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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old May 18th, 2004, 15:09 Thread Starter
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25 May,frieldly game: Austria-Russia

Panov earns Russian return


FC Torpedo Moskva striker Aleksandr Panov has earned a recall by Russia for their friendly in Austria on 25 May.

Great start
The 28-year-old has not played for his country since November 2001 but has been in terrific form in the 2004 domestic season. Panov, who has four goals in 16 matches for Russia, has scored eight times in eleven games to help Torpedo to top spot in the Premier League.

Debut chance
Panov's club-mate Aleksei Bugayev, 22, and the 21-year-old FC Krylya Sovetov Samara full-back Aleksandr Anyukov are in line to make their international debuts in Vienna. Their chances have increased in the absence of injured FC Lokomotiv Moskva defender Dmitri Sennikov from Georgi Yartsev's 23-man squad.

Without Alenichev
Meanwhile, FC Zenit St. Peterburg midfield player Vladimir Bystrov has recovered from injury after missing last month's 3-2 friendly defeat in Norway. Aleksandr Mostovoi, of RC Celta de Vigo, also returns but Dmitri Alenichev has been omitted due to his involvement with FC Porto in the UEFA Champions League final.

Russia squad
Malafeev, Ovchinnikov, Evseev, Onopko, Ignashevitch, Sharonov, Bugayev, Anyukov, Smertin, Radimov, Loskov, Izmailov, Karyaka, Gusev, Bystrov, Boyarintsev, Aldonin, Mostovoi, Bulykin, Sytchev, Kerzhakov, Panov, Kirichenko

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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old May 18th, 2004, 15:10 Thread Starter
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...in The Uefa article there's wrote that we're without Alenichev...so then why here: http://www.rfs.ru/eng/national_team.htm there's his name?

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Yartsev is good for the NT i think, unlike Romantsev youth is the key, and our talented youth must be exploited.

Malafeev's gunna get the start right?

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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old May 18th, 2004, 21:41
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some surprising players, yeah?
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ya a few surpising ones, hes still giving Cemal the cold shoulder tho.:rollani:

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post #6 of 17 (permalink) Old May 19th, 2004, 08:36
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This squad is only for 25th May friendly, and I'm sure Alenichev will appear when it comes to EURO2004, as well as someone of new defenders will give way to Sennikov, who's injured now (he misses matches vs. Zenit and Krylia Sovetov, damn :depress: )

Semak is an antipode of Bulikin: Bulikin plays good for NT, not for Dinamo... Semak is good at CSKA, but crappy in NT games. Don't think he'll appear.
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Bulikin plays good for NT, not for Dinamo...
Yea and that's great!

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eh, i dont rate Bulyikin too hgihly.

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here the Austirian players called for the game:


keepers:
Heinz Arzberger (Salzburg/0 caps)
Thomas Mandl (Sturm Graz/11)

defenders:
Anton Ehmann (GAK/7)
Martin Hiden (Rapid/26)
Mario Hieblinger (Kärnten/6)
Emanuel Pogatetz (GAK/8)
Joachim Standfest (GAK/2)
Martin Stranzl (1860 München/17)

Midfielders:
Martin Amerhauser (GAK/9)
Rene Aufhauser (GAK/17)
Markus Kiesenebner (Pasching/1)
Roland Kirchler (Pasching/22)
Bozo Kovacevic (Pasching/4)
Markus Schopp (Brescia/47)

attackers:
Mario Haas (Sturm Graz/33)
Roland Kollmann (GAK/4)
Roland Linz (Admira/6)
Roman Wallner (Rapid/17)

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So there we go… Austria vs. Russia… They look better so far =((((( And they are not even one of the best teams in Europe…

Poor Boss =( Austria is one of my fave countries but I'll hate it if they hurt Ovchinnikov…


PS. Although I do like their keeper
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0-0 as i excpected:rollani:

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0-0 as i excpected:rollani:
funny game,eh?

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Reshuffled Russia goalless in Graz


Austria 0-0 Russia
An unfamiliar-looking Russia side were held to a goalless draw by a resolute Austrian team at the Arnold Schwarzenegger stadium in Graz.

Selection reshuffle
Georgi Yartsev was forced to field an experimental lineup against Austria with key players Viktor Onopko, Sergei Ignashevitch, Dmitri Loskov and Rolan Gusev injured and FC Porto's Dmitri Alenichev preparing for Wednesday's meeting with AS Monaco FC in the UEFA Champions League final.

Two new caps
Vadim Evseev and Roman Sharonov were joined by debutants Aleksei Bugaev and Aleksandr Anyukov in defence. Aleksei Smertin and Aleksandr Mostovoi were paired together in the centre of midfield while Aleksandr Panov, who returned to the squad after more than two years, partnered Dmitri Bulykin up front.

Lively Panov
The new-look side took time to settle, and struggled to create chances in an even first 45 minutes. It was Panov who had the first attempt on goal as he chested the ball down and shot narrowly wide from just outside the penalty area. The small striker was in the thick of the action again minutes later as he broke into the area on to Bulykin's flick but failed to finish.

Karyaka chances
There was much more danger in Russia's set-pieces, with Andrei Karyaka coming close twice. First he stroked the ball just wide of the near post after Evseev earned a free-kick on the left and then he forced a save out of Austrian goalkeeper Thomas Mandl from Mostovoi's short free-kick.

Half-time changes
Austria also had chances, with Matthias Dollinger coming close with a free-kick and Marcus Schopp's fine low cross being cleared by Anyukov. Russia made four substitutions at the break, with goalkeeper Sergei Ovchinnikov making way for Vyacheslav Malafeev, Dmitri Kiritchenko and Aleksandr Kerzhakov coming into the attack and Marat Izmailov replacing Petr Bystrov on the right.

Sharonov setback
The changes galavanised Russia, and Yartsev's side took the upper hand after the restart. Sharonov picked up an injury early in the second half, forcing the versatile Evgeni Aldonin to come on and Smertin to drop back into defence.

Haas denied
Russia produced a flowing display after the break, but it was Austria's Mario Haas who came the closest to scoring as he broke away from Smertin and shot centimetres wide of the far post.

Russian pressure
Mostovoi then found Kiritchenko on the edge of the area but the striker's hard low shot was saved by Mandl. Vladislav Radimov came on for Mostovoi minutes later and went close with a curled free-kick that forced the Austria goalkeeper to save at the near post.

Radimov denied
The best chance of the game came when Kerzhakov played the ball short for Izmailov by the right side of the area and the FC Lokomotiv Moskva midfield player fed Radimov, whose shot look destined for a far corner only to be turned away by Mandl. Despite the blank scoresheet, there were some plus points for Yartsev, particularly Anyukov's successful debut, Izmailov's creativity and Kariaka's relentless energy.

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Damn, I missed the game. :depress:
me too cuz no channel here shows the game :depress:

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Line-ups, anyone?
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Line-ups, anyone?

Austria: Mandl (Arzberger, 90), Hieblinger, Stranzl, Pogatetz (Standfest, 46), Hiden, Aufhauser (Kiesenebner, 67), Schopp (Wallner, 76), Kovacevic, Haas (Linz, 65), Dollinger (Amerhauser, 82), Kirchler (Kollmann, 86).

Russia: Ovchinnikov (Malafeev, 46), Aniukov, Sharonov (Aldonin, 53), Bugaev, Evseev, Bystrov (Izmailov, 46), Smertin, Mostovoi (Radimov, 64), Kariaka, Bulykin (Kirichenko, 46), Panov (Kerzhakov, 46).

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