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Discussion in 'Sports' started by ngoshwe, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. ngoshwe

    ngoshwe JF-Expert Member

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    World Cup 2010: Tanzania count cost of Brazil friendly


    BBC Sport, Dar es Salaam

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    Brazil were watched by a half-empty stadium in Tanzania

    The Tanzanian Football Federation are facing a big financial loss after a poor turnout to see Brazil beat Tanzania 5-1 in a friendly on Monday. Fans were put off by record entrance fees ranging from 25-180 US dollars to see the world's best team.

    The Tanzanian Football Federation (TFF) hoped to raise about US$3m and cushion an estimated US$2.5m used to secure a friendly against the Brazilians.

    But the 60,000-seater stadium was only half-full for the evening game.
    The match fee paid to Brazil triggered a debate in Tanzania with some people questioning the rationale behind a poor country spending massively on a single match.
    This forced the government to come clean on the matter, saying it had contributed nothing to the costs.

    "Inviting Brazil was the TFF's responsibility," the minister of sports George Mkuchika said.

    "They have taken a bank loan, which they will repay through gate collections, so the government should not be accused of anything."

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    Ramirez scored two of Brazil's goals

    Away from the costs, the game was excitement-filled, especially after the host team managed to grab a goal against the five-time world champions in the 5-1 loss.
    The stadium erupted with joy after Jabir Aziz's goal in the dying minutes of the game, while Brazil coach Carlos Dunga praised his hosts for 'a good test'.

    Robinho and Ramirez scored two goals each and Kaka was also on target as Brazil wrapped up their preparation before starting their World Cup Group G campaign against North Korea on 15 June.

    "It was a good test for Brazil because Tanzania is a good team, very well organised," Dunga said afterward.

    "The idea was to play teams with high speed, physically strong, so it was good for us to play Tanzania and Zimbabwe.

    "My target is the same as all Brazilian people, to win the World Cup."
    Dunga used his full-strength squad and all his players came through the match unscathed.

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    BBC Sport - Football - World Cup 2010: Tanzania count cost of Brazil friendly
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  2. Masanilo

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    Watarudishaje pesa za NMB?
     
  3. Masanilo

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    Tenga has to go.......mjinga naye kumbe???? Namkumbuka Ndolanga hapa
     
  4. ngoshwe

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    Kaka ishakula hiyo tuanze kuoitusha teba kapu la kuomba mkopo. Jana kila mtu ukimuuliza upo wapi anajibu "TAIFA" lakini kwetu sie ambao hatukuwa na viingilio tuliokuwa tukiona ngoma LIVE kwenye net tuliona uwanja upo kiduchu na wamejaa makachero tu ambao hawakuingia na viingilio na wakashindwa kumthibiti mshabiki mmoja matata!!
     
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    wameshasema wameingiza ngapi kwenye hiyo game?
     
  6. ngoshwe

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    Kama kawaida yetu, watasema kilichopatikana baada ya wiki mbili
    na hapo wamejiandaa na sababu za kutosha za kutofikisha lengo (SI MLIONA WENYEWE UWANJA ULIVYOKUWA MWEUPE?).
     
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    Hii ndio TFF ya Tenga, wanakopa benki ili waje kupata faida mara kenda sasa imekula kwao, na makubaliano ya kibenk mara nyingi huwa baada mechi wanataka chao, sasa tusije tukashangaa kukuta UWANJA WA TAIFA ndio dhamana
     
  8. Oxlade-Chamberlain

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    wao wameeka viingilio kutokana na ufisadi unaondelea nchini,wanajua kila mtanzania fisadi kumbe wapi.sasa wamejikomoa wenyewe.


    mtu unaendaje kukopa hela ya kufanya starehe?
     
