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Tuesday 16 Nov 2004

Ecuador -- : -- Brazil
Argentina -- : -- Venezuela
Peru -- : -- Chile
Uruguay -- : -- Paraguay
Colombia -- : -- Bolivia


This is it for the yr 2004 ... Back in March after this one for the FINAL strech ...

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Goinn into the 11th Round:


S.American World Cup leading scorers



RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct 14 (Reuters) - Leading scorers in the South American zone of the 2006 World Cup qualifying competition after Thursday's game:

9 - Ronaldo (Brazil)

5 - Jose Cardozo (Paraguay), Javier Chevanton (Uruguay), Joaquin Botero (Bolivia)


4 - Hernan Crespo (Argentina), Diego Forlan (Uruguay), Kaka (Brazil), Nolberto Solano (Peru), Ruberth Moran (Venezuela)

3 - Pablo Aimar (Argentina), Juan Arango (Venezuela), Carlos Paredes (Paraguay)
 

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Posiciones - 15 de octubre de 2004

Pos. Equipo Jug. Gan. Emp. Per. GF GC Dif. Pts.

Primera Vuelta

1 Brasil 10 5 5 0 19 10 9 20
2 Argentina 10 5 4 1 18 9 9 19
3 Paraguay 10 4 4 2 12 10 2 16
4 Chile 10 3 4 3 9 9 0 13 :kiss: We're still in it !!!!!!!!:drunk:
5 Ecuador 10 4 1 5 11 11 0 13
6 Venezuela 10 4 1 5 11 14 -3 13
7 Uruguay 10 3 2 5 15 23 -8 11
8 Colombia 10 2 4 4 11 11 0 10
9 Perú 10 2 4 4 11 12 -1 10
10 Bolivia 10 3 1 6 11 19 -8 10
 

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easy win for colombia over bolivia boosting us to 13 points and a win vs. argentina will easily put us in qaulfying range
 

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Mmmmmm must feel like crap to be where Bolivia is !!!!! :(
 

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must feel like crap to only be 3 points above where bolivia is
 

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And Peru....and Colombia !!!! :dielaugh:
 

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Peru -- : -- Chile

If we beat you, we'll catch up (unless ****ing goal ratio... :groan: )
If you beat us we're officially eliminated.
 

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peru lose to chile lol and i sleep another night knowing peru sucks so bad so bad
 

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If we beat you, we'll catch up (unless ****ing goal ratio... :groan: )
If you beat us we're officially eliminated.
Good perpective....too early yet for any predictions..I have ZERO idea who Olmos will have available for Lima yet . ;)
 

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I wonder how many will Argentina score in Bs Aires ???? :cap:
 

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I doubt that my country will be able to beat brazil again
we won with a lot of luck last time, but this team is 10 times stronger...
You never know, but if we win, I think 100% we are officially in
 

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Mmmmm There are STILL 24 Points to be played for ...And that is a LOT to go yet !!!!!

Other than Brazil and ARgentina...(The heavyweights of ever) Not EVEN Paraguay should be singing Victory ...TOO FRIKKENN FAR AWAY YET !!!!!! :cap:
 

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David Pizarro should be quite an addition for you guys. It was a huge waste having your most creative player out for personal problems with Olmos.

On a different note, peruvian players seem to be on form at last. Solano, Pizarro, Farfán :star: , Palacios and specially Mendoza (4 goals in his last 2 games, though he's playing in Ukraine) have been playing very well in their respective leagues.

Tickets are already on sale here, hopefully I'll get mine today or tomorrow. Let's just hope nothing stupid happens like last time Chile was here, or like 98' in Santiago. People should get their act together, peruvians were treated fairly when we last met, same should happen here.
 

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On fire!
This weekend:

---Claudio Pizarro scored one and
---Paolo Guerrero scored his first goal as pro, both for Bayern Munich agaisnt Hannover.
----Farfán scored for PSV.
----Solano scored for Aston Villa.
-----Mendoza scored for his unknown ukranian team (5 in the last 3 games).

I already bought a ticket in a very nic seat to see "El Clásico del Pacífico". Cost: 15 dollars.

Taxi to stadium: 2 dollars.

Getting very drunk afterwards: 15 dollars.


Watching Perú beat the hell out of Chile on the field: priceless.

