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Cubero pide "seguir la misma idea"

BUENOS AIRES -- Aún tras la derrota ante Boca, el lateral volante Fabián Cubero confió este martes que Vélez debe seguir "la misma idea futbolística" que viene ejercitando desde hace tiempo para seguir en la pelea por el título del torneo Inicial.

Cubero y el zaguero central Sebastián Domínguez volverán al equipo titular ante All Boys en Floresta el domingo venidero tras purgar la fecha de suspensión ante Boca, y lo harán en lugar de Gino Peruzzi y Juan Ignacio Sills.

"Con Boca fuimos superiores los 90 minutos. Hay que seguir con la mima idea futbolística, jugar bien y ganar", propuso Cubero, jugador insignia de Vélez, al término de la práctica en la Villa Olímpica.

El entrenador Ricardo Gareca recién tendrá a todo el plantel a disposición el jueves, ya que Peruzzi, Domínguez, Iván Bella y Francisco Cerro están afectados al seleccionado que enfrentará a Brasil.

Además, Cubero quitó dramatismo a haber perdido la exclusividad de la punta del torneo. "Sabíamos que iba a ser un campeonato así, parejo, ya que hay equipos que están pasando por un buen momento", dijo y destacó que ante Boca jugaron "bien y solo nos faltó hacer el gol".

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


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Brazil coach Mano Menezes tries out two different line-up´s ahead of the second leg of the Superclasico de las Americas

Brazil coach Mano Menezes tried out two different formations and line-up´s in training on Tuesday morning ahead of Wednesday night´s second leg of the Superclasico de las Americas against Argentina at the Bombonera, Buenos Aires.

The Seleção are currently training at Parque Ecológico Tietê, the training ground of Copa Libertadores champions Corinthians, and Globo Esporte have released the two line-up´s that Menezes tried out:

1st: Jefferson; Marcos Rocha, Réver, Leonardo Silva, Carlinhos; Ralf, Paulinho, Jean, Thiago Neves; Neymar, Fred

2nd: Diego Cavalieri; Lucas Marques, Réver, Leonardo Silva, Fábio Santos; Arouca, Paulinho, Thiago Neves, Fellype Gabriel; Neymar, Fred

While the team has yet to be officially announced, it does seem that Fluminense captain Fred will lead the attack alongside Neymar. This will be the first time the striker has played for the national team since the friendlies against Costa Rica and Mexico in October last year.

Menezes told reporters: "We´re looking at this game in isolation instead of as part of the two legs. It is in the distance. We have lost the reference from the first match.

"Brazilian players are at the end of the season. We noticed the tiredness on the face of each. We did a short workout and plan for a long period of recovery until the match. Many are taking the first opportunity[with the national team] and within that we will do better. The team will be announched tomorrow (Wednesday)."

The first leg of the tie was played back in September with Brazil beating Argentina 2-1, with goals from Neymar and Paulinho. The return game should have been played on October in Resistencia, Argentina, however a power cut at the stadium caused the game to be postponed.

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


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Robert Andrew Powell Discusses Life, Death, and Futbol in Ciudad Juarez (Part 1)

By Eben Lehman

In the summer of 2008, Indios de Ciudad Juarez were on top of the world. After only three years of existence the club was moving up to the big time, having just won promotion to the Mexican Primera. What no one knew at the time was just how fleeting a moment it would prove to be. Two years later the team was relegated back to the second division, and in December of 2011 the club folded entirely.

This dramatic rise and fall of a professional sports team would make for a remarkable story in any city in the world. The fact that it played out in Juarez, though, against a dramatic backdrop of rising violence makes it a uniquely tragic tale. It’s a story that certainly deserves a full-length book treatment – and luckily for us that´s exactly what we’ll be getting.

Journalist Robert Andrew Powell moved to Juarez in 2009 to cover the Indios, and the result of his work is a book set to be released at the end of this month: This Love Is Not for Cowards: Salvation and Soccer in Ciudad Juarez.

I recently spoke with Powell about his time living in Juarez and his thoughts on the dramatic rise and fall of the Indios futbol team.

Americans essentially view Juarez as an unlivable place. Every mention of the city in the press here also includes what seems like a mandatory mention of the number of murders during the past year. So back in 2009, at a time when all of the news coming out of the city was so negative, what possibly convinced you to pack up and move to Juarez?

