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vanelvan - 03/08/2011 07:55 PM
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Chelsea Season Review 2010 2011

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A 33 ans, André Villas-Boas, brillante révélation 2011, quitte le FC Porto pour Chelsea. On parle du futur fair-play financier concocté par l’UEFA de Platini ? Abramovitch semble ne pas s’en soucier : ses moyens considérables lui permettront a priori de toujours remettre au pot, recruter, combler les déficits, effacer les ardoises… Jusqu’au jour où il gagnera enfin cette Ligue des Champions qu’il s’est juré de remporter ? Ou bien jusqu’au jour où, las d’échouer année après année, il dira stop ? Peut-être que, comme au poker, Abramovitch « fait tapis » en abattant avec Villas-Boas sa dernière carte maîtresse, en plus des nouvelles recrues à venir (Hulk, Facao, Lukaku d’Anderlecht, Mödric de Tottenham, Sneijder, Neymar ?) Le magnat russe a déjà englouti 58 millions d’Euros pour Fernando Torrès… La pression va être terrible pour Villas-Boas, seulement coach à part entière depuis deux ans (Academica Coimbra et Porto) ! Deux tropismes typically british accompagnent son arrivée à Londres. La couleur bleu, commune à Porto et Chelsea, et comme le sang bleu aristocrate au royaume de la gentry (AVB est arrière petit-fils d’un vicomte). Autre prédestination british : « Andrew » a des origines anglaises par l’un de ses grands-parents, hyper précoce, il a été intégré à 18 ans comme adjoint technique de Porto du coach Bobby Robson qui l’a envoyé plus tard bosser à la Fédé écossaise, puis en observateur à Ipswich Town, puis sélectionneur des Îles Vierges britanniques en 2000. La finale de C1 2013 serait encore jouée à Wembley, à l’occasion du 150ème anniversaire de la Fédé anglaise : Chelsea, premier club londonien sacré à Londres ? Sir Andrew Villas-Boas décoré par la Reine ? André aura-t-il enfin tué le père (José) ?

«André Villas-Boas, pourquoi avoir choisi Chelsea?
La décision a été très difficile à prendre. Porto sera toujours ma ville, mon club. Mais tout le monde ressent le besoin d'un changement à un moment de sa vie, et ça a été le cas pour moi, contre l'avis de ma famille, d'ailleurs. J'ai senti le besoin d'un nouveau défi. D'autres clubs m'ont fait des propositions (NDLR : l'Inter en particulier), mais je voulais revenir à Chelsea quatre ans après en être parti (ilyfctt l'assistant de José Mourinho de 2004 à 2007), auprès de gens que je connais.
Que vous a dit Roman Abramovitch au téléphone? Vous a-t-il fixé des objectifs précis?
Roman Abramovitch ne parle pas au téléphone ! (Rires.) Vous savez quelles sont les attentes dans ce club: être présent dans la lutte pour tous les titres. Le deal, c'est de gagner tout de suite. Qui s'attend à ce qu'un manager de Chelsea reste en place s'il n'atteint pas ses objectifs ? À Porto comme à Chelsea, si vous ne réussissez pas, c'est la fin de l'histoire.

Qu'en est-il de l'avenir de joueurs comme Didier Drogba, qu'on annonce sur le départ?
Je suis plus que satisfait de l'effectif actuel. Chelsea est un club qui a beaucoup gagné lors des six ou sept dernières années, il faut donc procéder avec soin. Je veux réunir tous les joueurs qui étaient là l'an passé, et je prendrai des décisions après. J'ai passé toute la semaine dernière à prendre mes repères, à me présenter aux gens, à apprendre à les connaître. Pour les transferts, il reste encore beaucoup de temps. Ce qui compte, c'est que les joueurs actuels se sentent importants. Tous seront là le 6 juillet (date de la reprise de l'entraînement). J'ai déjà parlé avec quelques-uns d'entre eux au téléphone. Ils m'ont dit que, pour eux aussi, c'était un nouveau départ, et ça, c'est bien. Je ne suis pas d'accord avec l'idée que des changements de personnel sont indispensables. Mais je le suis avec le fait que des changements mineurs peuvent être apportés ici et là. À Chelsea, la plupart des joueurs ont beaucoup gagné et ont toujours faim de succès. Je ne suis pas quelqu'un qui recherche la confrontation.

