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Postby A phi A Man » Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:56 pm

That Kelvin guy is a really good player too.

i hope they dont bench atsu...but then again i guess that depends on him
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Postby Ekow » Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:58 pm

A phi A Man wrote:That Kelvin guy is a really good player too.

i hope they dont bench atsu...but then again i guess that depends on him


i think kelvin played with Atsu on the same team this past season.
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Postby Ekow » Tue Aug 28, 2012 2:55 pm

1st start for Atsu at Porto in the League

8/25/2012



Porto 4-0 Vitoria Guimaraes


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Postby Ekow » Sun Sep 09, 2012 12:44 am

9/8/2012

CAN 2013 Qualifier
1st leg

Ghana 2-0 Malawi
1-0 Atsu
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Postby Ekow » Tue Sep 18, 2012 2:00 am

Comment: Christian Atsu - Licensed to thrill

17 September, 2012


By Kwesii Asomadu

During The Black Stars win over Malawi, the television feed switched to the VIP Lounge to a scene where the Vice President of Ghana, the Sports Minister and the Football Association President were uncontrollably rejoicing.

Christian Atsu had just showed some brilliant close control and played a well weighted through pass to Harrison Afful. The crowd roared to cheer and the sense of new found joy blowing through homes, pubs and barbershops in Ghana was epitomized by these August men in the VIP Lounge.

The radio commentary suggested Messi had swapped his Argentine jersey to play for the Black Stars but the Television footage pointed out that it was rather a young player by the name Christian Atsu.


The game was supposed to celebrate the return of Asamoah Gyan; a sort of homecoming Party for the Prodigal Son, but Christian Atsu had stolen the show. The youngster from FC Porto had rather taken the occasion to put his name in the hat for the chance to ascend Abedi Pele’s vacant throne.

With his left boot as microphone he had made the loudest claim yet to succeeding the mythical figure of Ghanaian football. Even the esteemed duo of Inspector Bediako and Sherlock Holmes might find it difficult to solve why such an amazing player had never been called up to any of the youth sides.

For while Ghanaians are now drooling over this exciting young prospect, his rise has long been heralded in the hallways of Porto and Europe.


Joining Fc Porto at age 17, Atsu would go on dazzle in the youth team winning the Porto young best player award in 2011. Atsu also won the best player in one of the World’s biggest youth club tournaments in the world, the FIFA Blue Stars Youth Cup 2011.

A loan move to Portuguese top flight side Rio Ave FC would also see him win another accolade, this time as the club's best player for the 2011/2012 season.


For the 2012/2013 season Fc Porto has welcomed him back to their fold and he is set to make his bow in the UEFA Champions league when the Dragons take on Dynamo Zagreb this week. Like he did in the FIFA Blue Stars Youth Cup, Atsu would be hoping to leave his mark on the best club competition in the World.


Long since Abedi Ayew Pele retired many have laid claim to his throne at the apex of Ghana football. The older duo of Odartey Lamptey and Derek Boateng have long had their names removed from that hat. The new generation duo of Kwadwo Asamoah and Andre Ayew have and continue to flirt with that notion.


When Kwadwo Asamoah beat a Malian defender with a pirouette before striking home his first goal for the Black Stars in the first game of the 2010 World Cup qualifiers, there were murmurs of the emergence of the next Abedi Pele.

He would go on to have a superb tournament in the 2010 Nations Cup in Angola but gradually his magical ability that provides him with a ticket to dine at the Abedi Pele themed table has waned. He has slowly turned from a magician to a Blacksmith; no more waving a magic wand again but vigorously creating different weapons to survive the different roles he is asked to play on the field.

Kwadwo Asamoah is now more of a gritty technician with his old moments of magic making brief appearances. Asamoah has been coached to become a hard working midfielder, especially during his time as Udinese.

Playing as a makeshift left wing back he has been given a bit more freedom at Juventus to take a few more risks, but the earlier unrivalled Abedi Pele-esque dribbling ability looks to have been coached out of him.


If ever the saying a chip of the old block was been trialled to get it removed from the English Dictionary, Andre Ayew and his father would be called upon as lead witnesses for the defendant.

