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Uefa Champions League – Matches for the 3rd Qualifying Round are defined Agosto 8, 2007

Filed under: Uefa Champions League 2007/2008 — looking4good @ 10:47 pm
Rosenborg scored ten goals in two matches against Astana, but Slavia and Zilina didn’t score none: the Czechs needed penalties to win.
Benfica is going to meet Kobenhavn again. Last season both teams belonged to the same group phase.

Second Qualifying Round – Results

Zeta 0-1 (0-2) Rangers
Beitar Jerusalem 1-1 (aet)(0-1) Kobenhaven
Levski 0-1 (0-1) Tampere
Shaktar
2-1 (2-0) Pyunik
Elfsborg 0-0 (1-0) Debrecen
Steaua 2-1 (1-0) Zaglebie
Sarajevo 0-1 (2-1) Genk
Dinamo Zagreb 3-1 (2-1) Domžale
Sheriff 0-3 (0-1) Beşiktaş
Salzburg
4-0 (3-0) Ventspils
Rosenborg 7-1 (3-1) Astana
Bate 1-1 (3-1) Hafnarfjördur
Levadia 2-1 (0-1) Crvena Zvezda*
Slavia 0-0 (0-0) [4-3 pen] Žilina

aet :Match decided after extra time
pen:Match decided after extra time and penalty shoot-out
* Qualyfied on away goals
First-leg home team shown first.
Second-leg home team score shown first for both legs.

Third Qualifying Round – Results

FC BATE Borisov (BLR) – FC Steaua Bucuresti (ROM)
Tampere United (FIN) – Rosenborg BK (NOR)
FC Spartak Moskva (RUS) – Celtic FC (SCO)
Werder Bremen (GER) – NK Dinamo Zagreb (CRO)
FC Salzburg (AUT) – FC Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR)
AFC Ajax (NED) – SK Slavia Praha (CZE)
Valencia CF (ESP) – IF Elfsborg (SWE)
FK Sarajevo (BIH) – FC Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)
Fenerbahçe SK (TUR) – RSC Anderlecht (BEL)
Rangers FC (SCO) – FK Crvena Zvezda (SRB)
Toulouse FC (FRA) – Liverpool FC (ENG)
SL BENFICA (POR) – FC København (DEN)
S.S. Lazio (ITA) – FC Dinamo 1948 Bucuresti (ROM)
AC Sparta Praha (CZE) – Arsenal FC (ENG)
FC Zürich (SUI) – Besiktas JK (TUR)
Sevilla FC (ESP) v AEK Athens FC (GRE)
 

Uefa Champions League – Matches for the 3rd Qualifying Round are defined

Filed under: Uefa Champions League 2007/2008 — looking4good @ 10:47 pm
Rosenborg scored ten goals in two matches against Astana, but Slavia and Zilina didn’t score none: the Czechs needed penalties to win.
Benfica is going to meet Kobenhavn again. Last season both teams belonged to the same group phase.

Second Qualifying Round – Results

Zeta 0-1 (0-2) Rangers
Beitar Jerusalem 1-1 (aet)(0-1) Kobenhaven
Levski 0-1 (0-1) Tampere
Shaktar
2-1 (2-0) Pyunik
Elfsborg 0-0 (1-0) Debrecen
Steaua 2-1 (1-0) Zaglebie
Sarajevo 0-1 (2-1) Genk
Dinamo Zagreb 3-1 (2-1) Domžale
Sheriff 0-3 (0-1) Beşiktaş
Salzburg
4-0 (3-0) Ventspils
Rosenborg 7-1 (3-1) Astana
Bate 1-1 (3-1) Hafnarfjördur
Levadia 2-1 (0-1) Crvena Zvezda*
Slavia 0-0 (0-0) [4-3 pen] Žilina

aet :Match decided after extra time
pen:Match decided after extra time and penalty shoot-out
* Qualyfied on away goals
First-leg home team shown first.
Second-leg home team score shown first for both legs.

Third Qualifying Round – Results

FC BATE Borisov (BLR) – FC Steaua Bucuresti (ROM)
Tampere United (FIN) – Rosenborg BK (NOR)
FC Spartak Moskva (RUS) – Celtic FC (SCO)
Werder Bremen (GER) – NK Dinamo Zagreb (CRO)
FC Salzburg (AUT) – FC Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR)
AFC Ajax (NED) – SK Slavia Praha (CZE)
Valencia CF (ESP) – IF Elfsborg (SWE)
FK Sarajevo (BIH) – FC Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)
Fenerbahçe SK (TUR) – RSC Anderlecht (BEL)
Rangers FC (SCO) – FK Crvena Zvezda (SRB)
Toulouse FC (FRA) – Liverpool FC (ENG)
SL BENFICA (POR) – FC København (DEN)
S.S. Lazio (ITA) – FC Dinamo 1948 Bucuresti (ROM)
AC Sparta Praha (CZE) – Arsenal FC (ENG)
FC Zürich (SUI) – Besiktas JK (TUR)
Sevilla FC (ESP) v AEK Athens FC (GRE)
 