John Terry restera-t-il le capitaine des Blues?
John est une référence pour ce club. Les leaders, ça se reconnaît, et la plupart des joueurs de Chelsea reconnaissent un leader en lui. Mais si je vois d'autres leaders dans le vestiaire, ils hériteront du brassard eux aussi, de temps à autre. Quand John sera disponible, il sera capitaine. S'il est dans l'équipe.
Quid de Fernando Torres, qui a vécu six premiers mois très difficiles à Chelsea?
J'ai vécu une situation identique à Porto l'an passé avec Falcao. En présaison, il était incapable de marquer, ce qui le frustrait beaucoup. Nous avons alors reformaté l'équipe et il a fini la saison avec plus de trente buts. Ce qui est en cause, ce n'est pas le réglage d'un joueur, mais celui d'une équipe, et c'est ce qu'on va essayer de faire avec Torres. Il faut que tous les joueurs de l'équipe jouent les uns pour les autres.
Quel style de jeu voulez-vous adopter?
Il ne s'agit pas seulement de gagner. Il faut aussi le faire avec panache. Il faut également respecter ce que Carlo (Ancelotti) a accompli, et avec la manière. Ce serait stupide de ne pas intégrer ce qu'il a légué. En termes de préparation tactique, je vais m'adapter à l'environnement de combat de la Premier League; c'est une question d'équilibre. Il ne s'agit pas d'imposer ses idées de façon dictatoriale, mais de les adapter.
Cela vous ennuierait-il de travailler avec un directeur sportif, Guus Hiddïnk, par exemple?
Nous sommes engagés dans un processus de restructuration du club, et je n'ai aucun problème pour travailler avec un directeur du football ou un directeur sportif. Le plus important est de placer des gens compétents aux postes qui conviennent. Pour ce qui est du recrutement, je ne vois pas pourquoi un entraîneur n'aurait pas la responsabilité des transferts. J'aurai cette liberté. On ne m'imposera aucun joueur. Modric, Falcao sont tous des joueurs de très grande qualité-Mais nous en suivons beaucoup d'autres. On peut cibler ce qu'il y a de mieux sur le marché, c'est un avantage. Chelsea est un club où tout le monde veut jouer ».


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vanelvan - 03/08/2011 07:58 PM
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Chelsea Season Review 1988 1989

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Not since the early seventies when the likes of Osgood, Hudson and company wrote their own telling chapter in the history of Chelsea Football Club has there been such a buzz at The Bridge'. The 1988/89 season saw The Blues' back in the First Division at the first attempt and with what style! 94 goals, 99 points -17 more than their closest rivals saw them achieve the Second Division Championship. Skipper Graham Roberts, Dixon, Durie, Beasant just some of the men who sounded the warning to the First Division elite the boys from the Kings Road are back! The goals, the drama, captured here on video, truly a must for every Chelsea fan.


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vanelvan - 03/08/2011 08:06 PM
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Chelsea VS Manchester United
Finale ligue Champions 2008
21 May 2008
Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Referee Ľuboš Micheľ (Slovakia)
Attendance 67,310

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It sparked wild celebrations for Sir Alex Ferguson and his players in the Moscow rain as United won Europe's elite trophy for the third time, a triumph made more poignant as it came 50 years on from the Munich air crash. Ferguson had made it his mission to take the trophy back to Manchester this year in memory of those who died, and those who survived, in the tragedy in Munich in February 1958. And it gave the 66-year-old Scot his second Champions League triumph, repeating the success against Bayern Munich in Barcelona in 1999.

Ronaldo had been giving Michael Essien a torrid time, and his threat was transformed into tangible results after 26 minutes when he soared above the Chelsea defender to meet Wes Brown's cross and head his 42nd goal of the season. Chelsea were almost gifted an equaliser in bizarre circumstances seven minutes later when Van der Sar was forced to claw away a header from his own defender, Rio Ferdinand, after Drogba forced Lampard's cross into the six-yard box. Petr Cech somehow denied Manchester United a second in the 34th minute after a stunning move that swept from one end of the field to the other in an instant and left Chelsea exposed. Wayne Rooney found Ronaldo with a raking pass, and his cross was delivered to perfection for Tevez, whose header was blocked by Cech - who then recovered to make a magnificent one-handed save from Michael Carrick's follow-up effort. Tevez was denied again four minutes before the interval when he escaped the attentions of Makelele but could not slide in Rooney's low cross.

