Second Divisions around Europe

Discussion in 'Football' started by denirobob, 9 May 2005.

  1. denirobob

    denirobob IBERIAN PRIMERA

    28 June 2002
    Henley, Oxfordshire
    Thought i'd be good to start seeing what other clubs we'll be able to get our hands on in WE9/PES 5. Any info, especially on new teams e.g those not relegated last year like Celta much appreciated.


    1 .FC Köln
    2 MSV Duisburg
    3 Eintracht Frankfurt

    1 Celta
    2 Alavés
    3 Cádiz

    1 Nancy
    2 Le Mans
    3 Troyes

    1 Genoa
    2 Empoli
    3 Torino
  2. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Genoa will be able to play their Derby against Sampdoria. Their star player is Diego Milito, you may remember him from Racing Club or the national team of Argentina. Great striker, 24, scores a shitload. Torino have basically the same team they did 2 years ago, pinga and Marazzina in attack.
  3. Tim7

    Tim7 Retired Footballer

    6 May 2003
    Charlton Athletic FC
    The English teams guaranteed in next year's Premiership are at the moment:


    And in a month we will know the 3rd lucky team.
  4. Stringer Bell

    Stringer Bell Banned

    12 February 2005
    French Legie 2

    Le Mans

    These two second division french team look like there coming up.
  5. OPM

    OPM ...

    2 June 2003
    2.Bundesliga Teams


    1.FC Köln
    MSV Duisburg

    55 Points Frankfurt
    54 Points 1860 Munich
    53 Points Spvgg Greuther Fürth

    Most likley Frankfurt to go up 3rd, but they lost at home today against Duisburg.

    2 Games left, Munich and Fürth still have chances left.
  6. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Celta has a good team, maintained the argentine players Eduardo Berizzo, Sebastián Méndez, Gustavo López and the striker Facundo Sava, the chilean Pablo Contreras, the uruguayan Fabián Canobbio and the brazilians Everton Giovanella and Vágner. Besides counts on the Ivory Coast slide back Yago, the veteran greek Zisis Vryzas, and the portuguese Nuno Capucho and the spanish base with the goalkeeper José Manuel Pinto, the defenders Sergio and Iago Bouzón, the midfielders Jandro, Jonathan, José Ignacio and Txomín Nagoré, and the ex Valencia Juan Sánchez and the ex Real Mallorca Jesús Perera.

    I believes Cádiz has less figures but a good team too, the best figure now the argentinan midfielder Matías Pavoni. It has to ex Rayo Vallecano Ramón De Quintana, the ex Sevilla Fredi, and the uruguayan Andrés Fleurquín, in attack the serbian Nenad Mirosavljevic, the ex Real Betis Oli and the new figure Jonathan Sesma.

    Deportivo Alavés has the best economy for Dmitri Pitterman, it has to the argentinan goalkeeper and ex Barcelona Roberto Bonano, so the ex Vélez Sarsfield Maximiliano Flotta, and the veteran Óscar Téllez in defense, the russian zar Alexander Mostovoi, and the known players as Enrique De Lucas, Edú Alonso and the young ex Barcelona Sergio Santamaría. In the attack from Senegal Pape Thiaw, the ex Racing Santander Rodolfo Bodipo, the brazilian Mario Jardel and Juan Epitié.
  7. OPM

    OPM ...

    2 June 2003




    1.FC Cologne
    MSV Duisburg
    Eintracht Frankfurt
  8. punkt

    punkt Guest



    Beira Mar


    Paços Ferreira
  9. gerd

    gerd Retired Footballer

    8 January 2002
    Over the moon
    KRC Genk, Spurs



    and a second team after play-offs, almost certainly Roeselare

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