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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

UCL: Liverpool FC vs. AC Fiorentina, Inter Milan vs. Rubin Kazan and more

UEFA Champions League
Group Stage
Season 2009/10
9 December 2009

Group E
Liverpool [1 - 2] Fiorentina
43' [1 - 0] Y. Benayoun
63' [1 - 1] M. Jørgensen
90' [1 - 2] A. Gilardino

Highlights
1st Half / 2nd Half


Lyon [4 - 0] Debrecen
25' [1 - 0] B. Gomis
45' [2 - 0] M. Bastos
59' [3 - 0] M. Pjanic
76' [4 - 0] A. Cissokho

Highlights


Group F
Dynamo Kyiv [1 - 2] Barcelona
2' [1 - 0] A. Milevsky
33' [1 - 1] X. Hernandez
86' [1 - 2] L. Messi

Highlights
1st Half / 2nd Half


Inter Milan [2 - 0] Rubin Kazan
28' R. Murawski
31' [1 - 0] S. Eto´o
64' [2 - 0] M. Balotelli

Highlights


Group G
Sevilla [1 - 0] Rangers
8' [1 - 0] F. Kanouté (pen.)

Highlights

Stuttgart [3 - 1] Unirea Urziceni

5' [1 - 0] C. Marica
8' [2 - 0] C. Träsch
11' [3 - 0] P. Pogrebnyak
46' [3 - 1] A. Semedo

Highlights


Group H
Olympiakos Piraeus [1 - 0] Arsenal
47' [1 - 0] Leonardo

Highlights
1st Half / 2nd Half


Standard Liege [1 - 1] AZ Alkmaar
42' [0 - 1] J. Lens
90' [1 - 1] S. Bolat

Highlights


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  • At January 21, 2010 at 3:10 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    FC Porto: Leaked Phone Taps Proof in Major Corruption Scandal

    For most Portuguese football fans, the brand "FC Porto" is a synonym of corruption. The leader of the club for over 25 years, Mr. Pinto da Costa, is well known for not only being the most successful executive in the football world, but also because of the corruption scandals, which seem to be constantly associated with him


    Not long ago, Platini threatened to ban FC Porto from the Champions League because of the same scandal, which brought many referees and executives to the court. Nonetheless, FCP did not get the ban and Platini became a laughing stock in Portugal.

    Not even the Portuguese courts were able to punish FC Porto's chairman, since the phone records that proved his involvement in the major corruptions scandal were not accepted as proof by the court.

    Today the same phone taps, which were overruled by the court house, were posted on YouTube. The content is just a confirmation of what was already known by the general public.

    The tapes include mostly talks between the Portuguese executive and major characters of the Portuguese refereeing scene. According to the conversations Pinto da Costa literally handpicked the officials responsible for FC Porto's fixtures.

    Bribes are also a topic. Money is not specifically mentioned, but nonetheless prostitution is broadly discussed under the term "fruit" (prostitutes) and the term "milk and coffee" (which refers to Latin-Brazilian prostitutes), which were offered to referees.

    There is also another tape in which the Portuguese executive talks to the then-President of the Portuguese League, in order to ask him for a favor in a disciplinary case against Liedson for elbowing a FC Porto player.

    One of the most scandalous tapes for international fans is the one which involves Deco, the famous midfield ace.

    The Portuguese midfielder had thrown his boot at a referee after being sent off. Angry about this decision, Pinto da Costa asked a famous journal editor to publish an interview with Deco, in which the player would state that he would reconsider his place in the national team if he was to be punished for his actions against the referee.

    The forged interview was carefully prepared, as was the hearing at the League's Disciplinary Committee. Deco carefully followed the instructions of FC Porto's chairman and was not punished by the league - a true scandal.

    Now, Portugal eagerly awaits the outcome of this situation. Pinto da Costa has already filed a law suit concerning the leaked tapes. The Portuguese General Attorney is following the situation closely, trying to find those responsible for the publishing of those tapes, since they were held under a confidential status.

    However, the question remains: How could Pinto da Costa not have been punished by the legal authorities?

    Many suspect that Pinto da Costa also has some influence within the justice system, which is not too far-fetched. He has enjoyed some very intimate relationships with many famous politicians who still have a large influence in the legal system.

    A "Godfather" plot in Portuguese.



    font: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/330214-...ruption-scandal



    Here are the links.



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xK6nCGYB8Yw

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5EMtn0EAYc

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCvn2tEEj3E

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgwoQoNmT6U

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2dX61WvLDE

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZAd9kYN5Z0

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wq87BdP3AaM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WL8BCAUspp0



    I doubt most of you understand the Portuguese, even with subs, but still. Here it is.

     

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