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Libertadores: preparing for a week of qualifications to the round of 16

Seven teams will seek this week to qualify for the knockout stages of the 2013 Copa Libertadores in the framework of the eleven matches to be played between Tuesday and Thursday.

Libertad, Emelec, Peñarol, Santa Fe, Universidad de Chile, Newell´s and Fluminense are the seven clubs that are looking to punch their ticket to the round of 16. Five of the seven teams could qualify if everything falls into place.

Those that are in the best position are Paraguay´s Libertad in Group 2, Santa Fe of Colombia en Group 6, and Brazilian club Fluminense en Group 8. The premise is simple, win and they are in.

However Libertad has to win in Sao Paulo when they visit Palmeiras on Thursday. The Paraguayans have 8 points followed by the Brazilians with 6.

Rounding out the group is Sporting Cristal (5) and Argentina´s Tigre (3) who play on Tuesday in Buenos Aires in order to win and stay alive.

Santa Fe for their part has a tough job as visitors in Ibagué on Tuesday to face Deportes Tolima in Group 6 play.

Santa Fe is on 8 points while Tolima is one point behind, the same as Real Garcilaso. Cerro Porteño (0 points) is already eliminated. The Peruvians need to win on Wednesday in Cuzco against the Paraguayans to have any chance of moving on.

Fluminense has a shot at qualifying in Group 8 but has to travel to Porto Alegre to face Gremio. ´Flu´ has 7 points which is one more than Gremio. Huachipato (Chile) lead the group with 7 points.

Besides the three candidates there will be a second team to qualify out of Group 4: Peñarol and Emelec will decide who accompanies Vélez Sarsfield to the next stage.

Peñarol, 5-time Copa Lib champion, has the hardest road. They have to beat on Tuesday the already eliminated Deportes Iquique (Chile) in Montevideo, hope that Vélez defeats Emelec and then see how the goal difference shakes out.

For the moment the "Electrics" from Ecuador have 9 points and a +1 goal difference while Peñarol has 6 points and is -3 in goals.

Finally Newell´s Old Boys of Argentina can qualify from Group 7 if they get at least a draw on Thursday on their visit to the already qualified Olimpia of Paraguay.

Universidad de Chile will hope that this doesn´t happen and will try to score as many goals as they can against Venezuela´s Deportiva Lara in Barquisimeto. Olimpia has 10 points followed by Newell´s with 9, Universidad de Chile with 6 and Lara with 4.

In Group 5, Corinthians of Brazil -the defending champion of the Copa Lib and the Club World Cup- and Mexico´s Tijuana, both of whom have already qualified for the next stage, will meet each other on Wednesday to see who gets to claim first place of the group.

They close out their participation in the second stage with the respective matchups at home against San José from Bolivia and Colombia´s Millonarios.

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


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Barbados ties with Jamaica at U17´s

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LA CHORRERA, Panama -- Barbados twice rallied from one-goal deficits to register 2-2 draw with Jamaica in a Group A game of the 2013 CONCACAF Under-17 Championship at Estadio Agustin Muquita Sanchez on Monday night.

The tie kept both Caribbean teams alive for a quarterfinal berth. The Barbadians (0-0-1, one point) can book a spot in the knockout round with a victory over host Panama (0-0-1, one) on Wednesday night. The Reggae Boyz (0-0-2, two) can advance if either team wins. The top two teams in each group reaches the quarterfinals.

In a lively and entertaining first half in which defense seemed to be a forgotten craft at times, both sides attacked freely and often, keeping both goalkeepers on their toes.

The Jamaicans dominated the early minutes and quite fittingly drew first blood in the seventh minute, converting a counterattack some 19 seconds ater goalkeeper Nicholas Nelson saved a Barbados shot. Raffique Bryan raced into the penalty area, beat two defenders and chipped keeper Keon Harding from 12 yards for a 1-0 Jamaica advantage.

The goal seemed to wake Barbados up from its slumber as it mounted several offensive attacks. The Caribbean side came close in the 12th minute when Edward Okey placed a point-bank attempt from three yards over the net.

Five minutes later, however, the Barbadians were celebrating a goal of their own. Shaquille Boyce burst into the area and powered a 12-yard shot past Nelson to level the score at 1-1.

