Libertadores Group 1: CF America, Sao Caetano, The Strongest and Peñarol - Xtratime Community
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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old February 3rd, 2004, 06:51 Thread Starter
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Libertadores Group 1: Sao Caetano vs the Strongest

GRUPO 1
Teams GP W D L GS:GA PTS
Peñarol 0 0 0 0 0:0 0
São Caetano 0 0 0 0 0:0 0
The Strongest 0 0 0 0 0:0 0
CF América 0 0 0 0 0:0 0


Sao Caetano One of the most consistent teams in Brasil over the last few years. Definitively one of the best organized. The doesn't have many superstars but it's a very solid squad, that will caused trouble to many teams. And in fact could be a dark horse on this tournament.
Adhemar Forward who came back from Europe after a failed sting there.
Somalia Another player who comes back after playing in the middle east and Europe.
Warley Another player who returned from European adventures
Silvio Luiz Giant of a keeper
Anderson Lima Experinced wing back with excellent free kick tecnique.
Gilberto Midfielder with strong international experience


The Strongest Very strong performance for the "tigre' team last year. They were crowned champions in Bolivia and had a very solid performance in the Sudamericana. They have gotten a few newcomers and should be pretty competitive.
Marcelo Carballo Strong defender
Luis Cristaldo Bolivia NT midfielder
Limberg Morejon Fast winger
Limberg Mendez Good forward
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old February 3rd, 2004, 06:53 Thread Starter
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Sao caetano should prevail but the Strongest will not embarrassed themselves.
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post #3 of 16 (permalink) Old February 6th, 2004, 04:22 Thread Starter
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Sao Caetano 4 - The Strongest 2

An expected final result. Match report coming soon.
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post #4 of 16 (permalink) Old February 6th, 2004, 06:19 Thread Starter
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A complete blowout!!!!

Somalia, Gilberto, Marcinho and Anderson Lima scored to crush the Bolivians. Federico Ferreira and Limberg Mendez made it respectable.
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post #5 of 16 (permalink) Old February 11th, 2004, 07:29 Thread Starter
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Libertadores Group 1: CF America vs Peñarol

GRUPO 1
Teams GP W D L GS:GA PTS
São Caetano 1 1 0 0 4:2 3
Peñarol 0 0 0 0 0:0 0
CF América 0 0 0 0 0:0 0
The Strongest 1 0 0 1 2:4 0

CF America One the most powerful teams in Mexico. Led by world reknown coach. They are IMO a serious candidate to win.
Cuahtemoc Blanco Best player of his generation.
Reinaldo Navia Best Chilean striker right now
Pavel Pardo Right back with a cannon of a shott
Frankie Oviedo talented Colombian midfielder


Peñarol One the most traditional teams of the Libertadores, the uruguayan champions, have great talent. But because of suspensions some key players will be missing this game. Also high altitude will be as usual a tough environment for the Charruas to adapt.
Carlos bueno Superb striker that will miss this game.
Fabian Estoyanoff Pacy forward who will also miss the game
Gabriel Cedres veteran leader who will also miss the game.
Joe Bizera Uruguay NT central defender.


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AMERICA: Adolfo Ríos, Antonio Castro, Duilio Davino, Ricardo Rojos, Alvaro Ortíz, Germán Villa, Hugo Castillo, Frankie Oviedo, Pável Pardo, Cuauhtémoc Blanco y Jesús Mendoza.

PEÑAROL: Juan Obelar, Edgar Alvarez, Joe Bizera, Luis Nunes, Iván Guerrero, Carlos Diogo, Daniel Pereira, Diego Pérez, Martín García, Cristian Rodríguez y Sergio Leal.
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post #7 of 16 (permalink) Old February 12th, 2004, 06:59 Thread Starter
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CF America 3 - Peñarol 1


This was the best game of the day with some very entertaining displays by both teams.

I though that Peñarol was going to be able to pull it off, but they just came up short. America scored their second goal with 5 minutes to go and then as happens somewhat frequently, they vented their frustations and got a man ejected and gave up a PK.

Blanco played superbly and Navia is a handful.
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Libertadores Group 1: The Strongest vs CF America

Game: 02/20/04 - La Paz - 08:15 PM local time

GROUP 1
Teams GP W D L GS:GA Pts
São Caetano 1 1 0 0 4:2 3
CF América 1 1 0 0 3:1 3
The Strongest 1 0 0 1 2:4 0
Peñarol 1 0 0 1 1:3 0


THE STRONGEST: Mauricio Soria, Herman Soliz, Nicolás Sartori, Eduardo Jiguchi, Ronald Gutiérrez, Diego Villalba, Richard Rojas, Sandro Coelho, Alex Da Rosa, Limberg Méndez y Francisco Ferreira.

