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Oh my God ! last night,was a big night for me ! i still can't believe it ! i have wanted to see Cannes Cinema Festival 2006 but it has deserved, goin to Stade de France/Paris, For watchin Arsenal-Barça ! i paid almost 370 € but to night i felt so happy and i I have enjoyed alot with my friends with champan and champan and champan.hahaha

 

Poor Arsenal,poor Lehman and T Henry !!! hahaha . . . Did you see,in Arsenal you couldn't find any english player.hahaha!!!!!!

 

 

Anyway,now all of the ppl undrestand why spanish teams are big and spanish league is the best in the world !!!!

 

2 weeks ago,we were happy for Sevilla and last night for Barçelona ! they are the best and maybe they will have some sorprises in Germany FIFA 06 :clap2: .

 

 

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Barca is an amazing team, I became their fan back ni the days when Maradona joined them!

 

Although Liverpool rulezzzzzzzzzzz!

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arriba españaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa :DD :clap2:

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españaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ,wonderfull match,fantastic team ! 4-0 arriba españaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa :clap2: :clap2: :clap2: :DD :DD :DD

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BA Komake davaar!

 

lol

 

hmm,koja ba komak-e davar !? pls give us all the details !

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EEE? Siamak jan to chera? Nimeye aval az 5 ta offside 4 tash dorost nabood! Baraye Ukrain.

 

Oon ekhraj ham ke... well... man hanooz nafahmidam sare chi bood! yek lahze keshid, vali keshidanesh ghashaang biroone mohavateye jarime bood... taze oonghadaam charge nakaard ke begi bazikon natoonest kari bekone, aslan penalti nabood.

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EEE? Siamak jan to chera? Nimeye aval az 5 ta offside 4 tash dorost nabood! Baraye Ukrain.

 

Oon ekhraj ham ke... well... man hanooz nafahmidam sare chi bood! yek lahze keshid, vali keshidanesh ghashaang biroone mohavateye jarime bood... taze oonghadaam charge nakaard ke begi bazikon natoonest kari bekone, aslan penalti nabood.

 

vaghti yek team,4-0 az team-e khoubi keh hich bakhti dar marhaleyeh aval nadashteh mibareh,digeh kasi beh davar gir nemideh ! chera ? choun Spain hich error nadasht ! ageh donbaleh davar-e bad hasti, nigah kon beh bazieh swiss-france dirouz ! penalty ro barayeh france nagereftan !

 

felan Spain va Italy,behtarin team hayeh hafteyeh aval hastan ! ta bebinim az emshab,kodoum team behtar misheh !

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Khob are, Spain baziro Aali shoroo kaard, vali agar shoma khodet ye footballist bashi, midooni ke vaghti team bad kar mikone, davaraam be khat eshtebahi hey be paaro pat beppiche dige asan nemitooni kari bekoni... mese nimeye avale in bazi.

 

Badesh nimeye dovom motmaen bash age Ukrain yek gol mizad hame chi avaz mishd, Vali aghaye davaar baziro ba oon Ekhraje alaki va Penalti mozhekesh kosht va raft peye karesh...

 

Vali daar majmoo Spain kheili khoob bood.

 

Holland Emsal yechizi mishe... Serbie kheili ghavie... faghat ye gol too kolle bazihaye moghadamati khordan, Az goroohe Spain be onvane teame avval oomadan bala.

 

Italy ham kheili khoob bood.

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:DD :clap2: :DD

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Capello leaves sinking Juve ship

 

 

Fabio Capello today stepped down as coach of Juventus to seemingly pave the way for a switch to Real Madrid.

 

Speculation has been rife for several weeks that Capello, who led Madrid to the Primera Liga title in the 1996/97 campaign, was becoming increasingly disgruntled with Juve’s off-field problems and had his heart set on a return to the Spanish capital.

 

And that possibility moved a step closer when the Turin club announced on their official website, www.juventus.com: “Juventus Football Club has accepted the resignation of Fabio Capello, in accordance with his wishes, and thanks him for the work that he has done.”

