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ECH: The 16 teams' line-ups
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The Darklord
Today the portuguese list of the 23 that will try to win (lol) the Euro 2004 was released. So, perhaps, it would be a good idea to gather all the list of the 16 countries that will try and obtain the ECH:

PORTUGAL
GK: 1-Ricardo (Sporting/POR), 12-Quim (Sp. Braga/POR), 22-Moreira (Benfica/POR);
D: 2-Paulo Ferreira (F.C. Porto/POR), 3-Rui Jorge (Sporting/POR), 4-Jorge Andrade (Deportivo/ESP), 5-Fernando Couto (Lazio/ITA), 13-Miguel (Benfica/POR), 14-Nuno Valente (F.C. Porto/POR), 15-Beto (Sporting/POR), 16-Ricardo Carvalho (F.C. Porto/POR);
M: 6-Costinha (F.C. Porto/POR), 7-Luís Figo (Real Madrid/ESP), 8-Petit (Benfica/POR), 10-Rui Costa (Milan/ITA), 11-Simão (Benfica/POR), 17-Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United/ENG), 18-Maniche (F.C. Porto/POR), 19-Tiago (Benfica/POR),20-Deco (F.C. Porto/POR);
F: 9-Pauleta (PSG/FRA), 21-Nuno Gomes (Benfica/POR), 23-Hélder Postiga (Tottenham/ENG).

FRANCE
GK: 1-Mickaël Landreau (Nantes/FRA), 16-Fabien Barthez (Marseille/FRA), 23-Grégory Coupet (Lyon/FRA);
D: 2-Jean-Alain Boumsong (Auxerre/FRA), 3-Bixente Lizarazu (Bayern München/GER), 5-William Gallas (Chelsea/ENG), 8-Marcel Desailly (Chelsea/ENG), 13-Mikaël Silvestre (Manchester United/ENG), 15-Lilian Thuram (Juventus/ITA), 19-Willy Sagnol (Bayern München/GER);
M: 4-Patrick Vieira (Arsenal/ENG), 6-Claude Makelele (Chelsea/ENG), 7-Robert Pires (Arsenal/ENG), 10-Zinédine Zidane (Real Madrid/ESP), 11-Sylvain Wiltord (Arsenal/ENG), 14-Ludovic Giuly (Monaco/FRA), 17-Olivier Dacourt (AS Roma/ITA), 18-Benoît Pedretti (Sochaux/FRA), 22-Jérôme Rothen (Monaco/FRA);
F: 9-Louis Saha (Manchester United/ENG), 12-Thierry Henry (Arsenal/ENG), 20-David Trezeguet (Juventus/ITA), 21-Steve Marlet (Marseille/FRA)

ENGLAND
GK: David James (Manchester City/ENG), Paul Robinson (Tottenham/ENG), Ian Walker (Leicester/ENG);
D: Wayne Bridge (Chelsea/ENG), Sol Campbell (Arsenal/ENG), Jamie Carragher (Liverpool/ENG), Ashley Cole (Arsenal/ENG), Ledley King (Tottenham/ENG), Gary Neville (Manchester United/ENG), Phil Neville (Manchester United/ENG), John Terry (Chelsea/ENG);
M: David Beckham (Real Madrid/SPA), Nicky Butt (Manchester United/ENG), Joe Cole (Chelsea/ENG), Kieron Dyer (Newcastle/ENG), Steven Gerrard (Liverpool/ENG), Owen Hargreaves (Bayern München/GER), Frank Lampard (Chelsea/ENG), Paul Scholes (Manchester United/ENG);
F: Emile Heskey (Liverpool/ENG), Michael Owen (Liverpool/ENG), Wayne Rooney (Everton/ENG), Darius Vassell (Aston Villa/ENG).

DENMARK (unofficial)
GK: 1-Thomas Sorensen (Aston Villa/ENG), 16-Peter Skov-Jensen (Midtjylland/DEN), 22-Stephan Andersen (Akademisk Boldklub/DEN);
D: 3-René Henriksen (Panathinaikos/GRE), 4-Martin Laursen (Milan/ITA), 5-Niclas Jensen (Borussia Dortmund/GER), 6-Thomas Helveg (Inter/ita), 13-Per Kroldrup (Udinese/ITA), 18-Brian Priske (Genk/BEL);
M: 2-Morten Wieghorst (Brondby/DEN), 7-Thomas Gravesen (Everton/ENG), 14-Claus Jensen (Charlton/ENG), 15-Daniel Jensen (Murcia/SPA), 17-Christian Poulsen (Schalke 04/GER);
F: 8-Jesper Gronkjær (Chelsea/ENG), 9-Jon Dahl Tomasson (Milan/ITA), 10-Martin Jorgensen (Udinese/ITA), 11-Ebbe Sand (Schalke 04/GER), 19-Dennis Rommedahl (PSV Eindhoven/NED), 21-Peter Madsen (Bochum/ GER), 20-Kenneth Perez (AZ Alkmaar/NED).
(still 2 missing here)

