Girondins Bordeaux Thread [2005-2006]

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    AJ Auxerre - Girondins de Bordeaux 1-0
    Saturday August 13, 2005 - D1 Matchday 3
    Attendance: 14000
    Referee: Claude Colombo
    Goals: Pieroni (36') for Auxerre


    Line-up:
    Auxerre: Cool - Radet, Bolf, Mignot, Jaures - Kahlenberg, Violeau (cap), Be. Cheyrou (Martin 82)', Akale - Pieroni (Mathis 70'), Benjani (Poyet 74')

    Bordeaux: Ramé (cap) - Jemmali, Planus, Afanou (Fernando 71'), Jurietti - Faubert (Francia 56'), Mavuba, Br. Cheyrou, Smicer - Chamakh, Darcheville (Laslandes 79')
     
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    Bordeaux go fourth with win over Monaco


    Girondins Bordeaux moved into fourth place in the standings with a 1-0 home win over Monaco on Saturday. After a first-half lacking goal scoring opportunites, the home side found themselves ahead in the 59th minute when Bruno Cheyrou netted a free kick following a foul on Jean-Claude Darcheville on the edge of the penalty area. Cheyrou stepped up and struck a low free-kick under the Monaco wall and past goalkeeper Guillaume Warmuz to give the home side a 1-0 lead.

    The goal was one of few highlights in a tense match that featured seven yellow cards. It was Bordeaux their third victory in four games.

    Another new signing, Fernando, was given his chance in the line-up instead of the Czech Smicer who just returned from international duties. Fernando played a good match on the midfield. Colombian prospect Edixon Perea made his debut in Europe with substituting Darcheville in 87th minute. The match was a return to Parc Lescure for former Bordelais Camel Meriem.


    Girondins de Bordeaux - AS Monaco 1-0
    Saturday August 21, 2005 - D1 Matchday 4
    Attendance: 30000
    Referee: Alain Hamer (Lux)
    Goals: Cheyrou (57') for Bordeaux;
    Yellow cards: Cheyrou (17’) and Darcheville (48’) from Bordeaux; Zikos (37’), Squillaci (45), Gérard (50’), Evra (56’) and Camara (71’) from Monaco

    Line-up:
    Bordeaux: Ramé – Jemmali, Afanou, Planus, Jurietti – Faubert, Fernando (Smicer 87’), Mavuba, Cheyrou – Laslandes (Chamakh 64’) and Darcheville (Perea 83’).

    Monaco: Warmuz – Maicon, Squillaci, Givet, Evra – Meriem (Maoulida 76’), Zikos (Bernardi 46’), Gérard, Sorlin – Chevanton (Camara 46’), Kapo.
     
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    Denilson confirmed Bordelais! :rockman:


    Brazilian international Denilson will play for the Girondins de Bordeaux, announced the official website today. He will be on loan until June 2006. Bordeaux directors did a good job on the transfer market in signing the attacking midfielder. He arrived from Sevilla in the night to sign his 1-year deal.

    The 27-year old Brazilian has made his professional debut at Sao Paulo at the age of 18. He became notified by the international team coach and was capped soon. Denilson moved to Europe in 1998 for a recordfee of 32M euro. Real Betis was the happy club where he signed. The left-sided midfielder has won the Confederations Cup and the Worldcup 2002 with Brazil. He has spend seven years in the Primera Division with a short loan period to Flamengo in 2000.

    Bordeaux president Jean-Louis Triaud is very happy to announce the signing of the Brazilian star. The directors did already a giant loan deal in earlier seasons with the signings of stars Savio and Celades. Denilson is keen to swap clubs because he is not featuring in the plans of his Spanish coach Serra Ferrer anymore. The Brazilian wants to be in the picture for the coming Worldcup in Germany.
     
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    Good for L1! (Y)
     
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    HEY Bertrand, u have any pics of the Devils and the Ultrasmarines from the Monaco game?WHat was that white powder they let loose on the stadium, smoke pots or wat?Anyways if u have pics post them in my ultras thread plz. :)
     
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    Goalless result against Strasbourg

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    The debut match of Brazilian signing Denilson ended in a 0-0 draw. The away match in Strasbourg brought just one point home, but brought the Bordelais on a shared second place together with Lens and PSG. Lyon is leading with 3 points difference. Denilson came in the field with substituting U21 starlet Julien Faubert in late second half.

