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God humor - ham havde jeg sgu helt glemt Le beef
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Haha KayOkay.

Ham husker vi vidst allesammen.
Kenny Dalglish had scouted the young star at Bordeaux, and requested the chairman Jack Walker to begin discussions with the player’s club. He refused, and famously said, “Why do you want to sign Zinedine Zidane when we have Tim Sherwood?”
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Independiente on the brink and River show title credentials

Sunday’s games from round 10 of the tournament Final saw Avellaneda giants, Independiente take another step towards relegation as the first game under new manager, Miguel Angel Brindisi had an all too familiar result, losing 2 – 0 to Atletico Rafaela. At the other end of the table, River Plate closed the gap on the leaders to put themselves right back in the hunt.

A potentially tricky away day in Mendoza, saw River triumph 2 – 1 against Godoy Cruz.

Boca Juniors continue to struggle in the league and despite maybe edging the play in their game with Belgrano they could only manage a 0 – 0 draw. Perhaps more note worthy was the injury to Juan Roman Riquelme, who limped off with a hamstring injury.

Finally, San Lorenzo‘s youngsters impressed as they defeated Arsenal 3 – 1 in Sarandi, the first a wonderful free kick from 21 year old, Leandro Navarro.


ATLETICO RAFAELA 2 – 0 INDEPENDIENTE

http://www.youtube.com/w…KK6kehDs2w4

With Quilmes winning on Friday night and Independiente’s all ready precarious situation a win was crucial but once again they found themselves on the end of a defeat and slipping further towards the drop. Atletico Rafaela took an early lead through ex-Independiente player, Federico Gonzalez and then things got even worse when Federico Mancuello was sent off. Another terrible day was finally put to bed when Diego Vera tapped home the second.


ARSENAL 1 – 3 SAN LORENZO

http://www.youtube.com/w…f_kTT6rrrn4

21 year old San Lorenzo midfielder announced his arrival this season after 22 minutes, making his first start of the campaign, the youngster curled in a fine free kick to set San Lorenzo on their way. Julio Furch headed an equiliser for Arsenal but San Lorenzo were soon back in front, thanks to a goalkeeping howler, Campestrini, usually such a reliable keeper allowing a ball to bounce over his head and Hector Villalba to score the easiest of goals. In injury time, Julio Buffarini made sure of the 3 points with a great strike from outside the box.

BOCA JUNIORS 0 – 0 BELGRANO

The main talking point is the injury to Riquelme so that tells you about the game. Suffering from a hamstring tear, the number 10 will miss at least a couple of weeks. With the league gone Boca will just be hoping to have him back for the Copa Libertadores clash with Corinthians.

GODOY CRUZ 1 – 2 RIVER PLATE

http://www.youtube.com/w…ldwwGjktDtg

The break through in this game came in controversial circumstance, Carlos Luna was tripped as he was through on goal a fraction outside the box by the last defender but the referee managed to get both decisions wrong in awarding a penalty and only a yellow card. Regardless of the poor officiating, it gave River the impetus as Manuel Lanzini cooly dispatched the spotkick. Just after 30 minutes, Godoy levelled after Facundo Castillon was sloppily played onside by the river defence. However, Colombian youngster, Eder Alvarez Balanta chested in a free kick in the second half to give River the points. A return to form for River sees their title challenge reignited and they will be watching Lanus closely on Monday.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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23. april 2013 13:01
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A SHORT HISTORY OF THE FLIP FLAP, BY WAY OF JAPAN AND ALGERIA

The elastico, or flip flap, is the property of Roberto Rivelino: that’s how the old story goes. That mustachioed Corinthians and Fluminense trickster—star of three World Cups for Brazil—is lauded as its flair-filled inventor; he was a player who loved (perhaps even lived) to tease and torment defenders, first with a tentative, deft little leftward flick, and then next with the obligatory darting switch back inside. It was a move full of purpose, and one that almost invariably resulted in the beating of a man, the setting up of a teammate, or the rifled shot at goal. Sometimes, just sometimes, he would even score.

