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Hola, ¿te gusta el fútbol? ¿Y la cantera? ¿Te quedas enganchado viendo los partidos del Europeo Sub-17 y Sub-19 por Eurosport? ¿O los torneos alevines de Canal+? Pues este es tu blog. Aquí vas a descubrir las entrañas del fútbol, aquel en el que los jugadores empiezan a ser eso, jugadores. Una pasión que cada vez atrae a más gente. Espero que a ti también.

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miércoles, 01 enero 2014

Por Aritz Gabilondo

Calendario futbolístico mundial en 2014

ENERO

Copinha (3 de enero al 25 de enero): Santos defiende título en el torneo juvenil más prestigioso de Brasil. De él salieron últimamente Neymar, Ganso, Lucas Moura, Marquinhos, Neílton... Un lujo para los buenos aficionados al fútbol.

 

Copa Libertadores (28 de enero al 13 de agosto): la mejor competición internacional de clubes de Sudamérica echa a rodar con Atlético Mineiro como actual campeón. San Lorenzo, Vélez, Newell's, Atlético Mineiro, Cruzeiro o León dan brillo a un torneo siempre espectacular.

 

FEBRERO

Champions Asiática (2 de febrero al 15 de noviembre): Guangzhou es el campeón asiático y defenderá corona en un largo recorrido hacia la final. Además del conjunto chino que dirige Marcelo Lippi, los japoneses, saudíes y surcoreanos serán los grandes favoritos.

 

Champions Africana (7 de febrero al 15 de noviembre): el dominio actual es para el Al-Ahly egipcio, campeón de la última edición. Los tunecinos de Sfaxien y Esperance, los sudaneses de Al Hilal y los congoleños de Mazembe son otros de los principales candidatos.

Platini

 

Sorteo fase previa Eurocopa 2016 (23 de febrero): las diferentes selecciones europeas conocerán los grupos para la fase previa de la Eurocopa de Francia de 2016 en un sorteo que se celebrará en Niza a finales de febrero y en el que España, entre otras, será cabeza de serie.

 

ABRIL

Final a cuatro de la Youth League (11 al 14 de abril): la sede de la UEFA en Nyon acogerá la final a cuatro (semifinales y final) de la Champions de juveniles. Los cuatro representantes españoles -Madrid, Barça, Atlético y Real Sociedad- aún aspiran a ser campeones.

 

MAYO

Europeo Sub-17 (9 al 21 de mayo): España lleva ya tres temporadas consecutivas sin ir a este prestigioso torneo que reúne a los mejores talentos continentales. La cita será en Malta y se espera de nuevo a lo más granado del fútbol base. Aún hay que clasificarse.

 

Final de la Europa League (14 de mayo): el estadio de la Juventus, en Turín, será escenario de la final del torneo. Valencia, Betis y Sevilla mantienen sus esperanzas de levantar un trofeo por el que también pelean la Juve y el Nápoles tras caer de la Champions.

 

Oceánico Sub-19 (22 al 30 de mayo): aún no hay sede para el segundo torneo en relevancia en Oceania a nivel de selecciones. Al estar clasificada Nueva Zelanda como anfitriona para el Mundial Sub-20 de 2015, es una oportunidad para que se clasifique una más entre el resto.

 

ABRIL

Final de la Copa del Rey (19 de abril): la victoria del Atlético en el Bernabéu el año pasado fue tan sonada que repetir hazaña es el objetivo de cualquiera de los que se mantiene aún con vida. Además del Atlético, llegarán seguro muy lejos el Barça y el Madrid.

 

MAYO

Final de la Champions League (24 de mayo): el objetivo principal de los grandes clubes de Europa. El Bayern será el rival a batir, con Barça, Madrid, Atlético, Dortmund, PSG y los equipos ingleses al acecho. Cualquier final que resulte será muy atractiva.

 

JUNIO-JULIOBrasil

Mundial (12 de junio al 13 de julio): el acontecimiento futbolístico del año. Brasil centrará la atención de los aficionados con un torneo entre las mejores selecciones del mundo. Los anfitriones, los campeones España y muchos otros querrán el título más preciado posible.

 

Europeo Sub-19 (19 al 31 de julio): Europa reparte las seis plazas para el Mundial Sub-20 del año siguiente mediante este torneo que se celebra en Hungría. Serbia defiende título y España debe aún clasificarse en un duro grupo en el que también está Alemania. Fundamental quedar como primeros de grupo entonces.

 

AGOSTO

Supercopa de Europa (12 de agosto): será en el estadio Cardiff City de la capital galesa. Medirá al campeón de la Champions con el de la Europa League. Este curso la victoria fue para el Bayern en un agónico final por penaltis ante el Chelsea. Partido siempre atractivo.

 

OCTUBRE

Playoff Eurocopa Sub-21 (8 y 14 de octubre): eliminatoria a ida y vuelta importantísima para el devenir del fútbol español en los JJ OO de Río 2016. España deberá medirse a otra primera de grupo para meterse en la Euro de 2015, donde se reparten las plazas olímpicas europeas.