Uefa Champions League – Matches for the 3rd Qualifying Round are defined

Filed under: Uefa Champions League 2007/2008 — looking4good @ 10:47 pm
Rosenborg scored ten goals in two matches against Astana, but Slavia and Zilina didn’t score none: the Czechs needed penalties to win.
Benfica is going to meet Kobenhavn again. Last season both teams belonged to the same group phase.

Second Qualifying Round – Results

Zeta 0-1 (0-2) Rangers
Beitar Jerusalem 1-1 (aet)(0-1) Kobenhaven
Levski 0-1 (0-1) Tampere
Shaktar
2-1 (2-0) Pyunik
Elfsborg 0-0 (1-0) Debrecen
Steaua 2-1 (1-0) Zaglebie
Sarajevo 0-1 (2-1) Genk
Dinamo Zagreb 3-1 (2-1) Domžale
Sheriff 0-3 (0-1) Beşiktaş
Salzburg
4-0 (3-0) Ventspils
Rosenborg 7-1 (3-1) Astana
Bate 1-1 (3-1) Hafnarfjördur
Levadia 2-1 (0-1) Crvena Zvezda*
Slavia 0-0 (0-0) [4-3 pen] Žilina

aet :Match decided after extra time
pen:Match decided after extra time and penalty shoot-out
* Qualyfied on away goals
First-leg home team shown first.
Second-leg home team score shown first for both legs.

Third Qualifying Round – Results

FC BATE Borisov (BLR) – FC Steaua Bucuresti (ROM)
Tampere United (FIN) – Rosenborg BK (NOR)
FC Spartak Moskva (RUS) – Celtic FC (SCO)
Werder Bremen (GER) – NK Dinamo Zagreb (CRO)
FC Salzburg (AUT) – FC Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR)
AFC Ajax (NED) – SK Slavia Praha (CZE)
Valencia CF (ESP) – IF Elfsborg (SWE)
FK Sarajevo (BIH) – FC Dynamo Kyiv (UKR)
Fenerbahçe SK (TUR) – RSC Anderlecht (BEL)
Rangers FC (SCO) – FK Crvena Zvezda (SRB)
Toulouse FC (FRA) – Liverpool FC (ENG)
SL BENFICA (POR) – FC København (DEN)
S.S. Lazio (ITA) – FC Dinamo 1948 Bucuresti (ROM)
AC Sparta Praha (CZE) – Arsenal FC (ENG)
FC Zürich (SUI) – Besiktas JK (TUR)
Sevilla FC (ESP) v AEK Athens FC (GRE)
 

