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Kombe la Dunia Bila Messi na Ronaldo

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Companero, Oct 14, 2009.

  1. Companero

    Companero Platinum Member

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  2. Lucchese DeCavalcante

    Lucchese DeCavalcante JF-Expert Member

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    That can never be possible Portugal and Argie will make it to SA 2010 FIFA World cup, mark my words bro!
     
  3. Companero

    Companero Platinum Member

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    Mkuu hali ni mbaya sana - haielezeki!


    SOUTH AFRICA 2010: Argentina face Uruguay in vital World Cup clash

    MISCOMMUNICATION: 1978 World Cup hero Mario Kempes said Argentina's players don't understand what manager Diego Maradona wants them to do

    AFP , BUENOS AIRES
    Wednesday, Oct 14, 2009, Page 20 South America's gauchos are renowned for toughing things out in harsh conditions - but few would see much wisdom in changing their horses in mid-stream.

    Two-time world champions Argentina did just that in November by appointing Diego Maradona - national hero as a player, but a coaching novice - as the man to lead them towards next summer's World Cup finals in South Africa.

    By tonight, the albiceleste and their fans will know whether the decision to bring in el pibe de oro (the golden boy) to replace Alfio Basile was inspired or crass.

    Basile made a mediocre start to the qualifiers but, under Maradona, things have gone from bad to worse and failure to beat Uruguay in Montevideo will leave his team having to playoff against an opponent from Central America.

    Should Argentina lose they may not even make the playoff - if Ecuador, two points behind them, win in Chile.

    That a team boasting the talent of Lionel Messi and Carlos Tevez, to name but two, should be having to walk the razor's edge as they tiptoe towards South Africa says much for the current state of morale in the squad.

    Argentina just edged Peru at home on Saturday after Martin Palermo, a veteran who once missed three penalties in one international, scored in stoppage time.

    Now Messi and company have to show that six defeats in 17 games were mere accidents rather than symbolic of a team which does not have a strategy.

    Basile resigned with Argentina third in the group after 10 matches, seven points adrift of then leaders Paraguay.

    But Maradona has struggled to make an impression since then, with the lowpoint coming in a 6-1 hiding, albeit at altitude, in Bolivia.

    Brazil, Paraguay and Chile have already booked their passage but the Uruguayans, world champions in 1930 and 1950, are just a point behind Maradona's men and a home success will give them the fourth and final automatic berth.

    Midfield veteran Juan Sebastian Veron returns from suspension but Palermo will start on the bench as Gonzalo Higuain and Messi spearhead the attack.

    Palermo insists Argentina will roll their sleeves up and fight.

    "It's going to be another final and we have to go over there and play for our lives," he told FIFA.com.

    But a ghost from Argentina's past, 1978 champion and top goalscorer Mario Kempes, suggests much of the blame has to be laid at Maradona's door.

    "There appears to be a problem of communication. On the field it's clear the players don't understand what he is asking of them," Kempes said in an interview with German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

    Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez says that qualifying "is in our own hands," as the Charruas rely on the likes of Diego Forlan, penalty hero in Quito at the weekend, to fire them into that fourth spot.

    Brazil, despite losing to Bolivia on Sunday to end a 19-match unbeaten run, face Venezuela at home in their final qualifier with all the pressure off.

    Chile can likewise relax against Ecuador, as can Paraguay against Colombia with their Cup tickets booked.

    Bolivia are away at bottom team Peru in the other game.

    http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/sport/archives/2009/10/14/2003455940
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  4. Eqlypz

    Eqlypz JF-Expert Member

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    Tangu Messi na Ronaldo waanze kuchezea timu zao za taifa wamezifanyia nini cha ajabu?
     
  5. Chimo

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    Messi,Ronaldo hakuna walichozifanyia timu zao za Taifa Lakini cha ajabu Media za spain zimeonyesha dhahiri kumtuhumu Fernando 'El nino'Torres kuwa hana msaada tokea afunge bao la fainali ya mataifa ya uropa dhidi ya Ujerumani hajatia mpira kambani katika kampeni yao ya kutafuta tiketi ya kucheza Mundial mwakani huko afrika kusini spain wameshafunga mabao 13 lakini Torres hajafunga hata bao moja Lakini mabao yake matatu hat trick dhidi ya new zealand katika kombe la mabara yameshasahauliwa na wahispaniola na media zao kwa ujumla
     
  6. Belo

    Belo JF-Expert Member

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    Argentina wanaweza kwenda ,hata wakiishika nafasi ya 5 watapata vibonde kwenye playoff but Portugal kazi wanayo
     
  7. Companero

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    Da afadhali, Messi sasa ndani ya nyumba! Ngoma bado nzito kwa Ronaldo hasa ukizingatia kuwa kwenye play-offs kuna France, Russia na vingunge wengine!
     
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