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it starts his monday (09-02-04) and hosts 40 U-21 club-teams from all over the world.. Galatasarays U-21 will represent Türkiye...
Here are the groups:

Grup 1
Juventus (ITA)
Werder Bremen (GER)
Messina (ITA)
Arsenal (ARG)

Grup 2
Napoli (ITA)
Bayern München (GER)
Parma (ITA)
Londrina (BRA)

Grup 3
Roma (ITA)
GALATASARAY (TUR)
Livorno (ITA)
Camboriuense (BRA)

Grup 4
Vicenza (ITA)
Slavia Prag (CZE)
Perugia (ITA)
Reginna (ITA)

Grup 5
Inter (ITA)
New York United (USA)
Venezia (ITA)
Benevento (ITA)

Grup 6
Milan (ITA)
Maccabi Haifa (ISR)
Lazio (ITA)
Catanzora (ITA)

Grup 7
Torino (ITA)
Partizan (YUG)
Ternana (ITA)
Gubbio (ITA)

Grup 8
Atalanta (ITA)
Okf Belgrad (YUG)
Genoa (ITA)
Cittadella (ITA)

Gruppe 9
Fiorentina (ITA)
Cameroon (CAM)
Modena (ITA)
Capixaba (BRA)

Gruppe 10
Empoli (ITA)
F. C. Obilic (YUG)
Bari (ITA)
Costa Rica United (CTR)
 

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jul said:
sounds nice.

where do they play?
do you have the schedule?:)
The tournament is in Viareggio / Italia from 9th february till 23th february...

Galas matches are:

10th february (tuesday):
15.00 Roma - Galatasaray

12th february (thursday):
15.00 Galatasaray- Camboriuense

14th february (saturday):
15.00 Galatasaray - Livorno


second round matches: 18th february
quarter finals: 19th february
semi-finals: 21st february
Final: 23th february

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Tolga, who? :tongue:

"Die "Coppa Carnevale", die vom 09.02.2004 bis zum 23.02.2004 ausgespielt wird, findet seit 1949 in Viareggio statt und gilt als größtes und best-besetztes U 21-Turnier Europas. Zahlreiche Persönlichkeiten haben schon an diesem Wettbewerb teilgenommen und einen ersten wichtigen Schritt für ihre Karriere gemacht. Dazu zählen die italienischen Fußballstars Giovanni Trappatoni, Dino Zoff, Francesco Totti, Alessandro Del Piero, Alessandro Nesta, Franco Baresi, Roberto Baggio, Gianluca Vialli,der Argentinier Gabriele Batistuta, aber auch Bundesliga-Profi Marcelo Bordon"


it says that the "coppa Carnevale" is the greatest U-21 tournament in Europe (what about the U-21-ECs :confused::D ). A lot of famous players begun their carrier with this tournament. Players like Giovanni Trappatoni, Dino Zoff, Francesco Totti, Alessandro Del Piero, Alessandro Nesta, Franco Baresi, Roberto Baggio, Gianluca Vialli, Gabriel Batistuta, Marcelo Bordon.
 

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Most of those players started their careers in the local churches..
In Italy, the churches have football teams, and nearly all of the best players have come from those places :eekani:

Their two famous Italian teams in Australia ;)
I've played and scored against both :D
 

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Good luck to GS....im sure they will represent us in a good way!

Bol sanslar.....
 

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Esperar said:



it says that the "coppa Carnevale" is the greatest U-21 tournament in Europe
lol dont think so ;)

if not any other, toulon comes a long way ahead:)
 

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inacio said:
lol dont think so ;)

if not any other, toulon comes a long way ahead:)
Good answer ana!

Öz...likes to exaggerate sometimes....like the the 700 fans who sounded like 10,000!:D
 

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kubi said:
Yes, but the Toulon tournament is a National Team tournament, when this Coppa Carnevale concerns the clubs.;)
well the fact they call it carnival cup does says it all doesnt it?

i mean...its not meant to be taken seriously:D
 

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inacio said:
well the fact they call it carnival cup does says it all doesnt it?

i mean...its not meant to be taken seriously:D
...it sounds more like a party than a serious and tiring football-tournament !!;)

Cenk, you horn !
1) there were 3000 - 3500 and not 700 !
2) I`ve only translated a German article ! :D

They most probably meant that this is the greatest U-21 CLUB tournament in Europe !;)
 

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Esperar said:

1) there were 3000 - 3500 and not 700 !
Woooow......that's really great Öz!:howler:
 

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Dude at least we just dont show up to our games as a way of protesting. It is better than attacking our players or going to the training grounds after every game;)
 

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Woooow....hadi be....i didnt know you used to do that!;)

Kudos to your fans for not showing up at the games then....:D
 

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Flying Hellfish said:
I still remember Rustu getting kicked in the face in his car:rollani:
Yeah me too.......he deserved it that bastard!:D

Still we dont look pathetic in our own ground with only 700 sold tickets....thats like 6th division in Sweden.

And our players dont pee on the walls in Ritz Hotel and they dont go to gay bars....:howler:
 

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Flying Hellfish said:
700 for one game is alrigth at a time like this.
Maybe for your standards.....Fenerbahce had 30,000+ last season and it was one of our worst ever.

It says a lot doesnt it...?;)
 
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