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[2007-11-29] S.C. Braga vs Bayern Munich

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[2007-11-29] S.C. Braga vs Bayern Munich

Postby rfopl » Fri Oct 12, 2007 6:54 pm

has this match is getting closer and closer I post here some Braga city and S.C.Braga information for all of you Bayern Munich supporters

S.C.Braga official webpage -> http://www.scbraga.pt

SuperBraga.com -> http://www.superbraga.com

Fans Forúm -> http://www.superbraga.com/forum/index.php

here you got a link to Braga's city bars/clubs and pubs:http://www.braga.com.pt/dir_ent.asp?cat=3&sec=16(58 hits on this page just click próxima to the next hits)

another Braga city night activity related site:http://www.bragabynight.com/default.asp?id=8&inc=bbn

unfortunatly both the webpages are in portuguese... you got to have someone to translate them to you :-\

Braga's monuments photo index:http://www.virtourist.com/europe/braga/phototxt.htm

Braga hostel and hotel links (links in English, Portuguese)

-http://www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/portugal/braga/
-http://www.booking.com/city/pt/braga.pt.html?aid=304085;label=braga-c9CJDsd0huD65AqpclCPhwS918130941;ws=
-http://portugal.hotels.com/hoteis-Portugal/hoteis-braga/
-http://www.hotels.se/(in Swedish - just search for Braga on the box)
-http://www.hostelworld.com/findabed.php/ChosenCity.Braga/ChosenCountry.Portugal
-http://en.infohostal.com/guide/braga/braga/59591/accommodation/hotels.html
-http://www.europeanexplorer.com/portugal/hostels/braga.htm
-http://www.hihostels.com/dba/hostel047009.en.htm
-http://www.hostelsclub.com/city-dk-1494-Braga.html

a map of the Braga's region:http://www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/portugal/braga/map/

Braga tourism information:http://www.cm-braga.com.pt/turismo/turismo.asp

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HOPE TO SEE ALL OF YOU FC Bayern München SUPPORTERS IN BRAGA CITY next 29th of NOVEMBER
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Postby rfopl » Sat Oct 13, 2007 2:30 am

S.C.Braga coach Jorge "the tank" Costa: Image

former under-21 spanhinsh internationa goalkeeper Dani Mallo: Image

Peru's international central defender Alberto "el Mudo" Rodriguez: Image

full Portuguese national team international defender Frechaut: Image

former under-23 argentinan international Andés Madrid: Image

Brazilian midfielder Vandinho: Image

2times Portugal under-20 worldcup champion and full national team international miedfielder João "menino de oiro" Pinto: Image

full Portuguese national team international striker João Tomás: Image

Qatari Yasser Hussain Wallpaper: Image



some SCBraga related videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDH79JArRlQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUgvf-B4qqw

S.C.Braga stadium photos:

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and just this one more photo of the stadium -|> http://bp3.blogger.com/_VN8PQuF54xo/Rwee39QnUUI/AAAAAAAAA2c/0Zz2yR9FmiA/s1600-h/BRAGA+HAMMABY+JAG003.jpg
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Postby tracylynn » Sat Oct 13, 2007 4:51 pm

Thank you for supplying some information on your team. To be honest, I have never heard of the team before. I will plead ingnorance on this because, in my area (in the US), we do not get any Portuguese games and reports, so I am very unfamiliar with almost all the Portuguese teams, except for Porto. Maybe one day I can visit Portugal and check out the team. Is it hard to get tickets to a game?
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Postby rfopl » Sat Oct 13, 2007 6:27 pm

it depends on the game... but normally its fairly easy to get tickets for S.C.Braga match's
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Postby tracylynn » Sat Oct 13, 2007 11:42 pm

Can you tell me why the coach is known as "the tank?" I have to say that is an interesting nickname for a coach.

So, how long have been a fan of Braga? IYO, what has been the highlight of the team's history? What I mean is what was the best moment in their history in your opinion? Like I said, here in the US we do not get Portuguese football so I would like to hear what you have to say about the team.

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Postby rfopl » Mon Oct 15, 2007 1:12 am

tracylynn wrote:Can you tell me why the coach is known as "the tank?" I have to say that is an interesting nickname for a coach.

So, how long have been a fan of Braga? IYO, what has been the highlight of the team's history? What I mean is what was the best moment in their history in your opinion? Like I said, here in the US we do not get Portuguese football so I would like to hear what you have to say about the team.

Thanks.


well the story of the S.C.Braga coach is that he was a fcporto central defender - he was on their win of the UEFA Cup and Champions league with Mourinho - and here in portugal he is known has "bicho" becouse he is a very tall and well built. But when Co Adrianse substituted Mourinho he didn't Like Jorge Costa, soo Jorge Costa went to premierhsip - at least at that time it was - Charlton Atlethics where Charlton supporters nicknamed him The Tank becouse of is fisical constituion.

