My Weblog: kutahya web tasarim umraniye elektrikci uskudar elektrikci umraniye elektrikci istanbul elektrikci satis egitimi cekmekoy elektrikci uskudar kornis montaj umraniye kornis montaj atasehir elektrikci beykoz elektrikci

The first ever Ethiopian side to reach the Confederation Cup last eight, St. George entertains its Malian counterpart, Stade Malien de Bamako, today for the group opening match. Playmaker Shimeles Bekele is suspended from the line up for two yellow card offences. Adane Girma and Oumed Oukri are expected to spearhead the strike force.
Although it missed out on the historic Champions League quarterfinal stage, throwing away a home advantage to Egyptian giant Zamalek, St. George managed to make history by ousting another Egyptian side, Engineering Petroleum Process Industries (ENPPI), on the away-goal rule to reach the Confederation Cup last eight.
Finishing as Premier League runner up, the Saints are determined to go all the way through to the Cup final. Coach Michael Kruger is working quite hard to find the right formula to win in front of the home crowd. Although he had a tiring and busy schedule throughout the season, a win at home is what football fans are expecting from him at today’s showdown. All squad members are available, except playmaker Shimeles Bekele, for the big clash today. Shimeles has already signed a contract with the Libyan side Al Ittihad and will not don The Horse Men’ s yellow jersey anymore, while Oumed, who is also trying out at a Libyan club, is expected to appear for today’s match. Goalkeeper of the season, Ugandan international Odunkara, will be at his usual post; with Degu Debebe, Biyadgelign Elias, Abebaw Butako and Alula Girma are the back four. Yared Zinabu, in-form defensive midfielder Tesfaye Alebachew, Yonatan Berhanu and the Ghanian William are in midfield with the burden of scoring resting on Adane Girma, still short of match fitness, paired with Oumed Oukri or Fitsum G/ Hiwot.