Other FSU in the Champions League

Discussion in 'Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, & the former Soviet Repu' started by Justin O, Jul 2, 2005.

  1. Justin O

    Justin O Member+

    Seattle Sounders
    United States
    Nov 30, 1998
    on the run from the covid
    Club:
    Seattle
    Can all the other FSU countries get by in their own forum without being subsidised by posts from their big Slavic former overlords? Only time will tell.

    Anyway, here's what we're looking at in the Champions League:

    Dinamo Minsk v FC Anorthosis (Cyp)
    Lev. Tallinn v Dinamo Tbilisi
    Kairat v Artmedia (Slk)
    Neftchi v Hafnarfjordur (Ice)
    Rabotnicki (Mac) v Skonto
    Sliema (Mal) v Sheriff
    HB (Far) v Kaunas
    Haka (Fin) v Pyunik
     
  2. Zenit

    Zenit Moderator
    Staff Member

    Jun 3, 2000
    Above the Tear Line
    Club:
    Zenit St Petersburg
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Well we'll certainly work on it, J-O. What would you suggest?? Do you want a FSU Central Asian forum/Caucasus nations forum/Moldova etc.?? Please specify what u mean. To be honest, the traffic for C-Asia would be a hard sell to the adminds here, but I'm open to any suggestions that you may have.
     
  3. Justin O

    Justin O Member+

    Seattle Sounders
    United States
    Nov 30, 1998
    on the run from the covid
    Club:
    Seattle
    Actually it kind of parallels real life. Russian and Ukrainian nationalism have left the Central Asian countries with a kind of independence thrust upon them that they never requested! Maybe a revival of pan-Turkism could work towards a Greater Turkestan board, where we could discuss everything from Galatasaray to Dinamo Samarkand to Rubin Kazan! ;)

    Seriously though, I really have no suggestions or any particular preferences. As it is, this would be a fun forum were it to get any traffic. And it's already all set up, so may as well give it a go.
     
  4. gaijin

    gaijin New Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Malaysia
    Qualifying Round 1 results - 1st leg:

    Kairat Almaty [KAZ] 2-0 Artmedia Petržalka [SVK]
    [Fomenko 40, Likhobabenko 70]

    Neftchi Baku [AZE] 2-0 Hafnarfjordur [ISL]
    [Mammadov 20, Mishura 90]

    Levadia Tallinn [EST] 1-0 Dinamo Tbilisi [GEO]
    [Nahk 45 (pen)]

    Dinamo Minsk [BLR] 1-1 Anorthosis [CYP]
    [Liantsevich 56; Frusos 45]

    Rabotnicki Skopje [MAC] 6-0 Skonto Riga [LAT]
    [Kralevski 29, Ignatov 55 (pen), Nuhiji 63, 87, Maznov 70, 77]

    Sliema Wanderers [MLT] 1-4 Sheriff Tiraspol [MLD]
    [Bogdanovic 74; Epureanu 20, Kuchuk 23, 62, Florescu 51]

    FC Haka [FIN] 1-0 Pyunik Yerevan [ARM]
    [Pasoja 25]

    Other:

    Dudelange [LUX] 0-1 Zrinjski [BIH]
    [Maric 23]
     
  5. Forza Moskva

    Forza Moskva New Member

    Sep 20, 2004
    Mila Kunis' Crib
    sign uppp for the fantasy leageueeeeee
     
  6. gaijin

    gaijin New Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Malaysia
    Qualifying Round 1 results - 1st leg cont...:

    HB Torshavn [FSI] 2-4 Kaunas [LIT]
    [Thorsteinsson 29, Jespersen 47; Velicka 2, 25, Klimek 35, Zelmikas 48]

    Other:

    NK Gorica [SLO] 2-0 SK Tirana [ALB]
    [Kovacevic 65, Birsa 81]

    Glentoran [NIR] 1-2 Shelbourne [IRE]
    [Ward 78; Byrne 55, 64 (pen)]
     
  7. DynamoKiev_USA

    DynamoKiev_USA New Member

    Jul 6, 2003
    Silver Spring, MD

    ABSOLUTELY SHOCKING result for Skonto :eek: :eek: :eek: WTF????!
     
  8. Slitty

    Slitty Member

    Apr 17, 2005
    Russia
    Skonto got what they deserved, but not to worry, they will have a better second leg and progress to the next round.
     
  9. DynamoKiev_USA

    DynamoKiev_USA New Member

    Jul 6, 2003
    Silver Spring, MD
    HAHA it was 6:0 dude :D
     
  10. gaijin

    gaijin New Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Malaysia
    I hope that's sarcastic. Your lack of the ironic smilie is confusing me... :confused:
     
  11. yasik19

    yasik19 Moderator
    Staff Member

    Oct 21, 2004
    Daly City
    i thought you specified that no smiles were to be used? ;)
     
  12. gaijin

    gaijin New Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Malaysia
    That was if I was mod...

    But I'm not....

    :rolleyes:
     
  13. BuRaK

    BuRaK New Member

    Jul 15, 2005
    Famagusta,Cyprus
    Dinamo Tb (Georgia) 2 : 0 Levadia T (Estonia)
    [Melkadze 45,Orbeldaze 50]

    Kaunas (Lithuania) 4 : 0 HB Torshavn (Faroe Islandes)
    [Velicka 44,Rimkiavicius 64,81,Zelmikas 90]
     
  14. gaijin

    gaijin New Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Malaysia
    Kaunas will get Liverpool in the next round if I'm not mistaken...
     
