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    Predefinito Ci si lamenta di Galliani, ma allora che dire dell'UEFA?

    Spanish clubs' games go ahead
    Thursday, 11 March 2004
    Tonight's UEFA Cup fourth round first-leg matches involving Spanish teams will go ahead as scheduled in the wake of this morning's bomb attacks in Madrid.

    Black armbands
    UEFA said that players in the matches featuring the four Spanish clubs would wear black armbands, and that a minute's silence would be observed before the games as a mark of respect for the victims of the bomb attacks.

    Four clubs
    RCD Mallorca are away to Newcastle United FC in England, FC Barcelona travel to Celtic FC in Scotland, and Valencia CF play in Turkey against Gençlerbirligi SK. The fourth Spanish team, Villareal CF, are at home to AS Roma.

    UEFA statement
    A UEFA statement said: "UEFA has today confirmed that all of the UEFA Cup fourth round first-leg matches scheduled for tonight will go ahead as planned.

    Close contact
    "Following the news of the tragic events that unfolded this morning in Madrid, UEFA has been in close contact with the Spanish Football Association regarding the matches of the Spanish teams involved in the competition. After consultations with the Spanish government via the Spanish FA, UEFA concluded that the matches involving Spanish clubs should go ahead as originally scheduled.

    Four matches
    "The matches played tonight involving the Spanish teams will start with a minute of silence in respect of the victims of the bombings and the players will wear black armbands."

    'Tragic events'
    UEFA Chief Executive Lars-Christer Olsson said: "The events of this morning are tragic and shocking, and on behalf of UEFA I would like to offer our sincere condolences to all those individuals and families involved. Our thoughts and hearts are with the victims of these dreadful attacks at this time.

    Fair play and respect
    "By playing the games tonight under these difficult circumstances, we hope to show to the world the true spirit of fair play and respect in football."

    Non hanno imparato nulla dal 11/9?

    Cordiali Saluti
    E voi tutti, o Celesti, ah! concedete,
    Che di me degno un dì questo mio figlio
    Sia spendor della patria, e de Troiani
    Forte e possente regnator. Deh! fate
    Che il veggendo tornar dalla battaglia
    Dell'armi onusto de' nemici uccisi,
    Dica talun: NON FU SI' FORTE IL PADRE:
    E il cor materno nell'udirlo esulti.

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    Predefinito Re: Ci si lamenta di Galliani, ma allora che dire dell'UEFA?

    Originally posted by locke
    Spanish clubs' games go ahead
    Thursday, 11 March 2004
    Tonight's UEFA Cup fourth round first-leg matches involving Spanish teams will go ahead as scheduled in the wake of this morning's bomb attacks in Madrid.

    Black armbands
    UEFA said that players in the matches featuring the four Spanish clubs would wear black armbands, and that a minute's silence would be observed before the games as a mark of respect for the victims of the bomb attacks.

    Four clubs
    RCD Mallorca are away to Newcastle United FC in England, FC Barcelona travel to Celtic FC in Scotland, and Valencia CF play in Turkey against Gençlerbirligi SK. The fourth Spanish team, Villareal CF, are at home to AS Roma.

    UEFA statement
    A UEFA statement said: "UEFA has today confirmed that all of the UEFA Cup fourth round first-leg matches scheduled for tonight will go ahead as planned.

    Close contact
    "Following the news of the tragic events that unfolded this morning in Madrid, UEFA has been in close contact with the Spanish Football Association regarding the matches of the Spanish teams involved in the competition. After consultations with the Spanish government via the Spanish FA, UEFA concluded that the matches involving Spanish clubs should go ahead as originally scheduled.

    Four matches
    "The matches played tonight involving the Spanish teams will start with a minute of silence in respect of the victims of the bombings and the players will wear black armbands."

    'Tragic events'
    UEFA Chief Executive Lars-Christer Olsson said: "The events of this morning are tragic and shocking, and on behalf of UEFA I would like to offer our sincere condolences to all those individuals and families involved. Our thoughts and hearts are with the victims of these dreadful attacks at this time.

    Fair play and respect
    "By playing the games tonight under these difficult circumstances, we hope to show to the world the true spirit of fair play and respect in football."

    Non hanno imparato nulla dal 11/9?

    Cordiali Saluti
    evidetemente no, ricordo ancora Galatassaray-Lazio giocata la sera dell'11/09 con i fischi dei turchi durante il minuto di silenzio, sono cose che mi fanno venir voglia di seguire solo il calcio dilettantistico.



    "By playing the games tonight under these difficult circumstances, we hope to show to the world the true spirit of MONEY."

    ecco cosa volevano dire l'UEFA e Festergalliani
    non è bello ciò che è bellico, ma è bello ciò che è pace

 

 

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