With the sense of unpredictability, the natural leadership quality, the number 10 jersey and the ego; Andre Ayew is the very definition of the chip of the old block. Making it a seemingly natural transition to succeed his Dad. But he lacks the unplayable aura that completes the Abedi = Pele equation; the kind of thing that borders between myth and reality.

Atsu on the other hand looks like he will be able to weave through the border line of myth and reality. His performance and not his words has put him in line for the Abedi Ayew Pele throne with the Stool name Messi.

His suggested stool name goes to show that there have been comparisons between him and the current best player in the world, a player he says is his Idol. “Lionel Messi is my Idol” he said in an interview with the official FIFA website after winning the best player award at the FIFA Blue Stars Youth Cup 2011. But he is keen to shred comparisons with the Barcelona star saying “Messi has been my idol all the time. There is no Ghana Messi, there is no other Messi in this world, there can be only one Messi”.


Arsene Wenger once described Lionel Messi as a PlayStation player and while Atsu is wise to dismiss the Messi tag, he has the traits that Wenger refers to as a PlayStation player.

If Atsu does live up to his potential we can all look back at that priceless scene from the VIP Lounge as the foreword to his auto-biography; a scene where both the Vice President of Ghana and the Sports Minister excitedly shook the hands of the Ghana Football Association President; their beaming smiles like a young boy who had just been bought a PlayStation console. For there is every sense of hope that Ghana might have found the heir to Abedi Ayew Pele; her PlayStation player .
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Postby Doctor No » Tue Sep 18, 2012 2:15 am

What's all these excitement about? Didn't we hear/read about Michael Helegbe and Ahmed Barusso hyped to high heavens in these pages?
10 pages paaaa...eii :shock:
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Postby Ekow » Wed Sep 19, 2012 4:47 pm

UEFA Champions League debut for Atsu

9/18/2012
UEFA Champions League

Dinamo 0-2 Porto
Atsu in for Varela 72'(Porto). 1 assist for Atsu
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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Ekow » Mon Nov 19, 2012 4:59 pm

17/11/2012
Dragões seguem na Taça firmes como Atsu

O FC Porto foi à Madeira vencer o Nacional por 3-0 e está nos oitavos-de-final da Taça de Portugal. Lucho, Mangala e Kleber assinaram os golos do triunfo que contou também com uma exibição de gala de Christian Atsu.

Os Dragões entraram na Choupana donos e senhores da bola, perante um Nacional de linhas recuadas e meio-campo reforçado. Rapidamente se percebeu que a iniciativa de jogo pertenceria quase em exclusivo ao bicampeão nacional, com a equipa da casa a tentar aguentar o nulo e a aproveitar-se de possíveis contra-ataques ou lances de bola parada.

Mesmo sem forçar o ritmo, o FC Porto fez o que lhe competia e criou a primeira jogada de perigo logo aos sete minutos, com Lucho a servir Kleber na perfeição e o avançado a cabecear ao lado. Com um ataque totalmente renovado, apoiado nos arranques de Iturbe e na ousadia de Atsu, os azuis e brancos aumentaram gradualmente a presença no último terço do terreno e encostaram os madeirenses à sua zona defensiva.

Sobre os 16 minutos, uma bonita combinação entre Castro e Atsu ia dando o 1-0, mas Kleber chegou ligeiramente atrasado ao cruzamento do ganês e adiou os festejos. A vantagem acabaria mesmo por aparecer já perto da meia-hora de jogo, outra vez com o extremo na jogada: depois de um soberbo movimento individual na direita, o camisola 27 cruzou com conta, peso e medida para a entrada de Lucho ao segundo poste, e o argentino, sem deixar a bola tocar o chão, assinou um golaço.

A perder, o Nacional soltou amarras e aproximou-se da baliza de Fabiano, mas tanto o livre de Revson como o cabeceamento de Manuel Da Costa passaram ao lado. Em cima dos 45 minutos, Kleber voltou a ameaçar e a falhar na pontaria, após uma fantástica jogada colectiva ao primeiro toque.

Depois do intervalo, a formação de Manuel Machado surgiu mais expedita e conseguiu criar alguns lances de perigo para as redes portistas. Atento e seguro, Fabiano controlou bem as iniciativas alvi-negras, nomeadamente as acrobacias de Rondón, Diego Barcellos e Keita.

