’ time, when Mexico try to get things back on track against Iraq.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ

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Still no wins for even Austria, Canada

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With both sides hunting their first-ever wins at a FIFA U-17 World Cup, Austria and Canada both had to settle for a 2-2 draw. The Europeans took the lead early in a tense Group E contest at the Sheikh Rashid Stadium in Dubai, but the Canadians roared back before seeing their dreams dashed with an equaliser.

The Canucks came out sharply in the first-half, showing good organisation and a desire to get forward in attack. Jordan Hamilton’s free-kick from just outside of the box was blocked by the wall after only five minutes, and shorty after Marco Bustos rushed inside the box only to have his shot saved brilliantly by Alexander Schlager.

The Austrians managed to hit back just a minute after that try, but Valentin Lazaro’s low shot from distance was easily saved by Marco Carducci in the Canadian goal. Slowly but surely, the Austrians climbed back into the match and they got a well-deserved goal after 28 minutes. Sascha Horvath slammed a volley home from a throw-in, the ball gliding in just under the crossbar.

The lead was almost doubled just a minute later in a similar pattern. This time the throw-in came from the right side and Daniel Ripic rasped his shot against the base of the post. The Canadians mustered a response in the fading moments of the first period, but Hanson Boakai was shut down on his breakaway by Austrian keeper Schlager, who pulled off a fine save.

Canada responded admirably at the start of the second-half and they had drawn level and then taken the lead inside 15 minutes. Hamilton swiveled and hit home after 53 minutes and then Elias Roubos slotted home from the spot in the 58th. The Canadians were in dreamland, chasing their first-ever win at U-17 level, but the Austrians had other ideas. Nikola Zivotic drew level at 2-2 with a stunning bicycle-kick just after the hour mark.

And that’s where it stayed to the end, as neither side were able to pick up their first wins at a U-17 world finals. Up next for Canada is a meeting with Iran on 22 October while Austria meet Group E favourites Argentina.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ

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Loco Abreu starter sandsynligvis på bænken mod Newells Old boys. Det er lidt trist at han ikke har fysikken til at spille 90 minutter længere, for han er deres klart bedste angriber. Der går nok ikke længe før han stiller støvlerne, selvom han stadig altid er den der brøler højest når hans hold scorer.
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Det bliver en vild clasico - selvom det bliver uden Newell´s fans. I det hele taget en stor og passioneret uge - med U-17 VM, Copa Sudamericana, sidste runde i CONCACHAMPIONS gruppespil - midt uge runde i Argentina og Uruguay....

Iøvrigt Clasico Joven i nat America - Cruz Azul...
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Ten-man Argentina hold Iran

A first-half flourish featured the best chances for Argentina, who were reduced to ten men late in the second half, and Iran as the two sides fought to a 1-1 draw, earning each side a point for their FIFA U-17 World Cup campaigns.

Mostafa Hashemi celebrated his 17th birthday in style by putting Iran ahead inside the first minute of the match with a delightful volley from distance that caught everyone in Dubai’s Sheikh Rashid Stadium, including Argentina goalkeeper Augusto Batalla, off guard. Hashemi

Iran continued to attack and maintained heavy pressure in the early stages of the contest but Argentina found their equaliser in the 15th minute through Sebastien Driussi.

The Argentina No9 received Marcos Astina’s cross near the top of Iran’s penalty area and did very well to make good contact to send the ball through traffic and past Iran keeper Mahdi Amini.

Midway through the first half Ali Hazami hit a powerful strike from 35 yards out that had Batalla beaten but fortunately for Argentina’s custodian, his effort crashed off the far post and away from danger.

Enjoying the majority of possession, Iran were searching for the lead and Saeid Ezatolahi found himself with a clear look on goal for their best chance to go ahead before the break but he should have done better with his opportunity as his volley harmlessly sailed over the crossbar.

The second-half started brightly with several good chances at both ends in the first ten minutes, though the second goal would remain elusive for the two sides. While Iran looked to be stronger side in the first half, Argentina began to assert themselves better after the restart and seemed to be the likelier to break the deadlock.

Substitute Crisitan Pavon nearly made an immediate impact upon entering the match when his flash headed clipped the crossbar in the 78th minute, but a second Argentina goal wasn’t meant to be.

Three minutes later Lucio Compagnucci saw red as a result of his second caution from a rough challenge, but Argentina continued to attack despite their numerical disadvantage.

Iran began to use their extra man to cause problems for the Argentinian backline during stoppage time, but it was too little too late as the Group E competitors were forced to settle for a draw. Both sides will be in search of three points on Tuesday when Argentina face Austria and Iran take on Canada.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ

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