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03-14-2009, 01:03 PM
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Nice game for Buharov. He's turning into a good striker.

I still don't think Rubin will repeat. I think Russia's top team is CSKA.

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03-14-2009, 05:06 PM
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Dinamo was an inferior team the whole game, they are very lucky to win, the header by Kerzhakov was perfect though, Zhevnov stretched pretty good and still didn't get to it. We (Rostov) are extremely lucky to tie (two goals by Amkar were disallowed, deservedly but still). Lokomotiv is pathetic, with such a great roster, they performed horribly.

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03-14-2009, 05:07 PM
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Nice game for Buharov. He's turning into a good striker.

I still don't think Rubin will repeat. I think Russia's top team is CSKA.
if not the injury in the beginning of last years season, he'd be on NT already. Promissing kid, possible upgrade over Pogreb.

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03-14-2009, 06:27 PM
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Dinamo was an inferior team the whole game, they are very lucky to win, the header by Kerzhakov was perfect though, Zhevnov stretched pretty good and still didn't get to it. We (Rostov) are extremely lucky to tie (two goals by Amkar were disallowed, deservedly but still). Lokomotiv is pathetic, with such a great roster, they performed horribly.
Yeah, Loko has 3 of the biggest underachievers in Russia (Sychev, Billya and Torbinsky).

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03-14-2009, 07:50 PM
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Awesome Arshavin goal.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cs-lQlHME14

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03-15-2009, 07:57 AM
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Classic Encounter between Spartak and Zenit.

Who is that great Loko roster? 2nd rate imports and Russian underachievers?

Kazan looking very strong so far let's see Cska now...

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03-15-2009, 10:24 AM
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CSKA looked good.

Schennikov especially was impressive. He's very comfortable starting an attack from his flank and is a very accurate passer.

Dzagoev with a very nice goal, although I didn't think he had a great game.

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03-15-2009, 10:29 AM
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Very Impressive Cska with 8 Russians/11...

What are clubs like Saturn thinking bringing 3rd rate imports like Angbwa???????? I understand good brazilians but please...

Cska-Kazan so far the teams to beat while Zenit lacks up front...

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03-16-2009, 12:24 AM
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Confirmed Notable Transfers

IN
1. Fernando Meira (Portugal) from Galatasaray to Zenit
2. Alex (Brazil) from Internacional to Spartak
3. Daniel Carvalho (Brazil) from Internacional to CSKA [RETURN]
4. Rafael Carioca (Brazil) from Grêmio to Spartak
5. TomᚠNecid (Czech Republic) from Slavia Praha to CSKA
6. Szabolcs Huszti (Hungary) from Hannover 96 to Zenit
7. Adrian Ropotan (Romania) from Dinamo Bucureşti to Dinamo
8. Ouwo Moussa Maazou (Niger) from KSC Lokeren to CSKA
9. César Navas (Spain) from Racing Santander to Rubin
10. Baye Djiby Fall (Senegal) from Odense Boldklub to Lokomotiv
11. Anri Khagush (Russia) from BATE Borisov/Rubin to Kuban
12. Blagoy Georgiev (Bulgaria) from Slavia Sofia to Terek
13. Viktor Budyanskiy (Russia) from Lecce/Udinese to Khimki [LOAN]
14. Marco Né (Côte d'Ivoire) from Germinal Beerschot to Kuban
15. Arthuro (Brazil) from Steaua Bucureşti to Terek
16. Cléber (Brazil) from Wisła Kraków to Terek
17. Sani Kaita (Nigeria) from AS Monaco to Kuban [LOAN]
18. Dušan Anđelković (Serbia) from Kocaelispor to Rostov
19. Jean Carlos (Brazil) from Levski Sofia to Amkar
20. William Boaventura (Brazil) from Metalurh Donetsk to Kuban [LOAN]

Special Cases:
#. Zvonimir Vukić (Serbia) from Partizan/Shakhtar Donetsk to Moskva
(player bought last transfer window, but only registered now)
#. Edin Junuzović (Bosnia) from Rudar Velenje to Amkar
(player bought this transfer window, but not registered in time)