Chelsea captain Terry had to be consoled by boss Avram Grant as he broke down in tears after missing the penalty that would have given his side the trophy. He slipped in his run-up on turf made treacherous by a torrential downpour and sent his kick against the upright. The penalty shoot-out capped a thrilling game with passages of play of the highest calibre, with United dominating the first half but Chelsea showing huge reserves of character, resilience and ability to dominate after the break. United may have been fuelled by the fates, however, and they rode their luck before Sir Bobby Charlton - a survivor of the Munich disaster - joined the players in the ceremony as they went up to collect their medals. The opening exchanges amounted to little more than sparring, but the game burst into life after 20 minutes following an aerial collision between Paul Scholes and Claude Makelele that left both players with a yellow card and the Manchester United veteran with a bloody nose.
United were left to regret their missed chances when Chelsea took advantage of several slices of good fortune to equalise on the stroke of half-time. Essien's shot was speculative at best, but two crucial deflections off Vidic and Ferdinand saw the ball fall kindly for Lampard, who slotted in a neat finish - and his celebration demonstrated that the goal was dedicated to the memory of his late mother Pat, who died in April. Chelsea were transformed by the equaliser, passing with purpose and looking the more likely side. And the much-debated Luzhniki Stadium pitch was suddenly starting to exert an influence, with both Ferdinand and Lampard suffering from cramp. Drogba had been a peripheral figure for much of the game, but he produced a moment of brilliance with 13 minutes left when he curled a right-foot shot against the post from 25 yards. There was a moment of history three minutes from the end of normal time when Ryan Giggs replaced Scholes to make his 759th appearance for United, beating the previous club record held by United legend Charlton, who was watching from the stands.

Chelsea boss Grant bizarrely left it until two minutes into extra-time to make his first change, sending on Salomon Kalou for the disappointing Florent Malouda. The woodwork denied Chelsea again seconds later when a superbly disguised pass from Michael Ballack set up Lampard, but his shot rebounded to safety off the bar with Van der Sar beaten. United were left cursing 10 minutes into extra time when Chelsea captain Terry headed off the line miraculously from Giggs after Patrice Evra had shown pace and strength to fashion the opening. Rooney had suffered a frustrating evening, and he looked less than satisfied when he was hauled off as United introduced the pace and unpredictability of Nani. Drogba was sent off four minutes from the end of extra time by Slovakian referee Lubos Michel for slapping Vidic after an ugly melee developed when Chelsea felt Tevez had been unsporting in returning the ball after a break for players to be treated for cramp. Tevez and Carrick were on target for United as the shoot-out started, with Ballack and Juliano Belletti following suit for Chelsea. Ronaldo then made a hash of his effort, stopping in his run-up before seeing his kick saved by Cech. Lampard was successful from the spot and Owen Hargreaves scored under pressure before Ashley Cole's penalty took Chelsea to the brink of victory. Nani scored to prolong the tension, but with defeat staring United in the face, Terry threw them a lifeline with his miss. Substitutes Anderson and Kalou traded successful kicks before Giggs threw all the responsibility on Anelka as the shoot-out reached sudden death - and it proved too much for the striker, who saw his penalty palmed away by Van der Sar to crown United as kings of European football once again.

Man Utd: Van der Sar, Brown (Anderson 120), Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra, Hargreaves, Scholes (Giggs 87), Carrick, Ronaldo, Tevez, Rooney (Nani 101).
Subs Not Used: Kuszczak, O'Shea, Fletcher, Silvestre.
Booked: Scholes, Ferdinand, Vidic, Tevez.
Goals: Ronaldo 26.
Chelsea: Cech, Essien, Carvalho, Terry, Ashley Cole, Ballack, Makelele (Belletti 120), Lampard, Joe Cole (Anelka 99), Drogba, Malouda (Kalou 92).
Subs Not Used: Cudicini, Shevchenko, Obi, Alex.
Sent Off: Drogba (116).
Booked: Makelele, Carvalho, Ballack, Essien.
Goals: Lampard 45.
Man Utd win 6-5 on penalties


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vanelvan - 03/08/2011 08:14 PM
#44

Juventus VS Manchester United
Semi Final ligue Champions 1999
April 1999
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In the qualifying round, a 2-0 win over Lodz at Old Trafford, and a 0-0 draw in Poland, took English league runners-up Manchester United
into the league. Their campaign began with a breathtaking game of football against Barcelona at Old Trafford. With Giggs and Scholes cutting swathes through the Spanish defence, the first goal came early on, Giggs soaring to connect with a Beckham cross in the 17th minute. Seven minutes later, Scholes stuck in a rebound from keeper Ruud Hesp. In the second half, Barcelona were irresistible. Rivaldo found Sonny Anderson, whose shot through the United defence eluded Schmeichel. In the 60th minute, Stam fouled Rivaldo in the area and Giovanni converted the penalty. 2-2.

