ECHIPELE NOASTRE ÎN „LIGA EUROPA”. GRUPE ŞI PROGRAM

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Astăzi, la Monte Carlo, s-au tras la sorţi grupele Ligii Europa. Steaua a fost singura echipă – cap de serie din România, în grupa H. Timişoara joacă în grupa A, Dinamo, în F şi CFR Cluj, în K. Timişorenii şi clujenii au prins grupe ale morţii, cu mari echipe. Dinamo are o grupă mai puţin tare în raport cu celelalte, iar Steaua se bate cu Fenerbahce pentru locul întâi. Succes echipelor noastre!

Grupa A: Ajax Amsterdam (Olanda), Anderlecht Bruxelles (Belgia), Dinamo Zagreb (Croaţia), FC Timişoara (România);

Grupa B:  FC Valencia (Spania), OSC Lille (Franţa), Slavia Praga (Cehia), Genoa (Italia);

Grupa C: Hamburger SV (Germania), Celtic Glasgow (Scoţia), Hapoel Tel-Aviv (Israel), Rapid Viena (Austria);

Grupa D: Sporting Lisabona (Portigalia), SC Heerenveen (Olanda), Hertha Berlin (Germania), FK Ventspils (Letonia);

Grupa E: AS Roma (Italia), FC Basel (Elveţia), Fulham (Anglia), ŢSKA Sofia (Bulgaria);

Grupa F: Panathinaikos Atena (Grecia), Galatasaray Istanbul (Turcia), Dinamo Bucureşti (România), Sturm Graz (Austria);

Grupa G: Villarreal (Spania), Lazio Roma (Italia), Levski Sofia (Bulgaria), Red Bull Salzburg (Austria);

Grupa H: Steaua Bucureşti (România), Fenerbahce Istanbul (Turcia), Twente Enschede (Olanda), Şerif Tiraspol (Moldova);

Grupa I: Benfica Lisabona (Portugalia), Everton (Anglia), AEK Atena (Grecia), BATE Borisov (Belarus);

Grupa J: Şahtior Doneţk (Ucraina), FC Bruges (Belgia), Partizan Belgrad (Serbia), Toulouse (Franţa);

Grupa K: PSV Eindhoven (Olanda), FC Copenhaga (Danemarca), Sparta Praga (Cehia), CFR Cluj (România);

Grupa L: Werder Bremen (Germania), Austria Viena (Austria), Athletic Bilbao (Spania), Nacional Madeira (Portugalia).

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Programul echipelor româneşti:

STEAUA:

Meci 1 – 17 septembrie: Steaua – Şerif Tiraspol (cu porţile închise)

Meci 2 – 1 octombrie: Twente – Steaua

Meci 3 – 22 octombrie: Steaua – Fenerbahce

Meci 4 – 5 noiembrie: Fenerbahce – Steaua

Meci 5 – 2 decembrie: Şerif Tiraspol – Steaua

Meci 6 – 17 decembrie: Steaua – Twente.

DINAMO:

Meci 1 – 17 septembrie: Sturm Graz – Dinamo, Panathinaikos Atena – Galatasaray Istanbul

Meci 2 – 1 octombrie: Dinamo – Panathinaikos Atena, Galatasaray Istanbul – Sturm Graz

Meci 3 – 22 octombrie: Galatasaray Istanbul – Dinamo, Panathinaikos Atena – Sturm Graz

Meci 4 – 5 noiembrie: Dinamo – Galatasaray Istanbul, Sturm Graz – Panathinaikos Atena

Meci 5 – 3 decembrie: Dinamo – Sturm Graz, Galatasaray Istanbul – Panathinaikos Atena

Meci 6 – 16 decembrie: Panathinaikos Atena – Dinamo, Sturm Graz – Galatasaray Istanbul.

F.C. TIMIŞOARA:

Meci 1: 17 sept: Ajax Amsterdam – FC Timişoara, NK Dinamo Zagreb – RSC Anderlecht

Meci 2 : 1 oct.: FC Timişoara – Dinamo Zagreb, Anderlecht – Ajax Amsterdam

Meci 3: 22 oct: FC Timişoara – Anderlecht Bruxelles, Ajax Amsterdam – Dinamo Zagreb

Meci 4: 5 nov. :Anderlecht Bruxelles – FC Timişoara, Dinamo Zagreb – Ajax Amsterdam

