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Lista dos Jogos de Hoje – Como Assistir Futebol Ao Vivo na TV e Guia dos jogos na Internet (22/11)

2020.11.22 14:41 futebolstats Lista dos Jogos de Hoje – Como Assistir Futebol Ao Vivo na TV e Guia dos jogos na Internet (22/11)

Confira a nossa lista de como assistir os principais jogos de Futebol Ao Vivo na TV que vão acontecer hoje no mundo da bola. A programação e a agenda dos jogos de hoje e os horários abaixo estão no horário padrão de Brasília. Todas as partidas e estão sujeitas a mudanças por determinação das emissoras e federações que organizam os campeonatos. Confira abaixo os jogos e suas transmissões.
ACESSE A PÁGINA COM A PROGRAMAÇÃO AO VIVO

Futebol Ao Vivo

Acompanhe todos os jogos AO VIVO
HoraJogosCanalCompetição
08h00CSKA Moscou x FC SochiRussian Premier Liga (YouTube)Campeonato Russo
08h15Ajax x Heracles AlmeloESPNCampeonato Holandês
08h30Fiorentina x BeneventoEI PlusCampeonato Italiano
09h00Fulham x EvertonESPN BrasilCampeonato Inglês
09h00Nantes x MetzCampeonato Francês
09h30Erzgebirge Aue x DarmstadtOnefootballCampeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
09h30Wurzburger Kickers x HannoverOnefootballCampeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
09h30Hamburgo x BochumOnefootballCampeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
09h30Greuther Fürth x Jahn RegensburgOnefootballCampeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
10h00Eibar x GetafeFox Premium 1Campeonato Espanhol
10h00XV de Jaú x Bandeirante-SPMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
10h00Osvaldo Cruz x Independente-SPMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
10h00Sabadell x Las PalmasESPN App (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
10h30Poços de Caldas x Três CoraçõesMycujooCampeonato Mineiro Segunda Divisão
10h30Fortuna Sittard x FeyenoordESPN App (WatchESPN)Campeonato Holandês
10h30Rotor Volgograd x UralRussian Premier Liga (YouTube)Campeonato Russo
11h00Sheffield United x West HamESPN BrasilCampeonato Inglês
11h00Hellas Verona x SassuoloEI PlusCampeonato Italiano
11h00Internazionale x TorinoSporTV e Rai ItáliaCampeonato Italiano
11h00Roma x ParmaEI PlusCampeonato Italiano
11h00Sampdoria x BolognaEI PlusCampeonato Italiano
11h00Dijon x LensCampeonato Francês
11h00Montpellier x StrasbourgCampeonato Francês
11h00Reims x NîmesCampeonato Francês
11h00EC Taubaté x FerroviáriaTV Cultura e FacebookCampeonato Paulista Feminino
11h30Freiburg x MainzBAND e OnefootballCampeonato Alemão
12h00Mallorca x Sporting GijónESPN App (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
12h15Cádiz x Real SociedadFox SportsCampeonato Espanhol
12h45Twente x PSVESPNCampeonato Holandês
13h00Angers x LyonOnefootballCampeonato Francês
13h00Rubin Kazan x RostovBandSports e Russian Premier Liga (YouTube)Campeonato Russo
13h30Leeds United x ArsenalESPN BrasilCampeonato Inglês
14h00Udinese x GenoaBAND e EI PlusCampeonato Italiano
14h00Colônia x Union BerlinOnefootballCampeonato Alemão
14h15Tenerife x UD LogroñésESPN App (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
14h30Granada x ValladolidFox Premium 1Campeonato Espanhol
15h00São José x LondrinaCBF TVCampeonato Brasileiro Série C
15h00Volta Redonda x São BentoCBF TVCampeonato Brasileiro Série C
15h00América-RN x FlorestaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h00Sport x CearáMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Foz Cataratas x BotafogoMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Tiradentes-PI x América-MGMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Real Brasília x 3B SportMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Athletico-PR x GrêmioMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00São Paulo x CorinthiansMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00Bahia x Atlético-MGMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Flamengo x ChapecoenseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Goiás x BotafogoMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Grêmio x CearáMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Internacional x VascoMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Vitória x América-MGMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Itapirense x São José-SPMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00Itararé x JabaquaraMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00Rio Preto x Botafogo-SPMycujooCopa Paulista
15h00Audax-SP x XV de PiracicabaMycujooCopa Paulista
15h00Primavera x Inter de LimeiraMycujooCopa Paulista
15h00Juventus-SP x Ponte PretaMycujooCopa Paulista
15h00Nacional-SP x PortuguesaMycujooCopa Paulista
15h00Guarani x Água SantaMycujooCopa Paulista
15h30Guarany de Sobral x Globo FCMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00São Paulo x VascoGlobo e Premiere 2Campeonato Brasileiro
16h00Ceará x Atlético-MGGlobo (CE, MG) e Premiere 5Campeonato Brasileiro
16h00Atlético-PB x SalgueiroMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Vitória da Conquista x FreipaulistanoMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Itabaiana x CentralMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00FC Cascavel x BanguMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Goianésia x Operário VGMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Sinop x Moto ClubMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Villa Nova-MG x Bahia de FeiraMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Real Ariquemes x Napoli-SCMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
16h00Santos x São PauloBandCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
16h15Liverpool x LeicesterDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Inglês
16h45Napoli x MilanBandsports, Rai Itália e EI PlusCampeonato Italiano
17h00Alavés x ValenciaFox Premium 1Campeonato Espanhol
17h00Lille x LorientTV5 Monde e OnefootballCampeonato Francês
17h00Comercial-SP x AtibaiaMycujooCopa Paulista
17h00Velo Clube x FerroviáriaMycujooCopa Paulista
17h00SD Ponferradina x Real ZaragozaESPN App (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
18h00Paysandu x FerroviárioDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
18h00Rio Branco-AC x Fast ClubeMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
18h00Palmeiras x FluminenseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
18h00Sporting Kansas City x San Jose EarthquakesDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Major League Soccer
18h15Botafogo x FortalezaPremiere 3Campeonato Brasileiro
18h15Internacional x FluminensePremiere FCCampeonato Brasileiro
19h00Mirassol x CabofrienseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Série D
19h15Everton x Universidad de ChileEI PlusCampeonato Chileno
20h00Jacuipense x TrezeCBF TVCampeonato Brasileiro Série C
20h00Avaí/Kindermann x CorinthiansTwitter (BRFeminino), ESPN Brasil e BandCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino
20h30Corinthians x GrêmioSporTV (-SP) e Premiere 2Campeonato Brasileiro
21h30Minnesota United FC x Colorado RapidsESPN 2Major League Soccer
22h00Tigres x TolucaDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Mexicano
23h59Portland Timbers x FC DallasESPN 2Major League Soccer

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Jogos de Hoje 22/11

08h00 – CSKA Moscou x FC Sochi – Russian Premier Liga (YouTube) – Campeonato Russo
08h15 – Ajax x Heracles Almelo – ESPN – Campeonato Holandês
08h30 – Fiorentina x Benevento – EI Plus – Campeonato Italiano
09h00 – Fulham x Everton – ESPN Brasil – Campeonato Inglês
09h00 – Nantes x Metz – – Campeonato Francês
09h30 – Erzgebirge Aue x Darmstadt – Onefootball – Campeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
09h30 – Wurzburger Kickers x Hannover – Onefootball – Campeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
09h30 – Hamburgo x Bochum – Onefootball – Campeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
09h30 – Greuther Fürth x Jahn Regensburg – Onefootball – Campeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
10h00 – Eibar x Getafe – Fox Premium 1 – Campeonato Espanhol
10h00 – XV de Jaú x Bandeirante-SP – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
10h00 – Osvaldo Cruz x Independente-SP – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
10h00 – Sabadell x Las Palmas – ESPN App (WatchESPN) – Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
10h30 – Poços de Caldas x Três Corações – Mycujoo – Campeonato Mineiro Segunda Divisão
10h30 – Fortuna Sittard x Feyenoord – ESPN App (WatchESPN) – Campeonato Holandês
10h30 – Rotor Volgograd x Ural – Russian Premier Liga (YouTube) – Campeonato Russo
11h00 – Sheffield United x West Ham – ESPN Brasil – Campeonato Inglês
11h00 – Hellas Verona x Sassuolo – EI Plus – Campeonato Italiano
11h00 – Internazionale x Torino – SporTV e Rai Itália – Campeonato Italiano
11h00 – Roma x Parma – EI Plus – Campeonato Italiano
11h00 – Sampdoria x Bologna – EI Plus – Campeonato Italiano
11h00 – Dijon x Lens – – Campeonato Francês
11h00 – Montpellier x Strasbourg – – Campeonato Francês
11h00 – Reims x Nîmes – – Campeonato Francês
11h00 – EC Taubaté x Ferroviária – TV Cultura e Facebook – Campeonato Paulista Feminino
11h30 – Freiburg x Mainz – BAND e Onefootball – Campeonato Alemão
12h00 – Mallorca x Sporting Gijón – ESPN App (WatchESPN) – Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
12h15 – Cádiz x Real Sociedad – Fox Sports – Campeonato Espanhol
12h45 – Twente x PSV – ESPN – Campeonato Holandês
13h00 – Angers x Lyon – Onefootball – Campeonato Francês
13h00 – Rubin Kazan x Rostov – BandSports e Russian Premier Liga (YouTube) – Campeonato Russo
13h30 – Leeds United x Arsenal – ESPN Brasil – Campeonato Inglês
14h00 – Udinese x Genoa – BAND e EI Plus – Campeonato Italiano
14h00 – Colônia x Union Berlin – Onefootball – Campeonato Alemão
14h15 – Tenerife x UD Logroñés – ESPN App (WatchESPN) – Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
14h30 – Granada x Valladolid – Fox Premium 1 – Campeonato Espanhol
15h00 – São José x Londrina – CBF TV – Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
15h00 – Volta Redonda x São Bento – CBF TV – Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
15h00 – América-RN x Floresta – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h00 – Sport x Ceará – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00 – Foz Cataratas x Botafogo – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00 – Tiradentes-PI x América-MG – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00 – Real Brasília x 3B Sport – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00 – Athletico-PR x Grêmio – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – São Paulo x Corinthians – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – Bahia x Atlético-MG – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00 – Flamengo x Chapecoense – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00 – Goiás x Botafogo – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00 – Grêmio x Ceará – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00 – Internacional x Vasco – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00 – Vitória x América-MG – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00 – Itapirense x São José-SP – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00 – Itararé x Jabaquara – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00 – Rio Preto x Botafogo-SP – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
15h00 – Audax-SP x XV de Piracicaba – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
15h00 – Primavera x Inter de Limeira – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
15h00 – Juventus-SP x Ponte Preta – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
15h00 – Nacional-SP x Portuguesa – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
15h00 – Guarani x Água Santa – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
15h30 – Guarany de Sobral x Globo FC – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00 – São Paulo x Vasco – Globo e Premiere 2 – Campeonato Brasileiro
16h00 – Ceará x Atlético-MG – Globo (CE, MG) e Premiere 5 – Campeonato Brasileiro
16h00 – Atlético-PB x Salgueiro – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00 – Vitória da Conquista x Freipaulistano – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00 – Itabaiana x Central – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00 – FC Cascavel x Bangu – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00 – Goianésia x Operário VG – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00 – Sinop x Moto Club – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00 – Villa Nova-MG x Bahia de Feira – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00 – Real Ariquemes x Napoli-SC – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
16h00 – Santos x São Paulo – Band – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-20
16h15 – Liverpool x Leicester – DAZN – (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS) – Campeonato Inglês
16h45 – Napoli x Milan – Bandsports, Rai Itália e EI Plus – Campeonato Italiano
17h00 – Alavés x Valencia – Fox Premium 1 – Campeonato Espanhol
17h00 – Lille x Lorient – TV5 Monde e Onefootball – Campeonato Francês
17h00 – Comercial-SP x Atibaia – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
17h00 – Velo Clube x Ferroviária – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
17h00 – SD Ponferradina x Real Zaragoza – ESPN App (WatchESPN) – Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
18h00 – Paysandu x Ferroviário – DAZN – (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS) – Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
18h00 – Rio Branco-AC x Fast Clube – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
18h00 – Palmeiras x Fluminense – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-20
18h00 – Sporting Kansas City x San Jose Earthquakes – DAZN – (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS) – Major League Soccer
18h15 – Botafogo x Fortaleza – Premiere 3 – Campeonato Brasileiro
18h15 – Internacional x Fluminense – Premiere FC – Campeonato Brasileiro
19h00 – Mirassol x Cabofriense – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
19h15 – Everton x Universidad de Chile – EI Plus – Campeonato Chileno
20h00 – Jacuipense x Treze – CBF TV – Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
20h00 – Avaí/Kindermann x Corinthians – Twitter (BRFeminino), ESPN Brasil e Band – Campeonato Brasileiro Feminino
20h30 – Corinthians x Grêmio – SporTV (-SP) e Premiere 2 – Campeonato Brasileiro
21h30 – Minnesota United FC x Colorado Rapids – ESPN 2 – Major League Soccer
22h00 – Tigres x Toluca – DAZN – (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS) – Campeonato Mexicano
23h59 – Portland Timbers x FC Dallas – ESPN 2 – Major League Soccer
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2020.11.10 12:43 futebolstats Lista dos Jogos de Hoje – Como Assistir Futebol Ao Vivo na TV e Guia dos jogos na Internet (10/11)

Confira a nossa lista de como assistir os principais jogos de Futebol Ao Vivo na TV que vão acontecer hoje no mundo da bola. A programação e a agenda dos jogos de hoje e os horários abaixo estão no horário padrão de Brasília. Todas as partidas e estão sujeitas a mudanças por determinação das emissoras e federações que organizam os campeonatos. Confira abaixo os jogos e suas transmissões.
ACESSE A PÁGINA COM A PROGRAMAÇÃO AO VIVO

Futebol Ao Vivo

Acompanhe todos os jogos AO VIVO
HoraJogosCanalCompetição
00h00Cruz Azul 1 x 2 PumasBet365Campeonato Mexicano
01h00Vegalta Sendai 0 x 3 Sagan TosuBet365Campeonato Japonês
02h00Yokohama FC 2 x 1 Vissel KobeBet365Campeonato Japonês
08h00FK Khimki 2 x 0 Rubin KazanRussian Premier Liga (Youtube)Campeonato Russo
08h15FC Utrecht 0 x 3 AjaxESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Holandês
08h30Lazio 1 x 1 JuventusTNT e EI PlusCampeonato Italiano
08h35Jiangsu Suning 0 x 0 Guangzhou EvergrandeESPNCampeonato Chinês
09h00West Bromwich 0 x 1 TottenhamESPN BrasilCampeonato Inglês
09h00Brest 3 x 2 LilleOnefootballCampeonato Francês
09h00Chelsea x EvertonThe FA PlayerThe FA Women's Super League
09h00Manchester United x ArsenalThe FA PlayerThe FA Women's Super League
09h00Motherwell 1 x 4 CelticESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Escocês
09h00Havant & Waterlooville x Cray Valley Paper MillsBet365Copa da Liga Inglesa
09h00Scunthorpe United x Solihull MoorsBet365Copa da Liga Inglesa
09h30Antwerp x Standard de LiègeESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Belga
09h30Darmstadt 0 x 4 PaderbornOnefootballCampeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
09h30St. Pauli 0 x 3 KarlsruherOnefootballCampeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
09h30Jahn Regensburg 2 x 4 VfL OsnabrückOnefootballCampeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
10h00Getafe 1 x 3 VillarrealFox Premium 1Campeonato Espanhol
10h00Araçatuba x TanabiMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
10h00Independente-SP x Rio Branco-SPMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
10h00Sabadell 1 x 2 MálagaESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
10h30Feyenoord 2 x 0 FC GroningenESPNCampeonato Holandês
10h30CSKA Moscou x FC RostovBandsports e Russian Premier Liga (Youtube)Campeonato Russo
10h30LASK Linz x Flyeralarm AdmiraOneFootballCampeonato Austríaco
10h30Wolfsberger AC x SK Sturm GrazOneFootballCampeonato Austríaco
10h30Vitesse x EmmenBet365Campeonato Holandês
11h00Leicester x WolverhamptonESPN BrasilCampeonato Inglês
11h00Atalanta x InternazionaleSporTV e Rai ItáliaCampeonato Italiano
11h00Genoa x RomaEI PlusCampeonato Italiano
11h00Torino x CrotoneEI PlusCampeonato Italiano
11h00Bandeirante-SP x AndradinaMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
11h00Birmingham x West HamThe FA PlayerThe FA Women's Super League
11h00Brighton x Aston VillaThe FA PlayerThe FA Women's Super League
11h00Lens x ReimsBet365Campeonato Francês
11h00Lorient x NantesBet365Campeonato Francês
11h00Metz x DijonBet365Campeonato Francês
11h00Nîmes x AngersBet365Campeonato Francês
11h00Arsenal de Sarandí x Atlético TucumánFanatizCampeonato Argentino
11h15Umuarama x Praia ClubeTV BrasilLNF
11h30Wolfsburg x HoffenheimOnefootballCampeonato Alemão
11h30Eastbourne Borough x BlackpoolBet365Copa da Liga Inglesa
12h00Alcorcón x CF FuenlabradaESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
12h00Rayo Vallecano x AlmeríaESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
12h00Nacional da Madeira x Gil VicenteBet365Campeonato Português
12h00Farense x BoavistaBet365Campeonato Português
12h00Basel x FC SionBet365Campeonato Suíço
12h00FC Vaduz x ServetteBet365Campeonato Suíço
12h00Young Boys x FC St. Gallen 1879Bet365Campeonato Suíço
12h15Real Sociedad x GranadaFox SportsCampeonato Espanhol
12h45Heerenveen x AZ AlkmaarBet365Campeonato Holandês
13h00Nice x MonacoOnefootballCampeonato Francês
13h00Dínamo Moscou x Lokomotiv MoscowBandsports e Russian Premier Liga (Youtube)Campeonato Russo
13h00Zenit x KrasnodarRussian Premier Liga (Youtube)Campeonato Russo
13h00Rapid Wien x Red Bull SalzburgOneFootballCampeonato Austríaco
13h00Sivasspor x GalatasarayBet365Campeonato Turco
13h30Manchester City x LiverpoolESPN BrasilCampeonato Inglês
14h00Bologna x NapoliBand, TNT e EI PlusCampeonato Italiano
14h00Bayer Leverkusen x Borussia MönchengladbachOnefootballCampeonato Alemão
14h15Gent x AnderlechtESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Belga
14h15Real Oviedo x CD CastellónESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
14h15Mallorca x SD PonferradinaESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
14h30Levante x AlavésESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol
14h30Valladolid x Athletic BilbaoFox Premium 1Campeonato Espanhol
14h30Porto x PortimonenseFox Sports e RTP InternacionalCampeonato Português
14h30Bahia x SportMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Potiguar x Vitória da ConquistaMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h00Central x ABCMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h00Bragantino-PA x Ji-ParanáMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h00Náutico x Cruzeiro-RNMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Auto Esporte-PB x UDAMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Juventus-SP x Foz CataratasMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Goiás x Real BrasíliaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Napoli-SC x FluminenseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Chapecoense x ToledoMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00América-MG x CorinthiansMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Botafogo x FluminenseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Flamengo x CearáMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Internacional x Athletico-PRMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Santos x BahiaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Sport x GoiásMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Vasco x GrêmioMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Vitória x ChapecoenseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Grêmio Prudente x Osvaldo CruzMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00Elosport x União BarbarenseMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00Ska Brasil x JabaquaraMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00Barcelona-SP x MauáMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00Avaí x Red Bull BragantinoMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00CRB x CoritibaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Ceará x FluminenseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Grêmio x CorinthiansMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Paraná x Vila NovaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Paysandu x FortalezaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Santos x JuventudeMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Toluca x LeónDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Mexicano
15h00Danubio x FénixGolTV PlayCampeonato Uruguaio
15h30Guarany de Sobral x Atlético-PBMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h30Juventude Timonense x Santos Dumont-SEMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h30Tupã x AssisenseMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h30Tubarão x São JoséTV NSportsLNF
15h45Altos x Juventude SamasMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Vasco x PalmeirasGlobo e Premiere 4Campeonato Brasileiro
16h00Internacional x CoritibaGlobo, Premiere 2 e TNTCampeonato Brasileiro
16h00Sampaio Corrêa x VitóriaGlobo (MA e BA), SporTV (-MA) e Premiere 3Campeonato Brasileiro Série B
16h00Itabaiana x JacyobáMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Operário VG x Vitória-ESMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Sinop x BaréMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Tiradentes-PI x OratórioMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
16h00SERC x Atlético-GOMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
16h00Brasil de Farroupilha x Athletico-PRMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
16h00Palmeiras x Atlético-MGBandCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
16h00PSV Eindhoven x Willem II TilburgESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Holandês
16h00Palestino x Universidad CatólicaBet365Campeonato Chileno
16h15Arsenal x Aston VillaDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Inglês
16h15Gimnasia y Esgrima x Vélez SarsfieldFanatizCampeonato Argentino
16h30Tenerife x Real ZaragozaESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
16h45Milan x Hellas VeronaBandsports, Rai Itália e EI PlusCampeonato Italiano
17h00Valencia x Real MadridESPN BrasilCampeonato Espanhol
17h00Lyon x Saint-ÉtienneOnefootballCampeonato Francês
17h00Benfica x BragaFox SportsCampeonato Português
17h30New York Red Bulls x Toronto FCDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Major League Soccer
17h30Philadelphia Union x New England RevolutionESPN 2Major League Soccer
17h30Chicago Fire x New York City FCBet365Major League Soccer
17h30Columbus Crew x Atlanta UnitedBet365Major League Soccer
17h30DC United x Montreal ImpactBet365Major League Soccer
17h30Inter Miami CF x FC CincinnatiBet365Major League Soccer
17h30Orlando City x Nashville SCBet365Major League Soccer
18h00Remo x TrezeDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
18h00Atlético-AC x VilhenenseMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
18h00São Paulo x Avaí/KindermannTwitter @BRFemininoCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino
18h00Once Caldas x Deportivo CaliFanatiz e Nuestra TeleCampeonato Colombiano
18h00Peñarol x Deportivo MaldonadoGolTV PlayCampeonato Uruguaio
18h00Joinville x AssoevaSporTV 2LNF
18h15Red Bull Bragantino x SantosTNT e Premiere 5Campeonato Brasileiro
18h15Atlético-MG x FlamengoPremiere FCCampeonato Brasileiro
18h15Bahia x BotafogoPremiere 6Campeonato Brasileiro
18h15CRB x JuventudePremiere 7Campeonato Brasileiro Série B
18h45Unión de Santa Fe x Racing ClubFanatizCampeonato Argentino
19h00Mirassol x FC CascavelMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
19h00Sportivo Luqueño x Nacional-PARBet365Campeonato Uruguaio
19h30Caldense x GamaMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
20h00Jacuipense x PaysanduDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
20h00PalmeirasCorinthiansBandCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino
20h00Emelec Universidad Católica del EcuadorBet365Campeonato Equatoriano
20h05Junior Barranquilla Alianza PetroleraFanatiz e Nuestra TeleCampeonato Colombiano
20h15Boston River River Plate-URUGolTV PlayCampeonato Uruguaio
20h30Fluminense GrêmioSporTV (-RJ) e Premiere 3Campeonato Brasileiro
20h30Ceará SportPremiere 4Campeonato Brasileiro
20h30Cruzeiro São PauloMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
20h30Los Angeles FC Portland TimbersDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Major League Soccer
20h30Seattle Sounders San Jose EarthquakesDAZNMajor League Soccer
20h30Houston Dynamo Colorado RapidsBet365Major League Soccer
20h30Minnesota United FC FC DallasBet365Major League Soccer
20h30Real Salt Lake Sporting Kansas CityBet365Major League Soccer
20h30Vancouver Whitecaps LA GalaxyBet365Major League Soccer
21h15Newell's Old Boys Boca JuniorsFanatizCampeonato Argentino
21h30Sol de América OlimpiaBet365Campeonato Uruguaio
22h06Santos Laguna Mazatlan FCBet365Campeonato Mexicano
22h10Atlético Nacional Deportivo PastoFanatiz e Nuestra TeleCampeonato Colombiano

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Jogos de Hoje 10/11

11h00 – Colo-Colo x Club De Deportes Antofagasta – Bet365 – Campeonato Chileno
13h00 – Binacional x Cantolao – Fanatiz e Nuestra Tele – Campeonato Peruano
13h30 – Al Khor x Al Duhail – Bet365 – Catar Star Cup
14h15 – Orense x Deportivo Cuenca – GolTV Play – Campeonato Equatoriano
15h00 – América-MG x Grêmio – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – Bahia x Palmeiras – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – Botafogo x Vasco – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – Sport x Atlético-MG – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – Corinthians x Chapecoense – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – Cruzeiro x São Paulo – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – Ceará x Internacional – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – Fluminense x Athletico-PR – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – Santos x Goiás – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – Vitória x Flamengo – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro sub-17
15h00 – XV de Jaú x Francana – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00 – São-Carlense x Inter de Bebedouro – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00 – Flamengo-SP x Brasilis – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00 – Amparo x Guarulhos – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00 – União Mogi x Manthiqueira – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00 – Atibaia x Comercial-SP – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
15h00 – Ferroviária x Velo Clube – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
15h00 – Novorizontino x Marília – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
15h00 – Progreso x Rentistas – Bet365 – Campeonato Uruguaio
15h15 – Universitario de Deportes x UTC de Cajamarca – Fanatiz e Nuestra Tele – Campeonato Peruano
16h00 – São José-SP x Atlético Mogi – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
16h00 – Deportivo La Equidad x Patriotas Boyacá – Bet365 – Campeonato Colombiano
16h30 – Técnico Universitario x El Nacional – GolTV Play – Campeonato Equatoriano
17h00 – Inter de Limeira x Primavera-SP – Mycujoo – Copa Paulista
17h00 – Campo Mourão x Fortaleza BC – DAZN – NBB
17h15 – Montevideo Wanderers x Cerro Largo – Bet365 – Campeonato Uruguaio
17h30 – Deportivo Municipal x Cusco FC – Fanatiz e Nuestra Tele – Campeonato Peruano
18h00 – Independiente Medellín x Atlético Bucaramanga – Bet365 – Campeonato Colombiano
19h00 – CSA x Chapecoense – SporTV e Premiere – Campeonato Brasileiro Série B
20h00 – Flamengo x Minas – ESPN – NBB
20h00 – Sporting Cristal x Alianza Universidad – Fanatiz e Nuestra Tele – Campeonato Peruano
20h05 – Deportivo Pereira x Millonarios FC – Bet365 – Campeonato Colombiano
20h45 – General Díaz x Libertad – Bet365 – Campeonato Paraguaio
20h45 – River Plate-PAR x Guaireña FC – Bet365 – Campeonato Paraguaio
21h30 – Confiança x Botafogo-SP – SporTV e Premiere – Campeonato Brasileiro Série B
22h10 – Independiente Santa Fe x Deportes Tolima – Fanatiz e Nuestra Tele – Campeonato Colombiano
Clique AQUI e ganhe 30 dias de DAZN Grátis
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2020.11.09 15:41 futebolstats Lista dos Jogos de Hoje – Como Assistir Futebol Ao Vivo na TV e Guia dos jogos na Internet (09/11)

Confira a nossa lista de como assistir os principais jogos de Futebol Ao Vivo na TV que vão acontecer hoje no mundo da bola. A programação e a agenda dos jogos de hoje e os horários abaixo estão no horário padrão de Brasília. Todas as partidas e estão sujeitas a mudanças por determinação das emissoras e federações que organizam os campeonatos. Confira abaixo os jogos e suas transmissões.
ACESSE A PÁGINA COM A PROGRAMAÇÃO AO VIVO

Futebol Ao Vivo

Acompanhe todos os jogos AO VIVO
HoraJogosCanalCompetição
00h00Cruz Azul 1 x 2 PumasBet365Campeonato Mexicano
01h00Vegalta Sendai 0 x 3 Sagan TosuBet365Campeonato Japonês
02h00Yokohama FC 2 x 1 Vissel KobeBet365Campeonato Japonês
08h00FK Khimki 2 x 0 Rubin KazanRussian Premier Liga (Youtube)Campeonato Russo
08h15FC Utrecht 0 x 3 AjaxESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Holandês
08h30Lazio 1 x 1 JuventusTNT e EI PlusCampeonato Italiano
08h35Jiangsu Suning 0 x 0 Guangzhou EvergrandeESPNCampeonato Chinês
09h00West Bromwich 0 x 1 TottenhamESPN BrasilCampeonato Inglês
09h00Brest 3 x 2 LilleOnefootballCampeonato Francês
09h00Chelsea x EvertonThe FA PlayerThe FA Women's Super League
09h00Manchester United x ArsenalThe FA PlayerThe FA Women's Super League
09h00Motherwell 1 x 4 CelticESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Escocês
09h00Havant & Waterlooville x Cray Valley Paper MillsBet365Copa da Liga Inglesa
09h00Scunthorpe United x Solihull MoorsBet365Copa da Liga Inglesa
09h30Antwerp x Standard de LiègeESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Belga
09h30Darmstadt 0 x 4 PaderbornOnefootballCampeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
09h30St. Pauli 0 x 3 KarlsruherOnefootballCampeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
09h30Jahn Regensburg 2 x 4 VfL OsnabrückOnefootballCampeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
10h00Getafe 1 x 3 VillarrealFox Premium 1Campeonato Espanhol
10h00Araçatuba x TanabiMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
10h00Independente-SP x Rio Branco-SPMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
10h00Sabadell 1 x 2 MálagaESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
10h30Feyenoord 2 x 0 FC GroningenESPNCampeonato Holandês
10h30CSKA Moscou x FC RostovBandsports e Russian Premier Liga (Youtube)Campeonato Russo
10h30LASK Linz x Flyeralarm AdmiraOneFootballCampeonato Austríaco
10h30Wolfsberger AC x SK Sturm GrazOneFootballCampeonato Austríaco
10h30Vitesse x EmmenBet365Campeonato Holandês
11h00Leicester x WolverhamptonESPN BrasilCampeonato Inglês
11h00Atalanta x InternazionaleSporTV e Rai ItáliaCampeonato Italiano
11h00Genoa x RomaEI PlusCampeonato Italiano
11h00Torino x CrotoneEI PlusCampeonato Italiano
11h00Bandeirante-SP x AndradinaMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
11h00Birmingham x West HamThe FA PlayerThe FA Women's Super League
11h00Brighton x Aston VillaThe FA PlayerThe FA Women's Super League
11h00Lens x ReimsBet365Campeonato Francês
11h00Lorient x NantesBet365Campeonato Francês
11h00Metz x DijonBet365Campeonato Francês
11h00Nîmes x AngersBet365Campeonato Francês
11h00Arsenal de Sarandí x Atlético TucumánFanatizCampeonato Argentino
11h15Umuarama x Praia ClubeTV BrasilLNF
11h30Wolfsburg x HoffenheimOnefootballCampeonato Alemão
11h30Eastbourne Borough x BlackpoolBet365Copa da Liga Inglesa
12h00Alcorcón x CF FuenlabradaESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
12h00Rayo Vallecano x AlmeríaESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
12h00Nacional da Madeira x Gil VicenteBet365Campeonato Português
12h00Farense x BoavistaBet365Campeonato Português
12h00Basel x FC SionBet365Campeonato Suíço
12h00FC Vaduz x ServetteBet365Campeonato Suíço
12h00Young Boys x FC St. Gallen 1879Bet365Campeonato Suíço
12h15Real Sociedad x GranadaFox SportsCampeonato Espanhol
12h45Heerenveen x AZ AlkmaarBet365Campeonato Holandês
13h00Nice x MonacoOnefootballCampeonato Francês
13h00Dínamo Moscou x Lokomotiv MoscowBandsports e Russian Premier Liga (Youtube)Campeonato Russo
13h00Zenit x KrasnodarRussian Premier Liga (Youtube)Campeonato Russo
13h00Rapid Wien x Red Bull SalzburgOneFootballCampeonato Austríaco
13h00Sivasspor x GalatasarayBet365Campeonato Turco
13h30Manchester City x LiverpoolESPN BrasilCampeonato Inglês
14h00Bologna x NapoliBand, TNT e EI PlusCampeonato Italiano
14h00Bayer Leverkusen x Borussia MönchengladbachOnefootballCampeonato Alemão
14h15Gent x AnderlechtESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Belga
14h15Real Oviedo x CD CastellónESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
14h15Mallorca x SD PonferradinaESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
14h30Levante x AlavésESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol
14h30Valladolid x Athletic BilbaoFox Premium 1Campeonato Espanhol
14h30Porto x PortimonenseFox Sports e RTP InternacionalCampeonato Português
14h30Bahia x SportMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Potiguar x Vitória da ConquistaMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h00Central x ABCMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h00Bragantino-PA x Ji-ParanáMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h00Náutico x Cruzeiro-RNMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Auto Esporte-PB x UDAMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Juventus-SP x Foz CataratasMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Goiás x Real BrasíliaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Napoli-SC x FluminenseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00Chapecoense x ToledoMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00América-MG x CorinthiansMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Botafogo x FluminenseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Flamengo x CearáMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Internacional x Athletico-PRMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Santos x BahiaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Sport x GoiásMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Vasco x GrêmioMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Vitória x ChapecoenseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
15h00Grêmio Prudente x Osvaldo CruzMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00Elosport x União BarbarenseMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00Ska Brasil x JabaquaraMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00Barcelona-SP x MauáMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h00Avaí x Red Bull BragantinoMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00CRB x CoritibaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Ceará x FluminenseMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Grêmio x CorinthiansMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Paraná x Vila NovaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Paysandu x FortalezaMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Santos x JuventudeMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
15h00Toluca x LeónDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Mexicano
15h00Danubio x FénixGolTV PlayCampeonato Uruguaio
15h30Guarany de Sobral x Atlético-PBMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h30Juventude Timonense x Santos Dumont-SEMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h30Tupã x AssisenseMycujooCampeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
15h30Tubarão x São JoséTV NSportsLNF
15h45Altos x Juventude SamasMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Vasco x PalmeirasGlobo e Premiere 4Campeonato Brasileiro
16h00Internacional x CoritibaGlobo, Premiere 2 e TNTCampeonato Brasileiro
16h00Sampaio Corrêa x VitóriaGlobo (MA e BA), SporTV (-MA) e Premiere 3Campeonato Brasileiro Série B
16h00Itabaiana x JacyobáMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Operário VG x Vitória-ESMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Sinop x BaréMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
16h00Tiradentes-PI x OratórioMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
16h00SERC x Atlético-GOMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
16h00Brasil de Farroupilha x Athletico-PRMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
16h00Palmeiras x Atlético-MGBandCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
16h00PSV Eindhoven x Willem II TilburgESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Holandês
16h00Palestino x Universidad CatólicaBet365Campeonato Chileno
16h15Arsenal x Aston VillaDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Inglês
16h15Gimnasia y Esgrima x Vélez SarsfieldFanatizCampeonato Argentino
16h30Tenerife x Real ZaragozaESPN APP (WatchESPN)Campeonato Espanhol 2ª Divisão
16h45Milan x Hellas VeronaBandsports, Rai Itália e EI PlusCampeonato Italiano
17h00Valencia x Real MadridESPN BrasilCampeonato Espanhol
17h00Lyon x Saint-ÉtienneOnefootballCampeonato Francês
17h00Benfica x BragaFox SportsCampeonato Português
17h30New York Red Bulls x Toronto FCDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Major League Soccer
17h30Philadelphia Union x New England RevolutionESPN 2Major League Soccer
17h30Chicago Fire x New York City FCBet365Major League Soccer
17h30Columbus Crew x Atlanta UnitedBet365Major League Soccer
17h30DC United x Montreal ImpactBet365Major League Soccer
17h30Inter Miami CF x FC CincinnatiBet365Major League Soccer
17h30Orlando City x Nashville SCBet365Major League Soccer
18h00Remo x TrezeDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
18h00Atlético-AC x VilhenenseMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
18h00São Paulo x Avaí/KindermannTwitter @BRFemininoCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino
18h00Once Caldas x Deportivo CaliFanatiz e Nuestra TeleCampeonato Colombiano
18h00Peñarol x Deportivo MaldonadoGolTV PlayCampeonato Uruguaio
18h00Joinville x AssoevaSporTV 2LNF
18h15Red Bull Bragantino x SantosTNT e Premiere 5Campeonato Brasileiro
18h15Atlético-MG x FlamengoPremiere FCCampeonato Brasileiro
18h15Bahia x BotafogoPremiere 6Campeonato Brasileiro
18h15CRB x JuventudePremiere 7Campeonato Brasileiro Série B
18h45Unión de Santa Fe x Racing ClubFanatizCampeonato Argentino
19h00Mirassol x FC CascavelMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
19h00Sportivo Luqueño x Nacional-PARBet365Campeonato Uruguaio
19h30Caldense x GamaMycujoo (CBF TV)Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
20h00Jacuipense x PaysanduDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
20h00PalmeirasCorinthiansBandCampeonato Brasileiro Feminino
20h00Emelec Universidad Católica del EcuadorBet365Campeonato Equatoriano
20h05Junior Barranquilla Alianza PetroleraFanatiz e Nuestra TeleCampeonato Colombiano
20h15Boston River River Plate-URUGolTV PlayCampeonato Uruguaio
20h30Fluminense GrêmioSporTV (-RJ) e Premiere 3Campeonato Brasileiro
20h30Ceará SportPremiere 4Campeonato Brasileiro
20h30Cruzeiro São PauloMycujooCampeonato Brasileiro sub-20
20h30Los Angeles FC Portland TimbersDAZN - (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS)Major League Soccer
20h30Seattle Sounders San Jose EarthquakesDAZNMajor League Soccer
20h30Houston Dynamo Colorado RapidsBet365Major League Soccer
20h30Minnesota United FC FC DallasBet365Major League Soccer
20h30Real Salt Lake Sporting Kansas CityBet365Major League Soccer
20h30Vancouver Whitecaps LA GalaxyBet365Major League Soccer
21h15Newell's Old Boys Boca JuniorsFanatizCampeonato Argentino
21h30Sol de América OlimpiaBet365Campeonato Uruguaio
22h06Santos Laguna Mazatlan FCBet365Campeonato Mexicano
22h10Atlético Nacional Deportivo PastoFanatiz e Nuestra TeleCampeonato Colombiano

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Jogos de Hoje 09/11

15h00 – Goiânia x Águia Negra – TV Brasil e Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h00 – São Luiz x Caxias – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
15h00 – Botafogo x Atlético-MG – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro Feminino Série A2
15h00 – Comercial x Linense – Mycujoo – Campeonato Paulista Sub-20
15h30 – Sampaio Corrêa x Santa Cruz – Mycujoo – Campeonato Brasileiro de Aspirantes
16h30 – Holstein Kiel x Hamburgo – Onefootball – Campeonato Alemão 2ª Divisão
20h00 – Cruzeiro x Guarani – SporTV (-MG), Premiere FC – Campeonato Brasileiro Série B
20h00 – Brusque x Boa Esporte – DAZN – (ASSISTA AQUI DE GRAÇA POR 30 DIAS) – Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
Clique AQUI e ganhe 30 dias de DAZN Grátis
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2020.11.04 03:41 futebolstats A Carreira de Alphonso Davies em Números

Quando cita-se um dos melhores laterais esquerdos da atualidade, Alphonso Davies que atualmente defende o Bayern de Munique da Alemanha e a Seleção Canadense, deve ser levado em conta.
Alphonso Boyle Davies nasceu em 02/11/2000 em Buduburam, em Gana. Antes de chegar ao estrelato e jogar pelo Bayern de Munique, Davies enfrentou muitas adversidades. Porém, o que mais se sabe sobre a vida de Davies? Por quais clubes ele jogou? Quais feitos o jovem lateral-esquerdo atingiu até aqui?

