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Discussion in 'Copa Libertadores / Sudamericana' started by locoxriver, Jun 26, 2005.
No entendes, es porque "siempre perjudican a los brasileiros"..
Yes, bad calls, both sides = bad ref.
But this one is a thief!
I'm not going to argue, is not even my team. But is clear that Conmebol wants Defensor out of the tournament.
Let's wait 'til next week and you'll see.
menos mal, no quiero saber lo que sería si los "ayudaran"
No, not both sides. Defensor didn't have two CLEAR penalties taken away from them. Defensor always spent a bunch of time wasting clock on throw ins, fouls, goal kicks, etc and the ref only gave 2 minutes of extra time for both halves. Bad officiating is just another obstacle teams are going to have to overcome in order to win the Libertadores...
Santos, Nacional and Gremio are nobodies??
LMAO you need to brush up on some history then
Compare them with the true GRANDES:
Independiente, Penarol, Boca, Sao Paulo...
and you'll see what I'm saying.
(Maybe Nacional, but remember that I'm manya)
Would you consider River a Grande? (I doubt it, even if they won 10 Libertadores)
ok, and that still doesn't make them Nobodies
I'm betting that next week the referee will be the colombian Ruiz, personal ref of the brazilians.
No, it will be Baldassi, who screws over the Brazilians.
What about Selman? He was wearing gremio's shirt underneath
1-pachuca 2-boca 3-cucuta
4-libertad 5-defesor sporting 6-America 7-Santos 8-national
Gremio and not Pachuca should be in top 8. Copa Libertadores is the top tourney in latin america. Pachuca won the Copa Sud, good thing but it's a 2nd tier tourney vs Copa Lib.
That was posted on May 15, 2007.
And everybody got up in arms about it.
Dicho y hecho!!!
When Boca decided to get serious there was no competition.
Shows how much "futbol wisdom" there is in this forum.
Que bonito. Muestras un alto nivel de discusion
1. Boca (Sudamericana 2004, Recopa 2005, Sudamericana 2005, Recopa 2006, Libertadores 2007)
2. Inter (Libertadores 2006, Team World Cup 2006, Recopa 2007)
3. Pachuca (Sudamericana 2006)
4. Sao Paulo (Libertadores 2005)
5. Colo Colo (runner-up on Sudamericana 2005)
6. Libertad (made it to the best 8 on last 2 Libertadores in a row)
7. Toluca (2007 Mexican champion)
8. San Lorenzo (2007 Argentinean champion)
Oops, I meant Danubio for #7...
sao paulo porque o que?