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Mafalda
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Mon Sep 15, 2008 3:11 pm

We just need to finish first till the play off to get the Copa Libertadores third place, what means play a game before the first round.
We need to be champions to get the second place what is not so dificult in our way oif championship Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Mon Oct 06, 2008 8:55 pm

The perfect sunday: Colo Colo won once again the derby and still can fight for the third place to Copa Libertadores Very Happy

Ranking:

1. Universidad de Chile 29
2. Rangers 27
3. Palestino 27
4. Colo Colo 26
5. Huachipato 24
6. La Serena 24
7. Everton 22
8. Audax Italiano 20
9. Universidad Católica 20
10. O'Higgins 19
11. Cobresal 19
12. Antofagasta 19
13. Cobreloa 18
14. Santiago Morning 17
15. Unión Espańola 16
16. Ńublense 15
17. Universidad de Concepción 14
18. Provincial Osorno 10
19. Melipilla 8.


Group Ranking
Grupo 1
U. de Chile 29
Colo Colo 26
U. Espańola 16
Ńublense 15

Grupo 2
Rangers 27
D. La Serena 24
Everton 22
U. Católica 20
P. Osorno 10

Grupo 3
Palestino 27
O'Higgins 19
S. Morning 17
U. de Concepción 14
D. Melipilla 8

Grupo 4
Huachipato 24
A. Italiano 20
D. Antofagasta 19
Cobresal 19
Cobreloa 18.
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Mon Nov 03, 2008 7:16 pm

I didnt write here in years Very Happy

One week before finish the pre season, U. de Chile got the first place so the right to play the pre Copa Libertadores.
Now we must be champion to get a place ... IF U de Chile is champion we will get the pre Libertadores place.
In fact ... I prefer to be champion Very Happy

In 2 weeks will start the play off
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Thu Nov 13, 2008 12:11 pm

OK The preseason finished and now will start the play off.
One of this teams will be the champions:
Colo Colo cheers
Cobreloa
Universidad de Chile
Huachipato
O'Higgins
Palestino
Universidad Católica
Rangers
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Thu Nov 13, 2008 2:10 pm

I have a question Mafalda.

How good is Alexis Sanchez? I have watched him for Udinese quite a bit recently but I didn't see much of him in his Colo Colo days. He looks an excellent player but I thought you would be the one to ask. Surprised

I really like Isla.
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Thu Nov 13, 2008 3:48 pm

Arturo Vidal is having a good season at Bayer Leverkusen and a good player. Was he at Colo Colo too Nany?
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Thu Nov 13, 2008 11:53 pm

Bobbi wrote:
Arturo Vidal is having a good season at Bayer Leverkusen and a good player. Was he at Colo Colo too Nany?

Of course!!!! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
The best chilean players were in Colo Colo's football schools Very Happy
No, seriously yes he was.
He is from a very poor family and Colo Colo has a house where live the kids in social risks and those who have not family in Santiago.
There live Arturo Vidal and Matías Fernández for example.
He is a wonderfull player, I dont why Bielsa didnt call him this time and called Isla (who's very good too)

Caxi wrote:
I have a question Mafalda.

How good is Alexis Sanchez? I have watched him for Udinese quite a bit recently but I didn't see much of him in his Colo Colo days. He looks an excellent player but I thought you would be the one to ask. Surprised

I really like Isla.

In Colo Colo had his best time till now, he has a team that helped him, because he has a problem, is a little bit selfih with the ball and when he was in River Plate, Simeones didnt like much and never supported him much.
He has too much to learn yet and need a coach that support him.

And yers, Mauricio Isla is very good really
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Fri Nov 14, 2008 12:11 am

forza C.D.P!!! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Mon Nov 17, 2008 1:07 pm

First play off's game:

Colo Colo 1 : 1 Huachipato (No bad it was an away game)

Cobreloa 3 : 0 U. de Chile (They should win 4 - 0 at home to go to quarter final)

U. Católica 3 : 3 Rangers

O'Higgins 2 : 2 Palestino

Second game of this round will be the next week end
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Mon Nov 24, 2008 12:00 pm

This are the couples to the semifinal:

Cobreloa vs Colo Colo cheers cheers

Rangers vs Palestino

The first game is next weekend, and Colo Colo will play the second game at home Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Sat Nov 29, 2008 2:08 pm

Tody start the semifinal ... im so nervous, Cobreloa won us 4-3 the last game and more than one time they won us in the final.
Wish us luck please!!!!! affraid
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Mon Dec 01, 2008 11:28 am

Two very good games and too much goals.