 

Asiático Sub-19 (9 al 23 de octubre): será en Myanmar y supone uno de los torneos con más relevancia internacional en Asia. Corea del Sur se llevó el título hace dos años y cada vez hay más nivel y más interés en Europa. Los cuatro primeros se clasifican para el Mundial Sub-20.

 

SEPTIEMBRE

Asiático Sub-16 (6 al 20 de septiembre): el hermano menor del Sub-19 se celebrará apenas un par de semanas después en Tailandia. Uzbekistán defiende título tras lograr el anterior en Irán tras batir a Japón. Los cuatro primeros obtienen plaza para el Mundial Sub-17 2015.

Bayern

 

DICIEMBRE

Mundial de Clubes (del 10 al 20 de diciembre): después de disputarse en Marruecos por primera vez y ver cómo el Bayern se imponía con suficiencia, el torneo entre los campeones de las diferentes confederaciones volverá a suelo marroquí. Será a final de año.  

 

Archivado en Asiático Sub-16 , Asíatico Sub-19 , ENGLISH VERSION , Europeo Sub-17 , Europeo Sub-19 , UEFA Youth League

viernes, 15 julio 2011

Por Aritz Gabilondo

(English Version) Spain U20 in the World Cup: player by player

Spain has started today his camp stage for the U20 World Cup that began on July 29 in Colombia. There La Rojita will meet Costa Rica, Ecuador and Australia and the national team will carry out great part of his preparation in Colombian lands. To adapt to the height is one of Lopetegui's principal aims. On July 24 the Spanish team will play a friendly match in Perú that will be the only one previous test. This is the player by player analysis of the team:

 

Álex (Zaragoza)

Indisputable in the lineup, the national team has given him the confidence that it did not obtain in Barcelona and that drive him to Zaragoza’s reserve team. He is high, but without excessive corpulence, insurance and normally decisive. It is important that it keeps the confidence.

 

Aitor Fernandez (Athletic)

Habitual member in this generation 91, already was in the European Sub-19 last year as substitute of Álex. When he has played it has done it with guarantees. He is a goalkeeper of reflections and agility. Athletic coaches have a lot of confidence in him.

 

Fernando Pacheco (Madrid)

Goalkeeper of Real Madrid’s youth team on past season. He has been training with Mourinho's first team in numerous occasions, which indicates the faith that the white club has put in him. His year has been very good and he is regular enough. He will be the third goalkeeper.

 

Montoya (Barcelona)

Right back with a lot of projection, he is the only one that was European champion with U21 team in Denmark past June. It has already made début with Barcelona, it was fantastic with the reserves team in Segunda División and many clubs –spanish and foreigners- have been interested for him.

 

Marc Bartra (Barcelona)

Another one that already knows what it is feels in Guardiola's team. Elegant centre back with the ball, gleaned and of great stride when it rises to the attack, powerfully in fouls and head actions, we have seen him even as right back. He is a marvel.

 

Pulido (Atlético)

Centre back of guarantees, simple but also decisive and sober, he will begin in the lineup because of his great conditions being U17 and U19. Member already of the first team of Atlético, it finished in the lineups the past campaign. He is a life insurance.

 

Amat (Espanyol)

Pochettino gave him confidence the past campaign and the centre back of Espanyol expired in his Primera debut. He is fast and intuitive, though still he commits small failures because of his age. He has made the jump from the U19 and it will fight for a place in the lineup with Pulido.

 

Muniesa (Barcelona)

He has also made début with the first team of Barça. Left-footed, he began his career centre bak because of his notable quality, but one knee injury stopped his progression and when he returned was like a left back of guarantees and force in attack.

 

Luna (Sevilla)

His loan the past season to Almería was perfect, since he played a lot and gave a performance more than acceptable as left back. Sevilla knows that it has a very valued good with him. At first he parts in the lineup, but he will have a hard competition with Muniesa.

 

Oriol Romeu (Barcelona)

A bulldozer in the midfield. He fights, presses and steals as that any more, but he is not exempt from talent. His previous tournaments with Spain have been exhibitions. He has been a time stopped by an injury. Guardiola also has made him make début with the first team.

 

Koke (Atlético)

The great irruption of Atlético roots the past season, Quique used him as false left wing. His position is not that, he is a defensive midfielder of great physical deployment, in spite of not being very high. He will fight with Oriol Romeu for a place in the team.

 

Recio (Malaga)

One of Pellegrini's invention the past season in Málaga. The Chilean gave confidence to this midfielder and immediately he met a player of good deployment, capacity of work and arrival to the opposite area. A player tactically very tanned.

 

Sergi Roberto (Barcelona)

He played as substitute in Champions's semi-finals in Bernabéu, which it means that exists confidence in his qualities. It is elegant, talented, clean. It has vision of game, combination capacity and a surprising change of speed with which to break lines. He is a great creative midfielder.