Beckham curved in a glorious 25-yard free-kick four minutes later, and Luis Enrique levelled with a penalty minutes later after Nicky Butt handled. At the Olympic Stadium, Elber struck first for Bayern Munich in the 1 Hh minute From what seemed an offside position. United fought back, and a Beckham cross in the 24th minute was met by a splendid diving header from Yorke which beat Oliver Kahn. Just after the break, a Yorke flick found Scholes and Kahn was beaten again. In the last minute, Bixente Lizarazu sent a long through ball into the box, Schmeichel failed to reach it, and Elber headed in the equaliser.

In game three in Denmark, played on a sodden pitch. United crushed Brondby. Defensive confusion allowed Giggs an easy goal in the 2nd minute, and Giggs again rose above the defence to head in a Jesper Blomqvist cross twenty minutes later. Giggs then turned provider, sending Cole down the pitch to sidefoot a shot past keeper Mogens Krogh. Brondby scored from a free-kick in the 34th minute, but United notched up three more within eight minutes in the second half. In the 54th minute, Keane headed in off the post, then Yorke headed in a Neville cross, and a Solskjaer drive from a Yorke lay-off took the tally to six. Ebbe Sand scored a last-minute consolation.
Now top of the league, United handed out more punishment to Brondby at Old Trafford, where the defensive Danes could not cope with the fast raiding of the United forwards. In the 6th minute, Beckham turned in a 30-yard free-kick, and Phil Neville and Cole, the latter with a delicate chipped shot from a tight angle, added to the scoreline. In the 28th minute, a mazy run from Blomqvist set Beckham free on the wing and his perfectly-judged cross was headed in by Yorke. Scholes added a fifth in the second half.

Another thrilling game took place at the Nou Camp. Barcelona, needing maximum points, dominated the opening spell with Anderson scoring in the first minute. Schmeichel saved well from Rivaldo and Anderson, and United replied in the 25th minute when Blomqvist passed from the left to Yorke and the striker's 20-yard effort beat keeper Hesp. Shortly after the break, a Cole and Yorke one-two was converted by Cole. In the 56th minute, a swerving, left-foot free kick from Rivaldo deceived an out-of-position Schmeichel, and twelve minutes later Yorke headed in a Beckham cross. Rivaldo's overhead kick in the 73rd minute levelled a frantic game, although the Brazilian still had time to hit the bar from 35 yards. United now had to beat Bayern at Old Trafford to qualify as league leader. With Effenberg and Jens Jeremies dominating midfield, Elber and Zickler both headed just wide in the first half.
However, United struck first when Giggs cut the ball back from the left and Keane sent a low shot past Kahn in the 43rd minute. Wing-back Thomas Strunz headed on an Effenberg corner in the 57th minute and the Bosnian striker Hasan Salihamidzic put the ball over the line. Towards the end, with both teams realising they had the points they needed to progress, the game turned into something of a charade. At the whistle, United had qualified as second-best runner-up.
Then in the Quarter Final, United passed Inter Milan and it was time for the Semi against Juventus.


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lionelmessi10. - 03/08/2011 09:39 PM
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gan, pindah thread kesini ya gan? minta tottenham vs. madrid UCL 2010/11 ada ga gan?
FreyD - 04/08/2011 04:15 AM
#46

assssiiik ada link video match lagi :2thumbup

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soetamieq - 04/08/2011 05:34 AM
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Wwwwiiiihhhh pindah thread euy.
Agan-agan yang terhormat, saya menanti laga testimonialnya VdS (Ajax Dream Team vs VdS Dream Team.) barusan.
Hehehe..
novicehack - 04/08/2011 11:45 AM
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Wwwwiiiihhhh pindah thread euy.
Agan-agan yang terhormat, saya menanti laga testimonialnya VdS (Ajax Dream Team vs VdS Dream Team.) barusan.
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gloome - 04/08/2011 05:33 PM
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Wah, thread baru matabelo:
Goodluck nih..
Semoga lebih baik dari thread sebelumnya beer:
f1x3d - 04/08/2011 06:05 PM
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lionelmessi10. - 04/08/2011 07:13 PM
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sukses gan utk thread barunya.. semoga rame dehh.. ngmng2, liga apa gan yg
udh mulai?
vanelvan - 04/08/2011 08:28 PM
#52