This is surely the most Brazilian of all tricks. Its practitioners are all of a particular breed: Rivelino the creator, Ronaldo the executioner, and Ronaldinho the undisputed master. It is a veritable holy trinity: the ‘three R’s’ with a throwback Rivaldo Replacement. After all, it’s only Brazilians, so we think, who have it in them to make that snake-like move: ball and foot inseparable, slithering from one side to the other with just the swish of a boot and the drop of a shoulder.

But the elastico has in fact rather different origins. For it is not the great Rivelino we have to thank, but rather one Japanese-Brazilian youth team associate of his, with a little later help from one Algerian forward of the 1980s.

How’s that for flip-flapping convention, for confounding expectation? The elastico belongs not to Rivelino at all, nor even, one might say, to Brazil.

No, instead thank Sergio Echigo. Born in São Paulo to Japanese parents around a month before the end of the Second World War, Echigo excelled as a footballer in his youth. A right-sided player known for his quick feet, explosive pace, and skillful dribbling, he joined Corinthians whilst still a teenager in 1963. That first season he spent in the club’s youth team, impressing enough to gain promotion to the full squad a year later. Still only 19 years old, Echigo made nearly a dozen appearances for Corinthians in the 1963-4 championship.

An unspectacular career in Brazil, however, was to follow; it was not until a move to his parents’ native Japan that he again impressed, blazing a trail for Towa and becoming one of the country’s best players, earning consecutive selections in the Japanese Team of the Season. He retired in 1974 and pursued a career in coaching. Nowadays, Echigo is a respected commentator and pundit in Japan.

Perhaps Echigo’s greatest legacy, however, lies in that which he bestowed unto his one-time teammate, Rivelino. Both men are the same age, both were sons of immigrants (the latter’s parents were Italian), both played for Corinthians at the same time, and both were masters of a new-fangled skill, the likes of which had never been seen before. This was the elastico, or flip flap. And though Rivelino was a million times the better footballer, Echigo had at least hit on the trick first. Rivelino explains:

I learned the move from a player called Sergio Echigo, who played with me in the Corinthians youth team in ‘64. He invented that trick. I saw him do it once and I said, ‘Hey, Japanese, what’s that trick?’ He said, ‘It’s easy Rive, I’ll teach you it,’ and he says now that he invented it, but I perfected it.

It became Rive’s signature move. When starting on the left for Brazil in the 1970 World Cup (not his usual position—coach Mário Zagallo improvised to work him into an irrepressible front four with Jairzinho, Pelé, and Tostão), he would dazzle opposition defenders with it. Even in the final, that famous rout of Italy, Rivelino managed a perfectly executed flip flap: he moved one way, then the other, and watched the ball duly zip through the defender’s legs. His hop round to collect it on the other side was some way to crown such a superb triumph.

Domestically, too, defenders would fall foul of that plagiarised wonder-move. Yes, Rivelino’s trademark indeed: so much so that he is now widely credited as its inventor. Pelé, for one, said that it ‘was something [Rivelino] created… [and] a trick that only Rivelino could do.’ (As an aside, Rive once told an interviewer that ‘[even] Pelé couldn’t do that trick,’ joking that ‘he wasn’t skillful enough!’) Poor Sergio Echigo, then, remains long forgotten.

As does his flip-flapping, elastico-loving successor, the Algerian Salah Assad. Assad was adept either as a winger or a centre forward, playing in two World Cups for his country—Spain ‘82 and Mexico ’86—and becoming Algeria’s leading scorer in that most prestigious of tournaments. This offered Assad a way out of his politically volatile homeland, his stellar performances leading to interest from European clubs AS Saint-Étienne, Eintracht Frankfurt, Hamburg, Coventry City, Manchester City, PSG, and others.

He eventually joined up with French side FC Mulhouse, scoring freely in his debut season before being snapped up by PSG for the start of the 1983 campaign. Unfortunately, Assad struggled with injuries, never really making his mark at the club. A return to Mulhouse followed, after which Algeria beckoned once more. He would later spend four years in prison for alleged sympathies with the Front Islamique de Salud movement, highlighting once more how fraught with danger Algeria then was. For Assad’s part, he claimed that he ‘was never charged, never believed in violence, but simply practised my religion.’

On the football pitch, however, Assad was the heir to Echigo. For though talented, it was one talent in particular that garnered attention: again, the flip flap, or el ghoraf to Algerians. Like those aforementioned, the move was his signature. He would use it incredibly often: such was the frequency, he said, that he just couldn’t remember which ghoraf was his best.