Cobreloa 3 : 3 Colo Colo ( a Good draw away, most of all because we scored 3 times)

Rangers 2 : 2 Palestino (What a game, Palestino was lossing 2 : 0 and drew in the minute 90)

Today we will get the tickets to home's game. My 2 daughters want to go with me so, we will have to buy one, we have 2 seats in the stadium so, we will have to buy one Very Happy )
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Sun Dec 07, 2008 3:28 pm

We are in the final bounce bounce bounce (our sixth in 3 years Very Happy )

The rsult of yesterdays games:

Palestino 0 : 0 Rangers

Colo Colo 2 : 2 Cobreloa

Palestimo scored twice away so got the final

Colo Colo scored three times away so also got the final

Next sunday: Palestino : Colo the first game of the final cheers cheers cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Sun Dec 07, 2008 4:05 pm

Mafalda wrote:
We are in the final bounce bounce bounce (our sixth in 3 years Very Happy )

The rsult of yesterdays games:

Palestino 0 : 0 Rangers

Colo Colo 2 : 2 Cobreloa

Palestimo scored twice away so got the final

Colo Colo scored three times away so also got the final

Next sunday: Palestino : Colo the first game of the final cheers cheers cheers

I wish we could get some Chilean football over here. Good luck Mafalda, Forza Colo Colo!

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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Mon Dec 08, 2008 11:37 am

Thanks Gio Very Happy

No, no, chilean football is not good enough for your country Very Happy Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:06 am

I wasnt in the mood to write in this topic ....
Last sunday was the first game of this final .... 1 : 1, but what a shame ... Colo Colo was winning 1.= and Palestino with 9 men ... (2 of them got red card, one was the goalkeeper) .. scored!!!!
We couldnt beleive ti but .... it was
Now, we MUST win at home to be champion.
All the tickets are sold ... thanks God my daughter realized that will be full and bought for both games, yesterday my husband went to get the free seats tickets ... wish us luck please!!!!!
We can not loose a new final this year No No No No
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:29 am

It looks to be a very dramatic play-offs. Many goals and very tight games...
Good Luck! You got an away goal, always something...

But why is the team you are facing called PALESTINO? where does all the funny names come from? O´higgins? Rangers?
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Wed Dec 17, 2008 11:46 am

Cash wrote:
It looks to be a very dramatic play-offs. Many goals and very tight games...
Good Luck! You got an away goal, always something...

But why is the team you are facing called PALESTINO? where does all the funny names come from? O´higgins? Rangers?

Palestino is for Palestinian, O'Higgins is the durname of a chilean that fought for our Independence and Ranger I have no idea Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Wed Dec 17, 2008 11:33 pm

But why PALESTINIAN in Chile...interesting and entertaining... Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Thu Dec 18, 2008 2:11 am

Cash wrote:
But why PALESTINIAN in Chile...interesting and entertaining... Very Happy

It is just like Assyriska in Sweden, found by Syryoyo immigrants in the biggest exile Syryoyo community Södertälje.
Club Deportivo Palestino was found 1920 by Palestinian immigrants in Santiago, were there is a huge Palestinian community.
Actually in the current squad there is only one Palestinian, the others are all Chilenos, Gauchos and other Latinos.
By the way if anyone cares, Palestino was the youth club of Luis Jimenez.
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Fri Dec 19, 2008 3:46 am

thanks for the info! I knew there was a pretty large Palestinian community in Chile, however not that they were that large.

I work in Södertälje, so I know all about that part of the story... Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Fri Dec 19, 2008 9:36 pm

The point is that Chile has the biggest palestinian community in the world, they have a Palestinian Stadium where they meet for fun, parties, eat palestinian foods etc ...
Beside there is the Palestinian Football Club that is a society owned by rich palestinian families, the coach belong to a palestinian family and Tito Bishara, the rest are not palestinian.
Bishara belongs to the Palestinian NT and some months ago he went to play to Palestine, the coach when still played also was in the NT.

I like Palestino but ... I hope they loose tomorrow with Colo Colo Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Sat Dec 20, 2008 2:04 am

Yes it is the biggest community outside of Middle East with 300 000 I think, in Jordan there are almost 3 000 000 Palestinians and they also have a team in highest league called Wehdat (refugeecamp team). In Syria and Lebanon aswell with almost 1/2 million Palestinians in each, they probably also have teams in highest league?
Roberto Bishara played a historic game with NT against Jordan (1-1) in November, as it was the very first game actually played in Palestine since the 1940ies.
Even way back before that, Santiago and Chile has been giving nourishment to International Palestinian football ever since all rich and wealthy people emigrated Palestine, most of them to Chile and Brazil, and became even more wealthy. That's how all the C.D. Palestino thing started and why they got nicknamed Millionario.

Mafalda, I will not excuse myself beeing Palestino fan and wishes the guys strength against Colo Colo to produce goals, but because you will be there to see the game with family & friends, and because you are Laziofan, I will wish you good luck and a magnificant evening.
It is a shame your student will miss the game due to red Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Sun Dec 21, 2008 1:11 pm

It's a shame what the referee did ... I didnt deserve the red card, and he wasnt punish for that, but because of the referee said he insulted him. Than God was Selman's last game. He always wanted to be a star, is one the most hated chilean referee. And was FIFA's scratch

Well after that i can say .... once again: We are the champions!!!!!!!!!

28 star ... more than Juve bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce

I have no words, im really so happy it was a special championship, the first of our biggest idol like coach and the last of our historic scorer Lucas Barrios, he will play in Europe next season, most probbale in Borusia Dormunt.

What a perfect day, Lazio won and Colo Colo was champion Very Happy Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Chilean Football   Sun Dec 21, 2008 5:18 pm

Congrats to you then Mafalda! A good day yesterday... santa
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