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Old 01-07-2011, 03:23   #1
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Default 2011 CONMEBOL Copa America

Group A
- Argentina
- Costa Rica
- Bolivia
- Colombia

Argentina - Bolivia: 01/07/2011 - 21:45 (00:45+ GMT) - La Plata
Colombia - Costa Rica: 02/07/2011 - 15:30 (18:30 GMT) - San Salvador de Jujuy
Argentina - Colombia: 06/07/2011 - 21:45 (00:45+ GMT) - Santa Fe
Bolivia - Costa Rica 07/07/2011: 19:15 (22:15 GMT) - San Salvador de Jujuy
Colombia - Bolivia: 10/07/2011 - 16:00 (19:00 GMT) - Santa Fe
Argentina - Costa Rica: 11/07/2011 - 21:45 (00:45+ GMT) - Córdoba


Group B

- Brazil
- Venezuela
- Ecuador
- Paraguay

Brasil - Venezuela: 03/07/2011 - 16:00 (19:00 GMT) - La Plata
Paraguay - Ecuador: 03/07/2011 - 18:30 (21:30 GMT) - Santa Fe
Brasil - Paraguay: 09/07/2011 - 16:00 (19:00 GMT) - Córdoba
Venezuela - Ecuador: 09/07/2011 - 18:30 (21:30 GMT) - Salta
Paraguay - Venezuela: 13/07/2011 - 19:15 (22:15 GMT) - Salta
Brasil - Ecuador: 13/07/2011 - 21:45 (00:45+ GMT) - Córdoba


Group C

- Uruguay
- Chile
- Peru
- Mexico

Uruguay - Perú: 04/07/2011 - 19:15 (22:15 GMT) - San Juan
Chile - Mexico: 04/07/2011 - 21:45 (00:45+ GMT) - San Juan
Uruguay - Chile: 08/07/2011 - 19:15 (22:15 GMT) - Mendoza
Perú - Mexico: 08/07/2011 - 21:45 (00:45+ GMT) - Mendoza
Chile - Perú: 12/07/2011 - 19:15 (22:15 GMT) - Mendoza
Uruguay - Mexico: 12/07/2011 - 21:45 (00:45+ GMT) - La Plata


It starts on Friday. The first two places, plus the best third places, pass to quarterfinals.
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Mexico plays to everywhere??
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Yeah, but with an U-22 team. (really U-22, strange nr.) no they lost 8 players including the younger Dos Santos after partying with theft bi.ches (what a moralic FA the Mexican), so lately Giovanni is in the squad to replace his brother
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What's the point of Mexico playing in a tournament with U-22 players, against the first teams of Brazil and Argentina?

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What's the point of Mexico playing in a tournament with U-22 players, against the first teams of Brazil and Argentina?

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They have chosen the Gold Cup, and the historical match in the Rose Bowl . Actually they missed some players from there for dopping-doubts.

Brazil first team? without Dinho? are you serious, or just kidding me?
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Dude, Ronnie's done (I realize you might be joking. It's the internet!). I think Brazil's got a pretty tight squad out there. One might ask if you would swap Fred for Nilmar.

It's too bad, because I would have loved to have seen what the Mexican 1st team would have done in the Copa America. Then again, they get to go to the Confederation Cup...
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The first big surprise: Argentina 1 - Bolivia 1


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The blame is on CONCACAF; they are jealous and wanted to prevent both Mexico and Costa Rica to play with their best men and put that condition [Mexico and Costa Rica are guests and need the aproval of CONCACAF to play the cup]
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Bolivia was very good at their defence and press to Argentinan players. It's pity Moreno missed 1 on 1 chance.
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Dude, Ronnie's done (I realize you might be joking. It's the internet!).
yeah, that was a joke based on my byasm on him .

3 days ago it came out that the last year ARG-BOL U-20 match was fixed from Budapest, Hungary . I can really just hope this suprise is a clear suprise....
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Bolivia's goal was very lucky...
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Bolivia's goal was very lucky...


It was as funny as it was lucky.
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It was as funny as it was lucky.

ya Messi said after the game : Bolivia surprised us with a 'shitty' goal

but anyway Bolivia deserved at least a point...they were well organized

http://www.goal.com/en/news/586/copa...s-with-a-shtty
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Dude, Ronnie's done (I realize you might be joking. It's the internet!). I think Brazil's got a pretty tight squad out there. One might ask if you would swap Fred for Nilmar.

I think Dinho and Kaka could have played yesterday, any of them would have been worse than Robinho or Neymar... The Brazil FA should focus, that beside a wonderful (in names) defense and a promising attacking-line, they have a mediocre midfield. They should find a playmaker very-very soon. Ganzo is doubtful for me, so is Neymar on his physical parameters. What is enough in the Brazilian league (true for Dinho as well), from where more than 1000 players are playing abroad, it can be not enough world-wide...
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Argentina and Brazil are awful. I have more and more doubts on Neymar, while it seems Brazil have not too much clue what to do in attack without the above mentioned veteran attacking midfielders. Ramires and Leiva? Football is dead
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Argentina and Brazil are awful. I have more and more doubts on Neymar, while it seems Brazil have not too much clue what to do in attack without the above mentioned veteran attacking midfielders. Ramires and Leiva? Football is dead

there is alot of Brazilian players shining everywhere in europe & not called to the national team, i don't know y

this Brazil team is so limited. they should lose yesterday.
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