2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers - South America

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  1. JLSA

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    Are you suffering World Cup qualification withdrawal? Can't plan your life without knowing when the games are on?

    Well, you've got problems.

    But, the South Americans are trying to help, by ratifying the draw for the next qualifiers.

    The draw is the same are 2006 and 2002 and 1998 except Brazil isn't in there.

    The list below has two sets of dates. The first follows the press release exactly, and uses ALL the FIFA double dates, including 2 set in each of June 2012 and 2013 - four matches in two weeks, it's effectively a World Cup schedule EVERY FREAKING OFF SEASON (sorry boys, no holidays until 2015!) - that means they finish in June 2013 (press release says July, but close enough).

    The second set of dates (in brackets) assumes they don't double-up each June and hence finish at the same time as last time around (October) which allows for an necessary play-offs against other confeds.

    BTW, earlier press releases noted that the CSF thinks the spots for 2014 should be the same as 2010, with the obvious exception that they get the host spot instead of Africa.

    Anyway, that's enough blither-blather. Here's the draw (dates may vary a day each side I suppose) - only 317 days to go!!!!!

    Oh, and you can check out http://www.conmebol.com/conmebol/mainMedia.html?id=17544&viewpage='full' and then tell me I don't speak Spanish, which is obvious enough

    7 October 2011 (7 October 2011)
    Uruguay v Bolivia
    Argentina v Chile
    Ecuador v Venezuela
    Peru v Paraguay
    11 October 2011 (11 October 2011)
    Venezuela v Argentina
    Bolivia v Colombia
    Chile v Peru
    Paraguay v Uruguay
    11 November 2011 (11 November 2011)
    Argentina v Bolivia
    Colombia v Venezuela
    Paraguay v Ecuador
    Uruguay v Chile
    15 November 2011 (15 November 2011)
    Venezuela v Bolivia
    Colombia v Argentina
    Ecuador v Peru
    Chile v Paraguay
    1 June 2012 (June 2012))
    Uruguay v Venezuela
    Peru v Colombia
    Argentina v Ecuador
    Bolivia v Chile
    5 June 2012 (June 2012))
    Uruguay v Peru
    Bolivia v Paraguay
    Ecuador v Colombia
    Venezuela v Chile
    8 June 2012 (7 September 2012)
    Argentina v Paraguay
    Ecuador v Bolivia
    Colombia v Uruguay
    Peru v Venezuela
    12 June 2012 (11 September 2012)
    Paraguay v Venezuela
    Uruguay v Ecuador
    Chile v Colombia
    Peru v Argentina
    7 September 2012 (12 October 2012)
    Bolivia v Peru
    Argentina v Uruguay
    Colombia v Paraguay
    Ecuador v Chile
    11 September 2012 (16 October 2012)
    Bolivia v Uruguay
    Paraguay v Peru
    Chile v Argentina
    Venezuela v Ecuador
    12 October 2012 (22 March 2013)
    Uruguay v Paraguay
    Argentina v Venezuela
    Colombia v Bolivia
    Peru v Chile
    16 October 2012 (26 March 2013)
    Venezuela v Colombia
    Bolivia v Argentina
    Ecuador v Paraguay
    Chile v Uruguay
    22 March 2013 (June 2013))
    Bolivia v Venezuela
    Argentina v Colombia
    Paraguay v Chile
    Peru v Ecuador
    26 March 2013 (June 2013))
    Ecuador v Argentina
    Colombia v Peru
    Chile v Bolivia
    Venezuela v Uruguay
    7 June 2013 (6 September 2013)
    Colombia v Ecuador
    Peru v Uruguay
    Paraguay v Bolivia
    Chile v Venezuela
    11 June 2013 (10 September 2013)
    Bolivia v Ecuador
    Uruguay v Colombia
    Paraguay v Argentina
    Venezuela v Peru
    14 June 2013 (11 October 2013)
    Argentina v Peru
    Venezuela v Paraguay
    Colombia v Chile
    Ecuador v Uruguay
    18 June 2013 (15 October 2013)
    Peru v Bolivia
    Chile v Ecuador
    Uruguay v Argentina
    Paraguay v Colombia

    J


  2. Visca...

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    bump*

    Can't wait for October...no falta nada :D

    Any news on who's getting the US TV rights? I think SCP Worldwide only bought it for 2010 and doesn't look like they renewed it.
  3. HeartandSoul