The Reggae Boyz retook the lead in the 38th minute after Okey was called for a penalty kick by referee David Rubalcaba of Cuba. Okey grabbed hold of the green shirt of Michael Seaton outside of the box and continued to keep his grip on the jersey before he pulled down the Jamaican in the area.

On the ensuing penalty, Junior Flemmings fired a line drive into the upper right corner past Harding for a 2-1 lead and his second goal and penalty conversion of the competition. Flemming had tallied in Jamaica´s 1-1 draw with host Panama on Saturday. As it turned out, Seaton also was fouled against Los Canaleros to set up Flemmings´ first penalty kick.

Barbados equalized a second time in the 55th minute. Sebastian Hunte knocked a long-range header off the crossbar and an unmarked Skakille Belle found himself in the right place, several yards out to the left of Nelson and he had an easy rebound for a 2-2 deadlock.

Nelson, tested with several crosses, came out of the net to make a kick stop on Boyce in the 70th minute at the top of the penalty area before gathering in the ball.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Trinidad defeats Costa Rica 2-0 at Under 17´s

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LA CHORRERA, Panama -- Trinidad & Tobago kept its hopes up of reaching the quarterfinals of the 2013 CONCACAF Under-17 Championship by recording a 2-0 Group B victory over Costa Rica on Monday night.

Andre Fortune scored in the first half and Brent Sam added an insurance goal for the Soca Warriors in the second half at Estadio Agustin Muquita Sanchez.

Goalkeeper Johan Welch, who plays for the Houston Dynamo Academy team, recorded the shutout for the Caribbean side.

Trinidad ended group play at 1-1-0 and three points. The Costa Ricans (0-1-0, none) face Canada (1-0-0, three), 2-0 winners over Trinidad in its Saturday opener, in the final group match on Wednesday night.

The Ticos squandered a golden opportunity to take an early lead after Trinidad´s Brendon Creed took down Arington Torres in the penalty area. Referee Armando Castro of Honduras had no hesitation pointing to the penalty spot.

On the ensuing kick, however, Costa Rica´s Akeem Garcia sent his attempt high over the net in the the seventh minute.

The Soca Warriors broke the ice in the 33rd minute with a goal from Fortune, who unleashed a low, 28-yard shot, a left-footed effort that he tucked just inside the right post and goalkeeper Jorge Jara for a 1-0 lead.

After coming up empty in the opening 45 minutes, the Costa Ricans came out of the locker room with much more energy to start the second half.

In search of the equalizer, Torres broke through the Trinidad backline and sent a shot that barely missed the right post in the 48th minute.

The Central Americans came close to knotting things up in the 65th minute when Torres headed a left-wing cross by Fernando Segura off the left post.

Trinidad made most of one of its few scoring opportunities in the second half. Segura fouled Aikim Andrews at the right edge of the penalty area. Sam launched an 18-yard free kick with his left foot that beat Jara to the near post and a two-goal advantage in the 79th minute.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Monterrey has LA, another final in sight

MONTERREY, Mexico -- Monterrey is in familiar territory heading into the second leg of its CONCACAF Champions League semifinal series against the LA Galaxy Wednesday night at Estadio Tecnologico.

The Rayados were victorious in the opening leg in each of the last two competitions en route to winning back-to-back championships.

Two years ago, Monterrey had a 2-1 edge on Liga MX rival Cruz Azul following 90 minutes and, last year, it had a 3-0 lead on Pumas UNAM.

The biggest difference from the previous two semifinal appearances, though, is this time Monterrey head home for the second leg with the advantage after a dramatic come-from-behind 2-1 win at the Home Depot Center last week.

Humberto Suazo and Aldo De Nigris struck twice inside the final eight minutes to send Monterrey into the second leg with a one-goal lead.Still, the Rayados players, who are undeterred by a 1-0 loss to Toluca in Liga MX play Sunday, know nothing has been won yet.

"We have a good score, but we are confident," Monterrey defender Ricardo Osorio said on the club´s official site."We´ll think we´re 0-0 and try to finish what we started in Los Angeles.It would be something historic to play in our third consecutive final."

Despite the gut wrenching loss at home in the opening leg, LA Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena said his team, which didn´t have a domestic match over the weekend, remains confident heading into the second leg.

"It´s not anything we haven´t faced before," Arena said on the club´s official website."It certainly won´t be easy, but we´ve got to go there with the attitude we´re going to win the game and let the match take care of itself."

