Euro 2004 --- Oct 11 [R]

Discussion in 'UEFA and Europe' started by kevbrunton, Oct 7, 2003.

  1. kevbrunton

    kevbrunton New Member

    Feb 27, 2001
    Edwardsburg, MI
    Chicago Fire
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Group 1
    Cyprus v. Slovenia
    France v. Israel

    Group 2
    Norway v. Luxembourg
    Bosnia-Herzegovina v. Denmark

    Group 3
    Austria v. Czech Republic
    Netherlands v. Moldova

    Group 4
    Sweden v. Latvia
    Hungary v. Poland

    Group 5
    Scotland v. Lithuania
    Germany v. Iceland

    Group 6
    Greece v. Northern Ireland
    Armenia v. Spain

    Group 7
    Turkey v. England
    Liechtenstein v. Slovakia

    Group 8
    Croatia v. Bulgaria
    Belgium v. Estonia

    Group 9
    Italy v. Azerbaijan
    Wales v. Serbia and Montenegro

    Group 10
    Russia v. Georgia
    Switzerland v. Republic of Ireland

    A good writeup on the possible results is located here -- Europe's day of reckoning
  2. Rustu

    Rustu New Member

    Aug 3, 2003
    Turkey & England

    it's like a final...

    ref is collina...

    but Turkey is going to kick some ass..
  3. SoccerFan8270

    SoccerFan8270 New Member

    Oct 7, 2003
    Yeah...that is going to be a great game...Go Turkey!
  4. markdickson

    markdickson New Member

    May 7, 2001
    Dumfries, Scotland
    On the field or streets around the ground? ;)
  5. desertfox2

    desertfox2 Member

    Jul 18, 2000
    Trenton, NJ
    Matches in progress:

    Norway 0-0 Luxembourg (8th min)
    Bosnia-Herz 0-0 Denmark (8th min)

    Austria 0-1 Czech Rep. (50th min)

    Hungary 1-1 Poland (50th min)
    Sweden 0-1 Latvia (50th min)

    Germany 1-0 Iceland (50th min)
    Scotland 0-0 Lithuania (50th min)

    Greece 0-0 Northern Ireland (8th min)
    Armenia 0-0 Spain (8th min)

    Russia 1-1 Georgia (38th min)
    Switzerland 1-0 Rep. of Ireland (38th min)
  6. desertfox2

    desertfox2 Member

    Jul 18, 2000
    Trenton, NJ
    Results so far:

    Austria 2-3 Czech Rep.

    Hungary 1-2 Poland
    Sweden 0-1 Latvia

    Latvia stuns Sweden today with this 1:0 victory on the road and have clinched second place and are now into the playoffs. This is Sweden's first loss in a major qualifying campaign since 1997. Poland and Hungary are eliminated.

    Germany 3-0 Iceland
    Scotland 1-0 Lithuania

    Germany does the expected and wins the group. Scotland gets a late goal by the youngster Fletcher and jumps into second and will be in the playoffs.

    Matches in progress:

    Cyprus 0-1 Slovenia (41st min)

    Bosnia-Herz 1-1 Denmark (53rd min)
    Norway 1-0 Luxembourg (53rd min)

    Armenia 0-1 Spain (53rd min)
    Greece 0-0 Northern Ireland (53rd min)

    Turkey 0-0 England (11th min)

    Russia 3-1 Georgia (83rd min)
    Switzerland 2-0 Rep. of Ireland (83rd min)
  7. desertfox2

    desertfox2 Member

    Jul 18, 2000
    Trenton, NJ
    More final results from today:

    Cyprus 2-2 Slovenia

    Bosnia-Herz 1-1 Denmark
    Norway 1-0 Luxembourg

    Bosnia-Herz fell just short of Portugal in 2004 after giving up an early goal and was only able to come back with one when they needed to win. Norway's victory over Luxembourg puts them into the playoffs (in the head-to-head tiebreaker over Romania) and Denmark has won the group and has qualified for the Finals.