    HeartandSoul Moderator Staff Member

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    The 5th placed CONMEBOL playoff spot will be against Asia's (AFC) 5th place spot.
  4. MetroChile

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  5. elviejomen

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    Who u guys think is going to take that 5th place from asia?
  6. MetroChile

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    I wouldn't go as far as to assume that CONMEBOL5 vs. ASIA5 is a foregone conclusion but I am gonna venture and say CONMEBOL5 might be Chile. :eek:
  7. elviejomen

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    and who u think is going to be the Asian team? Take a wild guess... It would be funny Peru vs Japan... :D
  8. MetroChile

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    At this point in time and basing my prediction on the last Asian Cup, I'd say South Korea, Australia, Japan (in no particular order). Uzbekistan had a run to the semis, as well.

    North Korea qualified to South Africa last year and generally qualify teams to both the U20 and U17 WCs. Teams like Qatar and KSA can throw money around to fire/hire coaches: I am sure a little stability would help them.

    To a lesser degree, Iran and China might be there or thereabouts. Jordan also had a solid showing in the first round of the Asian Cup, fwiw.

    The top 4 will probably come from this group, as well as the 5th-placed team that will face CONMEBOL's #5 team.
  9. guri

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    I'd say Japan, Australia and the 2 Koreas qualify directly

    so the 5th one will probably be some arab country

    Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrein, Kuwait,
  10. HeartandSoul

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    The best teams in Asia are Japan, S.Korea, and Australia.

    Iran could be among the top 5. They hired former Portuguese coach, Carlos Quieroz who dismantled N.Korea at the WC. The Koreans are in a decline, they had an awful Asian Cup.

    Uzbekistan is a country that has been improving over the years. They are situated in the same group as Japan in N.Korea. Two of those three will qualify to the next round.
  11. elviejomen

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    And Saudi Arabia has Rikjaard....
  12. HeartandSoul

    HeartandSoul Moderator Staff Member

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    The Saudi federation has money to spend. They are also getting desperate. In Asia they used to be a regional power and that has diminished over the years. They missed out on the last WC, and in the last Asian cup they had a very poor performance crashing out with 0 points.
  13. elviejomen

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    i remember them back in the 90's they were a pretty strong team
  14. MetroChile

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    Lo más probable es que dure no mucho tiempo. Los dirigentes por allá no son conocidos principalmente por su paciencia.
  15. JAIME CHILE

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    Es una tontera que las clasificatorias partan un viernes, para los que trabajamos:rolleyes: de lunes a viernes.
    Espero que los partidos se jueguen de noche, será la única manera de verlos, para muchos.

    Si la memoria no me falla, las últimas 3 clasificatorias (2000-2001, 2003-2005 y 2007-2009) comenzaban un sábado. Uno podía verlos tranquilamente en casa comiéndose un asado.
  16. MetroChile

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    Los que tuvieron esta idea fueron Platini y mucha gente de la UEFA. Al jugar viernes, el segundo partido se juega el martes y así los jugadores que están en Europa retornan a sus respectivos clubes un día antes.

    Opino igual que tu: prefiero el sistema antiguo, ya sea sábado/martes o domingo/miércoles.

    Me imagino que la asistencia a los partidos que se juegan viernes van a sufrir un poco.
  17. Yañez

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    que suerte que aun no trabajo...Me imagino saliendo un viernes de la universidad al asado! que buenas son las eliminatorias.
  18. sandroochoa

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    PLEASE!!!!Who has the broadcast rights in usa???


    QUOTE=JLSA;22290187]Are you suffering World Cup qualification withdrawal? Can't plan your life without knowing when the games are on?

    Well, you've got problems.

    But, the South Americans are trying to help, by ratifying the draw for the next qualifiers.

    The draw is the same are 2006 and 2002 and 1998 except Brazil isn't in there.

    The list below has two sets of dates. The first follows the press release exactly, and uses ALL the FIFA double dates, including 2 set in each of June 2012 and 2013 - four matches in two weeks, it's effectively a World Cup schedule EVERY FREAKING OFF SEASON (sorry boys, no holidays until 2015!) - that means they finish in June 2013 (press release says July, but close enough).

    The second set of dates (in brackets) assumes they don't double-up each June and hence finish at the same time as last time around (October) which allows for an necessary play-offs against other confeds.