Powell: It was the fact that they had the soccer team, and that the soccer team was playing in the Primera. That their name was the Indios just made me think of the Cleveland Indians, and what if the Cleveland Indians were based in Juarez. It seemed completely incongruous. How could they have something so normal when everything I, and everyone else, was reading about was the blood and all the murders? It made me think that there had to be a bigger picture because the Indios were in the Primera, and that just drew me in. I didn’t have that much knowledge of the city going in, so it was kind of an excuse at the same time.

Let’s go back to the moment that the Indios advanced to the Primera. This was before you arrived in the city, but I know you covered it. From what I understand, there was a widely-distributed e-mail that warned of extreme violence planned for Juarez during the same weekend of the promotion playoff in late May 2008. People were extremely frightened, but the Indios win promotion and tens of thousands of people come out in the streets to celebrate. It’s a huge moment with massive crowds everywhere, and there were no reports of violence. Can you talk about the importance of that moment?

Your understanding of it is correct. This was threatened credibly to be the most bloody weekend in the history of Juarez. They said don’t go out, don’t go to bars. If you have to drive, drive only on the main streets. Really, stay at home. And people had legitimate reason to believe it, and to be scared. The mayor cancelled a trip to Colombia that he’d scheduled because of the threats. Then they win this game. It was bigger and more beautiful than the violence. Everyone stopped and focused on something positive which was this incredible achievement that took place in Juarez with Juarences on the team. It was just a beautiful, life-affirming, positive thing in the city that was at that time about to peak in its horror. Hope becomes a big theme in my book, and that was the most hopeful thing that may have ever happened in the city.

Continuing with that theme of hope, the owner of the team, Francisco Ibarra, who is from Juarez always dreamed of having a soccer team in the city, and suddenly he had one in the top flight. In an interview that summer of 2008, Ibarra compared the city to a pregnant woman, saying ´Juarez is living the pains of child labor. We are in a stage of transition. But something good will be born soon. Our city will be clean and better in the days to come.´ Was this an accurate assessment of the city at this time?

He continued to say that in 2010, but when I was there it was harder and harder to be hopeful. There was a quote from author Charles Bowden where he said ´it’s impossible to sustain hope in Juarez.´ What I was learning when I was there is that hope was all everybody had. Hope is the predominant emotion. Everyone’s hopeful and looking for reasons to be hopeful. The fact that the team kept losing made it kind of inescapable. Every week Indios would lose and get closer to being relegated, and yet by Wednesday of the next week they’d start to be optimistic again. By game day they were pumped up, and then they would lose again. It played out a real sense of hopelessness that unfortunately -- and probably predictably -- went all the way to the extreme with the team folding. It’s kind of a canary in a coal mine situation. If the city can’t support the team, or keep it afloat, how good is the city? They had this one nice thing and they couldn’t sustain it. It’s deeply sad and it goes against the argument of hope. It’s really discouraging and yet everyone there doesn’t focus on it. You look at something new, though I don’t know what else you can look at right now that would give you that sense of hope. I was there a couple of weeks ago and it’s really obvious that there’s no team any more. There’s nothing to rally around, and it was really sad.

Going back to that first year in the Primera, one of the hopes was for economic development surrounding a proposed new stadium. I remember seeing some initial plans online back in 2008 or 2009 of a stadium that was just incredible – a retractable roof, hundreds of luxury boxes, just the most modern of modern stadiums.

It was 400 luxury boxes, which when you think about it is mind-blowing because they have a new two-billion dollar baseball stadium in Miami and it doesn’t have 400 skyboxes. The plans were approved, the funding was obtained, there was a press conference with the governor, and the mayor, and Francisco Ibarra. It was a go. But right then it got terrible in the city to the point where it was like who would go to these games, and how many people can buy a skybox in this city? It just became inarguable that it was not the time, and it folded. It folded because of the violence and also the economy.

One journalist who covers the team there said that the stadium was the biggest red flag of potential money laundering by the Indios – the fact that they were going to try and build this stadium. I found out after I got there that the DEA had fingered the Indios as a money-laundering front. I’ve since decided that they were probably not, but I wouldn’t rule out the parent company of the Indios, which is Ibarra’s construction company. It’s hard to summarize, as there are some subtleties to it, but I had to address it in the book as there were reasons to be suspicious.

A full year in the Primera goes by, and then we move into the Apertura 2009. This was just a terrible season for the team on all fronts. They don’t win a single game, and then in December – I believe on the same day you move to the city -- the club’s youth coach Pedro Picasso Garcia was murdered.