He also claimed not to have imitated Rivelino (nor anyone else for that matter) but to have stumbled upon the trick himself, practising as a five year old with bottles, stones, and whatever else lay on the floor in front of him. His technique differed from Rivelino’s in that, to quote Assad, the Brazilian would perform the flip flap ‘on the spot’—i.e. standing still or near still—whereas he could perform it whilst at full speed—and often did.

Look to the present, though, and we see that Assad and Echigo have barely registered. We see YouTube tutorials promising to teach youngsters the ‘perfect’ flip flap—y’know, just like Cristiano. We see the skill with which the ‘original’ Ronaldo, Il Fenomeno, practised the trick, whether bamboozling Alessandro Nesta with it in the 1998 UEFA Cup Final, or using it to take out two Rayo Vallecano players whilst at Real Madrid. And we see Ronaldinho, the man we think of as the greatest ‘flip-flapper’ of them all, executing the move with such speed as to dizzy defenders time and time again.

In short, the elastico is a skill that has entered the footballing consciousness. We are sure of its inventor and even surer of its modern-day masters. But this is to forget Algerian Salah Assad, whose ghoraf may in fact be closer to the famous flip flap of Ronaldo and Ronaldinho than even Rivelino’s. And it is to forget the true inventor, Sergio Echigo: the journeyman Japanese-Brazilian with whom Rivelino played youth football.

In football, as in life, all is not as it seems.
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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Scolari: "I will choose between Ronaldinho and Kaká"

Seleção boss Luiz Felipe Scolari has declared that he will be choosing between Ronaldinho and Kaká as he will only take one of the two veterans to the Confederations Cup.

Scolari said he gave enough chances to both players, adding there´s a "90 percent chance" that he will select only one of them for the squad.

"I don´t think that they will play together," the coach said. "I wasn´t able to test both players together in the friendlies we had, because of the different moments that they were going through. It´s likely that I will pick one of them and not the other."

It is thought that Ronaldinho´s form will give the Atlético Mineiro playmaker an advantage as he has regularly featured for the Belo Horizonte outfit.

In contrast, Kaká has struggled to make an impact in Jose Mourinho´s Real Madrid side as he continues to occupy the bench.
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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Seleção are on the right track says Scolari

Brazil boss Luiz Felipe Scolari believes the Seleção are on the right track ahead of the Confederations Cup and also says he is close to deciding his squad for the competition.

The former Palmeiras boss told reporters that he was close to deciding his squad for the upcoming event and says there are only a few final decisions left to make.

"The team is on the right track," Scolari said. "We have a base, a style of play. We only need to make some final decisions, analyze some alternatives."

Looking ahead to the 2014 World Cup, Scolari said he was wary of the likes Germany, Italy and Argentina who are set to be Brazil´s main threats.

"Those three, plus Spain, will make it to the final eight," the 64-year-old former Portugal and Chelsea coach said.

Scolari also said that he thinks it would be beneficial for the national team if star player Neymar decides to leave for Europe.

"Neymar has been improving a lot in the past few years. He will be even better in two, three or five years from now," the coach said. "If he decides to go, it would be great. It would be good for the national team. But he doesn´t need to go."
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Scolari: "I will choose between Ronaldinho and Kaká"

Alt imens har man så en bombeudløser med 7 mål i sidste 8 kampe i den bedste liga.

Nuvel, har givet helt op på det Brasilien-landshold.
En gyser er at holde med flagermus og ulve.

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23. april 2013 13:31
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Scolari: "I will choose between Ronaldinho and Kaká"

Alt imens har man så en bombeudløser med 7 mål i sidste 8 kampe i den bedste liga.

Nuvel, har givet helt op på det Brasilien-landshold.


Han har brug for rutinen til at tage presset fra Neymar...det er det vigtigste....