INTER
1. Igor Semshov (Russia) from Dinamo to Zenit
2. Alejandro Domínguez (Argentina) from Zenit to Rubin
3. Tomislav Dujmović (Croatia) from Amkar to Lokomotiv
4. Denis Boyarintsev (Russia) from Shinnik to Spartak
5. Ján Ďurica (Slovakia) from Saturn to Lokomotiv
6. Stanislav Ivanov (Moldova) and Oleg Kuzmin (Russia) from Moskva to Lokomotiv
7. Pyotr Bystrov and Vitali Kaleshin [LOAN] (both Russia) from Moskva to Rubin
8. Haminu Dramani (Ghana) and Dramane Traoré (Mali) from Lokomotiv to Kuban [LOAN]
9. Roman Shishkin (Russia) from Spartak to Krylya Sovetov [LOAN]
10. Alexander Prudnikov (Russia) from Spartak to Terek [LOAN]
11. Oleg Samsonov (Russia) from Sp. Nalchik/Zenit to Khimki [LOAN]
12. Egor Filipenko (Belarus) and Andrei Ivanov (Russia) from Spartak to Tom' [LOAN]
13. Fyodor Kudryashov and Renat Sabitov (both Russia) from Khimki to Spartak [RETURN]
14. Dmitri Borodin (Russia) from Anzhi/Zenit to Khimki [LOAN]
15. Andrei Kobenko (Russia) from Rubin to Terek
16. Martin Jakubko (Slovakia) from Khimki to Moskva
17. Leandro (Brazil) from Luch-Energiya to Sp. Nalchik
18. Veniamin Mandrykin (Russia) from Tom'/CSKA to Rostov [LOAN]
19. Roman Lengyel (Czech Republic) from Kuban to Rostov
20. Igor Lebedenko (Russia) from Saturn to Rostov



OUT
1. Andrei Arshavin (Russia) from Zenit to Arsenal
2. Yegor Titov (Russia) from Khimki to Lokomotiv Astana
3. Andrei Tikhonov (Russia) from Krylya Sovetov to Lokomotiv Astana
4. Radoslav Kováč (Czech Republic) from Spartak to West Ham United [LOAN]
5. Sergei Gurenko (Belarus) from Lokomotiv to Dinamo Minsk
6. Matthew Booth (South Africa) from Krylya Sovetov to Mamelodi Sundowns
7. Sébastien Puygrenier (France) from Zenit to Bolton Wanderers [LOAN]
8. Emir Spahić (Bosnia) from Lokomotiv to -TBD-
9. Cristian Maidana (Argentina) from Spartak to Recreativo [LOAN]
10. Maxi López (Argentina) from Moskva to Grêmio [LOAN]
11. Nastja Čeh (Slovenia) from Khimki to Panserraikos
12. Hrvoje Vejić (Croatia) from Tom' to Hajduk Split
13. Baffour Gyan and Illiasu Shilla (both Ghana) from Saturn to -TBD-
14. Cícero and Custódio (both Portugal) from Dinamo to Vitória de Guimarães
15. Dawid Janczyk (Poland) from CSKA to KSC Lokeren [LOAN]
16. Guillermo Pereyra (Argentina) from Lokomotiv to BSC Young Boys
17. Lee Ho (South Korea) from Zenit to Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma
18. Florin Şoava (Romania) from Khimki to Universitatea Craiova
19. Danielson (Brazil) from Khimki to Paços de Ferreira [LOAN]
20. Gabriel Atz (Brazil) from Khimki/Rubin to Gimnàstic de Tarragona [LOAN]



RETIRED
1. Vladislav Radimov (Russia) from Zenit
2. Alexander Gorshkov (Ukraine/Russia) from Zenit
3. Vladimir Maminov (Uzbekistan/Russia)
4. Savo Milošević (Serbia) from Rubin
5. Alexander Tochilin (Russia) from Dinamo
6. Konstantin Paramonov (Russia) from Amkar
7. Andrei Fyodorov (Uzbekistan/Russia) from Rubin
8. Radu Rebeja (Moldova) from Khimki

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03-16-2009, 08:11 AM
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Viktor Budyanskiy is an interesting case. I've never heard of him.

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03-16-2009, 08:34 AM
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Guus announces the 22-man roster for the Azerbaijan game.