 

New Madrid president Ramon Calderon had made the appointment of Capello a key feature of his election manifesto and he has no doubts the Italian is bound for the Bernabeu.

 

Calderon said yesterday: “He [Capello] has gone to Turin to resolve his contractual situation with Juventus.

 

“He will be here in the next few days to begin his new work.

 

“We don’t have many days because the pre-season with all the players begins at the end of July ... Real Madrid will not have to pay a fee to get him.”

 

Capello’s decision to quit the Stadio delle Alpi and decamp to Madrid is unlikely to have taken long.

 

Juve are currently embroiled in a match-fixing trial, the prosecutor of which today recommended they be relegated to the third division (Serie C) and start the next campaign with a 15-point deduction.

 

 

 

The defence have yet to have their say and Juve may well be handed a more lenient sentence.

 

But it remains likely they will start the season outside Serie A, a situation which is bound to have repercussions with their playing staff, many of whom will not fancy the thought of trawling around the lower leagues.

 

But it is a scenario which will not now concern Capello.

 

Should he take over at Madrid, he will be faced with the task of overhauling an ageing squad which has been put firmly in the shadows by arch-rivals Barcelona in recent seasons.

 

Capello does have a track record of success though.

 

He led AC Milan to four Serie A crowns in five seasons in the 1990s and the Champions League title in 1994.

 

Following his short stint at Madrid, he made a trophy-less return to Milan but then regained the winning touch at Roma – guiding the Giallorossi to their first Scudetto in 18 years in 2001.

 

He then made an acrimonious move to Juve, helping the Bianconeri to two successive Serie A titles, although these may yet to be taken away should the club be found guilty of match-fixing.

 

 

Eyvallllllllllllll :DD :clap2:

 

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Javad Nekouman, international Iranian, card by the Osasuna.

 

 

The Osasuna announced the draftee of international the Iranian Javad Nekoumkan for the two next seasons, with option to one más.El midfield player arrives at Pamplona with the freedom letter, coming from the A Sharjah FC, of the United Arabes Emirates. The clause of rescission of the contract signed with Osasuna ascends to five euros million. Nekoumkan is international absolute with Iran, selection with which made debut the 31 of May of 2000 in a party before Jordan. This summer has disputed World-wide of Soccer of Germany, being eliminated in first round before Mexico. Altogether it has disputed 73 international encounter.

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Capello = Traitor, Giuda, Bastardo... puah! khak bar saresh! :bandana:

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Barcelona 0-3 Sevilla

 

 

Sevilla claimed a shock victory over European Champions Barcelona in the Uefa Super Cup in Monaco.

Renato gave the Uefa Cup winners an early lead, slotting home the rebound after Barca keeper Victor Valdes could not hold Luis Fabiano's shot.

 

Fredi Kanoute headed home Sevilla's second on the stroke of half-time after Valdes failed to clear a corner.

 

And when Fabiano was fouled in the box, Enzo Maresca's penalty sealed Sevilla's win over their Spanish rivals.

 

Barca are favourites to defend their title this season and become the first team in Champions League history to win back-to-back tournaments.

 

Frank Rijkaard's side won the Spanish Super Cup against Espanyol on Sunday and included all their big-name stars in their starting line-up - but they looked jaded here.

 

Former Chelsea striker Eidur Gudjohnsen had the best of Barca's chances, forcing a good save from Sevilla keeper Andres Palop - but clear-cut openings were few and far between for Rijkaard's men.

 

 

 

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Barcelona: Valdes, Belletti, Motta (Gudjohnsen 56), Marquez, Puyol, Xavi (Iniesta 56), Eto'o, Ronaldinho, Sylvinho (Giuly 71), Messi, Deco.

Subs Not Used: Jorquera, Zambrotta, Thuram, Oleguer.

 

Booked: Sylvinho.

