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OT: Sporting 2004/05 Portuguese League

Nş Nome Jogador Posiçăo Jogos Golos

1 Nélson Guarda-Redes 0 0
12 Tiago Guarda-Redes 0 0
13 Mário Felgueiras Guarda-Redes 0 0
76 Ricardo Guarda-Redes 19 0
15 Miguel Garcia Defesa Lateral Direito 8 0
18 Mário Sérgio Defesa Lateral Direito 0 0
4 Polga Defesa Central 17 0
6 Hugo Defesa Central 3 0
14 Enakarhire Defesa Central 12 0
22 Beto Defesa Central 13 2
24 Miguel Veloso Defesa Central 0 0
21 Paíto Defesa Lateral Esquerdo 11 0
23 Rui Jorge Defesa Lateral Esquerdo 11 0
26 Rochemback Médio Defensivo 12 0
27 Custódio Médio Defensivo 16 3
37 Rogério Médio Defensivo 18 2
10 Sá Pinto Médio Ala Direito 7 2
17 Douala Médio Ala Direito 13 4
5 Carlos Martins Médio Ofensivo 13 3
8 Pedro Barbosa Médio Ofensivo 15 0
28 Joăo Moutinho Médio Ofensivo 2 0
45 Hugo Viana Médio Ofensivo 18 5
11 Tello Médio Ala Esquerdo 2 0
9 Niculae Avançado 1 0
31 Liedson Avançado 18 16
87 Pinilla Avançado 13 2
99 Mota Avançado 1 0

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Pos Equipa Pts JG V E D GM GS

1 FC Porto 37 20 10 7 3 26 14
2 Benfica 37 20 11 4 5 33 21
3 Sp. Braga 36 20 10 6 4 29 15
4 Sporting 35 20 10 5 5 41 27
5 Boavista 35 20 10 5 5 24 23
6 Marítimo 33 20 8 9 3 23 16
7 Rio Ave 31 20 7 10 3 27 22
8 V. Setúbal 29 20 8 5 7 27 22
9 V. Guimarăes 29 20 8 5 7 20 18
10 U. Leiria 27 20 6 9 5 20 19
11 Nacional 27 20 8 3 9 27 29
12 Belenenses 25 20 7 4 9 29 27
13 Gil Vicente 23 20 6 5 9 22 24
14 Penafiel 20 20 6 2 12 18 36
15 Estoril 19 20 5 4 11 23 29
16 Moreirense 17 20 3 8 9 17 30
17 Beira Mar 17 20 4 5 11 21 39
18 Académica 13 20 3 4 13 14 30

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can any of you keep me updated how Sporting did tonight in their league match?

we just won 7-0 against Willem II and have scored 14 in our last 2 games but you can never be too sure with a manager like Gullit in charge. Our strength is especially in attack and as you may guess our defence is our achilles heel. Sporting the same I heard, but what do you guys reckon will happen in the 2 legs. Are you confident?

IMO if we manage to not get thrashed on Wednesday, we have a good chance to turn it round in Rotterdam as Sporting seem to find it hard in away games (saw you lost 3-0 away against Maritimo amongst others). Should be a good game but why is the kick off so late?! :fero: 22:15 here in Holland!


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can any of you keep me updated how Sporting did tonight in their league match?

we just won 7-0 against Willem II and have scored 14 in our last 2 games but you can never be too sure with a manager like Gullit in charge. Our strength is especially in attack and as you may guess our defence is our achilles heel. Sporting the same I heard, but what do you guys reckon will happen in the 2 legs. Are you confident?

IMO if we manage to not get thrashed on Wednesday, we have a good chance to turn it round in Rotterdam as Sporting seem to find it hard in away games (saw you lost 3-0 away against Maritimo amongst others). Should be a good game but why is the kick off so late?! :fero: 22:15 here in Holland!
Well, Sporting won 5-0 today. Two goals from Liedson and Sa Pinto and one goal from Hugo Viana.

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Keep in mind that Sporting haven't PLAYED badly these last games, just an efficiency problem which I believe was cleared up yesterday.

I think Sporting will be able to bring the pain on Wednesday...
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Keep in mind that Sporting haven't PLAYED badly these last games, just an efficiency problem which I believe was cleared up yesterday.

I think Sporting will be able to bring the pain on Wednesday...
Nice, keep up the positive sounds man.

I put all my faith in Sporting to put these Feyenoords suckers back to earth again, it is time for them to crawl back under their rocks.

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Sporting go to the top with a convincing 4-0 win.

