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This day in history of Ronaldo



Makelele vuelve a faltar al entrenamiento, mientras que Figo, con molestias físicas, trabaja en solitario


Intensa sesión matinal en la Ciudad Deportiva

Вальдано отвечает на просьбу Кейроша

"Челси" хочет купить Макелеле

Морьентес решил остаться

«Реал» получит новый стадион к сентябрю

«МЮ» интересуется Сальгадо

Макелеле дал согласие на переход в "Челси"

Дирижер королевского оркестра

Роналдо в форме!


Photos: Owen & Real Madrid

Governo levará presentes ao Haiti para "Jogo da Paz"

Michael Owen é o novo "Galáctico" do Real Madrid

Parreira convoca mais seis jogadores para jogo no Haiti

Ronaldinho Gaúcho quase é barrado em Cardiff

Brasileiras jogam bem mas perdem para as americanas



Michael Owen ya es jugador del Real Madrid

"Реал" подтвердил покупку Оуэна

Майкл Оуен уже является игроком "Реал Мадрид"

Паррейра пригласил еще шесть игроков для игры на Гаити

Американские футболистки обыграли Бразилию в Афинах

Michael Owen factbox

Real Madrid finally announce Owen's arrival

Owen given Real appetite as Di Stefano hands over number 11 shirt


F. Puskas 1:3 Real Madrid. Estadisticas

Ronaldo marca em jogo de homenagem a Puskas

F. Puskas 1:3 Real Madrid. Estadisticas


Сборная Венгрии - "Реал" 1:3. Egészségdre Ferenc Puskas!

Отчет о матче

F. Puskas 1:3 Real Madrid. Statistics

Real Madrid beats Hungarian select side


Foto: tutti pronti tranne Ronaldo

Fitas de Ronaldo inspiram Adriano

Capello: "Ronaldo é o melhor que já treinei"


Tutti pronti tranne Ronaldo

All'Inter il Trofeo Tim, battuta ai rigori la Juve e 1-0 il Milan

Интересные факты о стадионах

Футбол как национальная идеология

Капелло: "Роналдо - лучший из всех, кого тренировал"

"Интер" выиграл турнир Trofeo Tim

Ronaldo bounces back from injury for first match


Анализ группового турнира футбольной Олимпиады


Ausência de Ronaldo é festejada por atacante do Atlético-MG

Fernandinho sonha em fazer dupla de ataque com Ronaldo


O drama de Ronaldo: do Fenômeno à guerra contra a balança

Роналдо пропустит матч с «Аваи» из-за проблем с лишним весом


Сборная Бразилия испугалась сборных Италии и Испании


Ronaldinho fue operado de los dientes

Пьер-Эмерик Обамеянг: «Роналдо изменил футбол. Тот, что бразилец, а не португалец»



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Portugal have the edge for double first final

However things turn out in this most unexpected of European Championship finals, the night will end with at least a couple of pieces of history being made.

Regardless of whether it is in Portugal or Greece that a night of raucous celebration is getting underway, deep in the bowels of the beautifully reconstructed Stadium of Light the name of a new country will be inscribed on the Henri Delaunay trophy.

The Soviet Union (1960), Spain (1964), Italy (1968), West Germany (1972, 1980, 1996 as Germany), Czechoslovakia (1976), France (1984, 2000), the Netherlands (1988) and Denmark (1992) are already there.

Whether it is the hosts or Greece who join them will depend on the work of two men who, beyond the occasional holiday, had virtually no contact with the two countries when the last Euro finals were being played four years ago.

Greece's German coach Otto Rehhagel and Luiz Felipe Scolari, the Brazilian in charge of Portugal, are engaged in their own private battle to become the first foreigner to mastermind the capture of Europe's biggest prize.

For both of them, the rewards for victory will extend beyond the eternal gratitude of their adopted nations.

In Rehhagel's case, it could be his ticket back to Germany as the successor to Rudi Voller, who stepped down as coach of the national team in the wake of their first round exit here.

For Scolari, the man who led Brazil to their fifth World Cup in Japan and South Korea two years ago, there is the prospect of becoming the first man to lift world and European titles with different countries, substantially enhancing his coaching credentials in the process.

Those who suggest that coaching Brazil is simply a matter of making sure Ronaldo and co. get on the team bus with a full set of matching socks will have difficulty sustaining their argument if Scolari does deliver Portugal's first major international trophy.

It is for that reason that Scolari admits that winning on Sunday would mean even more to him than his triumph in Yokohama two years ago.

"Brazil had already won four World Cups," he said. "Portugal have never even reached a final before, so I think this is more important, for my CV certainly."

On paper, Scolari's future job prospects should be enhanced by a Portugal victory.

The Portugal that outclassed the Netherlands in the semi-final was a considerably more threatening animal than the one that tamely surrendered to the Greeks in a 2-1 defeat in the opening match.

With every match they have played here, Scolari's side have got stronger while, for all their admirable work-rate and organisation, Rehhagel's side have also enjoyed more than their fair share of luck on their way to the final.

After squeezing through their group by the narrowest of margins, Greece were fortunate to come up against an almost unbelievably listless France in their quarter-final.

The pattern of their extra-time victory over the Czech Republic in Thursday's semi-final would also surely have been different if Pavel Nedved had not been forced from the field in the first half, at a time when the Czechs had the Greeks on the rack.

Rehhagel deservedly took much of the credit for both the quarter and semi-final wins after getting his tactics exactly right, most notably by deploying man markers to nullify the threat posed by France's Thierry Henry and the Czech danger man Milan Baros.

It is not however a trick that will be easily repeated against Portugal, whose attacking threat depends largely on the ability of their wingers to go past defenders with the ball. No marker, no matter how good their concentration, is likely to stop Luis Figo or Cristiano Ronaldo for a full 90 minutes.

Portugal will almost certainly have their chances. The key to realising the country's long cherished dream of victory is likely to be whether they can take them.


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Роналдо - 41 лет. Гражданство: Бразилия. - Двукратный чемпион мира - 1994, 2002; - Двукратный чемпион Испании - 2003, 2006.
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