SWEDEN
GK: Andreas Isaksson (Djurgardens/SWE), Magnus Hedman (Ancona/ITA), Magnus Kihlsedt (FC Kobenhavn/DEN);
D: Petter Hansson (Heerenveen/NED), Andreas Jakobsson (Brondby/DEN), Teddy Lucic (Bayer Leverkusen/GER), Erik Edman (Heerenveen/NED), Olof Mellberg (Aston Villa/ENG), Erik Wahlstedt (Helsinborg/SWE), Johan Mjällby (Celtic/SCO), Michael Svensson (Southampton/ENG);
M: Pontus Farnerud (Strasbourg/FRA), Fredrik Ljungberg (Arsenal/ENG), Anders Svensson (Southampton/ENG), Mikael Nilsson (Halmstads/SWE), Kim Kallström (Rennes/FRA), Anders Andersson (Benfica/POR), Tobias Linderoth (Everton/ENG), Christian Wilhelmsson (Anderlecht/BEL);
F: Henrik Larsson (Celtic/SCO), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Ajax/NED), Mattias Jonson (Brondby/DEN), Marcus Allbäck (Aston Villa/ENG).

ITALY
GK: Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus/ITA), Francesco Toldo (Inter/ITA), Angelo Peruzzi (Lazio/ITA)
D: Cristian Panucci (Roma/ITA), Alessandro Nesta (Milan/ITA), Fabio Cannavaro (Inter/ITA), Gianluca Zambrotta (Juventus/ITA), Massimo Oddo (Lazio/ITA), Matteo Ferrari (Parma/ITA), Marco Materazzi (Inter/ITA), Giuseppe Favalli (Lazio/ITA);
M: Stefano Fiore (Lazio/ITA), Simone Perrotta (Chievo/ITA), Cristiano Zanetti (Inter/ITA), Mauro Camoranes (Juventus/ITA), Gennaro Gattuso (Milan/ITA), Andrea Pirlo (Milan/ITA);
F: Christian Vieri (Inter/ITA), Francesco Totti (Roma/ITA), Alessandro Del Piero (Juventus/ITA), Bernardo Corradi (Lazio/ITA), Antonio Cassano (Roma/ITA), Marco Di Vaio (Juventus/ITA).

CROATIA (unofficial)
GK: Stipe Pletikosa (Shakhtar Donetsk/UKR), Tomislav Butina (Club Brugge/BEL), Joey Didulica (Austria Wien/AUT);
D: Dario Simic (Milan/ITA), Robert Kovac (Bayern München/GER), Igor Tudor (Juventus/ITA), Boris Zivkovic (Stuttgard/GER), Josip Simunic (Hertha Berlin/GER), Stjepan Tomas (Fenerbahçe/TUR), Mato Neretljak (Hajduk Split/CRO), Mario Tokic (GAK Graz/AUT);
M: Niko Kovac (Hertha Berlin/GER), Milan Rapaic (Ancona/ITA), Jerko Leko (Dynamo Kiev/UKR), Marko Babic (Bayer Leverkusen/GER), Darijo Srna (Shakhtar Donetsk/UKR), Nenad Bjelica (Kaiserslautern/GER), Giovanni Rosso (Maccabi Haifa/ISR), Niko Kranjcar (Dínamo Zagreb/CRO), Jasmin Agic (Dínamo Zagreb/CRO);
F: Dado Prso (Monaco/FRA), Tomo Sokota (Benfica/POR), Ivica Mornar (Portsmouth/ENG), Ivica Olic (CSKA Moscow/RUS), Ivan Klasnic (Werder Bremen/GER), Marijo Maric (Kaernten).
(from the list, 3 will be dropped out)

