SL Benfica vs U Leiria [R] Expect 60,000 more in attendance

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  1. Frank Cunha

    Frank Cunha New Member

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  2. ferreirajl

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    [​IMG] v[​IMG]

    Superliga week 29

    Match statistics

    SL Benfica's record at home to U. Leiria: 7-3-1
    SL Benfica's biggest home win to U.Leiria: 4-0 (1995/96)
    U. Leiria's biggest away win to SL Benfica: 0-2 (2001/02)

    Typical result: 0-0 (happened 2 times)

    From the last 10 games: SL Benfica scored 18 goals, suffered 8
  3. Frank Cunha

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    Leiria going thru bad times, yesterday for I understand the referee had a lot to do with it, but I also hear on the news it was the worse game played in the Superliga this season
  4. ferreirajl

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    They also feature the crappiest foreign player in the Superliga:

    Conehead striker Krpan
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    if this guy fell out of bed he'd probably miss the floor.

    completely useless


  5. Frank Cunha

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    usually the guy the score's the goals against Benfica
  6. ferreirajl

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    Last year the goal scorers were Douala (twice) and Luis Filipe in the 3-3 draw at Leiria.
    This year it was Fangueiro who scored in Leiria's 1-0 win.

    Believe me. Baldy can't hit the broad side of a barn.
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  8. PassItOn

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    60,000 fans wishing for a better team! :D
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    Sporting vs Newcastle a game for the semi-finals only sold of today 15,000 tickets and not more then 30,000 are expected, look who's talking :cool:

    www.ojogo.pt
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    Let's all hope Leiria wins against Benfica, the clubs is going through rough times lets give'em some support. :D

    Forca Leiria!
  11. Frank Cunha

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    don't you have a Braga forum, are you looking for trouble?
  12. PassItOn

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    Frank, like I've posted before. It's not quantity, it's Quality. :p
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    You got my vote.
  14. SLB4EVERSLB

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    This thred just shows that Benfica is the biggest club, a Portista a Largato and Barcarrense all worried about Benfica, worry about your own club!
  15. Frank Cunha

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    preparation for the game with Leiria, Benfica B team defeats the A team 5-2, with a hat trick by Delibasic

    JOGO-TREINO NO COMPLEXO DO JAMOR
    'Bês' goleiam titulares (5-2)

    Um jogo-treino com a equipa B no complexo do Jamor preencheu a tarde do Benfica, que perdeu (2-5), com o avançado Delibasic em destaque, ao fazer um "hat-trick".

    Hélio Roque e Fernando Alexandre completaram o marcador para os «bês», que viram Nuno Gomes e Bruno Aguiar apontaram os golos da equipa principal.

    De referir que a habitual equipa titular apenas alinhou durante a primeira parte do treino, com excepção de Luisão e Dos Santos, que só actuaram na etapa complementar.

    Data: Quarta-Feira, 13 de Abril de 2005 19:02:00
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    Im sure you're hoping Sporting, Porto and Braga win their games :rolleyes:
  17. Frank Cunha

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    Its time Benfica get's a little help from the referee's, I don't remember when they got any help :cool:
  18. SLB4EVERSLB

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    I dont, i hope Benficas wins thats all!
  19. ferreirajl

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    Sure thing buddy.
    You never celebrated a defeat by one of the teams mentioned above? :rolleyes:
  20. PassItOn

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    What more help? Throughout the season Benfica by far has been the team most benefited by the CD, and referees, and you want more. That's freaking hilarious. The only way Benfica will win is with a little help from the league.
  21. Benfica_fan

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    Yea ok, go ahead and believe that. :rolleyes:
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    I don't have to go back any further then this weekend.
    The comments that caceteiro made this weekend would definetely bring a suspension to any other SL team.
  23. Benfica_fan

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    No it wouldn't, we all hear worse things coming from other people, and they don't get suspended. Why should Petit? Anyways, players have to give flash interviews, sometimes they say things they shouldn't, but with all the acusations going on, Petit spoke his mind. Was he wrong to say that, sure, but hey, he apoligized, the league is fine with it, case closed. Everyone has moved on, except you.
  24. PassItOn

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    So by your assement of the situation, if a player apoligizes on the field he shouldn't get a yellow or a red card.

    People need to be responsible for the actions or words they choose, and assume the the responsibilities for them. We in the real world live by this rule! So why are you excusing his actions?

    Most impotant is the league needs to be unbiased on the way they dish out the penalties for such offenses.
  25. Benfica_fan

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    Where did I say he shouldn't be suspended? I said the league is fine with it, move on. If the league suspended him, fine, I'm just saying than many others should be suspended too if Petit were suspended. The league isn't being biased, they feel Petit doesn't deserve a suspension, but if you have such a big problem with it, write to the league and get Petit suspended. It's funny seeing a Sporting fan complain about Benfica supposedly being "helped", I can imagine the fans of the smaller clubs laughing at this.
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