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This day in history of Ronaldo

2003

Seleção olímpica decepciona e perde na estréia da Copa Ouro

Para Roberto Carlos, Beckham mostrará que não é só marketing

Barcelona aguarda resposta do PSG para proposta por Ronaldinho

Los galácticos sí han resultado rentables

LAPORTA DA UN ULTIMÁTUM AL PSG PARA RONALDINHO

Ronaldo se divierte con Heidi Klum en Cerdeña

«Реал» хочет распрощаться с Макманаманом

Мексика – Бразилия: статистика матча

Луиш Фигу. Враг фасоли и лука

Камбьяссо, вероятно, придется уйти из клуба

Роберто Карлос: Дэвида будут судить исходя по игре

Роналдо развлекается с Хейди Клумом (Heidi Klum) на острове Серденья (Cerdeña)

Mexico 1, Brazil 0

Roberto Carlos: Beckham Will Be Judged on Ability

Roll over Ronaldo, here come the robots

2004

Copa America: Brasil 1:2 Paraguay

Brasil perde para o Paraguai e termina em segundo do grupo

Aumenta la intensidad y se enciende la reserva

RONALDINHO SUPERSTAR: "ESTO VA CADA DÍA MEJOR"

GASPAR: "RONALDO TRABAJA COMO UNO MÁS"

Лига Чемпионов, первый квалификационный раунд

Вторник в Лас Росас. Утро целиком посвящено физической подготовке, вечер – тактической

Кубок Америки. Бразильцы проиграли парагвайцам

Copa-Costa Rica qualify with injury-time winner

Copa-Brazil 1 Paraguay 2 - Copa America result

2005

Real Madrid vai aos Estados Unidos em busca de dinheiro

Real pagaria 50 milhões mais Ronaldo por Adriano

Comienza la Gira: Rumbo a Chicago

El Real Madrid viaja a la Gira con Toshiba a bordo

Expectación máxima en Chicago con la llegada del Real Madrid

Hello Mr. Casillas, how are you?

Los tres capitanes: “El Real Madrid es muy grande en cualquier parte del mundo”

Начинается тур: Вылетаем в Чикаго

Экс-жена Роналдо снялась для Maxim

Unfinished business for Real as they set off on tour

2006

Ronaldo será operado no sábado

Pai de Ronaldo diz que o filho agüenta esta e muitas outras crises

ESTARÁ MES Y MEDIO DE BAJA SI ABREN SU TENDÓN

RONALDO SE SALIÓ CON LA SUYA: NO VINO A MADRID

EL CLUB NO DIO EL COMUNICADO ANUNCIANDO LA OPERACIÓN

RONALDO, PRIMER TERMÓMETRO DE CAPELLO

Роналдо предстоит операция

Ronaldo to undergo left tibia surgery

2007

"Argentina é favorita", afirma Dunga

Em Natal, Pato deseja conhecer seu ídolo, Ronaldo Nazário

Robinho disputará a Messi y Riquelme la Copa América y el MVP del torneo

Их осталось только трое

Дунга назвал Аргентину фаворитом финала Кубка Америки

Роналдо собрался жениться

2009

Planejamento do Corinthians para Ronaldo prevê descanso

Campionato Brasiliano, Ronaldo Perde e Adriano Pareggia

3 тренера лишились своих постов по итогам очередного раунда чемпионата Бразилии по футболу

Футболист сборной Аргентины дисквалифицирован за драку

Argentine D'Alessandro banned 60 days in Brazil

2010

Cristiano y Kaká, en el 'peor equipo del Mundial' del diario 'The Sun'

2011

"Сборная Бразилии" пробилась в четвертьфинал Кубка Америки по футболу

2012

Video: Ronaldo vs Valencia CF (1996/97) - Обзор матча

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12/06/2005
Stars of Brazil, Argentina hope to put a shine on tarnished competition

 

If ever a soccer competition needed a positive spin, it's the Confederations Cup.

Although the eight competing nations include World Cup holder Brazil, South American champion Argentina, multi-titlist Germany and European Championship winner Greece, the competition badly needs something special to give itself some credibility.

Hated by European clubs because it stops tired players from taking an offseason break, the championship - being staged in Germany as a warmup to next year's World Cup - has few friends outside of FIFA.

The world governing body had taken a competition that began as a four-nation event to promote soccer in the Middle East and turned it into a mini version of the World Cup, with the winners of each of its six Confederations joining the World Cup holder and the host.

Its lowest point came two years ago in France where Cameroon star Marc-Vivien Foe collapsed and died. Although his death was the result of heart failure, critics suggested it may not have happened if he had been able to rest his body between seasons.

Such is the unpopularity of the event in Europe that Germany and Italy declined to take part in 2003 because their players were too tired at the end of the domestic seasons.

This year's competition kicks off a week after most countries played World Cup qualifying games. With just a short break before European league and cup competitions start up, there's little time for the players to recover from injuries and freshen up mentally and physically.

However, some of the sport's stars can now polish the competition's image.

Although Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos have been excused, Brazil has sent FIFA player of the year Ronaldinho, Kaka, Adriano and new attacking talent Robinho.

Argentina has goalscoring star Carlos Tevez on its roster, along with talented midfielder Javier Saviola and defenders Walter Samuel, Javier Zanetti and Gabriel Heinze. But Juan Sebastian Veron, Hernan Crespo and Robert Ayala are among the big names left out.

Some players aren't here because they are still needed by their clubs.

Greece captain Theodoros Zagorakis misses the first two games because he is needed by Bologna in an Italian relegation playoff. Opponent Parma has pulled midfielders Vince Grella and Marco Bresciano out of Australia's squad for the same reason, and they won't play in the tournament at all.

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Brazil is in the same group as Greece, Mexico and a Japan team already celebrating being the first nation to qualify for next year's World Cup.

Argentina also guaranteed its place by beating Brazil 3-1 in qualifying action on Wednesday, and joins Australia, Tunisia and host Germany in the other group.

The opening games are Argentina-Tunisia in Cologne and Germany-Australia in Frankfurt on Wednesday. Then comes a showdown between World Cup holder Brazil and European champion Greece in Leipzig.

The competition gives the Greeks a chance to prove that its Euro 2004 triumph was no fluke.

They had failed to win a game in either the World Cup or European Championship, but Otto Rehhagel's players beat host Portugal twice, defending champion France and the favored Czech Republic on the way to winning the title.

Rehhagel's team revels in being the underdog and that will be the case Thursday.

Greece went down 1-0 at home to Ukraine in World Cup qualifying action on Wednesday, badly hurting its chances of making it to next year's finals in Germany.

But Rehhagel has the ability of getting the best out of his players against better teams and the Greeks will be fired up to beat the world champion.

Having reached the second round of the World Cup on home soil three years ago, Asian champion Japan - coached by Brazilian great Zico - hopes to maintain momentum by beating Mexico in Hannover on Wednesday. But the players believe they are not playing that well.

"If we just keep playing like this we won't go very far in the World Cup," Fiorentina midfielder Hidetoshi Nakata said. "We have a lot of work to do to take our game to the next level."

Germany lost in the final at the last World Cup but flopped badly at Euro 2004, where it went out in the first round.

Because it hosts the World Cup, the team has been unable to play competitive games and its fans will be looking closely to see how it deals with Australia, Tunisia and Argentina.

Of the 12 World Cup venues, only five are in use for the Confederations Cup. There are no games in Munich, which hosts the opening World Cup match, or Berlin's Olympic stadium, which will stage the final.

The Confederations Cup final is set for Frankfurt's Waldstadion on June 29.

 

13.06.2005 08:48 +0400
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