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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Week 10 Wrap: Nacional remain top with controversial win, Cerro Porteño surge up table

With the Paraguayan general elections dominating the weekend, the tenth round of games took place on Thursday and Friday with the Libertad vs Luque fixture postponed due to the Gumarelo’s Copa Libertadores match. We were treated to two five-goal thrillers in the televised games, firstly Olimpia fell to Capiatá before the league leaders Nacional grabbed a winner deep into stoppage time to down Sol de América. The other headline is Chiqui Arce’s Cerro Porteño who have now won three straight league games and must be considered dark horses for the title because of their talented squad.

Olimpia vs Capiatá

Para Uno, Asunción
(0-1) 2-3 – Ferreyra, Ortiz; Aranda (og), López (2)

Capiatá certainly save their performances for the big teams, having beaten Cerro Porteño at La Olla they have now added the scalp of Olimpia in Para Uno. Eduardo Aranda inadvertantly put the visitor’s ahead under pressure as he ran towards his own goal but the real turning point was Cristian López’s double strike in two minutes in the second half.

Both goals were ferocious left-footed strikes and it meant Capiatá had scored three in the Primera División for the first time ever. Olimpia pulled a goal back late on through Richard Ortiz’s placed finish but it wasn’t enough as they fell to their first defeat in 8 games in all competitions.

Rubio Ñu vs Cerro Porteño

La Arboleda, Asunción
(0-1) 1-2 – Lusardi; Salcedo, Almirón

The first time in a long time the television cameras were in Barrio Trinidad at Rubio Ñu’s ground, but the home team seemed to be suffering from stage fright when they conceded after just ten minutes. Angel Romero’s darting run and shot resulted in the rebound falling to Santiago Salcedo who rediscovered the thrill of scoring for the first time since February 24th.

http://www.youtube.com/w…ykLHN_P8ufA

Hugo Lusardi’s emphatic curler from the edge of the box restored parity and azulgrana fans will have feared that the doubts would creep back into their player’s minds after such a poor run of results in recent weeks. But there is a new found confidence amongst the Barrio Obrero boys and it was a ‘boy’ who grabbed the winner, Miguel Almirón with his first ever senior goal to record another three points.

Nacional vs Sol de América

Defensores del Chaco, Asunción
(2-1) 3-2 – Benítez, Melgarejo, Torales; Mendieta, Goiri

A deserted Defensores del Chaco was treated to a fabulous game of football that didn’t fail to entertain at any point during the 90 minutes. Two fully committed sets of players were involved in an end-to-end match that culminated in a dramatic victory for Nacional.

http://www.youtube.com/w…QkdMCvcWLsI

Julian Benitez has continued his purple patch, opening the scoring with his sixth goal in five games, a back-post header. David Mendieta pulled one back with a sweetly struck shot that swerved past Justo Villar (who had another excellent game in goal). When Marcos Melgarejo put the Academia ahead before halftime I assumed they would push onto win but the Danzarin had other ideas and defender Adalberto Goiri stabbed home an equaliser to put the win in doubt. The victory did come deep into stoppage time, Silvio Torales with great technique to control a looping header with his chest and smashing home before the ball hit the floor. Sol were furious with the referee for the extra time played and his general performance, even Nacional’s president complained afterwards about the refereeing but not about the final result, more vital points in the bag.

https://www.youtube.com/…IZAr2xOl71Y

Results: Olimpia 2-3 Capiatá, Rubio Ñu 1-2 Cerro Porteño, General Díaz 1-1 Cerro de Franco, Nacional 3-2 Sol de América, Guaraní 2-1 Carapeguá, Libertad P-P Luque
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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Du mener ikke, O Detonador har fornødne erfaring? Heller ikke til blot en udtagelse?

Han var vant starter i nogle af hjemlandets bedste klubber, topscorer i Campeonato Gaúcho og nu med mål i hver 3. kamp som primært andenangriber/kant.

Oscar har også langt fra præsteret seneste tid, men denne udtagelse kan jeg da i det mindste forstå pga. udsigterne - vi snakker trods alt over et år endnu. Det skal du huske.

Det er i orden at forsvare A Seleção, men baseret på Scolaris resultater og beslutninger må der være grænser. Det er en lukket fest, apropos snakken om Albiceleste.

Nok har Jonas ikke "navnet", "transfersummerne" eller måske endda "klubben", men han er så absolut en bedre spiller end dagens Dinho, Kaká og flere af de andre.
En gyser er at holde med flagermus og ulve.

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