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 21 
 on: April 11, 2014, 01:29:04 am 
Started by linnasdf - Last post by linnasdf
Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino conceded his puma evospeed soccer shoes side had paid for a slow start as Atletico Madrid booked their place in the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 40 years with a 1-0 win over the Catalans on Wednesday.

Koke scored the only goal of the game after just five minutes to seal a 2-1 aggregate victory for Diego Simeone`s men and Atletico could have won by a far more comfortable margin as they also hit the woodwork three times in the opening 20 minutes.

"At the start the game went like Atletico like it, they were playing direct and winning the premier 1972 soccer shoes second balls. It wasn`t that we lacked intensity, but we couldn`t put four or five passes together," said Martino.

"We expected to have more control of the ball to avoid their pressing, but we didn`t manage to do that.

"There was a big difference between the sides in the first 20 minutes, but after that both sides had their chances."

Defeat means Barca have still not managed to beat Atletico in five meetings this season.

A common factor in all those games has been Lionel Messi`s inability to make an impact as the Argentine was again well-marshalled by Atletico and kept on the fringes of the game.

However, Martino insisted Barca cannot always depend on his compatriot to come to the rescue.

"We weren`t interested in Messi participating as much in the build-up play as normal as we wanted to isolate him for one-on-ones on the right due to the way Atletico defend the space in the middle.

"Ironically, he had two chances coming more into the centre from cross by Dani (Alves) and Neymar, but we don`t base everything solely on Leo.

"There is Cesc (Fabregas), Andres (Iniesta), Neymar, the full-backs. When we win, lose or draw we do so as a team."

There was a completely different set of emotions for Simeone as Atletico`s incredible turnaround under his tenure continues.

However, he insisted Atletico`s inexperience will ensure they remain underdogs in the semi-finals.

"We maintain the same humility. We understand that the other teams have been there far more than Atletico Madrid.

"We are there 40 years later and we believe in what we are doing. We want to continue being competitive as was our intention at the start."

Atletico`s victory was even more remarkable as it came without top-scorer Diego Costa and influential midfielder Arda Turan.

Simeone admitted he refused Costa`s plea to play despite a hamstring injury to ensure the Spanish international will be fit for the remainder of the season with Atletico also just six games away from their first La Liga title since 1996.

And the Argentine waved away suggestions that progression on the Champions League stage could attract unwanted attention from Europe`s biggest clubs looking to prize away a few of Atletico`s key assets.

"We envy many other teams from a financial point of view, but from a competitive point of view we envy no one."

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 on: April 11, 2014, 01:28:32 am 
Started by linnasdf - Last post by linnasdf
Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino conceded his side had paid for a nike mercurial vapor slow start as Atletico Madrid booked their place in the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 40 years with a 1-0 win over the Catalans on Wednesday.

Koke scored the only goal of the game after just five minutes to seal a 2-1 aggregate victory for nike mercurial gs Diego Simeone`s men and Atletico could have won by a far more comfortable margin as they also hit the woodwork three times in the opening 20 minutes.

"At the start the game went like Atletico like it, they were playing direct and winning the second balls. It wasn`t that we lacked intensity, but we couldn`t put four or five passes together," said Martino.

"We expected to have more control of the ball to avoid their pressing, but we didn`t manage to do that.

"There was a big difference between the sides in the first 20 minutes, but after that both sides had their chances."

Defeat means Barca have still not managed to beat Atletico in five meetings this season.

A common factor in all those games has been Lionel Messi`s inability to make an impact as the Argentine was again well-marshalled by Atletico and kept on the fringes of the game.

However, Martino insisted Barca cannot always depend on his compatriot to come to the rescue.

"We weren`t interested in Messi participating as much in the build-up play as normal as we wanted to isolate him for one-on-ones on the right due to the way Atletico defend the space in the middle.

"Ironically, he had two chances coming more into the centre from cross by Dani (Alves) and Neymar, but we don`t base everything solely on Leo.

"There is Cesc (Fabregas), Andres (Iniesta), Neymar, the full-backs. When we win, lose or draw we do so as a team."

There was a completely different set of emotions for Simeone as Atletico`s incredible turnaround under his tenure continues.

However, he insisted Atletico`s inexperience will ensure they remain underdogs in the semi-finals.

"We maintain the same humility. We understand that the other teams have been there far more than Atletico Madrid.

"We are there 40 years later and we believe in what we are doing. We want to continue being competitive as was our intention at the start."