 

Isco (Málaga)

The different player of the team, one astonishes just to see him to play, capablly of doing fantastic things in the midfield. It has just signed for Málaga proceeding from Valencia with a cost of 6 Euros millions. With the national team always he has given good results, the last time with the U19.

 

Canales (Madrid)

Left-footed of enormous quality and vision of game, midfielder with aptitude to move all the team, it crosses for difficult moments because of the small confidence that Mourinho has had in him since he was coming to Madrid. In Racing and in with Spain he left his better matches.

 

Tello (Barcelona)

Offensive winger, was formed in Barcelona but his jump to the professionalism in Espanyol. Nevertheless, he returned the past summer to the club culé and answered with a great year in second division. He was the goal scorer in the U20 friendly match against Italy (0-1), the only one till now.

 

Kiko Femenía (Barcelona)

He has just been signed by Barcelona, though presumably to play in second team. Right wing of great imbalance, he left big details with Hercules the past campaign, though finally it could not avoid the relegation. A dagger for the right flank.

 

Ezequiel (Betis)

His great explosion took place in the European U19 of last year, when it scored against Italy a penalty goal with the supported foot that he itself baptized as Ezequinha. He helped Betis in its return to Primera. A capable and very direct winger.

 

Pacheco (Liverpool)

He appeared very young as forward. Barça signed it of Málaga, but being still a cadet he left to Liverpool. In Anfield he has not had continuity and his loan to Norwich came very well for him. He was top scorer of the European U19, already playing as left winger.

 

Rodrigo (Benfica)

He is the reference in attack. Born in Brazil, he astonished two years ago in Real Madrid’s second team and he was transfered to Benfica, which it loaned to Bolton. In Premier League has won physical skills and corpulence, which adds to his good movements and his great left-foot one.

 

Álvaro Vázquez (Espanyol)

His first matches with Espanyol in the elite have served to verify that he is capable forward with quality and scorer ambitions. He can be a revulsive for the second times or an option even for wings in case of a more offensive variant.

 

Archivado en ENGLISH VERSION , Mundial Sub-20 , Selección Sub-20

jueves, 26 mayo 2011

Por Aritz Gabilondo

(English Version) Spain U21: with Azpilicueta but without Busquets, Canales or any Madrid player

Luis Milla has named his 23 players for the European U21 Championship in Denmark from June 11 to June 25 where Spain will look for a place in the Olympic Games. The coach keeps the team that so good performance gave in the last part of the qualification phase and also he will be able to possess finally the Barça right back Martin Montoya, for whom it has waited until the last hour because of his fracture of clavicle. Also it is important the presence of Azpilicueta, the captain of this team, who has remained almost six months away from the fields becouse of the serious knee injury produced with his club, Olimpique Marseille. Other names that have found a place in the list have been goalkeeper Rubén Miño, right winger Jeffren and left back José Ángel, near closing his signing for Barça.

 

Finally, Sergio Busquets will not be in Denmark and he has been named once again by Del Bosque for the senior team. His presence has been valued until the last hour and he was part of the previous list of 40 inscribed players. Nevertheless, all the parts has been decided that it should not come to Denmark and should rest this summer. Neither is the Real Madrid player Sergio Canales, like in the last matches, which means that there is not even one only player of Madrid between the chosen ones. Also names like Fontàs, Mario Gaspar, Jordi Alba or Joel are the most importante absences. The team will star on May 31, will travel to Soria to dispute a friendly before Russia on June 5 and will arrive definitively Denmark on 8th. This one is the entire list of Milla:

 

ATHLETIC CLUB:   Mikel San José Domínguez, Iker Muniain Goñi y Javier Martinez Aguinaga

 

CLUB ATLÉTICO DE MADRID SAD:   David De Gea Quintana y Álvaro Domínguez Soto

 

FC BARCELONA:  Bojan Krkic Pérez, Thiago Alcántara Do Nascimento, Rubén Miño Peralta, Martín Montoya i Torralbo y Jeffren Suarez Bermúdez

 

RC DEPORTIVO DE LA CORUÑA SAD: Adrián López Álvarez y Rubén Pérez del Mármol

 

SSC NAPOLI: Víctor Ruiz Torre

 

GETAFE CF SAD:  Daniel Parejo Muñoz

 

AC MILAN: Didac Vila Roselló

 

RCD MALLORCA SAD: Emilio Nsue López

 

OLYMPIQUE DE MARSELLA: Cesar Azpilicueta Tanco

 

SEVILLA FC SAD: Diego Capel Trinidad

 

REAL SPORTING DE GIJÓN SAD: Alberto Botia Rabasco y Jose Ángel Valdés Díaz

 

VALENCIA CF SAD:  Juan Mata García

  

VILLARREAL CF SAD:    Diego Mariño Villar

 

REAL ZARAGOZA SAD:  Ander Herrera Agüera

Archivado en ENGLISH VERSION , Eurocopa Sub-21 , Selección Sub-21

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