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Вратари: Игорь Акинфеев (ЦСКА), Владимир Габулов («Динамо»), Вячеслав Малафеев («Зенит»).
Защитники: Александр Анюков («Зенит»), Алексей Березуцкий, Василий Березуцкий, Юрий Жирков, Сергей Игнашевич (все – ЦСКА), Денис Колодин («Динамо»), Ренат Янбаев («Локомотив»).
Полузащитники: Динияр Билялетдинов, Дмитрий Торбинский (оба – «Локомотив»), Игорь Денисов, Константин Зырянов, Игорь Семшов (все – «Зенит»), Алана Дзагоев (ЦСКА), Иван Саенко («Спартак» М), Сергей Семак («Рубин»).
Нападающие: Андрей Аршавин («Арсенал»), Роман Павлюченко («Тоттенхэм»), Павел Погребняк («Зенит»), Дмитрий Сычев («Локомотив»).
http://football.kulichki.net/rusnews/news.htm?49390

No surprises, this is our standard roster.


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03-16-2009, 09:35 AM
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Would have loved a win by spartak yesterday.

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03-16-2009, 10:02 AM
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Excellent line up apart from Saenko...watch out for Bukharov

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03-16-2009, 10:26 AM
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Before that Cska must go and progress in Donetsk this should be a cracking game.

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Excellent line up apart from Saenko...watch out for Bukharov
Yeah, Saenko isn't my favorite either.

I think the next candidate to become NT regular is Denis Glushakov.

At this point, Guus doesn't trust him enough, but I think he'll have a breakout season this year. He's a very talented player.

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03-16-2009, 11:30 AM
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Possibly but Lokomotiv is quite average lately and the Russians on that team tend to under-perform lately with club and country...I prefer the guys from Cska Zenit and Captain from Kazan as of now that's why probably Bukharov will come but not as a starter for some time though.

I hope Kolodin will finally deliver this year . Very important for Cska to progress in Europe for their many young prospects playing tough matchups more often.

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03-16-2009, 12:03 PM
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Bill and Sychev?....I don't think so!

I prefer to give a shot to Buharov and one of Kombarov brothers. Obviously they won't be playing right away, but will be soon.

Zuryanov is not playing well at all either

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03-16-2009, 12:15 PM
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Yeah, Bilya and Sychev haven't exactly lit the world on fire lately, but they belong on the NT imo. Just too talented not to be there. I'm still hoping that their best futbol is ahead.

Saenko, I think we can do without. I'm not Denisov's biggest fan either, although I think he can be a valuable sub. He can provide a lot of energy late in the game as a substitute.

I think Guus made a mistake of starting Yanbaev and Denisov vs. the Germans. That's a wrong team to experiment against. It backfired.

I mean, Denisov wasn't terrible, but he wasn't much of a factor. Yanbaev had a lot of trouble.

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03-16-2009, 12:25 PM
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At the moment the best line up would be Akinfeev/Zhirkov Ignashevich Kolodin Anyukov/ Semak Zyryanov Semshov Dzagoev Arshavin Pogrebnyak this to play the two weak teams in 2 weeks.

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Change Pog with Pav and I'll agree with you.

I would consider putting Torbinsky, so much speed and technique, but he's not very strong defensively.

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03-16-2009, 06:53 PM
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Torbinsky needs to play in Loko. He and Denisov at the moment are great late game subs but no starters...Bilya and Sychev are on the verge of dropping out of the subs bench of NT...

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Who are you going to replace them with?

There aren't many (if any) Russian players that can match Sychev's and Bilya's speed and technique.

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Speed and technique skills not used in games serves nothing. They didn't play vs. Sweden Holland etc... Dzagoev Bukharov that's 2...

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Dzagoev is already on NT and he's already higher on the depth chart.

Keep in mind, Bilya had a pretty good season at RPL last year, it just hasn't translated to the NT yet. Hopefully it will soon.

We have several young midfielders (Glushakov, Mamaev, Kombarov bros, Fayzulin, etc.) that are waiting in the wings, but I'm not sure any of them are better option then Bilya for the NT at this moment.

I'm not sure what the story with Ionov. Zenit doesn't seem to trust him.

As far as Sychev, well, he's VERY inconsistent, but when he's on, he can be great.

Our young strikers are talented, but still have ways to go.

Bukharov is taking steps forward but probably not there yet. I'm hoping Dzyuba and Prudnikov finally take steps forward in their development. Savin and Bazhenov are ok, but will probably never be stars.

Stavpetz, Minchenkov, Smolov, Kokorin and Ryzhov are all talented, but have a long way to go.

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I agree with Bilya but he must have a good season as the "leader" of Loko...

Ionov it's simple Zenit are stacked with good midfielders they should loan him.

At the moment no Spartak young guys are close...

The next is Bukharov that's for sure.

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