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Este jueves se sorteara el programa de partidos de la Copa Libertadores 2005


(DyN, 30 de November de 2004, 11:36 AM)


BUENOS AIRES, nov 30 (DyN) - La Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol (Conmebol) realizará este jueves en su sede de la ciudad de Asunción, Paraguay, el sorteo de grupos y partidos de la Copa Libertadores de América 2005.
El certamen de fútbol de mayor relevancia del continente a nivel clubes, que reúne a los más exitosos de la temporada anterior, tendrá un nuevo formato con la participación de 38 equipos, uno más que en la edición 2004.

En 2005 se incorporará un equipo más de México, además del campeón vigente Once Caldas, de Colombia. Argentina y Brasil serán representandos por cinco clubes cada uno; en tanto que el resto de los países, al igual que México, tendrán tres.

Los ya clasificados son Banfield, Boca, Quilmes, Ríver y San Lorenzo; Bolívar (Bolivia); Santo André (Brasil); Independiente de Medellín y Once Caldas (Colombia); Cerro Porteño y Libertad (Paraguay); Alianza (Perú); Danubio (Uruguay); Caracas, Táchira y Mineros (Venezuela); y Pachuca (México).


In a Few .......Thursday Dec 2...Asuncion Paraguay...The Fixture for the 2005 Libertadores will be drawn ....... The Teams mentioned in the spanish section of this post HAVE already qualified for the 2005 Run.

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South America to unveil new-look Libertadores Cup



By Brian Homewood

ASUNCION, Dec 1 (Reuters) -

South America will unveil a new-look and enlarged Libertadores Cup when the draw for next year's tournament takes place at the confederation's headquarters on Thursday.

Thirty-eight teams, two more than last year, from 11 countries will take part in the continent's equivalent of the Champions League, which was this year won by Colombian outsiders Once Caldas.

The participants range from some of the world's most prestigious clubs, such as Argentine pair Boca Juniors and River Plate, to little-known Mineros de Guayana, a provincial team from the heart of Venezuela.

The increase in numbers means that Brazil and Argentina will each have five representatives, while the other eight South American nations will have three.

Mexico, whose clubs take part by invitation, will also have three while Once Caldas qualify as champions.

There has been some confusion as to how the new tournament will work and the South American Football Confederation (CSF) will meet hours before the draw to ratify the system.

CSF spokesman Nestor Benitez said on Wednesday that, in principle, there would be a preliminary round of two-leg ties involving 12 teams -- the fifth Brazilian and Argentine representatives, the third and fourth Colombian teams and the third teams from each of the other countries.

The winners would then go into a 32-team first round proper, formed by eight groups of four.

"The secretary general is going to explain the system once more and it will be analysed," said Benitez. "I don't think there will be any objections."

BLANK SPACES

Although the draw tends to be a lavish occasion, there will be a lot of blank spaces on Thursday as only 13 of the 38 teams have so far qualified.

Most domestic championships in South America will only finish towards the end of December.

None of the Brazilian representatives have been determined, although Pele's former club Santos appear certain to qualify along with Atletico Paranaense and twice South American champions Sao Paulo.

In contrast, River Plate booked their place exactly one year ago by winning the Apertura, the first of two championships held in the 2003/4 season in Argentina.

The Argentine and Venezuelan championships are the only ones in the region which follow the European season, others following the calendar year.

Another curiosity is that Mexican teams that win their country's championship automatically rule themselves out of a place in the following year's Libertadores.

Mexico is affiliated to the CONCACAF region and their champions are therefore obliged to take part in the less prestigious CONCACAF club championship instead.

Pachuca and Monterrey, the winners of the two championships played in 2003, played off in September for a place in the 2005 Libertadores Cup, with Pachuca winning.

Mexico's other two teams will be decided by a mini-league in January.

 

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Clasificados a las próximas Copas

29 / 11 / 2004

Copa Toyota Libertadores 2005 A la fecha, ya hay 13 clasificados: Banfield, Boca Juniors, Quilmes, River Plate, San Lorenzo (ARG); Bolívar (BOL); Santo André (BRA); Colo Colo y Universidad de Chile (CHI); Independiente Medellín y Once Caldas (COL); Cerro Porteño y Libertad (PAR); Alianza Lima (PER); Danubio (URU); Caracas FC, Deportivo Táchira y Mineros (VEN); Pachuca (MEX).
 

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Boca draw unknown opposition in 2005 Libertadores Cup :eek:



By Brian Homewood

ASUNCION, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Boca Juniors, winners in 2000, 2001 and 2003 and runners-up this year, were put in a group with three unknown opponents on Thursday in an unusual draw for the 2005 Libertadores Cup.

Organisers laid on an elaborate ceremony, complete with celebrities pulling balls from large pods in time-honoured style, at the South American Football Confederation (CSF) headquarters.

The events took place in a huge tent on the lawn in front of the building, watched by an audience including sponsors and club directors and broadcast live around the continent by a cable television channel.

All that was missing were the names of the teams who will take part.