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Underused Pinilla wants out of Sporting Lisbon at end of season

March 1, 2005

LISBON (AFP) - Chilean international striker Mauricio Pinilla wants to leave Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon at the end of the season unless he is given more time on the pitch, his lawyer said.

"As things stand now, there is no possibility that Pinilla will stay at Sporting," Rocco Dozzini told Lisbon-based Radio Renascenca, adding the 21-year-old needed to be used more often to develop his skills.

"There is a very important club in Italy that wants Pinilla," he added.


Dozzini said he had attempted to negotiate Pinilla's exit before the end of the transfer window period in January but Sporting officials did not show any interest in the offers he had on the table for the player at that time.

Sporting signed Pinilla in July from Italian outfit Chievo in a four-year deal reportedly worth one million euros (1.3 million dollars).

At the time the player was on loan with Spain's Celta Vigo where he had failed to shine.

Sporting Lisbon own 50 percent of the player while Chievo retain the other half.

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Viana doesn't deserve to get jeered like he did his last days at Newcastle.

He was getting played as a winger when he doesn't have the pace for the position.
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Must win vs Penafiel tommorow!


Porto got creamed and benfica won!
Braga tied also!
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Well, I actually fear Sporting will win tomorrow ... if not this would be too good
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Sporting want Newcastle to return Viana
March 11, 2005



LISBON (AFP) - Sporting Lisbon want Newcastle to agree to return their former midfielder Hugo Viana, who is currently on a one-year loan with the Portuguese first division side, the director of the club said.

Paulo Andrade added the club may be willing to sell its international goalkeeper Ricardo Pereira, who has recently been linked to Arsenal, if the price was right.

"Of course Hugo Viana is an important player for Sporting. We are interested in him," he told Portuguese daily Correio da Manha. "But we are not, nor could we, commit any extravagances."


The 22-year-old Portuguese international joined Sporting from Newcastle in June 2002 for 8.5 million pounds (12.2 million euros/16.3 million dollars) but struggled to find his form in the English Premiership.

He rejoined his former Portuguese club for one year at the start of the current season, where he has become a regular feature on the pitch, having scored six goals in 22 games.

Before returning to Sporting, Viana signed a one-year extension to his Newcastle United contract which could keep him at St James' Park until the end of the 2007/08 season.

Under the terms of the loan agreement, Sporting have an option to purchase the player in the summer of 2005.

Viana, the European Young Player of the Year in 2002, told state-owned television RTP he would like to leave the Magpies and return to Portugal.

"I was not happy there and here I have been. If I could stay here I would be very pleased," he said in an interview with the station.

But Sporting is unlikely to be able to afford the kind of fee Newcastle would accept, as the English side has hinted it will not let Viana go easily.

"Hugo Viana is a very talented player and we paid a lot of money to bring him to Newcastle. We would be foolish not to have a look at him again before a decision is made," Newcastle chairman Freddie Shepherd said last month.

Regarding Ricardo, who scored the winning penalty in Portugal's 6-5 shoot-out win over England during the quarter-finals of Euro 2004, the Sporting chief said: "We understand that there are many clubs interested in Ricardo, who is one of the best goalkeepers in the world.

"But until now we have not received any concrete proposal. Of course we do not want to lose any important player, but if a very good offer were to emerge, of course we could not afford the luxury of refusing it," he added.

Portuguese media reported last week that Arsenal had approached Sporting about the possibility of hiring Ricardo at the end of the current campaign.




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Viana cool on Toon return
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Hugo Viana has reacted coolly to the possibility of returning to Newcastle in the summer. The Portuguese schemer is enjoying a loan spell in his native country with Sporting and Newcastle have yet to decide whether to move him out permanently or recall him to Tyneside. Viana had two unsuccessful seasons on Tyneside and would appear reluctant to have another crack at life in The Premiership.

"I am concentrating on Sporting at the moment," he told Sky Sports News about the possibility of returning to St James' Park.

"I have had two years at Newcastle, and I never had a real chance to play in my position.

"I now play in my position and I think that I have been playing well and scoring goals.

"I am very happy at the moment, but I don't know if I am a player suited to The Premiership."

Sporting could face Newcastle in the final of the Uefa Cup if they both negotiate their way through and Viana is hopeful The Magpies will not scupper his chance of European glory.

"If we get to the final, it will be good and if I go to the final I want to play.


"If it is against Newcastle, I will ask to play."

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Is Rochemback still under contract to Barcelona and only on-loan to Sporting? thanks
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I see Rochembeck was not even in the reserves for the Mboro game...is he injured?
I think I read he was injured but he will be fit for FC Porto this weekend ... I'm not sure about this though.
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