Flamengo To Sign Juventus' Olivera (1 Viewer)

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
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#61
++ [ originally posted by mark77 ] ++
According to calciomercato.com and gazzetta.it, Ruben Olivera is loaned to Atletico-Madrid until June 2004.

I guess we'll get Blasi back if his sentence is reduced.
great news... let this guy get some real action...

i'm glad it's a loan.
 

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The Grimreaper
Jul 12, 2002
12,382
#62
La Juventus anuncia la cesión de Olivera al Atlético de Madrid
El uruguayo Rubén Olivera ha sido cedido por la Juventus al Atlético de Madrid, por lo que queda de temporada, según informó a Efe el club italiano. La cesión, según la misma fuente, es gratuita y dentro del deseo de la Juventus de permitir a Olivera disponer de minutos de juego, algo de lo que no disfruta en el equipo turinés.

Olivera, nacido el 4 de mayo de 1983 en Montevideo, llegó a la Juventus en agosto de 2002 procedente del Danubio. Centrocampista de buenas dotes técnicas, es internacional con la selección absoluta de Uruguay.

Desde su llegada al fútbol italiano, Olivera ha jugado con asiduidad sólo en el equipo juvenil del Juventus, pero apenas ha aparecido en partidos oficiales con el primer equipo. Así, en la temporada 2002-03, su primera como juventino, sólo sumó tres apariciones en el campeonato italiano, dos en la Copa de Italia y otras dos en competiciones europeas, con pocos minutos.

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Its says that Juve loan Olivera to Atletico, and its from marca.com
 

Amr

Senior Member
Dec 25, 2003
3,465
#63
IMO Olivera didn't take his chance in the Bianconeri,i think he is a talented Player,just needs time. :)
 

Sarah_old

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Jul 30, 2002
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#66
ATLETICO LAND JUVE LAD ON LOAN
Atletico Madrid have strengthened their squad after snapping up Juventus midfielder Ruben Olivera on loan until the end of the season.

The 20-year-old Uruguayan usually plays in an advanced role behind the strikers and Atletico see him as a way to complement attacking pair of Fernando Torres and Demis Nikolaidis as well as lending support to Ariel Ibagaza.

Olivera has struggled for opportunities with the Italian giants since joining their first team squad at the start of the 2002-2003 season.

The winter transfer window closes in Spain on February 2 and Olivera, who will be officially presented to the press and supporters on the same day, is Atletico's second winter signing.

Last week the club signed goalkeeper Sergio Aragoneses from local Second Division side Getafe.

-Sporting Life
 

Trezeguet_FC

Senior Member
Mar 26, 2003
1,888
#69
thats the best transfer (loan) we have done in a while. I hope he gets a spot in the Madrid based team and gains experience. Just hope, he is truly a great talent and comes back to juve soon.
 

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