Atletico`s victory was even more remarkable as it came without top-scorer Diego Costa and influential midfielder Arda Turan.

Simeone admitted he refused Costa`s plea to play despite a hamstring injury to ensure the Spanish international will be fit for the remainder of the season with Atletico also just six games away from their first La Liga title since 1996.

And the Argentine waved away suggestions that progression on the Champions League stage could attract unwanted attention from Europe`s biggest clubs looking to prize away a few of Atletico`s key assets.

"We envy many other teams from a financial point of view, but from a competitive point of view we envy no one."

 23 
 on: April 11, 2014, 01:27:11 am 
Started by linnasdf - Last post by linnasdf

Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino conceded his puma evospeed soccer shoes side had paid for a slow start as Atletico Madrid booked their place in the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 40 years with a 1-0 win over the Catalans on Wednesday.

Koke scored the only goal of the game after just five minutes to seal a 2-1 aggregate victory for Diego Simeone`s men and Atletico could have won by a far more comfortable margin as they also hit the woodwork three times in the opening 20 minutes.

"At the start the game went like Atletico like it, they were playing direct and winning the premier 1972 soccer shoes second balls. It wasn`t that we lacked intensity, but we couldn`t put four or five passes together," said Martino.

"We expected to have more control of the ball to avoid their pressing, but we didn`t manage to do that.

"There was a big difference between the sides in the first 20 minutes, but after that both sides had their chances."

Defeat means Barca have still not managed to beat Atletico in five meetings this season.

A common factor in all those games has been Lionel Messi`s inability to make an impact as the Argentine was again well-marshalled by Atletico and kept on the fringes of the game.

However, Martino insisted Barca cannot always depend on his compatriot to come to the rescue.

"We weren`t interested in Messi participating as much in the build-up play as normal as we wanted to isolate him for one-on-ones on the right due to the way Atletico defend the space in the middle.

"Ironically, he had two chances coming more into the centre from cross by Dani (Alves) and Neymar, but we don`t base everything solely on Leo.

"There is Cesc (Fabregas), Andres (Iniesta), Neymar, the full-backs. When we win, lose or draw we do so as a team."

There was a completely different set of emotions for Simeone as Atletico`s incredible turnaround under his tenure continues.

However, he insisted Atletico`s inexperience will ensure they remain underdogs in the semi-finals.

"We maintain the same humility. We understand that the other teams have been there far more than Atletico Madrid.

"We are there 40 years later and we believe in what we are doing. We want to continue being competitive as was our intention at the start."

Atletico`s victory was even more remarkable as it came without top-scorer Diego Costa and influential midfielder Arda Turan.

Simeone admitted he refused Costa`s plea to play despite a hamstring injury to ensure the Spanish international will be fit for the remainder of the season with Atletico also just six games away from their first La Liga title since 1996.

And the Argentine waved away suggestions that progression on the Champions League stage could attract unwanted attention from Europe`s biggest clubs looking to prize away a few of Atletico`s key assets.

"We envy many other teams from a financial point of view, but from a competitive point of view we envy no one."

 24 
 on: April 10, 2014, 02:01:01 pm 
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 27 
 on: April 09, 2014, 10:33:19 pm 
Started by soccerjerseys27 - Last post by soccerjerseys27

This Article Is From chelseafc.com

The Chelsea Ladies' season gets underway in just over a weeks' time so the official Chelsea website caught up with manager Emma  Wholesale Spain Soccer Jersey Hayes to find out how the final preparations are going.

Transfer deadline day passed yesterday with the Ladies adding an eighth and final signing to their squad, 22-year-old Chilean goalkeeper USA Jersey  Christiane Endler. Emma Hayes discussed that transfer, her choice for the captaincy and much more besides ahead of the first game of the season, an FA Cup fifth round tie at home to Bristol Academy on Sunday 13 April.

Keeper addition increases competition
Hayes explained Endler's background, her strengths and how the signing will benefit current first-choice goalkeeper Marie Hourihan.

'Christiane is Chile's No1 and has been playing internationally for quite some time,' reported Hayes. 'She's been playing in the college system over in the States and also had a spell at Colo-Colo in her homeland.

'We're really excited about what she can bring to the team. Her kicking game is tremendous which is going to help massively with our ability to play out from the back or to counter with a quick transfer from attack to defence. She fits into any type of playing style. Her kicking game is a massive reason we've signed her, but she'll pluck crosses out of the air no problem.