    Armenia 0-4 Spain
    Greece 1-0 Northern Ireland

    Although Spain won by four on the road over Armenia, Greece's 1:0 triumph over Northern Ireland at home has clinched first place for the Greeks and now Spain will have to enter the playoffs.

    Russia 3-1 Georgia
    Switzerland 2-0 Rep. of Ireland

    A disappointing ending for the Rep. of Ireland as they are the team that is now eliminated. Switzerland wins the group, and Russia will enter the playoffs.

    Matches in progress:

    France 0-0 Israel (12th min)

    Holland 0-0 Moldova (27th min)

    Turkey 0-0 England (90th min)
    Liechtenstein 0-1 Slovakia (HT)

    Croatia 0-0 Bulgaria (42nd min)
    Belgium 0-0 Estonia (42nd min)

    Italy 0-0 Azerbaijan (12th min)
    Wales 0-1 Serbia and Montenegro (12th min)
  8. Sildegil

    Sildegil New Member

    May 15, 2002
    Half-Time : France 3 - Israel 0

    Goal from Henry, Trezeguet, Boumsong.

    Amazing second goal.
  9. Prenn

    Prenn Member

    Apr 14, 2000
    Northern Ireland
    Bolton Wanderers FC
    Nat'l Team:
    FT Turkey 0-0 England, a great win for the Turks as predicted by many in Turkey and at Bigsoccer....

  10. paulocesar

    paulocesar Member

    Oct 4, 2000
    I was expecting a lot more from Turkey-England match...people were saying before that it would be the game of the year.... well after watching it, i'd have to say it was the game of the year alright, but for utter crapness!!

    I already sense Euro 2004 will be a dud as far as quality of football. Look at the team's that have already qualified....Greece, Germany, Denmark, Bulgaria, Sweden, England, Italy,...with France, Czech Republic and (maybe) hosts Portugal providing attractive football for the automatic qualifiers.

    Then you've got Wales, Scotland, Latvia, Russia, Slovenia, Croatia and Norway all chasing Turkey, Holland and Spain for the playoff spots. I wouldn't be surprised if one of the latter three would face each other to ensure UEFA's dream of killing attacking minded football.

    Club football 10 times superior to national play. Carry on.
  11. SueB

    SueB New Member

    Mar 23, 1999
    Waterbury, VT
    Italy 4 Azerbaijan 0
  12. SueB

    SueB New Member

    Mar 23, 1999
    Waterbury, VT
    All results are in and these teams have qualified:

    Portugal, France, Denmark, Czech Republic, Sweden, Germany, Greece, England, Bulgaria, Italy, Switzerland.

    And these are the playoff team:

    Slovenia, Norway, Netherlands, Latvia, Scotland, Spain, Turkey, Croatia, Wales, Russia.

    The playoff draw takes place on Monday.
  13. Spartak

    Spartak Member

    Nov 6, 1999
    AC Milan
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Who wants to bet that Spain, the Netherlands, Turkey, Norway, and Croatia don't play each other in the playoffs? I know they say that they won't seed teams but it always seems to work out that the highest ranked teams are seperated from each other.

    Just for the record here are the the teams going into the draw on Monday with thier FIFA rank:
    3 Spain
    7 Netherlands
    8 Turkey
    23 Croatia
    25 Norway
    28 Russia
    33 Slovenia
    53 Wales
    53 Scotland
    73 Latvia
  14. Bauser

    Bauser Member+

    Dec 23, 2000
    Fredrikstad FK
    Norway outclassed mighty Luxembourg 1-0 tonight in Oslo. That's our only goal scored in the last five internationals. Spain, Holland and Turkey. Prepare for hell! ;)
  15. xenaphobia

    xenaphobia New Member

    Aug 5, 2002
    Parts Unknown
    Sweden tanked it against Latvia, helping out their close neighbour

    Sweden's new Foreign Minister is Latvian

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