I have been a S.C.Braga fan for all my life!!! the club has an 85 years existence!!!

you can check some of the clubs history in this webpage -|> http://playerhistory.com/Default.aspx?p ... lubID=4492 (unfortunatly most of the information is payers only :? )

S.C.Braga player's that played for Portugal National team off all S.C.Braga history -|> http://www.superbraga.com/clube/historial/?cid=136


here you can find more off the history of S.C.Braga but unfortunatly is all in portuguese language -|> http://www.superbraga.com/clube/historial/

but maybe with an online translator as bablefish(http://babelfish.altavista.com/) or another webpage online translator you can read and understand most of the text and know a bit of S.C.Braga history and past.
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Postby tracylynn » Mon Oct 15, 2007 2:19 am

Thank you for sharing the information with us. It is greatly appreciated. I can see why the coach is nicknamed "The Tank." It would be nice if the game between Braga and Bayern will be shown on TV but I have a feeling that it won't.
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Postby rfopl » Mon Oct 15, 2007 1:43 pm

tracylynn wrote:Thank you for sharing the information with us. It is greatly appreciated. I can see why the coach is nicknamed "The Tank." It would be nice if the game between Braga and Bayern will be shown on TV but I have a feeling that it won't.


the TV transmition is depending if the interested TVchannels meet the S.C.BRAGA board €€€€ demands :wink:
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Postby rfopl » Tue Oct 16, 2007 9:28 pm

PRESENTE/PASSADO RECENTE(present and recent past player's)

Tiago
O menino-prodígio


Recrutado ao Âncora, depois de ter sido chumbado no Vianense, Tiago tornou-se, em pouco tempo, no grande maestro dos juvenis e juniores do Braga. As suas qualidades técnicas e visão de jogo impressionaram de tal forma Manuel Cajuda que nem passou pela equipa B. Lançado às feras, continuou a despertar atenções e, a meio da época de 2001/02, acabou por ser transferido para o Benfica, rendendo muito dinheiro aos minhotos. Depois de ter sido pouco feliz no Chelsea de José Mourinho, mudou-se para o Lyon, onde voltou a cintilar, tendo-se transferido esta época para a Juventus.

Ricardo Rocha
Gladiador sem dó


Quando Toni, actual treinador do Trofense, recomendou a contratação de Ricardo Rocha ao Famalicão, já o Corunha seguia atentamente o jovem central. Conduzido para a equipa B, Rocha apenas precisou de uma época para confirmar todas as suas qualidades: forte na marcação individual e com especial apetência para fazer golos em cantos ou livres. Promovido à equipa principal, também pela mão de Manuel Cajuda, acompanhou o trajecto do companheiro Tiago até ao Benfica, onde esteve quatro épocas e meia até se transferir para o Tottenham. Não tem sido fácil a adaptação ao futebol inglês.

Quim
Vítor Baía do Minho


Natural de Famalicão, Quim foi, durante muito tempo, o porta-bandeira do Braga e uma das faces visíveis do melhor que se fez no sector da formação. Depois de uma década na equipa profissional, onde nem sempre foi titular devido à passagem de guarda-redes cedidos pelo FC Porto, casos de Rui Correia e Wozniak, acabou finalmente num dos três grandes do futebol português, o Benfica, mas nem precisou de esperar por esse passo para ser chamado com regularidade à Selecção Nacional. Curiosamente, também na equipa das quinas não tem tido vida fácil, para desilusão dos seus admiradores.

Paulo Jorge
Carro de combate


Quando saltou dos "bês" para a equipa profissional, chamaram-lhe sucessor de Ricardo Rocha. Fez sentido numa primeira fase, depois nem tanto, pois não é qualquer um que consegue arrecadar, em tão pouco tempo, a braçadeira de capitão. Agressivo no bom sentido, Paulo Jorge faz lembrar, muitas vezes, o seu treinador Jorge Costa pelo espírito competitivo e capacidade de liderança que revela em campo. É um poço de energia, sendo claramente ele e mais três na defesa. Cada vez mais próximo da perfeição, revelou, nas últimas duas épocas, uma apetência especial para marcar golos.

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FUTURO(future players)

Stélvio Cruz
Um Patrick Vieira


Filho do antigo internacional Filipe Cruz, na modalidade de andebol (jogou no Belenenses, Benfica e ABC), Stélvio é tido como um médio-defensivo moderno, um pouco à imagem do francês Patrick Vieira, que defende as cores do Inter de Milão depois de ter representado o Arsenal. Com bom porte atlético e muito forte nos duelos individuais, Stélvio Cruz tem idade de júnior, mas desde o começo da época que não sai do plantel profissional, tendo sido já convocado para alguns jogos por Jorge Costa, o que é um dado importante, pois tem, como concorrentes directos, Roberto Brum e Madrid.