Junto à baliza de Vladan o filme era outro. Atsu não só dava muitas dores de cabeça à defesa do Nacional, como conseguia semear o pânico. Aos 71 minutos, depois de muito moer a paciência aos adversários, o extremo voltou a servir de bandeja um companheiro para o 2-0: desta vez coube a Mangala, exemplarmente infiltrado entre os centrais, empurrar o esférico para lá da linha de golo.

A vitória já aqui estava garantida, mas o encontro não acabou sem novo golo portista. Aos 88 minutos, Fabiano saiu aos pés do ex-Dragão Candeias para impedir o 2-1 e no contra-ataque Kleber passou finalmente das ameaças aos actos: lançado por João Moutinho com um passe magistral, o avançado ultrapassou o guarda-redes e fez o merecido golo. 3-0 e mais um passo para o Jamor.

FICHA DE JOGO

Nacional-FC Porto, 0-3
Taça de Portugal, quarta eliminatória
17 de Novembro de 2012
Estádio da Madeira, no Funchal

Árbitro: Paulo Baptista
Assistentes: José Braga e Valter Dias
4.º Árbitro: Roberto Rebelo

NACIONAL: Vladan; João Aurélio, Manuel Da Costa, Mexer e Marçal; Revson, Claudemir e Jota; Diego Barcellos, Mario Rondón e Mateus
Substituições: Keita por Jota (46 minutos), Daniel Candeias por Mateus (64 minutos) e Edgar Costa por Diego Barcellos (76 minutos)
Não utilizados: Gottardi, Miguel Rodrigues, Mihelic e Isael
Treinador: Manuel Machado

FC PORTO: Fabiano; Miguel Lopes, Abdoulaye, Otamendi e Mangala; Defour, Castro e Lucho; Atsu, Iturbe e Kleber
Substituições: João Moutinho por Defour (63 minutos), James por Iturbe (63 minutos) e Danilo por Mangala (81 minutos)
Não utilizados: Helton, Rolando, Varela e Jackson
Treinador: Vítor Pereira

Ao intervalo: 0-1
Marcadores: Lucho (27 minutos), Mangala (71 minutos) e Kleber (89 minutos)
Cartão amarelo: Mangala (25 minutos), Manuel Da Costa (31 minutos), Claudemir (38 minutos), Mexer (61 minutos), Atsu (62 minutos), Marçal (80 minutos)
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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Ekow » Mon Nov 19, 2012 5:00 pm

Ekow wrote:17/11/2012
Dragões seguem na Taça firmes como Atsu

O FC Porto foi à Madeira vencer o Nacional por 3-0 e está nos oitavos-de-final da Taça de Portugal. Lucho, Mangala e Kleber assinaram os golos do triunfo que contou também com uma exibição de gala de Christian Atsu.

Os Dragões entraram na Choupana donos e senhores da bola, perante um Nacional de linhas recuadas e meio-campo reforçado. Rapidamente se percebeu que a iniciativa de jogo pertenceria quase em exclusivo ao bicampeão nacional, com a equipa da casa a tentar aguentar o nulo e a aproveitar-se de possíveis contra-ataques ou lances de bola parada.

Mesmo sem forçar o ritmo, o FC Porto fez o que lhe competia e criou a primeira jogada de perigo logo aos sete minutos, com Lucho a servir Kleber na perfeição e o avançado a cabecear ao lado. Com um ataque totalmente renovado, apoiado nos arranques de Iturbe e na ousadia de Atsu, os azuis e brancos aumentaram gradualmente a presença no último terço do terreno e encostaram os madeirenses à sua zona defensiva.

Sobre os 16 minutos, uma bonita combinação entre Castro e Atsu ia dando o 1-0, mas Kleber chegou ligeiramente atrasado ao cruzamento do ganês e adiou os festejos. A vantagem acabaria mesmo por aparecer já perto da meia-hora de jogo, outra vez com o extremo na jogada: depois de um soberbo movimento individual na direita, o camisola 27 cruzou com conta, peso e medida para a entrada de Lucho ao segundo poste, e o argentino, sem deixar a bola tocar o chão, assinou um golaço.

A perder, o Nacional soltou amarras e aproximou-se da baliza de Fabiano, mas tanto o livre de Revson como o cabeceamento de Manuel Da Costa passaram ao lado. Em cima dos 45 minutos, Kleber voltou a ameaçar e a falhar na pontaria, após uma fantástica jogada colectiva ao primeiro toque.

