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Sunday, August 18, 2013

The big leagues hunting for Europe

With 88 players in the country 84 players, three coaches and one assistant coach, the ball will roll on the green grass in the old continent, after over two months of official inactivity. The first to kick off were Germany and France, where the Bundesliga and Ligue 1 rivals for the first time last weekend and it will play the second day. In Germanic lands three Argentines: Javier Pinola (ex Racing) in Nuremberg, Franco Di Santo in Werder Bremen (coming from Wigan) and David Abraham (former Independent).  In the Bundesliga highlights Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund as the main contenders for the title. The biggest attraction of the league will be the arrival of Josep Guardiola Bayern bench. The Spanish will be responsible for a group of stars that won the triple crown last season (cup, league and Champions League) and try to give a touch of class to one of the best ensembles in the world. Among the players are: Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery and Bastian Schweinsteiger of Bayern Munich, Pierre Aubameyang and Robert Lewandowski of Borussia Dortmund and Rafael van der Vaart from Hamburg. In France football returned to the main global flat hand of Arab sheiks and Russian injected fresh money to the teams.Monaco and PSG are the two great powers of the Ligue 1. Eight Argentine championship will star Lucas Orban (Bordeaux), Facundo Bertoglio (Evian), Lucas Mareque (Lorient), Lucas Ocampos (Monaco), Emanuel Herrera (Montpellier), Dario Cvitanich (Nice), Ezequiel Lavezzi and Javier Pastores (PGS ) and Oscar Trejo (Toulouse). The principality team names weight reinforced and heavy investment. For this season, his return to first after the descent, brought Ricardo Carvalho, Radamel Falcao, James Rodriguez and Eric Abidal. The PSG has meanwhile Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and for this championship Edinson Cavani urugayo hired a record pass. In Spain and England football returns this weekend. On Sunday, Barcelona hosts Levante (Martino's debut and Neymar), while Real Madrid will go with Betis. On Monday, Manchester City will play Newcastle. In La Liga there are 30 Argentines, 28 players and two coaches. Lionel Messi is the main star of the competition, and along with Javier Mascherano and Gerardo Martino will try to give another title to Barcelona. In Real Madrid will be Angel Di Maria, while Atletico Madrid are Martin Demichelis, Insua and Diego Simeone. The Argentine team is over Almeria to be in their ranks: Oscar Ustari, Marco Torsiglieri, Hernán Pellerano and Sebastian Dubarbier. Among the technicians appear Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid) and Bernd Schuster (Málaga), while Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), David Villa (Atlético Madrid), Neymar, Iniesta and Xavi are the main figures. In England there are 11 Argentines, nine players, one coach and one assistant coach. Pablo Zabaleta, Sergio Aguero and Ruben Cousillas (assistant coach Manuel Pellegrini) are featured in Manchester City. Mauricio Pochettino (DT) and Paulo Gazzaniga archer listed in Southampton, while Claudio Yacob continues WBA, and Damian Martinez and Julian Speroni will be in goal for Arsenal and Crystal Palace respectively. José Mourinho (Chelsea), Arsene Wenger (Arsenal), David Moyes (Manchester United), Manuel Pellegrini (Manchester City), the controversial Paolo Di Canio (Sunderland), Andre Vila-Boas (Tottenham) and Michael Laudrup (Swansea), are outstanding coaches. In both the main stars are: Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie of Manchester United, Luis Suarez and Steve Gerrard of Liverpool, Manchester City's David Silva, Frank Lampard and Fernando Torres of Chelsea. In Italy is where most Argentines are: 44, all players. Inter with 10 being the most domestic players have in their squad: Juan Pablo Carrizo, Javier Zanetti, Hugo Campagnaro, Walter Samuel, Ezequiel Schelotto, Ricardo Alvarez, Esteban Cambiasso, Rodrigo Palacio, Mauro Icardi and Diego Milito. In both Catania are seven: Mariano Andujar, Nicolas Spolli, Sergio Almiron, Pablo Barrientos, Lucas Castro, Mariano Izco, Gonzalo Bergessio, and Lazio and Fiorentina four. Calcium will begin the weekend of August 24.

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