Juvenil

Alphonso Davies é filho de pais liberianos – Libéria, país africano – e nasceu em Buduburam, um campo de refugiados em Gana. Seu pai, Debeah Davies, e sua mãe, Victoria Davies, viviam originalmente em Monróvia, capital da Libéria. Eles fugiram do país durante a Segunda Guerra Civil da Libéria, que deslocou mais de 450 mil liberianos. Quando Alphonso tinha apenas 5 anos de idade, ele e sua família mudaram-se para Edmonton, Canadá. Em 6 de junho de 2017, Davies recebeu a cidadania canadense; até então ele era um cidadão liberiano. Alphonso é o quarto filho mais novo de 6 irmãos.
Davies frequentou St Nicholas Catholic Junior High, um distrito escolar católico de Edmonton. Seu colega de time de futebol da escola, Onesphore Hamis, lembrou: “Futebol era o que ele queria, mas o idioma era um problema.”_Seu colega de classe de teatro, Chernoh Fahnbulleh, emigrado do mesmo país que Davies recordou: _“Ele falava inglês mas era, tipo, um inglês quebrado.”
Nesta mesma época, como já foi dito acima, a paixão de Davies era o futebol e curiosamente, Davies jogou futebol organizado pela primeira vez com a Free Footie, uma liga de futebol pós-escolar para alunos de escolas primárias que não tinham condições de pagar as taxas de inscrição e equipamentos, ou que não tinham transporte para os jogos.
Depois de jogar pelo Edmonton Internationals em 2005, ingressou nas categorias de base do Edmonton Strikers no ano seguinte (2006) e em 2015, Davies se juntou ao Whitecaps FC Residency com a idade de 14 anos e a partir deste ponto, o sucesso do garoto nascido em um campo de refugiados, começou a se desenhar.

A Carreira de Alphonso Davies em Números

Vancouver Whitecaps

Categorias de Base

Depois de ingressar nas categorias de base do Vancouver Whitecaps, durante uma turnê de pré-temporada da MLS 2016 – Principal Campeonato de Futebol dos Estados Unidos e do Canadá -, Davies assinou com o Whitecaps FC 2, time que disputava a USL – 2ª Divisão do Futebol Estadunidense – em 23 de fevereiro de 2016. Na época da sua assinatura, ele se tornou o jogador mais jovem a assinar um contrato com um time da USL; ele tinha apenas 15 anos e 3 meses de idade.
Davies fez sua estreia profissional pelo Whitecaps FC 2 com apenas 15 anos e 5 meses de idade em abril de 2016. Em 15/05/2016, ele marcou seu primeiro gol como profissional, tornando-se o atleta mais jovem da história da USL a marcar um tento, com 15 anos e 6 meses de idade. Este recorde foi mantido por Davies até o ano de 2020. Ele marcou 2 gols em 11 jogos disputados pelo Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2.

2016

Davies foi selecionado para os jogos do time principal do Vancouver Whitecaps para a disputa do Campeonato Canadense de 2016 em um contrato de curto prazo. Em 2 de junho, no primeiro confronto da semifinal do campeonato nacional, Carl Robinson – técnico do Whitecaps nessa época – promoveu a estreia de Alphonso como profissional quando o colocou em campo no lugar de Ben McKendry aos 27 minutos da segunda etapa, contudo esta foi uma estreia para se esquecer, pois o Ottawa Fury venceu o Whitecaps por 2-0. Na semana seguinte, mais precisamente em 09/06/2016, Davies iniciou entre os titulares e o Vancouver Whitecaps conseguiu reverter a desvantagem do jogo de ida e venceu por 3-0.
Posteriormente, o Vancouver Whitecaps enfrentou o Toronto FC na final e após um revés por 1-0 no primeiro confronto, venceu o segundo por 2-1, porém com o critério do gol fora de casa, o Toronto FC se sagrou campeão do Campeonato Canadense de 2016.
Em 15/07/2016, Davies assinou um novo contrato com o Whitecaps, contrato no qual estendia seu vínculo com o clube até o ano de 2018, com opções de renovação para as temporadas de 2019 e de 2020. Na época de sua assinatura, ele era o jogador ativo mais jovem na Major League Soccer – Campeonato que conta com times dos EUA e alguns clubes do Canadá – e o terceiro jogador mais jovem a assinar um contrato com a MLS. Davies fez sua estreia na MLS no dia seguinte, tornando-se o segundo jogador mais jovem a jogar por este campeonato, ficando atrás apenas de Freddy Adu.
Em 14/09/2016, em partida válida pela 3ª rodada da fase de grupos da CONCACAF Champions League (Liga dos Campeões da CONCACAF), Davies marcou seu primeiro tento como profissional na vitória por 3-1 sobre o Sporting Kansas City dos Estados Unidos.
Com o passar do tempo, o jovem garoto de 15 anos foi se aprimorando e com isso, conquistou seu espaço entre os titulares dos Caps – Vancouver Whitecaps – e consequentemente, se tornou o segundo titular mais jovem da história da MLS quando começou um jogo contra o Colorado Rapids em 25/09/2016.
Em 03/10/2016, em jogo da 32ª rodada da MLS, Davies jogou como titular novamente e sofreu o pênalti que foi convertido por Pedro Morales no revés por 2-1 ante o Seattle Sounders no BC Place Stadium (estádio do Whitecaps).
Em suma, na sua 1ª temporada como profissional, Alphonso Davies disputou 15 partidas, fez 1 gol e proveu uma assistência. Quanto ao Vancouver Whitecaps, foi vice-campeão do Campeonato Canadense, terminou em 16º lugar na Major League Soccer e se classificou para a fase de mata-mata da Liga dos Campeões da CONCACAF.
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2017

Pelo segundo confronto das quartas de final da Liga dos Campeões da CONCACAF contra o New York Red Bulls dos Estados Unidos, em 3 de março de 2017, Davies marcou o primeiro gol da vitória dos Caps por 2-0 sobre o time estadunidense. Com um empate em 1-1 no primeiro confronto, a equipe canadense levou a melhor no placar agregado – 3 a 1 – e com isso seguiu adiante na competição. Posteriormente, o Vancouver Whitecaps foi eliminado pelo Tigres do México na semifinal.
Após o gol marcado contra o New York Red Bulls, o jovem lateral-esquerdo de apenas 16 anos de idade só voltou a balançar as redes em 24/05/2017 no primeiro confronto da semifinal do Campeonato Canadense, ao qual o Vancouver Whitecaps venceu o Montreal Impact por 2-1. Além de ter feito 1 gol, também contribuiu com assistência para o gol de Nicolás Mezquida. No segundo confronto entre as duas equipes na semana seguinte, em 31/05/2017, Davies entrou em campo logo após o intervalo no lugar de Mezquida e marcou o primeiro gol dos Caps no revés por 4-2 ante o Impact. Com o placar agregado de 5-4, o Montreal Impact se classificou para a final.
Em 24/08/2017, em jogo da 26ª rodada da MLS, o camisa 67 dos Caps – Davies – entrou em campo aos 11 minutos da segunda etapa no lugar de Cristian Techera e 8 minutos depois, deu o passe para o tento marcado por Fredy Montero no empate em 1-1 com o Seattle Sounders no BC Place Stadium.
Após suas primeiras aparições na MLS, Davies atraiu o interesse de alguns clubes europeus, tais como Manchester United, Chelsea e Liverpool – equipes inglesas – e também foi eleito um dos 60 melhores jovens talentos do futebol mundial em 2017.
Em suma, em sua 2ª temporada com a camisa dos Caps, Alphonso Davies disputou 33 partidas, fez 3 gols e proveu duas assistências. Quanto ao Vancouver Whitecaps, terminou em 8º lugar na Major League Soccer, foi eliminado nas semifinais da Liga dos Campeões da CONCACAF e do Campeonato Canadense e também caiu nas quartas de final da Copa da MLS.
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3 gols dos quais 2 foram pelo Campeonato Canadense e 1 pela fase mata-mata da Liga dos Campeões da CONCACAF

2018

Na estreia dos Caps nessa edição da MLS em 5 de março de 2018, Davies iniciou entre os titulares e marcou seu primeiro tento neste campeonato no triunfo por 2-1 sobre o Montreal Impact. Além do tento marcado, proveu assistência para o gol de Kei Kamara.
Após o gol marcado contra o Montreal Impacts na 1ª rodada da Major League Soccer, Alphonso só voltou a balançar as redes em 10/06/2018, em jogo da 16ª rodada da MLS, ao qual o Vancouver Whitecaps impôs uma goleada de 5-2 sobre o Orlando City. Além do tento marcado, o camisa 67 dos Caps proveu assistências para os gols de Kei Kamara, Yordy Reyna e de Nicolás Mezquida.
Em 15/07/2018, em partida válida pela 20ª rodada da Major League Soccer, Davies marcou seu 3º tento nessa temporada no revés por 3-1 ante o DC United.
Pela 22ª rodada da MLS em 29/07/2018, o camisa 67 dos Caps marcou seu primeiro doblete – ocorre quando um jogador faz 2 gols numa mesma partida – como profissional na vitória por 4-2 sobre o Minnesota United. Além dos tentos marcados, contribuiu com assistências para os gols de Reyna e de Kamara.
Em 29 de junho de 2018, Davies foi incluído no elenco da MLS All-Star para a disputa da MLS All-Star Game 2018 que teve início em 1º de agosto e logo de cara, o Vancouver Whitecaps jogou contra a Juventus da Itália. Davies fez uma aparição durante a partida, que terminou com uma derrota nos pênaltis por 5-3 diante do time italiano após um empate por 1-1 no tempo regulamentar.
Posteriormente, Davies foi eleito o “Jogador do Ano” do Vancouver Whitecaps FC em 24/10/2018 e também recebeu o prêmio de Gol do Ano do Whitecaps. No último jogo de Davies com a camisa do Vancouver Whitecaps em 28/10/2018, partida válida pela última rodada (34ª) dessa edição da MLS, ele marcou os gols da vitória por 2–1 sobre o Portland Timbers no BC Place Stadium.
Em suma, em sua última temporada com a camisa dos Caps, Alphonso Davies disputou 33 partidas, fez 8 gols e proveu 10 assistências. Quanto ao Vancouver Whitecaps, foi vice-campeão do Campeonato Canadense e terminou em 14º lugar na Major League Soccer.
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Bayern de Munique

2018-19

Alphonso Davies sendo apresentado como novo reforço do Bayern de MuniqueEm 25 de julho de 2018, o Vancouver Whitecaps anunciou que havia chegado a um acordo com o Bayern de Munique da Alemanha, uma transferência multimilionária de Davies para o clube alemão. Acordou-se que o jovem lateral-esquerdo naturalizado canadense se apresentaria ao Bayern em janeiro de 2019 e com isso, ele jogaria até o fim daquele ano (2018) com a camisa dos Caps. A taxa básica para a transferência foi de 13,5 milhões de dólares (cerca de 77,4 milhões de reais) com bônus relacionados ao desempenho totalizando US$ 22 milhões (cerca de 126,1 milhões de reais), um recorde para a MLS na época, mais tarde o valor desta transferência foi superado pela compra de Miguel Almirón junto ao Newcastle United da Inglaterra.
Davies teve sua primeira sessão de treinos com o Bayern em 21/11/2018 e fez sua estreia pelo novo clube em 12 de janeiro de 2019 contra o Borussia Mönchengladbach na final da Telekom Cup, a qual o time bávaro – Bayern de Munique – venceu nos pênaltis após um empate sem gols no tempo regulamentar e na prorrogação.
Em 27/01/2019, em jogo da 19ª rodada da Bundesliga (Campeonato Alemão), Niko Kovač promoveu a estreia de Davies quando o colocou em campo aos 41 minutos da segunda etapa no lugar de Kingsley Coman de um jogo no qual o Bayern venceu o Stuttgart por 4-1 na Allianz Arena (estádio do Bayern).
Pela 26ª rodada do Campeonato Alemão, em 17/03/2019, o lateral-esquerdo canadense entrou em campo aos 14 minutos da segunda etapa no lugar de David Alaba e 11 minutos depois, fez seu primeiro gol pelo novo clube, um gol que selou o resultado da partida; goleada do time bávaro por 6-0 sobre o Mainz 05. Ao fazê-lo, e com a idade de 18 anos, 4 meses e 15 dias de idade, Davies tornou-se o jogador mais jovem desde Roque Santa Cruz, 20 anos antes, a marcar pelo clube. Ele é o primeiro jogador canadense a marcar um tento com a camisa do Bayern.
Em 18/05/2019, Davies conquistou seu primeiro título da carreira – Bundesliga – com o time bávaro terminando 2 pontos na frente do Borussia Dortmund. Uma semana depois, o canadense conquistou seu segundo título pelo novo clube – Copa da Alemanha – na vitória do Bayern por 3-0 sobre o RB Leipzig. Davies viu o Bayern se sagrar campeão do banco de reservas.
Em suma, em sua 1ª temporada na Alemanha, Alphonso Davies marcou 1 tento em 6 partidas disputadas. Quanto ao Bayern de Munique, além de ter sido campeão do Campeonato Alemão, da Copa da Alemanha e da Supercopa da Alemanha, foi eliminado nas oitavas de final da UEFA Champions League (Liga dos Campeões da Europa).
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2019-20

Em 3 de agosto de 2019, na decisão da Supercopa da Alemanha, Davies entrou no lugar de Thomas Müller aos 21 minutos do segundo tempo, mas ainda assim o Borussia Dortmund foi superior e venceu o Bayern por 2-0 e consequentemente, sagrou-se campeão desta edição da Supercopa da Alemanha.
Em 31/08/2019, em jogo da 3ª rodada da Bundesliga, o camisa 19 do time bávaro – Davies – entrou em campo aos 22 minutos da segunda etapa no lugar de Ivan Perišić e 14 minutos depois, fez o gol que fechou o placar da partida; goleada por 6-1 sobre o Mainz 05 na Allianz Arena.
Pela 9ª rodada do Campeonato Alemão em 26/10/2019, Niko Kovač promoveu a estreia do lateral-esquerdo canadense entre os titulares e no seu primeiro jogo como titular, vitória do Bayern por 2-1 sobre o Union Berlin. Na rodada seguinte, em 02/11/2019, no seu 19º aniversário, Davies proveu assistência para o gol de Robert Lewandowski na derrota por 5-1 contra o Eintracht Frankfurt fora de casa. Este resultado culminou com a demissão de Kovač e com isso, Hans-Dieter Flick, até então técnico auxiliar, assume o comando do time bávaro.
Em 06/11/2019, em partida válida pela 4ª rodada da fase de grupos da Champions League, Flick escalou Davies entre os titulares e na estreia do canadense em um jogo neste torneio, vitória dos bávaros por 2-0 sobre o Olympiacos da Grécia na Allianz Arena. Ao longo desta temporada, o canadense jogou como lateral-esquerdo e em decorrência disso, David Alaba teve de fazer outra função e sendo assim, passou a atuar como zagueiro. Davies recebeu muitos elogios durante seu tempo nessa função, ganhando uma reputação precoce como um dos melhores laterais esquerdos do mundo.

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2020-21


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Títulos que conquistou pelo Bayern de Munique - UEFA Champions League: 2019-20 - Supercopa da UEFA: 2020 - Bundesliga: 2018-19 e 2019-20 - Copa da Alemanha: 2018-19 e 2019-20 - Supercopa da Alemanha: 2020
- O vídeo abaixo mostra todos os gols e assistências de Davies com a camisa do Bayern na temporada 2019-20 - Este vídeo foi publicado no YouTube em 17 de agosto de 2020pela Bundesliga

Números de Davies na Seleção Canadense

Canadá

Seleções de Base


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Prêmios individuais - Chuteira de Ouro da Copa Ouro da CONCACAF de 2017 - Melhor Jogador Jovem da Copa Ouro da CONCACAF de 2017 - Seleção da Copa Ouro da CONCACAF de 2017 - 60 jovens promessas do futebol mundial de 2017 (The Guardian) - Equipe ideal da Liga dos Campeõesda UEFA: 2019–20
Artilharias - Copa Ouro da CONCACAF de 2017 (3 gols)

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2020.08.07 22:43 whipnil Medical Myths Part IV: The Black Death and Mad Cow Disease

So after I wrote up part 3, my posts across another two different subs conspiracy and conspiracyNOPOL got raided hard by pro jabbers. Someone mentioned there was some decent keywords in my post that would have summoned them so we'll leave them to it and move on to another book that I heard about on a recent podcast I was listening to.
A new light on the Black Death.
"Over the years doubts have been expressed about the accepted view that the Black Death was caused by bubonic plague. By looking at the evidence of tree-rings and ice cores, Mike Baillie, Professor of Dendrochronology at Queen's University, Belfast, has identified a series of natural catastrophes at the beginning of the fourteenth century, caused by meteor strikes. On the basis of the current scientific evidence and of contemporary accounts of the nature and spread of the disease, he is convinced that the disease was air-borne not carried by rats. This fascinating book reveals the detective that led to this revolutionary conclusion."
Now for some of the reviews.
📷 Joe Keenan
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Read
Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2017
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An amazing book, author takes two rather boring (at least on the surface) topics, tree ring data and ice core study, and weaves them into an enthralling study of the "plague" that ravage Europe, really much of the world it seems (judging by what happened in the American South West). In short, author avers that the bubonic plague was not the plague that devastated the world/Europe. Rather, a close pass from a comet introduced biologicals into the atmosphere and these biologicals caused/interacted to cause the epidemics. Author marshals an impressive body of evidence to advance his position. It should be also noted that author is a first class writer, if, like me, you love graphs and plots they're here. Enjoy! Think graphs and plots slow the story down? Skip them, it won't affect the tale. This is very impressive, not too many people can write on two different levels simultaneously, and succeed. Mike Baille does!
Along the way he also opines on the modern misreading of 14th century and earlier writers, and how this misreading affected the interpretation of data. In short, pre-scientific writers/historians used kennings as metaphors, just as the Viking Bard's did. A Viking Bard would of said, "The sword sweat flowed......," Modern's, being blinded by materialsm, would just say, "..blood flowed; the poetic is noticeably absent. Author argues persuasively that description of dragons fighting in the sky, and rivers, the fall of worms and toads, are all metaphors for comets, fireballs, and electrical discharges; this make so much sense you wonder why you didn't think of this. Since, modern cosmology did not exist in the 7th century how would the ancients describe observed cosmological phenomena? Well, they would use Biblical imagery/kennings as this would resonate with everyone in their culture. Author compares the Biblical imagery of Sodom and Gomorrah with an ancient European text and hits it out of the ballpark, amazing!
📷 Phung Minh Hoang
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2008
This is a scientific book that reads like a detective novel. For the first time, Baillie takes a cross-disciplinary approach to study what happened during the Black Death in Europe in the 14th century. A large amount of evidence is gathered from diverse fields of studies such as tree ring, ice core to mythology to present a convincing case that what caused the Black Death was not at all what the consensus has taken it to be. Rather than the bubonic plague, Baillie shows that the event that killed up to half Europe's population was caused by toxic substances released by cometary impacts from space.
"Why should I care about what caused the Black Death?," you may ask. It is because what happened in the past may well happen in our future. Baillie shows in the book that the Black Death is not just an isolated event but part of a series of cataclysms caused by comets. And he is but one of the warning voices about this danger facing humanity. According to new research, notably by Victor Clube in The Cosmic Winter , the probability of cometary impact in a century period is very high. An example of it being the Tunguska impact at the early 20th century. Imagine what the effect would have been if that comet had landed on a city instead of a remote place.
So I would highly recommend this book to everyone to learn more about this subject. Acquiring knowledge is the first step in dealing with any threat, especially one with global implication like this. To be forewarned is to be forearmed.
📷 Allen I. Branson 5.0 out of 5 stars Like a detective story Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2008 Unless you are a history buff specializing in pandemics you may well be thinking, "why would I care about a book on the Black Death?" I thought the same thing, until I read it at the recommendation of a friend. What a great read!
Not only did I learn a lot about the ways in which historical data is gathered from tree rings and ice core samples, Baillie relates all of that to world wide mythology in a way that, by the end of the book, starts making complete sense in a way it never did before. Suddenly, weird stories about heroes morphing into bizarre creatures in Ireland and dragons fighting battles in the air in China not only made sense but were pretty clearly different culture's ways of describing the same events.
In terms of historical studies, that is already interesting enough. The core of the book, however, is almost mind blowing. The point of it is this: not only was the Black Death likely due to the explosion of a comet or cometary fragment in Earth's atmosphere, but that these things likely happen far more frequently than anyone has imagined and on a fairly regular basis.
To prove to yourself that his hypothesis is at least feasible, do a search on the word "fireball" and see just how many are reported. You might notice something interesting in what you find. Not only are there far more sightings of these things that you'd think, they are on the increase! In other words, it looks as if we are heading into a danger zone in space much like during the time of the Black Death and several other times in history that have been probably incorrectly seen as pandemics.
One other point that is not explicitly made in the book but that bears thinking about is the effect on our weather of all of the dust that is brought in by these fireballs. How much of global warming is due to this rather than alleged greenhouse gases? Baillie's research clearly shows global climate change during these danger times in the past. Tree growth slowed across the globe just prior to the Black Death and many other such events.
An must read for both its historical significance and for bringing new data to present debates. I loved this book! 8 people found this helpful HelpfulComment Report abuse
📷 Lynne Grey 5.0 out of 5 stars A very good gathering of facts Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2008 It is interesting to note that historians would rather rearrange facts to make them fit their theories, and nothing points it out like what happened in explaining the Black Death. Rather than take what was being said by those who experienced at face value, those who were studying this seemed to think that these people just simply couldn't have known what they were talking about.
Now, Baillie has shown with tree ring and ice core samples just how wrong the historians got it. And this is not a dry read. It is put in fairly plain language for all to understand.
One might ask just why the historians would not even look at the fact that comets may have been to blame for the plague, when everyone who wrote about it mentioned the fire from the skies, rain of fire, fiery snow, bad air.....the list is endless.
These are things that we should learn about so that in the event that it should happen again, we won't be unprepared and will know what is actually happening.
It is a very interesting read.
📷 John W. Rinehold 5.0 out of 5 stars Comets hydrocarbons and the plague Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2009 This well written account of the world wide disaster was written by a professor emeritus. Thus it must be considered from a high vantage point. The evidence presented (with footnotes) is overwhelming. Polyaromatic hydrocarbons, a known substance on comets, was the agent that poisoned people across China and Europe. Tree rings, ice cores and text all point to this as the only solution. No, it wasn't the bubonic plague and rats, rather it was debris (highly poisonous HCN etc) from a known comet that broght the black plague and previous plagues to earth. 4 people found this helpful HelpfulComment Report abuse
📷 Rod Chilton 5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book! Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2009 I think that this book is a very fine book indeed! I believe that Dr. Baillie has proposed an intriguing and very plausible theory for what took place both at the time of the Black Death 600 to 700 years ago and also another lesser known plague that took place in the middle of the 6th century A.D. The premise that is at the heart of Dr. Baillie's thesis is that the plagues spread so rapidly so as to exclude the present most popular idea of a rat spread event. Rather, the idea he favours is a far more rapid air borne cause. 3 people found this helpful
📷 Fred Mrozek
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't just remember the past.
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2007
"Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it." To that we should add, that those who do not understand the past, though they may remember it, are still at risk of repeating it. This book is an attempt to help us understand what may have caused the Black Plague. And in so doing, we might find out that the avoidance of a repeat may depend on a crew of folks whom you probably least expect.
If the Black Plague and other previous plagues were merely diseases spread by rats, why are there anomalous amounts of ammonia and nitrates concentrated in the ice cores at depths that correspond to AD 1348, 1014, 626, 539 and 430 B.C. ? And why are there sharp climatological events in the Dendrochronological(tree ring) record at many of these dates? What did ancient authors try to tell us about these events? Which of these authors credibility blossoms in the light of new evidence and which of them wilt?
What could the Siberian (Tunguska) atmospheric explosion in 1908 have to do with understanding a great plague 600 years earlier?
If you read this book, you will be amazed at the detective work that must have been required to write it. And you will be fortunate to have been "tipped off" to a broader subject that will change the way we view the last 10,000 years of human history. That subject is the interaction between the Earth and other debris careening through our solar system in the forms of comets and near-earth asteroids. If Mike Baillie is right, a great plague event might eventually be prevented not by medical science, but by rocket science - in the form of asteroid interdiction. The amount of evidence for asteroid/comet impacts on the earth in the past five or ten thousand years, is rapidly increasing and this ground-based (geological and historical) evidence suggests that the frequencies of significant impacts on the Earth might be greater than astronomers currently expect on the basis of asteroid population statistics alone.
If knowledge and understanding of history can help us avoid future disasters, it is because of authors like Mike Baillie and books just like this one.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- One would think that dendrochronological evidence would be extremely objective for gathering air quality data and when such evidence has phenomenal explanatory power at revealing the real cause of a global pandemic that we would adjust to the truth and update our global knowledge through global health institutions and public reference material such as wikipedia. Unfortunately this is not the case. Not only is there any updating of the narrative what we will see below is there is suppression of legitimate and support for fraudulent science as it at best protects the profits of big pesticide, or at worse allows them to maintain their systematic efforts of poisoning the population.
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Organophosphate pesticides linked to BSE During the 1980s and early 1990s, cattle and cats (the species of animals that have developed BSE) were exclusively treated with systemically acting types of organophosphate (OP) insecticide which were designed to penetrate the entire physiological system of the animal, transforming the bloodstream into a toxic medium so as to kill off any unwanted parasites present.
In the context of cattle, the use of these systemic OP’s was subject to a compulsory government order for the eradication of warble fly. The UK government was unique in compelling a substantially higher biannual dose of this OP by comparison with the few other countries around the world that were following similar, less intensive measures to control this fly. Interestingly, these other countries, including Switzerland, France and Ireland, comprise the few other countries that are suffering from very small epidemics of BSE in their home-reared cows. The National Farmers Union, the Meat and Livestock Commission and The British Veterinary Association formed a united front with MAFF (Ministry of Agriculture, Fish and Forestry) to ensure that all farmers complied with the law and treated their cattle.
Systemic OP’s are recognized as exerting their toxic effect by entering the central nervous system and deforming the molecular shape of various nerve proteins. These chemically mutilated mutant proteins are subsequently rendered incapable of performing their proper function in the nerves. The known toxic effects of OP’s lead me to wonder whether the use of systemic OP’s on British cattle have caused have caused the malformation of another newly discovered brain protein called prion protein—the phenomenon that U.S. scientists have proposed as the cause of spongiform encephalopathies. Beyond Pesticides/National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides Vol. 23, No. 2, 2003 Pesticides and You Page 19 the malformation of another newly discovered brain protein called prion protein—the phenomenon that U.S. scientists have proposed as the cause of spongiform encephalopathies. Whilst some types of spongiform disease have been attributed to genetically acquired damage to the shape of the prion protein, the underlying cause of protein damage in the BSE and new variant CJD strain of the disease remains a mystery— amongst “open-minded” scientific circles, at any rate. OP’s are known to generate a highly
https://www.beyondpesticides.org/assets/media/documents/infoservices/pesticidesandyou/Summer%2003/mad_cow.pdf
The author of that paper Mark Purdey actually has a relatively intact wikipedia page for him with testimonials from other notable scientists as to the merit of his hypothesis.
Purdey died of a Brain Tumour in 2006 at 53 as can be read briefly in his obituary in the guardian. Interestingly in the obituary there is also a mention of the Spanish Cooking Oil Incident. In 1983, however, an international conference was convened in Madrid under the auspices of the World Health Organisation (WHO). Despite the reservations of many scientists present, the epidemic was then officially named toxic oil syndrome (TOS). Below are some excerpts from that article....

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The trial of the oil merchants began in March 1987. Four months later, Doll, just before giving his evidence, announced that, on the basis of fresh epidemiological reports given to him, he now believed that the oil was the cause of the outbreak.
At the end of the two-year trial in 1989, the judges themselves stressed that the toxin in the oil was "still unknown". This somewhat fundamental difficulty did not prevent them from handing down long prison terms to the oil merchants, who were convicted, in effect, of causing the epidemic.
After years of one-track media reports, the notion of the "cooking oil" epidemic was firmly lodged in the public consciousness. It was unquestioned fact. No one doubted the official scientific conclusions, especially as they were accepted by the WHO.
Through all the obfuscation, one man had simply ignored the official lines of inquiry and spent months pursuing his own. Having eliminated the cooking oil, Muro and his colleagues turned their attention to other salad products. Speaking to market stallholders, lorry drivers and around 4,000-5,000 affected families, they concluded that, without any doubt, the contaminated foodstuff was tomatoes, and it was the pesticides on them that were responsible for the epidemic. The organo-phosphorous chemicals would indeed cause the range of symptoms observed by clinicians.
It was Muro and his team who had done the on-the-ground epidemiology in the immediate wake of the outbreak. What, then, of the epidemiology that the WHO in 1992 was boldly to describe as "comprehensive and exacting epidemiological studies, subjected to critical independent assessment"?
Muro's work was first-hand. But trying to assess the accuracy and validity of the official epidemiology was not easy. The FIS - the government agency responsible for toxic oil syndrome - refused to release details of the fieldwork carried out or any background information. However, the families described in the reports were given code numbers and these could be matched against the official list of victims which then became part of the trial documentation. Eventually we identified the families supposedly interviewed for the key epidemiological reports and went to see them.
From these first-hand inquiries, we established that there was not a single case in which the family's history corresponded with what was written in the epidemiological reports. Sometimes the differences were slight; sometimes the reports bore no relation to what had actually happened. In one sense, this was not surprising; while some families did recall having been interviewed by officials at the time, others insisted that they were never questioned at all. The principal scientific premise - that evidence should be gathered and, on that basis, a conclusion reached - appeared to have been reversed: a conclusion had been reached, and then the evidence manipulated in order to support that conclusion.
The WHO, to its shame, continues to refer to the Spanish epidemic as the "toxic oil syndrome". Every day around the world, students are no doubt being taught that "cooking oil" was the cause of the disaster.
Muro had many supporters but, as the official view became more and more entrenched, so he was marginalised as the one dissident voice. In 1985, he died suddenly of a mysterious illness. His wife perceived the whole saga as an unmitigated family tragedy.
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So here we from the earlier posts we have seen how poliomyelitis was caused by pesticide, AIDS from volatile organic compounds, measles to not exist, that damage control shills come in to raid and gaslight any mention of va((inations and fraud and here again we can see with mad cow disease and toxic oil syndrome being shown to be damage from organophosphates and the WHO refusing to budge on their official stance on the issue despite being presented with conclusive evidence of the actual cause.
Could the WHO be compromised and be actually covering up/obfuscating the damage caused by these OPS? Could these people in their efforts to keep a lid on it resort to silencing scientists that are presenting material that challenges their stranglehold on the medical consensus of various pathological states?
Is there a medical mafia that will work in concert with government and health institutions to conceal the true information about the causes of pathology? What do all these myths promote besides profit and fear?
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2020.08.07 14:09 whipnil Medical Myths Part 4: The Black Death and Mad Cow Disease

So after I wrote up part 3, my posts across another two different subs conspiracy and conspiracyNOPOL got raided hard by pro jabbers. Someone mentioned there was some decent keywords in my post that would have summoned them so we'll leave them to it and move on to another book that I heard about on a recent podcast I was listening to.
A new light on the Black Death.
"Over the years doubts have been expressed about the accepted view that the Black Death was caused by bubonic plague. By looking at the evidence of tree-rings and ice cores, Mike Baillie, Professor of Dendrochronology at Queen's University, Belfast, has identified a series of natural catastrophes at the beginning of the fourteenth century, caused by meteor strikes. On the basis of the current scientific evidence and of contemporary accounts of the nature and spread of the disease, he is convinced that the disease was air-borne not carried by rats. This fascinating book reveals the detective that led to this revolutionary conclusion."
Now for some of the reviews.
📷 Joe Keenan
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Read
Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2017
Verified Purchase
An amazing book, author takes two rather boring (at least on the surface) topics, tree ring data and ice core study, and weaves them into an enthralling study of the "plague" that ravage Europe, really much of the world it seems (judging by what happened in the American South West). In short, author avers that the bubonic plague was not the plague that devastated the world/Europe. Rather, a close pass from a comet introduced biologicals into the atmosphere and these biologicals caused/interacted to cause the epidemics. Author marshals an impressive body of evidence to advance his position. It should be also noted that author is a first class writer, if, like me, you love graphs and plots they're here. Enjoy! Think graphs and plots slow the story down? Skip them, it won't affect the tale. This is very impressive, not too many people can write on two different levels simultaneously, and succeed. Mike Baille does!
Along the way he also opines on the modern misreading of 14th century and earlier writers, and how this misreading affected the interpretation of data. In short, pre-scientific writers/historians used kennings as metaphors, just as the Viking Bard's did. A Viking Bard would of said, "The sword sweat flowed......," Modern's, being blinded by materialsm, would just say, "..blood flowed; the poetic is noticeably absent. Author argues persuasively that description of dragons fighting in the sky, and rivers, the fall of worms and toads, are all metaphors for comets, fireballs, and electrical discharges; this make so much sense you wonder why you didn't think of this. Since, modern cosmology did not exist in the 7th century how would the ancients describe observed cosmological phenomena? Well, they would use Biblical imagery/kennings as this would resonate with everyone in their culture. Author compares the Biblical imagery of Sodom and Gomorrah with an ancient European text and hits it out of the ballpark, amazing!
📷 Phung Minh Hoang
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2008
This is a scientific book that reads like a detective novel. For the first time, Baillie takes a cross-disciplinary approach to study what happened during the Black Death in Europe in the 14th century. A large amount of evidence is gathered from diverse fields of studies such as tree ring, ice core to mythology to present a convincing case that what caused the Black Death was not at all what the consensus has taken it to be. Rather than the bubonic plague, Baillie shows that the event that killed up to half Europe's population was caused by toxic substances released by cometary impacts from space.
"Why should I care about what caused the Black Death?," you may ask. It is because what happened in the past may well happen in our future. Baillie shows in the book that the Black Death is not just an isolated event but part of a series of cataclysms caused by comets. And he is but one of the warning voices about this danger facing humanity. According to new research, notably by Victor Clube in The Cosmic Winter , the probability of cometary impact in a century period is very high. An example of it being the Tunguska impact at the early 20th century. Imagine what the effect would have been if that comet had landed on a city instead of a remote place.
So I would highly recommend this book to everyone to learn more about this subject. Acquiring knowledge is the first step in dealing with any threat, especially one with global implication like this. To be forewarned is to be forearmed.
📷 Allen I. Branson 5.0 out of 5 stars Like a detective story Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2008 Unless you are a history buff specializing in pandemics you may well be thinking, "why would I care about a book on the Black Death?" I thought the same thing, until I read it at the recommendation of a friend. What a great read!
Not only did I learn a lot about the ways in which historical data is gathered from tree rings and ice core samples, Baillie relates all of that to world wide mythology in a way that, by the end of the book, starts making complete sense in a way it never did before. Suddenly, weird stories about heroes morphing into bizarre creatures in Ireland and dragons fighting battles in the air in China not only made sense but were pretty clearly different culture's ways of describing the same events.
In terms of historical studies, that is already interesting enough. The core of the book, however, is almost mind blowing. The point of it is this: not only was the Black Death likely due to the explosion of a comet or cometary fragment in Earth's atmosphere, but that these things likely happen far more frequently than anyone has imagined and on a fairly regular basis.
To prove to yourself that his hypothesis is at least feasible, do a search on the word "fireball" and see just how many are reported. You might notice something interesting in what you find. Not only are there far more sightings of these things that you'd think, they are on the increase! In other words, it looks as if we are heading into a danger zone in space much like during the time of the Black Death and several other times in history that have been probably incorrectly seen as pandemics.
One other point that is not explicitly made in the book but that bears thinking about is the effect on our weather of all of the dust that is brought in by these fireballs. How much of global warming is due to this rather than alleged greenhouse gases? Baillie's research clearly shows global climate change during these danger times in the past. Tree growth slowed across the globe just prior to the Black Death and many other such events.
An must read for both its historical significance and for bringing new data to present debates. I loved this book! 8 people found this helpful HelpfulComment Report abuse
📷 Lynne Grey 5.0 out of 5 stars A very good gathering of facts Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2008 It is interesting to note that historians would rather rearrange facts to make them fit their theories, and nothing points it out like what happened in explaining the Black Death. Rather than take what was being said by those who experienced at face value, those who were studying this seemed to think that these people just simply couldn't have known what they were talking about.
Now, Baillie has shown with tree ring and ice core samples just how wrong the historians got it. And this is not a dry read. It is put in fairly plain language for all to understand.
One might ask just why the historians would not even look at the fact that comets may have been to blame for the plague, when everyone who wrote about it mentioned the fire from the skies, rain of fire, fiery snow, bad air.....the list is endless.
These are things that we should learn about so that in the event that it should happen again, we won't be unprepared and will know what is actually happening.
It is a very interesting read.
📷 John W. Rinehold 5.0 out of 5 stars Comets hydrocarbons and the plague Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2009 This well written account of the world wide disaster was written by a professor emeritus. Thus it must be considered from a high vantage point. The evidence presented (with footnotes) is overwhelming. Polyaromatic hydrocarbons, a known substance on comets, was the agent that poisoned people across China and Europe. Tree rings, ice cores and text all point to this as the only solution. No, it wasn't the bubonic plague and rats, rather it was debris (highly poisonous HCN etc) from a known comet that broght the black plague and previous plagues to earth. 4 people found this helpful HelpfulComment Report abuse
📷 Rod Chilton 5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book! Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2009 I think that this book is a very fine book indeed! I believe that Dr. Baillie has proposed an intriguing and very plausible theory for what took place both at the time of the Black Death 600 to 700 years ago and also another lesser known plague that took place in the middle of the 6th century A.D. The premise that is at the heart of Dr. Baillie's thesis is that the plagues spread so rapidly so as to exclude the present most popular idea of a rat spread event. Rather, the idea he favours is a far more rapid air borne cause. 3 people found this helpful
📷 Fred Mrozek
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't just remember the past.
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2007
"Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it." To that we should add, that those who do not understand the past, though they may remember it, are still at risk of repeating it. This book is an attempt to help us understand what may have caused the Black Plague. And in so doing, we might find out that the avoidance of a repeat may depend on a crew of folks whom you probably least expect.
If the Black Plague and other previous plagues were merely diseases spread by rats, why are there anomalous amounts of ammonia and nitrates concentrated in the ice cores at depths that correspond to AD 1348, 1014, 626, 539 and 430 B.C. ? And why are there sharp climatological events in the Dendrochronological(tree ring) record at many of these dates? What did ancient authors try to tell us about these events? Which of these authors credibility blossoms in the light of new evidence and which of them wilt?
What could the Siberian (Tunguska) atmospheric explosion in 1908 have to do with understanding a great plague 600 years earlier?
If you read this book, you will be amazed at the detective work that must have been required to write it. And you will be fortunate to have been "tipped off" to a broader subject that will change the way we view the last 10,000 years of human history. That subject is the interaction between the Earth and other debris careening through our solar system in the forms of comets and near-earth asteroids. If Mike Baillie is right, a great plague event might eventually be prevented not by medical science, but by rocket science - in the form of asteroid interdiction. The amount of evidence for asteroid/comet impacts on the earth in the past five or ten thousand years, is rapidly increasing and this ground-based (geological and historical) evidence suggests that the frequencies of significant impacts on the Earth might be greater than astronomers currently expect on the basis of asteroid population statistics alone.
If knowledge and understanding of history can help us avoid future disasters, it is because of authors like Mike Baillie and books just like this one.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- One would think that dendrochronological evidence would be extremely objective for gathering air quality data and when such evidence has phenomenal explanatory power at revealing the real cause of a global pandemic that we would adjust to the truth and update our global knowledge through global health institutions and public reference material such as wikipedia. Unfortunately this is not the case. Not only is there any updating of the narrative what we will see below is there is suppression of legitimate and support for fraudulent science as it at best protects the profits of big pesticide, or at worse allows them to maintain their systematic efforts of poisoning the population.
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Organophosphate pesticides linked to BSE During the 1980s and early 1990s, cattle and cats (the species of animals that have developed BSE) were exclusively treated with systemically acting types of organophosphate (OP) insecticide which were designed to penetrate the entire physiological system of the animal, transforming the bloodstream into a toxic medium so as to kill off any unwanted parasites present.
In the context of cattle, the use of these systemic OP’s was subject to a compulsory government order for the eradication of warble fly. The UK government was unique in compelling a substantially higher biannual dose of this OP by comparison with the few other countries around the world that were following similar, less intensive measures to control this fly. Interestingly, these other countries, including Switzerland, France and Ireland, comprise the few other countries that are suffering from very small epidemics of BSE in their home-reared cows. The National Farmers Union, the Meat and Livestock Commission and The British Veterinary Association formed a united front with MAFF (Ministry of Agriculture, Fish and Forestry) to ensure that all farmers complied with the law and treated their cattle.
Systemic OP’s are recognized as exerting their toxic effect by entering the central nervous system and deforming the molecular shape of various nerve proteins. These chemically mutilated mutant proteins are subsequently rendered incapable of performing their proper function in the nerves. The known toxic effects of OP’s lead me to wonder whether the use of systemic OP’s on British cattle have caused have caused the malformation of another newly discovered brain protein called prion protein—the phenomenon that U.S. scientists have proposed as the cause of spongiform encephalopathies. Beyond Pesticides/National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides Vol. 23, No. 2, 2003 Pesticides and You Page 19 the malformation of another newly discovered brain protein called prion protein—the phenomenon that U.S. scientists have proposed as the cause of spongiform encephalopathies. Whilst some types of spongiform disease have been attributed to genetically acquired damage to the shape of the prion protein, the underlying cause of protein damage in the BSE and new variant CJD strain of the disease remains a mystery— amongst “open-minded” scientific circles, at any rate. OP’s are known to generate a highly
https://www.beyondpesticides.org/assets/media/documents/infoservices/pesticidesandyou/Summer%2003/mad_cow.pdf
The author of that paper Mark Purdey actually has a relatively intact wikipedia page for him with testimonials from other notable scientists as to the merit of his hypothesis.
Purdey died of a Brain Tumour in 2006 at 53 as can be read briefly in his obituary in the guardian. Interestingly in the obituary there is also a mention of the Spanish Cooking Oil Incident. In 1983, however, an international conference was convened in Madrid under the auspices of the World Health Organisation (WHO). Despite the reservations of many scientists present, the epidemic was then officially named toxic oil syndrome (TOS). Below are some excerpts from that article....