  15. yasik19

    yasik19 Moderator
    Staff Member

    Oct 21, 2004
    Daly City
    If they do, i hope they trash them. Ohhhhhhh, i can only wish.
     
  16. BuRaK

    BuRaK New Member

    Jul 15, 2005
    Famagusta,Cyprus
    That's correct.The first leg will be in Lithuania on 26/27 July. [second leg 2 and 3 August]
     
  17. DynamoKiev_USA

    DynamoKiev_USA New Member

    Jul 6, 2003
    Silver Spring, MD
    Glad to see Dinamo Tbilisi move on!!!
     
  18. gaijin

    gaijin New Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Malaysia
    Well their finishing against TNS left a lot to be desired...

    And TNS are Totally Nonsensical Shite.

    I wish Barry Town were back to their former selves, South Wales needs some Champions League Football.... and Port Talbot are just crap.
     
  19. gaijin

    gaijin New Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Malaysia
    Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain has a population of just over a 1000 people.
     
  20. Forza Moskva

    Forza Moskva New Member

    Sep 20, 2004
    Mila Kunis' Crib
    Why not TNS. :(
     
  21. yasik19

    yasik19 Moderator
    Staff Member

    Oct 21, 2004
    Daly City
    cuz TNS will lose to Liverpool.
     
  22. gaijin

    gaijin New Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Malaysia
    That's why.

    Mind you, I think they are the only full-time squad in the League of Wales now. I could be wrong, I think Rhyl might be as well...
     
  23. gaijin

    gaijin New Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Malaysia
    Qualifying Round 1 results - 2nd leg:

    Dinamo Tbilisi [GEO] (0) 2-0 (1) Levadia Tallinn [EST]
    [Melkadze 44, Orbeladze 49]
    [Sent off = Odikadze 65 (D)]

    * Dinamo Tbilisi [GEO] win 2-1 on agg.

    Kaunas [LIT] (4) 4-0 (2) HB Torshavn [FSI]
    [Velicka 44, Rimkevicius 64, 81, Zelmikas 90]

    * Kaunas [LIT] win 8-2 on agg.

    Pyunik Yerevan [ARM] (0) 2-2 (1) FC Haka [FIN]
    [Pachayan 3, Diawara 30; Mattila 38, Fowler 63]

    * FC Haka [FIN] win 3-2 on agg.

    Skonto Riga [LAT] (0) 1-0 (6) Rabotnicki Skopje [MAC]
    [Pereplyotkin 90]

    * Rabotnicki Skopje [MAC] win 6-1 on agg.

    Anorthosis [CYP] (1) 1-0 (1) Dinamo Minsk [BLR]
    [Samaras 71]

    Anorthosis [CYP] win 2-1 on agg.

    Sheriff Tiraspol [MLD] (4) 2-0 (1) Sliema Wanderers [MLT]
    [Derme 78, Cocis 83]

    * Sheriff Tiraspol [MLD] win 6-1 on agg.

    Artmedia Petrzalka [SVK] (0) 4-1 (2) Kairat Almaty [KAZ] (aet)
    [Borbely 21, Tchur 52, Kozak 94 (pen), Stano 120; Bogomolov 91]

    * Artmedia Petrzalka [SVK] win 4-3 on agg.

    Hafnarfjordur [ISL] (0) 1-2 (2) Neftchi Baku [AZE]
    [Borgvardt 60; Mammadov 51, Nabijev 80]

    * Neftchi Baku [AZE] win 4-1 on agg.

    Others:

    TNS [WAL] (0) 0-3 (3) Liverpool [ENG]
    [Cisse 26, Gerrard 85, 86]

    * Liverpool [ENG] win 6-0 on agg.

    Zrinjski [BIH](1) 0-4 (0) Dudelange [LUX] (aet)
    [Gruszczynski 90, 105, Gregorio 97, Hug 113]

    * Dudelange [LUX] win 4-1 on agg.

    Shelbourne [IRE] (2) 4-1 (1) Glentoran [NIR]
    [Heary 13, Byrne 32, 71, Crowe 58; McCann 20]
    [Sent off = Leeman (G) 30]

    * Shelbourne [IRE] win 6-2 on agg.

    SK Tirana [ALB] (0) 3-0 (2) NK Gorica [SLO]
    [Rraklli 37, Mukaj 40, Salihi 44]

    * SK Tirana [ALB] win 3-2 on agg.
     
  24. gaijin

    gaijin New Member

    Aug 1, 2004
    Malaysia
    2nd Round Draw (revised):

    Artmedia Petrzalka [SVK] v Celtic [SCO]

    Rabotnicki Skopje [MAC] v Lokomotiv Moskva [RUS]

    Kaunas [LIT] v Liverpool [ENG]

    Shelbourne [IRE] v Steaua Bucharest [ROM]

    Dinamo Tbilisi [GEO] v Brondby [DEN]

    Partizan Belgrade [SGC] v Sheriff Tiraspol [MLD]

    Debrecen [HUN] v Hadjuk Split [CRO]

    SK Tirana [ALB] v CSKA Sofia [BUL]

    Anderlecht [BEL] v Neftchi Baku [AZE]

    Valerenga [NOR] v FC Haka [FIN]

    Dudelange [LUX] v Rapid Vienna [AUT]

    Dynamo Kyiv [UKR] v TC Thun [SUI]

    Malmo [SWE] v Maccabi Haifi [ISR]

    Anorthosis [CYP] v Trabzonspor [TUR]
     
  25. BuRaK

    BuRaK New Member

    Jul 15, 2005
    Famagusta,Cyprus
    :eek:

    I can't believe that Minsk lost the round
     

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