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The new Aviva stadium looks brilliant though :)

Also; 3-1 to Ireland with over 10 minutes left. Eireann ab?!!!!
 

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While I may be repeating myself,
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European Championship Qualifying


Albania 1-0 Luxembourg
Austria 2-0 Kazakhstan
Belarus 0-0 Romania
Bosnia-Hercegovina 0-2 France
Bulgaria 0-1 Montenegro
Croatia 0-0 Greece
Czech Republic 0-1 Lithuania
Denmark 1-0 Iceland
FYR Macedonia 2-2 Armenia
Georgia 0-0 Israel
Germany 6-1 Azerbaijan
Hungary 2-1 Moldova
Italy 5-0 Faroe Islands
Malta 0-2 Latvia
Netherlands 2-1 Finland
Norway 1-0 Portugal
Rep of Ireland 3-1 Andorra
Russia 0-1 Slovakia
Scotland 2-1 Liechtenstein
Serbia 1-1 Slovenia
Sweden 6-0 San Marino
Switzerland 1-3 England
Turkey 3-2 Belgium

Slovakia gets result of the day, closely followed by Norway.

Two late-ish goals save France from beaucoup merde on the Sport?s pages tomorrow.

Good result for England away in Switzerland, who were the only team in the World Cup to beat Spain this summer.

NORWAY \o/
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EDIT Wednesday:
During the playing of the two national anthems prior to any match, it is a generally accepted standard that the home team fans remain reasonable quiet whilst the away team?s anthem is being played.

Imagine the surprise of the Liechtenstein players and officials, when their anthem played, that the Scottish fans roundly booed and whistled.
Unfortunately for them, their anthem has the same music as the ENGLISH national anthem, which is universally loathed in Scottish football circles.

Today, the Scottish FA has apologised and explained to the Liechtenstein FA officials.

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National coaches are announcing their squads this week, so here are the fixtures for another double-round of matches, the last of the year:

October 8/9
Kazakhstan v Belgium
Austria v Azerbaijan
Germany v Turkey
Armenia v Slovakia
Ireland v Russia
Andorra v Macedonia
Slovenia v Faroe Islands
Serbia v Estonia
Northern Ireland v Italy
Albania v Bosnia
Luxembourg v Belarus
France v Romania
Hungary v San Marino
Moldova v Netherlands
Greece v Latvia
Georgia v Malta
Israel v Croatia
Montenegro v Switzerland
Wales v Bulgaria
Portugal v Denmark
Cyprus v Norway
Spain v Lithuania
Czech Republic v Scotland

October 12
Kazakhstan v Germany
Belgium v Austria
Azerbaijan v Turkey
Armenia v Andorra
Slovakia v Ireland
Macedonia v Russia
Faroe Islands v Northern Ireland
Estonia v Slovenia
Italy v Serbia
Belarus v Albania
France v Luxembourg
Netherlands v Sweden
Finland v Hungary
San Marino v Moldova
Greece v Israel
Latvia v Georgia
Croatia v Malta
England v Montenegro
Switzerland v Wales
Iceland v Portugal
Denmark v Cyprus
Scotland v Spain
Liechtenstein v Czech Republic
 

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European Championship Qualifying


Albania 1-1 Bosnia-Hercegovina
Andorra 0-2 FYR Macedonia
Armenia 3-1 Slovakia
Austria 3-0 Azerbaijan

Cyprus 1-2 Norway
Czech Republic 1-0 Scotland
Georgia 1-0 Malta
Germany 3-0 Turkey

Greece 1-0 Latvia
Hungary 8-0 San Marino
Kazakhstan 0-2 Belgium
Luxembourg 0-0 Belarus

Moldova 0-1 Netherlands
Montenegro 1-0 Switzerland
Northern Ireland 0-0 Italy
Portugal 3-1 Denmark

Rep of Ireland 2-3 Russia
Serbia 1-3 Estonia
Slovenia 5-1 Faroe Islands
Spain 3-1 Lithuania
Wales 0-1 Bulgaria

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Well no major surprises here tonight, except the Estonian away win. Handy away win for Russia, Italy drop a couple of points maybe and Suisse should have got something out of their game.

Anyhoo, congrats to all FG members from the above countries, who got some points from the games and commiserations etc.

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Well our new manager is off to a good start. Lets hope it remains that way...
 

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Well our new manager is off to a good start. Lets hope it remains that way...


Though he did get a lot of help from a _lot_ of very embarrassing, stupid mistakes by some of what are supposed to be our "experienced" players. Christian Poulsen played a terrible match.

It was a deserved win though, it was about time they beat us too, with the player material Portugal has ;)

Anders Lindegaard was very good though, no wonder there's rumours about quite a few big clubs looking at him. Alex Ferguson has frequently been mentioned :)
 

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When was the last time Christian Poulsen played a good game? I think we just have to admit that until we get a proper midfield, we will be fighting with countries like Iceland and Cypress :(
 

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European Championship Qualifying


Armenia 4-0 Andorra
Azerbaijan 1-0 Turkey
Belarus 2-0 Albania
Belgium 4-4 Austria
Denmark 2-0 Cyprus
England 0-0 Montenegro
Estonia 0-1 Slovenia
Faroe Islands 1-1 Northern Ireland
Finland 1-2 Hungary
France 2-0 Luxembourg
FYR Macedonia 0-1 Russia
Greece 2-1 Israel
Iceland 1-3 Portugal Final score
Italy v Serbia Abandoned due to crowd trouble, WTF? :shock:
Kazakhstan 0-3 Germany
Latvia 1-1 Georgia
Liechtenstein 0-2 Czech Republic
Netherlands 4-1 Sweden
San Marino 0-2 Moldova
Scotland 2-3 Spain
Slovakia 1-1 Rep of Ireland
Switzerland 4-1 Wales

England held to a draw with Montenegro! :clap:
That is not a good result for England, well done to FIFA's newest country though!
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