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irgendwie hab ich noch keinen rundenthread finden können, darum "opfer" ich mich mal ;)

Samstag, 26. Januar 2008

18:00 Sampdoria - Siena

20:30 AS Rom - Palermo

Sonntag, 27. Januar 2008

15:00 Empoli - Florenz

15:00 AC Mailand - Genoa

15:00 Udinese Calcio - Inter Mailand

15:00 FC Turin - Lazio

15:00 Cagliari - Napoli

15:00 Catania - FC Parma

15:00 Atalanta - Reggina

20:30 Livorno - Juventus Turin

highlight in meinen augen ist ganz klar Roma-Palermo.

ansonsten versprechen die partien udine - inter, milan - genoa und auch toro - lazio sicherlich einiges an spannung. auch empoli - fiorentina nicht uninteressant.

auf jeden fall wieder ein feiner spieltag :yes:

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Nach den letzten Berichten hat sich die Anzahl der fitten Spieler in unserem Kader von 14 auf 13 :glubsch: reduziert: Buffon hat Rückenprobleme und könnte im schlimmsten Fall operiert werden. Gegen Livorno wird wohl Belardi das Tor hüten...

Dazu passend:

Calcio Debate: How Will Italy Cope If Buffon Misses Euro 2008?

Following the news that Gianluigi Buffon is suffering from a potentially serious back injury – Carlo Garganese asks how Italy would cope if the great man was to miss Euro 2008…

Only the most tunnel-visioned of Chelsea and Real Madrid fans would argue that Gianluigi Buffon is head-and-shoulders the best goalkeeper in the world.

Indeed I have little doubt that by the time his career ends, which will most likely be another 10 years or so, he will have established himself as the greatest shot-stopper of all time.

With this summer’s European Championships just around the corner, it is clear that Buffon will be crucial to Italy’s hopes of winning a second major tournament in succession.

The Azzurri have three players who they will find very difficult to replace. One is obviously Fabio Cannavaro, who is still a top-class defender, but more importantly is the captain and organiser of the team.

The second is Andrea Pirlo, who brings a unique quality that simply cannot be substituted. Finally there is Luca Toni in the first striker role. Behind the Bayern Munich man there are very few valid alternatives of his ilk.

If any of these players were to miss Euro 2008, it would be a huge blow. However an even more catastrophic loss would surely be the absence of Buffon.

Beneath the great man, there really is a worrying shortage of top-class goalkeepers.

Gone are the days when Italy could take two or three world-class custodians to a major championship.

In 1970 the Azzurri had Enrico Albertosi and Dino Zoff at their disposal, at Italia 90’ they had Walter Zenga and Stefano Tacconi, while at France 98’ Buffon sat as third-choice to Gianluca Pagliuca and Francesco Toldo.

At Euro 2008 Buffon’s deputies will be Livorno’s Marco Amelia and Roma’s benchwarmer Gianluca Curci.

Should, God forbid, Buffon’s potentially serious back injury force him to miss Euro 2008, then this could prove disastrous for Italy’s chances of winning the trophy.

I have never been totally convinced by Amelia’s ability, despite his hot-prospect status, and I can remember being horrified when I was in Germany in 2006 by just how many mistakes the 25-year-old was making during training matches.

For sure Amelia has potential, indeed he was absolutely brilliant in Livorno’s 1-0 win over Empoli last weekend, pulling off a string of stunning saves.

However with no Champions League experience, and only five international caps to his name, does he have what is required to adequately replace an injured Buffon at Euro 2008?

I doubt it very much.

The lack of Italian goalkeepers playing in Serie A is really becoming something of a concern.

Three of the peninsula’s top four clubs all have Brazilians between the sticks. Inter have Julio Cesar, Roma boast Alexander Doni, while Milan have Nelson Dida.

Then you look at the teams just below them in size like Fiorentina, who have Sebastien Frey, and Udinese, who have Samir Handanovic.