Depois do intervalo, a formação de Manuel Machado surgiu mais expedita e conseguiu criar alguns lances de perigo para as redes portistas. Atento e seguro, Fabiano controlou bem as iniciativas alvi-negras, nomeadamente as acrobacias de Rondón, Diego Barcellos e Keita.

Junto à baliza de Vladan o filme era outro. Atsu não só dava muitas dores de cabeça à defesa do Nacional, como conseguia semear o pânico. Aos 71 minutos, depois de muito moer a paciência aos adversários, o extremo voltou a servir de bandeja um companheiro para o 2-0: desta vez coube a Mangala, exemplarmente infiltrado entre os centrais, empurrar o esférico para lá da linha de golo.

A vitória já aqui estava garantida, mas o encontro não acabou sem novo golo portista. Aos 88 minutos, Fabiano saiu aos pés do ex-Dragão Candeias para impedir o 2-1 e no contra-ataque Kleber passou finalmente das ameaças aos actos: lançado por João Moutinho com um passe magistral, o avançado ultrapassou o guarda-redes e fez o merecido golo. 3-0 e mais um passo para o Jamor.

FICHA DE JOGO

Nacional-FC Porto, 0-3
Taça de Portugal, quarta eliminatória
17 de Novembro de 2012
Estádio da Madeira, no Funchal

Árbitro: Paulo Baptista
Assistentes: José Braga e Valter Dias
4.º Árbitro: Roberto Rebelo

NACIONAL: Vladan; João Aurélio, Manuel Da Costa, Mexer e Marçal; Revson, Claudemir e Jota; Diego Barcellos, Mario Rondón e Mateus
Substituições: Keita por Jota (46 minutos), Daniel Candeias por Mateus (64 minutos) e Edgar Costa por Diego Barcellos (76 minutos)
Não utilizados: Gottardi, Miguel Rodrigues, Mihelic e Isael
Treinador: Manuel Machado

FC PORTO: Fabiano; Miguel Lopes, Abdoulaye, Otamendi e Mangala; Defour, Castro e Lucho; Atsu, Iturbe e Kleber
Substituições: João Moutinho por Defour (63 minutos), James por Iturbe (63 minutos) e Danilo por Mangala (81 minutos)
Não utilizados: Helton, Rolando, Varela e Jackson
Treinador: Vítor Pereira

Ao intervalo: 0-1
Marcadores: Lucho (27 minutos), Mangala (71 minutos) e Kleber (89 minutos)
Cartão amarelo: Mangala (25 minutos), Manuel Da Costa (31 minutos), Claudemir (38 minutos), Mexer (61 minutos), Atsu (62 minutos), Marçal (80 minutos)



TRANSLATION

17/11/2012
DRAGONS CUP FOLLOWING FIRM AS ATSU

was FC Porto beat Nacional Madeira 3-0 and is in the eighth-finals of the Cup of Portugal. Lucho, Mangala and Kleber signed the goals of triumph which also featured a display of Christian Atsu gala. Choupana The Dragons entered the lords and masters of the ball before a National indented lines and midfield strengthened. Quickly realized that the initiative to play almost exclusively belong to the national champion, with the home side trying to hold the void and take advantage of possible counterattacks or set-pieces. Even without forcing the pace, FC Porto did what it was required and created the first play of danger after seven minutes, with Lucho serving and striker Kleber perfectly to nod along. With a fully renovated attack, supported by the start-Iturbe and boldness of Atsu, blues and whites gradually increased its presence in the final third and touched the locals to their defensive zone. About 16 minutes, a beautiful combination between Castro and Atsu would give it 1-0, but Kleber arrived slightly late to the intersection of Ghanaian and postponed the festivities. The advantage would even have to appear near the half-hour mark, again with the end in play: after a superb individual move in the right, crossed the sweater with 27 counts, weight and measure for input Lucho at the far post and Argentina, without letting the ball touch the ground, signed a home run. Losing, National loosened ties and approached the beacon Fabiano, but both free Revson as the header from Manuel Da Costa came next. On top of the 45 minutes, Kleber again threatened and fail to aim, after a fantastic team move on the first ring. After the break, the formation of Manuel Machado appeared more expeditious and managed to create some danger for bids portistas networks. Attentive and secure, well managed Fabiano alvi-black initiatives, including the acrobatics of Rondón, Keita and Diego Barcellos. Near the goal of the film was Vladan another. Atsu not only gave many headaches for the National defense, how could sow panic. At 71 minutes, after much patience to grind opponents, the end came back to serve as a companion to the tray 2-0: this time it fell to Mangala, exemplary infiltrated the central push the ball past the goal line. The victory was guaranteed already here, but the meeting did not end without new goal portista. At 88 minutes, Fabiano left at the feet of former Dragon Candeias to prevent it 2-1 on the counter attack and finally passed Kleber threats of acts: launched by João Moutinho with a masterful pass, the striker passed the goalkeeper and made deserved goal. 3-0 and another step for the Jamor. MATCH National FC Porto, 0-3 Portugal Cup, fourth round November 17, 2012 Madeira Stadium in Funchal Referee: Paul Baptist Assistants: José Braga and Valter Day 4. º Referee: Roberto Rebelo


