Sunday, April 17, 2011

Primera Division 2010 2011 Week 32 Preview Show and GolTv Legends on MiamiGunners Match Of The Week

liga primera 2010/11 
preview show and
GolTv Legends

The first Clasico shadows the other nine games, in which the very foundations of the Spanish League might shake.
The possibility of Real Madrid and Barcelona facing each other four times in less than a month has finally become true, and Saturday's Clasico features a derby in which the Liga title itself is at stake. But there's much more in the Spanish League than a dual fight at the top. Villarreal must secure a victory against Zaragoza to keep up with Valencia's pace, who've opened a six-point gap at the third position. Newly promoted Levante and Hercules take on each other for a decisive relegation fight. Levante has been unstoppable during the second half of the tournament and they need to demonstrate their strength against a direct rival to reach the upper half of the positions table and even dream with the European qualification. Espanyol and Atletico play another decisive game, in which the winner is likely to defy Sevilla as the owner of the fifth European place.


2011 preview show

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saturday: el clásico, plus a few games here and there.

Getafe vs. Sevilla 18:00
The weekend’s fixtutres kick-off with a hopelessly out-of-form and relegation threatened Getafe hosting Champions League aspiring Sevilla. It seems far likelier that Michel’s side will be playing in the Segunda next season, especially given their astoundingly bad run of only one win in 15 games. All bad runs have to end somewhere though, and news that Getafe have been working with fan groups to try and fill the Coliseum will hopefully give the beleaguered Getafe players a sense of loyal home support.

Malaga vs. Mallorca 18:00
Manuel Pellegrini’s Malaga have the joint worst home record in the league and their hopes of survival depend on them finding some form in front of their own fans. Indeed, the Rosaleda turned 70 years old on Wednesday so a win would be a welcome birthday gift. They’ll also be helped by the return of Julio The Beast Baptista who has been out since February. Mallorca’s draw at home with Sevilla last week brought them one step closer to assuring survival although starman Jonathan de Guzman might miss out with a knee problem.

Almeria vs. Valencia 20:00
The team who shares the league’s worst home record with Malaga? Almeria. As was mentioned in our relegation feature yesterday, Almeria look a certainty for the drop as they lie seven points from safety. To make matters worse, star player Pablo Piatti might miss the game through on ankle injury. Valencia are in buoyant mood after their 5-0 thrashing of Villarreal consolidated third place and confirmed their superiority over the rest of the league (that’ll be all the teams except for Real and Barca).              

Real Madrid vs. Barcelona 22:00
The league might already be sown up for Barcelona, but this doesn’t take away from the occasion. There are enough protagonists, antagonists and subplots in here to write a novel. The two best players in the world come head-to-head whilst the scheming and sneaky dealings of José Mourinho are contrasted with the puritanical and righteous ways of Pep Guardiola. Moreover, it’s a meeting of two different philosophies as Barcelona’s cantera (youth policy) faces off against Real’s cartera (wallet). Spain braces itself for a clasico series, this being the first installment.

Deportivo La Coruña vs. Racing Santander 17:00
Deportivo’s 0-0 draw with Malaga was their seventh goalless stalemate of the season and they truly are one of the most morose teams we have seen in La Liga, taking the least shots and scoring the least amount of goals out of anyone. Racing have gone three games unbeaten and are edging towards the 40 point mark, although they will have to make do without Kennedy who has been ruled out for two weeks. Worse though for the Cantabrians is news that owner Ali Syed still owes his players €1.7 million from last season.

Levante vs. Hercules 17:00
Before the season started, many would have predicted both Levante and Hercules to be dead and buried by this stage. As it happens, Levante are pushing their claim for team of the season, whereas Hercules and new manager Miroslav Dukic are plotting a great escape from a position that looked hopeless a month ago. Dukic said in a press conference recently that he wanted his players to feel ashamed if his side go down. It’s a pity that president Valentín Botella Ros doesn’t feel the same way for failing to pay his players wages or paying for hot water at the club’s training ground.

Real Sociedad vs. Sporting Gijon 17:00
Real Sociedad are in freefall, much the opposite of their opponents, who look to have secured their La Liga status with a run that has seen them lose only once in eight games. Sociedad would do well to toughen up a bit to stop their rut and they have only picked up 63 yellow cards all season, the second lowest in the league. It should be a decent atmosphere in the Anoeta, with the home support being given the tricky task of drowning out the 2000 travelling Gijon fans.

Osasuna vs. Athletic Bilbao 19:00
Osasuna’s dramatic rise up the table under the auspices of José Mendilibar has stalled in recent weeks, the defeat away to Gijon being their second in a row. Athletic are still battling for a Europa League place, and they will fancy their chances as their remaining seven games have them playing 5 teams in the bottom half of the table. Gaizka Toquero has warned that "all is not lost" if they don't manage to win this game, but Joaquin Capparos and his men have a great opportunity to achieve European football next season, starting here.