    BTW, earlier press releases noted that the CSF thinks the spots for 2014 should be the same as 2010, with the obvious exception that they get the host spot instead of Africa.

    Anyway, that's enough blither-blather. Here's the draw (dates may vary a day each side I suppose) - only 317 days to go!!!!!

    Oh, and you can check out http://www.conmebol.com/conmebol/mainMedia.html?id=17544&viewpage='full' and then tell me I don't speak Spanish, which is obvious enough

    7 October 2011 (7 October 2011)
    Uruguay v Bolivia
    Argentina v Chile
    Ecuador v Venezuela
    Peru v Paraguay
    11 October 2011 (11 October 2011)
    Venezuela v Argentina
    Bolivia v Colombia
    Chile v Peru
    Paraguay v Uruguay
    11 November 2011 (11 November 2011)
    Argentina v Bolivia
    Colombia v Venezuela
    Paraguay v Ecuador
    Uruguay v Chile
    15 November 2011 (15 November 2011)
    Venezuela v Bolivia
    Colombia v Argentina
    Ecuador v Peru
    Chile v Paraguay
    1 June 2012 (June 2012))
    Uruguay v Venezuela
    Peru v Colombia
    Argentina v Ecuador
    Bolivia v Chile
    5 June 2012 (June 2012))
    Uruguay v Peru
    Bolivia v Paraguay
    Ecuador v Colombia
    Venezuela v Chile
    8 June 2012 (7 September 2012)
    Argentina v Paraguay
    Ecuador v Bolivia
    Colombia v Uruguay
    Peru v Venezuela
    12 June 2012 (11 September 2012)
    Paraguay v Venezuela
    Uruguay v Ecuador
    Chile v Colombia
    Peru v Argentina
    7 September 2012 (12 October 2012)
    Bolivia v Peru
    Argentina v Uruguay
    Colombia v Paraguay
    Ecuador v Chile
    11 September 2012 (16 October 2012)
    Bolivia v Uruguay
    Paraguay v Peru
    Chile v Argentina
    Venezuela v Ecuador
    12 October 2012 (22 March 2013)
    Uruguay v Paraguay
    Argentina v Venezuela
    Colombia v Bolivia
    Peru v Chile
    16 October 2012 (26 March 2013)
    Venezuela v Colombia
    Bolivia v Argentina
    Ecuador v Paraguay
    Chile v Uruguay
    22 March 2013 (June 2013))
    Bolivia v Venezuela
    Argentina v Colombia
    Paraguay v Chile
    Peru v Ecuador
    26 March 2013 (June 2013))
    Ecuador v Argentina
    Colombia v Peru
    Chile v Bolivia
    Venezuela v Uruguay
    7 June 2013 (6 September 2013)
    Colombia v Ecuador
    Peru v Uruguay
    Paraguay v Bolivia
    Chile v Venezuela
    11 June 2013 (10 September 2013)
    Bolivia v Ecuador
    Uruguay v Colombia
    Paraguay v Argentina
    Venezuela v Peru
    14 June 2013 (11 October 2013)
    Argentina v Peru
    Venezuela v Paraguay
    Colombia v Chile
    Ecuador v Uruguay
    18 June 2013 (15 October 2013)
    Peru v Bolivia
    Chile v Ecuador
    Uruguay v Argentina
    Paraguay v Colombia

    J[/QUOTE]
  19. JAIME CHILE

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    1a. JORNADA

    URUGUAY vs. BOLIVIA
    07.10.2011 / 17.00 (19.00 GMT) Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
    Árbitro: CARRILLO Víctor Hugo (PER)
    Árbitro asistente 1: ÁVILA Luis (PER)
    Árbitro asistente 2: ESCANO César (PER)
    4º árbitro: GAMBETTA Henry (PER)
    Comisario: CASTELLI Andrés (ARG)

    ECUADOR vs. VENEZUELA
    07.10.2011 / 16.05 (21.05 GMT) Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa, Quito
    Árbitro: OSSES Enrique (CHI)
    Árbitro asistente 1: BASUALTO Patricio (CHI)
    Árbitro asistente 2: DÍAZ Julio (CHI)
    4º árbitro: POLIC Patricio (CHI)
    Comisario: OLMOS Héctor (URU)