Meci 5: 2 dec.: FC Timişoara – AFC Ajax , Anderlecht – Dinamo Zagreb

Meci 6: 17 dec.: Dinamo Zagreb – FC Timişoara, Ajax Amsterdam – Anderlecht Bruxelles

CFR CLUJ:

Meci 1 – 17 septembrie: CFR Cluj – FC Copenhaga, Sparta Praga – PSV Eindhoven

Meci 2 – 1 octombrie: PSV Eindhoven – CFR Cluj, FC Copenhaga – Sparta Praga

Meci 3 – 22 octombrie: Sparta Praga – CFR Cluj, PSV Eindhoven – FC Copenhaga

Meci 4 – 5 noiembrie: CFR Cluj – Sparta Praga, FC Copenhaga – PSV Eindhoven

Meci 5 – 3 decembrie: FC Copenhaga – CFR Cluj, PSV Eindhoven – Sparta Praga

Meci 6 – 16 decembrie: CFR Cluj – PSV Eindhoven, Sparta Praga – FC Copenhaga.

13 răspunsuri to “ECHIPELE NOASTRE ÎN „LIGA EUROPA”. GRUPE ŞI PROGRAM”

  1. nemessis Says:

    Superrrrrrrrr , Steaua are sanse 🙂 Fortza Steaua !!! 🙂

  2. Marius Says:

    After Kennedy’s Death: Silence from the Pope

    There was a poignant footnote to President Obama’s historic July 10 meeting with Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican. Behind closed doors in the papal library, Obama handed Benedict a letter that Senator Edward Kennedy had asked him to personally deliver to the Pontiff. White House spokesman Robert Gibbs later told reporters that nobody — not even the President — knew the contents of the sealed missive. Obama asked Benedict to pray for Kennedy and called the ailing Senator afterward to fill him in on his encounter with the 82-year-old Pope.
    The letter, most likely already resealed and tucked away in the Vatican archives, was probably just a dying Catholic’s request for a papal blessing. In the eyes of the traditionalist wing of the Church, however, Kennedy should have been asking the Pope for forgiveness. The Vatican’s official newspaper L’Osservatore Romano reported Kennedy’s death, praising his work on civil rights and fighting poverty, but noted that his record was marred by his stance on abortion. As of yet, unlike some other world leaders, Pope Benedict has not commented or issued an official communiqué in response to Kennedy’s death. The niceties of international diplomacy do not require the Pope to issue a statement on the death of a non-head of state. Earlier in August, when the Senator’s sister Eunice was dying the Papal Nuncio to the U.S. delivered a letter to her and her family saying the Pope was praying for her, her children and her husband.

    One veteran official at the Vatican, of U.S. nationality, expressed the view of many conservatives about the Kennedy clan’s rapport with the Catholic Church: „Why would he even write a letter to the Pope? The Kennedys have always been defiantly in opposition to the Roman Catholic magisterium.” (Magisterium is the formal term for the authority of Church teaching.) (See a Kennedy family photo album.)

    During Benedict’s 2008 trip to the U.S., there was some heated debate — with conflicting photographs and eyewitness accounts — about whether Kennedy took Holy Communion at the papal Mass at Nationals Stadium in Washington, with conservatives insisting that the Pope says the rite should be denied to prochoice politicians. With this in mind, Church observers are keen to see if Boston’s Archbishop Cardinal Sean O’Malley will preside over Kennedy’s funeral. Some conservatives already see the fact that the rites are not being held in a cathedral (but rather at the Senator’s favorite church) as significant.

    For four decades Ted Kennedy remained the nation’s most prominent Roman Catholic politician, as well as brother of America’s first and only Catholic President. Ted Kennedy received his first Communion directly from Pope Pius XII, and his marriage in 1958 was performed by Cardinal Francis Spellman, the influential Archbishop of New York. His mother Rose once reportedly said that she’d dreamed that her youngest son would become a priest rather than a politician, destined to ultimately rise to bishop status. (See pictures of Pope Benedict XVI visiting America.)

    Edward Kennedy, it can be said, was not cut out for the priestly life. His first marriage, to former model Virginia Joan Bennett, ended in divorce in 1982, with the marriage annulled by the Roman Rota more than a decade later. And there are the infamous episodes in his life that showed a man not quite in control of his demons. But ultimately, beyond his personal travails, Kennedy’s relationship with the Church hierarchy was destined for conflict because of politics. The Senator became both the face and the engine of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party that has long led the battle for abortion rights, stem-cell research and gay marriage, all of which Catholic doctrine strictly forbids.

