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Thursday, April 14, 2011

intermilan vs juventus

Foto Liga Italia Inter Milan Vs Juventus
Walaupun akan menjalani laga penting dan bergengsi di semifinal Liga Champions melawan Barcelona pertengahan minggu nanti, pelatih Inter Milan Jose Maurinho tetap menurunkan pemain inti pada pertandingan melawan juventus tadi. Beberapa alasan utamanya adalah ambisi untuk meraih scudetto dan gengsi pertandingan klasik.

Sementara dari kubu La Vecchia Signora juga tidak kalah menampilkan skuad utama dalam pertandingan versus Inter Milan ini. Gelandang Diego Ribas yang sempat diragukan bisa tampil secara megejutkan masuk dalam starting XI.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Profile Jesus Navas

Nama Lengkap : Jesus Navas Gonzalez
Tempat Lahir : Sevilla, Spanyol
Tanggal Lahir : 21 November 1985
Kebangsaan : Spanyol
Posisi : Sayap

Jesus Navas lahir di Sevilla, 21 November 1985. Pemain berposisi sebagai gelandang serang atau sayap kanan atau kiri itu kini bermain di klub kelahirannya, Sevilla. Selain di level klub, pemain bertinggi 170 cm itu juga telah dua kali memperkuat timnas Spanyol.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

profil nani

Nama Lengkap : Luis Carlos Almeida da Cunha
Tempat Lahir : Praia, Cape Verde
Tanggal Lahir : 17-11-1986
Kebangsaan : Portugal
Posisi : Gelandang

Luís Carlos Almeida da Cunha lahir pada 17 November 1986, atau lebih dikenal sebagai Nani, adalah seorang pemain sepak bola warga negara Portugal yang bermain di posisi sayap untuk klub Liga Inggris Manchester United dan juga tim nasional Portugal.

Profile Lassana Diarra

Nama Lengkap : Lassana Diarra
Tempat Lahir : Paris, Prancis
Tanggal Lahir : 10 Maret 1985
Kebangsaan : Prancis
Posisi : Gelandang

Lassana Diarra adalah pemain sepak bola asal Prancis yang saat ini bermain di La Liga bersama Real Madrid. Selain bermain di Real Madrid, Diarra juga merupakan pemain inti di tim nasional Prancis. Pemain kelahiran Paris, 10 Maret 1985 itu berposisi sebagai gelandang bertahan atau bek kanan.

profiles one of the most highly regarded young talents at the 2011 Asian Cup...

By Peter Staunton

The best goal of the 2011 Asian Cup was scored on the opening matchday by Uzbekistan's Odil Ahmedov against tournament hosts Qatar. Picking the ball up about 30 metres from goal, the Pakhtakor captain rifled the ball into Qasem Burhan's top corner to give his side the lead. It was an advantage they were to embellish towards the end of the game, through their most well known player Server Djeparov, once the recipient of Asia football's highest individual honour - the 2008 player of the year award.

Should Ahmedov continue along his expected career trajectory, he could follow the footsteps of his national team colleague into the consciousness of football fans across the continent.

The 23-year-old Ahmedov has been utilised in his side's opening two matches as a central defender due to an injury crisis despite his favoured position being in central midfield. The versatile right-footer claims that he is satisfied to take a step back on the field in order to facilitate his national team take two steps forward.

Under Vadim Abramov Uzbekistan are a competitive outfit and there is belief within the camp that the White Wolves can make waves at this year's edition of the AFC's showpiece tournament.

The coach told this week, “This is a big tournament, who wins this tournament is the best team. Every team at this tournament is very strong and I hope the quality of the football does not get less.

"I think we can cause some surprises and I hope Uzbekistan will be champion in this tournament, but there are many other good teams here so it will be difficult, but I hope it will be Uzbekistan.”

To progress and compete alongside the likes of South Korea, Japan and Australia, Uzbekistan will look to their recognised players Djeparov and Maxim Shatskikh as well as emerging talent like Ahmedov. The player who has his admirers in Russia's Premier League has, like his national team, been steadily improving over the past few seasons.

He came to prominence on the club scene last April when his hat-trick helped decide an Asian Champions League group encounter against Al Ain.  Pakhtakor's continental adventure was curtailed at the last 16 stage but Ahmedov had done enough to alert clubs on the Old Continent to his talent. A tall player with fine technical capabilities, Ahmedov makes his biggest impact coming from a deep midfield position to supplement his teams' attack. Uzbekistan face China on matchday three of the Asian Cup with their place in the knockout round all but guaranteed. A strong showing in this competition and Ahmedov may be on his way to Europe.