Ecuadorean Alberto Spencer, who scored a record 54 goals in the tournament for Penarol and Barcelona, Brazil's 1970 World Cup-winning coach Mario Zagallo, former River Plate striker Daniel Onega, another Libertadores record holder, and Fernando Morena, top scorer in 1974, 1975 and 1982, were invited to do the honours.

Their efforts, however, proved largely inconclusive.

Most domestic leagues are still in progress around South America and only 14 of the 38 participants in next year's Libertadores, the continent's equivalent of the European Champions League, have so far qualified.

Instead, the other balls in the draw contained names such as Colombia 4, referring to the fourth-ranked team in the 2004 Colombian season, Peru 3 and Brazil 1, referring to the eventual Brazilian champions.

GROUP EIGHT

In the second round, Boca were drawn in Group Eight against Ecuador 1, Peru 2 and Mexico 1.

Fellow Argentines River Plate were also drawn with unknown opposition in Group Five, against Ecuador 2, Uruguay 2 and the winners of the tie between Colombia 3 and Bolivia 3.

The competition will feature a record 38 teams and has been given a new format, with a first round of six two-legged knockout ties.

Twenty-six teams go straight into the second round, where they join the six first-round winners and are divided into eight groups of four.

Defending champions Once Caldas of Colombia were drawn in Group Seven against Argentina's San Lorenzo plus Chile's second representative and the winners of the first-round tie between the third representatives of Mexico and Peru.

The eventual Brazilian champions face a tough draw in Group Four against Cerro Porteno, who won the two championships played in Paraguay this year, and Venezuela's Deportivo Tachira, who reached the Libertadores quarter-finals this year.

The winners of the tie between Paraguay 3 and Brazil 5 complete the group.
 

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Unbelievable that Brazil and Argentina get so many spots and the third teams form us "poor" countries are stuck in a preliminary round.
Things will never improve for smaller countries if they're not given equal chances. I'm ****ing tired of Leoz, that bastard. You should have seen his speech at the draw, the guy can hardly read. Mafia and Greed written all over his face.
 

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Leoz is another "puppet" of Havelange...thru Blatter ...

Believe it or dont ... Havelange still runs Fifa .... from his hidden retirement... :(
 

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Boca draw unknown opposition

Brian Homewood

ASUNCION, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Boca Juniors, winners in 2000, 2001 and 2003 and runners-up this year, were put in a group with three unknown opponents on Thursday in an unusual draw for the 2005 Libertadores Cup.
Organisers laid on an elaborate ceremony, complete with celebrities pulling balls from large pods in time-honoured style, at the South American Football Confederation (CSF) headquarters.


The events took place in a huge tent on the lawn in front of the building, watched by an audience including sponsors and club directors and broadcast live around the continent by a cable television channel.

All that was missing were the names of the teams who will take part.

Ecuadorean Alberto Spencer, who scored a record 54 goals in the tournament for Penarol and Barcelona, Brazil's 1970 World Cup-winning coach Mario Zagallo, former River Plate striker Daniel Onega, another Libertadores record holder, and Fernando Morena, top scorer in 1974, 1975 and 1982, were invited to do the honours.

Their efforts, however, proved largely inconclusive.

Most domestic leagues are still in progress around South America and only 14 of the 38 participants in next year's Libertadores, the continent's equivalent of the European Champions League, have so far qualified.

Instead, the other balls in the draw contained names such as Colombia 4, referring to the fourth-ranked team in the 2004 Colombian season, Peru 3 and Brazil 1, referring to the eventual Brazilian champions.

GROUP EIGHT

In the second round, Boca were drawn in Group Eight against Ecuador 1, Peru 2 and Mexico 1.

Fellow Argentines River Plate were also drawn with unknown opposition in Group Five, against Ecuador 2, Uruguay 2 and the winners of the tie between Colombia 3 and Bolivia 3.

The competition will feature a record 38 teams and has been given a new format, with a first round of six two-legged knockout ties.

Twenty-six teams go straight into the second round, where they join the six first-round winners and are divided into eight groups of four.

Defending champions Once Caldas of Colombia were drawn in Group Seven against Argentina's San Lorenzo plus Chile's second representative and the winners of the first-round tie between the third representatives of Mexico and Peru.

The eventual Brazilian champions face a tough draw in Group Four against Cerro Porteno, who won the two championships played in Paraguay this year, and Venezuela's Deportivo Tachira, who reached the Libertadores quarter-finals this year.

The winners of the tie between Paraguay 3 and Brazil 5 complete the group.

First round (matches to be played over two legs, first named team plays first leg at home).

Where teams have not yet qualified, the name of the country is followed by a number which refers to the final ranking of the club in the championship.