All in all seven of Serie A’s first-choice stoppers are foreign, while of the Italians that keep stick, four are between the ages of 39 and 43 (think Marco Ballotta).

"In Italy clubs lack the courage necessary to launch and protect a young goalkeeper,” slammed Atletico Madrid shot-stopper Cristian Abbiati last week, who also declared during the same interview that Marco Amelia was not good enough to be Italy’s number two.

“It is true that we no longer have so many youngsters like before.”

Luckily for Italy, Gianluigi Buffon, at the age of 29, will probably be able to go on for at least another two World Cups and two European Championships. This should provide plenty of time to find someone to fill his big gloves.

However the risk is always there that the Juventus man may be forced out of one of these tournaments through injury.

In view of this, it surely is time for Italian clubs to review their policies on goalkeepers.

If you were to remove Gianluigi Buffon from the equation, then Italy are really no better off than England when it comes to the quality of their shot-stoppers.

And as all Three Lions fans will know - that is certainly not something to be proud of.

Laut Republicca wird Gigi aber in den nächsten Wochen zurückkehren...

http://www.repubblica.it/news/sport_gen/sport_n_2860500.html

Edited by Tom.

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Inter-Squad für das Spiel in Udinese:

Goalkeepers: 1 Francesco Toldo, 12 Julio Cesar, 22 Paolo Orlandoni.

Defenders: 2 Ivan Cordoba, 4 Javier Zanetti, 6 Maxwell, 16 Nicolas Burdisso, 23 Marco Materazzi, 24 Nelson Rivas.

Midfielders: 5 Dejan Stankovic, 11 Luis Jimenez, 14 Patrick Vieira, 19 Esteban Cambiasso, 21 Santiago Solari, 30 Pelé, 31 Cesar.

Strikers: 9 Julio Ricardo Cruz, 8 Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 18 Hernan Crespo, 45 Mario Balotelli.

Was auf fällt: kein Maniche. Hätt gar nicht mitbekommen warum der nicht dabei is, sprich Verletzung oder so. Weis wer was?

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Ronaldo hat sich wieder verletzt dazu kommen die Langzeitverletzten Serginho, Jankulovski und Dida!

Demnach wird man gegen Genoa wohl wieder mit Weihnachtsbaum aufspielen! (:nein:)

Kalac

Oddo - Nesta - Kaladse - Favalli

Gattuso - Pirlo - Ambrosini

Kaká - Seedorf

Pato

Hoffe da geht was! :nervoes:

FORZA MILAN

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Ach ja, noch 0:0 bei Roma-Palermo

und gerade ROT für Rinaudo für einen unmotivierten henkerschnitt - zwar hart, aber ok

und soeben: 59. 1:0 Mancini :clap:

edit: und aus! verdiente 3 punkte; nicht mehr, nicht weniger :yes:

Edited by Funkmaster

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La 20° Giornata:

Sampdoria - Siena (1:0)

gol.gif Cassano

Roma - Palermo (1:0)

gol.gif Mancini

:redcard: Rinaudo

Empoli - Fiorentina (0:0)

Milan - Genoa (0:0)

Udinese - Inter (0:0)

:redcard: César

Torino - Lazio (0:0)

:redcard: Barone

Cagliari - Napoli (0:0)

Catania - Parma (0:0)

Atalanta - Reggina (1:0)

gol.gif Rivalta

Livorno - Juventus (0:0)

Edited by MILANISTA

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Die Rote war völlig überzogen. Das 1-0 geht auf Fontanas Kappe.

Aber was Guidolin immer mit seiner Aufstellung aufführt :hää?deppat?:

Guidolin gab als Devise bestimmt ein 0-0 mit 10 Abwehrspielern aus. Ohne den Rinaudo Ausschluss wäre es wohl aufgegangen.

Trotzdem uns fehlt einfach ein Spielmacher. Das Mittelfeld ist ohne Ideen. Guana und Migliaccio kämpfen, Simplicio wie immer unsichtbar und von Miccoli braucht man gar nicht reden, der wird immer mehr zum Fehleinkauf.

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