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    Steep prices keep fans from Tanzania-Brazil match | News by Country | Reuters
     
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    serikali isitake kutufanya sisi watoto kwa kujifanya hawakuhusika.mwanzo walisema mechi hii itatumika kutangaza utalii wa nchi yetu kwani dunia nzima itaona mechi na mambo kibao.sasa ni jukumu la TFF kutangaza utalii wa nchi yetu? Kwanini TFF ichukue risk kubwa la deni kama hilo kutangaza utalii wa nchi yetu wakati kuna bodi husika?


    Serikali imefanya uzembe na wanataka kukaa mbali kama kawaida yao.
     
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    ahhahahahahaha
    hehehehe
     
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    Wela wela wela wela, sitoi kitu bila ya helaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, aibu yao aibu yetuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu? aibu yao wenyeweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
     
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    Wajinga ndio waliwao!
     
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    Hivi TFF sio serikali?
     
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    .......nitafurahi sana kama hao TFF watapata hasara (of course natarajia hivyo)! waliowakusudia wajae uwanjani hawakujaa?? maana nafikiri waliwatarajia raia wa nje ya Tanzania lakini si common wananchi wa Tanzania hii. watajijuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu na Mkuchika wao na Shyrose wao!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Goal.com reviews the individual performances Tanzania 1-5 Brazil [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Written by Administrator Tuesday,

    08 June 2010 05:35 Story by
    By Robin Bairner
    Jun 7, 2010 6:12:00 PM

    For more details visit Player Ratings: Tanzania 1-5 Brazil - Goal.com

    Mwarami – 5 – Though he conceded five games, this was not a disastrous performance from the home goalkeeper. Stood up well when it seemed Luis Fabiano was about to score in the first half, but will look back on his efforts for the fourth and fifth goals with disappointment.

    Nsajigwa – 7 – The right-back provided very useful offensive thrust for the Taifa Stars, setting his stall out early with a forceful run down the right flank. Got shots on goal and didn't allow Brazil to dominate down his flank.

    Yondan – 6 – Started off very well but was eventually overawed by the Brazilian forward players. Won his share in the air, but on the deck he had a harder time of it, struggling to keep pace with the Selecao forwards, whose movement troubled the centre-back.
    Nyoni – 6.5 – Failed to last the first half as he was forced off injured in the opening stages of this match. Enjoyed the period in which Tanzania were most dominant.

    Mwasika – 6.5 – Got forward encouragingly at times, but was a little more reserved in his mindset than Nsajigwa on the opposite flank. Ultimately it was his thrust forward that led to the Tanzania goal, as it was his shot beaten away by Gomes that brought the corner the goal was gleamed from.

    Haroub – 6 – A hard-working showing from the midfielder, though he eventually fell out of the game during the second period. Primarily playing an anchor role, he helped to keep Kaka quiet for long periods of the match, though his effectiveness faded as the game wore on.

    Abdullahim – 6.5 – Like the rest of the Tanzania midfield, he worked ferociously hard, but in common with his cohorts in the centre of the pitch, he faded before full-time.

    Nizzar – 7 – Another one of the key players in the heart of the Tanzania side, the central midfielder was quick into the challenge and energetic throughout. Managed several long range efforts and was another player to be constantly thwarted by Gomes.

    Makasi – 6.5 – Most notable due to his delivery from set plays, the midfielder gave a good account of himself for an hour before ultimately being withdrawn.

    Ngasso – 8.5 – Arguably the best player on the field and certainly the pick of the home players. Hard working, effervescent and dangerous, all the Young African star lacked was a killer touch, though he did muster several good efforts that were saved by Gomes. A really impressive performance.

    Mgosi – 6.5 - Another player to be handed an hour, the Simba forward struggled to really take advantage of the midfield's penetration. Showed some nice touches but ultimately lacked a little guile.

    Substitutes

    Bakari – 6 – A first half substitute, he failed to really get a handle on the game, though he was only brought on as Brazil's dominance was increasing.

    Naftall – 5.5 – Struggled to make a positive impact on the 30 minutes he had on the field.