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PREVIEW-Soccer-Day of reckoning for Peru, Uruguay and Colombia

By Brian Homewood

RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Peru, Uruguay and Colombia face a day of reckoning on Wednesday, needing home wins to stay in touch with the pack in the South American World Cup qualifying group.

Peru take on neighbours and arch-rivals Chile in a high-risk match in Lima, Uruguay host Paraguay in Montevideo and Colombia play Bolivia in Barranquilla.

Leaders and world champions Brazil face a tough trip to Ecuador while Argentina, one point behind in second place, are at home to Venezuela in the other games.

The games are not being held on a FIFA World Cup date but are sandwiched between full programmes of weekend domestic games in Europe and most of South America.

Coaches will have at most one training session with their players, many of whom will arrive from their European clubs on Monday or Tuesday and head straight back across the Atlantic.

The 10-nation South American group has turned into a dogfight with three points separating fourth-placed Ecuador (13 points) from bottom team Bolivia.

In between are Chile and Venezuela (13), Uruguay (11) and Colombia and Peru (10) while ahead of the pack are Brazil (20 points), Argentina (19) and Paraguay (16).

All the teams are still in contention either for a top four finish to guarantee reaching the 2006 World Cup in Germany or fifth place for a playoff against the Oceania region winners.

Peru-Chile matches are always highly charged, featuring references to the Battle of the Pacific between the two nations in the 19th century and invariably preceded by Peruvian wizards performing ancient rituals to bring their side good luck.

But Chile coach Juvenal Olmos has tried to play down the rivalry and his counterpart, Brazilian Paulo Autuori, has urged his players to be patient.

JUST FOOTBALL

"For me, this is just a football match," said Olmos.

Autuori said: "We mustn't confuse haste with speed. This is our big problem. We have to try and leave our anxiety to one side.

Peru striker Claudio Pizarro and captain Nolberto Solano face fitness tests but 20-year-old Paolo Guerrero, who has scored five goals in a week for Bayern Munich, is ready to step in if his club-mate Pizarro cannot play.

Chile are without injured strikers Reinaldo Navia and Marcelo Salas.

Feelings will also be running high in Montevideo after Paraguay's players said they were worried about possible rough tactics from their opponents.

Uruguay have dispensed with Juventus striker Marcelo Zalayeta, who played for his club on Sunday and would only have arrived in Montevideo on Monday evening.

Instead, Javier Chevanton and Richard Morales are expected to line up in attack.

Captain Carlos Gamarra returns for Paraguay after missing their last two games with a knee injury but Bayern Munich striker Roque Santa Cruz is still sidelined.

Colombia and Bolivia have 10 points and neither can afford to slip up but the Bolivians have lost all their away games so far and Saturday's 1-0 friendly defeat by Guatemala has not improved their confidence.

Brazil are unbeaten but lost 1-0 three years ago on their last visit to Quito, which lies 2,800 metres above sea level.

Argentina, who host Venezuela in Buenos Aires, will be poised to pounce if their arch-rivals stumble again at high altitude.

Coach Jose Pekerman has dropped 20-year-old forward Carlos Tevez following a loss of form for what, in spite of Venezuela's recent improvement, should be a straightforward match.
 

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Yvonne said:
Peru-Chile matches are always highly charged, featuring references to the Battle of the Pacific between the two nations in the 19th century and invariably preceded by Peruvian wizards performing ancient rituals to bring their side good luck.
:howler: That's got to be a worry for Olmos.
 

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Posiciones - 19 de noviembre de 2004
Pos. Equipo Jug. Gan. Emp. Per. GF GC Dif. Pts.
Primera Vuelta
1 Argentina 11 6 4 1 21 11 10 22
2 Brasil 11 5 5 1 19 11 8 20
3 Ecuador 11 5 1 5 12 11 1 16
4 Paraguay 11 4 4 3 12 11 1 16
5 Uruguay 11 4 2 5 16 23 -7 14
6 Colombia 11 3 4 4 12 11 1 13
7 Perú 11 3 4 4 13 13 0 13
8 Chile 11 3 4 4 10 11 -1 13
9 Venezuela 11 4 1 6 13 17 -4 13

10 Bolivia 11 3 1 7 11 20 -9 10

Things ARE DEFINETELY V E R Y TIGHT Between Ecuador and Venezuela .... God only knows who will go ..... Of course other than Argentina & Brasil !!!!!!!! :cap:
 
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