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Décimocuarta Fecha (4 y 5 de junio 2005)

--.06.2005 Chile vs Bolivia
--.06.2005 Ecuador vs Argentina
--.06.2005 Venezuela vs Uruguay
--.06.2005 Brasil vs Paraguay
--.06.2005 Colombia vs Perú
 

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2 months .... thanks God ..... I dont have to put up with s.h.i.t. from the chilean press pounding on Olmos....Its NOT all his fault..dont U know ?????? :eek:
 

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Olmos is gone ....and the WORST of all possible remedies is back ... Acosta the Bold Thief !!!! :ass:
I swear...these are times Im XTRA Glad Im not in Chile haveing to put up with all this s.h.i.t !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :(
 

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Chile striker Pinilla unhappy with coach's advice :dielaugh:

SANTIAGO, May 3 (Reuters) -

Chile striker Mauricio Pinilla has told the national coach to stay out of his private life after Nelson Acosta suggested he cut down on his nightlife.

"I don't want Acosta interfering with my private life," the Sporting Lisbon player told Chilean media.

"I've got other people to look after me and give me advice. Let him just worry about what I do on the field," said Pinilla, who scored a hat-trick against Braga in the Portuguese league at the weekend.


Acosta, who replaced Juvenal Olmos as Chile coach last week, said on Monday he was worried about the 21-year-old's lifestyle.

"He's a young player and he doesn't need to talk so much," Acosta said. "This is an important phase, for him and the national team."

"He should be concentrated on his game, get some rest and behave himself. He has his whole life to clown around....If he doesn't take this chance, it's bad for the player and bad for the country."

Pinilla has been a regular in the Chile side although he was suspended for a game against Brazil last August after pulling his shorts off and putting them on his head as he celebrated scoring the winning goal away to Venezuela.

Chile are eighth in the 10-nation South American World Cup qualifying group with 14 points from 13 games. They have failed to win their last seven qualifiers.

The top four teams qualify for the World Cup and the fifth plays off against the winners of the Oceania region.
 

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Well...we're here ... The DANCE gets underway in just a few hrs !!!! :)
 

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colombia 5-0 peru

goals by

Rey, Soto, Angel, Restrepo, and Perea....


COLOMBIAAAAAA SCORES MORE THAN ONE GOAL for the FIRST TIME SINE vs. Uruguay!!!
 

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I havent had the chance to watch this game, unfortunately again as usual.
ColoColo u dont like Acosta but I think this could be good. I think he can do what he did in 1997. Salas is back in form, I hope thats Murci Rojas playing cos he's the best, I love that guy. I have a Colo Colo jersey with him on the back.

Anyway great line up i say BRAVO ACOSTA! Hopefully Pinilla or Navia can partner Salas sometime though.

3-0 up at the moment after Salas goal :D
 

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Chile 3 Bolivia 1 Final score ... Chile also played MINUS a man from about the 27 min of the first half..The credit to the players..I will never .. ever say they won because of Acosta The Thief..He not a Coach worthy of anything...When it comes to coachinn guys like him r a dime a dozen...And of course its also thiefs like the Chilean Fed President who put their pockets on the way..that screw up all it has to do with Football in Chile.

Bravo Chile y La Roja .. the rest of the Clowns dont deserve a single applausse.
 

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Great for Chile the result of the Venezuela Vs Uruguay result... a 1x1 tie :D
 

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Brasil 0 Paraguay 0 --- 28' min first half obviously !!!!
 

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Brazil sink Paraguay with Ronaldinho brace

PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil, June 5 (Reuters) -

Ronaldinho :yuck: converted two first-half penalties as Brazil beat Paraguay 4-1 on Sunday to close in on a place at the 2006 World Cup.

Ze Roberto and 21-year-old Santos forward Robinho added two more goals in the second half as Brazil ended a three-match winless run against their smaller neighbours. Bayern Munich's Roque Santa Cruz headed Paraguay's consolation.

Defender Lucio spoiled the day for the world champions when he was sent off for a second bookable offence in the 79th minute.

Brazil, second in the 10-nation South American World Cup qualifying group with 27 points from 14 games, moved within one point of leaders Argentina, whom they meet in Buenos Aires on Wednesday.

Paraguay stayed fourth with 19 points and their defeat was good news for Colombia, Uruguay and Chile :D , who are all two points behind them.

The top four teams go straight to the Germany finals next year and the fifth play off over two legs against the Oceania regions winners for another place. Ecuador, who upset Argentina 2-0 on Saturday, are in third place.

TWO PENALTIES

The game kicked off five minutes late because of an overlong fireworks display and Brazil, without suspended captain Cafu and worn-out Real Madrid striker Ronaldo, quickly took the initiative.

Paraguay goalkeeper Justo Villar twice dived at the feet of Adriano as the Inter Milan forward broke through and made an excellent save in the 15th minute to turn away Kaka's low drive after a quick exchange of passes by the Brazil attack.

Kaka was also foiled by a timely tackle from Julio Mansur when he was in an excellent shooting position.

Paraguay threatened with some of their trademark aerial attacks but failed to properly test goalkeeper Dida.

The breakthrough came in the 33rd minute when Roberto Carlos's cross struck the outstretched arm of Carlos Bonet, Uruguayan referee Martin Vazquez pointed to the spot and Ronaldinho sent the penalty low to Villar's right.

Nine minutes later, Robinho fell over Paulo da Silva's outstretched leg and, although television replays suggested no contact was made, Brazil were awarded another penalty and Ronaldinho blasted the ball high into the top left hand corner.

Ze Roberto, who hit the crossbar after a neat exchange with Kaka in the 48th minute, added the third in the 71st with a curling 25-metre shot.

In between, Paraguay's Carlos Paredes shaved the foot of the post with a shot on the turn and the visitors had a penalty turned down when Roque Junior appeared to hold down an opponent.

They were rewarded in the 73rd minute when Santa Cruz rose at the far post to head in Denis Caniza's cross from the right.

Despite Lucio's dismissal, Brazil restored their three-goal lead when Robinho ran on to Ze Roberto's pass in the 83rd minute and calmly slotted the ball past Villar.
 
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