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The trial of the oil merchants began in March 1987. Four months later, Doll, just before giving his evidence, announced that, on the basis of fresh epidemiological reports given to him, he now believed that the oil was the cause of the outbreak.
At the end of the two-year trial in 1989, the judges themselves stressed that the toxin in the oil was "still unknown". This somewhat fundamental difficulty did not prevent them from handing down long prison terms to the oil merchants, who were convicted, in effect, of causing the epidemic.
After years of one-track media reports, the notion of the "cooking oil" epidemic was firmly lodged in the public consciousness. It was unquestioned fact. No one doubted the official scientific conclusions, especially as they were accepted by the WHO.
Through all the obfuscation, one man had simply ignored the official lines of inquiry and spent months pursuing his own. Having eliminated the cooking oil, Muro and his colleagues turned their attention to other salad products. Speaking to market stallholders, lorry drivers and around 4,000-5,000 affected families, they concluded that, without any doubt, the contaminated foodstuff was tomatoes, and it was the pesticides on them that were responsible for the epidemic. The organo-phosphorous chemicals would indeed cause the range of symptoms observed by clinicians.
It was Muro and his team who had done the on-the-ground epidemiology in the immediate wake of the outbreak. What, then, of the epidemiology that the WHO in 1992 was boldly to describe as "comprehensive and exacting epidemiological studies, subjected to critical independent assessment"?
Muro's work was first-hand. But trying to assess the accuracy and validity of the official epidemiology was not easy. The FIS - the government agency responsible for toxic oil syndrome - refused to release details of the fieldwork carried out or any background information. However, the families described in the reports were given code numbers and these could be matched against the official list of victims which then became part of the trial documentation. Eventually we identified the families supposedly interviewed for the key epidemiological reports and went to see them.
From these first-hand inquiries, we established that there was not a single case in which the family's history corresponded with what was written in the epidemiological reports. Sometimes the differences were slight; sometimes the reports bore no relation to what had actually happened. In one sense, this was not surprising; while some families did recall having been interviewed by officials at the time, others insisted that they were never questioned at all. The principal scientific premise - that evidence should be gathered and, on that basis, a conclusion reached - appeared to have been reversed: a conclusion had been reached, and then the evidence manipulated in order to support that conclusion.
The WHO, to its shame, continues to refer to the Spanish epidemic as the "toxic oil syndrome". Every day around the world, students are no doubt being taught that "cooking oil" was the cause of the disaster.
Muro had many supporters but, as the official view became more and more entrenched, so he was marginalised as the one dissident voice. In 1985, he died suddenly of a mysterious illness. His wife perceived the whole saga as an unmitigated family tragedy.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So here we from the earlier posts we have seen how poliomyelitis was caused by pesticide, AIDS from volatile organic compounds, measles to not exist, that damage control shills come in to raid and gaslight any mention of va((inations and fraud and here again we can see with mad cow disease and toxic oil syndrome being shown to be damage from organophosphates and the WHO refusing to budge on their official stance on the issue despite being presented with conclusive evidence of the actual cause.
Could the WHO be compromised and be actually covering up/obfuscating the damage caused by these OPS? Could these people in their efforts to keep a lid on it resort to silencing scientists that are presenting material that challenges their stranglehold on the medical consensus of various pathological states?
Is there a medical mafia that will work in concert with government and health institutions to conceal the true information about the causes of pathology? What do all these myths promote besides profit and fear? Also, what role does the solar cycles and cosmic activity play in modulating our health?


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2020.08.07 14:04 whipnil Medical Myths Part 4: The Black Death and Mad Cow Disease

So after I wrote up part 3, my posts across another two different subs conspiracy and conspiracyNOPOL got raided hard by pro jabbers. Someone mentioned there was some decent keywords in my post that would have summoned them so we'll leave them to it and move on to another book that I heard about on a recent podcast I was listening to.
A new light on the Black Death.
"Over the years doubts have been expressed about the accepted view that the Black Death was caused by bubonic plague. By looking at the evidence of tree-rings and ice cores, Mike Baillie, Professor of Dendrochronology at Queen's University, Belfast, has identified a series of natural catastrophes at the beginning of the fourteenth century, caused by meteor strikes. On the basis of the current scientific evidence and of contemporary accounts of the nature and spread of the disease, he is convinced that the disease was air-borne not carried by rats. This fascinating book reveals the detective that led to this revolutionary conclusion."
Now for some of the reviews.
📷 Joe Keenan
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Read
Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2017
Verified Purchase
An amazing book, author takes two rather boring (at least on the surface) topics, tree ring data and ice core study, and weaves them into an enthralling study of the "plague" that ravage Europe, really much of the world it seems (judging by what happened in the American South West). In short, author avers that the bubonic plague was not the plague that devastated the world/Europe. Rather, a close pass from a comet introduced biologicals into the atmosphere and these biologicals caused/interacted to cause the epidemics. Author marshals an impressive body of evidence to advance his position. It should be also noted that author is a first class writer, if, like me, you love graphs and plots they're here. Enjoy! Think graphs and plots slow the story down? Skip them, it won't affect the tale. This is very impressive, not too many people can write on two different levels simultaneously, and succeed. Mike Baille does!
Along the way he also opines on the modern misreading of 14th century and earlier writers, and how this misreading affected the interpretation of data. In short, pre-scientific writers/historians used kennings as metaphors, just as the Viking Bard's did. A Viking Bard would of said, "The sword sweat flowed......," Modern's, being blinded by materialsm, would just say, "..blood flowed; the poetic is noticeably absent. Author argues persuasively that description of dragons fighting in the sky, and rivers, the fall of worms and toads, are all metaphors for comets, fireballs, and electrical discharges; this make so much sense you wonder why you didn't think of this. Since, modern cosmology did not exist in the 7th century how would the ancients describe observed cosmological phenomena? Well, they would use Biblical imagery/kennings as this would resonate with everyone in their culture. Author compares the Biblical imagery of Sodom and Gomorrah with an ancient European text and hits it out of the ballpark, amazing!
📷 Phung Minh Hoang
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2008
This is a scientific book that reads like a detective novel. For the first time, Baillie takes a cross-disciplinary approach to study what happened during the Black Death in Europe in the 14th century. A large amount of evidence is gathered from diverse fields of studies such as tree ring, ice core to mythology to present a convincing case that what caused the Black Death was not at all what the consensus has taken it to be. Rather than the bubonic plague, Baillie shows that the event that killed up to half Europe's population was caused by toxic substances released by cometary impacts from space.
"Why should I care about what caused the Black Death?," you may ask. It is because what happened in the past may well happen in our future. Baillie shows in the book that the Black Death is not just an isolated event but part of a series of cataclysms caused by comets. And he is but one of the warning voices about this danger facing humanity. According to new research, notably by Victor Clube in The Cosmic Winter , the probability of cometary impact in a century period is very high. An example of it being the Tunguska impact at the early 20th century. Imagine what the effect would have been if that comet had landed on a city instead of a remote place.
So I would highly recommend this book to everyone to learn more about this subject. Acquiring knowledge is the first step in dealing with any threat, especially one with global implication like this. To be forewarned is to be forearmed.
📷 Allen I. Branson 5.0 out of 5 stars Like a detective story Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2008 Unless you are a history buff specializing in pandemics you may well be thinking, "why would I care about a book on the Black Death?" I thought the same thing, until I read it at the recommendation of a friend. What a great read!
Not only did I learn a lot about the ways in which historical data is gathered from tree rings and ice core samples, Baillie relates all of that to world wide mythology in a way that, by the end of the book, starts making complete sense in a way it never did before. Suddenly, weird stories about heroes morphing into bizarre creatures in Ireland and dragons fighting battles in the air in China not only made sense but were pretty clearly different culture's ways of describing the same events.
In terms of historical studies, that is already interesting enough. The core of the book, however, is almost mind blowing. The point of it is this: not only was the Black Death likely due to the explosion of a comet or cometary fragment in Earth's atmosphere, but that these things likely happen far more frequently than anyone has imagined and on a fairly regular basis.
To prove to yourself that his hypothesis is at least feasible, do a search on the word "fireball" and see just how many are reported. You might notice something interesting in what you find. Not only are there far more sightings of these things that you'd think, they are on the increase! In other words, it looks as if we are heading into a danger zone in space much like during the time of the Black Death and several other times in history that have been probably incorrectly seen as pandemics.
One other point that is not explicitly made in the book but that bears thinking about is the effect on our weather of all of the dust that is brought in by these fireballs. How much of global warming is due to this rather than alleged greenhouse gases? Baillie's research clearly shows global climate change during these danger times in the past. Tree growth slowed across the globe just prior to the Black Death and many other such events.
An must read for both its historical significance and for bringing new data to present debates. I loved this book! 8 people found this helpful HelpfulComment Report abuse
📷 Lynne Grey 5.0 out of 5 stars A very good gathering of facts Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2008 It is interesting to note that historians would rather rearrange facts to make them fit their theories, and nothing points it out like what happened in explaining the Black Death. Rather than take what was being said by those who experienced at face value, those who were studying this seemed to think that these people just simply couldn't have known what they were talking about.
Now, Baillie has shown with tree ring and ice core samples just how wrong the historians got it. And this is not a dry read. It is put in fairly plain language for all to understand.
One might ask just why the historians would not even look at the fact that comets may have been to blame for the plague, when everyone who wrote about it mentioned the fire from the skies, rain of fire, fiery snow, bad air.....the list is endless.
These are things that we should learn about so that in the event that it should happen again, we won't be unprepared and will know what is actually happening.
It is a very interesting read.
📷 John W. Rinehold 5.0 out of 5 stars Comets hydrocarbons and the plague Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2009 This well written account of the world wide disaster was written by a professor emeritus. Thus it must be considered from a high vantage point. The evidence presented (with footnotes) is overwhelming. Polyaromatic hydrocarbons, a known substance on comets, was the agent that poisoned people across China and Europe. Tree rings, ice cores and text all point to this as the only solution. No, it wasn't the bubonic plague and rats, rather it was debris (highly poisonous HCN etc) from a known comet that broght the black plague and previous plagues to earth. 4 people found this helpful HelpfulComment Report abuse
📷 Rod Chilton 5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book! Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2009 I think that this book is a very fine book indeed! I believe that Dr. Baillie has proposed an intriguing and very plausible theory for what took place both at the time of the Black Death 600 to 700 years ago and also another lesser known plague that took place in the middle of the 6th century A.D. The premise that is at the heart of Dr. Baillie's thesis is that the plagues spread so rapidly so as to exclude the present most popular idea of a rat spread event. Rather, the idea he favours is a far more rapid air borne cause. 3 people found this helpful
📷 Fred Mrozek
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't just remember the past.
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2007
"Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it." To that we should add, that those who do not understand the past, though they may remember it, are still at risk of repeating it. This book is an attempt to help us understand what may have caused the Black Plague. And in so doing, we might find out that the avoidance of a repeat may depend on a crew of folks whom you probably least expect.
If the Black Plague and other previous plagues were merely diseases spread by rats, why are there anomalous amounts of ammonia and nitrates concentrated in the ice cores at depths that correspond to AD 1348, 1014, 626, 539 and 430 B.C. ? And why are there sharp climatological events in the Dendrochronological(tree ring) record at many of these dates? What did ancient authors try to tell us about these events? Which of these authors credibility blossoms in the light of new evidence and which of them wilt?
What could the Siberian (Tunguska) atmospheric explosion in 1908 have to do with understanding a great plague 600 years earlier?
If you read this book, you will be amazed at the detective work that must have been required to write it. And you will be fortunate to have been "tipped off" to a broader subject that will change the way we view the last 10,000 years of human history. That subject is the interaction between the Earth and other debris careening through our solar system in the forms of comets and near-earth asteroids. If Mike Baillie is right, a great plague event might eventually be prevented not by medical science, but by rocket science - in the form of asteroid interdiction. The amount of evidence for asteroid/comet impacts on the earth in the past five or ten thousand years, is rapidly increasing and this ground-based (geological and historical) evidence suggests that the frequencies of significant impacts on the Earth might be greater than astronomers currently expect on the basis of asteroid population statistics alone.
If knowledge and understanding of history can help us avoid future disasters, it is because of authors like Mike Baillie and books just like this one.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- One would think that dendrochronological evidence would be extremely objective for gathering air quality data and when such evidence has phenomenal explanatory power at revealing the real cause of a global pandemic that we would adjust to the truth and update our global knowledge through global health institutions and public reference material such as wikipedia. Unfortunately this is not the case. Not only is there any updating of the narrative what we will see below is there is suppression of legitimate and support for fraudulent science as it at best protects the profits of big pesticide, or at worse allows them to maintain their systematic efforts of poisoning the population.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Organophosphate pesticides linked to BSE During the 1980s and early 1990s, cattle and cats (the species of animals that have developed BSE) were exclusively treated with systemically acting types of organophosphate (OP) insecticide which were designed to penetrate the entire physiological system of the animal, transforming the bloodstream into a toxic medium so as to kill off any unwanted parasites present.
In the context of cattle, the use of these systemic OP’s was subject to a compulsory government order for the eradication of warble fly. The UK government was unique in compelling a substantially higher biannual dose of this OP by comparison with the few other countries around the world that were following similar, less intensive measures to control this fly. Interestingly, these other countries, including Switzerland, France and Ireland, comprise the few other countries that are suffering from very small epidemics of BSE in their home-reared cows. The National Farmers Union, the Meat and Livestock Commission and The British Veterinary Association formed a united front with MAFF (Ministry of Agriculture, Fish and Forestry) to ensure that all farmers complied with the law and treated their cattle.
Systemic OP’s are recognized as exerting their toxic effect by entering the central nervous system and deforming the molecular shape of various nerve proteins. These chemically mutilated mutant proteins are subsequently rendered incapable of performing their proper function in the nerves. The known toxic effects of OP’s lead me to wonder whether the use of systemic OP’s on British cattle have caused have caused the malformation of another newly discovered brain protein called prion protein—the phenomenon that U.S. scientists have proposed as the cause of spongiform encephalopathies. Beyond Pesticides/National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides Vol. 23, No. 2, 2003 Pesticides and You Page 19 the malformation of another newly discovered brain protein called prion protein—the phenomenon that U.S. scientists have proposed as the cause of spongiform encephalopathies. Whilst some types of spongiform disease have been attributed to genetically acquired damage to the shape of the prion protein, the underlying cause of protein damage in the BSE and new variant CJD strain of the disease remains a mystery— amongst “open-minded” scientific circles, at any rate. OP’s are known to generate a highly
https://www.beyondpesticides.org/assets/media/documents/infoservices/pesticidesandyou/Summer%2003/mad_cow.pdf
The author of that paper Mark Purdey actually has a relatively intact wikipedia page for him with testimonials from other notable scientists as to the merit of his hypothesis.
Purdey died of a Brain Tumour in 2006 at 53 as can be read briefly in his obituary in the guardian. Interestingly in the obituary there is also a mention of the Spanish Cooking Oil Incident. In 1983, however, an international conference was convened in Madrid under the auspices of the World Health Organisation (WHO). Despite the reservations of many scientists present, the epidemic was then officially named toxic oil syndrome (TOS). Below are some excerpts from that article....

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The trial of the oil merchants began in March 1987. Four months later, Doll, just before giving his evidence, announced that, on the basis of fresh epidemiological reports given to him, he now believed that the oil was the cause of the outbreak.
At the end of the two-year trial in 1989, the judges themselves stressed that the toxin in the oil was "still unknown". This somewhat fundamental difficulty did not prevent them from handing down long prison terms to the oil merchants, who were convicted, in effect, of causing the epidemic.
After years of one-track media reports, the notion of the "cooking oil" epidemic was firmly lodged in the public consciousness. It was unquestioned fact. No one doubted the official scientific conclusions, especially as they were accepted by the WHO.
Through all the obfuscation, one man had simply ignored the official lines of inquiry and spent months pursuing his own. Having eliminated the cooking oil, Muro and his colleagues turned their attention to other salad products. Speaking to market stallholders, lorry drivers and around 4,000-5,000 affected families, they concluded that, without any doubt, the contaminated foodstuff was tomatoes, and it was the pesticides on them that were responsible for the epidemic. The organo-phosphorous chemicals would indeed cause the range of symptoms observed by clinicians.
It was Muro and his team who had done the on-the-ground epidemiology in the immediate wake of the outbreak. What, then, of the epidemiology that the WHO in 1992 was boldly to describe as "comprehensive and exacting epidemiological studies, subjected to critical independent assessment"?
Muro's work was first-hand. But trying to assess the accuracy and validity of the official epidemiology was not easy. The FIS - the government agency responsible for toxic oil syndrome - refused to release details of the fieldwork carried out or any background information. However, the families described in the reports were given code numbers and these could be matched against the official list of victims which then became part of the trial documentation. Eventually we identified the families supposedly interviewed for the key epidemiological reports and went to see them.
From these first-hand inquiries, we established that there was not a single case in which the family's history corresponded with what was written in the epidemiological reports. Sometimes the differences were slight; sometimes the reports bore no relation to what had actually happened. In one sense, this was not surprising; while some families did recall having been interviewed by officials at the time, others insisted that they were never questioned at all. The principal scientific premise - that evidence should be gathered and, on that basis, a conclusion reached - appeared to have been reversed: a conclusion had been reached, and then the evidence manipulated in order to support that conclusion.
The WHO, to its shame, continues to refer to the Spanish epidemic as the "toxic oil syndrome". Every day around the world, students are no doubt being taught that "cooking oil" was the cause of the disaster.
Muro had many supporters but, as the official view became more and more entrenched, so he was marginalised as the one dissident voice. In 1985, he died suddenly of a mysterious illness. His wife perceived the whole saga as an unmitigated family tragedy.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So here we from the earlier posts we have seen how poliomyelitis was caused by pesticide, AIDS from volatile organic compounds, measles to not exist, that damage control shills come in to raid and gaslight any mention of va((inations and fraud and here again we can see with mad cow disease and toxic oil syndrome being shown to be damage from organophosphates and the WHO refusing to budge on their official stance on the issue despite being presented with conclusive evidence of the actual cause.
Could the WHO be compromised and be actually covering up/obfuscating the damage caused by these OPS? Could these people in their efforts to keep a lid on it resort to silencing scientists that are presenting material that challenges their stranglehold on the medical consensus of various pathological states?
Is there a medical mafia that will work in concert with government and health institutions to conceal the true information about the causes of pathology? What do all these myths promote besides profit and fear? Also, what role does the solar cycles and cosmic activity play in modulating our health?


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2020.08.07 14:02 whipnil Medical Myths Part 4: The Black Death and Mad Cow.

So after I wrote up part 3, my posts across another two different subs conspiracy and conspiracyNOPOL got raided hard by pro jabbers. Someone mentioned there was some decent keywords in my post that would have summoned them so we'll leave them to it and move on to another book that I heard about on a recent podcast I was listening to.
A new light on the Black Death.
"Over the years doubts have been expressed about the accepted view that the Black Death was caused by bubonic plague. By looking at the evidence of tree-rings and ice cores, Mike Baillie, Professor of Dendrochronology at Queen's University, Belfast, has identified a series of natural catastrophes at the beginning of the fourteenth century, caused by meteor strikes. On the basis of the current scientific evidence and of contemporary accounts of the nature and spread of the disease, he is convinced that the disease was air-borne not carried by rats. This fascinating book reveals the detective that led to this revolutionary conclusion."
Now for some of the reviews.
📷 Joe Keenan
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Read
Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2017
Verified Purchase
An amazing book, author takes two rather boring (at least on the surface) topics, tree ring data and ice core study, and weaves them into an enthralling study of the "plague" that ravage Europe, really much of the world it seems (judging by what happened in the American South West). In short, author avers that the bubonic plague was not the plague that devastated the world/Europe. Rather, a close pass from a comet introduced biologicals into the atmosphere and these biologicals caused/interacted to cause the epidemics. Author marshals an impressive body of evidence to advance his position. It should be also noted that author is a first class writer, if, like me, you love graphs and plots they're here. Enjoy! Think graphs and plots slow the story down? Skip them, it won't affect the tale. This is very impressive, not too many people can write on two different levels simultaneously, and succeed. Mike Baille does!
Along the way he also opines on the modern misreading of 14th century and earlier writers, and how this misreading affected the interpretation of data. In short, pre-scientific writers/historians used kennings as metaphors, just as the Viking Bard's did. A Viking Bard would of said, "The sword sweat flowed......," Modern's, being blinded by materialsm, would just say, "..blood flowed; the poetic is noticeably absent. Author argues persuasively that description of dragons fighting in the sky, and rivers, the fall of worms and toads, are all metaphors for comets, fireballs, and electrical discharges; this make so much sense you wonder why you didn't think of this. Since, modern cosmology did not exist in the 7th century how would the ancients describe observed cosmological phenomena? Well, they would use Biblical imagery/kennings as this would resonate with everyone in their culture. Author compares the Biblical imagery of Sodom and Gomorrah with an ancient European text and hits it out of the ballpark, amazing!
📷 Phung Minh Hoang
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2008
This is a scientific book that reads like a detective novel. For the first time, Baillie takes a cross-disciplinary approach to study what happened during the Black Death in Europe in the 14th century. A large amount of evidence is gathered from diverse fields of studies such as tree ring, ice core to mythology to present a convincing case that what caused the Black Death was not at all what the consensus has taken it to be. Rather than the bubonic plague, Baillie shows that the event that killed up to half Europe's population was caused by toxic substances released by cometary impacts from space.
"Why should I care about what caused the Black Death?," you may ask. It is because what happened in the past may well happen in our future. Baillie shows in the book that the Black Death is not just an isolated event but part of a series of cataclysms caused by comets. And he is but one of the warning voices about this danger facing humanity. According to new research, notably by Victor Clube in The Cosmic Winter , the probability of cometary impact in a century period is very high. An example of it being the Tunguska impact at the early 20th century. Imagine what the effect would have been if that comet had landed on a city instead of a remote place.
So I would highly recommend this book to everyone to learn more about this subject. Acquiring knowledge is the first step in dealing with any threat, especially one with global implication like this. To be forewarned is to be forearmed.
📷 Allen I. Branson 5.0 out of 5 stars Like a detective story Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2008 Unless you are a history buff specializing in pandemics you may well be thinking, "why would I care about a book on the Black Death?" I thought the same thing, until I read it at the recommendation of a friend. What a great read!
Not only did I learn a lot about the ways in which historical data is gathered from tree rings and ice core samples, Baillie relates all of that to world wide mythology in a way that, by the end of the book, starts making complete sense in a way it never did before. Suddenly, weird stories about heroes morphing into bizarre creatures in Ireland and dragons fighting battles in the air in China not only made sense but were pretty clearly different culture's ways of describing the same events.
In terms of historical studies, that is already interesting enough. The core of the book, however, is almost mind blowing. The point of it is this: not only was the Black Death likely due to the explosion of a comet or cometary fragment in Earth's atmosphere, but that these things likely happen far more frequently than anyone has imagined and on a fairly regular basis.
To prove to yourself that his hypothesis is at least feasible, do a search on the word "fireball" and see just how many are reported. You might notice something interesting in what you find. Not only are there far more sightings of these things that you'd think, they are on the increase! In other words, it looks as if we are heading into a danger zone in space much like during the time of the Black Death and several other times in history that have been probably incorrectly seen as pandemics.
One other point that is not explicitly made in the book but that bears thinking about is the effect on our weather of all of the dust that is brought in by these fireballs. How much of global warming is due to this rather than alleged greenhouse gases? Baillie's research clearly shows global climate change during these danger times in the past. Tree growth slowed across the globe just prior to the Black Death and many other such events.
An must read for both its historical significance and for bringing new data to present debates. I loved this book! 8 people found this helpful HelpfulComment Report abuse
📷 Lynne Grey 5.0 out of 5 stars A very good gathering of facts Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2008 It is interesting to note that historians would rather rearrange facts to make them fit their theories, and nothing points it out like what happened in explaining the Black Death. Rather than take what was being said by those who experienced at face value, those who were studying this seemed to think that these people just simply couldn't have known what they were talking about.
Now, Baillie has shown with tree ring and ice core samples just how wrong the historians got it. And this is not a dry read. It is put in fairly plain language for all to understand.
One might ask just why the historians would not even look at the fact that comets may have been to blame for the plague, when everyone who wrote about it mentioned the fire from the skies, rain of fire, fiery snow, bad air.....the list is endless.
These are things that we should learn about so that in the event that it should happen again, we won't be unprepared and will know what is actually happening.
It is a very interesting read.
📷 John W. Rinehold 5.0 out of 5 stars Comets hydrocarbons and the plague Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2009 This well written account of the world wide disaster was written by a professor emeritus. Thus it must be considered from a high vantage point. The evidence presented (with footnotes) is overwhelming. Polyaromatic hydrocarbons, a known substance on comets, was the agent that poisoned people across China and Europe. Tree rings, ice cores and text all point to this as the only solution. No, it wasn't the bubonic plague and rats, rather it was debris (highly poisonous HCN etc) from a known comet that broght the black plague and previous plagues to earth. 4 people found this helpful HelpfulComment Report abuse
📷 Rod Chilton 5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book! Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2009 I think that this book is a very fine book indeed! I believe that Dr. Baillie has proposed an intriguing and very plausible theory for what took place both at the time of the Black Death 600 to 700 years ago and also another lesser known plague that took place in the middle of the 6th century A.D. The premise that is at the heart of Dr. Baillie's thesis is that the plagues spread so rapidly so as to exclude the present most popular idea of a rat spread event. Rather, the idea he favours is a far more rapid air borne cause. 3 people found this helpful
📷 Fred Mrozek
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't just remember the past.
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2007
"Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it." To that we should add, that those who do not understand the past, though they may remember it, are still at risk of repeating it. This book is an attempt to help us understand what may have caused the Black Plague. And in so doing, we might find out that the avoidance of a repeat may depend on a crew of folks whom you probably least expect.
If the Black Plague and other previous plagues were merely diseases spread by rats, why are there anomalous amounts of ammonia and nitrates concentrated in the ice cores at depths that correspond to AD 1348, 1014, 626, 539 and 430 B.C. ? And why are there sharp climatological events in the Dendrochronological(tree ring) record at many of these dates? What did ancient authors try to tell us about these events? Which of these authors credibility blossoms in the light of new evidence and which of them wilt?
What could the Siberian (Tunguska) atmospheric explosion in 1908 have to do with understanding a great plague 600 years earlier?
If you read this book, you will be amazed at the detective work that must have been required to write it. And you will be fortunate to have been "tipped off" to a broader subject that will change the way we view the last 10,000 years of human history. That subject is the interaction between the Earth and other debris careening through our solar system in the forms of comets and near-earth asteroids. If Mike Baillie is right, a great plague event might eventually be prevented not by medical science, but by rocket science - in the form of asteroid interdiction. The amount of evidence for asteroid/comet impacts on the earth in the past five or ten thousand years, is rapidly increasing and this ground-based (geological and historical) evidence suggests that the frequencies of significant impacts on the Earth might be greater than astronomers currently expect on the basis of asteroid population statistics alone.
If knowledge and understanding of history can help us avoid future disasters, it is because of authors like Mike Baillie and books just like this one.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- One would think that dendrochronological evidence would be extremely objective for gathering air quality data and when such evidence has phenomenal explanatory power at revealing the real cause of a global pandemic that we would adjust to the truth and update our global knowledge through global health institutions and public reference material such as wikipedia. Unfortunately this is not the case. Not only is there any updating of the narrative what we will see below is there is suppression of legitimate and support for fraudulent science as it at best protects the profits of big pesticide, or at worse allows them to maintain their systematic efforts of poisoning the population.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Organophosphate pesticides linked to BSE During the 1980s and early 1990s, cattle and cats (the species of animals that have developed BSE) were exclusively treated with systemically acting types of organophosphate (OP) insecticide which were designed to penetrate the entire physiological system of the animal, transforming the bloodstream into a toxic medium so as to kill off any unwanted parasites present.
In the context of cattle, the use of these systemic OP’s was subject to a compulsory government order for the eradication of warble fly. The UK government was unique in compelling a substantially higher biannual dose of this OP by comparison with the few other countries around the world that were following similar, less intensive measures to control this fly. Interestingly, these other countries, including Switzerland, France and Ireland, comprise the few other countries that are suffering from very small epidemics of BSE in their home-reared cows. The National Farmers Union, the Meat and Livestock Commission and The British Veterinary Association formed a united front with MAFF (Ministry of Agriculture, Fish and Forestry) to ensure that all farmers complied with the law and treated their cattle.
Systemic OP’s are recognized as exerting their toxic effect by entering the central nervous system and deforming the molecular shape of various nerve proteins. These chemically mutilated mutant proteins are subsequently rendered incapable of performing their proper function in the nerves. The known toxic effects of OP’s lead me to wonder whether the use of systemic OP’s on British cattle have caused have caused the malformation of another newly discovered brain protein called prion protein—the phenomenon that U.S. scientists have proposed as the cause of spongiform encephalopathies. Beyond Pesticides/National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides Vol. 23, No. 2, 2003 Pesticides and You Page 19 the malformation of another newly discovered brain protein called prion protein—the phenomenon that U.S. scientists have proposed as the cause of spongiform encephalopathies. Whilst some types of spongiform disease have been attributed to genetically acquired damage to the shape of the prion protein, the underlying cause of protein damage in the BSE and new variant CJD strain of the disease remains a mystery— amongst “open-minded” scientific circles, at any rate. OP’s are known to generate a highly
https://www.beyondpesticides.org/assets/media/documents/infoservices/pesticidesandyou/Summer%2003/mad_cow.pdf
The author of that paper Mark Purdey actually has a relatively intact wikipedia page for him with testimonials from other notable scientists as to the merit of his hypothesis.
Purdey died of a Brain Tumour in 2006 at 53 as can be read briefly in his obituary in the guardian. Interestingly in the obituary there is also a mention of the Spanish Cooking Oil Incident. In 1983, however, an international conference was convened in Madrid under the auspices of the World Health Organisation (WHO). Despite the reservations of many scientists present, the epidemic was then officially named toxic oil syndrome (TOS). Below are some excerpts from that article....

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The trial of the oil merchants began in March 1987. Four months later, Doll, just before giving his evidence, announced that, on the basis of fresh epidemiological reports given to him, he now believed that the oil was the cause of the outbreak.
At the end of the two-year trial in 1989, the judges themselves stressed that the toxin in the oil was "still unknown". This somewhat fundamental difficulty did not prevent them from handing down long prison terms to the oil merchants, who were convicted, in effect, of causing the epidemic.
After years of one-track media reports, the notion of the "cooking oil" epidemic was firmly lodged in the public consciousness. It was unquestioned fact. No one doubted the official scientific conclusions, especially as they were accepted by the WHO.
Through all the obfuscation, one man had simply ignored the official lines of inquiry and spent months pursuing his own. Having eliminated the cooking oil, Muro and his colleagues turned their attention to other salad products. Speaking to market stallholders, lorry drivers and around 4,000-5,000 affected families, they concluded that, without any doubt, the contaminated foodstuff was tomatoes, and it was the pesticides on them that were responsible for the epidemic. The organo-phosphorous chemicals would indeed cause the range of symptoms observed by clinicians.
It was Muro and his team who had done the on-the-ground epidemiology in the immediate wake of the outbreak. What, then, of the epidemiology that the WHO in 1992 was boldly to describe as "comprehensive and exacting epidemiological studies, subjected to critical independent assessment"?
Muro's work was first-hand. But trying to assess the accuracy and validity of the official epidemiology was not easy. The FIS - the government agency responsible for toxic oil syndrome - refused to release details of the fieldwork carried out or any background information. However, the families described in the reports were given code numbers and these could be matched against the official list of victims which then became part of the trial documentation. Eventually we identified the families supposedly interviewed for the key epidemiological reports and went to see them.
From these first-hand inquiries, we established that there was not a single case in which the family's history corresponded with what was written in the epidemiological reports. Sometimes the differences were slight; sometimes the reports bore no relation to what had actually happened. In one sense, this was not surprising; while some families did recall having been interviewed by officials at the time, others insisted that they were never questioned at all. The principal scientific premise - that evidence should be gathered and, on that basis, a conclusion reached - appeared to have been reversed: a conclusion had been reached, and then the evidence manipulated in order to support that conclusion.
The WHO, to its shame, continues to refer to the Spanish epidemic as the "toxic oil syndrome". Every day around the world, students are no doubt being taught that "cooking oil" was the cause of the disaster.
Muro had many supporters but, as the official view became more and more entrenched, so he was marginalised as the one dissident voice. In 1985, he died suddenly of a mysterious illness. His wife perceived the whole saga as an unmitigated family tragedy.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
So here we from the earlier posts we have seen how poliomyelitis was caused by pesticide, AIDS from volatile organic compounds, measles to not exist, that damage control shills come in to raid and gaslight any mention of va((inations and fraud and here again we can see with mad cow disease and toxic oil syndrome being shown to be damage from organophosphates and the WHO refusing to budge on their official stance on the issue despite being presented with conclusive evidence of the actual cause.
Could the WHO be compromised and be actually covering up/obfuscating the damage caused by these OPS? Could these people in their efforts to keep a lid on it resort to silencing scientists that are presenting material that challenges their stranglehold on the medical consensus of various pathological states?
Is there a medical mafia that will work in concert with government and health institutions to conceal the true information about the causes of pathology? What do all these myths promote besides profit and fear?
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2020.05.04 18:04 MrRobert44 [OC] An insight in the world of football kits - 454 teams that play in the most unusual colors

I would like to start with a humble warning, that this will be a longer than "usual" post. Hopefully, it will compensate with the amount of information you might deem as interesting. :)

After finishing my first journey into the world of colors in football, by counting which teams play in red & black color combination, I decided to pursue my next curiosity:
How many football teams in the world play in unusual colors?
By this, I was thinking of teams which have a “main” color that is rarely used (grey, brown, purple, pink, etc.) or use an uncommon color combination.
Because of this coronavirus madness that is going on, I was able to spend more hours for this project than I planned, so in the end I was able to go into almost every single league in the world. I checked teams from over 400 divisions, of different tiers, from all continents. Although it’s not an official list, I tried to include as many clubs as possible on it.
Now, you're probably asking yourself "How do you measure how rare or how common is in football a color / combination of colors?"
An exact answer is impossible to give, so I started the study using my own experience as a football supporter, finally finding an useful purpose for the thousands of hours spent on watching football games. Therefore, I used a subjective point of view and excluded the color combinations that I, personally, considered to be the most common in football teams, namely:

The selection criteria for the teams were as follows:
  1. The team should have their main kit in colors which are different than the ones enumerated above;
  2. The team must have played or been associated with the colors for several seasons;
  3. The team should be currently active (dissolved clubs were not included).

But enough introduction, let’s jump straight into the list of the most uncommon kit colors in the world of football:

CATEGORY I - Teams with 1 main color

1. Purple (includes purple+white or purple+black) - [73 clubs]
Notable teams: Fiorentina, Anderlecht, Toulouse, Austria Vienna, Real Valladolid.
Other teams (by conference):
UEFA (photo gallery here) - CE Carroi (Andorra), SV Austria Salzburg, Austria Klagenfurt (Austria), K Beerschot VA (Belgium), Etar Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgaria), NK Dubrava (Croatia), Daventry Town FC (England), Istres (France), VfL Osnabrück, Erzgebirge Aue (Germany), Ujpest, Békéscsaba 1912, Kecskemet TE (Hungary), ACD Legnano, AS Ostia Mare, Gioiese, Casoria Calcio 1979 (Italy), St. Andrews FC (Malta), FC Argeș, ASU Politehnica Timișoara, ACS Poli Timișoara (Romania), FK Graficar (Serbia), KFC Komarno (Slovakia), NK Maribor (Slovenia), Real Jaen, Alameda de Osuna EF, CD Becerril, Atletico Guadalajara, CD Guadalajara, CD Liendo, CD Santurtzi, CD Palencia, La Baneza (Spain) (Spain), Afjet Afyonspor, Hacettepe, Orduspor (Turkey).
Rest of the World (photo gallery here):

2. Burgundy (includes burgundy+white, or similar shades: maroon, claret, dark red, wine red) - [74 clubs]
Notable teams: AC Torino, Metz, Sparta Prague, CFR Cluj.
Other teams (by conference):
UEFA (photo gallery here) - FK Sarajevo (Bosnia), Chelmsford City, FC Northampton Town (England), JJK Jyväskylä (Finland), Dynamo Berlin (Germany), AEL Larissa (Greece), UM Selfoss (Iceland), Galway United (Ireland), Reggina, Cittadella, Salernitana, Trapani, Livorno, US Pontedera, Arezzo, Reggio Audace FC, Fano, US Capistrello, AC Morrone, AC Locri, ASD Bovalinese, Borgosesia Calcio, Milano City FC, Union Clodiense Chioggia, USD Breno, Olympia Agnonese, ASD Travestere Calcio, AC Nardo, ASD Citta di Acireale (Italy), FC Džiugas Telšiai (Lithuania), Nardo FK (Norway), CD Fatima, Clube Oriental de Lisboa (Portugal), Rapid Bucharest, Viitorul Ianca (Romania), AC Libertas (San Marino), Heart of Midlothian FC, Stenhousemuir FC (Scotland), NK Triglav Kranj (Slovenia), Independiente de Vallecas, CD Cenicero (Spain), Hatayspor, İnegölspor, Bandirmaspor, Elazigspor (Turkey), Cardiff Metropolitan University FC (Wales).
Rest of the World (photo gallery here):

3. Orange (includes orange+white) - [54 clubs]
--- full photo gallery here ---

4. Pink (includes pink+black) - [7 clubs]

5. Cream - [3 clubs]
Universitario, Universidad Tecnica Cajamarca, Leon de Huanuco (all from Peru).

6. Grey - [5 clubs]

7. Brown (includes brown+white) - [7 clubs]

CATEGORY II - Teams with 2 main colors

1. Green + Red [34 clubs]
Notable teams: Lokomotiv Moscow, Maritimo Funchal
Other teams (full photo galllery here):

2. Green + Blue [16 clubs]
Notable teams: Seattle Sounders
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

3. Blue + Azure (or any other combination of two shades of blue) [28 clubs]
Notable teams: Zenit St. Petersburg, Sydney FC
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

4. Orange + Blue [24 clubs]
Notable teams: Montpellier, Istanbul Bașakșehir
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

5. Orange + Green [5 clubs]

6. Orange + Grey [2 clubs]
AFC Odorheiu Secuiesc (Romania), Forge FC (Canada).

7. Orange + Purple [1 club] - FK Armavir (Russia)

8. Purple + Yellow [6 clubs]

9. Claret + Yellow / Amber [4 clubs]

10. Claret + Gold [2 clubs]
Deportes Tolima (Colombia), Stellenbosch FC (South Africa)

11. Claret + Blue [22 clubs]
Notable teams: Aston Villa, Burnley, West Ham United, Trabzonspor
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

12. Claret + Green [1 club] - Ciudad de Plasencia CF (Spain)

13. Pink + Blue [5 clubs]

14. Brown + Blue [1 club] - Al-Kawkab FC (Saudi Arabia)

15. Brown + Yellow [2 clubs]
Trujillanos FC (Venezuela), Ohod Club (Saudi Arabia)

16. Brown + Amber [1 club] - Sutton United (England)

17. Grey + Red [4 clubs]
UEFA - Cremonese (Italy), Pembroke Athleta FC (Malta), Strommen IF (Norway), Club Esportiu Jupiter (Spain).