Los Angeles will be buoyed by the return of playmaker Juninho from injury after the Brazilian midfielder was replaced in the 61st minute of the first leg with what he described as a "headache."

"It was my first day back, I feel OK," Juninho told LAGalaxy.com Sunday after training. "I need a little bit more with the guys, my headache has no pain any more. I´m available for the next game. I want to help. It´s a very tough game and everyone knows that. Monterrey has a very good team, but we´re prepared. Now let´s go win."

Juninho´s influence in the opening leg was unmistakable.When he was on the field, LA was dangerous in the attacking third and controlled the pace.With Juninho sidelined, Monterrey took over and eventually struck for a pair of dramatic late goals.

"There are no secrets.We played at home last game and it was very good in the first half, but we slept late in the game and they scored two goals," Juninho said."Next game is going to be the same, we´re going to press them and the guys have to be ready for a big game."
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Hex leader Panama the surprise of CONCACAF WCQ

By Alejandro Zuniga

After Blas Perez took advantage of a defensive miscue to blast home a shot that gave his side a decisive 2-0 lead over Honduras, the striker ran to the sideline and shoved a reporter’s Panama hat onto his own head. Just like that, his Canaleros stood alone at the top of the CONCACAF hexagonal group.

Three games into the hex, Panama is one of the region’s biggest surprises. It ran circles around Costa Rica for much of a 2-2 draw, earned a point in Jamaica’s notoriously difficult The Office and returned home to blank previously unbeaten Honduras, 2-0.

Los Canaleros’ success could be more a product of their schedule than a reflection of their talent. In their seven remaining games, they play at Costa Rica and Honduras and will face Mexico and the United States twice each.

But given the surprises that have littered this edition of the hex, Panama may just continue accumulating points when play resumes in June. Both the U.S. and Mexico have struggled in the round robin so far, though the Americans admirably survived the gauntlet that was their first three games. Even Costa Rica — usually so tenacious at home — had to rely on heroic goalkeeping to survive the Reggae Boyz.

On the opposite end of the CONCACAF standings, El Tri felt the wrath of their own fans when the home crowd grew so frustrated that they instead began cheering for Jamaica — and for good reason. Having accumulated just three points in as many games, the Mexicans has failed to score a single goal at Azteca, where they are usually so dominant.

Picked by many to win the hex, El Tri’s performance has been disappointing at best. The Mexicans ran away from Group B in the the third round of CONCACAF qualifying, scoring 15 goals in six contests and accumulating all 18 possible points. But three games into the decisive hexagonal, they sit on the outside looking in. If Mexico wants to qualify for the World Cup, it is in dire need of returning to its winnings ways at El Azteca and stealing points on the road. Mexico will have a prime opportunity to do just that when it travels to Jamaica on June 4.

The Reggae Boyz stunned the conference when it drew at El Azteca, but they couldn’t beat Panama at home and looked sloppy at Costa Rica. Already in sole possession of last place in the hex and with games against the U.S. and at Honduras looming, Jamaica will be desperate for a win when it hosts Mexico.

If the Americans and Mexicans return to their winning ways this summer, Panama, Honduras and Costa Rica could find themselves battling for the CONCACAF’s final guaranteed World Cup berth. But the sides should take comfort that the

region’s fourth-place team advances to a home-and-away series against Oceania Football Confederation champion New Zealand. FIFA ranks the Kiwis behind all of the hexagonal teams (88th), and the All Whites haven’t beaten a CONCACAF side since a 4-0 drubbing of Mexico in 1980.

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


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Joel Santana to become new Bahia manager - report

According to reports in Lancenet, experienced manager Joel Santana is set to become the new manager of Bahia later on Monday.

With former manager Jorginho having been dismissed following a 5-1 humbling by local rivals Vítoria at the opening of the Fonte Nova, it appears that the club have opted to turn to Santana for a fourth time.

"I was contacted today [Monday] and the outcome we could have an outcome today," Santana told Lance. "Hopefully it will be as soon as possible. Football is like this, things happen very quickly.

"I´m very proud that Bahia have turned to me once more. Bahia is my second home. I have already won the Baiano championship four times, twice with Bahia and twice with Vitória."

