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Football 2017 Discussion Thread

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38 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

 

- UEFA changes the date and let's the match be played on 3 March

 

You mean May? :d Champions league will be played on that date, so I clearly doubt it, maybe if they put it in 18:00 CET or something like that.

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5 minutes ago, crovitlaci said:

 

You mean May? :d Champions league will be played on that date, so I clearly doubt it, maybe if they put it in 18:00 CET or something like that.

Yes, I mean May :d 

 

I'm 99% sure 18:00 isn't gonna be an option, since 20:00 is the main moment of 4 May here and no way they'll let a match start only two hours before that :p 

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On 21/4/2017 at 13:21, heywoodu said:

Meaning we've got a problem. The first match is scheduled to be played in Amsterdam on 4 May, but the mayor of Amsterdam already said this week that he won't let Ajax play at home on that day because it's the national 'Death Remembrance Day'. There are basically two possible solutions:

 

- UEFA changes the order and let's the first match be played in Lyon, which would be unfair because then you're giving Ajax the advantage of playing at home in the 2nd match

- UEFA changes the date and let's the match be played on 3 March

 

The first leg SF Ajax Vs Lyon will be played Wednesday 3 May, at 18:45 CEST :yes

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The FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 qualifying group stage draw has been made , The seven group winners will qualify to join France in the finals.

The playoff  between the four runners-up with the best records will decide the Europe's last qualifier.

 

The draw
Group 1: England, Russia, Wales, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan

Group 2: Switzerland, Scotland, Poland, Belarus, Albania

Group 3: Norway, Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, Slovakia, Northern Ireland

Group 4: Sweden, Denmark, Ukraine, Hungary, Croatia

Group 5: Germany, Iceland, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Faroe Islands

Group 6: Italy, Belgium, Romania, Portugal, Moldova

Group 7: Spain, Austria, Finland, Serbia, Israel

 

We will have a lot of "derby" in these qualifying.......;)  Not bad  Italy group, but also, won't be easy. Win the group is the our target !! :fingers:

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:champion:  PACHUCA :MEX  won the Concacaf Champions League, with a 1-0 win over Tigres (2-1 on aggregate).

 

This is their fifth title, and they became the first team to qualify for this year's FIFA Club World Cup (UAE 2017)

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An incredible statistic: Diego Alves GK of Valencia has saved 24 out of 50 penalties in his career (and two more were missed) :yikes:50% effectiveness. Today he saved one of Cristiano.

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