18. Grey + Blue [2 club]

19. Lime Green + Black [10 clubs]

20. Lime Green + White [1 club] - Pirata FC (Peru)

CATEGORY III - Teams with 3 main colors

1. Blue + Yellow + Red [3 clubs]

2. Blue + Yellow + White [1 club] - CA Bella Vista (Uruguay)

3. Blue + Yellow + Black [1 club] - Real Sport Clube (Portugal)

4. Blue + Green + White [1 club] - St. Louis FC (USA)

5. Blue + Orange + White [2 clubs]

6. Orange + Green + Black [1 club] - Venezia (Italy)

7. Orange + Green + White [1 club] - Deportivo Masaya (Nicaragua)

8. Green + Yellow + Black [1 club] - GKS Jastrzębie (Poland)

9. Green + Yellow + Red [4 clubs]

10. Green + Red + White [13 clubs]
Notable teams: Fluminense
Other teams:

11. Green + Red + Black [11 clubs]

12. Green + Black + White [2 clubs]

13. Green + Burgundy + White [2 clubs]

14. Red + Orange + Black [1 club] - Nagoya Grampus (Japan)

15. Red + Yellow + Black [8 clubs]

16. Claret + Blue + Yellow [1 club] - Madureira EC (Brazil)

17. Pink + Blue + White [1 club] - Yangon United (Myanmar)

Category IV - Teams with 4 main colors

1. Red + Yellow + Green + White [4 clubs]

2. Red + Yellow + Blue + White [1 club] - ASDC Verbania (Italy)

3. Red + Yellow + Blue + Black [1 club] - Coras de Nayarit (Mexico)

Here they are. 454 teams from across the entire the world, from Feroe Island to Papua New Guinea or the 4th Italian league. This should be about it. However, if there are by any chance teams that I might have missed, please feel free to leave a comment and I will add them on the list.
Thank you for reading and hope you enjoyed it!
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2020.01.08 20:03 Coltons13 2020 MLS Winter Transfer Tracker

There's no real good compilation of moves anywhere, so I'm gonna start building tables out for each team. Let me know if there's anything I'm missing and leave a top-level comment letting me know of any new moves I missed and I'll add them in too.
Only officially completed moved are included. In the cases of declined options and out of contract situations, I've excluded players who the team has publicly stated they are in negotiations to bring back. As we all know, MLS team comms aren't always stellar and several teams have indicated they're in discussions with several out-of-contract or declined option players, but didn't specify who, so I've listed them all here and will remove them if signed.

Atlanta United FC

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Emerson Hyndman M AFC Bournemouth Permanent transfer after loan
Brooks Lennon D Real Salt Lake Trade for $150K 2020 GAM, $150K 2020 TAM
George Campbell D Atlanta United 2 Signed Homegrown contract
Anton Walkes D Portsmouth FC Undisclosed fee
Edgar Castillo D New England Revolution Free signing
Fernando Meza D Club Tijuana Undisclosed fee
Jake Mulraney M Hearts of Midlothian Undisclosed fee
Adam Jahn F Phoenix Rising FC Undisclosed fee
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Darlington Nagbe M Columbus Crew Trade for $700K 2020 TAM, $200K 2021 TAM, $150K 2020 GAM, 2020 international slot (additional performance incentives as well)
Mikey Ambrose D Inter Miami CF Re-Entry Draft
Brandon Vazquez F Nashville SC Expansion Draft (later traded to FC Cincinnati)
Justin Meram F - Option declined
Jose Hernandez D - Option declined
Florentin Pogba D - Option declined
Chris Goslin M - Option declined
Patrick Okonkwo F - Option declined
Kevin Kratz M - Out of contract
Brek Shea D - Out of contract
Leandro Gonzalez Pirez D Club Tijuana Undisclosed fee
Julian Gressel M D.C. United Trade for $750K 2020 TAM (+performance incentives for up to total of $1.1M TAM)
Lagos Kunga F Phoenix Rising FC Loan
Andrew Carleton F Indy Eleven Loan

Chicago Fire

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Alvaro Medran M Valencia Free acquisition
Nicholas Slonina D Chicago Fire Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Robert Beric F AS Saint-Etienne Undisclosed fee (designated player)
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Grant Lillard D Inter Miami CF Trade for $75K 2020 GAM
Aleksandar Katai M LA Galaxy Free move, signed TAM contract
Dax McCarty M Nashville SC Trade for $50K 2020 TAM, $50K 2020 GAM, 2nd Round 2021 SuperDraft pick
Stefan Cleveland (+2nd Round 2020 SuperDraft pick (35th) GK Seattle Sounders Trade for 1st Round 2020 SuperDraft pick (26th)
Richard Sanchez GK Sporting Kansas City Re-Entry Draft
Amando Moreno M New Mexico United Free acquisition
Diego Campos M - Option declined
Elliott Collier D - Option declined
Nicolas Gaitan M - Option declined
Cristian Martinez M - Option declined
David Ousted GK - Option declined
Bastian Schweinsteiger M - Retired
Nemanja Nikolic F - Out of contract
Marcleo D - Mutual contract termination

FC Cincinnati

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Zico Bailey D Helsingor Acquired Homegrown rights from LA Galaxy for 4th Round 2020 SuperDraft pick (81st), performance incentives for $50K GAM
Brandon Vazquez F Nashville SC Trade for $150K 2020 TAM, performance incentives for $50K GAM
Haris Medunjanin M Philadelphia Union Waiver Draft
Saad Abdul-Salaam D Seattle Sounders Re-Entry Draft
Tom Pettersson D Ostersund Free acquisition
Yuya Kubo F KAA Gent Undisclosed fee (designated player)
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Victor Ulloa (+1st selection in 2020 Re-Entry Draft) M Inter Miami CF Trade for $50K 2020 GAM, 3rd Round 2020 SuperDraft pick, 26th selection in 2020 Re-Entry Draft
Alvas Powell D Inter Miami CF Expansion Draft
Corben Bone M Louisville City FC Free acquisition
Blake Smith M San Antonio FC Free acquisition
Forrest Lasso D Tampa Bay Rowdies Undisclosed transfer
Nazmi Albadawi M North Carolina FC Free acquisition
Justin Hoyte D - Option declined
Roland Lamah M - Option declined
Derrick Etienne, Jr. F New York Red Bulls Loan purchase option declined

Colorado Rapids

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Lalas Abubakar D Columbus Crew Trade for $400K 2020 GAM, 2020 international roster slot
Auston Trusty D Philadelphia Union Trade for $300K 2020 TAM, $300K 2021 GAM, $150K GAM performance incentives, future transfer fee percentage (30% of any TAM acquired over cost paid to PHI before 2022, 25% after)
Drew Moor D Toronto FC Free acquisition
Nicolas Benezet F Guingamp Undisclosed fee (+50K 2020 GAM to TOR for rights, $50K in additional 2020 GAM to TOR if Benezet starts 75% of all games in 2020)
Younes Namli M FC Krasnodar Undisclosed fee (designated player)
Braian Galvan F Atletico Colon Free signing
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Axel Sjoberg D Columbus Crew Waivers
Giles Barnes F Hyderabad Free acquisition
Shkelzen Gashi M Aarau Free acquisition
Dillon Serna M - Out of contract
Kofi Opare D - Option declined
Tommy Smith D - Option declined
Sam Raben D - Option declined
Tim Howard GK - Retired

Columbus Crew

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Darlington Nagbe M Atlanta United FC Trade for $700K 2020 TAM, $200K 2021 TAM, $150K 2020 GAM, 2020 international slot (additional performance incentives as well)
Axel Sjoberg D Colorado Rapids Waivers
Matt Lampson GK LA Galaxy Free acquisition
Lucas Zelarayan M UANL Tigres Transfer for reported club-record fee of $7M+ (designated player)
Vito Wormgoor D Brann Free acquisition
Sebastian Berhalter M Crew SC Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Aidan Morris M Crew SC Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Lalas Abubakar D Colorado Rapids Trade for $400K 2020 GAM, 2020 international roster slot
Luis Argudo M Inter Miami CF Expansion Draft
David Accam F Nashville SC Trade for $350K 2020 GAM, $100K 2020 TAM
Alex Crognale D Birmingham Legion Free acquisition
Ben Lundgaard GK - Option declined
David Guzman M Saprissa Free acquisition
Edward Opoku M - Option declined
Eduardo Sosa M- Option declined
Ricardo Clark M - Out of contract
Federico Higuain M - Out of contract
Romario Williams F Miami FC Free acquisition
Connor Maloney D San Antonio FC Free acquisition

FC Dallas

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Thiago Santos M Palmeiras Transfer fee undisclosed
Fafa Picault F Philadelphia Union Trade for $300K 2020 GAM, $75K 2021 GAM in performance incentives
Eddie Munjoma D FC Dallas Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Franco Jara F CF Pachuca Free transfer (July window - designated player)
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Pablo Aranguiz M Universidad de Chile Loan (one-year, option to buy)
Dominique Badji F Nashville SC Trade for $175K 2020 TAM, $150K 2020 GAM, $75K GAM in performance incentives
Eric Alexander M - Out of contract
Cristian Colman M - Option declined
Edwin Gyasi F CSKA Sofia Option declined
Moises Hernandez D - Option declined
Jacori Hayes M Minnesota United FC Traded for 3rd round pick in 2021 SuperDraft (MIN)

D.C. United

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Yamil Asad M Velez Sarsfield Free acquisition
Bill Hamid GK Midtjylland Transfer for reported $750K fee
Moses Nyeman M Loudoun United Signed Homegrown contract
Edison Flores M Club Atletico Monarcas Morelia Undisclosed fee (designated player)
Julian Gressel M Atlanta United FC Trade for $750K 2020 TAM (+performance incentives for up to total of $1.1M TAM)
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Wayne Rooney M Derby County Transfer for undisclosed fee
Luciano Acosta M Atlas Free acquisition
Moses Nyeman M Loudoun United Loan
Antonio Bustamante M - Option declined
Marquinhos Pedroso D - Option declined
Leonardo Jara D Boca Juniors Loan expiration
Quincy Amarikwa F - Out of contract
Jalen Robinson D - Out of contract
Chris Durkin M Sint-Truiden Loan

Houston Dynamo

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Darwin Quintero (+3rd Round 2020 SuperDraft pick) M Minnesota United FC Trade for $150K 2020 GAM, $150K 2020 TAM, $150K 2021 GAM, $150K 2021 TAM, Marlon Hairston (M) to MNUFC
Victor Cabrera (+$100K 2020 GAM) D Montreal Impact Trade for Romell Quioto (F) to MTL (HOU retains undisclosed percentage of sell-on rights outside MLS)
Zarek Valentin (+$75K 2021 TAM in performance incentives for Willis) D Nashville SC Trade for Joe Willis (GK) to NSH
Marcelo Palomino M Houston Dynamo Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Marko Maric GK TSG 1899 Hoffenheim Undisclosed fee
Cody Cropper GK New England Revolution Free signing
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Chris Duvall D OKC Energy FC Free acquisition
Eric Bird M FC Tulsa Free acquisition
Joe Willis GK Nashville SC Trade for Zarek Valentin to HOU (+$75K 2021 TAM in performance incentives for Willis)
Romell Quioto (+(HOU retains undisclosed percentage of sell-on rights outside MLS) F Montreal Impact Trade for Victor Cabrera (D) to HOU (+$100K 2020 GAM)
Marlon Hairston (+$150K 2020 GAM, $150K 2020 TAM, $150K 2021 GAM, $150K 2021 TAM) M Minnesota United FC Trade for Darwin Quintero (+3rd Round 2020 SuperDraft pick)
A.J. DeLaGarza D Inter Miami CF Free acquisition
Juan David Cabezas M - Option declined
Tyler Deric GK - Option declined
Darwin Ceren M - Out of contract
Maynor Figueroa D - Out of contract
Kevin Garcia D - Out of contract

LAFC

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Danny Musovski F Reno 1868 FC Free acquisition
Francisco Ginella M Montevideo Wanderers Transfer for reported $2.5M fee for 75% of player rights
Jose Cifuentes M America de Quito Undisclosed fee (+$100K 2020 GAM to ORL for MLS rights)
Kenneth Vermeer GK Feyenoord Undisclosed fee
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Lee Nguyen M Inter Miami CF Expansion Draft
Lamar Batista D - Option declined
Javier Perez M - Option declined
Peter-Lee Vassell M - Option declined
Steven Beitashour D - Out of contract
Phillip Ejimadu GK Nacional Atletico Clube Loan expiry
Tyler Miller GK Minnesota United FC Traded for $150K 2020 GAM and $50K 2021 TAM

LA Galaxy

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Aleksandar Katai M Chicago Fire Free acquisition
Emiliano Insua D VfB Stuttgart Free acquisition
Sacha Kljestan M Orlando City SC Free acquisition
Danilo Acosta D Real Salt Lake Waiver Draft
Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez F Sevilla FC Reported $9.4M fee (designated player)
Eric Lopez GK LA Galaxy II Signed Homegrown contract
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Matt Lampson GK Columbus Crew Free acquisition
Zlatan Ibrahimovic F AC Milan Free acquisition
David Romney D Nashville SC Trade for $225K 2020 GAM, $50K GAM in performance incentives
Favio Alvarez M - Option declined
Juninho M - Option declined
Joao Pedro M - Option declined
Tomas Hilliard-Arce D - Option declined
Servando Carrasco M - Option declined
Hugo Arellano D - Option declined
Bradford Jamieson IV F - Out of contract
Romain Alessandrini M - Out of contract

Inter Miami CF

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Mikey Ambrose D Atlanta United CF Re-Entry Draft
Grant Lillard D Chicago Fire Trade for $75K 2020 GAM
Luis Argudo M Columbus Crew Expansion Draft
Victor Ulloa (+1st selection in 2020 Re-Entry Draft) M FC Cincinnati Trade for $50K 2020 GAM, 3rd Round 2020 SuperDraft pick, 26th selection in 2020 Re-Entry Draft
Alvas Powell D FC Cincinnati Expansion Draft
A.J. DeLaGarza D Houston Dynamo Free acquisition
Lee Nguyen M LAFC Expansion Draft
Ben Sweat D New York City FC Expansion Draft
Luis Robles GK New York Red Bulls Free acquisition
Bryan Meredith GK Seattle Sounders Expansion Draft
Roman Torres D Seattle Sounders Free acquisition
Jay Chapman M Toronto FC Trade for $100K 2020 GAM
Juan Agudelo F Toronto FC Trade for 3rd Round 2021 SuperDraft pick
George Acosta M Austin Bold Undisclosed fee
Drake Callender GK - Signed Homegrown contract (acquired rights from SJE for 2nd Round 2020 SuperDraft pick and $150K GAM in performance incentives)
Jerome Kiesewetter M El Paso Locomotive Free acquisition
Denso Ulysse D Tacoma Defiance Undisclosed fee
John McCarthy GK Tampa Bay Rowdies Free acquisition
David Norman, Jr. M Vancouver Whitecaps Trade for conditional 2022 SuperDraft pick
Christian Makoun M Zamora Undisclosed fee
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
- - - -

Minnesota United FC

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Marlon Hairston (+$150K 2020 GAM, $150K 2020 TAM, $150K 2021 GAM, $150K 2021 TAM) M Houston Dynamo Trade for Darwin Quintero (M) to HOU (+3rd Round 2020 SuperDraft pick)
Greg Ranjitsingh GK Orlando City SC Waiver Draft
Jacori Hayes M FC Dallas Trade for 3rd round pick in 2021 SuperDraft
James Musa M Phoenix Rising FC Free signing
Tyler Miller GK LAFC Trade for $150K 2020 GAM and $50K 2021 TAM
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Darwin Quintero (+3rd Round 2020 SuperDraft pick) M Houston Dynamo Trade for Marlon Hairston (M) to MNUFC (+$150K 2020 GAM, $150K 2020 TAM, $150K 2021 GAM, $150K 2021 TAM)
Abu Danladi F Nashville SC Expansion Draft
Rasmus Schuller M HJK Helsinki Option declined
Collin Martin M - Option declined
Carter Manley D - Option declined
Wilfried Moimbe-Tahrat D - Option declined
Ally Hamis Ng'anzi M - Option declined
Lawrence Olum D - Option declined
Miguel Ibarra M - Option declined
Bobby Shuttleworth GK - Out of contract
Vito Mannone GK Reading Loan expiry (club attempting to secure a permanent transfer)
Angelo Rodriguez F - Mutual contract termination (buyout of guaranteed contract)

Montreal Impact

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Romell Quioto (+HOU retains undisclosed percentage of sell-on rights outside MLS) F Montreal Impact Trade for Victor Cabrera (D) to HOU (+$100K 2020 GAM)
Saphir Taider M Bologna Exercise of purchase option (designated player)
Ballou Tabla M FC Barcelona Undisclosed fee
Joel Waterman D Cavalry FC Reported $100K fee
Ori Okwonkwo M Bologna FC 1909 Loan
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Victor Cabrera (+$100K 2020 GAM) D Houston Dynamo Trade for Romell Quioto (F) from HOU (HOU retains undisclosed percentage of sell-on rights outside MLS)
Daniel Lovitz D Nashville SC Trade for $50K 2020 GAM, $50K 2020 TAM, 2020 international slot
Jason Beaulieu GK - Option declined
Daniel Kinumbe D - Option declined
Thomas Meilleur-Giguere D - Option declined
Omar Browne M - Option declined
Ken Krolicki M - Option declined
Jeisson Vargas M - Option declined

Nashville SC

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Brandon Vazquez F Atlanta United FC Expansion Draft (later traded to FC Cincinnati for $150K 2020 TAM)
Dax McCarty M Chicago Fire Trade for $50K 2020 GAM, $50K 2020 TAM, 2nd Round 2021 SuperDraft pick
Miguel Nazarit D Once Caldas Undisclosed fee
David Accam F Columbus Crew Trade for $350K 2020 GAM, $100K 2020 TAM
Randall Leal M Saprissa Undisclosed fee
Hany Mukhtar M Brondby IF Undisclosed fee (designated player)
Dominique Badji F FC Dallas Trade for $175K 2020 TAM, $150K 2020 GAM, $75K GAM in performance incentives
Brayan Beckeles D Olimpia Undisclosed fee
Joe Willis GK Houston Dynamo Trade for Zarek Valentin (D) to HOU ($75K TAM in Willis performance incentives)
Zarek Valentin D Portland Timbers Expansion Draft (later traded to HOU)
David Romney D LA Galaxy Trade for $225K 2020 GAM, $50K GAM in performance incentives
Jalil Anibaba D New England Revolution Expansion Draft
Abu Danladi F Minnesota United FC Expansion Draft
Daniel Lovitz D Montreal Impact Trade for $50K 2020 TAM, 50K 2020 GAM, 2020 international slot
Jimmy Medranda M Sporting Kansas City Expansion Draft
Adrian Zendejas GK Sporting Kansas City Trade for $125K 2020 TAM, $50K 2020 GAM, 2020 international slot
Matt LaGrassa M Nashville SC (USL) Signed MLS deal
Ken Tribbett D Nashville SC (USL) Signed MLS deal
Taylor Washington D Nashville SC (USL) Signed MLS deal
Alan Winn F Nashville SC (USL) Signed MLS deal
Eric Miller D New York City FC Re-Entry Draft
Anibal Godoy M San Jose Earthquakes Trade for $650K 2020 GAM
Tah Brian Anunga M Charleston Battery Reported $50K fee
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Brandon Vazquez F FC Cincinnati Trade for $150K 2020 TAM
Zarek Valentin (+75K TAM in performance incentives for Willis) D Houston Dynamo Trade for Joe Willis (GK) to NSH

New England Revolution

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Damian Rivera M New England Revolution Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Jeff Caldwell GK New York City FC Waiver Draft
Kelyn Rowe M Real Salt Lake Free acquisition
Seth Sinovic D Sporting Kansas City Free acquisition
Adam Buksa F Pogon Szczecin Transfer for reported $4M+ (designated player)
Alexander Buttner D Vitesse Undisclosed fee
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Jalil Anibaba D Nashville SC Expansion Draft
Juan Agudelo F Toronto FC Re-Entry Draft
Brian Wright F Birmingham Legion Free acquisition
Juan Fernando Caicedo F Independiente Medellin Loan option declined
Edgar Castillo D - Option declined
Brian Wright F Birmingham Legion Free acquisition
Cody Cropper GK - Out of contract
Zachary Herivaux M - Out of contract

New York City FC

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Tayvon Gray D New York City FC Academy Signed Homegrown Contract
Keaton Parks M Benfica Undisclosed fee
Gedion Zelalem M Sporting Kansas City Free signing
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Ben Sweat D Inter Miami CF Expansion Draft
Jeff Caldwell GK New England Revolution Waiver Draft
Eric Miller D Nashville SC Re-Entry Draft
Abdi Mohamed D - Option declined
Daniel Bedoya M Hartford Athletic Free acquisition
Ebenezer Ofori M VfB Stuttgart Loan option declined

New York Red Bulls

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Kendall McIntosh GK Portland Timbers Re-Entry Draft
Chris Lema M New York Red Bulls II Signed MLS contract
Jared Stroud M New York Red Bulls II Signed MLS contract
John Tolkin D New York Red Bulls Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Josh Sims M Southampton Loan renewal
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Luis Robles GK Inter Miami CF Free acquisition
Michael Murillo D Anderlecht Transfer for reported high six-figures with performance incentives to potentially more than $1M+ total
Bradley Wright-Phillips F - Out of contract
Vincent Bezecourt M - Option declined
Marcus Epps M - Option declined
Derrick Etienne, Jr. F - Option declined
Jean-Christophe Koffi M - Option declined
Evan Louro GK - Option declined
Connor Lade D - Retired

Orlando City SC

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Ruan D Barra da Tijuca Exercised loan purchase option
Andres Perea M Atletico Nacional Loan
David Loera M Orlando City SC Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Jordan Bender M Orlando City B Signed Homegrown contract
Rodrigo Schlegel D Racing Loan
Antonio Carlos D Palmeiras Loan
Junior Urso M Corinthians Undisclosed fee (DP or TAM contract TBD later)
Pedro Gallese GK Veracruz Undisclosed fee
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Greg Ranjitsingh GK Minnesota United FC Waiver Draft
Sacha Kljestan M LA Galaxy Free acquisition
Carlos Ascues D Alianza Lima Loan option declined
Adam Grinwis GK Sacramento Republic Option declined
Cameron Lindley M - Option declined
Shane O'Neill D Seattle Sounders FC Option declined
Dillon Powers M Dundee United Option declined
Lamine Sane D - Option declined
Christian Higuita M Atletico Junior Out of contract
Will Johnson M - Out of contract

Philadelphia Union

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Jose Martinez M Zulia Undisclosed fee
Jack de Vries M Bethlehem Steel FC Signed Homegrown contract
Cole Turner M Bethlehem Steel FC Signed Homegrown contract
Matej Oravec M FK DAC 1904 Dunajska Streda Undisclosed fee
Jamiro Monteiro M FC Metz Confirmed $2M fee (designated player)
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Auston Trusty D Colorado Rapids Trade for $300K 2020 TAM, $300K 2021 GAM, $150K GAM in performance incentives (PHI receives 30% of future fees in amount exceeding COL fee before 2022, 25% afterwards)
Haris Medunjanin M FC Cincinnati Waiver Draft
Fafa Picault F FC Dallas Trade for $300K 2020 GAM, $75K 2021 GAM in performance incentives
Fabinho M - Option declined
Marco Fabian F - Option declined
RJ Allen D - Option declined

Portland Timbers

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Dario Zuparic D HNK Rijeka Undisclosed fee
Yimmy Chara M Atletico Mineiro Transfer for reported $5M+ fee (designated player)
Blake Bodily M Portland Timbers Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Zarek Valentin D Nashville SC Expansion Draft
Kendall McIntosh GK New York Red Bulls Re-Entry Draft
Modou Jadama D - Option declined
Foster Langsdorf F - Option declined
Claude Dielna D - Out of contract
Brian Fernandez F Colon de Santa Fe Free acquisition (Contract terminated by POR)

Real Salt Lake

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Everton Luiz M SPAL Undisclosed fee
Alvin Jones D OKC Energy FC Transfer for reported five-figure fee
Zac MacMath GK Vancouver Whitecaps Trade for $50K 2020 TAM
Ashtone Morgan D Toronto FC Free acquisition
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Danilo Acosta D LA Galaxy Waiver Draft
Brooks Lennon F Atlanta United FC Trade for $150K 2020 GAM, $150K 2020 TAM
Kelyn Rowe M New England Revolution Free acquisition
Sebastian Saucedo M Pumas UNAM Free acquisition
Luke Mullholland M - Option declined
Joao Plata F - Option declined
Nick Rimando GK - Retired
Tony Beltran D - Retired
Alex Horwath GK - Retired
Jordan Allen M - Retired

San Jose Earthquakes

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Casey Walls D San Jose Earthquakes Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Emmanuel Ochoa GK San Jose Earthquakes Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Cristian Espinoza M Villarreal CF Transfer for club-record fee (designated player)
Judson M Tombense Undisclosed fee
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Jimmy Ockford D Louisville City FC Free acquisition
Kevin Partida M Reno 1868 FC Free acquisition
Anibal Godoy M Nashville SC Trade for $650K 2020 GAM
Francois Affolter D - Option declined
Harold Cummings D Unión Española Free acquisition

Seattle Sounders

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Stefan Cleveland (+2nd Round 2020 SuperDraft pick [35th]) GK Chicago Fire Trade for 1st Round SuperDraft pick (26th)
Shane O'Neill D Orlando City SC Free signing
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Bryan Meredith GK Inter Miami CF Expansion Draft
Saad Abdul-Salaam D FC Cincinnati Waiver Draft
Roman Torres D Inter Miami CF Free acquisition
Jonathan Campbell D - Option declined
Victor Rodriguez M - Option declined
Alex Roldan M - Option declined
Luis Silva F - Option declined
Kim Kee-hee D - Out of contract
Brad Smith D - Out of contract

Sporting Kansas City

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Richard Sanchez GK Chicago Fire Re-Entry Draft
Roberto Puncec D HNK Rijeka Undisclosed fee
Khiry Shelton F Paderborn 07 Free acquisition
Alan Pulido F CD Guadalajara Transfer for reported club-record $9.5M+ fee (designated player)
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Jimmy Medranda M Nashville SC Expansion Draft
Adrian Zendejas GK Nashville SC Trade for $125K 2020 TAM, $50K 2020 GAM, 2020 international roster spot
Seth Sinovic D New England Revolution Free acquisition
Benny Feilhaber M - Option declined
Gedion Zelalem M New York City FC Option declined
Krisztian Nemeth F - Out of contract
Nico Hasler D - Out of contract
Rodney Wallace D - Out of contract

Toronto FC

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Juan Agudelo F New England Revolution Re-Entry Draft (later traded to Inter Miami CF)
Jayden Nelson F Toronto FC Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty M Toronto FC Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Jay Chapman M Inter Miami CF Trade for $100K 2020 GAM
Drew Moor D Colorado Rapids Free acquisition
Juan Agudelo F Inter Miami CF Trade for 3rd Round 2021 SuperDraft pick
Caleb Patterson-Sewell GK - Option declined
Ashtone Morgan D - Option declined
Aidan Daniels M - Option declined
Ryan Telfer M - Option declined
Jon Bakero F Phoenix Rising FC Free acquisition
Nicolas Benezet F Guingamp Loan expiry (Later signed permanently by COL)

Vancouver Whitecaps

Transfers IN
Player Position From Notes
Lucas Cavallini F Puebla Transfer for reported club-record $6M+ fee (designated player)
Cristian Dajome F Bogota FC Undisclosed fee
Cristian Gutierrez D Colo-Colo Free transfer
Patrick Metcalfe M Vancouver Whitecaps Academy Signed Homegrown contract
Erik Godoy D Atletico Colon Undisclosed fee
Leonard Owusu M FC Ashdod Undisclosed fee
Transfers OUT
Player Position To Notes
Doneil Henry D Suwong Samsung Bluewings Undisclosed fee
Zac MacMath GK Real Salt Lake Trade for $50K 2020 TAM
David Norman, Jr. M Inter Miami CF Trade for conditional 2022 SuperDraft pick
Sean Melvin GK Colorado Springs Switchbacks Free acquisition
Brendan McDonough D - Option declined
Scott Sutter D - Option declined
Brett Levis D - Out of contract
Lass Bangoura M Rayo Vallecano Loan expiry
Joaquin Ardaiz F Chiasso Loan expiry
Anthony Blondell F CD Huachipato Undisclosed fee
PC D - Option declined
Jon Erice M - Mutual contract termination
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2019.08.28 02:45 Furshlugginer492 The Two-Day War: Stars Get in Your Eyes: Aftermath 1

2:00 a.m. EDT, eastern Maine:
A little south of Flagstaff Lake, at the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain, north of Rangely and the easternmost of the Richardson Lakes, Bill Preis and Pete Martin, two graduate students in paleontology attending the University of Southern Maine at Portland, sat, winded, on a rock shelf, hoisting brewskis. Two days ago, they had made a bar-bet with another student that they could climb to the mountain’s summit in under a day and consume a six-pack each before coming down. They both regretted it now. It was cold up here, and they were winded and beginning to get stiff and sore – but honor and a flat of kegs were at stake! So one of them got to his feet and, using his brand-new Minolta loaded with film good for any light-level except outdoor pitch-dark, took photographs to prove that they actually made Sugarloaf’s summit.
Suddenly, to the southeast, something traced a blindingly bright arc of light through the sky, clear down to the ocean. Even with several cans of beer in them apiece, they both had enough sense to turn their faces flush against the side of the mountain, covering their dazzled eyes, before they got a good deal worse than merely dazzled by the light coming from that something. They managed to cling onto their precarious perch through the quakes that followed – they had already sunk pitons into the rock so that they could rappel back down once they’d completed the ascent, and now those pitons, and the ropes around their waists tied to them, saved them from a long, hard fall off the mountain.
Now the waters came, the titanic children of Poseidon, roaring up over the land, the shockwave from the impact lensed by the Bay of Fundy to the northeast and Nova Scotia to the east back toward Maine, over the coastal plain, up into the Longfellow Mountains, clear to the ridge-tops and peaks, including Sugarloaf’s summit. Once again the two men were saved by the pitons; though the gigantic wave actually passed clear over them, drenching them with seawater and draping them with odd bits of seaweed and less identifiable flotsam, coming close to drowning them, the deep-set pitons and the nylons ropes held like champions, and, a few minutes later, bruised and battered, gagging and coughing up seawater and cursing for all they were worth, the two men were once more able to breathe freely and pull themselves into more comfortable positions.
“We’re gonna freeze our asses off up here, Petey-Boy,” Preis told Martin as they got settled on the rock shelf once more.
“Fuck that, we still got our backpacks on. Let’s dig out the rest o’ them brewskis and hoist a few, just to celebrate,” Martin told his friend, laughing a little in sheer relief at their escape. “That’ll keep us warm!”
“What about the jackets and shit we put in our packs, just in case, before we started climbing this mother?”
“Fuck ’em. They’re just as wet as we are. Prob’ly more. The beer’s wet, too – but that’s the way it’s s’posed to be, ain’t it? Gonna wet m’ whistle, I am,” Martin said. He sounded drunk, but in fact he was stone cold sober, thanks to the experience he’d just been through, shock and dawning terror confusing his thought-processes and slurring his speech.
Each man helped the other to get the beer out of his pack. As they sat there on the rock shelf, side by side, secured to the mountain by ropes and pitons, they stared morosely out toward the southeast, wondering if there would be more quakes, more waves. To the east and south there nothing more than stark blackness as far as the eye could see, relieved only by the molten silver footprints of moon and stars on the midnight waters below. For long moments, no sounds but their own and the hiss and slap of water against rock broke the silence. Then Preis said to Martin, “You feel funny, the way I do?”
“Funny? What sort of funny?”
“I, I dunno, just . . . funny. You know.”
“No, I don’t know,” said Martin. He reached out a hand, placed it on his friend’s forehead. “That’s funny – how were you feeling while we were climbing up here?”
“Nothing in particular, I mean, I felt fine. Except for the way you feel when you’ve been climbing a fucking mountain nearly a mile high. But I didn’t feel sick, if that’s what you mean. Why?”
“You’re burning up.”
“I – what?”
“Your forehead’s hot as a bastard! You’re running a fever, m’ man. Hotter’n hell.”
“Let me see,” Preis said, reaching up to touch his forehead. “It doesn’t feel hot to me.”
“That’s ’cause you’re in, inside it, dimwit! I mean, your hand’s the same, I mean . . . fuck it. Anyway, it really is hot. So’re your cheeks,” he said, feeling Preis’s face.
“Shit, Petey, I’m fine! Hell, if anything, I feel cold. And what’re you doing, feeling my cheeks, anyway, you dork pansy bastard?” Preis said, laughing crazily.
“You do, hunh?” said Martin, not joining in the laughter. “That’s what you feel when you got a raging fever, ’cause you’re losing heat faster to the air or somethin’ . . . you’re hotter, so the air feels colder and you start shivering. Like you are now.”
“Pete?”
“What, Bro’?”
“You look funny.”
“What do you mean?”
The moonlight was more than bright enough for them to see each other’s faces quite clearly.
“Your face . . . Jesus, buddy, what’s that flap of skin peeling off the right side of your face?”
Martin reached up an exploratory hand to touch the indicated area, then pulled it back as if he’d been stung. Instead of pliable skin, he’d felt an empty space rimmed by hard things – and something wet and giving just behind the latter. “Oh . . . my . . . God . . . Bill, tell me . . . what do you see on this side of my face?” he said, turning his head so that Preis could get a clear look at his face.
Preis open his mouth, but for long seconds no sound emerged from it. Then, gobbling like a flustered turkey, he said, “Pete – Pete – it’s – your face is gone on that side! It’s – there’s a hole there, and I can see . . . teeth . . . and, and bone, I think that’s what it is . . .”
On the edge of complete breakdown, Martin said, “Bill, could you . . . could you touch it, see what you feel?”
“I . . . I . . .” Clearly forcing himself to do what his friend wanted, slowly and with great reluctance Preis reached out and gingerly touched Martin’s cheek. “Oh, Christ!” he hissed, jerking his hand back and wiping it hard on his wet jeans to get rid of contamination. “Oh, fucking Jesus, Pete, your face . . . it’s falling apart! I touched – I think I touched your tongue! And bone . . . And there’s, there’s no blood, you’re not bleeding, it’s just, God, it looks rotten! It stinks, too . . .”
“S-stinks?”
“Can’t you smell it? You smell like – like that skunk somebody killed and put in the frat house late last June so it wasn’t found until September because all of us were gone for summer break, remember?”
“I – can’t smell it. I – I can’t smell a thing!” Martin cried, terror over this new discovery making his voice high and shrill. He reached up to touch his nose – and the tip broke off at his touch, tumbling into the abyss below. “Oh, God, my nose! My nose is falling apart!”
That wasn’t all. Preis, horrified, saw that Martin’s right eye was starting to sag and run over the edge of his lower eyelid. It had a distinctly greenish tinge, and even as he looked, it was dissolving under gravity’s relentless pull, running downward, spilling over the lid, down onto Martin’s right cheek. It made him think of a very old raw egg dropped onto a hard surface, the yolk melded by the passing seconds into the white, both spreading out tiredly from the crushed shell as gravity took over. He could just imagine what shape the brain behind that eye, the sinuses behind Martin’s nose, were in.
“Your hand, Bill – what’s wrong with your hand?” Martin said, his voice heavy with a strange combination of sleepiness and amazement. Apparently his left eye was still in good shape.
“What hand?” Preis said, reflexively turning his gaze downward to look at the hand with which he had touched Martin’s face. He inhaled sharply, staring at his hand.
“Bill, what is it?”
“Pete, the skin . . . the skin’s gone from my fingers! I – I – Jesus, that’s bone sticking out from my fingertips!” His voice transmuted into a thin wail that rapidly rose in pitch and volume until he was screaming the next words: “My hand is rotting away! It’s like your – your face! What’s happening to us?”
The only answer he got from Martin, other than a thick, liquid “Gug-gugl-gurg” or two, was a dumb-show informing Preis that in the last few minutes, Martin’s tongue and mouth had deteriorated so much that he could no longer talk, his tongue a soup on the floor of his mouth, the skin now completely gone from both sides of his cheeks, what was left of the muscles beneath on the left side just tatters of flesh, while those on the right gone entirely.
That’s when Preis lost it completely and began screaming, screaming into the night like some poor damned soul in Hell.
It took about three hours more before both of them were dead, their flesh dissolved to nothing more than dust and soup whirled away on the damp night wind. Only their rapidly deteriorating skeletons were left behind, still roped to the peak of Sugarloaf Mountain, ephemeral testimony to what had happened to them. Then those, too, were gone, reduced to powder mixed with a few small splinters of bone slightly more resistant than the rest of their flesh to the obscenely virulent microbes which, grubbed up from the floor of the Bay of Fundy and the continental shelf off the Maine coast by the titanic fingers of the asteroid impact, legacy of federal incompetence and the US Army’s top-secret bioweapons development program, had managed to render down two strapping, physically fit young men in their twenties to anonymous dust in just under four hours. Catching up these last mementos of the lives of two young men gone far before their time, the wind scattered them to the four quarters of the compass. And then only the pitons and tatters of rope and clothing remained to hint at the horror that had befallen them.
When the asteroid hit the sea floor, the pressure at the point of impact was about 5 megabar, equivalent to five million times normal atmospheric pressure, and the temperature in the vicinity of the strike rose to 20,000°C. In under one-fifth of a second, the meteorite and the surrounding rocks for about a third of a mile in all directions around the impact site were compressed to less than a quarter of their original volume, and in reaction they vaporized explosively. The shockwave front, expanding in all directions from the point of impact, at first roared outward at some 16 miles per second. But as the seconds passed, it fizzled out after a few kilometers, finally allowing the battered crust of the Atlantic deeps and the continental shelf the mercy of rest and recovery from the hammering brutality of heaven’s wrath. Now, below the deepest point of the melt-zone, different zones of high pressure and temperature can be identified from the differences in the way the rocks have been deformed as the pressures and temperatures diminished in proportion to the distance of the shockwave front from the impact site.
Amherst, Massachusetts: 2:00 a.m. EDT 7/16/2022. Larry Blake, a senior student of planetary science at Amherst College who planned to go for a PhD in celestial mechanics, was outside in the back yard of the rented house which he and two other students shared, trying out his brand-new, $1,500.00 SkyQuest Dobsonian telescope. It was a good night for viewing here, but he’d been plagued all day with a reasonless uneasiness which made it hard to concentrate on anything. For some reason the normal sounds of the night weren’t in evidence – no barking dogs, no cats fighting or mating in the neighborhood, even the crickets silent. For the last several nights Mother Nature had been “doing a pout trip,” as Dora, the young niece of one of his roommates, put it – the entire neighborhood gone . . . sullen, smoldering with concealed resentment or perhaps some less comprehensible, even more poisonous and volatile, emotion. But this afternoon, due to the unexpected incursion of a welcome cold front moving in from the Atlantic, the sky had cleared completely, and right now the seeing was as good as it ever was here in this light-polluted city. Even so, at any time a warm front could move in from the west and screw up the viewing, so he was determined to get as much done tonight as possible, before the lid of the meteorological pressure-cooker locked down over the city again. Muttering “Mother Nature is a bitch” under his breath, he shook himself to throw off the mood, not altogether successfully, and turned back to his ’scope.
He had been focusing on the southeastern sky, checking Jupiter out, then Mars. He also wanted to get a good look at Algol, in that same general area of sky, but much farther north. Still looking to the southeast, he was fiddling with the scope, elevating it so that it could take in Algol, and was within a hair of getting his subject perfectly in focus when the whole world suddenly became bright as noon, and he saw enormous shadows extending southwest from himself and everything nearby. Slowly, apprehension growing in him, he turned to look to the northeast, fearing the mushroom cloud he was sure he would see rising there.
Instead, to his amazement he saw a brilliant bar of white light shooting upward into the sky from that quarter, angled toward the northeast and rising somewhere around 40°-50° from the vertical as measured west to east. Created by molten rock from the impact of a 250-meter wide asteroid off the coast of Maine, it consisted of intermixed material from the asteroid, the ocean, the sea-bottom beneath, and the deep crust beyond in which the asteroid finally came to rest, blasting back up into the pillar of vacuum created by the asteroid’s fall to Earth. Weirdly, the Earth seemed to go even more silent than it has been for the last few nights, as if it were holding its breath, waiting to see what was to come. Larry, who had no idea what had caused this prodigy, found himself, in his growing terror, doing the same; he forced himself to breathe out, then breathe in again, a deep breath, then out again, as he had learned to do in that Yoga class he’d taken for a lark one summer. It didn’t help much – the light-show had only just begun.
That hot, blinding-white bar of light began to widen and change color, becoming more and more diffuse. From its base, or at any rate what appeared of it just over the tops of the low mountains between Larry and the light-pillar, tiny specks of light began to fan out in all directions. Not even realizing he was doing so, blinking polychrome afterimages out of his dazzled eyes to clear them enough to see close at hand, tapping a stud on his watch to illuminate its face, he mentally noted the time, counting off the seconds: at this elevation, sound should travel about 335 meters per second, or roughly 21 kilometers per minute, and whatever produced that thing in the sky should announce itself soon with the rumbling roar of a vast explosion. The seconds and then the minutes rolled by – and then the Earth begins to buck like a maddened bronco. Only a fall into a thick stand of low shrubs kept Larry from being battered to death by the earthquake now shaking all of Amherst and everything around it into corduroy, shaking it and shaking it until Larry was convinced his clenched teeth were going to break, his eardrums and internal organs rupture from the terrible hammering of the quake.
– And then it was over.
Hardly daring to believe he was still alive, slowly, carefully, aching in every joint, Larry pulled himself out of the battered, torn shrubbery that had just saved his life. As he did so he notes dazedly that one of the branches on which he had fallen had broken off, the sharp end puncturing his thigh, going deep into the muscle, grazing the bone, somehow missing every major blood vessel in his thigh in the process. He pulled it out, still not feeling the pain of his wound because of the tsunami of adrenaline that has just flooded his system. Dark blood trickled sluggishly down his leg from the wound, heavily staining his blue jeans; because the wound wasn’t life-threatening, he tuned it out of his awareness, forcing himself to concentrate on more pressing matters.
His legs trembling so violently he was able to regain his feet only by using the shrubs and a nearby tree to support himself, Larry looked around, trying to take in the strange new landscape that had replaced the old familiar one. Reaching into his shirt, wholly unaware he is doing so, he began telling his Rosary, over and over, by sheer reflex and nearly two decades of practice.
For, rather than the familiar tree-lined streets of Amherst, spotted by pools of mercury-arc streetlights, structured by fences, hedges, business offices and condominium apartment buildings and houses large and small, the city he had come to love looked the way Dresden must have the day after the Allies’ white-phosphorus carpet-bombing turned it into an inferno in WW 2: everywhere he looked were mounds of jumbled, smoking rubble which, minutes before, had been homes and businesses, trees down everywhere, here and there the glow of flames as hot-points began to do their dirty work. As he stared, horrified, at the desolation all around him, here and there he could hear a gradually growing pandemonium of cries and screams, people begging for help, the wailing of cats and howling of dogs. A siren went off nearby – then died out. Two or three more sirens went off – and likewise died away to silence. The quake had ground Amherst to pieces, and some of those pieces were the emergency personnel, fire and police and paramedics, their vehicles smashed to pieces by the quake. Absently he thought that it must have been at least a 9.0 quake, worse than anything in Massachusetts history or, indeed, that of the East Coast, as far back as anyone knew, even the US Geological Survey people and paleontologists whose job it was to match the geology of the region with major events of this sort.
And then he heard it: distant thunder coming from the northeast, a low bass rumble growing louder and louder. The sky went black in that direction, the stars there blotted out – smoke?
Meteors begin to streak overhead, buzzing like the demons of the Vestibule of the Inferno, the biting flies that forever torment those who chose neither good nor evil, only the line of least resistance. Bzzz . . . shree . . . bzz . . . hissss . . . shree . . . More and more followed, close on the heels of those that had gone before them, screaming like banshees as they passed overhead, touching down to the south and west like spent artillery shells, the roar of explosions marking their impacts. More and more and more shooting stars crossed the sky until they seemed to fill it completely in one blazing panorama of white fire; Larry realized with a sudden shock that the discredited astronomers Clube and Napier were right, our ancestors didn’t fear comets because they were superstitious, but instead because of hard, horrifying experience – the damned things were dangerous as hell! Fireballs fell and fell and fell from the terrified, shrieking sky, more and more fireballs streaking overhead, raining down on the appalled Earth like the flakes of fire that Dante described descending upon the sinners in the lowermost round of the Seventh Circle of the Inferno, the Violent Against Nature and Art, most missing Amherst but a few nevertheless falling short, falling on the city one after another, adding catastrophically to the destruction there, fires starting up where some of them fall.
The sky overhead had now become a brilliant yellow, as bright as the northeast was dark, illuminated not by one but a myriad daystars, albeit temporary ones – it wasn’t many more minutes until the shower of fire began to abate, fewer and fewer meteors streaking overhead, until finally the spectacular light-show came to a halt. Larry cursed the quake – it had shattered his wonderful boy-toy, the SkyQuest, and he hadn’t had even one opportunity to get a close look at any of the meteors. But at least, he thought, sighing, he was still alive – quite a feat, all things considered, given the battering the area had just taken from the quake and the meteorites.
He looked up again at the northeast – and suddenly realized, appalled, that the darkness advancing on Amherst from that direction wasn’t smoke, after all. Bright flecks gleamed here and there on that wall of blackness, silvery reflections from the fat gibbous moon hanging high in the southern sky, red reflections from a myriad fires between him and whatever it is. Smoke has an albedo as low as you can get, so what –
Oh, JesusMaryJosephGodSaveUs, it’s water! the mental shriek rose in him as that star-blazed ebon wall came on and on toward the city, toward him, roaring like lions of Apocalypse, a black mountain of water that had to be kilometers high, easily overtopping the mountains there in the northeast, smashing everything ahead of it to splinters and rock-dust, rebar and I-beams twisted like pretzels under its giant fist: Boston, Nashua, Fitchburg, Leominster – and, doubtless, Portsmouth and even, perhaps, Portland, as well, all smashed to pieces by the great Hammer of God. Whatever it was had to have hit somewhere off the coast of Maine, he thought dizzily, leaning against what was left of the storage shed in which he and his roommates kept the lawnmower, car-tools, and similar tools best stored outside, near the places where they’d be used, staring at that advancing black wall –
Moments later, the point was moot. Or not even moot. The water washed it all away, Larry and Amherst and everyone else in the area, included.

