Posted by: stgeorgesfc | October 27, 2009

Dan il-weekend se jinghata bidu ghall-U*BET FA Trophy


BRMLA_VS Hin: 3.30 p.m.

 

Data: 31 ta Ottubru

Post: Tedesco Stadium

spartans

Dan il-weekend se jinghata bidu ghall-U*BET FA Trophy, fejn kif ga nafu, is-Saints se jilghabu kontra Hamrun Spartans. Wara it-telfa li kellom din il-gimgha is-Saints iridu ikomplu iharsu il-quddiem u iridu izommu moral gholi ghaliex din il-loghba mistennija li se tkun wahda difficili. Minn naha ta l-Spartans, huma ghadom gejjien minn rebha importanti hafna kontra Msida St. Joseph, fejn ukoll huma mistennija li se jutilizzaw kontrina t-tlett barranin taghhom. Min hawn ahna nawguraw hafna lis-Saints biex ikomplu bil-prestazzjonijiet taghhom, u avolja din se tkun loghba difficli, ahna nemmnu li din il-loghba kapaci nirbhuwa. COME ON BLUES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hsieb: St. George’s VS Hamrun Spartans

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Responses

  1. Inhegegg lis supporters biex jergaw jitilghu bi hgarom

  2. kienet loghoba tajba u bilancjata anzi nazarrda nghid li sakemm saret it tkecija ta Toni Bonello konna naqra ahjar minnhom imbad kompla jisfaxxa kollox malli kecca lil Sevasta. xorta haqkom prosit u prosit lis supporters li baqaw wara team sa l ahhar

  3. Naqbel perfetament ma’ Ray, fill-verita’ il-loghba bilancjata hafna qabel ma’ tkeccew il-plejers taghna, u settet facilment tintrebah minnha. Nistqar maghkom li ir-refereeing xejn ma’ impressjonani fil-pozitiv. Nistaqsi lill-MFA b’honesta u sincerita’, possibli din il-loghba ma’ setgħatx tintlaghab gewwa ic-Centinary Stadium jew ikellha fil-Hibs Ground gewwa Kordin? Fir-rigward tat-Team tas-Saints, nibqa insosni li dan it-Team huwa dixxiplinat hu organizzat, prosit lill-Coach ghal dan is-sens ta’ dixxiplina li irrnexxilu iddahal fil-plejers tat-team taghna ! Kurragg blues, kif nejdu ahna tal-Kottonera, it- tiġrija sal-barkun !

  4. Spartans take control after Bonello’s red card

    Ħamrun Spartans 3
    Pereira 37, 68; Mawete 49
    St George’s 0

    Balzan Youths’ stunning win over Msida St Joseph should have served as an eye-opener for Ħamrun Spartans ahead of their KO clash with St George’s in yesterday’s second match at the Tedesco Stadium.

    The early exchanges suggested that the Spartans had ignored the warning signs as St George’s threatened to surge ahead but the course of the game changed when the Cospicua outfit lost Anthony Bonello to a red card.

    Debutant Joao Batista Mawete had his penalty saved but once Marcelo Pereira, the Spartans’ best player, gave his side the lead, Ħamrun went on to dominate their depleted opponents who finished the match with nine men.

    Angola-born Mawete partnered Pereira and Gaetan Spiteri in attack as Ħamrun coach Steve D’Amato opted for a fluid 4-3-3 formation.

    St George’s, who are aiming to produce a strong challenge to win promotion to the Premier League, played 4-4-2 with Nigerian Anthony Ewurum, their only overseas player, leading the attack alongside Chris Ciappara.

    In the opening stages, Spiteri hit over from a good position and, at the other end, a shot by Ciappara was deflected away for a corner.

    Ciappara spurned a glorious opportunity to put St George’s ahead after 14 minutes. The Spartans’ goal was virtually unprotected when Ewurum’s cross soared above Ivan Casha and towards Ciappara who headed the ball wide.

    St George’s offered the greater threat going forward. In the 17th minute, Emerson Amaira dissected the Ħamrun defence with a an astute pass towards Ciappara who moved past Mark Anthony Bonnici but his effort was tipped over by Casha.

    Moments later, Glenn Bonello unleashed a dangerous drive from long distance which brushed the upright.

    St George’s had good reason to draw encouragement from their lively start but, out of the blue, their afternoon took a turn for the worse.

    The game was 26 minutes old when Martin Hrubsa’s cross from the right looped over Emanuel Sevasta and towards the unmarked Pereira whose low effort from point blank came off the base of the post. From the rebound, Pereira was quick to set up Mawete whose shot appeared to have come off the diving Bonello.

    “Handball” shouted the Spartans players as referee Andre Arciola pointed to the spot and reached for his red card to dismiss the St George’s defender. Mawete took the penalty but his shot was pushed away by keeper Thomas Galea.


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