Real Madrid Vs Tottenham
Quarter Finals
First leg
5 April 2011
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
Madrid
Referee: F. Brych
Attendance: 71657

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Tottenham's fairytale UEFA Champions League campaign continues as the Santiago Bernabeu provides the setting for one of the biggest nights in their history. Spurs have scripted a remarkable story on their maiden voyage in Europe's premier club competition, having defied the odds just to finish fourth in the Premier League last season.


An early exit loomed large after falling 3-0 behind to Young Boys in the play-off round way back in August, but from that moment on there have been considerably more highs than lows on a rollercoaster ride for supporters. Having finished above Inter Milan, FC Twente and Werder Bremen in the group phase, Spurs overcame AC Milan 1-0 on aggregate in the last 16. The draw for the quarter-finals pitted Tottenham against the mighty Real Madrid but, despite being underdogs, Harry Redknapp has taken his men to the Spanish capital with no fear. Peter Crouch's away goal at the San Siro proved decisive in the previous round and Spurs will be aiming for similar heroics in Tuesday's first leg at the Bernabeu. Recent form suggests victory is unlikely, with Tottenham having not won since that famous night in Italy and failed to score in virtually a month.

Some observers have argued that they are running out of steam after such an exhausting campaign, with injuries taking their toll on Redknapp's squad and those players that remain fit struggling for freshness. Tottenham's bid for a second straight top-four finish has certainly suffered a setback, following back-to-back goalless draws in the Premier League. A more optimistic outlook, however, would be to consider the three consecutive clean sheets Spurs have kept as an encouraging sign going into such a tough away game.

Tottenham's spirits may also have been lifted by the fact that Real Madrid suffered a surprise 1-0 loss to Sporting Gijon on Saturday, a first home league defeat in more than nine years for manager Jose Mourinho. Real's record at the Bernabeu has otherwise been exemplary, and the Champions League will definitely be Mourinho's priority now after admitting the Primera Liga title is slipping out of reach.
Los Blancos have won all four of their European home games this season without conceding a goal, having swept aside Lyon 3-0 in the previous round following a 1-1 draw in France. While Tottenham are boosted by having Bale back, Mourinho will also be able to call on his own star man after Cristiano Ronaldo was named in the Real squad. The Portugal international missed the defeat to Sporting Gijon with a hamstring injury and had been expected to sit out the visit of Tottenham, but he came through training unscathed on Monday and Mourinho is set to take what he admits is a risk.
Gonzalo Higuain has also been included in the squad after making a successful return from back surgery at the weekend. Marcelo (bruised rib) trained on Monday, and though Angel di María did not, the winger has been included in the squad along with Kaka (knee). However, Karim Benzema is missing after the striker picked up a hamstring injury on international duty with France last week. Midfield duo Fernando Gago and Pedro Leon are also unavailable through injury, while Raul Albiol and Sergio Canales have been left out of the squad.


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vanelvan - 04/08/2011 08:50 PM
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Chelsea Vs Barcelona

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Second Leg
6 May 2009
Stamford Bridge,
London
Referee Tom Henning Øvrebø
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On parlera bien sûr de la prestation héroïque des Blues, de la sublime volée d'Essien, de cette banderille d'Iniesta dans les arrêts de jeu, mais aussi et surtout de l'arbitrage accablant de Mr Tommy Ovrebo. Car si Chelsea n'ira pas à Rome, défier pour la deuxième année consécutive Manchester United en finale de la C1, c'est surtout par sa faute. Le Norvégien a faussé le match en omettant notamment de siffler trois pénaltys valables en faveur de l'équipe londonienne.