[Continued in "The Two-Day War: Stars Get in Your Eyes: Aftermath 2"]
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Tiago Djaló 19 Portugal Défenseur central AC Milan 5,00 mio. €
Reinildo Mandava 25 Mozambique Arrière gauche Belenenses SAD 3,00 mio. €
Show 20 Angola Milieu défensif 1º de Agosto 2,00 mio. €
Saad Agouzoul 21 Morocco Défenseur central Kawkab Marrakech 600 K €
Virgiliu Postolachi 19 France/Romania Avant centre Paris SG B Transfert libre

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Nicolas Pépé 24 Cote d'Ivoire/France Ailier droit FC Arsenal 80,00 mio. €
Rafael Leão 20 Portugal/Angola Avant centre AC Milan 30,00 mio. €
Thiago Mendes 27 Brazil Milieu défensif Ol. Lyonnais 22,00 mio. €
Youssouf Koné 23 Mali Arrière gauche Ol. Lyonnais 9,00 mio. €
Anwar El Ghazi 24 Netherlands/Morocco Ailier droit Aston Villa 9,00 mio. €
Edgar Ié 25 Portugal/Guinea-Bissau Défenseur central Trabzonspor Transfert libre
Kouadio-Yves Dabila 22 Cote d'Ivoire Défenseur central Cercle Brugge Prêt
Rominigue Kouamé 22 Mali/Cote d'Ivoire Milieu central Cercle Brugge Prêt
Hervé Koffi 22 Burkina Faso/Cote d'Ivoire Gardien de but Belenenses SAD Prêt

Olympique Lyonnais

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Joachim Andersen 23 Denmark Défenseur central Sampdoria 24,00 mio. €
Thiago Mendes 27 Brazil Milieu défensif LOSC Lille 22,00 mio. €
Youssouf Koné 23 Mali Arrière gauche LOSC Lille 9,00 mio. €
Jean Lucas 21 Brazil Milieu central Flamengo 8,00 mio. €
Ciprian Tatarusanu 33 Romania Gardien de but FC Nantes Transfert libre
Boubacar Fofana 20 France Ailier gauche G. Ajaccio Transfert libre

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Tanguy Ndombélé 22 France/DR Congo Milieu central Tottenham 60,00 mio. €
Ferland Mendy 24 France/Senegal Arrière gauche Real Madrid 48,00 mio. €
Nabil Fekir 26 France/Algeria Milieu offensif Real Betis 19,75 mio. €
Christopher Martins Pereira 22 Luxembourg/Cape Verde Milieu défensif BSC Young Boys 2,00 mio. €
Jordan Ferri 27 France Milieu central HSC Montpellier 2,00 mio. €
Elisha Owusu 21 France/Ghana Milieu défensif La Gantoise 1,00 mio. €
Timothé Cognat 21 France Milieu central Servette FC 70 K €
Olivier Kemen 22 France/Cameroon Milieu central FC Niort Transfert libre
Mathieu Gorgelin 28 France Gardien de but AC Le Havre Transfert libre
Jérémy Morel 35 MadagascaFrance Défenseur central Rennes Transfert libre

Olympique de Marseille

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Darío Benedetto 29 Argentina/Mexico Avant centre Boca Juniors 14,00 mio. €
Álvaro González 29 Spain Défenseur central Villarreal CF Prêt

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Lucas Ocampos 24 Argentina Ailier gauche FC Sevilla 15,00 mio. €
Clinton N'Jie 25 Cameroon Avant centre Dinamo Moscow 6,00 mio. €
Yusuf Sari 20 Turkey/France Ailier droit Trabzonspor 250 K €
Florian Escales 23 France Gardien de but Stade Laval Transfert libre
Tomas Hubocan 33 Slovakia Défenseur central Sans club -
Romain Cagnon 22 France Gardien de but Sans club -
Mario Balotelli 28 Italy/Ghana Avant centre Sans club -
Rolando 33 Portugal/Cape Verde Défenseur central Sans club -

FC Metz

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Victorien Angban 22 Cote d'Ivoire Milieu défensif Chelsea U23 6,00 mio. €
Fabien Centonze 23 France Arrière droit RC Lens 3,00 mio. €
Habib Maïga 23 Cote d'Ivoire Milieu défensif Saint-Étienne 1,00 mio. €
Thierry Ambrose 22 France/Guadeloupe Avant centre Man City U23 Prêt
Papa Ndiaga Yade 19 Senegal Milieu offensif Génération Foot Transfert libre
Manuel Cabit 26 Martinique/France Arrière gauche AC Ajaccio Transfert libre
Kévin N'Doram 23 France/Chad Milieu défensif AS Monaco Prêt

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Cafú 26 Portugal Milieu central Legia Varsovie 800 K €
Jonathan Rivierez 30 France/French Guiana Arrière droit SM Caen Transfert libre
Oumar Gonzalez 21 France/Cameroon Défenseur central FC Chambly Transfert libre
Gauthier Hein 22 France Ailier droit Valenciennes FC Prêt
Cheikh Tidiane Sabaly 20 Senegal Ailier gauche Pau FC Prêt
Vincent Thill 19 Luxembourg Milieu offensif US Orléans Prêt
Laurent Jans 26 Luxembourg Arrière droit SC Paderborn Prêt
Iván Balliu 27 Albania/Spain Arrière droit Sans club -
Emmanuel Rivière 29 France/Martinique Avant centre Sans club -

Nîmes Olympique

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Sidy Sarr 23 Senegal Milieu défensif LB Châteauroux 2,00 mio. €
Haris Duljevic 25 Bosnia-Herzegovina Ailier gauche Dynamo Dresden 1,00 mio. €
Vlatko Stojanovski 22 Macédoine du Nord Avant centre Renova 300 K €
Romain Philippoteaux 31 France Milieu gauche AJ Auxerre 300 K €
Pablo Martinez 30 France/Spain Défenseur central R. Strasbourg Transfert libre
Zinedine Ferhat 26 Algeria Milieu droit AC Le Havre Transfert libre

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Téji Savanier 27 France Milieu central HSC Montpellier 9,50 mio. €
Denis Bouanga 24 Gabon/France Ailier gauche Saint-Étienne 4,50 mio. €
Sada Thioub 24 Senegal/France Milieu droit SCO Angers 3,50 mio. €
Umut Bozok 22 Turkey/France Avant centre FC Lorient 1,50 mio. €
Baptiste Valette 26 France Gardien de but AS Nancy Transfert libre
Abdel Malik Hsissane 28 Morocco/France Milieu défensif Le Puy-en-Velay Transfert libre
Rachid Alioui 27 Morocco/France Avant centre SCO Angers Transfert libre
Hervé Lybohy 35 Cote d'Ivoire/France Défenseur central AS Nancy Transfert libre
Martin Sourzac 27 France Gardien de but AS Nancy Transfert libre
Féthi Harek 36 Algeria/France Arrière gauche Fin de carrière -
Panagiotis Vlachodimos 27 Greece/Germany Milieu gauche Sans club -

AS Monaco

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Gelson Martins 24 Portugal/Cape Verde Ailier droit Atlético Madrid 30,00 mio. €
Benjamin Lecomte 28 France Gardien de but HSC Montpellier 13,50 mio. €
Ruben Aguilar 26 France/Spain Arrière droit HSC Montpellier 8,00 mio. €

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Youri Tielemans 22 Belgium/DR Congo Milieu central Leicester City 45,00 mio. €
Ronaël Pierre-Gabriel 21 France Arrière droit 1.FSV Mainz 05 5,50 mio. €
Ibrahima Diallo 20 France/Senegal Milieu central Stade Brest 29 2,00 mio. €
Paul Nardi 25 France Gardien de but FC Lorient 1,50 mio. €
Khéphren Thuram 18 France/Guadeloupe Milieu défensif OGC Nice Transfert libre
Loïc Badiashile 21 France/DR Congo Gardien de but Cercle Brugge Prêt
Jordi Mboula 20 Spain/Congo Ailier droit Cercle Brugge Prêt
Jean-Eudes Aholou 25 Cote d'Ivoire Milieu défensif Saint-Étienne Prêt
Kévin N'Doram 23 France/Chad Milieu défensif FC Metz Prêt
Julien Serrano 21 France Arrière gauche Cercle Brugge Prêt
Samuel Grandsir 22 France/Senegal Milieu droit Stade Brest 29 Prêt
Jonathan Mexique 24 France Milieu central SO Cholet Transfert libre
Giulian Biancone 19 France Arrière droit Cercle Brugge Prêt
Pelé 27 Guinea-Bissau/Portugal Milieu défensif Reading Prêt
Antonio Barreca 24 Italy Arrière gauche Genoa Prêt
Andrea Raggi 35 Italy Défenseur central Sans club -

Montpellier HSC

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Téji Savanier 27 France Milieu central Nîmes Olympique 9,50 mio. €
Andy Delort 27 Algeria/France Avant centre Toulouse 4,50 mio. €
Arnaud Souquet 27 France Arrière droit La Gantoise 2,80 mio. €
Jordan Ferri 27 France Milieu central Ol. Lyonnais 2,00 mio. €
Matis Carvalho 20 Portugal/France Gardien de but Toulouse B Transfert libre

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Benjamin Lecomte 28 France Gardien de but AS Monaco 13,50 mio. €
Isaac Mbenza 23 Belgium/DR Congo Ailier droit Huddersfield 12,50 mio. €
Ruben Aguilar 26 France/Spain Arrière droit AS Monaco 8,00 mio. €
Ellyes Skhiri 24 Tunisia/France Milieu défensif 1. FC Köln 6,00 mio. €
Yannis Ammour 20 France/Tunisia Avant centre AS Béziers Prêt
Killian Sanson 22 France Milieu défensif Quevilly-Rouen Prêt
Bryan Passi 21 France/Congo Défenseur central FC Niort Transfert libre
Morgan Poaty 21 France Arrière gauche EA Guingamp ?
Giovanni Sio 30 Cote d'Ivoire/France Avant centre Genclerbirligi ?
Jonathan Ligali 28 France/Benin Gardien de but Sans club -
Jérémie Porsan-Clemente 21 France/Martinique Arrière droit Sans club -

FC Nantes

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Marcus Coco 23 France/Guadeloupe Ailier droit EA Guingamp 3,00 mio. €
Molla Wagué 28 Mali/France Défenseur central Udinese 1,50 mio. €
Abou Ba 20 France/Senegal Milieu central AS Nancy 1,00 mio. €
Dennis Appiah 27 France/Ghana Arrière droit RSC Anderlecht 750 K €
Mehdi Abeid 26 Algeria/France Milieu central FCO Dijon Transfert libre
Bridge Ndilu 18 France Avant centre Stade Laval Transfert libre
Alban Lafont 20 France/Burkina Faso Gardien de but Fiorentina Prêt

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Diego Carlos 26 Brazil Défenseur central FC Sevilla 15,00 mio. €
Koffi Djidji 26 Cote d'Ivoire/France Défenseur central Torino 4,50 mio. €
Anthony Limbombe 24 Belgium/DR Congo Ailier gauche Standard Liège Montant du prêt:1,00 mio. €
Ciprian Tatarusanu 33 Romania Gardien de but Ol. Lyonnais Transfert libre
Maxime Dupé 26 France Gardien de but Clermont Foot Prêt
Quentin Braat 21 France Gardien de but FC Niort Prêt
Enock Kwateng 22 France/Ghana Arrière droit G. Bordeaux Transfert libre

OGC Nice

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Khéphren Thuram 18 France/Guadeloupe Milieu défensif AS Monaco Transfert libre

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Allan Saint-Maximin 22 France/Guadeloupe Ailier droit Newcastle Utd. 18,00 mio. €
Romain Perraud 21 France Arrière gauche Stade Brest 29 2,00 mio. €
Olivier Boscagli 21 France Arrière gauche PSV Eindhoven 2,00 mio. €
Christophe Jallet 35 France Arrière droit SC Amiens Transfert libre
Jean-Victor Makengo 21 France/DR Congo Milieu central Toulouse Prêt
Mouez Hassen 24 Tunisia/France Gardien de but Sans club -

Paris Saint-Germain

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Abdou Diallo 23 France/Senegal Défenseur central Bor. Dortmund 32,00 mio. €
Idrissa Gueye 29 Senegal Milieu défensif FC Everton 30,00 mio. €
Pablo Sarabia 27 Spain Milieu offensif FC Sevilla 18,00 mio. €
Marcin Bulka 19 Poland Gardien de but Chelsea U23 Transfert libre
Mitchel Bakker 19 Netherlands Arrière gauche Ajax U21 Transfert libre
Ander Herrera 29 Spain Milieu central Manchester Utd. Transfert libre

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Giovani Lo Celso 23 Argentina/Italy Milieu central Real Betis 22,00 mio. €
Moussa Diaby 19 France/Mali Ailier gauche Bay. Leverkusen 15,00 mio. €
Christopher Nkunku 21 France/DR Congo Milieu central RB Leipzig 13,00 mio. €
Grzegorz Krychowiak 29 Poland Milieu défensif Loko Moskau 12,00 mio. €
Timothy Weah 19 United States/France Avant centre LOSC Lille 10,00 mio. €
Kevin Trapp 29 Germany Gardien de but E. Frankfurt 7,00 mio. €
Gianluigi Buffon 41 Italy Gardien de but Juventus Turin Transfert libre
Adrien Rabiot 24 France Milieu central Juventus Turin Transfert libre
Dani Alves 36 Brazil/Spain Arrière droit FC São Paulo Transfert libre

Stade de Reims

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Predrag Rajkovic 23 Serbia Gardien de but M. Tel Aviv 5,00 mio. €
Björn Engels 24 Belgium Défenseur central Olymp. Pirée 4,00 mio. €
Yehvann Diouf 20 France/Senegal Gardien de but ES Troyes AC Transfert libre
Marshall Munetsi 23 Zimbabwe Milieu central Orlando Pirates ?
Dialy Kobaly Ndiaye 19 Senegal Gardien de but Cayor Foot ?

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Björn Engels 24 Belgium Défenseur central Aston Villa 8,00 mio. €
Edouard Mendy 27 Senegal/Guinea-Bissau Gardien de but Rennes 4,00 mio. €
Pablo Chavarría 31 Argentina/Italy Avant centre RCD Mallorca Transfert libre
Yohan Roche 21 France Défenseur central Rodez AF Transfert libre
Thomas Fontaine 28 MadagascaFrance Défenseur central FC Lorient ?
Virgile Piechocki 22 France Milieu offensif G. Ajaccio ?
Aly Ndom 23 France/Senegal Milieu central AJ Auxerre ?
Johann Carrasso 31 France Gardien de but Sans club -
Marvin Martin 31 France Milieu offensif Sans club -

Stade Rennais

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
M'Baye Niang 24 Senegal/France Avant centre Torino 15,00 mio. €
Flavien Tait 26 France Ailier gauche SCO Angers 9,00 mio. €
Edouard Mendy 27 Senegal/Guinea-Bissau Gardien de but Stade Reims 4,00 mio. €
Jérémy Morel 35 MadagascaFrance Défenseur central Ol. Lyonnais Transfert libre
Romain Salin 34 France Gardien de but Sporting CP Transfert libre

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Tomas Koubek 26 Czech Republic Gardien de but FC Augsburg 7,50 mio. €
Benjamin André 28 France Milieu central LOSC Lille 7,00 mio. €
Brandon 24 Spain Avant centre CA Osasuna 2,00 mio. €
Mexer 30 Mozambique Défenseur central G. Bordeaux Transfert libre
Ludovic Baal 33 French Guiana/France Arrière gauche Stade Brest 29 Transfert libre
Abdoulaye Diallo 27 Senegal/France Gardien de but Genclerbirligi Transfert libre
Nicolas Janvier 20 France Milieu central Sans club -
Edvinas Gertmonas 23 Lithuania Gardien de but Sans club -
Hatem Ben Arfa 32 France/Tunisia Milieu offensif Sans club -
Mehdi Zeffane 27 Algeria/France Arrière droit Sans club -
Romain Danzé 32 France Arrière droit Fin de carrière -

AS Saint-Étienne

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Denis Bouanga 24 Gabon/France Ailier gauche Nîmes Olympique 4,50 mio. €
Ryad Boudebouz 29 Algeria/France Milieu offensif Real Betis 3,50 mio. €
Zaydou Youssouf 19 France/Comoros Milieu central G. Bordeaux 2,00 mio. €
Sergi Palencia 23 Spain Arrière droit FC Barcelone 2,00 mio. €
Miguel Trauco 26 Peru Arrière gauche Flamengo 1,00 mio. €
Alpha Sissoko 22 France/Mali Arrière droit Clermont Foot Transfert libre
William Saliba 18 France/Cameroon Défenseur central FC Arsenal Prêt
Harold Moukoudi 21 France Défenseur central AC Le Havre Transfert libre
Jean-Eudes Aholou 25 Cote d'Ivoire Milieu défensif AS Monaco Prêt

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
William Saliba 18 France/Cameroon Défenseur central FC Arsenal 30,00 mio. €
Rémy Cabella 29 France Milieu offensif Krasnodar 12,00 mio. €
Habib Maïga 23 Cote d'Ivoire Milieu défensif FC Metz 1,00 mio. €
Jorginho 23 Guinea-Bissau/Portugal Ailier gauche Ludogorets 850 K €
Mickaël Panos 22 France Arrière droit Pafos FC Transfert libre
Alexis Guendouz 23 France/Algeria Gardien de but Pau FC Prêt
Neven Subotic 30 Germany/Serbia Défenseur central Union Berlin Transfert libre
Pierre-Yves Polomat 25 France/Martinique Arrière gauche Genclerbirligi Transfert libre
Oussama Tannane 25 Morocco/Netherlands Ailier droit Vitesse Prêt
Makhtar Gueye 21 Senegal Avant centre AS Nancy Prêt

RC Strasbourg

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Alexander Djiku 24 France/Ghana Défenseur central SM Caen 4,50 mio. €
Jean-Ricner Bellegarde 21 Haiti/France Milieu central RC Lens 2,00 mio. €
Lamine Koné 30 Cote d'Ivoire/France Défenseur central AFC Sunderland 1,50 mio. €
Diogo Branco 21 Portugal Défenseur central CO Montijo Transfert libre

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Yoann Salmier 26 French Guiana/France Défenseur central ES Troyes AC 500 K €
Pablo Martinez 30 France/Spain Défenseur central Nîmes Olympique Transfert libre
Anthony Gonçalves 33 France/Portugal Milieu central SM Caen Transfert libre
Duplexe Tchamba 21 Cameroon Défenseur central Strømsgodset Prêt
Diogo Branco 21 Portugal Défenseur central CO Montijo Prêt
Idriss Saadi 27 Algeria/France Avant centre Cercle Brugge Prêt

Toulouse FC

Arrivées

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Depuis Prix
Wesley Saïd 24 France Ailier droit FCO Dijon 8,00 mio. €
Efthymios Koulouris 23 Greece Avant centre PAOK Saloniki 3,50 mio. €
Agustín Rogel 21 Uruguay/Italy Défenseur central KS Samara 2,50 mio. €
Jean-Victor Makengo 21 France/DR Congo Milieu central OGC Nice Prêt
William Vainqueur 30 France/Haiti Milieu défensif Antalyaspor Prêt

Départs

Joueur Age Nationalité Position Vers Prix
Christopher Jullien 26 France Défenseur central Celtic Glasgow 8,00 mio. €
Andy Delort 27 Algeria/France Avant centre HSC Montpellier 4,50 mio. €
Alexis Blin 22 France Milieu défensif SC Amiens 1,65 mio. €
Steven Fortes 27 Cape Verde/France Défenseur central RC Lens 1,00 mio. €
Yannick Cahuzac 34 France Milieu défensif RC Lens Transfert libre
Yann Bodiger 24 France Milieu défensif Cádiz CF Transfert libre
Clément Michelin 22 France Arrière droit RC Lens Transfert libre
François Moubandje 29 Switzerland/Cameroon Arrière gauche Dinamo Zagreb Transfert libre
Hakim El Mokeddem 20 France/Algeria Milieu offensif Stade Laval Transfert libre
Jimmy Durmaz 30 Sweden/Turkey Ailier droit Galatasaray Transfert libre
Jessy Pi 25 France Milieu défensif SM Caen ?
Firmin Mubele 25 DR Congo Avant centre FC Astana Prêt
Marc Vidal 28 France Gardien de but Sans club -
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2018.12.21 16:00 FreeCandyVanDriver 4th Annual "History of Naming Conventions" (Part 1)

Indeed, the "History of Naming Conventions" is back for it's forth annual installment during the holiday season to give you everything you ever wanted to know about the names of clubs from all over the world. And this time, it's been divided up into two posts, it's even more comprehensive, it's a touch more detailed, and I didn't fuck up as much on the Portuguese and Spanish language clubs.
Not only did I dive into Poland with more vigor, I also dove heat-first into some obscure tiers of the Finnish leagues, waded into the deeper end of Middle-Eastern clubs, and found myself thoroughly lost in the myriad of variants used in Southeast Asia and Japan. It's been a blast learning even more about these obscure naming conventions, even though I have had to put Google Translate through hell and back to accomplish it.
With all the new additions, we're breaking this year's post down into two separate parts: Initials for Part 1, with Part 2 containing Numbers and Words. A link to Part 2 is located at the bottom of this post for ease of use.
And because every year one of you punks get all uppity and try to post what you think is the real story on Sheffield FC, I have included an excerpt from a deeply researched and detailed early history of the club taken from an article I had written as a separate comment below.
Happy Holidays, -FCVD

History Of Naming Conventions

While many fans understand that clubs have differing naming conventions, such as Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, and Sheffield F.C., many fans have absolutely no idea what those specific conventions imply. I'm here to set the record straight on why your club is named why it is. But let's start with the basics first, like the first football team, Sheffield F.C., and work our way up.

The Basics: “F.C.”

“F.C.” Stands for “Football Club.” From almost their beginning, Sheffield F.C. used the term “F.C.” to differentiate it from the other sports club in Sheffield at the time – the rugby club named that was simply named “Sheffield.” Since football was a brand new thing, the club adopted the “F.C.” to simply allow the locals to know that it wasn't the rugby team – it was the other Sheffield club playing that new sport where someone can't use their hands.
And since rugby clubs had sprouted up all over England long before the game we know as "modern" football became popular, almost every new football club took the naming convention of “F.C.”
At this point, you might be asking yourself, “Why 'club' though?” At that time, all sporting groups were “clubs,” as it was seen as more of a hobby than a profession or a business.
So you might be thinking “Okay, but what about A.F.C.?” Simple: the founding of football did not coincide with a codified set of rules. At the time, several set of rules were around, including “Sheffield Rules” and the now-familiar “Association Football Rules”. In cities that had a club that played under Sheffield Rules were often named “F.C.” and if another club that played under Association Football Rules in the same town, that club would take the “A.F.C.” convention. “A.F.C.” disappeared for the most part as most teams has played under the Association Football Rules by the end of the 19th century, although some teams have kept their old name still to this day.
So - that's how the whole “F.C.” started.
But what about all of the others? Where did they come from? Why is there teams that use the term “Old Boys”? The following list will go through damn near each and every variation.

The “Rules”

Before we do that, however, it pays to remember that the “rules” behind each naming convention are often not always 100% for each and every club with these naming conventions. Some clubs have just chosen to use the naming convention for the sound of it. Others have used it because it helped with marketing. And who knows why they chose 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig for a name? Well, I know why, and you are about to.

The List of Naming Conventions:

The Super Important Ones:

These two form the basis of most club structures - and will be repeatedly referenced throughout the massive list below. Understanding these two in advance of reading the list will make your life substantially easier. Trust me.
Initials Fully Expanded Location Translation & Meaning Example Club & Nation
F.C. Football Club Worldwide F.C. is used by many teams throughout the world and is simply to brand the team as a football club. Historically used in England to differentiate between football and rugby clubs playing in the same town, F.C. became the most commonly used initials in football worldwide, with many variations of F.C. based on local languages words for "Football Club". Minnesota United F.C. (United States)
S.C. (1) Sports Club (various spellings) Worldwide S.C. is used by teams throughout the world where the founding of the team originated from an organized group of individuals in order to provide structure to activities. The use of S.C. implies that the organization running the clubs have clubs in more than one sport. Oftentimes it involves a large youth organization in many sports, while offering a professional tier to more than one sport. The term “Sports Club” is important to note as many teams throughout the world will have various initials that translate into this specific definition in English. Simba S.C. (Tanzania)

The Initials:

(This is set up in alphabetical order, minus the first two entries, which are deemed important enough that you need to know them before others as they are referenced frequently throughout the list.)
Initials Fully Expanded Location Translation & Meaning Example Club & Nation
AA Atletiek Associatie Low Countries Dutch for "Athletic Association" with the implied meaning behind the typical usage of "Sports Club." Traditionally, they offer teams and training in several sports beyond football AA Gent, now known as KAA Gent (Belgium)
A.C. Associazione Calcio Italy Used in Italian-speaking regions, “Associazione Calcio" translates into English as “Football Association” and is the Italian equivalent of “A.F.C.” A.C. Milan (Italy)
A.D. (1) Asociación Deportiva or Agrupación Deportiva Spain, Latin America The Spanish-language version of “SA”, this translates roughly into Sports Association. It's often found in Spanish speaking nations throughout the world, but particularly in Spain itself A.D. Isidro Metapán (El Salvador)
A.D. (2) Associação Desportiva Portugal The Portuguese-language version of “SA”, this translates loosely into Sports Association and is used in the same context AD Nogueirense (Portugal)
A.F.C. Association Football Club Worldwide Historically used by older clubs to highlight that the club played under the Association Football rules, also was used to differentiate between other types of football clubs from the same area. A.F.C. Bournemouth (England)
A.S. Association Sportive (various spellings) France, Italy, Africa Used primarily in French and Italian speaking nations, it translates as “Sports Association.” Many clubs use this in former French colonies, as well as Italy and France A.S. Douanes (Niger)
A.S.A. (1) Asociația Sportivă Armatei (various spellings) Eastern Europe This roughly translates into “Army Sports Association”, which implies that the club is run by the army, but is not always the case as clubs with A.S.A can be independently run. ASA București, now CSA Steaua București (Romania)
A.S.A. (2) Asociația Sportivă Ardealul Romania This translates into "Transylvania Sports Association", and found exclusively in Romania ASA 2013 Târgu Mureș (Romania)
A.S.D. Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Italy Roughly translates to "Amateur Sports Association”, and found exclusively in Italian-speaking communities. Usage denotes pure amateur clubs (either current or historical) and are often clubs run by the local municipalities. They offer programs from under-4 through Adult leagues. Not many are found near the top of the pyramid, but they form the basis of youth football clubs in Italy A.S.D. Sanremese (Italy)
B (1) Boldklub (various spellings) Denmark, Scandinavia Translates into "Ball Club", with the same implied connotations as "Football Club". As the single letter "B", it is found almost exclusively in Denmark, but has been used throughout Scandinavia. Vejle Boldklub, known as VB (Denmark)
B (2) "B" Squad Worldwide In this instance the letter "B" indicates that this club is the secondary team to the primary Adult team fielded by the organization, and often indicates the "reserve" squad for professional teams Real Betis B (Spain)
B.K. Ballklubb (various spellings) Scandinavia Translates into "Ball Club", with the same implied connotations as "Football Club". Found throughout Scandinavian nations and is fairly common. Rosenborg BK (Norway)
BSG Betriebssportgemeinschaft German speaking nations Translates as "Sports Associations" with the same connotations as "Sports Associations", these clubs also were almost always within the government control of the GDEast German government during the Cold War. Used to denote the Sports Branch of particular trade associations, such as Dynamo, Lokomotive, and Stahl BSG Wismut Aue, now FC Erzgebirge Aue (Germany)
BSV Ballsportverein or Ballspielverein German speaking nations Translates into "Ball Sports Club" and used in the same context as "Sports Club" they are often found to maintain clubs in multiple sports, and often have programs for youth, men and women. BSV Borussia 09 e.V. Dortmund, known as Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
BV Ballsportverein or Ballspielverein German speaking nations Translates into "Ball Sports Club" and used in the same context as "Sports Club" they are often found to maintain clubs in multiple sports, and often have programs for youth, men and women. BV Cloppenburg Frauen (Germany)
C Combinatie Netherlands Translates into "Combined", meaning that the club was founded as a merger between two existing clubs, usually found at the end of other initials. RKC Waalwijk (Netherlands)
C.A. Club Atlético or Clube Atlético Spain, Portugal, Latin America Translates into “Athletic Club”, these clubs are usually privately owned teams that have an outreach program within the community. Several teams with C.A. do not, however, and have the name as a basis to show that it is sponsored by a private, members-only club. C.A. Progreso (Uruguay)
C.D. Club Deportivo (various spellings) Iberian peninsula, Latin America This translates into “Sports Club” in English, and is used in the same manner. Club Deportivo Pacífico FC (Peru)
C.F. Club Football (various spellings) Worldwide Found primarily in Spanish and Portuguese speaking nations, C.F. holds the same meaning as "Football Club." It is used in nations where the local language switches the order of words C.F. Monterrey (Mexico)
C.F.C. Cricket Football Club or Cricket & Football Club Worldwide Fairly rare, C.F.C is used either for teams comprised of cricket players or for a football club founded by a dedicated Cricket Club. These clubs are founded almost exclusively by British expats in major cities throughout the world. Genoa C.F.C. (Italy)
C.S. Club Sport Latin America Localized variant of Sport Club, and used with the same meaning CS Herediano (Honduras)
CSCA Central Army Sports Club Soviet-Bloc Eastern Europe CSCA is a spelling variation of CSKA, see CSKA for details CSCA-Rapid Chisinau (Moldova) - Rebranded as FC Steaua București
CSA Clubul Sportiv al Armatei Eastern Europe Translated as "Army Sports Club", this implies that the team is affiliated with the army, as well as fielding teams in multiple sports CSA Steaua București (Romania)
CSKA Central Army Sports Club Soviet-Bloc Nations CSKA is a hold-over from the Soviet-Bloc era. There are several various spellings of the initials that mean "Central Army Sports Club", such as CSCA and CWKS. Traditionally, these teams were comprised of members of the Army, but several teams were known to pay players to “join the army” and gave out higher incomes than to the common athlete/soldiers. PFC CSKA Moscow (Russia)
CWKS Central Army Sports Club Poland In Poland, these teams were either comprised of Army players or were freestanding clubs that were merged with Army clubs but still run independently of the army structure. A variation of CSKA. CWKS Resovia Rzeszow (Poland)
DJK Deutsche Jugendkraft Germany Translated into "German Youth Power", these clubs typically have a traditional youth development component. These clubs are often founded to give their youth outreach players a place to play after they have come of age DJK Agon 08 Düsseldorf (Germany)
E.C. Esporte Clube Brazil Translates to "Sports Club" in Brazilian Portuguese and are found exclusively in Brazil. They serve the same role as a traditional community-based organization like Sport Clubs. Esporte Clube Bahia (Brazil)
e.V. eingetragener Verein German speaking nations Loosely translated into "Registered Association", it indicates that the club is officially registered with the government Fußballclub Rot-Weiß Erfurt e.V. (Germany)
F.B.C. Foot Ball Club South America Rarely used. Found in Peru almost exclusively, and most likely comes from the separating of the two syllables in "foot-ball" into two separate words when using "Football Club" as a part of the clubs name FBC Melgar (Peru)
FF (1) Fotbollförening (various spellings) Scandinavia Translates into "Football Association", it carries the same meaning as either "Football Club" or "Sports Club", depending on the club using it Malmö FF (Sweden)
FF (2) Fodsports forening (various spellings) Scandinavia Literally translated as "Foot Sport Association", these clubs are often the same as Sports Clubs, although a few offer only Football as a sport. Viborg Fodsports Forening, known as VFF (Denmark)
F.F.C. Frauenfußballclub German speaking nations Used in locations where the local word for “Women's” starts with the letter “F,” often used by clubs in Germany. 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam (Germany)
F.K. Football Klub (various spellings) Worldwide Meaning "football Club", F.K. is used in nations where the word “Club” is started with the letter “K,” FK Dinamo-Rīnuži (Latvia)
FSV Fussball- und Sportverein Germany Translates to "Football and Sports Clubs," and is to be used in the same manner as "Sports Club." 1. FSV Mainz 05 (Germany)
G.C. Gymnast Club (various spellings) Europe Rare, but denotes that the club was a part of the sweeping “Sports Club” movement of the early-20th century G.C. 'Azur, now OGC Nice (France)
G.D. Grupo Desportivo Portugal Portuguese for "Sports Group", this is used in the same manner as "Sports Club" G.D. Fabril (Portugal)
GF Gymnastikforening Denmark Found almost exclusively in Denmark, the literal translation is "Gymnastics Association." These football clubs were founded by groups that already had a background in offering gymnastics programs AGF Aarhus (Denmark)
GIF Gymnastik- & Idrottsförening Sweden, Scandinavia Loosely translates into "Athletic & Sports Association" and is used in the same manner as "Sports Club" GIF Sundsvall (Sweden)
GKS Górniczy Klub Sportowy Poland Translates into "Mining Sport Club", where the "G" denotes a mining "KS" (Klub Sportowy), and is used in the same manner GKS Katowice (Poland)
GmbH Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung German speaking nations While not an exact translation, it's meaning is the same as Limited Liability Company. This indicates that the club is not publicly traded nor it is a community-owned club held in a trust. They are a privately-owned business in which the individual owners are not liable for debts incurred by the club itself Bayer 04 Leverkusen Fußball GmbH (Germany)
IF Idrottsförening Scandinavia Swedish for “Sports Association”, but is often used in the same way that we would imagine a “Sports Club” being used by English speakers. Djurgårdens IF (Sweden)
IFK Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna Sweden, Finland Swedish for "Sporting Society Comrades,” clubs within the IFK are a part of an over-arching Scandinavian Youth organization. They trace their roots back more than 110 years and spread throughout Scandinavia. Currently the IFK's are still focused on multiple sports, and still exist in both Sweden and Finland. IFK Göteborg (Sweden)
IK Idræts Klub (various spellings) Denmark, Scandinavia Translated into "Sports Club," it's use is more like a “S & C/Sports & Culture” club when it is used by teams in Denmark that are made up of players in the foreign diaspora. However, for teams that are not made up of foreign-born players, IK is used in the same fashion as “Sports Club.” Hobro IK (Denmark)
IL Idrettslag Norway Used almost exclusively in Norway, it translates into “Sports Club” with the same meaning implied. Flekkerøy IL (Norway)
IS Idrottsällskap Sweden Loosely translated into "Sports Society", it holds the same meaning as Sports Club. Örgryte IS (Sweden)
J.K./JK (1) Jimnastik Kulübü Turkey Translated into "gymnastics club", it's use indicates that the club itself has either a history of operating a Gymnastics club or is currently running one. In modern usage, these clubs are seen the same way as one sees the usage of "Sports Club" Beşiktaş J.K. (Turkey)
JK (2) Jalkapalloklubi or Jalkapallokerho Finland Loosely translates into "Football Club" and holds the same meaning Jyväskylän Jalkapalloklubi, known as JJK (Finland)
K Koninklijke Belgium Literally translates into "Royal". Any club with 50 years of continued existence can add "Koninklijke" to their name in Belgium. Has no bearing on the type of club. K. Lierse S.K. (Belgium)
KAA Koninklijke Atletiek Associatie Belgium, Low Countires Literally translates to "Royal Athletics Association", and is used in the same fashion as "Sports Club" is. These clubs started off as having "AA", as opposed to "KAA", as teams are allowed to add "Koninklijke" (Royal) to their club name after 50 years of continued existence K.A.A. Gent (Belgium)
K.S. Klub Sportowy Poland This directly translates into “Sports Club”, and has the same connotation and usage Piast Gliwice K.S. (Poland)
M Mestský Czeck and Slovak Republics Literally translated as "City", it denotes the location of the team. Usually precedes other initials, such as MFK MFK Dubnica (Slovakia)
N.K. Nogometni klub Balkan Nations Loosely translates into and is the equivalent to “Football Club”. common at both the upper-tier clubs and lower leagues NK Svoboda (Slovenia)
O Olympic (various spellings) Worldwide Very rarely used in initials, it's used mainly as a reference to the Olympic ideals, and most often used in conjunction with another set of initials OGC Nice (France)
P.F.C. Professional Football Club Worldwide a rare usage, usually indicates a team that has had an amateur side in previous years or still maintains clubs in other sports with an amateur status. Also has found usage as former Government-run teams, such as army, taxation, or police clubs PFC CSKA Moscow (Russia)
PK Pallokerho Finland Translates into "Ball Club", and hold the same connotation as "Football Club" PK-35 Vantaa (Finland)
PS (1) Persatuan Sepakbola Indonesia Translated into "Football Association", it carries the same meaning as "Football Club" PS Tentara Nasional Indonesia (Indonesia)
(x)PS (2) Palloseura Finland Unique in the fact that there is always a letter or two in front of the "PS" which is the first letter(s) of the the town that the club is based in. Translated into "Ball Society", it traditionally carries the same meaning as "Football Club" Turun Palloseura/TPS (Finland)
PV Palloveikot Finland Loosely translates into "Ball Fraternity", it's used in the same way as "Social Club" would be used Tampereen Pallo-Veikot (Finland)
R (1) Royal Worldwide Typically added to a club's name after either 50 years of existence or by royal decree via patronage. had no bearing on the organizational operations of the club R Antwerp F.C. (Belgium)
R (2) Regatta (various spellings) Worldwide While fairly rare, the usage of "R" within this context usually signifies a historical tie with a rowing or sailing club Botafogo R (Brazil)
RC (3) Racing/Racing Club (various spellings) Worldwide The usage of "Racing" and "Racing Club" does not necessarily imply anything, but several teams that use a variation of it have historical ties to Track & Field groups, while others have ties to horse racing and even racing various types of boats. It carries zero significance to how the club currently operates, however. RC Lens (France)
R (4) Radnički Croatia, former Yugoslavian nations Meaning "Worker", these clubs are often founded by the "working class" of a town. Most often used a precursor to another abbreviation RNK Split (Croatia)
RB Rasenballsport Fantasyland This term is totally made up by Red Bull to circumvent branding rules in international competitions, yet they claim it's a legitimate term that translates into "Lawn Ball Sport". To any reasonable person, "RB" stands solely for the most crass modern marketing in football. RB Leipzig (Germany)
R.C.D. Real Club Deportivo Spain Translated into "Royal Sports Club," it implies a Sports Club with a royal charter. Implies the same as the term "Sports Club" RCD Mallorca (Spain)
S.A. Sports Association (various spellings) Worldwide These are found in many nations regardless of local language. S.A. may imply multiple teams being fielded - more than one football team, more than one gender, and even more than one sport. A deceptively vague term, and rarely used in English-speaking nations due to the lack of any defined meaning.
S.A.D. Sociedad Anónima Deportiva Spain, Spanish-speaking nations Loosely translated into "Limited Sports Society," this term that the club is a type of LLC. Operates in a similar fashion to GmbH clubs in German-speaking nations Sevilla Fútbol Club, S.A.D. (Spain)
S.C. (2) Soccer Club Worldwide Carries the same meaning as F.C., and it is used primarily in nations where the sport of football is referred to as soccer Columbus Crew SC (United States)
S.C. (3), S&C (4) Sports & Culture (various combinations) Mediterranean regions "Sports & Culture" is used by various club associations to include a community enrichment program as well as sports for both children and adults. N/A
S.D. Sociedad Deportiva Spain, Latin America Directly translates into "Sports Society," and carries the same implied meaning as "Sport Club" SD Ponferradina (Spain)
SE Sociedade Esportiva Brazil Portuguese for "Sports Society,” this is used in a general sense for a community-based club offering both Youth & Adult programs. SE Palmeiras (Brazil)
SG Sportgemeinschaft German-speaking nations Translates into "Sports Association," and is most often used in the same manner as "Sports Club" SG Wattenscheid 09 (Germany)
S.K. (1) Spor Kulübü Turkey Directly translates into "Sports Club" and carries the same connotation. Galatasaray S.K. (Turkey)
S.K. (2) Sportsklubben (various spellings) Scandinavia, Worldwide Directly translates into "Sports Club," these clubs are not beholden to typical conventions. While they are frequently found in Scandinavia, they can be found throughout the world SK Brann (Norway)
SpVgg Spielvereinigung German-speaking nations Translates into "Playing Association," these clubs are like other "Sports Clubs" but usually focus on non-gymnastic sports in addition to football. SpVgg Greuther Fürth (Germany)
S.S. Società Sportiva Italy, Malta Italian for "Sports Society,” this is used in a general sense for a community-based club offering both Youth & Adult programs. Found in Italy to a very small extent, these are fairly common on the island of Malta. S.S. Lazio (Italy)
SSV Schwimmsportverein or Sport- und Schwimmverein Germany Translates to "Swim Sport Club" or "Sports and Swimming Club," and is used in the same manner as "Sports Club" SSV Ulm 1846 (Germany)
S.T. Soccer Team Worldwide The usage of Soccer Team is frequently found in English-speaking nations where football is referred to as soccer and often implies a youth development component. This is not always the case, as they are found in non-English speaking nations where the sport is referred to as Football. Bassano Virtus 55 S.T. (Italy)
SSC Società Sportiva Calcio Italy Translates as "Sporting and Football Society" and are considered to be clubs who offer several sports, with football being the focus S.S.C. Napoli (Italy)
S.V. Sportverein (various spellings) Low Countries, Germany Meaning “Sports Club" and used in the same context, S.V. teams are found throughout Western Europe, but mainly within the Low Countries and Germany Hannoversche Sportverein 1896 eV, known as Hannover 96 (Germany)
T.S.V. Turn- und Sportverein German-speaking nations This translates to “Gymnastic and Sporting Club," and is to be considered the same as "Sports Club" TSV 1860 München (Germany)
TuS Turn- und Spielvereinigung German-speaking nations Literally translated to "Gymnastic and Gaming Club", used in the same way as "Sports Club" Düsseldorfer TuS Fortuna 1895 e.V. (Germany)
U.C. Unione Calcio Italian-speaking nations Translated directly into "Football Union", these clubs often gain the use of U.C. after a merger with another club. No other significance. U.C. Sampdoria (Italy)
UD Unión Deportiva Spain, Latin America Translates to "Sporting Union" and is used in a similar manner Levante UD (Spain)
U.S. Unione Sportiva Italian-speaking nations Meaning "Sporting Union," these clubs have been renamed after a merger with other groups. They typically offer other sports besides football. U.S. Sassuolo Calcio (Italy)
VfB Verein für Bewegungsspiele German-speaking nations Directly translated into "Club for Exercise games," these clubs are similar to "Sports Clubs" in that they offer other sports in addition to football, but often have a more dedicated push towards to those other sports compared to most "Sports Clubs" VfB Stuttgart (Germany)
VfL Verein für Leibesübungen German-speaking nations Literally translated as "Club for Body exercises," these clubs are often formed by clubs that focus on general overall fitness. There is a tradition of company-founded "VfL" clubs for its workers VfL Wolfsburg (Germany)
VfR Verein für Rasensport German-speaking nations Translates into "Club for Lawnsports," these clubs are more like your traditions "Sports Club" in their offering of other sporting activities VfR Aalen 1921 (Germany)
VV Voetbal Vereniging Low Countries Translates into "Football Association" and carries the same meaning as "Sports Club" VV Steenbergen (Holland)

