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Post by DeJesus5 on Sun May 18, 2008 9:09 pm

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Post by DeJesus5 on Tue May 27, 2008 6:52 pm

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Midfielders miss out on Russia places


Midfielders Aleksandr Pavlenko and Oleg Ivanov have missed the cut after coach Guus Hiddink named his final 23-man Russia squad for UEFA EURO 2008™.

'No complaints'
FC Spartak Moskva's Pavlenko and FC Krylya Sovetov Samara's Ivanov have been culled from the provisional 25-man party as Hiddink announced his tournament selection a day earlier than expected. "I want to point out that we have no complaints about Pavlenko and Ivanov," said Hiddink. "They worked well in training and left a good impression. We want them to stay with us until the end of the EURO." Having beaten Kazakhstan 6-0 on 23 May, Russia play Serbia in Berghausen tomorrow, then Lithuania on 4 June before meeting Spain in their first Group D fixture in Innsbruck on 10 June.

Russia squad
Goalkeepers: Igor Akinfeev (PFC CSKA Moskva), Vladimir Gabulov (FC Amkar Perm), Vyacheslav Malafeev (FC Zenit St. Petersburg).

Defenders: Aleksandr Anyukov (FC Zenit St. Petersburg), Aleksei Berezutski (PFC CSKA Moskva), Vasili Berezutski (PFC CSKA Moskva), Sergei Ignashevich (PFC CSKA Moskva), Denis Kolodin (FC Dinamo Moskva), Roman Shirokov (FC Zenit St. Petersburg), Renat Yanbaev (FC Lokomotiv Moskva).

Midfielders: Diniyar Bilyaletdinov (FC Lokomotiv Moskva), Dmitri Torbinskiy (FC Lokomotiv Moskva), Vladimir Bystrov (FC Spartak Moskva), Yuri Zhirkov (PFC CSKA Moskva), Konstantin Zyrianov (FC Zenit St. Petersburg), Igor Semshov (FC Dinamo Moskva), Sergei Semak (FC Rubin Kazan).

Forwards: Roman Adamov (FC Moskva), Roman Pavlyuchenko (FC Spartak Moskva), Dmitri Sychev (FC Lokomotiv Moskva), Pavel Pogrebnyak (FC Zenit St. Petersburg), Andrei Arshavin (FC Zenit St. Petersburg), Ivan Saenko (1. FC Nürnberg).

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Wilhelmsson out of the Euro

Post by DeJesus5 on Wed Jun 11, 2008 5:57 pm

teamtalk.com wrote:
Swedes hit by Wilhelmsson woe


Sweden winger Christian Wilhelmsson has been ruled out for the remainder of Euro 2008 with a hamstring injury suffered in the win over Greece.

The 28-year-old suffered the injury during the second half of Sweden's 2-0 win against Greece in Salzburg on Tuesday night and immediately left the field.

Following the match Sweden coach Lars Lagerback admitted he expected the former Roma player would be ruled out for the rest of the tournament and that was confirmed by team doctor Anders Valentin on Wednesday.

"Christian has torn a hamstring and will be out of the rest of the finals," Valentin told reporters on Wednesday.

Sweden's next game is against Spain in Innsbruck on Saturday.

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Post by Bel on Sat Jun 14, 2008 10:42 pm

Greece is losing 1-0 to Russia right now (its HT).

Lol the more i watch Greece the more sad I get about 2004. They are such a horrible side. I can't believe we couldn't overcome that.
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Post by Latino_Heat on Sun Jun 15, 2008 1:48 am

woah David Villa's golo and the setup that lead to that golo in the game against Sweden today was amazing!

BTW, does anyone know why Sweden had to take Ibrahamivic at half time?? He was great in the first half, then he was truly missed in the second.

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Post by DeJesus5 on Sun Jun 15, 2008 2:36 am

^^He apparently had a knock to his knee so they wanted to rest him ahead of the game against Russia.

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Post by Latino_Heat on Sun Jun 15, 2008 2:40 am

ooooh ic

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Post by Bel on Sun Jun 15, 2008 6:49 am

Yeah, he wasn't fully fit to begin with. He said he wouldn't be able to play the full 90 as it was, so him getting slightly hurt didn't help.