'Communication is going to hold her back to begin with as English isn't her first language but her potential is absolutely enormous. She's 6ft 1in, incredibly athletic and brave. Her all-round game is first class.

'She's 22 and she'll drive my No1, Marie Hourihan, to be the best that she can be. "Marge", as we call her, has been the most improved player at this football club; she works hard, is intelligent and brave. My hope is that the pair of them are going to bring the best out of each other. We need competition in every position, but it's fair to say that Marie has earned the No1 spot and it's up to Tiane to dislodge her from that.'

The start of the season is now just over a week away
The Ladies have competed in a number of pre-season friendlies ahead of the new season, including last night when they beat Millwall 3-0. The goals were scored by Yuki Ogimi, who netted twice, and Rachel Williams.

Hayes expects her whole squad to be fit for the big kick-off next weekend and she spoke in greater depth about the how the first team have helped with the pre-season preparations.

'I had a sit down with Rui Faria (our assistant first team coach) to speak about their periodisation and the difference in the men's team's model to ours. To be honest, there's not much to separate it, but Rui was very helpful and shared ideas about the different things to manage different player loads. I hope to get a little bit time with him just before the season starts so we can build upon it.

'There are a lot of parallels with the training methodology throughout the club. It's great being at a club which shares ideas and I know my assistants have really benefited from speaking with the match analysis department about how we can improve. There's a lot of support for what we are doing.'

Photoshoot and captaincy
With new seasons come old rituals. The Ladies took part in the traditional pre-season photoshoot last week and as Hayes explains it was a good team-building exercise.

'The photoshoot was a lot of fun and BT came along. The status of our team, and the quality within it, has resulted in an increase in publicity and media coverage.

'Ji So-Yun was joking around the whole time, but Rachel Williams and Katie Chapman suddenly became very shy with the cameras around. They are the two hardest players I've ever coached, but stick a camera in front of them and they run a mile!'

An announcement on who will lead the side for the forthcoming season will be made to her squad by Hayes in the coming days, the final piece in the puzzle before next Sunday's opener.

'I've now made a decision on my captain, but I'm not revealing to my squad until next Wednesday so I'm afraid you're all going to have to wait until then, too. It's been one of the toughest decisions I've had to make, which is testament to the leaders I have in my squad. There have been three or four genuine contenders for the role.'

 28 
 on: April 09, 2014, 10:32:31 pm 
Started by soccerjerseys27 - Last post by soccerjerseys27

This Article Is From chelseafc.com

Eden Hazard has been named the FTBpro PFA Premier League Fan Player of the Month for March.

The award comes following  http://www.voluncareer.org Hazard's impressive performances for Chelsea throughout the last month in which he scored two goals and contributed two assists to keep Chelsea in the mix for the Premier League title.

Hazard set up two goals for teammate Andre Schurrle in the 3-1 win over west London neighbours Fulham and then followed that up  http://www.voluncareer.org/usa-jersey with eye-catching displays against both Tottenham and Arsenal, scoring from the penalty spot in both games to take his total number of goals for the campaign so far to 14, helping ensure the Blues have taken more points on home soil this season than any other club - 44 from a possible 48.

Thank you to all Chelsea fans who voted for Hazard, who was delighted to receive the award. 'It is a huge honour to be recognised by the supporters for my form,' said the 23-year-old. 'It makes me very proud and very happy to be in a team like Chelsea and I hope we can keep going and be successful at the end of the season.'

The FTBpro PFA Fan Player of the Month awards are designed to give a strong voice to the supporters who are the lifeblood of the game. The awards are endorsed by the players and supported by the clubs.

One lucky voter will present the Belgian with his prize at a forthcoming game at Stamford Bridge.

 29 
 on: April 09, 2014, 10:31:44 pm 
Started by soccerjerseys27 - Last post by soccerjerseys27

This Article Is From chelseafc.com

Eden Hazard and Gary Cahill reflected on last night's disappointment and looked ahead to the task that awaits us in the return leg on Tuesday.

The pair both played the  Cheap Brazil Soccer Jerseys 2014 Sale full 90 minutes in Paris and it was Hazard that brought us level on the night with a clinical penalty midway through the first half. Ultimately, though, individual mistakes cost us as the home side ran out 3-1 winners, with Javier Pastore's injury-time third especially disappointing.