    „He is a complicated figure,” says the Rev. James Martin, a Jesuit priest and the culture editor of the Catholic magazine America. „Catholics on the right are critical because of his stance on abortion. Catholics on the left celebrate his achievements on immigration, fighting poverty and other legislation that is a virtual mirror of the Church’s social teaching.” (See pictures of the Lion of the Senate.)

    Back at headquarters, however, there is little room for nuance. „Here in Rome, Ted Kennedy is nobody. He’s a legend with his own constituency,” says the Vatican official. „If he had influence in the past, it was only with the Archdiocese of Boston, and that eventually disappeared too.” Some say the final sunset on the Kennedy name within Catholic halls of power was the Vatican’s decision in 2007 to overturn the annulment of the first marriage of former U.S. Representative Joe Kennedy, the eldest son of Robert Kennedy. The successful appeal by Joe Kennedy’s ex-wife Sheila Rauch, an Episcopalian, was another blow to the Kennedy image in Catholic circles.

    In what may mark the final flicker of Kennedy influence in American Catholicism, reports circulated last spring that Obama was considering JFK’s daughter Caroline Kennedy as the possible next U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican. That was not to be. Indeed, in the wake of Uncle Ted’s death came word Thursday that Obama’s final choice had arrived in Rome to take up the diplomatic post at the Holy See. He is Miguel Diaz, a little-known Cuban-born professor of theology firmly on the record as prolife. Time.com

    it’s all about abuse 😉

  3. Marius Mina Says:

    After Kennedy’s Death: Silence from the Pope

    There was a poignant footnote to President Obama’s historic July 10 meeting with Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican. Behind closed doors in the papal library, Obama handed Benedict a letter that Senator Edward Kennedy had asked him to personally deliver to the Pontiff. White House spokesman Robert Gibbs later told reporters that nobody — not even the President — knew the contents of the sealed missive. Obama asked Benedict to pray for Kennedy and called the ailing Senator afterward to fill him in on his encounter with the 82-year-old Pope.
    The letter, most likely already resealed and tucked away in the Vatican archives, was probably just a dying Catholic’s request for a papal blessing. In the eyes of the traditionalist wing of the Church, however, Kennedy should have been asking the Pope for forgiveness. The Vatican’s official newspaper L’Osservatore Romano reported Kennedy’s death, praising his work on civil rights and fighting poverty, but noted that his record was marred by his stance on abortion. As of yet, unlike some other world leaders, Pope Benedict has not commented or issued an official communiqué in response to Kennedy’s death. The niceties of international diplomacy do not require the Pope to issue a statement on the death of a non-head of state. Earlier in August, when the Senator’s sister Eunice was dying the Papal Nuncio to the U.S. delivered a letter to her and her family saying the Pope was praying for her, her children and her husband.

    One veteran official at the Vatican, of U.S. nationality, expressed the view of many conservatives about the Kennedy clan’s rapport with the Catholic Church: „Why would he even write a letter to the Pope? The Kennedys have always been defiantly in opposition to the Roman Catholic magisterium.” (Magisterium is the formal term for the authority of Church teaching.) (See a Kennedy family photo album.)

    During Benedict’s 2008 trip to the U.S., there was some heated debate — with conflicting photographs and eyewitness accounts — about whether Kennedy took Holy Communion at the papal Mass at Nationals Stadium in Washington, with conservatives insisting that the Pope says the rite should be denied to prochoice politicians. With this in mind, Church observers are keen to see if Boston’s Archbishop Cardinal Sean O’Malley will preside over Kennedy’s funeral. Some conservatives already see the fact that the rites are not being held in a cathedral (but rather at the Senator’s favorite church) as significant.

    For four decades Ted Kennedy remained the nation’s most prominent Roman Catholic politician, as well as brother of America’s first and only Catholic President. Ted Kennedy received his first Communion directly from Pope Pius XII, and his marriage in 1958 was performed by Cardinal Francis Spellman, the influential Archbishop of New York. His mother Rose once reportedly said that she’d dreamed that her youngest son would become a priest rather than a politician, destined to ultimately rise to bishop status. (See pictures of Pope Benedict XVI visiting America.)

    Edward Kennedy, it can be said, was not cut out for the priestly life. His first marriage, to former model Virginia Joan Bennett, ended in divorce in 1982, with the marriage annulled by the Roman Rota more than a decade later. And there are the infamous episodes in his life that showed a man not quite in control of his demons. But ultimately, beyond his personal travails, Kennedy’s relationship with the Church hierarchy was destined for conflict because of politics. The Senator became both the face and the engine of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party that has long led the battle for abortion rights, stem-cell research and gay marriage, all of which Catholic doctrine strictly forbids.

