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piotrr

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Sep 13, 2011
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uefa.com said:
The UEFA Youth League is the first youth competition at club level and has been established following requests made by clubs via the European Club Association. The 2013/14 season is its first edition.

Group stage
Access to the competition is reserved for the youth teams of the 32 participating clubs in the UEFA Champions League group stage. The teams will play a group phase with the same group composition and similar calendar as the UEFA Champions League.

Knockout rounds and final
The knockout phase will be of single-leg ties, meaning maximum total of ten matches for any team, with the semi-finals and final played in the form of a final tournament at a neutral venue. There will be no third-place play-off game.



uefa.com said:
The group stage of the inaugural edition of the UEFA Youth League will parallel that of the UEFA Champions League after 32 clubs confirmed their involvement in the U19 competition.

The 32 clubs who feature in this season's UEFA Champions League will have the chance to test their young players in the UEFA Youth League after last night's final five qualifiers confirmed the lineup for the inaugural edition of the Under-19 club competition.

The UEFA Youth League will give the talents of tomorrow an opportunity to gain international experience at club level, with UEFA long having organised successful youth tournaments for international teams.

UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino expects the competition to play a major role in the development of the participants. "One of the key objectives of the UEFA Youth League, especially for the clubs and for us as competition organisers, is to help players get additional experience which will help them to bridge the gap to their first team," he said.

"It is an objective of UEFA and of European football to form and train players, so this competition is also focusing on locally trained players, on club academies, on the development of players."

The group stage of the UEFA Youth League will parallel that of the UEFA Champions League before a 'Road to the Final' concept comes into play for the knockout phase.

The draws for all the knockout rounds – all of which are single matches rather than being played over two legs – will take place on 13 December, and will work like this:

Round of 16
Group winners v group runners-up
Group winners play at home
Country protection
Group protection

Quarter-finals
Open draw
Home team determined by draw

Semi-finals and final (Colovray Stadium, Nyon)
The winners of the two semi-finals, to be played on Friday 11 April, opposite UEFA's Swiss headquarters, will meet in the final on Monday 14 April for the right to become the first winners of the Lennart Johansson Trophy, named after UEFA's honorary president.

Note: All knockout ties will go straight to penalties at full time (no extra time).


FORZA JUVE ! :juventus:
 
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Primavera boss Andrea Zanchetta has revealed the names of the 20 youngsters who will be making the trip to Copenhagen ahead of his side’s debut in the Youth League on Tuesday at 15.00 CET.
The competition is an accompanying tournament to the Champions League exclusively for Under 19s, and since only footballers born after 1995 are eligible, Zanchetta has been forced to leave behind key members of the team Joel Untersee and Simone Emmanuello.
The full squad list, with positions and shirt numbers, is as follows:
2 Bertinetti (defender)*
3 Marin (defender)
4 Garcia Tena (defender)
6 Sakor (midfielder)
7 Tavanti (defender)*
9 Marzouk (forward)
10 Gerbaudo (midfielder)*
11 Ceria (midfielder)*
14 Cevallos (midfielder)
15 Curti Nicolò (defender)
17 Di Benedetto (forward)*
19 Donis (forward)
21 Mattiello (midfielder)*
22 Audero (goalkeeper)*
23 Varga (defender)
24 Roussos (midfielder)
26 Soumah (forward)
27 Curti Alessandro (midfielder)*
28 Barberis (forward)*
30 Elezaj (goalkeeper)*


Game is today, 15 CET
 

Mark

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Dec 19, 2003
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can't find a stream for this game.

Juve up 2-1

Garcia and Sakor.

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Audero magical out there it seems.

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Roussos sent off. :mad:
 
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piotrr

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Juve - Galata 3-1 (Marzouk, Gerbaudo, Soumah)




Real leading 1-0 (HT) with FCK but Madrid player received red card.

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Our game was played in Stadio Gino Pistoni in Ivrea, 50 km from Turin.

Juventus (3-5-2): Audero - Garcia, Romagna, Curti - Tavanti, Slivka (78' Cevallos), Sakor (67' Hromada), Gerbaudo, Ceria - Marzouk, Soumah
Bench: Elezaj, Bertinetti, Marin, Penna

goals: 48' Marzouk (assist- Soumah), 65' Gerbaudo (assist - Marzouk), 79' Soumah (assist -Tavanti)

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Real - FCK 1-1 :weee:

Top of the table :klin:



City- Bayern 6-0 :lol:
 

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