Cahill pinned his frustrations  Cheap Germany Soccer Jersey World Cup 2014 Promotion on that goal and also the one we conceded very early on.
 
'It was a disastrous start,' said the defender. 'I've played for a long time now and I've been in that situation before where you go 1-0 down before you know it, for whatever reason, and you just have to try and regroup and get back in the game - and we did that.

'We got it back to 1-1 and controlled the first half after that. But I thought they had the second half. The blow at the end was devastating. It was a horrible time to concede. It was a sloppy goal - unlike us.'

A fine Eden Hazard performance against the Parisians at Stamford Bridge will go a long way to helping us recover the situation and with goals required there can be no doubt what our approach will be.

'It's a shame we could not hold on to the 2-1 but we are strong,' Hazard said.

'We only have one thing to do - attack and score. Paris are a great team but Chelsea can turn things around at home. We have already proved that and we are capable of doing it again.'

Having not long ago been part of the side that overturned a 3-1 scoreline in a Champions League knock-out game, Cahill is also well aware of what is required if we are to progress next Tuesday evening.

'We've been here before, against Napoli in the year we won it. We've got the character and the players to do it. We've got a big task ahead of us and we need to approach it in the right manner.

'The onus is on us to be on the front foot from the first whistle. I hope we will be and I'm sure we will be. We've got performances in us at home and we need a huge one in the second leg against what is a very good team.'

- A clip of Gary Cahill talking to Chelsea TV after the game is available to view above (subject to registration), with the full interview on the Chelsea TV section of this website.

 30 
 on: April 09, 2014, 10:30:57 pm 
Started by soccerjerseys27 - Last post by soccerjerseys27

This Article Is From chelseafc.com

Tickets remain on sale for next Thursday's FA Youth Cup semi-final first leg against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge, kick-off 7.05pm, thewyomingline.org  with Under-18s' manager Adi Viveash predicting an entertaining encounter between two strong teams.

With tickets priced £5 for adults and £3 for concessions, and with many youngsters on holiday from school, the game represents a fantastic  Colombia Soccer Jersey World Cup opportunity to come along and watch our Under-18 side attempt to secure a place in the FA Youth Cup final for the third consecutive year.

The Blues welcome the north London side to SW6 for the first leg, before making the trip across the capital to the Emirates for the return a week later.

Viveash, whose side will play in the semi-finals for the fifth consecutive season, urged supporters to come along and get behind our youngsters.

'It's great for the players and we've worked tremendously hard to get to this stage,' he tells the official Chelsea website.

'It's two top academies against each other, a London derby and this is as big as it gets in youth development. It's two very talented sides and I'm sure they're going to be two entertaining matches.

'Last year we beat Liverpool at this stage and we really controlled the tie, the year before it was a very difficult semi against Manchester United. I think this will be similar, it will be about fine margins and that's where we need the Chelsea supporters to come along and give us that edge.'

Whether or not playing the first leg at home is an advantage or not remains to be seen, but Viveash feels a strong performance in front of our own supporters can serve us well ahead of the second leg.

'We'll be looking to play our own way and get a positive result in the home leg, we have to make use of playing at the Bridge and having the advantage of a lot of my players having been here before,' says Viveash. 'They know what they're facing in a semi-final, I'm not sure how many of the other three teams left in the competition can say that, but we can and you have to try to use every little advantage.

'The players who were involved last year know what's coming and hopefully they can help the younger players. It's obviously a big game at this stage of the season; a lot of the players know each other, they're international team-mates, they're friends and while that doesn't count for anything once you cross the white line it does spice things up a bit. The rivalry at first team level is massive and it's no different at youth level.'

The Blues booked our place in the semi-finals courtesy of a hugely impressive 3-2 win at Newcastle United, coming from behind to win on a night when the hosts scored a controversial second goal.

'The performance at Newcastle told me the players were desperate to achieve something this year,' Viveash says. 'The way they came back from adversity, and to deal with a couple of major setbacks in a few minutes was great testament to their character and their strength to perform under pressure.

'To go away from home and win a quarter-final at Newcastle was a massive result, but it's the same for both sides, Arsenal have also had some impressive results.'

Tickets are priced £5 for adults and £3 for concessions, and are available online, via the Call Centre on 0871 984 1905 or from the Stamford Bridge Box Office.

Tickets must be purchased in advance of the game. Tickets will go off sale online and over the telephone on Tuesday 8 April but will remain available to purchase in person until 4pm on the day of the match, subject to availability.

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