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    The qualification for WC 2006

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    THIRTEEN PLAYERS ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY
    Monday, 30 August 2004 12:13:24
    MILAN - Eleven Nerazzurri join their respective national teams today for training ahead of the upcoming 2006 World Cup qualifying matches. Ianis Zicu has been called up to the Romanian U21 squad for a European Championship qualifying match, while Nicolas Giani is in Rome with the Italian U19 team.

    Ianis Zicu:
    Romania v Macedonia (U21 European Championship qualifying), Friday 3 September, Caracal

    Emre Belozoglu:
    Turkey v Georgia (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Saturday 4 September, Denizli
    Greece v Turkey (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Wednesday 8 September, Athens

    Dejan Stankovic:
    San Marino v Serbia & Montenegro (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Saturday 4 September, San Marino
    Serbia & Montenegro v Team of journalists (friendly), Wednesday 7 September, Belgrade

    Giorgos Karagounis:
    Albania v Greece (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Saturday 4 September, Tirana
    Greece v Turkey (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Wednesday 8 September, Athens

    Edgar Davids:
    Holland v Liechtenstein (friendly), Friday 3 September, Utrecht
    Holland v Czech Republic (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Wednesday 8 September, Amsterdam

    Giuseppe Favalli, Marco Materazzi:
    Italy v Norway, (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Saturday 4 September, Palermo
    Moldova v Italy (World Cup 2006 qualifying) , Wednesday 8 September, Tiraspol

    Javier Zanetti, Cristian Kily González:
    Peru v Argentina (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Saturday 4 September, Lima

    Ivan Cordoba:
    Chile v Colombia (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Sunday 5 September, Santiago del Cile

    Alvaro Recoba:
    Uruguay v Ecuador (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Sunday 5 September, Montevideo

    Adriano:
    Brazil v Bolivia, (World Cup 2006 qualifying), Sunday 5 September, San Paolo
    Germany v Brazil (friendly), Wednesday 8 September, Berlin

    Nicolas Giani:
    Italy U19 training camp in Rome

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    We have a lot of NT players here.

    One bad thing is that Adriano has a game on Wednesday 8th September and we have our first league game on Saturday 11th. It's just two days rest along with the flight.

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    yep very bad....But we have a lot of player who shall play the 8 sep.

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    And so does most big teams.
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    Inter: 13 Scudetti

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    Kara vs Emre at 8 September!
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    Wow, thats a lot of players out on Intenational duty. I'm thinking those players won't be considered starters vs. Chievo so it will be big chances for those not on International duty to get some starting time.
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    ------------ADRIANO-----IBRAHIMOVIC
    --------------------LUIS FIGO
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    --------------------F. TOLDO

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    Oh, I didn't wrote my exact feelings. I mean that Adriano is only South-American player who plays on 8th September.Those who play in Europe, it doesn't matter so much cause they won't have a long flight with a jetlag like Adriano will have. I think the rest can do it on Saturday. They take a rest on Thursday and a little training on Friday. Or what you guys think how it's gonna go?

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    The friendly of Germany - Brazil on 8 September 2004 will be played in Berlin. I don't think it is very far from Verona.


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    Emre is doing really well right now for Turkey against Georgia .

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    I just watched Italia-Norway match.

    It was good to see some youngsters (Gilardino, De Rossi and Bonera) there, but Italia totally lacked something in this match. Quite a poor performance, again.

    Best player of the game was Zambrotta

    Worst player: Materazzi, again. Twice in a row. He was crap against Iceland and he was so crap today. Because of him, Norway scored they goal.

    This is what i said August 19th:
    Worst player in the field award goes to Materazzi. This man simply cannot do anything good with his NT. He was so horrible that even Jimmy´s cat would be better. I certainly hope this was his last match in National Team level.

    I know that Materazzi has played much better in Inter, but still i cannot imagine what would it be like if we sell Cannavaro now. That would leave us Cordoba, Materazzi, Burdisso and Mihajlovic. Sell Cannavaro and we´re screwed!
    And i still feel like it...
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    Peppino Prisco: "Io non rubo il campionato, e in Serie B non son mai stato"

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    I watched some of second half... Toni, buy him Inter!!! I liked Diana too.

    Was Favalli injured? If yes, how? And is it serious?
    Juventus: 29 Scudetti

    Inter: 13 Scudetti

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    Great draw for Israel against the cokey French
    That Ben Haim is one great defender .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gismo
    I watched some of second half... Toni, buy him Inter!!! I liked Diana too.
    You seriously want us to buy Toni?

    He´s not very good you know. I´m more than glad he scored, but he has no business with a team like Inter. I had rather kept Ventola than buy Toni. He shouldn´t be at NT either, nor should Corradi or/and Materazzi.

    When our members are so convinced that Vieri can´t play with Adriano, then how Toni can?
    Was Favalli injured?
    Nope, i dont think so.
    Peppino Prisco: "La gioia più grande? Scontata. Il Milan in B. E per ben due volte: una... a pagamento e una... gratis. Sono dell 'idea che una retrocessione cancelli almeno cinque scudetti conquistati e che la vittoria di una Mitropa Cup elimini i residui"

    Peppino Prisco: "Io non rubo il campionato, e in Serie B non son mai stato"

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    I like Materazzi, but everytime he is defending my heart is in my hands. He can tackle a player carelessly in the penalty area (Inter vs. Arsenal, Italy vs. Bulgaria.) You have to tackle smartly or let your goalie or defence-mates save you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamed
    I like Materazzi, but everytime he is defending my heart is in my hands. He can tackle a player carelessly in the penalty area (Inter vs. Arsenal, Italy vs. Bulgaria.) You have to tackle smartly or let your goalie or defence-mates save you.
    True indeed. Even though Materazzi has done quite well for us, I don't trust him at all, as I do with Cordoba and co.

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    Well well well, people are bashing my Matrix Anyway i watched the last 30 mins of the match and to be honest Marco looked good and confident.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommi
    Quote Originally Posted by Gismo
    I watched some of second half... Toni, buy him Inter!!! I liked Diana too.
    You seriously want us to buy Toni?

    He´s not very good you know. I´m more than glad he scored, but he has no business with a team like Inter. I had rather kept Ventola than buy Toni. He shouldn´t be at NT either, nor should Corradi or/and Materazzi.

    When our members are so convinced that Vieri can´t play with Adriano, then how Toni can?
    Was Favalli injured?
    Nope, i dont think so.
    Phew... Favalli is injury free, YES!

    I was very impressed with Toni. Not only the goal... All his movements without the ball was excellent IMO.

    And can he coexist with Adriano? Better than Vieri I think. But I wouldn´t worry anyway because Vieri will be finished in about 3 years time...

    How old is Toni? Don´t tell me he is 28 or above?
    Juventus: 29 Scudetti

    Inter: 13 Scudetti

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gismo
    I was very impressed with Toni. Not only the goal... All his movements without the ball was excellent IMO.

    And can he coexist with Adriano? Better than Vieri I think. But I wouldn´t worry anyway because Vieri will be finished in about 3 years time...
    Oh no. You are actually thinking about it.
    Sveglia Ragazzi...Bilan e Rubentus non sono così stellari.

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