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CL: ALL RESULTS AND HIGHLIGHTS

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GRUP A

BORDEAUX – BAYERN MUNCHEN 2-1 (Ciani ’29, Planus ’40 / Ciani -aut. ‘6)

BORDEAUX 4-2-3-1

Carrasso – Chalme, Ciani, Planus, Tremoulinas – Fernando, Diarra – Plasil, Gourcuff, Wendel – Chamakh

Rezerve: Rame, Jurietti, Gouffran, Cavenaghi, Jussie, Bellion, Sane

Antrenor: Laurent Blanc

BAYERN MUNCHEN 4-3-1-2

Butt – Altintop, Van Buyten, Badstuber, Lahm – Van Bommel, Tymoshckuk, Schweinsteiger – Muller – Klose, Toni

Rezerve: Rensing, Demichelis, Gorlitz, Ottl, Sosa, Pranjic, Gomez

Antrenor: Luis van Gaal

JUVENTUS – MACCABI HAIFA 1-0 (Chiellini ’47)

JUVENTUS 4-2-3-1

Buffon – Zebina, Cannavaro, Chiellini, Grosso – Melo, Sissoko – Camoranesi, Diego, Giovinco – Trezeguet

Rezerve: Manninger, Caceres, Iaquinta, Amauri, Poulsen, De Ceglie, Legrottaglie

Antrenor: Ciro Ferrara

MACCABI HAIFA 4-4-2

Davidovitch – Meshumar, Teixeira, Keinan, Masilela – Osman, Boccoli, Culma, Refaelov – Dvalishvili, Arbeitman

Rezerve: Edri, Harazi, Maymon, Strahman, Dutra, Ghadir, Zaguri

Antrenor: Elisha Levi

GRUP B

TSKA MOSCOVA – MANCHESTER UNITED 0-1 (Valencia ’86)

TSKA MOSCOVA: 4-4-2

Akinfeev – Alexei Berezutski, Ignashevich, Vasili Berezutski, Odiah – Schennikov, Rahimic, Semberas, Krasic – Dzagoev, Necid

Rezerve: Pomazan, Carvalho, Mamaev, Aldonin, Piliev, Oliseh, Grigoriev

MANCHESTER UNITED: 4-4-1-1

van der Sar – Neville, Ferdinand, Vidic, O’Shea – Valencia, Scholes, Fabio, Nani – Anderson – Berbatov

Rezerve: Kuszczak, Brown, Owen, Carrick, Welbeck, Evans, Macheda

VfL WOLFSBURG – BEŞIKTAŞ 0-0

VfL WOLFSBURG 4-1-3-2

Benaglio – Riether, Ricardo costa, Madlung, Schafer – Josue – Hasebe, Misimovic, Gentner – Grafite, Dzeko

Rezerve: Lenz, Martins, Santana, Johnson, Pekarik, Dejagah, Barzagli

Antrenor: Armin Veh

BEŞIKTAŞ 4-3-3

Ruştu – Ibrahim Kaş, Sivok, Ferrari, Ibrahim Uzulmez – Ekrem Dag, Ernst, Fink – Nihat, Bobo, Tello

Rezerve: Hakan Arikan, Ismail Koybaşi, Mert Nobre, Tabata, Ozkan, Ugur Inceman, Ibrahim Toraman

Antrenor: Mustafa Denizli

GRUP C

FC ZURICH – OL.MARSEILLE 0-1 (Heinze ’69)

FC ZURICH 4-3-1-2

Leoni – Stahel, Tihinen, Rochat, Koch – Okonkwo, Aegerter, Gajic – Margairaz – Vonlanthen, Alphonse

Rezerve: Guatelli, Lampi, Nikci, Djuric, Barmettler, Abdi, Schonbachler

Antrenor: Bernard Challandes

OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE 4-2-3-1

Mandanda – Bonnart, Mbia, Hilton, Heinze – Cisse, Cheyrou – Valbuena, Lucho, Niang – Brandao

Rezerve: Elinton Andrade, Taiwo, Ben Arfa, Kabore, Kone, Abriel, Morientes

Antrenor: Didier Deschamps

REAL MADRID – AC MILAN 2-3 (Raul ’19, Drenthe ’76 / Pirlo ’62, Pato ’66, ’88)

REAL MADRID 4-4-2

Casillas – Sergio Ramos, Albiol, Pepe, Marcelo – Kaka, Xabi Alonso, L.Diarra, Granero – Benzema, Raul