He was actually murdered two days before I showed up, but I didn’t hear about it. When I heard about it was the day I crossed over. I had already rented an apartment in Juarez, and as I was packing up my stuff in an El Paso hotel I took one last look online and that’s when I found out. I almost died. I’m about to go over. I actually called my 75-year-old father and I said, ‘just for the record I love you.’ I was thinking what am I getting into here?

Then what was remarkable was that no one on the Indios seemed to care. Everyone was really blasé about it, and that’s the first time I was exposed to the detachment everyone has in Juarez. Because you couldn’t live there if you thought about the murders every day. Even when it’s someone very close you still have to be detached. ‘When it´s your time to go, it´s your time to go.’ I heard that a hundred times when I was in Juarez. It´s nothing like I had ever experienced, but while I was there I learned to pick it up. I learned to shake it off -- just another murder. Someone told me when you go numb is when you have a problem, and by the end of my time there I was absolutely numb.

The violence just became totally normalized to your day-to-day life?

Totally. For most of the people there they don’t have options. They cant cross. Juarez is a city of opportunity – it was for Marco Vidal. He was out of soccer basically and he got a chance with the Indios and he ended up back in the Primera. So a lot of people for economic reasons come up to the border and they think they’re going to cross, but they can’t and they end up with a job just making the best life that they can. They don’t have options to leave. So you have to adapt in that case.

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


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Må tilstå jeg ikke har læst Powell´s bog - men den lyder til at være interessant.

Robert Andrew Powell Discusses Life, Death, and Futbol in Ciudad Juarez (Part 2)

By Eben Lehman

Our interview with Robert Andrew Powell continues (see Part 1 if you missed it), as we discuss living in Juarez, the Indios futbol team, and his upcoming book, This Love Is Not for Cowards: Salvation and Soccer in Ciudad Juarez.

So you’re now all the way in. How much time did you spend with the Indios team that final season, the Bicentenario 2010?

Powell: I was there the whole time. I went to practice every day. I didn’t go on every road trip, because I didn’t have the money. Though that turned out to be not bad either because I would watch away games on television in bars. But I went to Guadalajara, and San Luis, and Cancun. Cancun is where they got eliminated as a team. In Guadalajara they played Atlas at Estadio Jalisco and lost 7-1, and it was just a bloodbath. They would keep being hopeful, but there was just no disguising at that point that the season was over. Just as a sportswriter it was unbelievable the access I had. I’m in the locker room before games and they’re stretching, praying, getting pumped up and I’m just in the corner taking notes quietly. Journalistically it was a rush, and I had a great time. It was the best reporting experience of my life.

During that last year we started hearing more and more about violence touching the players. Some of the South American players moved their families back home, there were reports of extortion, I think Marco Vidal was carjacked. Could you see the effect of all this on the team’s play on the field?

The opening game was in Monterrey against the Rayados, and probably the most famous guy in Juarez while I was there was [Julio Daniel] "Maleno" Frias. He was Marco’s best friend, and is a Juarence from a tough neighborhood who was the star striker on the team. A little bit before the game, one of his brothers had been shot in the knee as a warning, probably to stop dealing drugs. Then on the night right before the opening game the brother was murdered. The coaches found out about it but did not tell "Maleno" until after the game because they didn’t want it to affect his play. Now we have a murder directly touching the team, and how they have to cope with it is something no other team in the world has to deal with. Their star player’s brother was murdered and they have to go, ‘How do we deal with this?’ They told him after the game and he was extremely upset. Yet a couple weeks after that you’d ask him about it and he’d say ‘you just have to keep moving forward,’ which is just surreal.

You spent a lot of time with Marco Vidal.

I focused on him because he’s an American, and I’ve learned over my career that you have to focus on at least one person to carry the story. Marco becomes the main thread tying everything together. Both him and me. I said there would only be three characters and I wouldn’t be in it, but there’s 30 characters and I’m in it big time. But if there’s one person the book’s about, it’s about Marco and his journey. He ends up getting married while we’re there and I went to the wedding. Right after the season he got traded to Pachuca. If there was anything triumphant it was that his career went up, at least during that season. He was excited to be traded to Pachuca.

From what I could tell it seemed like the team always had tremendous fan support. People brought their families to the games and the stadium appeared to be a very safe venue.