Edin Dzeko

Edin  Dzeko
Edin Dzeko
Date of Birth:Mar 17, 1986 (Age 25)
Place of Birth:Sarajevo
Nationality:Bosnia and Herzegovina
Height:192 cm.
Weight:80 Kg.
Squad Number: 9
National Team Page: Bosnia

Romelu Lukaku

Brussels Dynamite

Much in the same way as Usain Bolt, Lukaku is set apart by his incredible physical attributes. Standing 1.92 metre tall and weighing 94 kg, the Antwerp-born striker is more than capable of making his presence felt even when not getting his name on the scoresheet.

He came through the ranks initially at FC Brussels before moving to their more illustrious city rivals Anderlecht. In youth football he averaged a goal a game and indeed bettered that ratio playing for RSCA’s reserve team. He is the most notable graduate from the Purple Talent programme run by the club in order to nurture the very best youngsters and prepare them for a first-team future. Having been likened to Didier Drogba, he is a genuine all round striker with pace, two good feet, aerial prowess and a killer instinct inside the penalty box.

His debut for RSCA came in the play-off defeat to Standard Liege. His first goal in the regular league competition came in Waregem against Zulte in August when he diverted home a Boussoufa cross from the left hand side. It was the start of what has been a deadly combination for the Paars-wit this season as Lukaku’s movement and aerial prowess allow him to make the most of the winger’s dangerous delivery. Not only was his debut no mere flash in the pan but he currently stands as the topscorer in the Jupiler Pro League with 13 strikes and a goal-to-game ratio better than anyone with six goals or more. He has also had a sizeable impact on the European stage with a vital double in Anderlecht’s away win against Ajax to send RSCA through to the knockout stages and then the crucial opening goal in the second leg of the last 32 tie against Athletic Bilbao.

Romelu towers over his team-mate

His country’s saviour

Romelu’s exploits in the league did not go unnoticed and soon the talk began to turn to whether he would be called up to play for the Belgian national team. The clamour was that bit greater as Belgium had been crying out for a top class striker to spearhead their emerging side as Dick Advocaat attempts to plot a return to the glory days of Belgian football when qualification for major tournaments was a regular occurrence.

After much debate between fans and former players alike, he was handed his debut against Croatia as a starting striker with Eden Hazard and Moussa Dembele wide of him. Though he did not get on the scoresheet, he linked up well with the other attackers showing good awareness and positional play. In one move he released Lille’s playmaker Hazard and furthermore had himself a couple of half-chances – firstly just over-running the ball after his touch had taken it between the two opposition centre-backs and secondly firing over with his left foot from a tight angle.

On the whole it was an encouraging debut and he certainly showed he belongs in the Belgian national side. His rival for the striker’s spot for both Anderlecht and Belgium, Tom de Sutter recently admitted that he can have no complaints that his younger compatriot is ahead of him in the pecking order in the eyes of Ariel Jacobs and Advocaat. Belgium will be looking for him to carry the hopes of a nation in the same way footballing luminaries such as Luc Nilis and Marc Wilmots have been in the past.

Managing expectations

As mentioned with regards to a national call up Lukaku has a lot of weight on his admittedly very broad shoulders. However his feet are kept on the ground by his father, Roger Lukaku, himself a former professional footballer.

The competition in Anderlecht’s squad upfront provided by the likes of De Sutter, Nicolas Frutos, Kanu and Matias Suarez afford Jacobs the luxury of removing Lukaku from the limelight when deemed appropriate. Anderlecht have stated their intention to keep him in Brussels until he is 19 though Les Mauves will have their hands full warding off interest from Europe's superpowers such as Real Madrid and Barcelona while Chelsea’s interest has also been prominent. Reassuringly, Romelu has a mature personality often absent from seasoned professionals and realises that he still has a lot to learn. Furthermore he comes across well in interviews and the signs are he will avoid the pitfalls suffered by many other young superstars.

A year ago Europe’s top clubs were prepared to fork out €1.5 million. One shudders to think what Anderlecht could demand as Lukaku develops still further. He may even become the poster-boy should Belgium win the right to host the 2018 World Cup. One thing is for sure, we’ll be hearing a lot more of this young prodigy in the years to come.