RUSSIA EXTRADITES, AZBEKISTAN ABUSES

Filed under: Uncategorized — looking4good @ 10:07 pm

Defendants in courtroom cage during trial of alleged organisers of Andijan revolt – Uzbekistan has sought the deportation of other alleged participations from Russia© APGraphicsBank
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, co-operation between former members, Russia and Uzbekistan, has been increasingly influenced by concerns about regional security and the “war on terror”. Amnesty International (AI) has documented numerous cases of people who have been forcibly returned to Uzbekistan from Russia as alleged members of banned Islamic groups. These people have then been held in incommunicado detention, tortured and otherwise ill-treated, convicted after unfair trials and sometimes sentenced to lengthy prison terms or death. The Uzbekistani authorities continue to make extradition requests for those they suspect of involvement in the Andizhan events in May 2005. Hundreds of people were killed when security forces fired on mainly peaceful demonstrators. Such extraditions demonstrate that the Russian government is disregarding its obligations under international law not to return anyone to a country where they would be at risk of serious human rights violations.Rustam Muminov, an Uzbekistani who lived in the Russian Federation since 2000, was forcibly deported from the country in October 2006. He was deported despite the fact that he had applied for refugee status with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and that the General Prosecutor of the Russian Federation had in September 2006 decided he could not be extradited to Uzbekistan. The case received wide media coverage and was the focus of campaigning by AI and others. It is perhaps due to this attention that criminal charges were brought against the head of the Moscow detention centre for foreigners, where Rustam Muminov was kept prior to being deported. In May 2007, he was found guilty of exceeding official powers when he allowed the deportation to go ahead. However, by that time, Rustam Muminov had already been sentenced to five-and-a-half years of imprisonment in Uzbekistan. AI has recently learned about further cases of possible forcible return to Uzbekistan. Dilshod Kurbanov and Mukhamadsolikh Matiakubovich Abutov are both held in detention in Russia awaiting decisions on their status. Dilshod Kurbanov has lived in the Russian Federation since 2003. He was detained on 30 May in the Tula Region of the Russian Federation and was taken to the Police Department for organized crimes. He is now being held in a pre-trial detention centre in the city of Novomoskovskoe 2. He had recently applied for recognition as a refugee to the UNHCR, which has not yet reached a decision.Dilshod Kurbanov says he was persecuted in Uzbekistan because of his devout religious beliefs. He was questioned by police on several occasions about members of the banned Islamic party Hizb-ut-Tahrir. He says that, in 2002, he learned that his name was on a police list of alleged terrorists. When he was told that police had gone to his parents’ house, to take him away for questioning, he decided to leave the country for Russia. Mukhamadsolikh Matiakubovich Abutov’s house in Uzbekistan was searched in January 2007 and the police took away religious literature in order to check it for “extremist content”. Mukhamadsolikh Abutov had been imprisoned in Uzbekistan in the 1990s on what he says were fabricated charges. Fearing he would again be denied a fair trial and imprisoned, he left Uzbekistan for Russia in February. Before he could approach the authorities to seek protection as a refugee, he was detained by what seem to have been members of the Uzbekistani Security Service on 13 June outside his apartment in Krasnogorsk, Moscow Region, and handed over to the local police department. He applied for refugee status with the UNHCR, but the police refused to hand over his application. On 26 June, the city court in Krasnogorsk ordered his detention to continue, so that he could be deported to Uzbekistan. He was transferred to a pre-trial detention centre in the town of Mozhaisk, in the Moscow Region, the following day from where he was able to apply for asylum in the Russian Federation. No decision on his status has yet been taken. AI is concerned that, despite overwhelming evidence that torture is systematic in Uzbekistan, the Russian authorities have claimed on several occasions that civil rights are protected in Uzbekistan. AI strongly condemns any state action that seeks to undermine the basic principles of international refugee protection.

Amnesty Internacional

 

Belenenses fez tremer o Real Madrid … no Teresa Herrera… mas perdeu

Filed under: Belenenses,Futebol,Real Madrid — looking4good @ 9:06 pm
Um golo ao minuto 90 num lance inofensivo que Marco guarda-redes belenense concedeu num «perú» inacreditável deve ter sido o único momento divertido para o presidente do clube espanhol.

De facto a equipa portuguesa, personalizada chegou, durante a primeira parte, a banalizar o Real, quando as estatísticas a certa altura registavam 1 remate para o Real Madrid (Raul ao lado junto ao poste após jogada de Robinho na linha de fundo pela esquerda) e 9 !!! remates para o Belenenses (com cinco intervenções de Casillas, duas delas bem dificeis a evitar o golo português).

Com os espanhóis a cairem sistematicamente na armadilha do fora de jogo só em pontapés de canto o campeão espanhol criou algum perigo.

Na segunda parte as substituições no Belenenses não resultaram tão bem, ao contrário da entrada de Júlio Batista que deu mais presença física e problemas no jogo aéreo à defesa do Belenenses e a equipa portuguesa foi recuando mais no terreno. Uma das substituições foi a entrada de Rafael Basto (um novo reforço belenense) para passado dez minutos sair numa decisão de Jorge Jesus só compreensível por algum tipo de castigo por não cumprimento das instruções dadas pelo treinador.

A verdade é que o jogo estava no fim e os penalties pareciam inevitáveis quando Robinho decidiu rematar de longe a bola foi à figura do guarda-redes que recolheu a bola com os braços deixando-se cair no relvado e … deixar a bola passar pelo meio das pernas, num golo inacreditável a este nível de competição (eu diria que até no futebol de salão se eu sofresse um golo assim… ficaria sem dormir)…

Ai se um golo destes fosse no campeonato e decidisse alguma coisa!!!

 

Nomeei-te no meio dos meus sonhos – Ruy Belo

Filed under: poesia,Ruy Belo — looking4good @ 12:43 pm

Nomeei-te no meio dos meus sonhos
chamei por ti na minha solidão
troquei o céu azul pelos teus olhos
e o meu sólido chão pelo teu amor

Ruy de Moura Belo (n. em S. João da Ribeira, Rio Maior, em 27 Fev 1933; m. em Lisboa, a 8 de Ago 1978).

Ler do mesmo autor: E tudo era possível; To Helena; Mas que sei eu…

 

Kamoua National Park, The Four Seasons

Filed under: Tourism — looking4good @ 10:17 am

Kamoua, The Four Seasons

Kamoua is The Biggest Forest In Lebanon
Sassine El Nabbout
Lebanon