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2018.12.11 10:27 Hippemann Coupes d'Europe: Les matchs de la 6ème journée

Ligue des Champions

Les matchs

Mardi 11 Décembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Galatasaray 2 - 3 FC Porto
Schalke 04 1 - 0 Lokomotiv Moskva
Club Brugge 0 - 0 Atlético Madrid
AS Monaco 0 - 2 Borussia Dortmund
Barcelona 1 - 1 Tottenham Hotspur
Internazionale 1 - 1 PSV Eindhoven
Liverpool 1 - 0 Napoli
Crvena Zvezda 1 - 4 Paris Saint-Germain

Mercredi 12 Décembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Real Madrid 0 - 3 CSKA Moskva
Viktoria Plzeň 2 - 1 AS Roma
Ajax 3 - 3 Bayern München
Benfica 1 - 0 AEK Athens
Shakhtar Donetsk 1 - 1 Olympique Lyonnais
Manchester City 2 - 1 1899 Hoffenheim
Young Boys 2 - 1 Juventus
Valencia 2 - 1 Manchester United

Les Groupes

Group A

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Borussia Dortmund 13 6 4 1 1 10 2 +8 V V V D N V
2 Atlético Madrid 13 6 4 1 1 9 6 +3 V V D V V N
3 Club Brugge 6 6 1 3 2 6 5 +1 D D N V N N
4 AS Monaco 1 6 0 1 5 2 14 -12 D D N D D D
AS Monaco 0 - 2 Borussia Dortmund
- 15' Raphaël Guerreiro
- 88' Raphaël Guerreiro
Résumé

Group B

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Barcelona 14 6 4 2 0 14 5 +9 V V V N V N
2 Tottenham Hotspur 8 6 2 2 2 9 10 -1 D D N V V N
3 Internazionale 8 6 2 2 2 6 7 -1 V V D N D N
4 PSV Eindhoven 2 6 0 2 4 6 13 -7 D D N D D N

Group C

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Paris Saint-Germain 11 6 3 2 1 17 9 +8 D V N N V V
2 Liverpool 9 6 3 0 3 9 7 +2 V D V D D V
3 Napoli 9 6 2 3 1 7 5 +2 N V N N V D
4 Crvena Zvezda 4 6 1 1 4 5 17 -12 N D D V D D
Crvena Zvezda 1 - 4 Paris Saint-Germain
- 9' E. Cavani
- 40' Neymar
M. Gobeljić 56' -
- 74' Marquinhos
- 90'+2 K. Mbappé
Résumé

Group D

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 FC Porto 16 6 5 1 0 15 6 +9 N V V V V V
2 Schalke 04 11 6 3 2 1 6 4 +2 N V N V D V
3 Galatasaray 4 6 1 1 4 5 8 -3 V D N D D D
4 Lokomotiv Moskva 3 6 1 0 5 4 12 -8 D D D D V D

Group E

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Bayern München 14 6 4 2 0 15 5 +10 V N V V V N
2 Ajax 12 6 3 3 0 11 5 +6 V N V N V N
3 Benfica 7 6 2 1 3 6 11 -5 D V D N D V
4 AEK Athens 0 6 0 0 6 2 13 -11 D D D D D D

Group F

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Manchester City 13 6 4 1 1 16 6 +10 D V V V N V
2 Olympique Lyonnais 8 6 1 5 0 12 11 +1 V N N N N N
3 Shakhtar Donetsk 6 6 1 3 2 8 16 -8 N N D D V N
4 1899 Hoffenheim 3 6 0 3 3 11 14 -3 N D N N D D
Shakhtar Donetsk 1 - 1 Olympique Lyonnais
Júnior Moraes 22' -
- 65' N. Fekir
Résumé

Group G

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Real Madrid 12 6 4 0 2 12 5 +7 V D V V V D
2 AS Roma 9 6 3 0 3 11 8 +3 D V V V D D
3 Viktoria Plzeň 7 6 2 1 3 7 16 -9 N D D D V V
4 CSKA Moskva 7 6 2 1 3 8 9 -1 N V D D D V

Group H

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Juventus 12 6 4 0 2 9 4 +5 V V V D V D
2 Manchester United 10 6 3 1 2 7 4 +3 V N D V V D
3 Valencia 8 6 2 2 2 6 6 +0 D N N V D V
4 Young Boys 4 6 1 1 4 4 12 -8 D D N D D V
Next Round
UEFA Europa League

Buteurs

# Joueur Equipe B Pen 1er But
1 R. Lewandowski Bayern München 7 1 3
2 L. Messi Barcelona 6 0 2
3 Neymar Paris Saint-Germain 5 0 1
- E. Džeko AS Roma 5 0 2
- A. Kramarić 1899 Hoffenheim 5 1 4
- M. Marega FC Porto 5 2 2
7 P. Dybala Juventus 4 0 2
- A. Griezmann Atlético Madrid 4 0 1
- Raphaël Guerreiro Borussia Dortmund 4 0 1
- M. Icardi Internazionale 4 0 3
- H. Kane Tottenham Hotspur 4 0 2
12 G. Bale Real Madrid 3 0 1
- K. Benzema Real Madrid 3 0 2
- M. Cornet Olympique Lyonnais 3 0 2
- Jesús Corona FC Porto 3 0 0

Ligue Europa

Les matchs

Jeudi 13 Décembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Villarreal 2 - 0 Spartak Moskva
Rapid Wien 1 - 0 Rangers
Sevilla 3 - 0 Krasnodar
Akhisar Belediye 0 - 0 Standard Liège
Olympique de Marseille 1 - 3 Apollon Limassol
Lazio 1 - 2 Eintracht Frankfurt
Stade Rennais 2 - 0 Astana
Dynamo Kyiv 0 - 1 Jablonec
Beşiktaş 0 - 1 Malmö FF
Genk 4 - 0 Sarpsborg 08
PAOK 1 - 3 BATE
Videoton 2 - 2 Chelsea
AEK Larnaca 1 - 5 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
Ludogorets Razgrad 1 - 1 FC Zürich
RB Leipzig 1 - 1 Rosenborg
Celtic 1 - 2 Red Bull Salzburg
FC København 0 - 1 Girondins de Bordeaux
Slavia Praha 2 - 0 Zenit
Spartak Trnava 1 - 0 Fenerbahçe
Dinamo Zagreb 0 - 0 Anderlecht
Sporting Clube de Portugal 3 - 0 Vorskla
Arsenal 1 - 0 Qarabağ
F91 Dudelange 0 - 0 Real Betis
Olympiacos 3 - 1 AC Milan

Les Groupes

Group A

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 13 6 4 1 1 16 9 +7 V V D V N V
2 FC Zürich 10 6 3 1 2 7 6 +1 V V V D D N
3 AEK Larnaca 5 6 1 2 3 6 12 -6 D D N N V D
4 Ludogorets Razgrad 4 6 0 4 2 5 7 -2 D D N N N N

Group B

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Red Bull Salzburg 18 6 6 0 0 17 6 +11 V V V V V V
2 Celtic 9 6 3 0 3 6 8 -2 V D D V V D
3 RB Leipzig 7 6 2 1 3 9 8 +1 D V V D D N
4 Rosenborg 1 6 0 1 5 4 14 -10 D D D D D N

Group C

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Zenit 11 6 3 2 1 6 5 +1 N V V N V D
2 Slavia Praha 10 6 3 1 2 4 3 +1 V D V N D V
3 Girondins de Bordeaux 7 6 2 1 3 6 6 +0 D D D N V V
4 FC København 5 6 1 2 3 3 5 -2 N V D N D D
FC København 0 - 1 Girondins de Bordeaux
- 73' J. Briand

Group D

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Dinamo Zagreb 14 6 4 2 0 11 3 +8 V V V V N N
2 Fenerbahçe 8 6 2 2 2 7 7 +0 D V N V N D
3 Spartak Trnava 7 6 2 1 3 4 7 -3 V D D D N V
4 Anderlecht 3 6 0 3 3 2 7 -5 D D N D N N

Group E

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Arsenal 16 6 5 1 0 12 2 +10 V V V N V V
2 Sporting Clube de Portugal 13 6 4 1 1 13 3 +10 V V D N V V
3 Vorskla 3 6 1 0 5 4 13 -9 D D V D D D
4 Qarabağ 3 6 1 0 5 2 13 -11 D D D V D D

Group F

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Real Betis 12 6 3 3 0 7 2 +5 N V V N V N
2 Olympiacos 10 6 3 1 2 11 6 +5 N D V V D V
3 AC Milan 10 6 3 1 2 12 9 +3 V V D N V D
4 F91 Dudelange 1 6 0 1 5 3 16 -13 D D D D D N

Group G

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Villarreal 10 6 2 4 0 12 5 +7 N N V N N V
2 Rapid Wien 10 6 3 1 2 6 9 -3 V D D N V V
3 Rangers 6 6 1 3 2 8 8 +0 N V N D N D
4 Spartak Moskva 5 6 1 2 3 8 12 -4 D N N V D D

Group H

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Eintracht Frankfurt 18 6 6 0 0 17 5 +12 V V V V V V
2 Lazio 9 6 3 0 3 9 11 -2 V D V V D D
3 Apollon Limassol 7 6 2 1 3 10 10 +0 D N D D V V
4 Olympique de Marseille 1 6 0 1 5 6 16 -10 D N D D D D
Olympique de Marseille 1 - 3 Apollon Limassol
- 8' A. Maglica (P)
F. Thauvin 11' -
- 30' A. Maglica
- 56' M. Stylianou

Group I

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Genk 11 6 3 2 1 14 8 +6 V D V N N V
2 Malmö FF 9 6 2 3 1 7 6 +1 D V N N N V
3 Beşiktaş 7 6 2 1 3 9 11 -2 V D D N V D
4 Sarpsborg 08 5 6 1 2 3 8 13 -5 D V N N D D

Group J

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Sevilla 12 6 4 0 2 18 6 +12 V D V V D V
2 Krasnodar 12 6 4 0 2 8 8 +0 V V D V V D
3 Standard Liège 10 6 3 1 2 7 9 -2 D V V D V N
4 Akhisar Belediye 1 6 0 1 5 4 14 -10 D D D D D N

Group K

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Dynamo Kyiv 11 6 3 2 1 10 7 +3 N N V V V D
2 Stade Rennais 9 6 3 0 3 7 8 -1 V D D D V V
3 Astana 8 6 2 2 2 7 7 +0 N V N V D D
4 Jablonec 5 6 1 2 3 6 8 -2 D N N D D V
Stade Rennais 2 - 0 Astana
I. Sarr 68' -
I. Sarr 73' -

Group L

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Chelsea 16 6 5 1 0 12 3 +9 V V V V V N
2 BATE 9 6 3 0 3 9 9 +0 V D D D V V
3 Videoton 7 6 2 1 3 5 7 -2 D D V V D N
4 PAOK 3 6 1 0 5 5 12 -7 D V D D D D
Next Round

Buteurs

# Joueur Equipe B Pen 1er But
1 M. Dabour Red Bull Salzburg 6 2 4
2 L. Jović Eintracht Frankfurt 5 0 2
3 L. Alario Bayer 04 Leverkusen 4 1 0
- É. Banega Sevilla 4 3 1
- W. Ben Yedder Sevilla 4 0 1
- P. Cutrone AC Milan 4 0 3
- O. Giroud Chelsea 4 0 2
- F. Gulbrandsen Red Bull Salzburg 4 0 1
- T. Minamino Red Bull Salzburg 4 0 1
- E. Zelaya Apollon Limassol 4 1 2
11 M. Antonsson Malmö 3 0 2
- Matheus Cunha RB Leipzig 3 0 2
- M. Djenepo Standard Liège 3 0 2
- K. Fortounis Olympiakos 3 1 0
- I. Hajrović Dinamo Zagreb 3 1 1
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2018.11.27 09:20 Hippemann Coupes d'Europe: Les matchs de la 5ème Journée

Ligue des Champions

Les matchs

Mardi 27 Novembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
AEK Athens 0 - 2 Ajax
CSKA Moskva 1 - 2 Viktoria Plzeň
Bayern München 5 - 1 Benfica
1899 Hoffenheim 2 - 3 Shakhtar Donetsk
Olympique Lyonnais 2 - 2 Manchester City
AS Roma 0 - 2 Real Madrid
Manchester United 1 - 0 Young Boys
Juventus 1 - 0 Valencia

Mercredi 28 Novembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Atlético Madrid 2 - 0 AS Monaco
Lokomotiv Moskva 2 - 0 Galatasaray
Borussia Dortmund 0 - 0 Club Brugge
PSV Eindhoven 1 - 2 Barcelona
Tottenham Hotspur 1 - 0 Internazionale
Paris Saint-Germain 2 - 1 Liverpool
Napoli 3 - 1 Crvena Zvezda
FC Porto 3 - 1 Schalke 04

Les Groupes

Group A

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Atlético Madrid 12 5 4 0 1 9 6 +3 V V D V V
2 Borussia Dortmund 10 5 3 1 1 8 2 +6 V V V D N
3 Club Brugge 5 5 1 2 2 6 5 +1 D D N V N
4 AS Monaco 1 5 0 1 4 2 12 -10 D D N D D
Atlético Madrid 2 - 0 AS Monaco
Koke 2' -
A. Griezmann 24' -
Résumé vidéo

Group B

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Barcelona 13 5 4 1 0 13 4 +9 V V V N V
2 Tottenham Hotspur 7 5 2 1 2 8 9 -1 D D N V V
3 Internazionale 7 5 2 1 2 5 6 -1 V V D N D
4 PSV Eindhoven 1 5 0 1 4 5 12 -7 D D N D D

Group C

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Napoli 9 5 2 3 0 7 4 +3 N V N N V
2 Paris Saint-Germain 8 5 2 2 1 13 8 +5 D V N N V
3 Liverpool 6 5 2 0 3 8 7 +1 V D V D D
4 Crvena Zvezda 4 5 1 1 3 4 13 -9 N D D V D
Paris Saint-Germain 2 - 1 Liverpool
Juan Bernat 13' -
Neymar 37' -
- 45'+1 J. Milner (P)
Résumé vidéo

Group D

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 FC Porto 13 5 4 1 0 12 4 +8 N V V V V
2 Schalke 04 8 5 2 2 1 5 4 +1 N V N V D
3 Galatasaray 4 5 1 1 3 3 5 -2 V D N D D
4 Lokomotiv Moskva 3 5 1 0 4 4 11 -7 D D D D V

Group E

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Bayern München 13 5 4 1 0 12 2 +10 V N V V V
2 Ajax 11 5 3 2 0 8 2 +6 V N V N V
3 Benfica 4 5 1 1 3 5 11 -6 D V D N D
4 AEK Athens 0 5 0 0 5 2 12 -10 D D D D D

Group F

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Manchester City 10 5 3 1 1 14 5 +9 D V V V N
2 Olympique Lyonnais 7 5 1 4 0 11 10 +1 V N N N N
3 Shakhtar Donetsk 5 5 1 2 2 7 15 -8 N N D D V
4 1899 Hoffenheim 3 5 0 3 2 10 12 -2 N D N N D
Olympique Lyonnais 2 - 2 Manchester City
M. Cornet 55' -
- 62' A. Laporte
M. Cornet 81' -
- 83' S. Agüero
Résumé vidéo

Group G

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Real Madrid 12 5 4 0 1 12 2 +10 V D V V V
2 AS Roma 9 5 3 0 2 10 6 +4 D V V V D
3 Viktoria Plzeň 4 5 1 1 3 5 15 -10 N D D D V
4 CSKA Moskva 4 5 1 1 3 5 9 -4 N V D D D

Group H

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Juventus 12 5 4 0 1 8 2 +6 V V V D V
2 Manchester United 10 5 3 1 1 6 2 +4 V N D V V
3 Valencia 5 5 1 2 2 4 5 -1 D N N V D
4 Young Boys 1 5 0 1 4 2 11 -9 D D N D D
Huitième de Finale
UEFA Europa League

Buteurs

# Joueur Equipe B Pen 1er But
1 R. Lewandowski Bayern München 6 1 2
- L. Messi Barcelona 6 0 2
3 E. Džeko AS Roma 5 0 2
4 Neymar Paris Saint-Germain 4 0 1
- P. Dybala Juventus 4 0 2
- A. Griezmann Atlético Madrid 4 0 1
- H. Kane Tottenham Hotspur 4 0 2
- A. Kramarić 1899 Hoffenheim 4 0 3
- M. Marega FC Porto 4 1 2
10 G. Bale Real Madrid 3 0 1
- K. Benzema Real Madrid 3 0 2
- M. Cornet Olympique Lyonnais 3 0 2
- Jesús Corona FC Porto 3 0 0
- Gabriel Jesus Manchester City 3 2 0
- L. de Jong PSV Eindhoven 3 0 2

Ligue Europa

Les matchs

Jeudi 29 Novembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Spartak Moskva 1 - 2 Rapid Wien
Astana 0 - 1 Dynamo Kyiv
FC Zürich 1 - 2 AEK Larnaca
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 1 - 1 Ludogorets Razgrad
Red Bull Salzburg 1 - 0 RB Leipzig
Rosenborg 0 - 1 Celtic
Zenit 1 - 0 FC København
Girondins de Bordeaux 2 - 0 Slavia Praha
Anderlecht 0 - 0 Spartak Trnava
Fenerbahçe 0 - 0 Dinamo Zagreb
Qarabağ 1 - 6 Sporting Clube de Portugal
Vorskla 0 - 3 Arsenal
AC Milan 5 - 2 F91 Dudelange
Real Betis 1 - 0 Olympiacos
Krasnodar 2 - 1 Akhisar Belediye
BATE 2 - 0 Videoton
Rangers 0 - 0 Villarreal
Standard Liège 1 - 0 Sevilla
Eintracht Frankfurt 4 - 0 Olympique de Marseille
Apollon Limassol 2 - 0 Lazio
Jablonec 0 - 1 Stade Rennais
Sarpsborg 08 2 - 3 Beşiktaş
Malmö FF 2 - 2 Genk
Chelsea 4 - 0 PAOK

Les Groupes

Group A

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 10 5 3 1 1 11 8 +3 V V D V N
2 FC Zürich 9 5 3 0 2 6 5 +1 V V V D D
3 AEK Larnaca 5 5 1 2 2 5 7 -2 D D N N V
4 Ludogorets Razgrad 3 5 0 3 2 4 6 -2 D D N N N

Group B

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Red Bull Salzburg 15 5 5 0 0 15 5 +10 V V V V V
2 Celtic 9 5 3 0 2 5 6 -1 V D D V V
3 RB Leipzig 6 5 2 0 3 8 7 +1 D V V D D
4 Rosenborg 0 5 0 0 5 3 13 -10 D D D D D

Group C

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Zenit 11 5 3 2 0 6 3 +3 N V V N V
2 Slavia Praha 7 5 2 1 2 2 3 -1 V D V N D
3 FC København 5 5 1 2 2 3 4 -1 N V D N D
4 Girondins de Bordeaux 4 5 1 1 3 5 6 -1 D D D N V
Girondins de Bordeaux 2 - 0 Slavia Praha
N. de Préville 49' -
J. Koundé 90'+5 -

Group D

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Dinamo Zagreb 13 5 4 1 0 11 3 +8 V V V V N
2 Fenerbahçe 8 5 2 2 1 7 6 +1 D V N V N
3 Spartak Trnava 4 5 1 1 3 3 7 -4 V D D D N
4 Anderlecht 2 5 0 2 3 2 7 -5 D D N D N

Group E

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Arsenal 13 5 4 1 0 11 2 +9 V V V N V
2 Sporting Clube de Portugal 10 5 3 1 1 10 3 +7 V V D N V
3 Vorskla 3 5 1 0 4 4 10 -6 D D V D D
4 Qarabağ 3 5 1 0 4 2 12 -10 D D D V D

Group F

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Real Betis 11 5 3 2 0 7 2 +5 N V V N V
2 AC Milan 10 5 3 1 1 11 6 +5 V V D N V
3 Olympiacos 7 5 2 1 2 8 5 +3 N D V V D
4 F91 Dudelange 0 5 0 0 5 3 16 -13 D D D D D

Group G

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Villarreal 7 5 1 4 0 10 5 +5 N N V N N
2 Rapid Wien 7 5 2 1 2 5 9 -4 V D D N V
3 Rangers 6 5 1 3 1 8 7 +1 N V N D N
4 Spartak Moskva 5 5 1 2 2 8 10 -2 D N N V D

Group H

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Eintracht Frankfurt 15 5 5 0 0 15 4 +11 V V V V V
2 Lazio 9 5 3 0 2 8 9 -1 V D V V D
3 Apollon Limassol 4 5 1 1 3 7 9 -2 D N D D V
4 Olympique de Marseille 1 5 0 1 4 5 13 -8 D N D D D
Eintracht Frankfurt 4 - 0 Olympique de Marseille
L. Jović 1' -
Luiz Gustavo (CSC) 17' -
B. Sarr (CSC) 62' -
L. Jović 67' -

Group I

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Genk 8 5 2 2 1 10 8 +2 V D V N N
2 Beşiktaş 7 5 2 1 2 9 10 -1 V D D N V
3 Malmö FF 6 5 1 3 1 6 6 +0 D V N N N
4 Sarpsborg 08 5 5 1 2 2 8 9 -1 D V N N D

Group J

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Krasnodar 12 5 4 0 1 8 5 +3 V V D V V
2 Sevilla 9 5 3 0 2 15 6 +9 V D V V D
3 Standard Liège 9 5 3 0 2 7 9 -2 D V V D V
4 Akhisar Belediye 0 5 0 0 5 4 14 -10 D D D D D

Group K

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Dynamo Kyiv 11 5 3 2 0 10 6 +4 N N V V V
2 Astana 8 5 2 2 1 7 5 +2 N V N V D
3 Stade Rennais 6 5 2 0 3 5 8 -3 V D D D V
4 Jablonec 2 5 0 2 3 5 8 -3 D N N D D
Jablonec 0 - 1 Stade Rennais
- 55' C. Grenier

Group L

# Equipe P J V N D BP BC DB Serie
1 Chelsea 15 5 5 0 0 10 1 +9 V V V V V
2 BATE 6 5 2 0 3 6 8 -2 V D D D V
3 Videoton 6 5 2 0 3 3 5 -2 D D V V D
4 PAOK 3 5 1 0 4 4 9 -5 D V D D D
Next Round

Buteurs

# Joueur Equipe B Pen 1er But
1 M. Dabour Red Bull Salzburg 5 2 3
2 P. Cutrone AC Milan 4 0 3
- L. Jović Eintracht Frankfurt 4 0 2
- T. Minamino Red Bull Salzburg 4 0 1
- E. Zelaya Apollon Limassol 4 1 2
6 É. Banega Sevilla 3 2 1
- O. Giroud Chelsea 3 0 2
- F. Gulbrandsen Red Bull Salzburg 3 0 1
- I. Hajrović Dinamo Zagreb 3 1 1
- K. Havertz Bayer 04 Leverkusen 3 0 2
- G. Lo Celso Real Betis 3 0 1
- R. Loftus-Cheek Chelsea 3 0 1
- Zé Luís Spartak Moskva 3 1 2
- P. Mortensen Sarpsborg 08 3 0 2
- M. Samatta Genk 3 0 1
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2018.11.06 09:19 Hippemann Coupes d'Europe: les matchs de la 4ème journée

Ligue des Champions

Programme

 

Mardi 6 Novembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
AS Monaco 0 - 4 Club Brugge
Crvena Zvezda 2 - 0 Liverpool
Atlético Madrid 2 - 0 Borussia Dortmund
Tottenham Hotspur 2 - 1 PSV Eindhoven
Internazionale 1 - 1 Barcelona
Napoli 1 - 1 Paris Saint-Germain
FC Porto 4 - 1 Lokomotiv Moskva
Schalke 04 2 - 0 Galatasaray
 

Mercredi 7 Novembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
CSKA Moskva 1 - 2 AS Roma
Valencia 3 - 1 Young Boys
Bayern München 2 - 0 AEK Athens
Benfica 1 - 1 Ajax
Olympique Lyonnais 2 - 2 1899 Hoffenheim
Manchester City 6 - 0 Shakhtar Donetsk
Viktoria Plzeň 0 - 5 Real Madrid
Juventus 1 - 2 Manchester United

Classement

Groupe A

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Borussia Dortmund 9 4 3 0 1 8 2 +6 V V V D
2 Atlético Madrid 9 4 3 0 1 7 6 +1 V V D V
3 Club Brugge 4 4 1 1 2 6 5 +1 D D N V
4 AS Monaco 1 4 0 1 3 2 10 -8 D D N D
AS Monaco 0 - 4 Club Brugge
- 12' H. Vanaken
- 17' H. Vanaken (P)
- 24' Wesley
- 85' R. Vormer
Résumé

Groupe B

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Barcelona 10 4 3 1 0 11 3 +8 V V V N
2 Internazionale 7 4 2 1 1 5 5 +0 V V D N
3 Tottenham Hotspur 4 4 1 1 2 7 9 -2 D D N V
4 PSV Eindhoven 1 4 0 1 3 4 10 -6 D D N D

Groupe C

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Napoli 6 4 1 3 0 4 3 +1 N V N N
2 Liverpool 6 4 2 0 2 7 5 +2 V D V D
3 Paris Saint-Germain 5 4 1 2 1 11 7 +4 D V N N
4 Crvena Zvezda 4 4 1 1 2 3 10 -7 N D D V
Napoli 1 - 1 Paris Saint-Germain
- 45'+2 Juan Bernat
L. Insigne (P) 62' -
Résumé

Groupe D

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 FC Porto 10 4 3 1 0 9 3 +6 N V V V
2 Schalke 04 8 4 2 2 0 4 1 +3 N V N V
3 Galatasaray 4 4 1 1 2 3 3 +0 V D N D
4 Lokomotiv Moskva 0 4 0 0 4 2 11 -9 D D D D

Groupe E

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Bayern München 10 4 3 1 0 7 1 +6 V N V V
2 Ajax 8 4 2 2 0 6 2 +4 V N V N
3 Benfica 4 4 1 1 2 4 6 -2 D V D N
4 AEK Athens 0 4 0 0 4 2 10 -8 D D D D

Groupe F

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Manchester City 9 4 3 0 1 12 3 +9 D V V V
2 Olympique Lyonnais 6 4 1 3 0 9 8 +1 V N N N
3 1899 Hoffenheim 3 4 0 3 1 8 9 -1 N D N N
4 Shakhtar Donetsk 2 4 0 2 2 4 13 -9 N N D D
Olympique Lyonnais 2 - 2 1899 Hoffenheim
N. Fekir 19' -
T. NDombèlé 28' -
- 65' A. Kramarić
- 90'+2 P. Kadeřábek
Résumé

Groupe G

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Real Madrid 9 4 3 0 1 10 2 +8 V D V V
2 AS Roma 9 4 3 0 1 10 4 +6 D V V V
3 CSKA Moskva 4 4 1 1 2 4 7 -3 N V D D
4 Viktoria Plzeň 1 4 0 1 3 3 14 -11 N D D D

Groupe H

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Juventus 9 4 3 0 1 7 2 +5 V V V D
2 Manchester United 7 4 2 1 1 5 2 +3 V N D V
3 Valencia 5 4 1 2 1 4 4 +0 D N N V
4 Young Boys 1 4 0 1 3 2 10 -8 D D N D
1-2 Prochain Tour
3 Ligue Europa

Classement Buteur

# Joueur Club Buts Pén 1er But
1 E. Džeko AS Roma 5 0 2
- L. Messi Barcelona 5 0 1
3 P. Dybala Juventus 4 0 2
- H. Kane Tottenham Hotspur 4 0 2
- R. Lewandowski Bayern München 4 1 2
6 K. Benzema Real Madrid 3 0 2
- Neymar PSG 3 0 1
- Gabriel Jesus Man City 3 2 0
- A. Griezmann Atlético Madrid 3 0 1
- M. Icardi Inter 3 0 2
- L. Insigne Napoli 3 1 3
- David Silva Man City 3 0 2
- A. Kramarić 1899 Hoffenheim 3 0 2
- M. Marega FC Porto 3 1 2
15 N. Tagliafico Ajax 2 0 1

Ligue Europa

Programme

 

Jeudi 8 Novembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Fenerbahçe 2 - 0 Anderlecht
Astana 2 - 1 Jablonec
Spartak Moskva 4 - 3 Rangers
Rapid Wien 0 - 0 Villarreal
Krasnodar 2 - 1 Standard Liège
Akhisar Belediye 2 - 3 Sevilla
Apollon Limassol 2 - 3 Eintracht Frankfurt
Lazio 2 - 1 Olympique de Marseille
Dynamo Kyiv 3 - 1 Stade Rennais
Malmö FF 1 - 1 Sarpsborg 08
Genk 1 - 1 Beşiktaş
BATE 0 - 1 Chelsea
Videoton 1 - 0 PAOK
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 1 - 0 FC Zürich
Ludogorets Razgrad 0 - 0 AEK Larnaca
Rosenborg 2 - 5 Red Bull Salzburg
Celtic 2 - 1 RB Leipzig
Slavia Praha 0 - 0 FC København
Girondins de Bordeaux 1 - 1 Zenit
Dinamo Zagreb 3 - 1 Spartak Trnava
Vorskla 0 - 1 Qarabağ
Arsenal 0 - 0 Sporting Clube de Portugal
Real Betis 1 - 1 AC Milan
Olympiacos 5 - 1 F91 Dudelange

Classement

Group A

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 9 4 3 0 1 10 7 +3 V V D V
2 FC Zürich 9 4 3 0 1 5 3 +2 V V V D
3 Ludogorets Razgrad 2 4 0 2 2 3 5 -2 D D N N
4 AEK Larnaca 2 4 0 2 2 3 6 -3 D D N N

Group B

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Red Bull Salzburg 12 4 4 0 0 14 5 +9 V V V V
2 RB Leipzig 6 4 2 0 2 8 6 +2 D V V D
3 Celtic 6 4 2 0 2 4 6 -2 V D D V
4 Rosenborg 0 4 0 0 4 3 12 -9 D D D D

Group C

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Zenit 8 4 2 2 0 5 3 +2 N V V N
2 Slavia Praha 7 4 2 1 1 2 1 +1 V D V N
3 FC København 5 4 1 2 1 3 3 +0 N V D N
4 Girondins de Bordeaux 1 4 0 1 3 3 6 -3 D D D N

Group D

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Dinamo Zagreb 12 4 4 0 0 11 3 +8 V V V V
2 Fenerbahçe 7 4 2 1 1 7 6 +1 D V N V
3 Spartak Trnava 3 4 1 0 3 3 7 -4 V D D D
4 Anderlecht 1 4 0 1 3 2 7 -5 D D N D

Group E

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Arsenal 10 4 3 1 0 8 2 +6 V V V N
2 Sporting Clube de Portugal 7 4 2 1 1 4 2 +2 V V D N
3 Vorskla 3 4 1 0 3 4 7 -3 D D V D
4 Qarabağ 3 4 1 0 3 1 6 -5 D D D V

Group F

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Real Betis 8 4 2 2 0 6 2 +4 N V V N
2 AC Milan 7 4 2 1 1 6 4 +2 V V D N
3 Olympiacos 7 4 2 1 1 8 4 +4 N D V V
4 F91 Dudelange 0 4 0 0 4 1 11 -10 D D D D

Group G

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Villarreal 6 4 1 3 0 10 5 +5 N N V N
2 Spartak Moskva 5 4 1 2 1 7 8 -1 D N N V
3 Rangers 5 4 1 2 1 8 7 +1 N V N D
4 Rapid Wien 4 4 1 1 2 3 8 -5 V D D N

Group H

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Eintracht Frankfurt 12 4 4 0 0 11 4 +7 V V V V
2 Lazio 9 4 3 0 1 8 7 +1 V D V V
3 Olympique de Marseille 1 4 0 1 3 5 9 -4 D N D D
4 Apollon Limassol 1 4 0 1 3 5 9 -4 D N D D

Group I

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Genk 7 4 2 1 1 8 6 +2 V D V N
2 Sarpsborg 08 5 4 1 2 1 6 6 +0 D V N N
3 Malmö FF 5 4 1 2 1 4 4 +0 D V N N
4 Beşiktaş 4 4 1 1 2 6 8 -2 V D D N