AMERICA: Guillermo Ochoa, José Castro, Dulio Davino, Alvaro Ortiz, Raúl Salinas, Pavel Pardo, Jesús Mendoza, Franky Oviedo, Germán Villa, Ariel González y Cuauhtémoc Blanco.
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The Strongets has started slow this season after ruling Bolivian football last season. The departure of goal scorer Gigena To Libertad of Paraguay has left them weakened up front.

America is missing three starters in keeper Rios and chileans Rojas and Navia both with their NT. Still with Argie Ariel Gonzalez and Blanco leading the attack they have plenty of firepower.
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The Strongest 0 - CF America 0

The Mexicans played solidly and did enough to deserve the draw. Very limited play by the Bolivians.
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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old February 24th, 2004, 04:18 Thread Starter
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Libertadores Group 1: CF America, Sao Caetano, The Strongest and Peñarol

GRUPO 1
EQUIPOS J G E P GF:GC PTS.
CF América 2 1 1 0 3:1 4
São Caetano 1 1 0 0 4:2 3
The Strongest 2 0 1 1 2:4 1
Peñarol 1 0 0 1 1:3 0

05-02-04 [1] São Caetano do Sul 19.30 São Caetano vs. The Strongest 4:2 (2:0) AMARILLA Carlos (PAR)
11-02-04 [2] México DF 20.15 CF América vs. Peñarol 3:1 (1:1) CERVANTES Henry (COL)
19-02-04 [3] La Paz 20.15 The Strongest vs. CF América 0:0 OLIVEIRA Paulo César (BRA)
02-03-04 [4] Montevideo 19.00 Peñarol vs. São Caetano
11-03-04 [5] São Caetano do Sul 19.00 São Caetano vs. CF América
16-03-04 [6] Montevideo 19.00 Peñarol vs. The Strongest
17-03-04 [7] México DF 21.00 CF América vs. São Caetano
23-03-04 [8] La Paz 18.00 The Strongest vs. Peñarol
08-04-04 [9] São Caetano do Sul 21.15 São Caetano vs. Peñarol
08-04-04 [10] México DF 20.30 CF América vs. The Strongest
15-04-04 [11] La Paz 19.00 The Strongest vs. São Caetano
15-04-04 [12] Montevideo 20.00 Peñarol vs. CF América
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Peñarol vs Sao Caetano

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Peñarol 1 - Sao Caetano 1
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03/16/04 - 03/18/04 Results

Peñarol 4 - The Strongest 0

The Weakest, I mean The Strongest just simply way out of it's league. Good game for Manya.
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The Strongest 2 - Peñarol 0

Just when they needed it, the Bolivians got their first win in the tournament. Back with a chance still a long shot though.
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Penarol fall at first hurdle, Sao Caetano qualify



RIO DE JANEIRO, April 15 (Reuters) - Five-times former champions Penarol were knocked out of the South American Libertadores Cup at the first hurdle on Thursday despite registering a 2-0 victory over America.

The Uruguay champions were eliminated on goals scored after Brazil's Sao Caetano won 2-0 away to The Strongest, their second goal coming from striker Warley on the break in the 83rd minute.


Sao Caetano and Penarol finished level in Group 1 on eight points and a goal difference of two but the unfashionable Brazilian club took second place by scoring ten goals to Penarol's nine.

Sao Caetano, whose home matches rarely attract more than 3,000 fans, are guaranteed to finish as one of the worst four second-placed teams in the nine groups, which means they will have to playoff for a place in the last sixteen.

Mexico's America, who fielded a reserve team against Penarol, had already won the group with a game to spare.

Despite America's generosity, Penarol, who won the last of their Libertadores titles in 1987, left it too late at the historic Centenario stadium in Montevideo.

The home team finally broke the deadlock when striker Carlos Bueno in the 83rd minute. The same player added the second seven minutes later.

Striker Somalia gave Sao Caetano, beaten finalists in 2002, a ninth-minute lead in La Paz, at 3,600 metres above sea level.

The Strongest, who also had an outside of qualifying, rarely threatened and were reduced to ten men when Argentine defender Nicolas Sartori was sent off for a dangerous, flying tackle in the 78th minute.

Sao Caetano, who had twice been foiled by the linesman's flag as they broke out of defence, scored what turned out to be their crucial goal with another breakaway in the 83rd minute.

This time, the flag stayed down and striker Warley calmly placed the ball past Mauricio Soria.

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