Who will Win the Libertadores 2011?

Discussion in 'Copa Libertadores / Sudamericana' started by SoccerScout, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. efernandez9

    efernandez9 Member

    Jun 6, 1999
    Joe Pool Lake
    Refuerzos copa liberta 2011

    Penarol y Junior de killa se pelean por los servicios de F.Carini
    el portero Uruguayo

    cuestion salarial los separa del jugador.

    corinthians busca armar un tridente de parranderos/disco tremendo!
  2. Century's Best

    Century's Best Member+

    Jul 29, 2003
    Liga de Quito in 2007 and Onze Caldas in 2004 notwithstanding, it's going to be a team from either Brazil or Argentina.

    Brazil's candidates:
    Santos (2009 Copa do Brasil, has Ganso and Neymar)
    Internacional (current Libertadores winners: boasts tough and tested veterans and has great team chemistry)
    Fluminense (2010 Brazilian champions; has players w/ talent and experience)
    Cruzeiro (another team with a strong base)
    Corinthians (must advance from playoff stage, but they will have Ronaldo)
    Grêmio (2-time Libertadores winner, did well in the 2010 Brazilian premiership, and seeks a 3rd title especially given crosstown rival Internacional's recent successes, but must first advance from playoff stage)

    Argentina's contenders:
    Estudantes da Prata (2009 Libertadores winners, still has Veron)
    Independente (if they win in the playoff - won 2010 Copa Sul-Americana)
    Velez Sarsfield
    Argentines Juniores
    Godoy Cruz (don't know them well, but they made it)
  3. leomessi1919

    leomessi1919 New Member

    Jun 18, 2008
    CA Boca Juniors
    Nat'l Team:
    In 2007 Boca won it. 2008 was Liga... Also Olimpia won it in 2002, so there have been winners from 4 different countries won it the past decade
  4. Century's Best

    Century's Best Member+

    Jul 29, 2003
    Right, Olimpia.... but could a Paraguayan team win it in 2011? I wonder how Nacional & Penarol will do next year.
  5. guri

    guri Member+

    Apr 10, 2002
    Well you can start shaking in your boots already

    Diego Aguirre is back in Peñarol

    and JR Carrasco is with the gallinas


    el campeon del siglo XX is back

    you already saw Independiente in the Sudamericana

    la historia manda!
  6. Century's Best

    Century's Best Member+

    Jul 29, 2003
    Nacional did school Rio da Prata in recent time, but other than that, it didn't do much. Penarol did even less. Let's hope these two Uruguayan teams bring something interesting next year.

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