    Racing Club Strasbourg - Girondins de Bordeaux 0-0

    Saturday August 27, 2005 - D1 Matchday 5

    Attendance: 20.411
    Referee: B. Coué

    Yellow cards: Si. Keita (16'), Cassard (90') from Strasbourg; Faubert (6'), Br. Cheyrou (25'), Jemmali (78') from Bordeaux

    Line-up:

    Strasbourg :
    Cassard - Lacour, Haggui, Kante, Boka - Johansen, Hosni, Si. Keita, A. Farnerud (Le Pen 65') - Pagis (cap), Gmamdia (Arrache 77')

    Bordeaux :
    Ramé (cap) - Jemmali, Planus, Afanou, Jurietti - Faubert (Denilson 82' :rockman: ), Fernando, Mavuba, Br. Cheyrou (Smicer 74') - Laslandes, Darcheville (Perea 63')

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    Results Matchday 5
    Auxerre-Lyon : 0-2
    Paris SG-Nice : 1-2
    Nancy-Rennes : 6-0
    Le Mans-Troyes : 1-0
    Marseille-Ajaccio : 1-1
    Monaco-Lens : 0-0
    Lille-Toulouse : 0-0
    Saint-Étienne-Sochaux : 0-0
    Nantes-Metz : 0-0
    Strasbourg-Bordeaux : 0-0


    Bordeaux after Matchday 5
    Marseille - Bordeaux ==> 0-2
    Bordeaux - Nancy ==> 1-0
    Auxerre - Bordeaux ==> 1-0 :nape:
    Bordeaux - Monaco ==> 1-0
    Strasbourg - Bordeaux ==> 0-0
     
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    The first goal of Denilson

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    Brazilian signing Denilson has scored his first goal in Marine and Blanc in the friendly against Chateauroux. The friendly match was arranged in the period between the competition matches where the internationals were played. Mavuba, Faubert, Smicer and Chamakh were on international duty and the rest of the players were in Ricardo's selection. A lot of players debuted in the line-up. Henrique played his first match in central defence. However, his debut was short getting injured in early first half. The attack consists also of new faces with the South-Americans Perea and Denilson starting the match.

    Chateauroux - Girondins Bordeaux 0-1

    September 2, 2005 - Friendly

    Goal: Denilson (31')

    Bordeaux line-up:

    Ramé - Jurietti, Jemmali, Henrique, Marange - Alonso, Francia, Cheyrou, Fernando - Perea and Denilson
     
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    Lens and Bordeaux draw in clash of styles
    September 11, 2005


    Racing Lens missed an opportunity to move into second place in Ligue 1 when they were held to a 1-1 home draw by Girondins Bordeaux in a clash a styles on Sunday.

    Lens, who have scored more goals than any other team this season, kept trying but managed to breach Bordeaux's tight defence only once when Gabon striker Daniel Cousin equalised from inside the box in the 30th minute. That goal was only the second conceded by Bordeaux this season.

    Girondins de Bordeaux had opened the scoring in the 29th minute, Morocco striker Marouane Chamakh following up after a shot by former Liverpool midfielder Vladimir Smicer bounced off the post.

    Bordeaux lie in fifth place, five points behind leaders Olympique Lyon.


    Racing Club Lens - Girondins de Bordeaux 1-1 :hump:

    Sunday, September 11, 2005 - D1 Matchday

    Referee: Mr. Kalt

    Goals:
    Cousin (30') for Lens;
    Chamakh (28') for Bordeaux

    Yellow cards:
    Cousin (54') from Lens;
    Planus (31’), Cheyrou (38’), Jemmali (73’) from Bordeaux

    Line-up:

    Lens: Itandje, Assou Ekotto, Coulibaly, Hilton, Demont, Leroy, Keita, Thomert (Diarra, 45’), Jussie, Cousin, Aruna.

