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Henry_Leon    111


The last four EURO 2020 places will be won through the European Qualifiers play-offs, which will take place in March 2020 and which will be contested by the 16 UEFA Nations League group winners. (4 winner of league A , 4 winner League B, 4 winner League C and 4 winner League D)

If a group winner has already qualified via the European Qualifiers, then their spot will go to the next best-ranked team in their league


The European Qualifiers for UEFA EURO 2020  (March -November 2019) will be ten groups with the top two teams in each group qualifying automatically (20 place), and the other 4 places being awarded to European Qualifiers play-off winners, in which the 16 group winners of the UEFA Nations League will be in contention.



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vlad    32
Acum 2 minute, heywoodu a spus:

Because you liked the name? Or what kind of inside info did you have? :p 

Haha no :p I wanted to bet on them because the football in that part of the world is unpredictable and everything can happen :d

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heywoodu    1,899

Luckily Germany and France will have tired legs from the World Cup, we should be able to steamroll right over them, I'm going for 3-0, 4-0, 3-1 and 5-0 wins :cool:

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thepharoah    153

Chapecoense call for Nacional Copa Libertadores ban


Chapecoense have asked South American football governing body CONMEBOL to ban Uruguay's Nacional from this year's Copa Libertadores after some of their fans mocked the 2016 plane crash that devastated the Brazilian club.

Several Nacional supporters made gestures referring to the tragedy during Nacional's 1-0 victory at Chapecoense's Conda Arena in a Copa Libertadores qualifier on Wednesday.

In a statement on Friday, Chapecoense said the request was based on competition rules that hold clubs responsible for fans who "attack human dignity."

It asked CONMBEOL, which is investigating the alleged incidents, to make a ruling ahead of next Wednesday's second leg in Montevideo.

Nacional have apologized for the fan behaviour and said two club members were now banned from stadiums.

Seventy-one people died - including 19 Chapecoense players and all of the club's coaching staff - when their LaMia chartered flight ran out of fuel and slammed into a mountain near Medellin in November 2016. There were six survivors.

The accident occurred just days before Chapecoense and Colombia's Atletico Nacional were due to play in the first leg of the Copa Sudamericana final in Medellin.

Chapecoense were later named winners of South America's second most important tournament at the request of Atletico Nacional.

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NikolaB    147

Albania's Skanderbeu Faces UEFA Ban for Match Fixing

UEFA's disciplinary body has called for a 10-year ban and 1 million euro fine against top Albanian football team Skenderbeu over alleged match fixing.


Skenderbeu has won five championships since 2011 in Albania and qualified for the UEFA Champions League beyond the preliminary phase in 2015, becoming the first Albanian team to achieve such a feat.

The system flagged about 50 matches played by Skenderbeu since 2010, making this team the champion in terms of the number of matches suspected of fraud.


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