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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

CL: AC Milan on top at the Bernabeu

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Stage three of the Champions League was by far the most spectacular of the season. If the parties have scored on Tuesday not less than 31 goals, the show continued Wednesday. Real Madrid and AC Milan have a respected reputation and gave a memorable performance in the Bernabeu. Leonardo’s players made a stunning second half and left victorious from Spain.
 

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

 

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October 22, 2009 at 9:31 am

The legend: RAUL

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Real Madrid won last night at the Bernabeu aginst Real Valladolid 4-2 (3-1), in the seventh round of “La Liga”, with goals from Raul ’14, ’18, Marcelo ’44 and Higuain ’79 and for the visitors Marquitos ’29 and Aleman  ’53.

The star of the night was Raul who after last nights game became the most caped player in the history of Real Madrid with 711 games.

“I never thought that I would do it. Soon I will celebrate 15 years since I started and you realize how difficult it would have been thinking about such a ‘sum’. I am very pleased and I want to help my teammates and the club. I thought of the game on Wednesday, when we have an important match in the Champions League, “said Raul to end the game.

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October 18, 2009 at 8:46 am

Barca in for Robinho

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robinhoManchester City and Barcelona have reached an agreeament over Robinho’s future. Barcelona are willing to pay the same amount for the player that City payed Real Madrid a year back (£32,5 million).

Robinho will recive the same paycheckas at City.

All that stands beetwen Robinho and a winter move to Barcelona is the approval of City owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed, but knowing Joan Laporta’s negotiations skills the deal should be sealed and delivered.

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October 14, 2009 at 9:45 am

Success or failure? View 10 financial data about the new era of Real Madrid

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realGalactics under Florentino Perez made huge investments in transfers and wages, not only attracted the attention of football fans, but also that of economists who have analyzed the sustainability of the project in financial terms.
1. In the summer of 2009, Real Madrid has spent 257 million on transfers and has sold only 87 million, hence a deficit of 170 million euros.

2. Total costs (salary transfer + 6 years + taxes) the purchase of Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka are 179 million respectively 112 million euros, total 291 million, without taking into account and the amounts of other transfers .

3. Real Madrid has loaned 220 million euros, guaranteed by contract for TV rights, worth 157 million euros a year (contract valid for 7 years).

4. Real Madrid has renewed the sponsorship agreement with bwin, the new contract 4 years bringing them 25 million per season, meaning a total of 100 million.

5. Between 2003 and 2007, supported by around David Beckham’s marketing, merchandising revenues increased by 137% and is expected in that period the total amount of such income was 400 million.

6. It is estimated that the new stars transferred from Real Madrid will bring extra revenue of 120 million euros per season. Florentino Perez says that the amounts paid on David Beckham, Luis Figo, Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane were written off.

7. According to the accounting club, Real Madrid was the end of the season 2007/2008 the total debt of 563 million, and now it is estimated that they have reached 733 million!

8. Madrid’s total income in 2007/2008 was 365 million and in 2008/2009 it is estimated that were close to 400 million.

9. According to Brand Finance, Real Madrid brand is valued at 340 million, second in value by Manchester United.

10. As Germans from Sport + Markt, Real Madrid has 46 million supporters in Europe, number 2 after Barcelona, with 50 million, but the global perspective is very good, for he expects that number to rise in Asia very much along with bringing of the Galactis.

What do you think? Is this the way to success or to bankruptcy?

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October 5, 2009 at 4:19 pm

Ronaldo injured he’s not playing against Sevilla!

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cr9Real Madrid striker, Cristiano Ronaldo, has a slight sprain in right ankle and in this case is unavailable for the match against FC Sevilla, scheduled on Sunday in the sixth round of the Spain championship.

Ronaldo was injured Wednesday evening, the match with Olympique Marseille, 3-0 score, the Champions League.

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October 3, 2009 at 6:28 pm

The newspaper El Mundo published a letter of threat to Cristiano Ronaldo!

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cr9Scandal with threats, voodoo and technical wizards at Real Madrid where madness tight around Cristiano Ronaldo has reached incredible limits.
The newspaper El Mundo published in the yesterday edition a letter threatening received by Real Madrid! Target is the star Cristiano Ronaldo!

“I’m not anti-real! I have nothing against this great club. I am a professional and I’m paid well to use my powers. They hired me to injure the player Cristiano Ronaldo . The person who hired me is famous and he known the player personally “letter apparently from a voodoo practitioner.

Real Madrid say that everything is only a tactic which tries to put even greater pressure on the player. “This is madness this whole letter” Real officials said in the Spanish press.

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September 30, 2009 at 1:21 am