Rezerve: Dudek, Arbeloa, M.Diarra, Drenthe, Garay, Van der Vaart

Antrenor: Manuel Pellegrini

AC MILAN 4-3-3Dida – Oddo, Nesta, Thiago Silva, Zambrotta – Ambrosini, Pirlo, Seedorf – Pato, Inzaghi, Ronaldinho

 

Rezerve: Roma, Kaladze, Huntelaar, Flamini, Jankulovski, Borriello, Antonini

Antrenor: Leonardo

GRUP D

CHELSEA – ATLETICO MADRID 4-0 (Kalou ’41, ’52, Lampard ’69, Perea – aut. ’90+1) 

CHELSEA 4-3-3

Cech – Ashley Cole, Terry, Ivanovic, Belletti – Lampard, Essien, Ballack – Deco, Anelka, Kalou

Rezerve: Hilario, Carvalho, Joe Cole, Malouda, Zhirkov, Sturridge, Bruma

Antrenor: Carlo Ancelotti

ATLETICO MADRID 4-3-2-1

Sergio Asenjo – Ujfalusi, Perea, Alvaro Dominguez, Antonio Lopez – Cleber Santana, Raul Garcia, Paulo Assuncao – Forlan, Simao – Aguero

Rezerve: De Gea, Jurado, Maxi Rodriguez, Sinamo Pongolle, Juanito, Reyes, Pablo Ibanez

Antrenor: Abel Resino

FC PORTO – APOEL NICOSIA 2-1 (Hulk ’33, pen. ’48 / Alvaro Pereira – aut ’22)

FC PORTO 4-3-3

Helton – Fucile, Bruno Alves, Rolando, Alvaro Pereira – Raul Meireles, Fernando, Mariano Gonzalez – Hulk, Falcao, Rodriguez

Rezerve: Nuno, Guarin, Maicon, Farias, Săpunaru, Alex, Ricardo Dias

Antrenor: Jesualdo Fereira

APOEL 4-2-3-1

Chiotis – Satsias, Broerse, Grncarov, Elia – Michail, Nuno Morais – Charalambides, Kosowski, Helio Pinto – Mirosavljevic

Rezerve: Kissas, Kyriakou, Papathanasiou, Jean Paulista, Zewlakov, Alexandrou, Breska

Antrenor: Ivan Jovanovic

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Top 20 transfers in 2009!

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The great strength of Europe have dropped more than two billion euros for the “hot” targets this summer. View the most expensive transfers in 2009. Read and Spain dropped € 477 million on transfers! View top leagues with the biggest expense!
  1.  Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – € 94,000,000
  2.  Zlatan Ibrahimovic (FC Barcelona) – € 68,000,000
  3. Ricado Kaka (Real Madrid) – € 65,000,000
  4. Xabi Alonso (Real Madrid) – € 35,400,000
  5. Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) – € 35,000,000
  6. Mario Gomez (Bayern Munich) – 30.000.000 €
  7. Carlos Tevez (Manchester City) – € 29,000,000
  8. Emmanuel Adebayor (Manchester City) – € 29,000,000
  9. Joleon Lescott (Manchester City) – € 27,500,000
  10. Diego Milito (Inter) – 25.000.000 €
  11. Felipe Melo (Juventus) – 25.000.000 €
  12. Dmytro Chigrinskiy (FC Barcelona) – 25.000.000 €
  13. Diego (Juventus) – € 24,500,000
  14. Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich) – € 24,000,000
  15. Lisandro López (Lyon) – € 24,000,000
  16. Roque Santa Cruz (Manchester City) – € 21,200,000
  17. Yuri Zhirkov (Chelsea) – € 21,000,000
  18. Glen Johnson (Liverpool) -20,500,000 €
  19. Samuel Eto’o (Inter) – 20,000,000 €
  20. Alberto Aquilani (Liverpool) – 20,000,000 €

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September 3, 2009 at 6:07 pm

Ciro Ferrara can not guarantee Del Piero a place in first team!

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del-pieroJuventus striker has not played the first two stages, has recovered after an accident.
“There is nothing more than Juventus, and the team must competitive on all fronts,” said Ciro Ferrara on Radio Kiss Kiss. “Alex is the captain, is the symbol of the club and may not agree with my decisions, but we have four strikers who play at highest level and can not guarantee anyone post holder.

Alessandro Del Piero has extended the contract with Juventus until 2011, and last season scored 20 goals in all competitions.

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September 3, 2009 at 12:57 am