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Mkbw50

Women's Football 2019 FIFA World Cup Qualification

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Mkbw50    87

2019 FIFA Women's World Cup

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Competition Details
City

:FRA Lyon  :FRA

:FRA Grenoble :FRA

:FRA Paris :FRA

:FRA Le Havre :FRA

:FRA Nice :FRA

:FRA Reims :FRA

:FRA Montpellier :FRA

:FRA Rennes :FRA

:FRA Valenciennes :FRA

Dates June 7th - July 7th, 2019
Venue

Stade de Lyon (Lyon)

Stade des Alpes (Grenoble)

Parc des Princes (Paris)

Stade Océane (Le Havre)

Stade de Nice (Nice)

Stade Auguste-Delaune (Reims)

Stade de la Mosson (Montpellier)

Roazhon Park (Rennes)

Stade du Hainaut (Valenciennes)

Website http://www.fifa.com/womensworldcup/index.html

 

Qualified Nations (1/24)

:FRA France

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Mkbw50    87

:ENG 6-0 :RUS

It was an amazing performance, and Russia were poor. Parris runs to hug Mark Sampson as she makes it 1-0 with the whole team as a way of defending him against the racism allegations.

Next day he is sacked, apparently unrelated to the racism thing but because of "safeguarding allegations" from 2014 "having full details revealed" (Daily Mail have taken this to mean he was a nonce, cheers lads)... hmmm... seems legit.

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heywoodu    1,114

What's up with teams having already played 2 matches, while other teams in the same group haven't played one match yet? Someone didn't finish their online course in basic scheduling? 

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Henry_Leon    83
4 hours ago, heywoodu said:

What's up with teams having already played 2 matches, while other teams in the same group haven't played one match yet? Someone didn't finish their online course in basic scheduling? 

 

For Women's football there aren't a scheduled rounds, only the date are scheduled (Fifa/Uefa date). list of matches are an agreement between the Federations (ratified by Uefa). Only the last round will play in the same day.

 

The group of Italy (group six) is a perfect example for the "random scheduled" : the 3rd match of :ITA  will be against :ROU this is their 2nd leg (1st won 1-0 by Italy)  instead :POR will debut in October, and will play at home three matches in-a-row; different situation for :MDA : this year will play away all four matches!!!

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Henry_Leon    83

Positive debut for :ITA  with 2 won (with :MDA and  :ROU )  other two matches in 2017 will play against :ROU  and :POR 

 

Scheduled for  2018 the decisive matches against :BEL maybe "our opponent" for the direct qualifying......

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heywoodu    1,114
2 hours ago, Henry_Leon said:

 

For Women's football there aren't a scheduled rounds, only the date are scheduled (Fifa/Uefa date). list of matches are an agreement between the Federations (ratified by Uefa). Only the last round will play in the same day.

 

The group of Italy (group six) is a perfect example for the "random scheduled" : the 3rd match of :ITA  will be against :ROU this is their 2nd leg (1st won 1-0 by Italy)  instead :POR will debut in October, and will play at home three matches in-a-row; different situation for :MDA : this year will play away all four matches!!!

That's such a bit of 'bullshit'...I sort of understand people taking women's football less serious when something basic like the scheduling is of such a low level. Come on, it can't be that hard. Step up the game to the level of men's World Cup qualifying.. 

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