Mineros de Guayana (Venezuela) v Colombia 4

Mexico 3 v Peru 3

Quilmes (Argentina) v Chile 3

Paraguay 3 v Brazil 5

Colombia 3 v Bolivia 3

Ecuador 3 v Uruguay 3

Second Round

Group One
Brazil 3
Medellin (Colombia)
Libertad (Paraguay)
Winner of Mineros v Colombia 4

Group Two
Brazil 2
Bolivar (Bolivia)
Uruguay 1
Winner of Ecuador 3 v Uruguay 3

Group Three
Brazil 4
Bolivia 2
Universidad de Chile (Chile)
Winner of Quilmes v Chile 3

Group Four
Brazil 1
Deportivo Tachira (Venezuela)
Cerro Porteno (Paraguay)
Winner of Paraguay 3 v Brazil 5

Group Five
River Plate (Argentina)
Ecuador 2
Uruguay 2
Winner of Colombia 3 v Bolivia 3

Group Six
Banfield (Argentina)
Caracas FC (Venezuela)
Peru 1
Mexico 2

Group Seven
San Lorenzo (Argentina)
Once Caldas (Colombia)
Chile 2
Winners of Mexico 3 v Peru 3

Group Eight
Boca Juniors (Argentina)
Ecuador 1
Peru 2
Mexico 1
 

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Colo, I believe Los Bosteros(Boca) play Pachuca of Mexico and Deportivo Cuenca of Ecuador. As for the Peruvian team, I believe that's still yet to be determined.
 

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Las "Chivas" del Guadalajara y el Santos Laguna abrirán el 2 de enero en Phoenix (Estados Unidos) la Interliga que definirá a los últimos dos clubes mexicanos para la Copa Toyota Libertadores 2005, informó este martes 7 la Federación Mexicana de Fútbol.
Además, se confirmó que Pachuca será el clasificado 1 por México. ;)
 

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Colo, I believe Los Bosteros(Boca) play Pachuca of Mexico and Deportivo Cuenca of Ecuador. As for the Peruvian team, I believe that's still yet to be determined.
Well ..... we already know "Tuzos" de Pachuca are the #1 spot Mexicans...Thats never as high as Toluca....yet Pachuca is high and cold terrain in the Hidalgo State !!!!!!! :yawn:
 

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Sudamérica consagra a tres nuevos campeones

20 / 12 / 2004



Este domingo 19 quedaron resueltos tres campeonatos en América del Sur. En Brasil, Santos FC conquistó su segundo título nacional en tres años; en Chile, Cobreloa conquistó su tercer torneo de los últimos cuatro; en Colombia, Junior festejó como visitante ante Atlético Nacional en una final apasionante.<br>
En Perú, Sporting Cristal se hizo con el Torneo Clausura, pero no es campeón. Deberá medirse en una final con Alianza Lima, ganador del Clausura, para dirimir quien será campeón del año.
Este domingo 19 quedaron resueltos tres campeonatos en América del Sur. En Brasil, Santos FC conquistó su segundo título nacional en tres años; en Chile, Cobreloa conquistó su tercer torneo de los últimos cuatro; en Colombia, Junior festejó como visitante ante Atlético Nacional en una final apasionante.
En Perú, Sporting Cristal se hizo con el Torneo Clausura, pero no es campeón. Deberá medirse en una final con Alianza Lima, ganador del Clausura, para dirimir quien será campeón del año.
Olmedo y Liga de Quito acompañarán al Cuenca en la Copa
20 / 12 / 2004

Olmedo y Liga de Quito serán quienes acompañen a Deportivo Cuenca, el campeón de Ecuador, en la próxima Copa Toyota Libertadores. Ayer Olmedo se adjudicó el subcampeonato al vencer 2-1 a Aucas, en tanto que Liga superó por 1-0 a Barcelona y quedó en la tercera posición, por lo que ingresará a la Copa en la Primera Fase.
Olmedo y Liga de Quito serán quienes acompañen a Deportivo Cuenca, el campeón de Ecuador, en la próxima Copa Toyota Libertadores. Ayer Olmedo se adjudicó el subcampeonato al vencer 2-1 a Aucas, en tanto que Liga superó por 1-0 a Barcelona y quedó en la tercera posición, por lo que ingresará a la Copa en la Primera Fase.
 

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Tomorrow Cristal and Alianza will decide the peruvian 2004 championship at the Estadio Nacional.
 

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Tomorrow Cristal and Alianza will decide the peruvian 2004 championship at the Estadio Nacional.
Go Alianza Go !!!!!!!! :excited:
 

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Alianza Lima win Peru final on penalties :D :D :D :D
 

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Nothing at the very beginning of 2005 from S America....Mexican Interliga (For Libertadores place) begins tonite inthe USA :cap:
 

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Tigres de la UANL & Chivas de Guadalajara qualify 4 the Libertadores Cup 2005 Edition.

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Tigres de la UANL & Chivas de Guadalajara qualify 4 the Libertadores Cup 2005 Edition.

;)

I was hoping to see Jaguares and Toluca in the tournament. :mad:

Tigres and also Pachuca will debut in Copa Libertadores.

Chivas played it in 1998.
 

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Isn't America(MEX) your favorite Mexican club?
Yeah, but they didn't qualify to the Mexican Interliga finals. So, I was hoping that Toluca and Jaguares would win it but they were beaten by Tigres and Chivas respectively.
 

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Yeah, but they didn't qualify to the Mexican Interliga finals. So, I was hoping that Toluca and Jaguares would win it but they were beaten by Tigres and Chivas respectively.
Are Jaguares a new club?Never heard about them,do they have any famous players?
 
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