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  • #46
    Mecks respect for ur NT, they r playing really good.

    Peru 1-1 Jamaica

    Farfan and Vargas r playing great as usual, but Im very dissapointed with Galiquio and several other players.
    Last edited by Charlie; 08-09-2010, 02:31.

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    • #47
      Gol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fernandez!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      2-1, very nicely done by Fernandez. Bien ahi carajo!

      So close Farfan, casi Foquita casi. Vamos por el 3-1!
      Last edited by Charlie; 08-09-2010, 03:08.

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      • #48
        Partial results at half-time:

        Mexio [0 - 0] Colombia

        Panamá [1 - 0] Trinidad and Tobago

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        • #49
          Peru 2-1 Jamaica

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          • #50
            Final results:

            Mexico [1 - 0] Colombia

            Panamá [3 - 0] Trinidad and Tobago

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            The goal of Mexico came at the 44th minute of the second half! And then 2 minutes later, Colombia had a free-kick that Rodallega took and it hit the post. Anyway, good matchs for Colombia (against Venezuela and Mexico, away both matches) and I'm confident of starting the campaign for the Copa America 2011 on a good pace.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Filo View Post
              Final results:

              Mexico [1 - 0] Colombia

              Panamá [3 - 0] Trinidad and Tobago

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              The goal of Mexico came at the 44th minute of the second half! And then 2 minutes later, Colombia had a free-kick that Rodallega took and it hit the post. Anyway, good matchs for Colombia (against Venezuela and Mexico, away both matches) and I'm confident of starting the campaign for the Copa America 2011 on a good pace.
              My friend, Im sure both our Nt's will do great in Copa America 2011, Colombia has very good players as well as Peru, its just a matter of them showing their real skills.

              I would just like to mention that Falcao is like Pizarro with Peru's NT(even if he hasn't played yet in recent years), they play great with their clubs, but can't seem to score with their Nt's.
              Last edited by Charlie; 08-09-2010, 09:13.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by CharlieVarela View Post
                Peru 2-1 Jamaica

                Congrats on the win....

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                • #53
                  ^Thanks dude, Jamaica played really good. I enjoyed the game

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by CharlieVarela View Post
                    ^Thanks dude, Jamaica played really good. I enjoyed the game
                    Thanx...and so did I.

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                    • #55
                      Markarian era begins on the right foot

                      The Peruvians couldn’t have asked for a better kick off to their national team’s new era under coach Sergio Markarian with two long-awaited victories in recent international friendlies.
                      Markarian, who took over the team in July, guided Peru to a 2-0 victory over Canada last Saturday and a hard-fought 2-1 win against Jamaica Tuesday night.

                      Peru, who finished last in South American qualifying for the 2010 World Cup, will now await for two new rivals to face during October's double FIFA date as they prepare for the upcoming Copa America in Argentina.

                      The draw for next year's Copa America, the South American national championship, will be held on November 11 in La Plata, Argentina.

                      Conmebol, the governing body of South American football, made the announcement Thursday on its website. The matches will be played at seven sites in Argentina: La Plata, Cordoba, Santa Fe, Mendoza, San Juan, Jujuy and Salta.
                      Markarian era begins on the right foot

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                      • #56
                        Copa America draw set for Nov. 11 in Argentina

                        The draw for next year's Copa America, the South American national championship, will be held on Nov. 11 in La Plata, Argentina.
                        The governing body of South American football made the announcement Thursday on its website. The matches will be played at seven sites in Argentina: La Plata, Cordoba, Santa Fe, Mendoza, San Juan, Jujuy and Salta.

                        The 10 South American members are playing: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia and Venezuela plus Mexico and Japan as guest nations.
                        Copa America draw set for Nov. 11 in Argentina - USATODAY.com
                        Last edited by Charlie; 11-09-2010, 06:46.

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                        • #57
                          Japan? WTF. Mexico is OK, but at least get a freeking spanish or english speaking team on the Copa AMERICA.

                          I'd call Honduras, as they were the other team of Central America at the World Cup. If not, then the United States perhaps.

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                          • #58
                            South American Round Up Sep. 13

                            COLOMBIA

                            Independiente Santa Fe retained a three-point lead in the Apertura championship after a 0-0 draw with city rivals Millonarios in the Bogota derby in which the leaders had two players sent off.