Group J

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Krasnodar 9 4 3 0 1 6 4 +2 V V D V
2 Sevilla 9 4 3 0 1 15 5 +10 V D V V
3 Standard Liège 6 4 2 0 2 6 9 -3 D V V D
4 Akhisar Belediye 0 4 0 0 4 3 12 -9 D D D D

Group K

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Astana 8 4 2 2 0 7 4 +3 N V N V
2 Dynamo Kyiv 8 4 2 2 0 9 6 +3 N N V V
3 Stade Rennais 3 4 1 0 3 4 8 -4 V D D D
4 Jablonec 2 4 0 2 2 5 7 -2 D N N D

Group L

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Chelsea 12 4 4 0 0 6 1 +5 V V V V
2 Videoton 6 4 2 0 2 3 3 +0 D D V V
3 PAOK 3 4 1 0 3 4 5 -1 D V D D
4 BATE 3 4 1 0 3 4 8 -4 V D D D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Classement Buteur

# Joueur Club Buts Pén 1er But
1 M. Dabour Red Bull Salzburg 5 2 3
2 E. Zelaya Apollon Limassol 4 1 2
3 É. Banega Sevilla 3 2 1
- P. Cutrone AC Milan 3 0 2
- I. Hajrović Dinamo Zagreb 3 1 1
- K. Havertz Bayer 04 Leverkusen 3 0 2
- L. Jović Frankfurt 3 0 1
- R. Loftus-Cheek Chelsea 3 0 1
- P. Mortensen Sarpsborg 3 0 2
- M. Samatta Genk 3 0 1
11 L. Alario Bayer 04 Leverkusen 2 0 0
- P. Aubameyang Arsenal 2 0 1
- O. Ayık Akhisar 2 0 1
- Z. Bakkali Anderlecht 2 0 1
- K. Bellarabi Bayer 04 Leverkusen 2 0 1
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2018.10.23 10:48 Hippemann Coupes d'Europe: 3ème journée

Ligue des Champions

Programme

 

Mardi 23 Octobre

Domicile vs Exterieur
AEK Athens 0 - 2 Bayern München
Young Boys 1 - 1 Valencia
Ajax 1 - 0 Benfica
1899 Hoffenheim 3 - 3 Olympique Lyonnais
Shakhtar Donetsk 0 - 3 Manchester City
AS Roma 3 - 0 CSKA Moskva
Real Madrid 2 - 1 Viktoria Plzeň
Manchester United 0 - 1 Juventus
 

Mercredi 24 Octobre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Club Brugge 1 - 1 AS Monaco
PSV Eindhoven 2 - 2 Tottenham Hotspur
Borussia Dortmund 4 - 0 Atlético Madrid
Barcelona 2 - 0 Internazionale
Paris Saint-Germain 2 - 2 Napoli
Liverpool 4 - 0 Crvena Zvezda
Lokomotiv Moskva 1 - 3 FC Porto
Galatasaray 0 - 0 Schalke 04

Classement

Groupe A

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Borussia Dortmund 9 3 3 0 0 8 0 +8 V V V
2 Atlético Madrid 6 3 2 0 1 5 6 -1 V V D
3 AS Monaco 1 3 0 1 2 2 6 -4 D D N
4 Club Brugge 1 3 0 1 2 2 5 -3 D D N
Club Brugge 1 - 1 AS Monaco
- 31' Sylla
Wesley 39' -

Groupe B

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Barcelona 9 3 3 0 0 10 2 +8 V V V
2 Internazionale 6 3 2 0 1 4 4 +0 V V D
3 Tottenham Hotspur 1 3 0 1 2 5 8 -3 D D N
4 PSV Eindhoven 1 3 0 1 2 3 8 -5 D D N

Groupe C

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Liverpool 6 3 2 0 1 7 3 +4 V D V
2 Napoli 5 3 1 2 0 3 2 +1 N V N
3 Paris Saint-Germain 4 3 1 1 1 10 6 +4 D V N
4 Crvena Zvezda 1 3 0 1 2 1 10 -9 N D D
Paris SG 2 - 2 Napoli
- 29' Insigne
Rui (CSC) 61' -
- 77' Mertens
Di Maria 90+3' -

Groupe D

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 FC Porto 7 3 2 1 0 5 2 +3 N V V
2 Schalke 04 5 3 1 2 0 2 1 +1 N V N
3 Galatasaray 4 3 1 1 1 3 1 +2 V D N
4 Lokomotiv Moskva 0 3 0 0 3 1 7 -6 D D D

Groupe E

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Ajax 7 3 2 1 0 5 1 +4 V N V
2 Bayern München 7 3 2 1 0 5 1 +4 V N V
3 Benfica 3 3 1 0 2 3 5 -2 D V D
4 AEK Athens 0 3 0 0 3 2 8 -6 D D D

Groupe F

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Manchester City 6 3 2 0 1 6 3 +3 D V V
2 Olympique Lyonnais 5 3 1 2 0 7 6 +1 V N N
3 1899 Hoffenheim 2 3 0 2 1 6 7 -1 N D N
4 Shakhtar Donetsk 2 3 0 2 1 4 7 -3 N N D
1899 Hoffenheim 3 - 3 Olympique Lyonnais
- 26' B. Traoré
A. Kramaric 32' -
A. Kramaric 47' -
- 59' T. NDombele
- 67' M. Depay
Joelinton 90+2' -
Résumé vidéo

Groupe G

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Real Madrid 6 3 2 0 1 5 2 +3 V D V
2 AS Roma 6 3 2 0 1 8 3 +5 D V V
3 CSKA Moskva 4 3 1 1 1 3 5 -2 N V D
4 Viktoria Plzeň 1 3 0 1 2 3 9 -6 N D D

Groupe H

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Juventus 9 3 3 0 0 6 0 +6 V V V
2 Manchester United 4 3 1 1 1 3 1 +2 V N D
3 Valencia 2 3 0 2 1 1 3 -2 D N N
4 Young Boys 1 3 0 1 2 1 7 -6 D D N
1-2 Prochain Tour
3 Ligue Europa

Classement Buteur

# Joueur Club Buts Pén 1er But
1 E. Džeko AS Roma 5 0 2
- L. Messi Barcelona 5 0 1
3 P. Dybala Juventus 4 0 2
4 Neymar PSG 3 0 1
5 N. Tagliafico Ajax 2 0 1
- Roberto Firmino Liverpool 2 0 1
- Á. Di María PSG 2 0 1
- A. Griezmann Atlético Madrid 2 0 1
- Raphaël Guerreiro Dortmund 2 0 0
- M. Icardi Inter 2 0 1
- L. Insigne Napoli 2 0 2
- David Silva Man City 2 0 1
- H. Kane Tottenham Hotspur 2 0 1
- V. Klonaridis AEK 2 0 1
- A. Kramarić 1899 Hoffenheim 2 0 1

Ligue Europa

Programme

 

Jeudi 25 Octobre

Domicile vs Exterieur
FC Zürich 3 - 2 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
AEK Larnaca 1 - 1 Ludogorets Razgrad
Red Bull Salzburg 3 - 0 Rosenborg
RB Leipzig 2 - 0 Celtic
Zenit 2 - 1 Girondins de Bordeaux
FC København 0 - 1 Slavia Praha
Anderlecht 2 - 2 Fenerbahçe
Spartak Trnava 1 - 2 Dinamo Zagreb
Qarabağ 0 - 1 Vorskla
Sporting Clube de Portugal 0 - 1 Arsenal
AC Milan 1 - 2 Real Betis
F91 Dudelange 0 - 2 Olympiacos
Rangers 0 - 0 Spartak Moskva
Villarreal 5 - 0 Rapid Wien
Standard Liège 2 - 1 Krasnodar
Sevilla 6 - 0 Akhisar Belediye
Eintracht Frankfurt 2 - 0 Apollon Limassol
Olympique de Marseille 1 - 3 Lazio
Jablonec 1 - 1 Astana
Stade Rennais 1 - 2 Dynamo Kyiv
Sarpsborg 08 1 - 1 Malmö FF
Beşiktaş 2 - 4 Genk
Chelsea 3 - 1 BATE
PAOK 0 - 2 Videoton

Classement

Groupe A

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 FC Zürich 9 3 3 0 0 5 2 +3 V V V
2 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 6 3 2 0 1 9 7 +2 V V D
3 Ludogorets Razgrad 1 3 0 1 2 3 5 -2 D D N
4 AEK Larnaca 1 3 0 1 2 3 6 -3 D D N

Groupe B

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Red Bull Salzburg 9 3 3 0 0 9 3 +6 V V V
2 RB Leipzig 6 3 2 0 1 7 4 +3 D V V
3 Celtic 3 3 1 0 2 2 5 -3 V D D
4 Rosenborg 0 3 0 0 3 1 7 -6 D D D

Groupe C

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Zenit 7 3 2 1 0 4 2 +2 N V V
2 Slavia Praha 6 3 2 0 1 2 1 +1 V D V
3 FC København 4 3 1 1 1 3 3 +0 N V D
4 Girondins de Bordeaux 0 3 0 0 3 2 5 -3 D D D
Zenit 2 - 1 Girondins de Bordeaux
- 26' J. Briand
A. Dzyuba 40' -
D. Kuzyaev 85' -

Groupe D

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Dinamo Zagreb 9 3 3 0 0 8 2 +6 V V V
2 Fenerbahçe 4 3 1 1 1 5 6 -1 D V N
3 Spartak Trnava 3 3 1 0 2 2 4 -2 V D D
4 Anderlecht 1 3 0 1 2 2 5 -3 D D N

Groupe E

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Arsenal 9 3 3 0 0 8 2 +6 V V V
2 Sporting Clube de Portugal 6 3 2 0 1 4 2 +2 V V D
3 Vorskla 3 3 1 0 2 4 6 -2 D D V
4 Qarabağ 0 3 0 0 3 0 6 -6 D D D

Groupe F

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Real Betis 7 3 2 1 0 5 1 +4 N V V
2 AC Milan 6 3 2 0 1 5 3 +2 V V D
3 Olympiacos 4 3 1 1 1 3 3 +0 N D V
4 F91 Dudelange 0 3 0 0 3 0 6 -6 D D D

Groupe G

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Rangers 5 3 1 2 0 5 3 +2 N V N
2 Villarreal 5 3 1 2 0 10 5 +5 N N V
3 Rapid Wien 3 3 1 0 2 3 8 -5 V D D
4 Spartak Moskva 2 3 0 2 1 3 5 -2 D N N

Groupe H

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Eintracht Frankfurt 9 3 3 0 0 8 2 +6 V V V
2 Lazio 6 3 2 0 1 6 6 +0 V D V
3 Olympique de Marseille 1 3 0 1 2 4 7 -3 D N D
4 Apollon Limassol 1 3 0 1 2 3 6 -3 D N D
Olympique de Marseille 1 - 3 Lazio
- 10' Wallace
- 59' F. Caicedo
D. Payet 86' -
- 90' A. Marušić

Groupe I

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Genk 6 3 2 0 1 7 5 +2 V D V
2 Malmö FF 4 3 1 1 1 3 3 +0 D V N
3 Sarpsborg 08 4 3 1 1 1 5 5 +0 D V N
4 Beşiktaş 3 3 1 0 2 5 7 -2 V D D

Groupe J

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Sevilla 6 3 2 0 1 12 3 +9 V D V
2 Krasnodar 6 3 2 0 1 4 3 +1 V V D
3 Standard Liège 6 3 2 0 1 5 7 -2 D V V
4 Akhisar Belediye 0 3 0 0 3 1 9 -8 D D D

Groupe K

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Astana 5 3 1 2 0 5 3 +2 N V N
2 Dynamo Kyiv 5 3 1 2 0 6 5 +1 N N V
3 Stade Rennais 3 3 1 0 2 3 5 -2 V D D
4 Jablonec 2 3 0 2 1 4 5 -1 D N N
Stade Rennais 1 - 2 Dynamo Kyiv
- 21' T. Kędziora
C. Grenier 40' -
- 89' V. Buyalskyy

Groupe L

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Chelsea 9 3 3 0 0 5 1 +4 V V V
2 PAOK 3 3 1 0 2 4 4 +0 D V D
3 Videoton 3 3 1 0 2 2 3 -1 D D V
4 BATE 3 3 1 0 2 4 7 -3 V D D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Classement Buteur

# Joueur Club Buts Pén 1er But
1 M. Dabour Red Bull Salzburg 5 2 3
2 P. Cutrone AC Milan 3 0 2
- I. Hajrović Dinamo Zagreb 3 1 1
- K. Havertz Bayer 04 Leverkusen 3 0 2
5 L. Alario Bayer 04 Leverkusen 2 0 0
- P. Aubameyang Arsenal 2 0 1
- Z. Bakkali Anderlecht 2 0 1
- É. Banega Sevilla 2 1 1
- K. Bellarabi Bayer 04 Leverkusen 2 0 1
- W. Ben Yedder Sevilla 2 0 0
- Jovane Cabral Sporting Clube de Portugal 2 0 1
- Matheus Cunha Leipzig 2 0 1
- M. Djenepo Standard 2 0 1
- D. Harmash Dynamo Kyiv 2 0 0
- G. Higuaín AC Milan 2 0 1
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2018.10.02 12:59 Hippemann Coupes d'Europe : Les Matchs de la 2ème Journée

Ligue des Champions

Programme

 

Mardi 2 Octobre

Domicile vs Exterieur
1899 Hoffenheim 1 - 2 Manchester City
Juventus 3 - 0 Young Boys
Bayern München 1 - 1 Ajax
AEK Athens 2 - 3 Benfica
Olympique Lyonnais 2 - 2 Shakhtar Donetsk
CSKA Moskva 1 - 0 Real Madrid
AS Roma 5 - 0 Viktoria Plzeň
Manchester United 0 - 0 Valencia
 

Mercredi 3 Octobre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Paris Saint-Germain 6 - 1 Crvena Zvezda
Lokomotiv Moskva 0 - 1 Schalke 04
Atlético Madrid 3 - 1 Club Brugge
Borussia Dortmund 3 - 0 AS Monaco
Tottenham Hotspur 2 - 4 Barcelona
PSV Eindhoven 1 - 2 Internazionale
Napoli 1 - 0 Liverpool
FC Porto 1 - 0 Galatasaray

Classement

Groupe A

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Borussia Dortmund 6 2 2 0 0 4 0 +4 V V
2 Atlético Madrid 6 2 2 0 0 5 2 +3 V V
3 Club Brugge 0 2 0 0 2 1 4 -3 D D
4 AS Monaco 0 2 0 0 2 1 5 -4 D D
Borussia Dortmund 3 - 0 AS Monaco
J. Larsen 51' -
Paco Alcácer 72' -
M. Reus 90'+2 -

Groupe B

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Barcelona 6 2 2 0 0 8 2 +6 V V
2 Internazionale 6 2 2 0 0 4 2 +2 V V
3 Tottenham Hotspur 0 2 0 0 2 3 6 -3 D D
4 PSV Eindhoven 0 2 0 0 2 1 6 -5 D D

Groupe C

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Napoli 4 2 1 1 0 1 0 +1 N V
2 Liverpool 3 2 1 0 1 3 3 +0 V D
3 Paris Saint-Germain 3 2 1 0 1 8 4 +4 D V
4 Crvena Zvezda 1 2 0 1 1 1 6 -5 N D
Paris Saint-Germain 6 - 1 Crvena Zvezda
Neymar 20' -
Neymar 22' -
E. Cavani 37' -
Á. Di María 41' -
K. Mbappé 70' -
- 74' M. Marin
Neymar 81' -

Groupe D

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 FC Porto 4 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 N V
2 Schalke 04 4 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 N V
3 Galatasaray 3 2 1 0 1 3 1 +2 V D
4 Lokomotiv Moskva 0 2 0 0 2 0 4 -4 D D

Groupe E

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Ajax 4 2 1 1 0 4 1 +3 V N
2 Bayern München 4 2 1 1 0 3 1 +2 V N
3 Benfica 3 2 1 0 1 3 4 -1 D V
4 AEK Athens 0 2 0 0 2 2 6 -4 D D

Groupe F

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Olympique Lyonnais 4 2 1 1 0 4 3 +1 V N
2 Manchester City 3 2 1 0 1 3 3 +0 D V
3 Shakhtar Donetsk 2 2 0 2 0 4 4 +0 N N
4 1899 Hoffenheim 1 2 0 1 1 3 4 -1 N D
Olympique Lyonnais 2 - 2 Shakhtar Donetsk
- 44' Júnior Moraes
- 55' Júnior Moraes
M. Dembélé 70' -
L. Dubois 72' -

Groupe G

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 CSKA Moskva 4 2 1 1 0 3 2 +1 N V
2 Real Madrid 3 2 1 0 1 3 1 +2 V D
3 AS Roma 3 2 1 0 1 5 3 +2 D V
4 Viktoria Plzeň 1 2 0 1 1 2 7 -5 N D

Groupe H

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Juventus 6 2 2 0 0 5 0 +5 V V
2 Manchester United 4 2 1 1 0 3 0 +3 V N
3 Valencia 1 2 0 1 1 0 2 -2 D N
4 Young Boys 0 2 0 0 2 0 6 -6 D D
1-2 Prochain Tour
3 Ligue Europa

Classement Buteur

# Joueur Club Buts Pén 1er But
1 L. Messi Barcelona 5 0 1
2 Neymar PSG 3 0 1
- E. Džeko Roma 3 0 1
- P. Dybala Juventus 3 0 1
5 N. Tagliafico Ajax 2 0 1
- A. Griezmann Atlético 2 0 1
- M. Icardi Inter 2 0 1
- V. Klonaridis AEK 2 0 1
- M. Krmenčík Viktoria Plzeň 2 0 1
- K. Mbappé PSG 2 0 0
- M. Pjanić Juventus 2 2 1
- P. Pogba Man Utd 2 1 1
- Júnior Moraes Shakhtar D 2 0 1
- N. Vlašić CSKA 2 1 1
15 S. Agüero Man City 1 0 1

Ligue Europa

Programme

 

Jeudi 4 Octobre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Astana 2 - 0 Stade Rennais
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 4 - 2 AEK Larnaca
FC Zürich 1 - 0 Ludogorets Razgrad
Rosenborg 1 - 3 RB Leipzig
Red Bull Salzburg 3 - 1 Celtic
Girondins de Bordeaux 1 - 2 FC København
Zenit 1 - 0 Slavia Praha
Fenerbahçe 2 - 0 Spartak Trnava
Anderlecht 0 - 2 Dinamo Zagreb
Vorskla 1 - 2 Sporting Clube de Portugal
Qarabağ 0 - 3 Arsenal
Real Betis 3 - 0 F91 Dudelange
AC Milan 3 - 1 Olympiacos
Spartak Moskva 3 - 3 Villarreal
Rangers 3 - 1 Rapid Wien
Krasnodar 2 - 1 Sevilla
Standard Liège 2 - 1 Akhisar Belediye
Apollon Limassol 2 - 2 Olympique de Marseille
Eintracht Frankfurt 4 - 1 Lazio
Jablonec 2 - 2 Dynamo Kyiv
Malmö FF 2 - 0 Beşiktaş
Sarpsborg 08 3 - 1 Genk
BATE 1 - 4 PAOK
Chelsea 1 - 0 Videoton

Classement

Groupe A

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 6 2 2 0 0 7 4 +3 V V
2 FC Zürich 6 2 2 0 0 2 0 +2 V V
3 Ludogorets Razgrad 0 2 0 0 2 2 4 -2 D D
4 AEK Larnaca 0 2 0 0 2 2 5 -3 D D

Groupe B

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Red Bull Salzburg 6 2 2 0 0 6 3 +3 V V
2 RB Leipzig 3 2 1 0 1 5 4 +1 D V
3 Celtic 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 V D
4 Rosenborg 0 2 0 0 2 1 4 -3 D D

Groupe C

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Zenit 4 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 N V
2 FC København 4 2 1 1 0 3 2 +1 N V
3 Slavia Praha 3 2 1 0 1 1 1 +0 V D
4 Girondins de Bordeaux 0 2 0 0 2 1 3 -2 D D

Groupe D

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Dinamo Zagreb 6 2 2 0 0 6 1 +5 V V
2 Fenerbahçe 3 2 1 0 1 3 4 -1 D V
3 Spartak Trnava 3 2 1 0 1 1 2 -1 V D
4 Anderlecht 0 2 0 0 2 0 3 -3 D D

Groupe E

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Arsenal 6 2 2 0 0 7 2 +5 V V
2 Sporting Clube de Portugal 6 2 2 0 0 4 1 +3 V V
3 Vorskla 0 2 0 0 2 3 6 -3 D D
4 Qarabağ 0 2 0 0 2 0 5 -5 D D

Groupe F

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 AC Milan 6 2 2 0 0 4 1 +3 V V
2 Real Betis 4 2 1 1 0 3 0 +3 N V
3 Olympiacos 1 2 0 1 1 1 3 -2 N D
4 F91 Dudelange 0 2 0 0 2 0 4 -4 D D

Groupe G

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Rangers 4 2 1 1 0 5 3 +2 N V
2 Rapid Wien 3 2 1 0 1 3 3 +0 V D
3 Villarreal 2 2 0 2 0 5 5 +0 N N
4 Spartak Moskva 1 2 0 1 1 3 5 -2 D N

Groupe H

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Eintracht Frankfurt 6 2 2 0 0 6 2 +4 V V
2 Lazio 3 2 1 0 1 3 5 -2 V D
3 Olympique de Marseille 1 2 0 1 1 3 4 -1 D N
4 Apollon Limassol 1 2 0 1 1 3 4 -1 D N

Groupe I

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Sarpsborg 08 3 2 1 0 1 4 4 +0 D V
2 Genk 3 2 1 0 1 3 3 +0 V D
3 Beşiktaş 3 2 1 0 1 3 3 +0 V D
4 Malmö FF 3 2 1 0 1 2 2 +0 D V

Groupe J

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Krasnodar 6 2 2 0 0 3 1 +2 V V
2 Sevilla 3 2 1 0 1 6 3 +3 V D
3 Standard Liège 3 2 1 0 1 3 6 -3 D V
4 Akhisar Belediye 0 2 0 0 2 1 3 -2 D D

Groupe K

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Astana 4 2 1 1 0 4 2 +2 N V
2 Stade Rennais 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 V D
3 Dynamo Kyiv 2 2 0 2 0 4 4 +0 N N
4 Jablonec 1 2 0 1 1 3 4 -1 D N

Groupe L

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Chelsea 6 2 2 0 0 2 0 +2 V V
2 PAOK 3 2 1 0 1 4 2 +2 D V
3 BATE 3 2 1 0 1 3 4 -1 V D
4 Videoton 0 2 0 0 2 0 3 -3 D D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Classement Buteur

# Joueur Club Buts Pén 1er But
1 M. Dabour Red Bull Salzburg 3 1 2
- I. Hajrović Dinamo Zagreb 3 1 1
- K. Havertz Bayer 04 Leverkusen 3 0 2
4 L. Alario Bayer 04 Leverkusen 2 0 0
- P. Aubameyang Arsenal 2 0 1
- É. Banega Sevilla 2 1 1
- W. Ben Yedder Sevilla 2 0 0
- Jovane Cabral Sporting Clube de Portugal 2 0 1
- P. Cutrone AC Milan 2 0 1
- M. Djenepo Standard 2 0 1
- D. Harmash Dynamo Kyiv 2 0 0
- G. Higuaín AC Milan 2 0 1
- L. Jović Frankfurt 2 0 0
- Zé Luís Spartak M 2 1 1
- A. Morelos Rangers 2 0 1
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2018.09.18 11:49 Hippemann Coupes d'Europe : Les Matchs de la 1ère Journée

Ligue des Champions

Programme

Mardi 18 Septembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Barcelona 4 - 0 PSV Eindhoven
Internazionale 2 - 1 Tottenham Hotspur
Club Brugge 0 - 1 Borussia Dortmund
Monaco 1 - 2 Atlético Madrid
Liverpool 3 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain
Crvena Zvezda 0 - 0 Napoli
Galatasaray 3 - 0 Lokomotiv Moskva
Schalke 04 1 - 0 FC Porto

Mercredi 19 Septembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Ajax 3 - 0 AEK Athens
Shakhtar Donetsk 2 - 2 1899 Hoffenheim
Benfica 0 - 2 Bayern München
Manchester City 1 - 2 Olympique Lyonnais
Real Madrid 3 - 0 AS Roma
Viktoria Plzeň 2 - 2 CSKA Moskva
Young Boys 0 - 3 Manchester United
Valencia 0 - 2 Juventus

Groupe A

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Atlético Madrid 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 V
2 Borussia Dortmund 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 V
3 AS Monaco 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1 D
4 Club Brugge 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 D
1-2 Prochain Tour 3 Ligue Europa
Monaco 1 - 2 Atlético Madrid
Grandsir 18' -
- 31' Costa
- 46' Giménez

Groupe B

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Barcelona 3 1 1 0 0 4 0 +4 V
2 Internazionale 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 V
3 Tottenham Hotspur 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1 D
4 PSV Eindhoven 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 -4 D
1-2 Prochain Tour 3 Ligue Europa

Groupe C

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Liverpool 3 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 V
2 Crvena Zvezda 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 +0 N
3 Napoli 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 +0 N
4 Paris Saint-Germain 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 -1 D
1-2 Prochain Tour 3 Ligue Europa
Liverpool 3 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain
Sturridge 30' -
Milner (P) 36' -
- 40' Meunier
- 83' Mbappé
Firmino 91' -

Groupe D

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Galatasaray 3 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 V
2 FC Porto 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 +0 N
3 Schalke 04 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 +0 N
4 Lokomotiv Moskva 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 -3 D
1-2 Prochain Tour 3 Ligue Europa

Groupe E

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Ajax 3 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 V
2 Bayern München 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 V
3 Benfica 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 D
4 AEK Athens 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 -3 D
1-2 Prochain Tour 3 Ligue Europa

Groupe F

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Olympique Lyonnais 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 V
2 1899 Hoffenheim 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 +0 N
3 Shakhtar Donetsk 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 +0 N
4 Manchester City 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1 D
1-2 Prochain Tour 3 Ligue Europa
Manchester City 1 - 2 Olympique Lyonnais
- 25' Cornet
- 43' Fékir
Silva 67' -

Groupe G

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Real Madrid 3 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 V
2 CSKA Moskva 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 +0 N
3 Viktoria Plzeň 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 +0 N
4 AS Roma 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 -3 D
1-2 Prochain Tour 3 Ligue Europa

Groupe H

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Manchester United 3 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 V
2 Juventus 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 V
3 Valencia 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 D
4 Young Boys 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 -3 D
1-2 Prochain Tour 3 Ligue Europa

Ligue Europa

Programme

Jeudi 20 Septembre

Domicile vs Exterieur
Villarreal 2 - 2 Rangers
Rapid Wien 2 - 0 Spartak Moskva
Sevilla 5 - 1 Standard Liège
Akhisar Belediye 0 - 1 Krasnodar
Olympique de Marseille 1 - 2 Eintracht Frankfurt
Lazio 2 - 1 Apollon Limassol
Stade Rennais 2 - 1 Jablonec
Dynamo Kyiv 2 - 2 Astana
Beşiktaş 3 - 1 Sarpsborg 08
Genk 2 - 0 Malmö FF
PAOK 0 - 1 Chelsea
Vidi 0 - 2 BATE
AEK Larnaca 0 - 1 Zürich
Ludogorets 2 - 3 Bayer Leverkusen
RB Leipzig 2 - 3 Salzburg
Celtic 1 - 0 Rosenborg
Slavia Praha 1 - 0 Girondins de Bordeaux
København 1 - 1 Zenit
Spartak Trnava 1 - 0 Anderlecht
Dinamo Zagreb 4 - 1 Fenerbahçe
Sporting CP 2 - 0 Qarabağ
Arsenal 4 - 2 Vorskla
F91 Dudelange 0 - 1 Milan
Olympiakos Piraeus 0 - 0 Real Betis

Groupe A

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 3 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 V
2 FC Zürich 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 V
3 Ludogorets Razgrad 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 -1 D
4 AEK Larnaca 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Groupe B

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Red Bull Salzburg 3 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 V
2 Celtic 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 V
3 RB Leipzig 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 -1 D
4 Rosenborg 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Groupe C

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Slavia Praha 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 V
2 Zenit 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 +0 N
3 FC København 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 +0 N
4 Girondins de Bordeaux 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 D
1-2 Prochain Tour
Slavia Praha 1 - 0 Girondins de Bordeaux
Zmrhal 35' -

Group D

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Dinamo Zagreb 3 1 1 0 0 4 1 +3 V
2 Spartak Trnava 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 V
3 Anderlecht 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 D
4 Fenerbahçe 0 1 0 0 1 1 4 -3 D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Groupe E

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Arsenal 3 1 1 0 0 4 2 +2 V
2 Sporting Clube de Portugal 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 V
3 Vorskla 0 1 0 0 1 2 4 -2 D
4 Qarabağ 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Groupe F

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 AC Milan 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 V
2 Olympiacos 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 +0 N
3 Real Betis 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 +0 N
4 F91 Dudelange 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Groupe G

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Rapid Wien 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 V
2 Rangers 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 +0 N
3 Villarreal 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 +0 N
4 Spartak Moskva 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Group H

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Eintracht Frankfurt 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 V
2 Lazio 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 V
3 Apollon Limassol 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1 D
4 Olympique de Marseille 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1 D
1-2 Prochain Tour
Olympique de Marseille 1 - 2 Eintracht Frankfurt
Ocampos 4' -
- 52' Torro
- 89' Jovic

Groupe I

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Beşiktaş 3 1 1 0 0 3 1 +2 V
2 Genk 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 V
3 Sarpsborg 08 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 -2 D
4 Malmö FF 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Groupe J

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Sevilla 3 1 1 0 0 5 1 +4 V
2 Krasnodar 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 V
3 Akhisar Belediye 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 D
4 Standard Liège 0 1 0 0 1 1 5 -4 D
1-2 Prochain Tour

Groupe K

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 Stade Rennais 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 V
2 Astana 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 +0 N
3 Dynamo Kyiv 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 +0 N
4 Jablonec 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1 D
1-2 Prochain Tour
Stade Rennais 2 - 1 Jablonec
Sarr 31' -
- 54' Travnik
Ben Arfa (P) 90+1' -

Groupe L

# Equipe Pts J V N D BP BC DB Série
1 BATE 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 V
2 Chelsea 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 V
3 PAOK 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 D
4 Videoton 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 D
1-2 Prochain Tour
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2018.02.28 09:47 external95 Countdown to Kickoff 2018: Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Welcome to the Vancouver Whitecaps FC entry in the Countdown to Kickoff 2017 series!

 
 

Vancouver Whitecaps FC

 
Website: http://www.whitecapsfc.com
Location: BC Place, Vancouver, BC.
Head Coach: Carl "Robbo" Robinson
Captain: Kendall Waston
Kits: Primary – “Rain Jersey” & Secondary – “Unity Jersey”
Nicknames: "Caps", "White and Blue"
Supporters Groups: Southsiders, Curva Collective, Rain City Brigade
Founded: 1974 (disbanded in 1984, refounded in 1986 as the 86ers, renamed the Whitecaps in 2000, joined MLS in the 2011 season)
Awards:
  • Canadian Championship: 2015
  • Cascadia Cup: 2004, 2005, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2016
First Match: Whitecaps FC vs. Impact de Montréal – Sunday March 4th @ 3:00 PM PST
 
 

2017 Review

 
The Whitecaps finished third in the Western Conference with a record of 15-12-7 (W-L-D) and a goal difference of +1. In MLS Playoff action, they made it through the knockout round where they played the San Jose Earthquakes, but ultimately fell flat against Seattle Sounders FC in the Conference Semifinals. In the CONCACAF Campions League, the Caps won out their group stage against Sporting Kansas City and Trinidadian-side Central FC. They bested NYRB over two legs in the quarterfinals, but the dream stopped there after losing in the semifinals to the Mexican team Tigres UANL. In the Canadian Championship, the Caps played L’Impact de Montréal in the Semifinals (their only round) and failed to make it to the finals. Vancouver also failed to win the Cascadia Cup, finishing in last against Cascadia-sides Portland Timbers (the winners) and Seattle Sounders.
2017 looked like it had potential to be a good year for the Caps. They made some promising acquisitions in the off-season with the likes of Fredy Montero and Yordy Reyna, of whom were to put the woeful 2016 season to rest. However, 2017 was a rollercoaster of a year in MLS with personnel losses from the team such as Kekuta Manneh (traded to Columbus) and Matias Laba (injury), and gains such as Aly Ghazal and Nosa, as well as a 15-12-7 record which really did not show any positive or negative trends apart from a streak of 7 games without a loss back in August. Playoffs started strong with a 5-0 win over San Jose but hopes depleted as the Caps lost to Seattle from what seemed like a passionless set of two games. Hopefully this season the Caps can get it together and find that fire that is lacking on the field.
 

Players In/Out

 
OUT:
Pos. Player Details
MF Kekuta Manneh Traded on March 30, 2017 to Columbus Crew SC for Tony Tchani and allocation money.
GK Paolo Tornaghi Mutual contract termination agreed upon on July 18, 2017.
DF Christian Dean Traded on March 30, 2017 to Chicago Fire SC for allocation money.
GK David Ousted Option Declined. Signed with DC United.
DF Cole Seiler Option Declined. Signed with Sacramento Republic FC.
DF Deklan Wynne Traded to Colorado Rapids for $100,00 in TAM.
DF David Edgar Option Declined. Currently in pre-season camp with the Whitecaps.
DF Jordan Harvey End of contract with the Caps and now signed with LAFC.
DF Sam Adekugbe Loan return from IFK Göteborg Fotboll of the Swedish Allsvenskan. Transferred to Vålerenga Fotball of the Norwegian Eliteserien for an undisclosed fee.
DF Sheanon Williams Option Declined.
MF Andrew Jacobson End of contract and has retired from professional football.
MF Ben McKendry Option Declined.
MF Christian Bolaños Option Declined. Signed with Deportivo Saprissa of the Costa Rican Primera División.
MF Matías Laba Option declined. Signed with Club Estudiantes de La Plata in the Argentine Primera División.
MF Mauro Rosales Option Declined.
MF Nosa Igiebor Option declined. Signed with Anorthosis Famagusta FC in the Cypriot First Division.
MF Tony Tchani Traded to Chicago Fire SC for $150,000 in TAM.
FW Fredy Montero End of loan from Tianjin TEDA FC of the Chinese Super League. Has since been transferred to Sporting Clube de Portugal in the Portuguese Primeira Liga.
FW Kyle Greig Option Declined/Loan Return from FC Cincinnati. Has since signed for Saint Louis FC.
 
IN:
Pos. Player Details
GK Brian Rowe Acquired in trade with LA Galaxy in exchange for a 2018 second-round pick.
DF Doneil Henry Acquired on a free from West Ham United Football Club of the English Premier League.
DF José Aja Acquired via trade from Orlando City SC for $125,000 of 2019 TAM.
DF Sean Franklin Acquired via free agency. Previously played for DC United.
MF David Norman Jr. Signed from Whitecaps FC 2 as a homegrown player.
MF Efraín Juárez Acquired from CF Monterrey of LigaMX.
FW Anthony Blondell Acquired from Monagas Sport Club of the Venezuelan Primera División.
FW Kei Kamara Acquired in trade with New England Revolution in exchange for a 2019 first-round pick and a 2020 conditional second-round pick.
FW Myer Bevan Signed from Whitecaps FC 2.
 
 

Projected Starting 11

 
To the surprise of no one, we will likely see Robbo employ 4-2-3-1 right off the beginning of this season.
 Kamara Davies Reyna Techera Juarez Ghazal De Jong Waston Parker Nerwinski Marinovic 
 
Robbo also teased the possibility of playing with three-at-the-back. While we did not see it come to fruition for the majority of the preseason, a personal-favourite possibility could be 3-4-1-2:
 Kamara Blondell Reyna Davies Juarez Ghazal Nerwinski De Jong Waston Parker Marinovic 
 
 

Current roster

 
No. Pos. Player Nation
1 GK Stefan Marinović New Zealand
2 DF Doneil Henry Canada
3 DF Sean Franklin USA
4 DF Kendall Waston (Captain) Costa Rica
6 MF Efraín Juárez Mexico
7 MF/FW Bernie Ibini Australia
9 FW Anthony Blondell Venezuela
11 MF Nicolás Mezquida Uruguay
12 GK Brian Rowe USA
13 MF Cristian Techera Uruguay
17 DF/MF Marcel de Jong Canada
19 FW Erik Hurtado USA
20 MF Brek Shea USA
24 MF David Norman Jr. (HGP) Canada
26 DF Tim Parker USA
22 DF Aaron Maund USA
23 FW Kei Kamara Sierra Leone
28 DF Jake Nerwinski USA
29 MF/FW Yordy Reyna Peru
31 MF Russell Teibert (HGP) Canada
45 FW Myer Bevan New Zealand
46 DF Brett Levis Canada
66 MF Aly Ghazal Egypt
67 MF Alphonso Davies (HGP) Canada
n/a DF José Aja Uruguay
 
OUT ON LOAN:
No. Pos. Player Nation
18 GK Spencer Richey (on loan to FC Cincinnati) USA
32 MF Marco Bustos (HGP; on loan to Club Atlético Zacatepec) Canada
35 MF Deybi Flores (on loan to CD Motagua) Honduras
 
 

Key Players

 
Yordy Reyna MF
We only got to see half a season of Yordy in 2017 after a devastating injury in preseason, but from what the Peruvian has shown he can be a real threat going into 2018. He provides the offensive flair that the Caps have been needing, and hopefully he can continue that trend into this season. From the preseason, he looks to have great chemistry with the new striker Blondell, so I am sure we can see some great plays between the two this season.
 
Alphonso Davies MF/FW
The Canadian phenom is back this year and he is ready to show what he can do. Last season saw Davies do well in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, winning the Golden Boot award. In MLS play, however, he still has yet to score a goal. Hopefully this year he will be able to break that seal and we get to see more magic coming from the 17yo kid.
 
Kendall Waston DF
Our captain for this upcoming season, the Towering Tico is coming off a great 2017 after being in the top 3 for MLS DotY Caps and sending Costa Rica to the World Cup with this goal. This year could be a big one for the big man with the World Cup looming around the corner, and a good showing there could see him off to Europe in the Summer.
 
Kai Kamara FW
Former New England Revs striker has joined the Caps this year as a Designated Player. Nicknamed the Headmaster, we can expect him to be a strong presence on set-pieces and at the receiving end of crosses. If the Caps can solve their issue with moving the ball from midfield up to the attacking third, Kamara will be there to finish it.
 
 

Best Case Scenario

 
In term of silverware, the dream is to win the MLS Cup, Canadian Championship and the Cascadia Cup (I would throw the Shield in there as well but that's asking for too much). For individual player performances, we see Kamara become the finisher that we have desperately needed and challenge for the Golden Boot this year. Davies should see more consistent minutes and even score some goals, and he will see greener pastures as soon as his 18th birthday comes around. Waston has a solid year and performs exceptionally at the world cup. The Caps sell him in the summer to a larger European club for a pretty penny, and we purchase a replacement CB with those funds so we aren't left with a gaping hole in our back line. We could see Robbo play a more offensive kind of football and even dare to use new formations other than the safe 4-2-3-1. Robbo also is able to draw in a DP-level #10 in the summer, which would finally fill out the midfield that has desperately needed creativity ever since Morales' first season with the Caps.
 
 

Worst Case Scenario

 
In the darkest timeline we have Kamara prove that he is as useful as Rivero was for the team, and Blondell is not sufficient so we have to rely on Hurtado as our sole starting striker in a ridged 4-2-3-1 that Robbo refuses to change. In this system we shockingly find out that the single striker formation leaves our forward on an isolated island to be at the mercy of RobboBallTM. Davies sees limited minutes and as he sees less of the field all of Canada's soccer hopes and dreams dwindle down (#CapsHateCanada). Parker leaves the Caps because of a pre-season contract dispute where he demands more money than he actually is worth and Waston is forced to develop chemistry with a carousel of different CBs (aka Aja, Maund and Henry), none of which are able to compliment Waston's weaknesses. Caps ultimately end up out of the playoffs, win the Wooden Spoon and fail to obtain any other silverware in the season, prompting Robbo to be sacked and Martin Rennie is brought back in his place.
 