    Kanoni – 6 – Was handed the final 15 minutes, during which time he made no big errors.

    Aziz – 7 – Got little more than ten minutes, but marked his performance with a terrific headed goal.

    Tegete – n/a – Only given a couple of minutes before full-time.

    BRAZIL

    Gomes – 7.5 – Genuinely tested far more frequently than he would have liked. Coped with the Tanzanian threat well, though his handling was not always perfect. Had no chance with Aziz's goal.

    Maicon – 7 – An effective attacking outlet throughout, there was little real danger posed down his flank. Delightful cross to set up Kaka for the evening's fourth goal.

    Lucio – 6.5 – Brazil's defence was not always perfect in the first half, and the Inter centre-back was certainly part culpable for their struggles. Replaced at half-time by Luisao after an awkward 45 minutes.

    Juan – 6.5 – Nearly scored an own-goal in the early stages of the match as Tanzania impressed. Ultimately the rating of the centre-back was bumped up by a competent second half display, during which he looked steady, even if meaningful tests were infrequent.

    Michel Bastos – 5 – Frequently torn to shreds in the first half by Ngasso as his lack of defensive instincts were brutally exposed. Far more effective going forward, and his cross for Robinho's second goal was wonderful.

    Elano – 5.5 – Struggled to really contribute on the offensive front when he was on the field, meaning that he spent long periods of the game in relative anonymity. Brazil were far brighter down the right once he was replaced.

    Gilberto Silva – 5 – Brazil really struggled in the centre of the midfield for the duration of the first period, and the veteran midfielder did little to aid their cause. Outworked and forced into mistakes.

    Felipe Melo – 5.5 – At times struggled to get a handle on the game in the first half, with his distribution particularly questionable. With his frustration levels increasing, so too did the firmness off his tackles. Unsurprisingly withdrawn at half-time.

    Kaka – 7 – Something of a mixed game by the Real Madrid man, who found space and time a precious commodity in the first half. Improved after the interval, controlling the pace of the match and even scoring with his chest from close range.

    Robinho – 8 – During a first half in which Brazil were very flat indeed, Robinho looked like the one player capable of providing them with a spark. Took his first goal very well and reacted well to grab a second. Occasionally picked out some terrific passes.

    Luis Fabiano – 6 – A difficult outing for the Sevilla striker, who really struggled to get much going. One great first half chance fell to him, but he was ultimately hustled out of it. Didn't look especially sharp.

    Substitutes

    Gilberto – 6.5 – Didn't offer the attacking threat of Michel Bastos, but was at least more secure defensively.

    Luisao – 6.5 – Had no major problems to deal with in the second period, but mopped up what issues there were competently.

    Josue – 6.5 – Steadied the ship in the centre of the park, playing primarily an anchoring role after being brought on at half-time.

    Ramires – 8 – Not noted for his goals, but the holding midfielder may have done enough to break into the first XI in time for the North Korea fixture with an industrious box-to-box performance. Might even have had a hat-trick on the evening on which he scored his first international strike.

    Daniel Alves – 6.5 – Brazil were flat down the right before Alves came on, though the Barcelona man has marks taken off for a couple of feisty reactions that could have seen him dismissed on another evening.

    Nilmar – 6 – Only on the field for the last quarter of an hour but managed to offer a threat due to his movement

    Goal.com reviews the individual performances Tanzania 1-5 Brazil

     
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    Mrisho Ngassa anatisha, kascore mapoint zaidi ya Robinho na Kaka.

    Sijui ni vigezo gani vimetumika, ila hongera nyingi kwa bwana mdogo Ngassa. Kazi buti, kanyaga twende dunia imekuona.
     
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    Endeleeni kumdanganya huyo Ngassa wenu~hamna kitu hapo, aendelee kutambaa bongo tu!.
     
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    Murra Omwitu, kama Ngassa hamna kitu basi kwenye kitu ni kwa yule Goal Keeper aliyeidakia stars jana.
     
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