Lineups

NATIONAL: Vladan; João Aurélio, Manuel Da Costa, Stirring and Marcal; Revson, Claudemir and Jota; Diego Barcellos, Mario Rondon and Matthew Replacements: Keita by Jota (46 minutes), by Daniel Candeias Matthew ( 64 minutes) and Edgar Costa by Diego Barcellos (76 minutes) Not used: Gottardi, Miguel Rodrigues, Mihelic and Isael Coach: Manuel Machado

FC PORTO: Fabiano; Miguel Lopes, Abdoulaye, Otamendi and Mangala; Defour, Castro and Lucho; Atsu, Iturbe and Kleber
Replacements: João Moutinho for Defour (63 minutes), by James Iturbe (63 minutes) and Danilo by Mangala (81 minutes)

Not used: Helton, Rolando, Varela and Jackson Coach: Vítor Pereira By halftime: 0-1 Markers : Lucho (27 minutes), Mangala (71 minutes) and Kleber (89 minutes) Yellow card: Mangala (25 minutes), Manuel Da Costa (31 minutes), Claudemir (38 minutes), Mix (61 minutes), Atsu (62 minutes) Marcal (80 minutes
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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Ekow » Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:44 am

CAN 2013

Group Stage


1/28/2013
Ghana 3-0 Niger
1-0
2-0 Atsu
3-0
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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Ekow » Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:44 am

Atsu crowns debut Afcon goal with MVP prize

Date: 28-Jan-2013







Christian Atsu capped his debut Africa Cup of Nations goal on Monday in Port Elizabeth with the Orange man-of-the-match award.

The young attacking midfielder scored the second goal as Ghana beat Niger 3-0 at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium to finish tops in Group B.

Atsu becomes the second Ghanaian player to have picked the individual prize at the competition after Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu.



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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Ekow » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:31 pm

Ratings at CAN 2013

Group Stage

Ghana 3-0 Niger
1-0
2-0 Atsu
3-0

Christian Atsu 9

Displayed a man of the man performance in the game. Scored his first AFCON in style as he initiated an attack and finished it off.


10. Christian Atsu: The Porto wide man chose this game to show what a potential he is. Showed great calm in scoring his goal and showed great skill, even though at times his youth and naivety showed. Overall, a very good game. (7.5/10)


Quarter Finals

Ghana 2-0 Cape Verde

10. Christian Atsu: He tried hard to prise open the Cape Verde defence but found the going tough at times. He showed that he has the appetite for hard work as he also tracked back to help out in defensive duties, but still showed some flashes of brilliance. In a game that was won ugly, he played his part. (6.5/10)


Semi Finals

Ghana 1-1 Burkina
Burkina wins 3-2 on penalties

8. Christian Atsu: He vindicated Kwasi Appiah’s decision to start him ahead of Albert Adomah on the right as he bravely took on the Burkinabes with skill and trickery. He was hauled down for Ghana’s penalty and throughout the game, he displayed consistency in attacking the Stallions. Probably Ghana’s best player on the night. (7.5/10)




