30 junho 2015

Ai a formação do Sporting...

Criam jogadores com o velho hábito de não ganharem títulos...

Esgaio e William...

#vocesabemla
#diferentes
#formação
#monster
#monstereesgaio

9 comentários:

ULTRAVIOLENT disse...

Ahahahahah, brilhante.

Quem tinha que ganhar, ganhou:

Lindelöf !

El Pirata disse...

mas agora os lampioes ja nao se apercebem dos movimentos ilegais dos guarda redes antes dos remates? E qual o motivo da prima donna bernadette silva nao ter tido tomates e assumido a marcaçao de um dos cinco penalties? É preciso te-los no sitio...

Unknown disse...

Se ganhássemos eram mais 6 ou 7 trofeus para o Sporting. Perdemos, foi o cavaleiro que não jogou nada, o Bernardo que teve medo e o Iuri que entrou tarde e o Mané que não jogou.

Nuno Silva disse...

Mais vale não ir rematar do que fazer a figura que o William fez. Peço desculpa mas aquilo é uma abordagem a um penalti? Que profissional faz um autentico passe para o guarda redes? Tirando um jogador da Suécia onde o José Sá defendeu, tal foi a qualidade do remate, os restantes foram sempre em força rematando de baixo para cima sempre com sucesso porque é a forma mais eficiente de marcar um penalti.

Shiver disse...

Os lagartos sao tao previsiveis que já nem tem graça.......

Benfiquista Primário disse...

LOL sempre a melhor escola do mundo a formar humoristas involuntários.

Que nunca acabem, nem que o Sobrinho chegue a ter 100% da SAD...

saint disse...

Portugal midfielder William Carvalho has been named as the best player of the UEFA European Under-21 Championship.

The 23-year-old's most impressive display came in the 5-0 semi-final defeat of Germany. William was hugely dominant over his direct opponent Emre Can, another player who had hitherto stood out, helping his side to inflict a record U21 defeat on their opponents. He also played throughout the final against Sweden although he missed his spot kick in the penalty shoot-out which brought down the curtain on the tournament.

The UEFA Technical Observers, present at every match, chose William as the U21 EURO's outstanding performer, including him as one of five Portuguese in their best XI from the tournament. William, an authoritative central midfielder who plays his club football for Sporting CP, was ever-present for Rui Jorge's team throughout their finals campaign.

William, who already has 13 senior caps to his name, attempted (394) and completed (349) more passes than anyone else in the Czech Republic.

William's tournament in numbers
480 minutes played (joint tournament high)
394 passes attempted (tournament high)
349 passes completed (tournament high)
12 fouls suffered (joint tournament high)
4 attempts blocked
3 fouls committed
1 attempt off target
0 attempts on target

Unknown disse...

Falta referir que o gajo que escreveu isso no site da UEFA é... Sueco!

Benfiquista Primário disse...

WC, the player's initials, stand out as an ironical reference to his club's stadium. This stadium is usually called 'The Toilet' by the bichampions in the winning side of 'Segunda Circular', the road in Lisbon that links bichampion Benfica's Stadium of Light with tragicomical Sporting's The Toilet.

As for the player's election in this tournament, it has been consistently compared with Messi's election in the last World Cup...a precise comparison, although we suspect reasons underlying this unbelievable election had more to do with Kim Jong Carvalho's north corean methods.

Finally, let us highlight something that is truly significant, as opposed to this quite ridiculous election of Toilet The Player: the remaining four Portuguese players elected for the best XI in the tournament, out of five, are all from Sport Lisboa e Benfica, the Global Giant from Lisbon that has seized again the absolute leadership of Portuguese football, across all age groups. Unsurprising really since absolute leadership is Benfica's natural position in Portugal.

As natural as absolute irrelevance for their pseudo rivals in the losing side of 'Segunda Circular'.

No matter how many pole positions they claim, as pathetic as ever.