Pre-season 2011

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Re: Pre-season 2011

Messaggio da leggereda Young Hammer » 22/07/2011, 2:03

questo può essere l'anno di McEachran
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Re: Pre-season 2011

Messaggio da leggereda ShearerTheLegend » 24/07/2011, 18:13

Poker di gol contro una selezione All-Star del campionato thailandese: ad aprire le marcature è Frank Lampard (schierato ancora come mezzala destra), in un primo tempo in cui la squadra ha nuovamente evidenziato un possesso palla tanto sterile quanto improduttivo (stando al Guardian); nella ripresa arrotondano il punteggio Bosingwa (con la leggerissima complicità del portiere avversario), Ivanovic e Malouda.

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Re: Pre-season 2011

Messaggio da leggereda woody87 » 28/07/2011, 18:33

Chelsea object to 'antisemitic' abuse of Yossi Benayoun in Malaysia

• Israeli player subjected to 'offensive' chants throughout friendly
• Premier League club lodge official complaint with Malaysian FA


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Chelsea's Yossi Benayoun, right, was a target of abuse in Malaysia.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2011 ... n-malaysia


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Chelsea have lodged a formal complaint with the Malaysian Football Association alleging that the club's Israel midfielder Yossi Benayoun was the subject of antisemitic abuse during last week's friendly in Kuala Lumpur.

Large sections of the 84,980 crowd at the Bukit Jalil national stadium booed and jeered Benayoun's every touch in Chelsea's 1-0 victory over a Malaysian XI. The 30-year-old, one of the first Israelis to play in the country, did not complain at the time and was substituted at the interval along with all the starting XI. Malaysia, which is 60% Muslim and strongly supports the Palestinian people, does not recognise Israel and maintains no diplomatic ties with the state.

Chelsea had initially been uncertain whether the abuse was antisemitic, with Benayoun having committed a foul early in the game which might have provoked some level of reaction among the crowd. They had therefore not pursued the matter immediately after the game. The Israeli's team-mate José Bosingwa, a Portugal international, was also jeered following a bad tackle later in the first half.

But, having since conducted inquiries into the nature of the chants, Chelsea have determined that the abuse was antisemitic and have written in complaint to the Malaysian FA. "Notwithstanding most fans behaving appropriately on the night, we believe Yossi was subjected to antisemitic abuse by a number of supporters at the game," a spokesman said. "Such behaviour is offensive, totally unacceptable and has no place in football.

"The club did not make representations at the time as it was initially unclear as to the nature of the abuse Yossi received, as several players from both teams experienced similar treatment, sometimes louder and longer. However, having taken time to consider the issue fully, it has become apparent that a formal complaint was necessary.

"Our stay in Malaysia was on the whole a very positive experience for all the team on the tour. It is a shame, therefore, that the behaviour of a minority of supporters is also a memory we take away."

The former Malaysian FA official Peter Velappan, who was once a general secretary of the Asian Football Confederation, was quoted last week admitting the abuse was regrettable, if hard to prevent. "It is of course unsporting," he said. "This is quite rampant in many of the European countries ... [but] especially in [multiracial] Malaysia we are supposed to set an example."
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Re: Pre-season 2011

Messaggio da leggereda Vincent » 29/07/2011, 21:17

Non sono partite a cui attribuisco una particolare importanza, ma servono a "scaldare i motori" e questo ci serve molto.. Non parliamo poi degli interessi economici derivanti da queste tournee.. :smoke: Speriamo che le direttive del nuovo tecnico e di Di Matteo vengano assimilate rapidamente e che i due diano soprattutto più velocità al gioco della squadra..

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