It was a positive, safe place where nothing bad ever happened. I’m in Miami now and we’re building this incredibly expensive baseball stadium and we’re paying for it all. Every city in America has one of those bad deals, and I get down on the value of a sports team. These billion dollar stadiums are supposedly good for the community. Well, it was inarguable that the Indios were good for Juarez. It was the best case for what a sports team can do for an entire community. It gave people in Juarez something to focus on that was positive. As Francisco Ibarra told me, it was the only time you would hear the word Juarez on the news without the antecedent ‘bloody’ or ‘murderous.’ It was about soccer – an everyday thing – just like in every other city. It really was positive for everybody, and it was moving how positive it was.

What was the fan reaction as relegation became more and more of a certainty?

Just recalibrating their hope. Getting frustrated, and then like the team by the next game they were back being positive again. When they were relegated, celebrating that they had the Primera for two years and optimistic that they would get back. My last scene in the book I’m in the one box in the stadium with Francisco Ibarra. It’s their first game back down in the minors and he said, ‘We’re going to get back. We’re going to be back in one season and it’s going to be inspiring.’ He was totally wrong, but that’s what he was thinking and that’s what everybody was thinking. And now they can’t. It´s really poignant to me, I don’t know what people in Juarez can focus on right now.

So what actually ended up happening this past December? The club had its certificate of affiliation revoked by the Mexican Futbol Federation, and I know they were battling a lot of economic issues.

Ibarra officially sold the team – at least he officially said he sold the team. Some people think it was a face-saving front, I do not know. He sold the team to nameless entrepreneurs and they never were identified. They mismanaged terribly, right away.

When was this?

He sold the team the summer of 2011. The new ownership right away had a miserable, horrible year. I went to a game and there was just nobody there, which was sad. They were losing every week and then they folded. It’s not really a surprise. I say the dream deflated like a soccer ball shot by a bullet, because I couldn’t avoid it. Some metaphors you have to use.

With the right ownership situation, is there any way a team could succeed in Juarez at this point?

The owner of Chivas is talking about setting up a minor league team because his wife is Juarence. Nobody wants to be owned by Chivas, because they would never get back to the Primera, but that’s better than nothing at this point. It’s clear in the book that Francisco Ibarra just mismanaged everything. He was not a good manager and he made bad business decisions the whole time he owned the team. It’s quite possible that a better businessman could make it work, at a minimum at least in the minors. But I don’t know if anyone would want to make an investment in Juarez at this point.

I know you just recently returned from a trip to Juarez. Do you still find reasons to have hope for the city´s future?

I love the city. I love the people there. I completely fell in love with it, as ugly as it is, maybe the ugliest city in North America. Everyone said it’s calmer now, and it is calmer. There’s only three or four murders a day – which is outrageous, but it´s not ten which is what it was when I was there. The mayor talks about how nightlife is booming and restaurants are crowded, but that’s just not true. That’s the optimistic talk of a salesman trying to sell an image of ´we’re back.´ They’re not. But it is better there now. The big concern is, as a friend of mine said, what about those 10,000 unsolved murders over the last three years? They just want to hit the reset button and go forward optimistically, but we have 10,000 unsolved murders. Psychically there’s a toll for that. You can’t have a society where murder is legal and unpunished, and they do. It continues to be basically legal to kill in Juarez. That’s the absolute bedrock of a stable society -- you can´t kill. That’s law one. Tax rates and public schools come after that. They don’t have the core basic government services under control. It’s really discouraging, and yet I love the city. I’m going to go back in a month. I seriously explored living there, but if you’re a sane person and you have options you can’t stay there -- not yet. I’m hopeful that they can improve it. I’m hopeful in part because I have so many people that I care about there now, and I want the best for them. I wouldn’t give up on Juarez because the people there are generally wonderful. It´s just discouraging, and the fact that the team isn’t there is a really bad and blatant sign.





Robert Andrew Powell´s book, This Love Is Not for Cowards: Salvation and Soccer in Ciudad Juarez, will be released on February 28, 2012.

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


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Real Madrid star Kaká could replace David Beckham at LA Galaxy - Reports

Lancenet are reporting that Real Madrid star Kaká could be signed by LA Galaxy as a replacement for the outgoing David Beckham, who on Monday announced that he would be leaving the Los Angeles side after six years.

Beckham, 37, has said that he wants to experience one more challenge in his career before he hangs up his boots and it is rumoured that Paris St-Germain and a number of club´s from Australia´s A-League have expressed a desire to sign the former England captain.