 

Sevilla: Palop, Javi Navarro, David, Daniel, Adriano Correia (Puerta 80), Poulsen, Luis Fabiano (Marti 46), Renato, Kanoute, Escude, Jesus Navas (Maresca 75).

Subs Not Used: Cobeno, Chevanton, Dragutinovic, Hinkel.

 

Booked: Kanoute, Daniel, Javi Navarro, Palop, Escude.

 

Goals: Renato 6, Kanoute 44, Maresca 89 pen.

 

Ref: Stefano Farina (Italy).

 

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Reyes dons the Madridista kit for the first time

 

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He had to wait several days, but José Antonio Reyes finally did it. The last Real Madrid summer signing donned his new kit and took to the Santiago Bernabéu turf for the first time, while more than 2,000 supporters gathered in the stands to cheer him on.

 

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José Antonio Reyes was signed on 31 August, but he had to wait eight days before having the chance to put on his new kit. Shortly after being presented to the press, the Spanish midfielder proudly held up his new shirt, but it wasn't until later that he actually got to wear it in front of 22,000 fans who gathered at the Stadium. Reyes is the fifth signing, but first Spanish player, of the Ramón Calderón era at Real Madrid.

 

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Radiant in white, Reyes posed for the media with a proud smile across his face. While standing on one of the wings that he will be running on throughout the season, he never stopped greeting all the Madridistas who filled the stands. After kicking two footballs into the bleachers, he walked to the center of the pitch for the official photo session with Ramón Calderón and various Board members.

After completing his first training session as a Madridista, Reyes told Realmadrid.com and Realmadrid TV, “I am ecstatic to take the pitch at the Bernabéu.” He can say he has fulfilled his dream. All that is missing now are all the Real Madrid supporters who are looking forward to watching his electric moves along the left wing. Reyes is ready to play whenever Fabio Capello calls on him. He may have his first chance against Levante on Sunday, but we have to wait until tomorrow's teamsheet is posted to find out.

 

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Goalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ...

 

Levante 1 R Madrid 4 .

 

Hat trick by Van Nistelroy :clap2: :clap2: :clap2:

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Barcelona 5-0 Levski Sofia

(HT 2-0)

 

AL Iniesta 6

L Giuly 38

CS Puyol 48

S Eto'o 57

G Ronaldinho 90

 

Bookings:

GA Ivanov 64

Z Milanov 74

 

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Olympiacos 2-4 Valencia

(HT 1-2)

 

M Konstantinou 27

N Castillo 65

FS Morientes 33

FS Morientes 38

RT Albiol 84

FS Morientes 89

 

Bookings:

A Ouaddou 43

Bookings:

DEC Edu 74

RF Ayala 82

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O Lyon 2-0 Real Madrid

 

(HT 2-0)

 

CG Fred 10

CM Tiago 30

 

Bookings:

 

A Reveillere 37

 

Bookings:

 

G Sergio Ramos 31

d Roberto Carlos 47

F Cannavaro 60

M Diarra 90

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Happy Birthday Ronaldoooooooooooooooooooooo :DD :clap2: :DD

 

 

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R Madrid 5 Dinamo Kiev 1

 

Dishab ajab shabi boud,Raul 2 ta goal zad, Van Nistel roy ham 2 ta .

 

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We are the best . :clap2: :clap2:

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emshab agha javad vase osasuna bazi khahad kard, bebinim chi misheh ! javaddddddddddddd eyvalllll :clap2:

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Hello There Siamak

 

Barca might be the best team in the world .. however, This season .. Valencia are BURNING everyone :diablo:

 

Barca problem is Victor Valdes ... if it wasn't for Barca's defense - goals will shower on him like rain!

 

you saw what Villa did in Barca Vs Valencia latest match (Despite he is not 100% Physically ready)

 

David Villa = Victor Valdes' Jalaaad! Victor's worst nightmare :bandana:

 

On the other hand, They have Morientes who is My Favorite Spanish player :clap2:

A 1st Degree Striker that would sniff a goal form a mile

 

Not to mention Their wings .. Juaquin and Vicente!!