                            Defender Jhonnier Gonzalez was sent off five minutes from time and midfielder Daniel Torres was dismissed for a second booking in the final minute.

                            Santa Fe goalkeeper Camilo Vargas saved a penalty from forward Yovanni Arrechea five minutes from time. Once-great Millonarios are two from bottom with five points.

                            La Equidad's 1-1 draw at home to Boyaca Chico was suspended in the 84th minute as a result of the visiting club's owner Eduardo Pimentel coming to blows in an argument with home coach Alexis Garcia, who had been sent to the stands in the first half.

                            On a day of derbies, Atletico Nacional beat Independiente Medellin 1-0 at the Atanasio Girardot with an own goal by Hernan Bertuz and despite having fullback Jair Iglesias and midfielder Jairo Palomino sent off in the final 15 minutes.

                            Deportivo Cali won their derby with arch-rivals America 2-1 at the Doce de Octubre stadium in Cali with two goals by Jonathan Alvarez.

                            Santa Fe have 20 points from nine matches, three points more than Deportes Tolima and Atletico Huila.

                            Tolima beat Huila 3-0 and overtook them in second place on goal difference.

                            URUGUAY

                            Nacional's 22-year-old defender Diego Rodriguez died on Saturday from injuries, mainly to his head, that he suffered in a car crash on Thursday and the Uruguayan Football Association suspended all the weekend's matches.

                            PARAGUAY

                            Nacional had three players sent off, one with 19 minutes to go and two more before the final whistle, in their 1-0 defeat by co-leaders Libertad.

                            Striker Victor Aquino was shown the red card for elbowing midfielder Victor Caceres in the 71st minute. Carlos Ruiz and Marcos Riveros were dismissed in the final minutes for dangerous play.

                            Olimpia came back from two goals down to score twice in three minutes for a 2-2 draw at home to title holders Guarani, who slipped six points behind leaders Libertad and Cerro Porteno.

                            Former Paraguay midfielder Carlos Kiese resigned as coach of Tacuary after their 3-0 home defeat by Sportivo Luqueno.

                            ECUADOR

                            Barcelona closed to within two points of leaders LDU Quito with a 1-0 home win over Deportivo Quito in the second phase of the championship.

                            Manta, who overtook Deportivo in fifth place on goal difference, conceded two first-half goals to Independiente Teran, scored by Richard Estigarribia, and had midfielder Carlos Hidalgo sent off on the stroke of halftime but fought back for a 2-2 draw.

                            CHILE

                            Universidad Catolica went top with a 2-0 win over Union Espanola as Colo Colo lost 3-1 at home to Audax Italiano, who are on a run of 10 matches unbeaten under Argentine coach Omar Labruna.

                            Catolica scored twice in the first half against Espanola and defended their lead with 10 men from the 53rd minute when midfielder Jorge Ormeno was sent off.

                            BOLIVIA

                            Real Potosi took over as leaders of the Clausura championship with a 2-1 home win over title holders Wilstermann.

                            Potosi went a point clear of the previous leaders Blooming who lost their derby 1-0 to Oriente Petrolero in Santa Cruz de la Sierra.

                            PERU

                            San Martin, winners of the first phase of the championship, beat Sporting Cristal 1-0 away on the opening weekend of the second phase to lead Group A with 66 points, nine ahead of Alianza Lima.

                            Group B is led by Cesar Vallejo, who crushed Alianza Atletico 4-1 with two goals by Colombian Hector Hurtado.

                            Teams carry their points over from the first to the second phase in which they are divided into two groups with the winners of each playing the final.

                            VENEZUELA

                            Deportivo Tachira held champions and arch-rivals Caracas FC 0-0 in their "clasico", leaving both as joint leaders.

                            Real Esppor are one point behind after a 5-2 win over Zulia and Monagas are three behind following their 6-0 rout of Estudiantes de Merida.
                            International Football - SA Round-up: Red cards in Colombia - Yahoo! Eurosport

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                            • #59
                              Don't think anybody cares much, but Beckham is back.



                              I would have asked him, "How does it feel to be such a pussy?"

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                              • #60
                                Peru to face Panama and Costa Rica in International firendlies

                                Fútbol peruano: Costa Rica y Panamá serían los rivales de la selección

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