BULGARIA
GK: Zdravko Zdravkov (Litex Lovech/BUL), Dimitar Ivankov (Levski Sofia/BUL), Stoyan Kolev (CSKA Sofia/BUL);
D: Rosen Kirilov (Litex Lovech/BUL), Predrag Pazin (Shakhter Donetsk/UKR), Vladimir Ivanov (Lokomotiv Plovdiv/BUL), Kiril Kotev (Lokomotiv Plovdiv/BUL), Ivaylo Petkov (Fenerbahçe/TUR), Zlatomir Zagorcic (Litex Lovech/BUL), Iliyan Stoyanov (Levski Sofia/BUL);
M: Georgi Peev (Dynamo Kiev/UKR), Marian Hristov (Kaiserslautern/GER), Stilyan Petrov (Celtic/SCO) Milen Petkov (AEK/GRE), Velizar Dimitrov (CSKA Sofia/BUL);
F: Zoran Yankovic (Litex Lovech/BUL), Zdravko Lazarov (Gaziantepspor/TUR), Martin Petrov (Wolfsburg/GER), Georgi Chilikov (Levski Sofia/BUL), Dimitar Berbatov (Bayer Leverkusen/GER), Daniel Borimirov (Levski Sofia/BUL), Vladimir Manchev (Lille/FRA), Valeri Bozhinov (Lecce/ITA).

CZECK REPUBLIC (unofficial)
GK: Peter Cech (Rennes/FRA), Jaromir Blazek (Sparta/CZE), Antonin Kinsky (Ramenskoye/RUS);
D: Rene Bolf (Banik Ostrava/CZE), Zdenek Grygera (Ajax/NED), Tomas Hubschmann (Sparta/CZE), Marek Jankulovski (Udinese/ITA), Martin Jiranek (Reggina/ITA), Pavel Mares (St. Petersburg/RUS), David Rozenhal (Club Brugge/BEL), Tomas Ujfulasi (Hamburg/GER);
M: Tomas Galasek (Ajax/NED), Pavel Nedved (Juventus/ITA), Karel Poborsky (Sparta/CZE), Tomas Rosicky (Borussia Dortmund/GER), Jaroslav Plasil (Monaco/FRA), Vladimir Smicer (Liverpool/ENG), Roman Tyce (1860 München/GER), Stepan Vachousek (Marseille/FRA);
F: Milan Baros (Liverpool/ENG), Marek Heinz (Banik Ostrava/CZE), Jan Koller (Borussia Dortmund/GER), Vratislav Lokvenc (Kaiserlautern/GER), Miroslav Matusovic (Banik Ostrava/CZE).
(from the list, 1 will be dropped)

NETHERLANDS
GK: Edwin Van der Sar (Fulham/ENG), Ronald Waterreus (PSV/NED), Sander Westerveld (Real Sociedad/SPA);
D: Frank de Boer (Rangers/SCO), Wilfred Bouma (PSV/NED), Giovanni van Bronckhorst (Barcelona/SPA), Jonnhy Heitinga (Ajax/NED), Michael Reiziger (Barcelona/SPA), Jaap Stam (Lazio/ITA);
M: Mark van Bommel (PSV/NED), Philip Cocu (Barcelona/SPA), Edgar Davids (Barcelona/SPA), Clarence Seedorf (Milan/ITA), Wesley Sneijder (Ajax/NED), Rafael van der Vaart (Ajax/NED), Boudewijn Zenden (Middlesbrough/ENG);
A: Pierre van Hooijdonk (Fenerbahçe/TUR), Patrick Kluivert (Barcelona/SPA), Roy Makaay (Bayern München/GER), Andy van der Meyde (Inter/ITA), Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United/ENG), Marc Overmars (Barcelona/SPA), Arjen Robben (PSV/NED).

SPAIN
GK: Aranzubi (Athletic Bilbau/SPA), Cañizares (Valência/SPA), Casillas (Real Madrid/SPA);
D: Raul Bravo (Real Madrid/SPA), Gabri (Barcelona/SPA), Juanito (Betis/SPA), Helguera (Real Madrid/SPA), Marchena (Valencia/SPA), César (Deportivo/SPA), Puyol (Barcelona/SPA), Michel Salgado (Real Madrid/SPA);
M: Albelda (Valencia/SPA), Xabi Alonso (Real Sociedad/SPA), Baraja (Valencia/SPA), Joaquín (Betis/SPA), Valerón (Deportivo/SPA), Xavi (Barcelona/SPA), Vicente (Valencia/SPA);
F: Raul (Real Madrid/SPA), Luque (Deportivo/SPA), Morientes (Monaco/FRA), Fernando Torres (Atletico Madrid/spa), Etxeberria (Athletic Bilbau/SPA).

