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Copa Libertadores standings

Postby cHaVa » 06 Apr 2005, 20:05

GROUP 1

America de Cali - 9 pts.
Ind. Medellin - 4 pts .
Atl. Paraneanse - 4 pts.
Libertad - 3 pts.
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Postby cHaVa » 06 Apr 2005, 23:40

Group 2 -

Danubia - 6 pts.
LDU Quito - 6 pts.
Santos F.C. - 3 pts.
Boliviar - 3 pt.s
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Postby cHaVa » 06 Apr 2005, 23:42

Group 3 -

U. De Chile - 6 pts.
Sao Paulo - 5 pts.
Quilmes - 4 pts.
The Strongest - 1
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Postby cHaVa » 06 Apr 2005, 23:44

Group 4 -

Palmerias - 5 pts.
Dep. Tachiras - 3 pts.
Cerro Porteno - 2 pts.
F.C. Santo Andre - 2 pts.
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Postby cHaVa » 06 Apr 2005, 23:45

Group 5 -

River Plate - 9 pts.
Junior Baranquilla - 6 pts.
C.D. Olmedo - 3 pts.
Nacional - 0 pts.
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Postby cHaVa » 06 Apr 2005, 23:47

Group 6 -

Tigres U.A.N.L. - 5 pts.
Banfield - 5 pts.
Caracas F.C. - 4 pts.
Alianza Lima - 4 pts.
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Postby cHaVa » 06 Apr 2005, 23:48

Group 7 -

Chivas - 8 pts.
Cobreloa - 4 pts.
San Lorenzo - 3 pts.
Once Caldas - 2 pts.
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Postby cHaVa » 06 Apr 2005, 23:50

Group 8 -

Pachuca F.C. - 6 pts.
Sporting Cristal - 6 pts.
Boca Juniors - 4 pts.
Deportivo Cuenca - 1 pts.
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Postby cHaVa » 07 Apr 2005, 03:06

Tigres 3 -Banfield 0

Tigres - 8 pts.
Banfield - 5 pts.
Caracas F.C. - 4 pts.
Alianza Lima - 4 pts.
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Postby cHaVa » 07 Apr 2005, 19:48

The Argentinian Article this moring stated that the Boca Juniors played at their best yesterday night against Mexican Team Pachuca. Which Boca won 4-0 yesterday, making them first in their group with 7 points.
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Postby FCBarcelona » 07 Apr 2005, 19:49

What is this cup, best teams out of North America??? If so why aren't there MLS teams?
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Postby cHaVa » 07 Apr 2005, 19:50

They Argentinian Articles also as well said that they are dissapointed in the the act of attitude Banfield demostrated yesterday against the Mexican team Tigres. Theyre Local lost 3 to nill, drove them in second place in their group. The team Banfield was playing really nasty, and aggressively. And dissapointed their fans as well as a heartbreaking defeat.
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Postby Maradona » 07 Apr 2005, 20:09

FCBarcelona wrote:What is this cup, best teams out of North America??? If so why aren't there MLS teams?


Copa Libertadores has only South and Central American clubs.
The rules of soccer are very simple, basically it is this: if it moves, kick it. If it doesn’t move, kick it until it does.

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Postby FCBarcelona » 07 Apr 2005, 20:10

Hopefully MLS teams join up in a couple of years, sort of like Champions League North American & South American style.
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Postby cHaVa » 07 Apr 2005, 20:17

Your right FC Barca, it should be all of North America as well. That way the Cup could have more competition.
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