    Bordeaux: Ramé - Jemmali, Planus, Afanou, Jurietti - Cheyrou, Mavuba, Smicer, Denilson - Darcheville (Perea, 66’) and Chamakh
     
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    Wiltord gives tired Lyon a 1-1 draw at Bordeaux
    September 17, 2005

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    A second half strike by former Bordelais Sylvain Wiltord gave Olympique Lyon a 1-1 draw at Girondins Bordeaux in a top of Ligue 1 match on Saturday.

    Lyon extended their unbeaten run to seven games since the start of the season and have 17 points, four more than Paris St Germain who visit St Etienne on Sunday. Bordeaux are on 12.

    The French title holders looked tired four days after their stylish 3-0 Champions League victory over Real Madrid.

    Bordeaux, who have title ambitions, went in front thanks to a superb goal from Czech international Vladimir Smicer in the seventh minute. The former Liverpool player beat two Lyon defenders and fired the ball home from 18 metres, leaving goalkeeper Gregory Coupet no chance.

    Lyon had to wait until the 64th minute for the equaliser from Wiltord who volleyed home a cross by defender Anthony Reveillere.

    A possible Bordeaux winner from substitute midfielder Fernando 12 minutes from time was ruled offside.

    "It was a tough match. We lacked consistency during the first half but we played much better after the interval," said Lyon coach Gerard Houllier. "They were physically in a better shape than we were so I'm pleased with the draw here. We had to fight for it but I would say it's deserved."

    Bordeaux's Brazilian coach Ricardo said: "We should have won. I'm not sure the offside decision was right. We should have scored a second goal." He added: "They hardly had a chance to score while we dominated for most of the match. Now we must be more efficient up front."


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    Girondins de Bordeaux - Olympique de Lyon 1-1 :nape:

    Saturday September 17, 2005 - D1 Matchday 7

    Attendance: 32020

    Referee: Mr. Derrien :kader:

    Goals:
    Smicer (7') for Bordeaux;
    Wiltord (65') for Lyon

    Yellow cards:
    Jurietti (57’) and Jemmali (79’) from Bordeaux;
    Juninho (29’), Berthod (47’), Clément (54’), Réveillère (57’), Monsoreau (78’), Fred (83’) from Lyon.

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    Line-up:

    Bordeaux: Ramé – Jemmali, Afanou, Planus, Jurietti – Smicer (Faubert 86’), Mavuba, Cheyrou (Fernando 70’), Denilson – Darcheville (Perea 88’), Chamakh

    Lyon: Coupet – Réveillère, Cris, Monsoreau, Berthod – Govou (Tiago 62’), Clément (Wiltord 62’), Diarra, Juninho, Malouda (Fred 62’) – Carew


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    Again a competition draw
    September 22, 2005

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    In mid-week, the Girondins played against Stade Rennes an away match. 2-2 was the final result. Bordeaux climbed two spots to reach fifth place.

    Vladimir Smicer put the visitors ahead in the fourth minute on a penalty kick. Rennes' Kim Kallstrom made it 1-1 when he headed in a corner in the 30th. Marouane Chamakh headed Bordeaux back into the lead in the 51st on a perfect cross from David Jemmali. But Olivier Monterrubio equalized again in the 60th.


    Stade Rennes - Girondins de Bordeaux 2-2

    Wednesday September 21, 2005 - D1 Matchday 8

    Attendance: 25000
    Referee: Mr. Malige
    Goals:
    Kallström (29’), Monterrubio (60’) for Rennes;
    Smicer (4’), Chamakh (52’) for Bordeaux

    Yellow cards:
    Kallstrom (20') from Rennes;
    Fernando (24’), Chamakh (58’) from Bordeaux


    Line-up:

    Rennes:
    Isaksson – Perrier-Doumbé, Ouaddou, Faty, Edman – Jeunechamp (Adailton, 83’), E.Didot (Gourcuff, 79’), Källström, Monterrubio, Utaka (Hadji, 77’) – Frei.

    Bordeaux:
    Ramé – Jemmali, Planus, Afanou, Jurietti – Faubert, Fernando, Mavuba, Smicer (Darcheville, 84’) – Perea (Laslandes, 73’), Chamakh (Denilson, 73’).
     
      

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