Ricardo
Novo Quim "quitado"


Produzir bons guarda-redes é uma das especialidades do sector de formação do Braga, e Ricardo é o último grito da moda, tendo-se fixado esta época na equipa profissional depois de ter causado boa impressão na pré-época, incluindo no estágio em Billerbeck (Alemanha). Alto e com grande elasticidade, o guarda-redes sugere algumas comparações com o benfiquista Quim, mas a sua estatura poderá fazer dele algo um pouco melhor, o que significará dificuldades acrescidas para os atacantes contrários. A exemplo de Stélvio Cruz, tem sido uma presença habitual nos estágios e jogos dos sub-19.

Forbs
Pantera selvagem


Primo do antigo avançado guineense Forbs, que representou Sporting, Braga, Portimonense, Boavista e Penafiel em Portugal, durante as décadas de 1980 e 90, é uma das principais atracções da equipa de juniores do Braga. Rápido como uma flecha e com grande disponibilidade física, o jovem Forbs marca golos com grande facilidade, tal como se verificou no último fim-de-semana, em Coimbra, e é o cabo dos trabalhos para qualquer defesa. Agostinho Oliveira já sonhou com a sua convocação para os sub-19, mas esse passo só poderá ser dado, quando o jogador africano conseguir naturalizar-se.

Rui Lopes
Esquerdino leonino


É um desperdício de luxo do Sporting. Chegado esta época a Braga, depressa conquistou o seu espaço nos juniores e muitos admiradores das suas arrancadas e, especialmente, das maravilhas que faz com o pé esquerdo. Internacional sub-18, destaca-se por ter um remate forte e por se entender bem com o ponta-de-lança de serviço, pelo que as suas acções são tudo menos previsíveis. É um repentista na linha de um Carlos Martins, outro ex-leão que, curiosamente, também não foi feliz em Alvalade. Tem escola, falta-lhe apenas ritmo competitivo para atingir a perfeição como camisola 10.



only in Portuguese again... but maybe with bablefish(http://babelfish.altavista.com/) or another webpage online translator you can read and understand most of the text[/b]
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Postby Mirage » Tue Oct 16, 2007 9:35 pm

The portuguese players are fine.

Is that Braga's stadium? it looks really big and impressive. I figured they were quite a low, middle-table team.
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Postby rfopl » Tue Oct 16, 2007 9:38 pm

Mirage wrote:The portuguese players are fine.

Is that Braga's stadium? it looks really big and impressive. I figured they were quite a low, middle-table team.


lol... that's normal because unfortunately for us Portuguese football news are not translated to English language most of the times... :-|

the stadium hosted holland-denmark and bulgaria-latvia in the EURO-2004
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Postby Mirage » Tue Oct 16, 2007 9:43 pm

rfopl wrote:
Mirage wrote:The portuguese players are fine.

Is that Braga's stadium? it looks really big and impressive. I figured they were quite a low, middle-table team.


lol... that's normal because unfortunately for us Portuguese football news are not translated to English language most of the times... :-|

the stadium hosted holland-denmark and bulgaria-latvia in the EURO-2004


yeah, I can tell you, not much news of the portuguese league is broadcast over here. In fact i think its rated a bit like the bundesliga these days, just a pool for the big clubs to steal talented players haha.
are you portuguese, how long you support braga for?
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Postby rfopl » Thu Oct 18, 2007 12:50 am

Mirage wrote:
rfopl wrote:
Mirage wrote:The portuguese players are fine.

Is that Braga's stadium? it looks really big and impressive. I figured they were quite a low, middle-table team.


lol... that's normal because unfortunately for us Portuguese football news are not translated to English language most of the times... :-|

the stadium hosted holland-denmark and bulgaria-latvia in the EURO-2004


yeah, I can tell you, not much news of the portuguese league is broadcast over here. In fact i think its rated a bit like the bundesliga these days, just a pool for the big clubs to steal talented players haha.
are you portuguese, how long you support braga for?


here you go... portuguese soccer news all in english -|> http://www.pfutebol.com/

now you can follow portuguese soccer without any trouble ;)
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Postby Miss Dangerous » Thu Oct 18, 2007 6:21 pm

I don`t follow the portuguese football :roll: but their league have given us so many great players.. such as Cristiano Ronaldo!!
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Postby tracylynn » Thu Oct 18, 2007 8:39 pm

Miss Dangerous...!! wrote:I don`t follow the portuguese football :roll: but their league have given us so many great players.. such as Cristiano Ronaldo!!



Why don't you follow Portuguese football? And, why the rolling eyes? I know that I don't follow it because it's not available here in the US. Granted, I guess I could watch games on the computer but I hate doing that because it's hard on the eyes. Anyway, what I know is that any league can be entertaining. Granted, nothing can replace the Bundesliga and Bayern, but other leagues can be fun to watch. I always willing to give any league and team a shot.

BTW...Miss Dangerous, can you name any other players from Portugal who have had a big impact on other leagues. :D I just want to see if you know any more players. :lol:
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