3rd place

Ghana 1-3 Mali

Christian Atsu - 5


Put the Porto man on the right and you little out of him and this is what Kwesi Appiah went for. Though he had some few exciting moments in the first half, he was virtually anonymous in the 70 minutes he lasted. He still has some work to do.
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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Ekow » Tue May 14, 2013 4:15 am

10/05/2013
ALEX SANDRO, AND SHEBA RETURN TO KELVIN CALLED

The return of Alex Sandro, Kelvin and Sheba's new squad of FC Porto for the game of 29. third and penultimate round of the Football League, ahead Benfica. Vítor Pereira released the list of 18 summoned press conference after the game's release, this time having passed over Izmaylov, who is suspended, Maicon, recovering from physical problems, and Atsu, for technical option. Maicon made ​​The central training and conditioning work conditioning and Quino was limited to treatment., The defenders David Zé António and advanced Sheba, all the B team trained with the first team. Porto receives this Saturday at 20.30, the Benfica game worth League leadership with a game to spare, in case of victory of the Dragons. summoned List: Helton, Danilo, Lucho, Castro, Joao Moutinho, Jackson, James, Varela, Liedson, Mangala, Abdoulaye, Fabiano, Fernando, Alex Sandro, Kelvin, Otamendi, Defour and Sheba.


na waa for atsu polo
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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby BlackStar Defender » Tue May 14, 2013 5:02 pm

Honestly, I want to say it's been rough form for many players post the Afcon this year.
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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Empire of Victory » Tue May 14, 2013 6:10 pm

BlackStar Defender wrote:Honestly, I want to say it's been rough form for many players post the Afcon this year.



That includes players of all countries.
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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Turbo Turbulance » Tue May 14, 2013 10:45 pm

Atsu still na skillful baller.
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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Ekow » Wed May 15, 2013 12:11 am

Turbo Turbulance wrote:Atsu still na skillful baller.


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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Akokora Gyeene » Thu May 16, 2013 11:26 pm

Ekow wrote:
10/05/2013
ALEX SANDRO, AND SHEBA RETURN TO KELVIN CALLED

The return of Alex Sandro, Kelvin and Sheba's new squad of FC Porto for the game of 29. third and penultimate round of the Football League, ahead Benfica. Vítor Pereira released the list of 18 summoned press conference after the game's release, this time having passed over Izmaylov, who is suspended, Maicon, recovering from physical problems, and Atsu, for technical option. Maicon made ​​The central training and conditioning work conditioning and Quino was limited to treatment., The defenders David Zé António and advanced Sheba, all the B team trained with the first team. Porto receives this Saturday at 20.30, the Benfica game worth League leadership with a game to spare, in case of victory of the Dragons. summoned List: Helton, Danilo, Lucho, Castro, Joao Moutinho, Jackson, James, Varela, Liedson, Mangala, Abdoulaye, Fabiano, Fernando, Alex Sandro, Kelvin, Otamendi, Defour and Sheba.


na waa for atsu polo



Atsu may be on the outside looking in if Andre Ayew and KPB return. He needs to focus.
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Re: Christian Twasam Atsu of Porto FC

Postby Kofi Jolof » Thu May 16, 2013 11:40 pm

Akokora Gyeene wrote:
Ekow wrote:
10/05/2013
ALEX SANDRO, AND SHEBA RETURN TO KELVIN CALLED

The return of Alex Sandro, Kelvin and Sheba's new squad of FC Porto for the game of 29. third and penultimate round of the Football League, ahead Benfica. Vítor Pereira released the list of 18 summoned press conference after the game's release, this time having passed over Izmaylov, who is suspended, Maicon, recovering from physical problems, and Atsu, for technical option. Maicon made ​​The central training and conditioning work conditioning and Quino was limited to treatment., The defenders David Zé António and advanced Sheba, all the B team trained with the first team. Porto receives this Saturday at 20.30, the Benfica game worth League leadership with a game to spare, in case of victory of the Dragons. summoned List: Helton, Danilo, Lucho, Castro, Joao Moutinho, Jackson, James, Varela, Liedson, Mangala, Abdoulaye, Fabiano, Fernando, Alex Sandro, Kelvin, Otamendi, Defour and Sheba.


na waa for atsu polo



Atsu may be on the outside looking in if Andre Ayew and KPB return. He needs to focus.

Depth is good so he won't be completely outside.
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