 

Guliy said " we are not afraid of real, but Valencia worries me"

 

Real need more time to adapt to the new tactitian!

 

I think on the second half of the season .. stuff will be challenging 4 Barca!

 

NOT TO MENTION THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE AND CHELSEA SEEKING REVENGE!

 

If only Barca had a goalkeeper with the potential of someone like Buffon or Casillas - They'd be A football gravyard for other teams :punk:

 

 

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hey... belakhareh yeki peidash shod keh football beshnase.. hehehe :clap2: :clap2:

 

doust-e azizam... Barça dastan dareh !!! right now, ageh tamdid nakoneh Ronaldinho ro, june07 momkeneh Ronaldinho bereh ! Dinho wanna lots money !!! 15% more than which Barça is payin him now !!!

 

khosh halam keh yeki peidash shod invara :D :dance_baby_wft: :clap2: :DD

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For the first time this week, Practice shots most important in a training session. Real Madrid's players practiced shooting on goal from different angles and distances for half an hour, except for Ronaldo, Guti and Beckham, who completed the session in the gym. Cassano and Salgado continued with the last stages of their recoveries.

 

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Real Madrid returned to work. On Thursday, the players attended a session based on an hour's hard work in the gym, and a one hour long practice match. This morning's training sesson was milder and focused mainly on practising shots on goal. Ronaldo and beckham didn't step onto the field. They preferred to complete the session in the gym. They will return to training with their teammates on Saturday's training session.

Today's session started in the warm-up room, where the players warmed up for twenty minutes doing stretching exercises and push-ups, as part of the week's programme set to tone up their muscles. The squad stepped onto the field later on and played piggy-in-the-middle prior to practicing shooting on goal.

 

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Multiple shots

 

Real Madrid players did practice shots with both legs, while assistant coaches Italo Galbiati and Toni Grande passed them the ball. The squad's three goalkeepers had to practice saving their teammates shots, and Diego López performed spectacularly. The shots practiced were volleys and set pieces, and every player managed to score, especially Roberto Carlos, who normally proves to be the best in these rounds due his powerful left leg.

 

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Emerson with Cassano

 

The Italian forward proved that his return to the team is imminent. He jogged and sprinted while being supervised by Massimo Neri. He was joined by Emerson at the end of the session. Coach Fabio Capello thinks that the Brazilian midfielder still lacks some speed, so he made him sprint with Cassano. Real Madrid's coach wants Emerson to be in the best possible form so that the team's midfield can be strengthened.

 

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Guti left the pitch before the session ended. He played piggy-in-the-middle with his teammates, but joined Beckham and Ronaldo in the gym after talking to Capello. Guti has shown this week that he is one of the fittest players on the team, and that he works very hard during training sessions.

 

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Míchel Salgado continued working with recovery expert José Luis San Martín. It seems he will rejoin the squad on Tuesday's training session in order to be ready to play in the match against Getafe.

 

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Today's session has served to build up the players more for the start of next week, when they will start working exclusively on their next League match against Getafe. The match will be followed by the important clashes against Steaua Bucharest and Barcelona.

 

 

After two weeks : R Madrid - Barça :clap2: :clap2: :clap2:

 

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The team react to Saturday's defeat with a shower of goals

 

Real Madrid cleared doubts from people's minds by playing well and scoring lots of goals in a Champions League match. Real Madrid dominated in order to help their qualifying for the Second Stage of the competition with goals by Ramos, Raúl, Robinho and a spectacular chip by Van Nistelrooy. This will prepare them to face Sunday's match against Barcelona the best possible way. Real Madrid will face Steaua Bucharest again in two weeks in the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.

 

Raúl, Cannavaro, Ramos and Robinho were the new players on the starting eleven, different from that devised by Fabio Capello on Saturday against Getafe. Their incorporation helped the Whites dominate the match practically from the very beginning. Real Madrid defended more in the first few minutes of the match due to the pressure exerted by Steaua Bucharest and their crowd, but after a few minutes, Capello's team positioned themselves correctly on the field. It was soon obvious that most of the Romanian side's worries were going to come from the left wing, when Roberto Carlos and Robinho each had a chance on goal.

