Sporting Clube de Goa news

jose12jose12 2 Points
edited May 2012 in Sporting Clube De Goa
Current squad of Sporting Clube de Goa: Felix D'Souza,Remus Gomes,Adil Khan,Parwinder Singh,Samananda Singh,Chinta Rao,Matthew Gonsalves,Felip Gomes, Wilton Gomes,Nongmaithem R Meetei,Emmanuel Akweugh,Boubacar Keita,Nicolas Rodrigues,Shahrazer Said,Joseph Pereira,Bibiano Fernandes Coach-Alex Alvares
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  • jose12jose12 2 Points
    edited April 2011
    All the best to Sporting club de Goa
  • namewtheldnamewtheld Kolkata4154 PointsU23 Olympian
    I would have been more interested if you had mentioned a young indian player to watch out for <!-- s:) --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!-- s:) -->
  • jose12jose12 2 Points
    I would have been more interested if you had mentioned a young indian player to watch out for <!-- s:) --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!-- s:) -->
    My friend, not only u, all Indian football fanatics r eagerly waiting for our own Maradona or Pelé. V dont know when that time is going to come but it is surely in the making. <!-- s:D --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_biggrin.gif" alt=":D" title="Very Happy" /><!-- s:D -->
  • rudrarudra 2546 PointsU23 Olympian
    I believe Josph Parreira is a very good player,....is he young?
  • jose12jose12 2 Points
    I've seen him play. He is quite good.But he is bit short. Jersey No.: 22

    D.O.B.: 26 June 1982
    Height: 5 feet 2 inches
    Weight: 61 kgs
  • jose12jose12 2 Points
    If Sporting clube de Goa happen to loose or even draw today's match, against Ar-Hima later today then its most likely they will have to say goodbye to their i-league div1 campaign.I hope & pray for a favourable result for sporting today. <!-- s:| --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_neutral.gif" alt=":|" title="Neutral" /><!-- s:| -->
  • archakarchak 2063 PointsU23 Olympian
  • jose12jose12 2 Points
    Interview of SCG President Peter Vaz to goal.com
    Irrespective of the result, the
    President said that he is keen on
    building a full-fledged new
    stadium.
    "Let's qualify first," said Peter
    Vaz. "We need a win at all costs.
    We're still trying to build a
    ground with our own facilities
    against all odds."
    He further grieved over the
    ground conditions in Shillong,
    where the final round of the I-
    League Division II is being
    played.
    "The grounds in Shillong are so
    bad. It rains over there and the
    water-logged situations makes it
    difficult to play, but this is Indian
    football."
    Joseph Pereira's injury has ruled
    him of the crucial match, but
    Peter Vaz believes the
    performance of the foreigners
    will be vital..
    "Joseph Pereira's injury is a blow
    to us, but in the end the team's
    performance depends more on
    the foreigners. If the foreigners
    do not perform, the team does
    not perform in Indian football.
    "Churchill or East Bengal are
    doing well because their foreign
    players are doing well. Mohun
    Bagan's foreigners are not doing
    well, so they are struggling."
    Peter Vaz also praised one of
    Sporting's junior players Jovel
    Martins, who has been promoted
    to the senior squad, for his
    contribution in the team's
    second division campaign.
    "Our Under-19 player Jovel
    Martins is doing really well and
    credit must be given to our
    scouting system, that helps us to
    come across such talented
    youngsters.
    "Most of our players have their
    contracts intact with the club.
    Most of the side has been
    retained and we'll look to make
    some additions if we qualify," he
    concluded.
  • jose12jose12 2 Points
    "The grounds get mucky and
    water logged. Sometimes it
    keeps on raining for over an
    hour. You can imagine how
    much water is accumulated, ”-Alex Alvares SCG coach in goal.com regarding ground conditions in Shillong. <!-- s:evil: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_evil.gif" alt=":evil:" title="Evil or Very Mad" /><!-- s:evil: -->
  • jose12jose12 2 Points
    “It’s a miracle.
    We rose from the ashes, so as to
    say. Justice has been finally done
    after the great setback of last
    year. We regained what we were
    forced to relinquish. The feeling
    is great, ” commented Peter Vaz
    from Shillong after Sporting
    Clube de Goa regained the I-
    League position, Saturday.
    “ I have to thank God for the
    great miracle. Soon after the
    victory, I dashed to the church to
    give thanks. I see God ’s hand in
    it. In painful moments I had trust
    in God. In difficult moments I
    sought God. And in a happy
    moment like this, I praise God.
    Every moment I thank God, ” said
    Peter when asked for his
    comments.
    “ The first three matches were
    almost a disaster. We drew the
    first, lost to Vasco in the second
    and then drew the third. But the
    boys regained the lost ground
    with aplomb and went on to win
    the next four matches on-the-
    trot. Unexpected, isn’t it?,”
    remarked the president.
    “ The boys knew that we had to
    record victories to stay in
    contention. They believed that
    they could win. So, they went
    that extra mile and made it. They
    played with a passion. While all
    the boys exerted themselves to
    the limit, I cannot underestimate
    the labours taken by coach Alex
    Alvares and his assistant staff,
    Pascoal Pereira, Levino Anthony
    Pereira and manager Anju
    Albuquerque, ” conceded Peter,
    who had already started the
    celebrations in Shillong tonight.
    While Peter will be arriving on
    Monday morning, some players
    will arrive on Monday evening
    and the rest on Tuesday
    morning. “It’s a long, long
    journey from Shillong to
    Guhuwati to Kolkata to Mumbai
    and Goa, ” remarked Peter as he
    signed off. But, soon he called
    back and said: “Please register
    my sincere thanks to all the
    football fans, supporters and all
    those who have supported us all
    these years. ”
    SOURCE: OHERALDO
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