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South American Futebol Thread

Discussion in 'Football' started by Professor Nutmeg, 15 March 2004.

  1. Professor Nutmeg

    Professor Nutmeg ML Fanatic

    3 July 2002
    Master League
    Let's talk Futebol in here :D
    Perhaps some of our South American board members can post stuff in here.

    So then...
    did anyone catch Sao Paulo (Brasil) vs Deportiva de Quito (Ecuador) in the Copa Libertadores de América? Sao Paulo won 1-0, a great chip goal by Luis Fabiano. 8) Apparently he's under contract there until 2008 or something, but i imagine he'll be wanted over in Europe soon.
     
  2. babs

    babs Guest

    Corinthians :D

    Ok, not such a great season last time out, but still the greats :)
     
  3. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Santos (Brasil) 1-0 Barcelona (Ecuador)
    68' Robinho (Santos)

    Sao Caetano (Brasil) 1-2 América (Mexico)
    69' Pavel Pardo (América)
    75' Marcinho (Sao Caetano)
    85' Reinaldo Navia (América)

    Deportes Tolima (Colombia) 2-3 River Plate (Argentina)
    50' Daniel Montenegro (River Plate)
    64' Ricardo Ciciliano (Deportes Tolima)
    78' Justiniano Peña (Deportes Tolima)
    88' Fernando Cavenaghi (River Plate)
    91' Fernando Cavenaghi (River Plate)

    Cienciano (Peru) 1-2 Nacional (Uruguay)
    21' Sebastián Eguren (Nacional)
    44' Fabián Coelho (Nacional)
    48' Sergio Ibarra (Cienciano)

    Bad week for Cienciano, after they win the South American cup
    The favourite: Boca Juniors.
     
  4. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    The figures up to now:
    Reinaldo Navia (America / Mexico) *Chilean
    Jared Borgetti (Santos Laguna / Mexico)
    Luiz Fabiano (Sao Paulo / Brasil)
    Fernando Cavenaghi (River Plate / Argentina)
    Franklin Salas (LDU Quito / Ecuador)
    Alex (Cruzeiro / Brasil)
    Jefferson Farfán (Alianza Lima / Peru)
    Diego (Santos / Brazil)
    Guillermo Barros Schelotto (Boca Juniors / Argentina)
    Luis Alberto Bonnet (Sporting Cristal / Perú) *Argentinian
     
  5. Professor Nutmeg

    Professor Nutmeg ML Fanatic

    3 July 2002
    Master League
    Good to see these South American PES players.
    Hey Glavisted, do you know which club Peruvian striker, Roberto Silva plays for? Does he still play for San Luis (Mexico)?
    Also what are your thoughts on Luis Fabiano? Do you think he'll make a move to europe before his contract is up at Sao Paulo? Great goal he scored the other day.
     
  6. Rantboy

    Rantboy International

    27 December 2002
    Fluminense FC / Arsenal
    Luis Fabiano is a top player in Brasil and as you saw in that oportunity, he's an excellent finisher. I highly doubt that São Paulo will manage to hold him until... 2008 :shock: No way!

    He's also a polemic player, he is often involved in fights/arguments... He's got a great future ahead if he manages to control his lack of discipline and sign in an anger management program :mrgreen:

    As Ronaldo is injured right now and Adriano is struggling recently in Inter, most likely we will have a chance to see Luis Fabiano as staring lineup against Paraguay ;)
     
  7. georginho

    georginho Guest

    Didn't he have a spell at Rennes ?
     
  8. Professor Nutmeg

    Professor Nutmeg ML Fanatic

    3 July 2002
    Master League
    In season 01-02.
     
  9. Dominic

    Dominic Serie A Staff

    19 August 2003
    Netherlands
    Nutmeg, where do you get to see/follow South American 'futebol' ?
     
  10. Professor Nutmeg

    Professor Nutmeg ML Fanatic

    3 July 2002
    Master League
    Channel 5 :lol:
     
  11. ghazi

    ghazi Guest

    Anyone know why Ailton has never played for Brazil. The chubby bugger seems to score every time I see a Bremen game. Absolutely clinical when there is an opening. And he is creative as well. How come the national team hasnt called him. . . ever??
     
  12. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Roberto Silva plays in Alianza Lima. He plays the Libertadores Cup with the peruvian team, he played some months in Werder Bremen as a substitute of Claudio Pizarro.
    I believe Luiz Fabiano of Sao Paulo will moved to Europe soon, before the finish of his contract, is a figure in the Brasileirao and a pair of italian and spanish clubs are interested in the player, Perugia is the club with he probably had contacts.
     