Bahia were unable to be contacted by the reporters, but it is understood that a deal is virtually in place and should be announced later in the day
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Flamengo open negotiations to sign Bordeaux right-back Mariano - report

Flamengo have started negotiations to sign former Fluminense right-back Mariano, who currently plays in France for Bordeaux.

The rubro-negro have been in search of a right-back to replace the ageing Leonardo Moura, with manager Jorginho forced to play midfielders Luiz Antônio and Elias in the position

Flamengo´s executive director of football Paulo Pelaipe has, however, denied any interest in Mariano, saying: "Mariano is not in the list".

Mariano joined Bordeaux last year after shining at Fluminense, where he was elected the best right-back in the Brazilian League in 2010.

The right-back was also called up for Brazil´s national team the same year but did not see any playing time under manager Dunga. A return to Flamengo, though, could his chances of a return to the Seleção squad.

Fla are also reportedly interested in Bologna´s centreback Roger Carvalho. The defender previously shone at Figueirense in 2011.

Paulo Pelaipe has confirmed Flamengo´s interest for the defender, saying: "Roger Carvalho is a player Jorginho knows, so we are seeking information about him. But there is nothing certain yet".
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Fred: New generation of Brazil talent can clinch 2014 World Cup victory

Fluminense´s Fred believes the Seleção has what it takes to clinch a sixth World Cup victory thanks to the new generation of Brazilian talent.

Fred is somewhat of an elder statesman in a Seleção containing the likes of Neymar, Lucas Moura and Oscar who are leading the next generation of Brazilian talent.

"Brazil have a lot of players who are a cut above, as well as a younger generation with an absurd amount of potential.

"We need to take full advantage of that quality and assemble a team that can go toe-to-toe with those other national teams that have been catching the eye.

"Besides, we’ll have a fundamental factor in our favour, which is having the fans behind us. We know this could give the Seleção an edge.

"We need to excite the fans and get them on board, because that way we’ll be even stronger."

Fred also reflected on his relationship with former Seleção boss Carlos Alberto Parreira, now the the national team´s technical coordinator, but insists he is in the team on merit.

"First of all, I always focus on doing a consistently good job at club level to make sure I deserve a place in the squad.

"I think the fact I’ve worked under Parreira with the Seleção and Fluminense is a plus, in the sense that he knows me well.

"And now, after these first few games with the new coaching staff, I’ve been able to spend more time with Felipão too and find out what he expects from the team.

"But all that will count for nothing if my performances dip. I’m just concentrating on keeping playing well for my club, to ensure I get selected and am able to do an effective job for the Seleção."
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Brasiliansk topopgør iaften, i Copa Libertadores. Gremio tager imod Fluminense. Jeg kan forestille mig Deportivo FAS holder med Fluminense, men jeg tror dog det ligger til Gremio. De vandt også det første opgør imod Fluminense med 3-0.
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Santa Fe beats Tolima in a away game and classifies for the next round of competition

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Santa Fe classified for the next stage of competition this Tuesday in the fifth series of scheduled games in Group 6 Copa Libertadores competition. They visited their countrymen Deportes Tolima in Manuel Murilla Toro stadium of Ibagué and left with a 2-1 victory.

Forward Yimmy Chará put the first points on the board for the home team, at 50 minutes but opposing forward Cristian Martínez sealed the victory for Santa Fe with two goals, at 60 and 78 minutes.

"After they scored we knew we had to keep our cool, flip the game, and earn a victory. They´re a strong team, we already knew that, the game got complicated but we got the win", Martínez said after the game.

With the result, the so-called ´Red Express´ will advance into the next series with 11 points. They are followed by Tolima, with 7 points, and Peruvian team Real Garcilaso, who also has 7 points. The last member of the group, the Paraguayan team Cerro Portenño, will play Real Garcilaso on Wednesday but has been eliminated from the tournament with no points.

Santa Fe won its third game in a row after beating Cerro 1-0 and 2-1. Before that they tied their away games 1-1 with Tolima in Bogotá and with Garcilaso in Cuzco.

In the sixth and last scheduled series of games in the group competition of the tournament that will be played on April 16th, the ´Red Express´ will host Garcilaso in El Campín stadium of Bogotá, while Tolima will visit Cerro Porteño in Asunción.

Santa Fe, which won the Apertura 2012 tournament in Columbia, looks to keep advancing in their seventh Copa Libertadores appearance.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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