    ARGENTINA vs. CHILE
    07.10.2011 / 20.10 (23.10 GMT) Estadio Antonio V. Liberti "Monumental", B.Aires
    Árbitro: ROLDÁN Wilmar (COL)
    Árbitro asistente 1: GONZÁLEZ Abraham (COL)
    Árbitro asistente 2: CLAVIJO Humberto (COL)
    4º árbitro: BUITRAGO José (COL)
    Comisario: FIGUEREDO Francisco (PAR)

    PERÚ vs. PARAGUAY
    07.10.2011 / 20.15 (01.15+ GMT) Estadio Nacional, Lima
    Árbitro: PEZZOTTA Sergio (ARG)
    Árbitro asistente 1: CASAS Ricardo (ARG)
    Árbitro asistente 2: MAIDANA Hernán (ARG)
    4º árbitro: ABAL Diego (BRA)
    Comisario: ASTUDILLO Óscar (COL)


    2a. JORNADA

    BOLIVIA vs. COLOMBIA
    11.10.2011 / 16.00 (20.00 GMT) Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz
    Árbitro: AMARILLA Carlos (PAR)
    Árbitro asistente 1: YEGROS Nicolás (PAR)
    Árbitro asistente 2: SALDÍVAR Milcíades (PAR)
    4º árbitro: ARIAS Antonio (PAR)
    Comisario: ASFURA Alfredo (CHI)

    CHILE vs. PERÚ
    11.10.2011 / 19.45 (22.45 GMT) Estadio Monumental, Macul
    Árbitro: OROSCO Raúl (BOL)
    Árbitro asistente 1: CALDERÓN Jorge (BOL)
    Árbitro asistente 2: CASTRO Efraín (BOL)
    4º árbitro: ANTEQUERA Joaquín (BOL)
    Comisario: FIGUEREDO Hugo (PAR)

    PARAGUAY vs. URUGUAY
    11.10.2011 / 19.45 (22.45 GMT) Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción
    Árbitro: SENEME Wilson (BRA)
    Árbitro asistente 1: BRAATZ Roberto (BRA)
    Árbitro asistente 2: HAUSMANN Altemir (BRA)
    4º árbitro: HENRIQUE Marcelo (BRA)
    Comisario: BELLO Roger (BOL)

    VENEZUELA vs. ARGENTINA
    11.10.2011 / 20.20 (01.20+ GMT) Estadio Gral. José Antonio Anzoátegui, Pto.La Cruz
    Árbitro: SILVERA Roberto (URU)
    Árbitro asistente 1: NIEVAS Miguel Ángel (URU)
    Árbitro asistente 2: PASTORINO Carlos (URU)
    4º árbitro: UBRIACO Darío (URU)
    Comisario: NEJAR Hildo (BRA)
  20. efernandez9

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    el mejor partido de la 1r fecha tiene que ser el de chile vs argentina.

    pronosticos de alineaciones?

    hay mucho lesionado y dt nuevo en argentina
  21. JAIME CHILE

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    Recién mañana se conocerá la nómina, pero para la 1a fecha están descartados Gary Medel (expulsado en 4ºs de final de Copa América) y Alexis Sánchez (lesionado), así que lo más probable es que Borghi use estos 11 en Argentina:

    C.Bravo;
    W.Ponce,
    P.Contreras, G.Jara;
    M.Isla, C.Carmona, A.Vidal, J.Beausejour,
    J.Valdivia;
    E.Vargas, H.Suazo(M.Pinilla).
  22. Amercali

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    why are they playing matches on Fridays for this WCQ? in the past WCQs a round would always be played on Sat and Sun and then the following round would be played on a Tues and Wed. I work on Fridays lol...
  23. JAIME CHILE

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    Apparently is Platini's idea.:mad:
    Playing fridays and tuesdays in South America is a great idea from the point of view of the european clubs, so they can have their players back 1 day earlier.
  24. JAIME CHILE

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    Directores técnicos debutantes:

    Alejandro Sabella (Argentina)
    Leonel Álvarez (Colombia)
    Francisco Arce (Paraguay)

    Directores técnicos que continuan (por ahora):

    Oscar Tabárez (Uruguay)
    Sergio Markarián(Uru) (Perú)
    César Farías (Venezuela)
    Claudio Borghi(Arg) (Chile)
    Reinaldo Rueda(Col) (Ecuador)
    Gustavo Quinteros (Bolivia)
  25. Latin Pride

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    I don't mind, I'm work on saturdays and off on fridays

    Thanks Platini :D

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