  13. Dominic

    Dominic Serie A Staff

    19 August 2003
    Netherlands
    He isn't a Brazilian anymore. He was frustrated he wanted to play for a national side, so he changed to German. Voller though, declared that he would field Ailton when pigs would fly (well not in so many words).. So now.. Ailton is an official citizen of Qatar :D. He hopes to shoot them to the w.c.
     
  14. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Never the brazilian coach kept in mind simply.
    Therefore that Aílton has opted bor being nationalized qatari, Brazil had always too many options for the attack.
     
  15. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Best has to be Racing Club.!!!
     
  16. Fred_Gavioes

    Fred_Gavioes Brazilian showman

    19 February 2003
    Lowell/Massachusetts/USA
    CORINTHIANS and BRASIL
    yes, brazilian players that play in germany,england never get too much of attention of brazilian coaches, dunno know why... see, i'd love to see Edu from arsenal playin for brazil, but i dont think that will ever happen.

    most of the brazilian players are in italy,spain,portugal,france and brazil of course.
     
  17. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Examples:
    Giovane Elber, when he was a figure in Bayern Munchen
    Mario Jardel, in the Portuguese League he was top scorer of the world, twice i believes
    Edu of Arsenal.....
     
  18. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Guaraní (Paraguay) 3-1 Jorge Wilstermann (Bolivia)
    6' Kenji Fukuda (Guaraní)
    10' Thiago Leitao (Jorge Wilstermann)
    55' Osvaldo Díaz (Guaraní)
    65' Osvaldo Díaz (Guaraní)

    River Plate (Argentina) 1-0 Deportes Tolima (Colombia)
    38' Luis González (River Plate)

    UA Maracaibo (Venezuela) 1-1 Fénix (Uruguay)
    22' Enrique Colliard (UA Maracaibo)
    49' Marcelo Broli (Fénix)

    Bolívar (Bolivia) 2-0 Colo Colo (Chile)
    4' Rodrigo Suárez (Bolívar)
    47' José Alfredo Castillo (Bolívar)
     
  19. garyrob

    garyrob Guest

    anyone know if diego or robinho are lined up for any european sides in the summer

    starring roles in my cm 03/04 side

    also tevez from boca and cavenaghi from river

    2 more with great futures
     
  20. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Probably:
    Diego (Tottenham Hotspur or Deportivo La Coruña)
    Robinho (he doesn't have many offers yet)
    Carlos Tévez (Interesed Inter de Milan or Bayern Munchen, also Manchester United recently)
    Fernando Cavenaghi (Juventus, Parma or Ternana).
     
  21. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Diego announced he wants milan as its his dream to play for them. He also just recieved his italian passport :)
     
  22. Caniggia

    Caniggia League 1

    25 February 2002
    Helsingborg
    Robinho is still too weak physically, but a natural with the ball, he dribbles very well... unfortuneatly he's known to be kind of a troublemaker.
     
  23. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    The matter is that the Milan doesn't have interest for him. :l , Milan looking for a striker.
     
  24. Ernestito

    Ernestito Q7

    1 May 2003
    Berlin
    Besiktas
    whats the price for diego and robinho?
     
  25. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Well if Rui Costa leaves
     
  26. Dominic

    Dominic Serie A Staff

    19 August 2003
    Netherlands
    Diego has many dreams ;).
     
  27. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Here I said Diego (18 millions of dollars) and Robinho (20 millions of dollars), but the price for Robinho has descended in this moment to 15 millions aproximately.
     
  28. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Here I listened Diego (18 millions of dollars) and Robinho (20 millions of dollars), but the price for Robinho has descended in this moment to 15 millions aproximately.
     
  29. Fred_Gavioes

    Fred_Gavioes Brazilian showman

    19 February 2003
    Lowell/Massachusetts/USA
    CORINTHIANS and BRASIL
    diego is better than robinho... now.. maybe if robinho gets strong like ronaldinho is, he would very good.

    but now, he is too young, i prefer tevez from boca, instead of him
     
  30. Glavisted

    Glavisted Guest

    Tévez costs: 22 millions of dollars.
    Tévez is the most important player in South American playing in South America now.
    Too Diego, Robinho, Alex, Cavenaghi...
     

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