    „He is a complicated figure,” says the Rev. James Martin, a Jesuit priest and the culture editor of the Catholic magazine America. „Catholics on the right are critical because of his stance on abortion. Catholics on the left celebrate his achievements on immigration, fighting poverty and other legislation that is a virtual mirror of the Church’s social teaching.” (See pictures of the Lion of the Senate.)

    Back at headquarters, however, there is little room for nuance. „Here in Rome, Ted Kennedy is nobody. He’s a legend with his own constituency,” says the Vatican official. „If he had influence in the past, it was only with the Archdiocese of Boston, and that eventually disappeared too.” Some say the final sunset on the Kennedy name within Catholic halls of power was the Vatican’s decision in 2007 to overturn the annulment of the first marriage of former U.S. Representative Joe Kennedy, the eldest son of Robert Kennedy. The successful appeal by Joe Kennedy’s ex-wife Sheila Rauch, an Episcopalian, was another blow to the Kennedy image in Catholic circles.

    In what may mark the final flicker of Kennedy influence in American Catholicism, reports circulated last spring that Obama was considering JFK’s daughter Caroline Kennedy as the possible next U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican. That was not to be. Indeed, in the wake of Uncle Ted’s death came word Thursday that Obama’s final choice had arrived in Rome to take up the diplomatic post at the Holy See. He is Miguel Diaz, a little-known Cuban-born professor of theology firmly on the record as prolife. Time.com

    it’s all about abuse 😉

  4. Dinu Says:

    Roxana,

    despre „Tri nations” nu scri nimic ? Mai invata romanul una, alta. 🙂

  5. J o h n s o n Says:

    uitati aici un clasament,ultimul din Olanda…nu are mai mult de 3 luni deci sa-mi spuna si mie unde este bafta „proverbiala” a Stelei cand a cazut in grupa cu Twente adica cea mai bine clasata dintre adversarele din Olanda ale echipelor noastre.Cum i se umple gura de kk lui Borcea cand el anul trecut a fost scos de neica nimeni Nijmegen din turul preliminar.

    1 AZ Alkmaar 80

    2 FC Twente Enschede 69

    3 Ajax Amsterdam 68

    4 PSV Eindhoven 65

    5 SC Heerenveen 60
    6 FC Groningen 56
    7 Feyenoord Rotterdam 45

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  7. Dinu Says:

    Rapid nu este trecuta in nicio liga europeana ? …esti pricinoasa ! 🙂

  8. alice Says:

    Orice echipa romaneasca joaca intr-o liga europeana sa le tinem pumnii.Succes tuturor echipelor noastre.

  9. Franklin Says:

    Roxana, poate ca ar fi fost cazul sa amintesti si grupa Unirii Urziceni din Liga, chiar daca n-ar fi fost o stire calda. Orisicat, fotbalul mare incepe cu ei, restul suntem la „matineu”.

    Am constatat in ultima vreme ca tot mai multi tineri sustin echipe de fotbal straine, echipe de club. E si asta un semn de europenism. Tinerii incep sa-i respinga pe alde Mitica Dragomir (sinistra figura) Becali, Borcea, Pinalti, Iancu, Copos sau Mititelu. Fiscalizarea cluburilor „profesioniste” ar putea fi solutia pentru insanatosirea fotbalului romanesc. Personal sunt ferm convins ca fara banii „finantatorilor”, fotbalul romanesc se va purifica de tot ceea ce are mai nociv in prezent. Abia atunci vom recastiga bucuria de urmari un meci de fotbal din campionatul intern.

  10. toader Says:

    Tariceanu: O unire a Romaniei cu R.Moldova nu este dezirabila
    –-
    cu ocazia asta va zic si eu ca nu mai votez pnl.

  11. Marius Mina Says:

    @Toadere, ne ameninti?
    Jura-te pe ce ai tu mai scump ca ai fost la vot si ai pus stampila pe PNL la ultimile alageri

  12. Marius Mina Says:

    The 9/ 12 project

  13. toader Says:

    as fi votat cu corina cretu la europene. la prezidentiale as vota cu crin. astept sa vad o pozitie clara referitor la basarabia. dupa aia il votez. pentru restul dintre candidati mi se cam rupe.

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