David Villa is amazing! Surprised He's always been my favourite Spanish player, I've always thought he was immensely talented, and I followed Valencia for a whiiile just for him alone. It's amazing to see him succeed. I would love him at United, though I doubt it'll ever happen.
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Post by nobby on Sun Jun 15, 2008 3:59 pm

Bel wrote:Yeah, he wasn't fully fit to begin with. He said he wouldn't be able to play the full 90 as it was, so him getting slightly hurt didn't help.

David Villa is amazing! Surprised He's always been my favourite Spanish player, I've always thought he was immensely talented, and I followed Valencia for a whiiile just for him alone. It's amazing to see him succeed. I would love him at United, though I doubt it'll ever happen.

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Post by nirvana on Tue Dec 14, 2010 6:30 am

Stockholm bomber 'aimed to kill many people'
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A man who blew himself up in Stockholm was carrying three explosive devices and intended to kill as many people as possible, prosecutors say.

Chief prosecutor Tomas Lindstrand said police were "98% sure" that the man was Iraq-born Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly.

Abdaly, 28, is believed to have died minutes after setting off a car bomb on Saturday. Two other people were hurt.

Seven US FBI bomb experts are heading to Stockholm to help the investigation, Sweden's intelligence agency said.

Although Abdaly was a Swedish citizen, he had been living in the UK.

British police have been searching a house in Luton, north of London, where Abdaly lived.

Mr Lindstrand said Swedish police were now trying to work out what the bomber's target had been before he blew himself up prematurely.

"He had a bomb belt on him, he had a backpack with a bomb and he was carrying an object that has been compared to a pressure cooker. If it had all blown up at the same time, it would have been very powerful," he said.

A car containing gas canisters blew up first in a busy shopping street in the area of Drottninggatan at 1700 local time (1600 GMT) followed minutes later by a explosion in a street about 300m (985ft) away that killed the bomber.

Abdaly was named as the registered owner of the car.



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Swedish authorities: "We think we have the identity"
Mr Lindstrand said they believed the bomber had intended to kill "as many people as possible".

"Where he was headed... we don't know," he said.

"It is likely that something happened, that he made some kind of mistake [and] part of the bombs he was carrying went off and caused his death.

"This was during Christmas shopping in central Stockholm and he was extremely well-equipped when it came to bomb material. It is not much of a stretch to say he was going to a place with as many people as possible."

Mr Lindstrand said possible targets included the city's central train station or to Aahlens, a popular department store.

In a profile on the Muslim dating website Muslima, Abdaly said he was born in Baghdad and moved to Sweden in 1992, before arriving in the UK in 2001 to study.

He said he had got married in 2004 and had two young daughters.

"I want to get married again, and would like to have a big family. My wife agreed to this," he wrote.

Mr Lindstrand said Abdaly was completely unknown to Swedish security services before the blasts.

However, he pointed out: "He didn't live in Sweden; he lived in the UK. He left Sweden maybe 10 years ago."

'Distorted view'
Meanwhile, British police have been searching Abdaly's house in Luton. His wife and children are reported to live in the UK, although their exact whereabouts are not known.

It has emerged that Abdaly had attended the Luton Islamic Centre but left after other members accused him of having a "distorted view" of Islam.

A Swedish news agency has released an audio recording apparently made by Abdaly, in which he says oppression against Muslims in Europe will not be tolerated.

He refers to drawings of the Prophet Muhammad and to the presence of foreign soldiers - including Swedes - in Afghanistan.

If confirmed as a suicide bombing, the attack would be the first of its kind in Sweden.

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In pictures: Stockholm blasts
Sweden's Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt has said the attacks are unacceptable in Sweden's "open society", which he said was a democracy that respected different cultures.

The blast appears to have been of the same relatively unsophisticated nature as recent attempted attacks in New York, Glasgow and London, says BBC security correspondent Nick Childs.

Such attacks, carried out by individuals, are especially hard for the security agencies to trace and are an increasing cause for concern, he adds.







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