LATVIA (unofficial)
GK: Aleksandrs Kolinko (Rostov/LAT), Andrejs Piedels
(Skonto Riga/LAT), Andrejs Pavlovs (Skonto Riga/LAT), Andris Vanins (Torpedo Metallurg/LAT);
D: Mihails Zemlisnkis (Skonto Riga/LAT), Igors Stepanovs
(Beveren/BEL), Olegs Blagonadezdins (Skonto Riga/LAT), Arturs Zakresevskis (Skonto Riga/LAT), Aleksandrs Isakovs (Skonto Riga/LAT), Igors Korablovs (FC Ventspils/LAT), Maris Smirnovs (FK Ventspils/LAT), Dzintars Zirnis (FHK Lietpajas Metalurgs/LAT);
M: Vitalijs Astafjevs (Admira Wacker/AUT), Imants
Bleidelis (Viborg/DEN), Andrejs Rubins (Shinnik/RUS), Juris Laizans
(CSKA Moscow/RUS), Valentins Lobanovs (Metalurg Zaporizhya/UKR),
Vladimirs Kolesnicenko (Torpedo Metalurg/LAT), Jurgis Pucinsks (Luch- Energia/RUS), Andrejs Stolcers (Fulham/ENG), Igors Semjonovs (Skonto Riga/LAT), Kristaps Blanks (Skonto Riga/LAT);
F: Marians Pahars (Southampton), Vits Rimkus (FK
Ventspils), Maris Verkapovskis (Dinamo Kiev), Mihails Miholaps (Skonto Riga), Viktors Dobrecovs (FHK Lietpajas Metalurgs), Andrejs Prohorenkovs (Maccabi Telavive), Gatis Kalnins (Skonto Riga).
(from the list, 6 will be dropped)

GREECE
GK: Antonios Nikopolidis (Panathinaikos/GRE), Konstantinos Chalkias (Panathinaikos/GRE), Theofanis Katergianakis (Olympiakos/GRE);
D: Mihail Kapsis (AEK/GRE), Panagiotis Fyssas (Benfica/POR), Ioannis Goumas (Panathinaikos/GRE), Trianos Dellas (Roma/ITA), Georgios Seitaridis (Panathinaikos/GRE), Nikolaos Dabizas (Leicester/ENG), Stylianos Venetidis (Olympiakos/GRE);
M: Basilios Lakis (AEK/GRE), Agelos Bassinas (Panathinaikos/GRE), Kontatinos Katsouranis (AEK/GRE), Pantelis Kafes (Olympiakos/GRE), Georgios Georgiadis (Olympiakos/GRE), Georgios Karagounis (Inter/ITA), Vasilios Tsartas (AEK/GRE), Theodoros Zagorakis (AEK/GRE);
F: Stylianos Giannakopoulos (Bolton/ENG), Agelos Charisteas (Werder Bremen/GER), Thimistoklis Nikolaidis (Atletico Madrid/SPA), Zisis Vryzas (Fiorentina/ITA), Dimistrios Papadopoulos (Panathinaikos/GRE).

GERMANY
GK: Oliver Kahn (Bayern München/GER), Jens Lehmann (Arsenal/ENG), Timo Hildebrand (Stuttgard/GER);
D: Frank Baumann (Werder Bremen/GER), Arne Friedrich (Hertha Berlin/GER), Andreas Hinkel (Stuttgard/GER), Philipp Lahm (Stuttgard/GER), Jens Nowotny (Bayer Leverkusen/GER), Christian Rahn (Hamburg/GER), Christian Wörns (Borussia Dortmund/GER);
M: Michael Ballack (Bayern München/GER), Fabian Ernst (Werder Bremen/GER), Paul Freier (Bochum/GER), Torsten Frings (Borussia Dortmund/GER), Dietmar Hamann (Liverpool/ENG), Jens Jeremies (Bayern München/GER), Sebastian Kehl (Borussia Dortmund/GER), Bernd Schneider (Bayer Leverkusen/GER);
F: Fredi Bobic (Hertha Berlin/GER), Thomas Brdaric (Hannover/GER), Miroslav Klose (Kaiserslautern/GER), Kevin Kuranyi (Stuttgard/GER).