LA Galaxy officials are believed to see former AC Milan playmaker Kaká as the perfect replacement for their marquee player slot, and see the Brazilian international to have the charisma, brand and footballing ability to take the club to the next level.

Kaká was recently linked to a move to the MLS with the New York Red Bulls, who his brother Digão is currently playing for, and the star already has a property in New York. However, he denied this saying:

"Not now, I think. One day, I hope I can play in MLS. I don´t think it´s now [though].

"[The crowds were] very nice. I love to play here. It´s nice to play in America. I like it. I have some friends that are playing now here so they say a lot of good stuff about the MLS. One day I hope I can play here."

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


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Boca no entrenó y esperan a Clemente

BUENOS AIRES -- Boca regresará el miércoles a los entrenamientos con miras al encuentro del próximo domingo frente a Racing, luego de haber anticipado para el lunes la práctica de hoy previendo piquetes y la adhesión de los empleados del club nucleadas en UTEDYC al paro nacional del sindicalismo opositor.

Atento a que varios de los futbolistas viven en provincia de Buenos Aires, Julio César Falcioni optó por realizar el lunes los típicos trabajos regenerativos luego del triunfo frente a Vélez y continuará mañana los entrenamientos pensando en el partido en ante La Academia.

Para recibir al equipo de Luis Zubeldía, Falcioni aún no sabe si podrá contar con Clemente Rodríguez, que padece una contractura en el recto de la pierna derecha, en tanto que Cristian Erbes sufre una molestia en el aductor derecho, aunque estiman que estará en condiciones de jugar.

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


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Darío Franco, cerca de Atlético Rafaela

RAFAELA -- Darío Franco estaría cerca de convertirse en el nuevo técnico de Atlético de Rafaela, luego de haber alcanzado un principio de acuerdo con los directivos del club santafesino.

Franco ganó lugar en la consideración de los directivos de Rafaela luego de que se enfriara la chance del arribo de Gregorio Pérez, quien había picado en punta luego de la dimisión de Rubén Forestello.

Hasta tanto se confirme el acuerdo, Víctor Bottaniz dirigirá al equipo.

Tras perder con San Lorenzo, Rafaela enfrentará el lunes a Colón, en un encuentro muy importante para sus aspiraciones de finalizar el torneo Inicial fuera de la zona roja de los promedios.

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


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Newell´s sufre tres bajas de peso

ROSARIO -- El volante y el defensor, dos puntales de Newell´s, están desgarrados según confirmaron los estudios por imágenes que se le realizaron y como su recuperación demandará un mínimo de tres semanas quedaron descartados para el resto del torneo Inicial.

Rodríguez tiene un desgarro en el bíceps femoral derecho y Heinze otro en el bíceps femoral izquierdo, según las ecografías y resonancias magnéticas realizadas, en tanto que el volante Lucas Bernardi, otra pieza clave del equipo rojinegro, sólo padece un edema muscular en el aductor medio izquierdo y es posible que esté el próximo sábado en el partido en Santa Fe ante Unión.

Otra baja para Martino será la del defensor paraguayo Marcos Cáceres, quien llegó al límite de cinco amarillas.

Si bien Newell`s retomó recién el martes los entrenamientos y Martino dispone de cinco días para el encuentro con Unión, por la 17ma. fecha del torneo Inicial, los nombres que se barajan para reemplazar a los mencionados son los de Víctor López (por Heinze), Cristian Díaz (por Cáceres) y Víctor Figueroa (por Rodríguez).

Newell`s ocupa el tercer lugar del torneo Inicial, con 29 puntos, a tres de los punteros Lanús y Vélez, y tras desperdiciar una muy buena chance el domingo pasado al caer 2-1 con All Boys en el Coloso Marcelo Bielsa del Parque de la Independencia.

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


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ganske god aften for sydamerikanerne.. 5 brasser mål i parken , 3 af luiz adriano, 2 af willian, 1 mål af braga´s alan, sersmål af ezequiel garay for benfica....1 kasse af arturo vidal.


det er på tide at give willian chancen for o selecão
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Den første chilenske kvartfinale er færdig spillet. Colo Cllo slog Audax Italiano med 2-0 på Estadio Municipal de La Florida i Santiago. Matias Olivi og Gonzalo Fierro stod for målene. Gæsterne sluttede med 10 mand da midtbanemanden Fernando De La Fuente snuppede 2 gule kort.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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