Goal boosts morale

 

Real Madrid's first goal arrived at the time the Whites needed it most. Guti took a corner kick that Sergio Ramos headed, defeating Bucharest's goalkeeper. This goal was an example of Madrid authority, and it boosted the team's morale. It managed to silence the home crowd, but above all, it managed to calm the Whites down and made them realise that they were on the right path to earning the three points of the match. The goal was the beginning of the visiting team's dominance. Guti was master of the midfield, and he directed his team to his fancy; the defence was advanced and didn't experience many problems; Robinho and Roberto Carlos kept pressuring Steaua; and Emerson and Diarra understood each other well. All this led to two more Real Madrid chances on goal -one was a weak shot by Robinho, and the other a fast turn-over by Van Nistelrooy that ended in a corner kick- and the match's second goal.

 

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Raúl keeps scoring

After the first thirty minutes had gone by, Real Madrid's captain took advantage of a clear the local goalkeeper had done of a Van Nistelrooy shot, and managed to score the second goal of the game. It was a fast and precise play, like Capello likes them to be, where Robinho and Emerson looked for the goal to happen. The second goal was scored in the 33rd minute, and it evidenced that tonight's Real Madrid had nothing to do with the team that faced Getafe on Saturday. Raúl keeps increasing his Champions League scoring record.

 

Steaua did what Real Madrid allowed them to. Bostina and Dica were the Romanian side's most dangerous players, and Casillas only had to save one shot kicked by Steaua's number '10'. The defence stood firm, with Iván Helguera using well the second chance Capello has given him. By half time, Real Madrid had shown they were far superior.

 

The beginning of the second half looked very much like the first. Real madrid kept dominating, and the Romanian side had even less strength than before. Robinho kept trying hard from the left wing, and was eventually rewarded with the match's third goal. He ran down the wing and shot with his right leg, scoring thanks to the slight aid of one of Steaua Bucharest's defenders. Real Madrid's number '10' responded well to being a starter, and the Romanian crowd applauded his efforts.

 

Steaua react

The Romanian coach made two changes, and his team reacted in an isolated play in which neither Emerson nor Cannavaro were able to clear the ball. Badea scored Steaua's goal by taking an easy shot close to the goal line. This was the best moment the local team had in the match.

 

But it was just a mirrage, because Van Nistelrooy soon gave them a big blow with an impressive goal. Raúl had had a good chance before, but it was the Dutch striker who managed to chip keeper Fernández. The extraordinary goal sentenced the match. Ronaldo had a chance of scoring the fifth in the very last moments of the game, but it wasn't to be. In fifteen days, Real Madrid will have a chance of finishing the Group Stages as group leader, by facing Steaua again in Madrid.

 

 

MATCH REPORT:

 

1 – STEAUA BUCHAREST: Fernández; Saban (Thereau 57’), Goian, Ghihonea, Marin; Incolita, Paraschiv (Oprita 78’), Lovin (Petre 62’), Bostina; Dica and Badea .

 

4 – REAL MADRID Casillas; Ramos, Helguera, Cannavaro, Roberto Carlos; Raúl, Emerson, Diarra, Robinho; Guti (Beckham 70’) and Van Nistelrooy (Ronaldo 78’).

 

GOALS:

 

0-1, 8': Ramos scores a header from a corner kick.

0-2, 33': Raúl scores by taking a clear by Fernández.

0-3, 55': Robinho scores after an individual play down the left wing.

1-3, 64': Badea scores close to the goal line.

1-4, 75': Van Nistelrooy scores by chipping the keeper.

 

REFEREE: Roberto Rosetti (Italian). Booked Dica (27’) and Goian (74’).

 

HIGHLIGHTS: Third Champions League Group Stage match.

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