L'arbitre scandinave, que les Lyonnais connaissent très bien puisqu'il les a arbitrés en mars dernier, a été accablant et c'est à se demander comment un arbitre de ce niveau ait été désigné pour un match d'une aussi grande importance. Les erreurs de jugement qu'il a faites ont été indénombrables, et la plupart ont été défavorables au Chelsea, voir même préjudiciables, comme ce pénalty non sifflé à la 92e minute, après qu'Eto'o ait touché le ballon du bras dans sa propre surface. Ce jugement erroné fut celui de trop et a mis les Blues en colère noire et il suffisait de voir leur comportement, compréhensible, mais inexcusable, au coup de sifflet final, pour s'en convaincre. Les Londoniens se sont à coup sûr se sentis volés et l'injustice fut trop flagrante pour être anodine, car avant celle d'Eto'o, il y avait également la main de Piqué dans la surface sur une frappe d'Anelka. Ovrebo ne la signala pas, pourtant le défenseur barcelonais l'a reconnue après le match en déclarant : "Pour être honnête, la balle a touché ma main, même si je ne voulais pas la toucher".

Au risque de s'y méprendre, et contrairement à ce que ce match pourrait laisser croire, Ovrebo n'en est pas à son premier match arbitré en Ligue des Champions et dans son pays il a réussi à pousser vers la retraite le célèbre Terje Hauje, et s'est aussi offert le prix Kniksen, qui récompense le meilleur arbitre du championnat local, à cinq reprises. Cela dit, l'Uefa ne pourra pas dire qu'elle ne connaissait que du bien de lui. En effet, à l'occasion du précédent Euro, Ovrebo s'était déjà attiré les foudres de tout un peuple, en l'occurrence celui de l'Italie. Lors de la rencontre entre la Squadra et la Roumanie, il a été tout sauf équitable, puisqu'il a privé les transalpins d'un but valable, tout en sifflant contre eux un pénalty inexistant. Ces erreurs, il les a payées cher car il n'a plus officié durant cette compétition. Apparemment, les instances du football européen ont la mémoire courte et c'est tous les joueurs de Chelsea qui l'ont regretté. Certains d'une manière excessivement virulente, comme Drogba. L'Ivoirien a, en effet, jugé l'élimination de son équipe comme "une p….. de disgrâce". Ovrebo aura beau à présent user de ses vertus de psychologue (c'est son métier), il n'arbitrera probablement plus jamais un grand match européen car les erreurs, aussi humaines soient-elles, ne peuvent pas être tolérées lorsqu'elles sont aussi nombreuses.
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vanelvan - 04/08/2011 08:59 PM
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Manchester City Vs Dynamo Kiev
City of Manchester Stadium
17 march 2011
Arbitre: C. Cakir
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Manchester City must overturn a two-goal deficit against Dynamo Kiev if they are to remain in the Europa League. A 2-0 defeat in Ukraine in the first leg of their last-16 tie has left the Blues with a tough ask in the return date at Eastlands. On a positive note for Roberto Mancini's side, they have fared admirably on home soil in continental competition. They have suffered just one defeat in 15 fixtures at Eastlands, with that solitary setback coming against FC Midtjylland in a Uefa Cup qualifier on 14th August 2008. City have also won their last three European games in front of their own supporters, scoring three times on each occasion.

That is the challenge facing them again on Thursday, as they attempt to edge their way into the quarter-finals. Yuri Semin's Kiev will be no pushovers, though, despite their record against English opposition making for disappointing reading.
The Ukrainian giants have never won in England, in nine attempts, while their last two visits to Manchester saw them fail to find the target against Sir Alex Ferguson's United. They have, however, won their last three games on the road in the Europa League and are now unbeaten in seven, since losing to FC Sheriff during the group stage.

Manager Roberto Mancini has revealed Tevez is in need of a rest following his recent dip in form, but the Argentinian may have to wait for the international break with City needing to overturn a two-goal deficit this evening. Mancini said: “Carlos needs to work in the next week. In the last 45 days, it's been impossible. “If we have 20 or 23 players when we play four or five games in two weeks, we would be able to change six players every game. “We don't have that option and when you can't train it's difficult to keep the same level for one month or 45 days. That's the same for all the players.”


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All Roads Lead to Wembley

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lionelmessi10. - 04/08/2011 09:39 PM
#56

itu tottenham vs. madrid yg first leg yg 4-0 bkn gan?
vanelvan - 04/08/2011 09:55 PM
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itu tottenham vs. madrid yg first leg yg 4-0 bkn gan?


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Senderos66 - 04/08/2011 10:37 PM
#58

gan minta full match nya testimonial match dennis bergkamp dong gan hehe
thanks berat beer:
Senderos66 - 04/08/2011 10:39 PM
#59

sorry dopos..inet lg ngaco berbusa:
soetamieq - 04/08/2011 10:53 PM
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Edwin Van Der Sar Testimonial

Ajax v. Van Der Sar Dream Team

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