 
Edit: it has been less than 12 hours and we have already had another player leave...
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2017.12.25 08:08 FreeCandyVanDriver "The History of Naming Conventions": 3rd Annual Christmas Edition

The "History of Naming Conventions" is back for the third time on Christmas morning yet again to give you everything you ever wanted to know about the names of clubs from all over the world. And this time, it's very slightly bigger, a touch more detailed, and I didn't fuck up all the Portuguese and some Central European clubs.
Some of you might remember that I have posted versions of this twice before, but seeing as I still get PM's almost daily after originally posting up my first History of Naming Conventions at Christmas of 2015, I figured it was high time to redo the post and try to clean it up a fair bit. The follow-up post, the "Redux" edition, cleaned it up a bit more, and sorted the info alphabetically.
Happy Holidays (yes, even to RB fans) and I hope you enjoy the History of Naming Conventions, and an all-new (copy & pasted from something else I wrote and posted here before) in-depth explanation of the history of the World's Oldest Football Club, Sheffield FC. I've copy & pasted that into a comment in this post.

History Of Naming Conventions

While many fans understand that clubs have differing naming conventions, such as Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, and Sheffield F.C., many fans have absolutely no idea what those specific conventions imply. I'm here to set the record straight on why your club is named why it is. But let's start with the basics first, like the first football team, Sheffield F.C., and work our way up.

The Basics: “F.C.”

“F.C.” Stands for “Football Club.” From the outset, Sheffield F.C. used the term “F.C.” to differentiate it from the other sports club in Sheffield at the time – the rugby club named that was simply named “Sheffield.”
Since football was a brand new thing, the club adopted the “F.C.” to simply allow the locals to know that it wasn't the rugby team – it was the other Sheffield club playing that new sport where someone can't use their hands.
And since rugby clubs had sprouted up all over England long before the game we know as "modern" football became popular, almost every new football club took the naming convention of “F.C.”
At this point, you might be asking yourself, “Why 'club' though?” At that time, all sporting groups were “clubs,” as it was seen as more of a hobby than a profession or a business.
So you might be thinking “Okay, but what about A.F.C.?” Simple: the founding of football did not coincide with a codified set of rules. At the time, several set of rules were around, including “Sheffield Rules” and the familiar “Association Football Rules”. In cities that had a club that played under Sheffield Rules were names “F.C.” and another club that played under Association Football Rules, that club would take the “A.F.C.” convention. “A.F.C.” disappeared for the most part as most teams played under the Association Football Rules by the end of the 19th century, although some teams have kept their old name still to this day.
That's how the whole “F.C.” started.
But what about all of the others? Where did they come from? Why is there teams that use the term “Old Boys”? The following list will go through damn near each and every variation.
Before we do that, however, it pays to remember that the “rules” behind each naming convention are not always 100% for each and every club. Some clubs have just chosen to use the naming convention for the sound of it. Others have used it because it helped with marketing. And who knows why they chose 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig for a name – well, I know why, and you are about to.
We're breaking this down into two separate parts, Initials and Words, that way you can look up information substantially easier.

The List of Naming Conventions:

The Important Ones:

These two form the basis of most club structures - and will be referenced throughout the massive list below. Understanding these two in advance will make your life easier when reading through the list.
Initials Fully Expanded Location Translation & Meaning Example Club & Nation
F.C. Football Club Worldwide F.C. is used by many teams throughout the world and is simply to brand the team as a football club. Historically used to differentiate between football and rugby clubs playing in the same town, the naming convention became the most commonly used in football, with many variations based on local language spelling the words "Football Club" Sheffield F.C. (England)
S.C. (1) Sports Club (various spellings) Worldwide S.C. is used by teams throughout the world where the founding of the team originated from an organized group of individuals in order to provide structure to activities. Oftentimes it's a youth organization. The use of S.C. implies that the organization running the clubs have clubs in more than one sport. S.C. is important to note as many teams throughout the world will have initials that translate into this specific definition in English. Simba S.C. (Tanzania)

The Initials:

(This is set up in alphabetical order, minus the first two entries, which are deemed important enough that you need to know them before others as they are referenced frequently throughout the list.)
Initials Fully Expanded Location Translation & Meaning Example Club & Nation
AA Atletiek Associatie Low Countries Dutch for "Athletic Association" with the implied meaning behind the typical usage of "Sports Club." Traditionally, they offer teams and training in several sports beyond football AA Gent, now known as KAA Gent (Belgium)
A.C. Associazione Calcio Italy Used in Italian-speaking regions, “Associazione Calcio" translates into English as “Football Association” and is the Italian equivalent of “A.F.C.” A.C. Milan (Italy)
A.D. (1) Asociación Deportiva or Agrupación Deportiva Spain, Latin America The Spanish-language version of “SA”, this translates roughly into Sports Association. It's often found in Spanish speaking nations throughout the world, but particularly in Spain itself A.D. Isidro Metapán (El Salvador)
A.D. (2) Associação Desportiva Portugal The Portuguese-language version of “SA”, this translates loosely into Sports Association and is used in the same context AD Nogueirense (Portugal)
A.S. Association Sportive (various spellings) France, Italy, Africa Used primarily in French and Italian speaking nations, it translates as “Sports Association.” Many clubs use this in former French colonies, as well as Italy and France A.S. Douanes (Niger)
A.S.A. (1) Asociația Sportivă Armatei (various spellings) Eastern Europe This roughly translates into “Army Sports Association”, which implies that the club is run by the army, but is not always the case as clubs with A.S.A can be independently run. ASA București, now CSA Steaua București (Romania)
A.S.A. (2) Asociația Sportivă Ardealul Romania This translates into "Transylvania Sports Association", and found exclusively in Romania ASA 2013 Târgu Mureș (Romania)
A.S.D. Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Italy Roughly translates to "Amateur Sports Association”, and found exclusively in Italian-speaking communities. Usage denotes pure amateur clubs (either current or historical) and are often clubs run by the local municipalities. They offer programs from under-4 through Adult leagues. Not many are found near the top of the pyramid, but they form the basis of youth football clubs in Italy A.S.D. Sanremese (Italy)
B (1) Boldklub (various spellings) Denmark, Scandinavia Translates into "Ball Club", with the same implied connotations as "Football Club". As the single letter "B", it is found almost exclusively in Denmark, but has been used throughout Scandinavia. Vejle Boldklub, known as VB (Denmark)
B (2) "B" Squad Worldwide In this instance the letter "B" indicates that this club is the secondary team to the primary Adult team fielded by the organization, and often indicates the "reserve" squad for professional teams Real Betis B (Spain)
B.K. Ballklubb (various spellings) Scandinavia Translates into "Ball Club", with the same implied connotations as "Football Club". Found throughout Scandinavian nations and is fairly common. Rosenborg BK (Norway)
BSG Betriebssportgemeinschaft German speaking nations Translates as "Sports Associations" with the same connotations as "Sports Assications", these clubs also were almost always within the government control of the GDEast German government during the Cold War. Used to denote the Sports Branch of particular trade associations, such as Dynamo, Lokomotive, and Stahl BSG Wismut Aue, now FC Erzgebirge Aue (Germany)
BSV Ballsportverein or Ballspielverein German speaking nations Translates into "Ball Sports Club" and used in the same context as "Sports Club" they are often found to maintain clubs in multiple sports, and often have programs for youth, men and women. BSV Borussia 09 e.V. Dortmund, known as Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
BV Ballsportverein or Ballspielverein German speaking nations Translates into "Ball Sports Club" and used in the same context as "Sports Club" they are often found to maintain clubs in multiple sports, and often have programs for youth, men and women. BV Cloppenburg Frauen (Germany)
C Combinatie Netherlands Translates into "Combined", meaning that the club was founded as a merger between two existing clubs RKC Waalwijk (Netherlands)
C.A. Club Atlético or Clube Atlético Spain, Portugal, Latin America Translates into “Athletic Club”, these clubs are usually privately owned teams that have an outreach program within the community. Several teams with C.A. do not, however, and have the name as a basis to show that it is sponsored by a private, members-only club. C.A. Progreso (Uruguay)
C.D. Club Deportivo or Clube Desportivo Spain, Portugal, Latin America This translates into “Sports Club” in English, and is used in the same manner. Club Deportivo Pacífico FC (Peru)
C.F. Club Football (various spellings) Worldwide Found primarily in Spanish and Portuguese speaking nations, C.F. holds the same meaning as "Football Club." It is used in nations where the local language switches the order of words C.F. Monterrey (Mexico)
C.F.C. Cricket Football Club or Cricket & Football Club Worldwide Fairly rare, C.F.C is used either for teams comprised of cricket players or for a football club founded by a dedicated Cricket Club. These clubs are founded almost exclusively by British expats in major cities throughout the world. Genoa C.F.C. (Italy)
C.S. Club Sport Latin America Used with the same meaning as Sport Club
CSCA Central Army Sports Club Soviet-Bloc Eastern Europe CSCA is a spelling variation of CSKA, see CSKA for details CSCA-Rapid Chisinau (Moldova) - Rebranded as FC Steaua București
CSA Clubul Sportiv al Armatei Eastern Europe Translated as "Army Sports Club", this implies that the team is affiliated with the army, as well as fielding teams in multiple sports CSA Steaua București (Romania)
CSKA Central Army Sports Club Soviet-Bloc Nations CSKA is a hold-over from the Soviet-Bloc era. There are several various spellings of the initials that mean "Central Army Sports Club", such as CSCA and CWKS. Traditionally, these teams were comprised of members of the Army, but several teams were known to pay players to “join the army” and gave out higher incomes than to the common athlete/soldiers. PFC CSKA Moscow (Russia)
CWKS Central Army Sports Club Poland In Poland, these teams were either comprised of Army players or were freestanding clubs that were merged with Army clubs but still run independently of the army structure. A variation of CSKA. CWKS Resovia Rzeszow (Poland)
DJK Deutsche Jugendkraft Germany Translated into "German Youth Power", these clubs typically have a traditional youth development component. These culbs are often founded to give their youth outreach players a place to play after they have come of age DJK Agon 08 Düsseldorf (Germany)
E.C. Esporte Clube Brazil This means "Sports Club" in Portuguese and are found exclusively in Brazil. They serve the same role as a traditional community-based organization like Sport Clubs. Esporte Clube Bahia (Brazil)
e.V. eingetragener Verein German speaking nations Loosely translated into "Registered Association", it indicates that the club is officially registered with the government Fußballclub Rot-Weiß Erfurt e.V. (Germany)
F.B.C. Foot Ball Club South America Rarely used. Found in Peru almost exclusively, and most likely comes from the separating of the two syllables in "foot-ball" into two separate words when using "Football Club" as a part of the clubs name FBC Melgar (Peru)
FF (1) Fotbollförening (various spellings) Scandinavia Translates into "Football Association", it carries the same meaning as either "Football Club" or "Sports Club", depending on the club using it Malmö FF (Sweden)
FF (2) Fodsports forening (various spellings) Scandinavia Literally translated as "Foot Sport Association", these clubs are often the same as Sports Clubs, although a few offer only Football as a sport. Viborg Fodsports Forening, known as VFF (Denmark)
F.F.C. Frauenfußballclub German speaking nations Used in locations where the local word for “Women's” starts with the letter “F,” often used by clubs in Germany. 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam (Germany)
F.K. Football Klub (various spellings) Worldwide Meaning "football Club", F.K. is used in nations where the word “Club” is started with the letter “K,” FK Dinamo-Rīnuži (Latvia)
FSV Fussball- und Sportverein Germany Translates to "Football and Sports Clubs," and is to be used in the same manner as "Sports Club." 1. FSV Mainz 05 (Germany)
G.D. Grupo Desportivo Portugal Portuguese for "Sports Group", this is used in the same manner as "Sports Club" G.D. Fabril (Portugal)
GF Gymnastikforening Denmark Found almost exclusively in Denmark, the literal translation is "Gymnastics Association." These football clubs were founded by groups that already had a background in offering gymnastics programs AGF Aarhus (Denmark)
GIF Gymnastik- & Idrottsförening Sweden, Scandinavia Loosely translates into "Athletic & Sports Association" and is used in the same manner as "Sports Club" GIF Sundsvall (Sweden)
GKS Górniczy Klub Sportowy Poland Translates into "Mining Sport Club", where the "G" denotes a mining "KS" (Klub Sportowy), and is used in the same manner GKS Katowice (Poland)
GmbH Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung German speaking nations While not an exact translation, it's meaning is the same as Limited Liability Company. This indicates that the club is not publicly traded nor it is a community-owned club held in a trust. They are a privately-owned business in which the individual owners are not liable for debts incurred by the club itself Bayer 04 Leverkusen Fußball GmbH (Germany)
IF Idrottsförening Scandinavia Swedish for “Sports Association”, but is often used in the same way that we would imagine a “Sports Club” being used by English speakers. Djurgårdens IF (Sweden)
IFK Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna Sweden, Finland Swedish for "Sporting Society Comrades,” clubs within the IFK are a part of an over-arching Scandinavian Youth organization. They trace their roots back more than 110 years and spread throughout Scandinavia. Currently the IFK's are still focused on multiple sports, and still exist in both Sweden and Finland. IFK Göteborg (Sweden)
IK Idræts Klub (various spellings) Denmark, Scandinavia Translated into "Sports Club," it's use is more like a “S & C/Sports & Culture” club when it is used by teams in Denmark that are made up of players in the foreign diaspora. However, for teams that are not made up of foreign-born players, IK is used in the same fashion as “Sports Club.” Hobro IK (Denmark)
IL Idrettslag Norway Used almost exclusively in Norway, it translates into “Sports Club” with the same meaning implied. Flekkerøy IL (Norway)
IS Idrottsällskap Sweden Loosely translated into "Sports Society", it holds the same meaning as Sports Club. Örgryte IS (Sweden)
J.K./JK (1) Jimnastik Kulübü Turkey Translated into "gymnastics club", it's use indicates that the club itself has either a history of operating a Gymnastics club or is currently running one. In modern usage, these clubs are seen the same way as one sees the usage of "Sports Club" Beşiktaş J.K. (Turkey)
JK (2) Jalkapalloklubi or Jalkapallokerho Finland Loosely translates into "Football Club" and holds the same meaning Jyväskylän Jalkapalloklubi, known as JJK (Finland)
K Koninklijke Belgium Literally translates into "Royal". Any club with 50 years of continued existence can add "Koninklijke" to their name in Belgium. Has no bearing on the type of club. K. Lierse S.K. (Belgium)
KAA Koninklijke Atletiek Associatie Belgium, Low Countires Literally translates to "Royal Athletics Association", and is used in the same fashion as "Sports Club" is. These clubs started off as having "AA", as opposed to "KAA", as teams are allowed to add "Koninklijke" (Royal) to their club name after 50 years of continued existence K.A.A. Gent (Belgium)
K.S. Klub Sportowy Poland This directly translates into “Sports Club”, and has the same connotation and usage Piast Gliwice K.S. (Poland)
M Mestský Czeck and Slovak Republics Literally translated as "City", it denotes the location of the team. Usually precedes other initials, such as MFK MFK Dubnica (Slovakia)
N.K. Nogometni klub Croatia, former Yugoslavian nations Loosely translates into and is the equivalent to “Football Club”. common at both the upper-tier clubs and lower leagues NK Svoboda (Slovenia)
P.F.C. Professional Football Club Worldwide a rare usage, usually indicates a team that has had an amateur side in previous years or still maintains clubs in other sports with an amateur status. Also has found usage as former Government-run teams, such as army, taxation, or police clubs PFC CSKA Moscow (Russia)
PS Persatuan Sepakbola Indonesia Translated into "Football Association", it carries the same meaning as "Football Club" PS Tentara Nasional Indonesia (Indonesia)
PK Pallokerho Finland Translates into "Ball Club", and hold the same connotation as "Football Club" PK-35 Vantaa (Finland)
PV Palloveikot Finland Loosely translates into "Ball Fraternity", it's used in the same way as "Social Club" would be used Tampereen Pallo-Veikot (Finland)
R (1) Royal Worldwide Typically added to a club's name after either 50 years of existence or by royal decree via patronage. had no bearing on the organizational operations of the club R Antwerp F.C. (Belgium)
R (2) Regatta (various spellings) Worldwide While fairly rare, the usage of "R" within this context signifies a historical tie with a rowing or sailing club Botafogo R (Brazil)
RC (3) Racing/Racing Club (various spellings) Worldwide The usage of "Racing" and "Racing Club" does not necessarily imply anything, but several teams that use a variation of it have historical ties to Track & Field groups, while others have ties to horse racing and even racing various types of boats. It carries zero significance to how the club currently operates, however. RC Lens (France)
R (4) Radnički Croatia, former Yugoslavian nations Meaning "Worker", these clubs are often founded by the "working class" of a town. Most often used a precursor to another abbreviation RNK Split (Croatia)
RB Rasenballsport Fantasyland This term is totally made up by Red Bull to circumvent branding rules in international competitions, yet they claim it's a legitimate term that translates into "Lawn Ball Sport". To any reasonable person, "RB" stands solely for the most crass modern marketing in football. RB Leipzig (Germany)
R.C.D. Real Club Deportivo Spain Translated into "Royal Sports Club," it implies a Sports Club with a royal charter. Implies the same as the term "Sports Club" RCD Mallorca (Spain)
S.A. Sports Association (various spellings) Worldwide These are found in many nations regardless of local language. S.A. may imply multiple teams being fielded - more than one football team, more than one gender, and even more than one sport. A deceptively vague term, and rarely used in English-speaking nations due to the lack of any defined meaning.
S.A.D. Sociedad Anónima Deportiva Spain, Spanish-speaking nations Loosely translated into "Limited Sports Society," this term that the club is a type of LLC. Operates in a similar fashion to GmbH clubs in German-speaking nations Sevilla Fútbol Club, S.A.D. (Spain)
S.C. (2) Soccer Club Worldwide Carries the same meaning as F.C., and it is used primarily in nations where the sport of football is referred to as soccer Columbus Crew SC (United States)
S.C. (3), S&C (4) Sports & Culture (various combinations) Mediterranean regions "Sports & Culture" is used by various club associations to include a community enrichment program as well as sports for both children and adults. N/A
S.D. Sociedad Deportiva Spain, Latin America Directly translates into "Sports Society," and carries the same implied meaning as "Sport Club" SD Ponferradina (Spain)
SE Sociedade Esportiva Brazil Portuguese for "Sports Society,” this is used in a general sense for a community-based club offering both Youth & Adult programs. SE Palmeiras (Brazil)
SG Sportgemeinschaft German-speaking nations Translates into "Sports Association," and is most often used in the same manner as "Sports Club" SG Wattenscheid 09 (Germany)
S.K. (1) Spor Kulübü Turkey Directly translates into "Sports Club" and carries the same connotation. Galatasaray S.K. (Turkey)
S.K. (2) Sportsklubben (various spellings) Scandinavia, Worldwide Directly translates into "Sports Club," these clubs are not beholden to typical conventions. While they are frequently found in Scandinavia, they can be found throughout the world SK Brann (Norway)
SpVgg Spielvereinigung German-speaking nations Translates into "Playing Association," these clubs are like other "Sports Clubs" but usually focus on non-gymnastic sports in addition to football. SpVgg Greuther Fürth (Germany)
S.S. Società Sportiva Italy, Malta Italian for "Sports Society,” this is used in a general sense for a community-based club offering both Youth & Adult programs. Found in Italy to a very small extent, these are fairly common on the island of Malta. S.S. Lazio (Italy)
SSV Schwimmsportverein or Sport- und Schwimmverein Germany Translates to "Swim Sport Club" or "Sports and Swimming Club," and is used in the same manner as "Sports Club" SSV Ulm 1846 (Germany)
S.T. Soccer Team Worldwide The usage of Soccer Team is frequently found in English-speaking nations where football is referred to as soccer and often implies a youth development component. This is not always the case, as they are found in non-English speaking nations where the sport is referred to as Football. Bassano Virtus 55 S.T. (Italy)
SSC Società Sportiva Calcio Italy Translates as "Sporting and Football Society" and are considered to be clubs who offer several sports, with football being the focus S.S.C. Napoli (Italy)
S.V. Sportverein (various spellings) Low Countries, Germany Meaning “Sports Club" and used in the same context, S.V. teams are found throughout Western Europe, but mainly within the Low Countries and Germany Hannoversche Sportverein 1896 eV, known as Hannover 96 (Germany)
T.S.V. Turn- und Sportverein German-speaking nations This translates to “Gymnastic and Sporting Club," and is to be considered the same as "Sports Club" TSV 1860 München (Germany)
TuS Turn- und Spielvereinigung German-speaking nations Literally translated to "Gymnastic and Gaming Club", used in the same way as "Sports Club" Düsseldorfer TuS Fortuna 1895 e.V. (Germany)
U.C. Unione Calcio Italian-speaking nations Translated directly into "Football Union", these clubs often gain the use of U.C. after a merger with another club. No other significance. U.C. Sampdoria (Italy)
UD Unión Deportiva Spain, Latin America Translates to "Sporting Union" and is used in a similar manner Levante UD (Spain)
U.S. Unione Sportiva Italian-speaking nations Meaning "Sporting Union," these clubs have been renamed after a merger with other groups. They typically offer other sports besides football. U.S. Sassuolo Calcio (Italy)
VfB Verein für Bewegungsspiele German-speaking nations Directly translated into "Club for Exercise games," these clubs are similar to "Sports Clubs" in that they offer other sports in addition to football, but often have a more dedicated push towards to those other sports compared to most "Sports Clubs" VfB Stuttgart (Germany)
VfL Verein für Leibesübungen German-speaking nations Literally translated as "Club for Body exercises," these clubs are often formed by clubs that focus on general overall fitness. There is a tradition of company-founded "VfL" clubs for its workers VfL Wolfsburg (Germany)
VfR Verein für Rasensport German-speaking nations Translates into "Club for Lawnsports," these clubs are more like your traditions "Sports Club" in their offering of other sporting activities VfR Aalen 1921 (Germany)
VV Voetbal Vereniging Low Countries Translates into "Football Association" and carries the same meaning as "Sports Club" VV Steenbergen (Holland)
The Numbers:
Occasionally, you will find numbers within the both the full and proper name of a club as well as the commonly used name for the club. Below is a description on what they mean:
Number Structure Meaning
XXXX - four digits Found throughout the world, this number is almost always the founding year of the club. An example of this is TSV 1860 München.
XX - two digits Found throughout the world, this is the last two numbers in the given century of their founding. Bayer 04 Leverkusen is a popular example of this.
1. - as a precursor Found primarily in Europe, the “1.” in front of the club's name indicates that that club was the first club founded in a city. It's a source of pride for these clubs, and is still used to this day, primarily in Germany. An example of this would be 1. FC Lübars.
The Words:
This section focuses on words that you'll often see in names of several clubs. These words may be to help differentiate between clubs from the same city, they may be tied to their history, their formation, who founded the clubs, or even professional versus amateur status. Like the initials, these rules are not always 100% true, and are to used as guides to help understand the history behind the name for the most teams possible. Yes, there are exceptions to possibly all of these, but the exceptions are much less frequent thean the rule - hence using exceptions.
Word Purpose
Academia (various spellings) Clubs that have historical ties to universities. Found throughout the world.
Alemannia or Germania An old name for Germany.
Ajax A reference from Greek mythology. Some clubs in Africa and the Americas with the name are affiliated with Ajax of Holland.
Albion A very old name for Great Britain. Used to denote a specific team in a community with more than one club. UK only.
Apollon A reference to the Greek god Apollo. No other significance.
Arsenal Used throughout Europe, these clubs have a traditional association with Weapons manufacturing.
Astra or Asteras Greek for "star," used all over Europe.
Atlas Usually a reference to Greek mythology, occasionally a reference to the mountain range by that name. No other significance.
Athletic Just a general term if used without any other modifier. Found everywhere.
Borussia Latin for Prussia, used by clubs in Germany
Brown A reference to Guillermo Brown/William Brown, an Irish/Argentinian Sea Captain. Argentina only.
Calcio Italian for "football," no special significance if used without another modifier.
Casuals Often used to denote a club's "amateur" status.
Celtic These are clubs that are often founded by members of the Celtic Diaspora and are found throughout the world.
Chernomorets (various spellings) Local language name for the Black Sea, no special significance. Found in Ukraine and Bulgaria.
City Usage of this denotes that the club represents a specific city, and is used to identify a specific club within a city of multiple clubs. Also denotes clubs that are a part of the “City Football Group” - Manchester, Melbourne, and New York City.
Collieries Clubs that were founded or supported by miners or mining companies. Primarily England.
Corinthians References the town of Corinth in Greece, and is often used to allude to the Corinthian ideal of amateurism in sports. Also used to denote an "amateur" club.
Cosmos Short for Cosmopolitan, represents the ideal of multiculturalism. No other significance.
County Denotes a political level of Government, often preceded by the official name of the county. Primarily England.
Days (Specific days of the week) Used to specify specific clubs in communities with more than one club. An example is Sheffield Wednesday (which came from the original Cricket club's name)
Douanes Clubs that are supported by National Customs and Taxation departments. Found in French speaking nations.
Dutch Lions These are clubs owned by the Dutch club F.C. Twente, found only in the U.S.A.
Dynamo (various spellings) Most of these clubs were originally a part of the “Dynamo” Sport society, founded by the Soviets in the early 20th century. Often attached to the Department of Interior Security.
En Avant French for “forward,” no other significance.
Eintracht German for "united," no other significance.
Energy (various spellings) Used throughout the world to denote a connection to the local Electric/Power company
-ense Used after a city's name, used to indicating the club belongs to that city/place. Found in Portuguese speaking nations
Español Simply refers to the country of Spain, although it has been used by members of the Spanish diaspora.
Espoir or Espérance) French for "hope," no other significance. French Speaking nations only.
Estudiantes Clubs that have historical ties to universities. Found throughout the Spanish-speaking world.
Excelsior Means “higher”, no other significance
Ferroviário Meaning "rail" in English, it is used to denote a railway-founded club. Found most often in Portuguese-speaking African nations
Fortuna The Greek Goddess of fortune, used throughout the world
Gimnasia (various spellings) Implying Gymnastics. These clubs often have ties with Gymnastics clubs or groups.
Górnik Sometimes abbreviated as GKS, these are clubs that were founded or supported by miners or mining companies. Primarily found in Poland.
Hapoel An Israeli sporting association that can links to various trades unions. Often left-leaning historically. Israel only.
Hercules or Heracles A reference to the Greek God of strength, courage, ingenuity, and sexual prowess. Worldwide.
Hibernian These are clubs that are traditionally founded by members of the Irish Diaspora and are found throughout Scotland, Malta and in Ireland itself.
Hilal Arabic for "Crescent", usually tied to the new crescent moon at the beginning of each month in the Islamic calendar. Found throughout the Arabic speaking world.
Inter or International Denotes clubs that are founded by either immigrants to their location or are using the term to identify themselves differently from other clubs, sometimes by way of splinter groups forming their own club.
Ittihad Arabic for “union,” with the implied meaning of “United” in English.
Juve (also: Juventus, Jeunesse, Juniors, Youth) A reference to youth, no other significance.
Lokomotiv (various spellings) Clubs founded by Railways or railway workers, these clubs can be found throughout the world. Most are professional, but some still have actual railroad workers on their rosters.
Maccabi A reference to the Maccabees, Maccabi is a "Sporting Society" in Israel. Found in several nations with large, Jewish populations. Often affiliated with youth outreach sports.
Metallurg Clubs that have a history with steelworks, founded by a team consisting of players from the steelworks. Usually Russian-speaking nations with this spelling.
Metalurh Clubs that have a history with steelworks, founded by a team consisting of players from the steelworks. Primarily Ukrainian clubs with this spelling.
Mineros Clubs that were founded or supported by miners or mining companies. Primarily found in Spanish-speaking South American nations.
Mohammedan Denotes clubs founded in the principles of the Muslim faith, usually as youth outreach groups. Found everywhere.
Nacional (various spellings) Means “national”, but usually denotes nothing. Occasionally used for teams of the army, but more often used to identify specific teams in larger markets. Used everywhere.
Old Boys Clubs that were founded to provide football at an age past school age for a particular school.
Olympic (various spellings) References the Olympic Games, but bears no other significance.
Perse- or Persi- A prefix meaning "Football Association" attached to clubs, often found in Indonesia
Petrolero Clubs that have were founded by either workers in the Petrol/Oil industry or by the companies themselves. Found throughout the petrol/oil producing world.
Police (various spellings) Clubs that have an affiliation with governmental policing groups. Often consist of active members of the police force, but some do have professional footballs within their ranks.
Politehnica Clubs with ties to a specific university. Found primarily in Eastern Europe.
Preußen German for "Prussia," no other significance.
Racing References a historical relationship with racing - either Track & Field events, rowing, sailing, or even horse racing. Oftentimes, these clubs used the middle of the racing oval as their original home ground.
Rangers The name occasionally implies a tie-in towards the military or policing, however this is a rare occurrence, as the name traditionally means nothing of significance for the club.
Real Spanish for “Royal”, these clubs have the direct patronage of the Spanish Monarchy. Found in Spanish speaking nations. Excludes Real Salt Lake of the MLS.
Red Bull Found throughout the world, these are clubs that are not only sponsored by the Red Bull Energy Drink company, they are often founded by them. Most people detest the names, even their own fans.
Regatas (various spelling) Often used to denote clubs that have an association with either rowing or sailing, these are mainly found in Brazil.
Rio Branco A reference to José Paranhos, His Excellency The Baron of Rio Branco. The Godfather of Brazilian diplomacy. Found only in Brazil.
Rovers This denotes a team that was founded without a specific home ground. They are found primarily in the British Isles.
Royal A word that Belgian clubs can use after 50 years of continuous existence. Can use the German, French, Dutch or English version of the the word.
Ruch Meaning “movement” in Polish. No other significance.
Santos or San It's the Spanish/Portuguese word for “Saint” and/or “Saints”, but it doesn't mean imply anything specific.
Shamrock A national symbol of Ireland, used in both Ireland and the U.S.A. No other significance.
Slavia Just refers to the Slavic people, Found in Eastern Europe and supported by men in matching tracksuits squatting on the sidelines.
Sparta Referencing the Greek town of Sparta, but has no special significance.
Spartak A reference to Spartacus, the slave-turned-leader of a revolt almost two thousand years ago. Found throughout Eastern Europe and Russia.
-spor (ending of a name) Means “sport,” and is found in Turkey.
Sporting This implies that the club is a part of a larger group of teams in various sports. If a club uses the name “Sporting”, it is the name of the overarching group for all the teams in all of the sports that it participates in.
Stål Clubs that have a history with steelworks, founded by a team consisting of players from the steelworks. Primarily Scandinavian with this spelling.
Stade The French word for “stadium.” These clubs are often named after their original home ground.
Stahl Clubs that have a history with steelworks, founded by a team consisting of players from the steelworks. Primarily German with this spelling.
Stal Clubs that have a history with steelworks, founded by a team consisting of players from the steelworks. Primarily Eastern European with this spelling.
Swifts The plural for Swift, a type of bird. No other significance.
Thistle A national symbol of Scotland. No other significance.
Torpedo A reference to the Soviet Volunteer Sports Society, indicates a historical tie to Russia.
United (various spelling) Outside of England, this is indicative of clubs that were founded by the merger of two or more clubs. Sometimes this is used to denote a different club if more than one exist within the same community. Found everywhere.
Universidad (various spellings) Clubs that have ties, usually founding ties, to a University. These are found throughout the world.
Wanderers This denotes a team that was founded without a specific home ground. They are found throughout the world, but primarily English-speaking nations.
Welfare A reference to the “Well-being” movement of the early 1900's. These clubs are usually small and community-based. Mainly in England.
Wolves Just implies the animal, no other significance.
Young Boys Clubs with ties to a local school, often used to differentiate between multiple clubs.
Zagłębie Clubs that were founded or supported by miners or mining companies. Only in Poland.
Zenit A reference indicating that the club was once a part of the Zenit Soviet Sports Society or an alliance with the Zenit itself.
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2017.07.29 12:00 soccerbot Today's Matches [2017-07-29]

Today's Matches

All times shown in GMT.

2. Bundesliga
FC Ingolstadt 11 : 00 1. FC Union Berlin
Arminia Bielefeld 13 : 30 SSV Jahn Regensburg
SV Darmstadt 98 13 : 30 SpVgg Greuther Fürth

S.League
Balestier Khalsa 11 : 30 Hougang United
Warriors FC 11 : 30 Albirex Niigata (Singapore)

International Champions Cup

Chelsea 11 : 35 Internazionale
Manchester City 22 : 05 Tottenham Hotspur
Real Madrid 00 : 05 Barcelona

Chinese Super League
Chongqing Dangdai Lifan 11 : 35 Jiangsu Suning
Guangzhou R&F 11 : 35 Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao
Shanghai Greenland Shenhua 11 : 35 Hebei China Fortune

Russian Premier League
CSKA Moskva 12 : 00 SKA-Khabarovsk
Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast 12 : 00 FC Ufa
Rubin Kazan 14 : 30 Arsenal Tula
Terek Grozniy 17 : 00 Dinamo Moskva

3. Liga
1. FC Magdeburg 12 : 00 Rot-Weiß Erfurt
FC Carl Zeiss Jena 12 : 00 Fortuna Köln
FSV Zwickau 12 : 00 Sportfreunde Lotte
Hansa Rostock 12 : 00 SG Sonnenhof Großaspach
SC Paderborn 07 12 : 00 Chemnitzer FC
SC Preußen Münster 12 : 00 SV Meppen
VfR Aalen 12 : 00 Hallescher FC

Ligue 2
FC Lorient 13 : 00 Quevilly Rouen

Allsvenskan
IF Elfsborg 14 : 00 IK Sirius
Jönköpings Södra IF 14 : 00 Hammarby IF
GIF Sundsvall 16 : 00 Malmö FF

Danish Superliga
Odense BK 14 : 00 AC Horsens
FC København 16 : 00 Hobro IK

Scottish League Cup
Alloa Athletic 14 : 00 Hibernian
Annan Athletic 14 : 00 Ayr United
Arbroath 14 : 00 Ross County
Brechin City 14 : 00 Falkirk
Elgin City 14 : 00 Peterhead
Forfar Athletic 14 : 00 Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Greenock Morton 14 : 00 Edinburgh City
Hamilton Academical 14 : 00 Stenhousemuir
Heart of Midlothian 14 : 00 Dunfermline Athletic
Kilmarnock 14 : 00 Dumbarton
Motherwell 14 : 00 Berwick Rangers
Partick Thistle 14 : 00 Stranraer
Queen of the South 14 : 00 Albion Rovers
Raith Rovers 14 : 00 Cowdenbeath
St Mirren 14 : 00 Airdrieonians

Austrian Football Bundesliga
Red Bull Salzburg 14 : 00 LASK Linz
St. Pölten 16 : 30 Rapid Wien
SV Mattersburg 16 : 30 Wolfsberger AC

Ukrainian Premier League
Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk 14 : 00 Shakhtar Donetsk
Dynamo Kyiv 16 : 30 Karpaty Lviv
Vorskla 16 : 30 Zirka Kropyvnytskyi

Vysheyshaya Liga
FC Vitebsk 14 : 00 Krumkachy
Slavia-Mozyr 14 : 30 Neman Grodno
Isloch 15 : 00 Torpedo-BelAZ Zhodino
BATE 16 : 00 FC Gomel

Super liga Srbije
Mačva Šabac 15 : 00 Zemun
Bačka Bačka Palanka 16 : 00 Voždovac
Partizan 17 : 00 Javor Ivanjica
Borac Čačak 18 : 00 Spartak Subotica
Čukarički 18 : 00 Napredak Kruševac
Radnik Surdulica 18 : 00 Vojvodina

Czech Liga
MFK Karviná 15 : 00 Vysočina Jihlava
Slovácko 15 : 00 Jablonec
Viktoria Plzeň 15 : 00 Dukla Praha
Slavia Praha 18 : 00 Teplice

Liga I
Juventus București 15 : 30 FC Voluntari
Gaz Metan Mediaș 18 : 00 CFR Cluj

Club Friendlies

Hertha BSC 16 : 00 Liverpool

Ekstraklasa
Legia Warszawa 16 : 00 Sandecja Nowy Sącz
Górnik Zabrze 18 : 30 Wisła Kraków

Belgian Pro League
Lokeren 16 : 00 Club Brugge
Genk 18 : 00 Waasland-Beveren
KAS Eupen 18 : 00 Zulte Waregem
Charleroi 18 : 30 KV Kortrijk

Campeonato Nacional
Deportes Iquique 16 : 00 Everton
Curicó Unido 19 : 00 Universidad de Chile
Audax Italiano 22 : 00 Palestino
Universidad Católica 00 : 30 Universidad de Concepción

Nemzeti Bajnokság I
Paksi SE 16 : 00 Debrecen
Szombathelyi Haladás 16 : 00 Diósgyőr
Honvéd 18 : 30 Balmazújvárosi FC

Coppa Italia
Arezzo 16 : 00 Triestina

Swiss Super League
FC Lugano 17 : 00 St. Gallen
Grasshoppers 17 : 00 Young Boys

Taça da Liga
Belenenses 17 : 00 Real

1. HNL
Inter Zaprešić 17 : 00 Slaven Belupo
Rijeka 19 : 00 Istra 1961

Primera A
Clan Juvenil 17 : 00 Fuerza Amarilla
River Ecuador 21 : 30 Independiente del Valle

Peruvian Primera División
Unión Comercio 17 : 30 Sport Rosario
Alianza Atlético 20 : 00 Sporting Cristal
Academia Deportiva Cantolao 22 : 45 Universidad Técnica de Cajamarca
Universitario 01 : 00 Ayacucho

Copa Paulista
Água Santa 18 : 00 Portuguesa Santista
São Caetano 19 : 00 Nacional Atlético Clube
Ferroviária 20 : 00 XV de Piracicaba
Linense 22 : 00 Noroeste
Velo Clube 22 : 00 Penapolense

Slovenian PrvaLiga
Maribor 18 : 20 Rudar Velenje

League of Ireland First Division
Longford Town 18 : 30 Shelbourne

Primera B Nacional
Brown 18 : 30 Independiente Rivadavia

League of Ireland Premier Division
Sligo Rovers 18 : 45 Dundalk

Trophée des Champions
Monaco 19 : 00 Paris Saint-Germain

Brasileiro Série A
Botafogo 19 : 00 São Paulo
Palmeiras 22 : 00 Avaí

Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano
Petrolero 19 : 00 Sports Boys Warnes
Universitario de Sucre 21 : 15 Club Jorge Wilstermann

Torneo Águila
Bogotá 19 : 00 Atlético
Valledupar 20 : 30 Llaneros
Deportes Quindio 22 : 30 Leones

Brasileiro Série B
Figueirense 19 : 30 Vila Nova
Goiás 19 : 30 CRB
Guarani 19 : 30 Londrina
Paraná Clube 19 : 30 Santa Cruz
Boa Esporte 22 : 00 Luverdense
Náutico 22 : 00 Criciúma

Liga Águila
Jaguares de Córdoba 20 : 15 América de Cali
Deportivo Cali 00 : 35 Tigres
Atlético Bucaramanga 00 : 45 Atlético Huila

Major League Soccer
Atlanta United FC 20 : 30 Orlando City
New England Revolution 23 : 30 Philadelphia Union
New York Red Bulls 23 : 30 Montreal Impact
FC Dallas 00 : 00 Vancouver Whitecaps
Houston Dynamo 00 : 00 Portland Timbers
Minnesota United 00 : 00 DC United
Real Salt Lake 00 : 00 Columbus Crew SC
San Jose Earthquakes 00 : 00 Colorado Rapids
Sporting KC 00 : 00 Chicago Fire
LA Galaxy 02 : 00 Seattle Sounders

Ascenso MX
Potros UAEM 21 : 00 Leones Negros
Coras Tepic 22 : 00 Atlante
Celaya 01 : 15 Tampico Madero

Liga MX
Cruz Azul 22 : 00 Chivas
Querétaro 22 : 00 Lobos BUAP
Monterrey 00 : 00 Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz
Pachuca 00 : 06 América
Necaxa 02 : 00 Tijuana

North American Soccer League
New York Cosmos 23 : 00 Miami FC
North Carolina FC 23 : 30 Puerto Rico FC

J2 League
Fagiano Okayama FC 09 : 00 V-Varen Nagasaki
FC Gifu 09 : 00 Thespakusatsu Gunma
Roasso Kumamoto 10 : 00 Nagoya Grampus

J1 League
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 09 : 30 Sagan Tosu
Vegalta Sendai 09 : 30 Kashiwa Reysol
FC Tokyo 10 : 00 Albirex Niigata

Football National League
FC Sibir Novosibirsk 10 : 00 Fakel Voronezh

K League Challenge
Seoul E-Land FC 10 : 00 Ansan Greeners
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