SWITZERLAND (unofficial)
GK: Borer (Grasshoppers/SWI), Zuberbuehler (Basel/SWI), Stiel (Borussia Moenchengladbach/GER);
D: Berner (Freiburg/GER), Haas (West Bromwich Albion/ENG), Henchoz (Liverpool/ENG), Grichting (Auxerre/FRA), Mueller (Lyon/FRA), Meyer (1860 München/GER), Yakin (Basel/SWI), Zwyssig (Basel/SWI), Spycher (Grasshoppers/SWI), Magnin (Werder Bremen/GER);
M: Cabanas (Grasshoppers/SWI), Celestini (Marseille/FRA), Wicky (Hamburg/GER), Huggel (Basel/SWI), Yakin (Stuttgard/GER), Lonfat (Sochaux/FRA), Vogel (PSV/NED);
F: Chapuisat (Young Boys/SWI), Frei (Rennes/FRA), Rama (Thun/SWI), Streller (Stuttgard/GER), Gygax (Zurich/SWI), Thurre (Servette/SWI).
(from this list, 3 will be dropped)
Ian^
nice way of bringing things together :)

Have to say most ppl are disappointed with englands, simply cos of the following ppl in

gary & phil neville, nicky butt, Ledley King, Heskey, Vassell

in favour of

Alan Smith, Jermain Defoe, Scott Parker, Matthew Upson, Shaun Wright-Phillips etc who are all on form and much better choices imho
_Marc Dawn_
i miss drogba(i dont know if he's injuried or what)!
but still....wtf is wiltord doing in the French squad? i can't remember the last time he played for Arsenals first team!:whip:
PacMan
quote:
Originally posted by _Marc Dawn_
i miss drogba(i dont know if he's injuried or what)!
but still....wtf is wiltord doing in the French squad? i can't remember the last time he played for Arsenals first team!:whip:



drogba isnt european
chesco
italy have the best front line i've seen for years.

F: Christian Vieri (Inter/ITA), Francesco Totti (Roma/ITA), Alessandro Del Piero (Juventus/ITA), Bernardo Corradi (Lazio/ITA), Antonio Cassano (Roma/ITA), Marco Di Vaio (Juventus/ITA).

absolute ownage of any other front line in the competition. Wether or not they use it to full effect will be another matter.



:D
The Darklord
Del Piero, Vieri and Totti are perhaps the best attack of the Euro... although the two first are beginning to be a bit old for these competitions; nevertheless, from the line-ups advanced, they get my vote for winning the ECH.

... as for Portugal, we're happy that Scolari didn't call Vitor Baia, instead he gave the place to Benfica keeper Moreira (that will take part in the U-21 ECH too), ttaht deserves sooooo much to be in the competition, for helping Benfica reaching the last 16 of the UEFA Cup, the CL place and the Portuguese Cup. The rest, no real surprises... maybe Postiga, for not playing in Tottenham regularly, didn't think he'd deserve the spot.
SPANIARD
IMO the frontline of Italy looks like a disaster waiting to happen, if there was no Totti. Vieri for me won't do jack if there are no corners and I can't remember Del Piero scoring a sitter. I would honestly play Di Vaio-Cassano,at least when they don't have the ball they can work for it. I'm surprised Trap didn't callup Miccoli, the guy had a fantastic season.

Saez will announce the Spanish Team on Thursday.
evil_bastard
I notice Hugo Viana has been dropped from the Portugal squad.
Ian^
since I've watched la liga for 2-3 years now im just gonna speculate at the spanish squad & see how close i get :p

GK Casillas, Canizares, Molina

DF Puyol, Del Horno, Helguera, That bald deportivo guy :p i think manuel pablo is his name , Raul Bravo (if fit) +2 who i cant think of

MF Vicente, Joaquin, Reyes, Baraja, Albeilda (sp) Xavi, Extzeberria, Valeron

FW Raul, Morientes, Fernando Torres, Mista, Salvador Ballesta, Diego Tristan, Luque - so many to choose from


lets see if i get half of it right :p


EDIT - I'd like to See Xabi Alonso & Yeste in too :)
RubiK Cube
quote:
Originally posted by Ian^
Raul Bravo (if fit)

How he can get in the Real Madrid team never mind the national team is beyond me, he was utter when he was at Leeds

Ian^
quote:
Originally posted by RubiK Cube
How he can get in the Real Madrid team never mind the national team is beyond me, he was utter when he was at Leeds


Real Madrid have poor centre halves that's why

You got


Salgado & Carlos as attacking fullbacks

then u have to choose from

Helguera (better in anchor mid role)
Pavon - Dodgy
Bravo - Full back playing out of position
Mehia (sp) Youngster
And another youngster who i can't think the name of who got subbed on his debut as real were 4-0 down to sevilla at half time

that's why they've not won the league or champs league, valencia have players like Ayala who are really strong at the back and still have flair infront of them with players like Aimar & Vicente, it's all about the balance and real don't really have any, too lop-sided
RubiK Cube
That explains the Real part but surely Spain dont have a defensive problem like England?
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