Espanyol vs. Atletico Madrid 21:00
Espanyol and Atletico are heading in different directions. Whereas Quique’s cohort have only lost once in eight games and currently occupy a Europa League spot, Mauricio Pochettino’s side have fallen from the dizzy heights of the Champions League places they reached in December. However, rumours of Quique’s imminent departure from the Calderon are as frequent these days as the sun in Madrid, and stories this week that goalkeeper David de Gea has sealed a move to Manchester United could derail what has appeared a promising push towards Europe and leave the door open for Espanyol to creep back in.

Villarreal vs. Real Zaragoza 21:00
Villarreal booked their place in the semi-final of the Europa League with a resounding 8-2 aggregate victory over Twente last night. The league fixtures don't appear to be much more than a distraction, as the performance in the 5-0 thrashing to Valencia implied. Zaragoza have only won one game away from home all season and they sit three points above the drop zone. They are also a hefty 602 Euros worse off after being fined for throwing balls onto the pitch in the final moments of their victory over Getafe last week.

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 el clásico preview
11th april 2011:
legends
 Alfredo di Stefano (1953-64) – Widely regarded as one of the best players of all time, di Stefano was instrumental in the era of European domination that defines Real to this day. The period saw di Stefano strike up a formidable partnership with Puskas in Real’s frontline to inspire the side to an implausible five successive European Cup triumphs and he became Real’s second highest league goalscorer – with 216 goals in 282 games – behind current club icon Raul. The powerful forward was awarded the title of European Player of the Year on two occasions in 1957 and 1959. In 2003, di Stefano was crowned the Golden player of Spain by the Royal Spanish Football Association and he was also named by Pele in the 125 Greatest Living Footballers in 2004. His 49 goals in 58 European Cup matches stood as the all-time highest tally until he was overtaken by Raul in 2005. The prestigious title of Real Madrid’s President of Honour was awarded to him in 2000.

 Johan Cruyff (1973-78) – Now known as the Godfather of Barcelona, Cruyff enjoyed greater success as coach of the club but did lead them to a first La Liga triumph in 14 years, defeating Real Madrid 5-0 along the way, after joining as a player in 1973. He endeared himself to the fans by snubbing a move to Madrid after stating that he could not play for a club tied to Dictator Francisco Franco. He was voted European Player of the Year twice while in navy and claret and three times in total which is a record matched only by Michel Platini and Marco van Basten. Widely regarded as one of the best footballers of all time, the Dutchman who invented the ‘Cruyff Turn’ was elected as European Footballer of the Century and finished second to Pele as World Player of the Century by the International Federation of Football History. He was to go on to assemble the ‘Dream Team’ as coach in the 90s and lay the foundations of the football philosophy that the club adopt with great success to this day.
Ladislao Kubala (1950-61) – Voted by fans during Barca’s centenary celebrations as the best player to ever have played for the club in 1999, Kubala scored an awe-inspiring 196 goals in 256 appearances. He is another former Barca player regarded as one of history’s finest dead- ball specialists and was also noted for his speed, power and composure in front of goal. During his first season, the Hungarian forward bagged 26 goals in 19 games in what was to be one of the club’s most successful seasons until last year’s treble-winning side. Barca clinched five trophies, including La Liga title, Copa del Generalisimo, Latin Cup, and Copa Eva Duarte. Tuberculosis threatened to end his playing career in the following year, however he made a miraculous recovery to return and help Barca to La Liga and Copa del Generalisimo success – scoring in the final. He went on to inspire the club to two more La Liga titles, three more Copa del Generalisimo trophies, and three other domestic cup successes.
Diego Maradona (1982-84) – Considered to have been arguably the greatest footballer of all time; he finished first in an internet vote for the FIFA Player of the Century award of which he shared with Brazilian legend Pele. It would be impossible to conclude any other of the gifted players that went before and came after the diminutive Argentine as the greatest- ever player to wear the famous claret and navy shirt. After arriving in 1982, Barca and Maradona won the Copa del Rey, beating Real Madrid along the way, and triumphed in the Spanish Super Cup. A bout of hepatitis and then a broken leg, suffered after an ill-timed tackle, jeopardized his career. The Skilful forward possessed a gift of colossal proportion but failed to showcase the best of his talents during a difficult tenure at Barca following frequent disputes with directors that culminated in a demand for a move away from the Camp Nou. Despite the troubled spell, Maradona scored 34 goals in 52 games for the club. (full page : http://www.thesportreview.com/tsr/2009/11/barcelona-greatest-players-top-10/ and http://www.thesportreview.com/tsr/2009/11/real-madrid-greatest-players-top-10/ )

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