Sudamericano Sub20 Argentina(enero-febrero 2013)

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  1. Suyuntuy

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    The coming fixtures decide this puppy.

    Chile - Uruguay: I think Chile can do it. Uruguay has lost steam, today they looked tired. There is a certain lack of creativity in the middle. They can compensate some when they have spaces, though, and Chile often does that. Those red cards Chileans keep getting is because of the big spaces left at the back, when one of them must retreat fast and stop the counter at any price. My bet is that Chile wins this, in a close shave. 2-1 or so.

    Peru - Colombia: Peruvian teams get tired fast. As the tournament advances, we'll see less and less running, and the stamina in each game starts running low. Colombia is the opposite: some of the fastest, biggest players, who still haven't been pushed to the limit. Colombia is on the way up, Peru on the way up. Probably one of those games that Peru starts winning, only to get tired and end up losing. My bet is a Colombian win, 3-1.

    Paraguay - Ecuador: This is it. The game that decides how good Paraguay really is. They are South America's France: able to beat Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, and then losing to Peru, Venezuela and Bolivia. France is just like that, beating Germany or Spain and then losing to Belarus or Finland. I have no idea how this one is going to go. Bet Ecuador dominated the first half, with the fast runners they got. If they score a goal early, then I don't see Paraguay winning. I'm thinking a 1-1 tie.


  2. JAIME CHILE

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    Quizás más de alguno se dio cuenta: los 3 mejores clasificaron del mismo grupo A (Colombia, Paraguay y Chile).
    Se supone que a los locales siempre les dan el grupo más fácil, pero esta vez Argentina se topó en el mismo grupo con las 3 mejores selecciones.
  3. elviejomen

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    Tambien es muy dificil calcular en las sub 20's quienes son los mas debiles
    Quizas Uruguay Argentina y Brazil tienen mas historia pero thats about it...
  4. guri

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    tranquilo, tranquilo que esto recien empieza
    a esta edad cualquiera le gana a cualquiera


  5. posteador

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    Good point. I think it's gonna cost 'em.
  6. Yañez

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    I don´t agree, although a closer look would be necessary. Most, if not all our red are because of some stupid thing, like yesterdays.
  7. Clenbuterol

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    I seriously think FIFA should give Chile a stern lecture before the Youth World Cup (assuming they qualify).

    The amount of cards they are earning is just plain unsportsmanlike. Don't want to see any of that in Turkey.
  8. Yañez

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    Chile, fair play champions.

    For us at least, the results were great. Uruguay losing means its still up to us to go for first.
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  9. Yañez

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    Wanna see the statistics, how many yellows and reds we have. Must be a record.
    BTW Bolivianfuego, your like made me win a trophy hahaha.
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  10. efernandez9

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    ecuador solo aguanto 30 minutos y desaprovecho 3 aproximaciones muy buenas y toko toke con clase, un 1r tiempo con un 2-0 medio raro
    la expulsion del Rlledo y no pudieron aprovechar la roja que se llevo el ingenuo del codazo.
    buen y letal cierre de jugadas en el 2nd tiempo puso la firma en la eliminacion de Ecuador. Yo creo que estan fuera, no veo como se repongan ante los proximos dos RIVALES que tienen que sumar empates para avanzar a turquia WC

    para el que pidio estadisticas DE TARJETAS EN EL TORNEO:

    MENDOZA.- Pese a que la selección chilena Sub 20 ganó el Grupo A del Sudamericano de Mendoza con canasta limpia, mostró un punto débil que no llegó a empañar ese gran rendimiento en la primera fase, pero que en el duelo ante Paraguay, en el inicio del hexagonal final, perjudicó al equipo: Las constantes tarjetas que recibe en cada partido.
    El cuadro de Mario Salas tiene como característica el roce y la vehemencia en cada pelota, lo cual ha sido contraproducente. En cinco partidos ya acumula 14 tarjetas amarillas y cinco expulsados en apenas cinco partidos, una cifra muy exagerada para un torneo donde en pocos pleitos se definen cosas importantes.
    Además, esto convierte al equipo chileno en la escuadra con más rojas y amonestaciones en el Sudamericano.
  11. Yañez

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    Gracias por el dato, ahora son 6 rojas en 6 partidos.

    A proposito, la expulsion de Rabello fue injustificada.
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    Paraguay barely tied with peru, otherwise they would of been a 4 way tie.
  13. Suyuntuy

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    Honestamente... Brazil ha sido el peor equipo en este campeonato. Hasta Bolivia lo hizo mejor.

    Tal vez en cuatro años estarán, como lo quiere Santista, listos para irse a la CONCACAF. Porque si este es su futuro...
  14. Santista1962

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    It has been confirmed: Max Barrios and Juan Espinoza are one and the same.


    In the province of Sullana, the administrative section of the area anulled his birth certificate due to the amount of irregularities they found in their own investigation,


    Of course, the FPF claims that this is "very common" and they "had no idea"....

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    well if it's 'very common', you would've thought the crooks in this story (whoever those are?) would have gone "big" and gone to Brasil or Argentina instead of Ecuador?
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    No way, as bad as Brasil was. Bolivia had 15 goals scored on them in 4 games.
  17. Suyuntuy

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    At least the Bolivians had a plan. They lacked ability. Brazil lacked both. Brazil would have got murdered in Group A.
  18. Santista1962

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    More into this, apparently he was recognized by his former teammate and the Ecuadorian coach when he went to celebrate with his teammates on the field after beating Brasil...

    ...stupid fool, he should have stayed at the bench. :ROFLMAO:
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    This had to be the worst Brazil team to set foot on a pitch at any level in decades.

    I don't know if they would have gotten murdered but they probably would have done the same as Argentina.
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    Ahora sacan a Peru meten a Argentina por ser local y Argrntina termina ganando todos sus partidos y clasifican al mundial...

    LoL!
    Ahhh y Iturbe goleador del torneo
  21. Dominican Lou

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    Of course they had no idea.

    You think they're going to risk getting a World Cup ban (yeah, yeah, yeah, Peru never makes it anyway- you get the point) so they can get a dude who couldn't hack it in the Ecuadorian league to play on a youth team?? C'mon.

    Even if he was the next Messi it wouldn't be worth it. If he was a great player but was too old for the U-20s, you wouldn't forge a birth certificate, you'd just put him in the regular NT.

    The only reason this guy got onto Aurich and the NT was because everyone thought he was 17 and would grow up to be a great player. His level for a 25-year-old is crap.
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  22. Suyuntuy

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    Iturbe wouldn't hit an elephant half a metre away.
  23. locotl

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    Group A is overrated
  24. Santista1962

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    Wow...this keeps getting better and better...:unsure:

    Max, Juan...whatever his name is...he apparently also spent time in jail in Ecuador and was, and is, actually out on bail after being involved in a shootout at a club in Ecuador...

    And his brother, Luis, has also committed identity forgery. However, his case is far more blatant than Max/Juan

  25. Suyuntuy

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    A friggin' telenovela.
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