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Asociación Civil Minervén Fútbol Club print that page

teams Aragua  · Atlético El Vigía  · Carabobo  · Caracas  · Centro Italo Venezolano  · Deportivo Anzoátegui  · Deportivo Italia  · Deportivo Lara  · Deportivo Táchira  · Estudiantes de Mérida  · Llaneros  · Mineros de Guayana  · Monagas  

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/25 8:34:15

2005–06 in Venezuelan football print that page

The following article presents a summary of the 2005-06 football season in Venezuela . Contents 1 Torneo Apertura ("Opening" Tournament) 2 Torneo Clausura ("Closing" Tournament) 3 "Championship" playoff 4 Aggregate Table 5 External links [ edit ] Torneo Apertura ("Opening

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/26 8:50:49

Maracaibo print that page

Maracaibomontage

Maracaibo is nicknamed La Tierra del Sol Amada ("The Beloved Land of the Sun"). Contents 1 Etymology 2 History 2.1 Foundation 2.2 Pirates' Attacks 2.3 Independence era 2.4 Isolation period 2.5 Building of the bridge 2.6 Modern times 2.6.1 Perspective 3 Local

RCTV print that page

RCTV_Internacional

On 27 May 2007, RCTV made headlines when the Government of Venezuela decided not to renew their radio broadcast license for what it said was the station's role in the 2002 coup which briefly overthrew Venezuela's democratically elected government. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] The Supreme Court of Justice

El Observador print that page

El_Observador

company remained in Venezuela, which was a little less than two years. [ edit ] El Observador Venezolano When The Creole Oil Company moved to CVTV, they took two very important things from RCTV: one was El Observador Creole and the other was its host Francisco Amado Pernía. This loss

Caracas Fútbol Club print that page

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They are nicknamed Los Rojos del Ávila , or the "Reds from Ávila". This refers to their red jerseys as well as Cerro El Ávila , a mountain near Caracas. Contents 1 History 1.1 Early Years 1.2 Turmoil in the First Division 1.3 Success in the First Division 2 Colors and

Estudiantes de Mérida Fútbol Club print that page

The club Estudiantes de Mérida Fútbol Club (usually called Estudiantes de Mérida , or simply Estudiantes ) is a professional football club of the Venezuelan league , based in Mérida , Venezuela . It has perfor­med well in both national and international competitions, like Copa Libertadores

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/26 18:22:08

Primera División Venezolana print that page

The Primera División Venezolana ( Venezuelan First Division ), or Liga Venezolana ( Venezuelan League ) is the top-flight professional football league of Venezuela . It was created in 1921 and turned professional in 1957. It's organized by the Federación Venezolana de Fútbol and from

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/27 2:12:08

2004–05 in Venezuelan football print that page

The following article presents a summary of the 2004 - 05 football season in Venezuela . Contents 1 Torneo Apertura ("Opening" Tournament) 2 Torneo Clausura ("Closing" Tournament) 3 Aggregate Table 4 Venezuela national team 5 References 6 External links [ edit ] Torneo

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/24 23:26:15

Deportivo Táchira Fútbol Club print that page

In 1970 , Italian -born Gaetano Greco founded in San Cristóbal an amateur club called Juventus, named after the famous Italian club . In 1974 , Greco noticed that there was no professional football club in Táchira , so he decided to start a club based on the amateur Juventus club. On 11

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/25 16:45:11