[CL] Juventus - Djurgarden (1 Viewer)

JuveBoy

Senior Member
Feb 4, 2003
5,022
#1
I don't know These teams. Whatever it is, we have to play good.
The first match will be on 10 or 11 of August and then for the second legs in 24 or 25.
I hope that Neddy is recovered for these matches, otherwise we don't have our engine and not even Enz Maresca:down:!.
Good luck.
 
Sep 28, 2002
13,975
#2
what can i say, lucky draw both for me personally and juventus. none of the teams is match for us really. good side is that if juve face kaunas, i'll go and see them live playing only 100km away from my home. in my home town really. blinding :extatic:
 

kweku

Junior Member
Jul 20, 2002
167
#3
++ [ originally posted by Fliakis ] ++
what can i say, lucky draw both for me personally and juventus. none of the teams is match for us really. good side is that if juve face kaunas, i'll go and see them live playing only 100km away from my home. in my home town really. blinding :extatic:
Sorry but no, I cant allow this because I leave only 20 minutes from where Djurgården and Juve would be playing. ;) So I really hope they win
 
Jan 24, 2004
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#6
uefa.com

Moggi: "It will be a tricky match regardless of which of the two teams we will have to face. They are both very strong from the physical point of view and we cannot vafford to undestimated them. This game is too important for us - we cannot make mistakes."

very true :)
 

Stu

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2002
17,556
#9
++ [ originally posted by JuveBoy ] ++
I don't know These teams. Whatever it is, we have to play good.
The first match will be on 10 or 11 of August and then for the second legs in 24 or 25.
I hope that Neddy is recovered for these matches, otherwise we don't have our engine and not even Enz Maresca:down:!.
Good luck.
Nedved is injured? :undecide:
 
Sep 14, 2003
5,800
#11
It's very good draw, but we must not underestimate our opponents.

Moggi is right of course, we can't afford to screw up, we need the money........
 

Stu

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2002
17,556
#12
++ [ originally posted by Arif ] ++



Yeah. Since Eruo2004 semis. But Capello said that he'll be fit to play in Juve's CL preliminaries.
I know that he was injured against Greece in Euro 2004, but I was of the impression that it wasn't anything serious and that he had returned to training along with Trezeguet and Tudor.
 

Juventino

Senior Member
Jul 27, 2002
1,015
#15
++ [ originally posted by Don Bes ] ++
isnt Djurgarden the team that has issakson?
they had him! not anymore!

I was fallowing the draw live and as Juventus name came I was
just holding my breath to hear Djurgården and the other teams name...

When I heard it, damn my hands were shaking, my heart beating like
crazy!!!

I just hope Djurgården win their game!!!
and then it will be FORZAAAAAAAAA JUVE in Råsunda!!!!!
 

Arttk

Junior Member
Jul 30, 2004
222
#16
Hi , first time poster here ~

I am a huge juve fan and i am currently in copenhagen for work for the next 3 months or so. So i was wondering if juve were to face Djurgarden, how long does it take to go from copenhagen to Djurgarden ? Thx~
 

kaizer

Senior Member
Nov 1, 2003
2,973
#19
++ [ originally posted by Arttk ] ++
Hi , first time poster here ~

I am a huge juve fan and i am currently in copenhagen for work for the next 3 months or so. So i was wondering if juve were to face Djurgarden, how long does it take to go from copenhagen to Djurgarden ? Thx~
hiya Arttk, welcome to the forums m8.
 

kweku

Junior Member
Jul 20, 2002
167
#20
++ [ originally posted by Arttk ] ++
Hi , first time poster here ~

I am a huge juve fan and i am currently in copenhagen for work for the next 3 months or so. So i was wondering if juve were to face Djurgarden, how long does it take to go from copenhagen to Djurgarden ? Thx~
If you fly it should take you about 1 hour or 1hour and 30 minutes to get to Stockholm
 

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