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  1. The draw for the Euros qualifying proper has been made. It's the first time we've been 4th seeds and the first time we've ended up in one of these 6 team groups. We have Croatia (11th), Serbia (12th), Wales (47th), Latvia (147th) and San Marino (210th) In terms of ranking with Croatia and Serbia both quite high up it looks like it could be a tricky one, but at the same time in Latvia we have a side we can have competitive games and with and San Marino a side we should be beating in both games, with the other 3 sides giving us a chance to test ourselves against stronger oppositi
  2. I played the strongest available side in the game at home to Azerbaijan, with Diego Buckhard missing out due to an injury. A fantastic 4-0 win, that saw a Sven-John hat-trick and a late Andreas Elkuch goal. Top of the table which means we guarantee ourselves a place in the Euro 2104 Playoffs and of course get promoted as well.
  3. Gibraltar showed absolutely nothing in the first game to suggest I couldn't go with a 2nd string side again this time, so I did, giving a debut to young keeper Matthias Frick to tie him up to the cause. He doesn't look that good, although with Mario Marock - YP4 (the guy who just went to Leipzig) currently on the Swiss books, there is no standout keeper replacement when Kaua Schindler calls it a day. My current hope is Marock isn't good enough for Switzerland and when we get to that point I can just take him anyway. A 3-0 win, with a good performance all round from the
  4. A few noteworthy injuries for our final Nations League meet. Kaua Schindler picked up an injury in training that put him out for the rest of the calendar year, so he will miss both games in goal. Lucas Brunhart misses out through injury again, although at this point I think I might just keep Elkuch in the squad over him anyway. Christian Matt and Sandro Frick back inat left back, with Sven Buchel and Martin Zurbuchen also returning. Fabio Wenzel still missing at CM though.
  5. A few changes due to fitness issues for the all important game with Lithuania in Vilnius. A huge win as we come from behind to beat them! Schadler and Sven-John with the goals. In a fantastic position with Gibraltar and Azerbaijan at home left...
  6. A largely 2nd choice lineup for the game with Cuba. Peter Kaiser picked up a silly red card just before half-time, but substitute striker Ralph Schadler popped up with a brilliant match winner late on despite the numerical disadvantage.
  7. Our next international action saw a friendly with Cuba, before further Nations Leagues games with Azerbaijan and Lithuania. Christian Matt out at left back, as is his deputy Sandro Frick, so a return for Seb Meyer and Martin Nigg keeps his place in the squad after only being in for Frick in the last round of fixtures. Lucas Brunhart injured again, so Andreas Elkuch in again. Fabio Wenzel picked up an injury, which meant a return for Moritz Schaan as both Moritz's are in the squad once more. Dario Ospelt, one of the most recent youth prospects, was only called up last ti
  8. The summer window at Vaduz saw us sell a few players, most noteworthy two of the best players who have come through our Academy. Caglar of course had the release clause and went to Xamax for £30m, but we also lost Mario Marock, an exciting young keeper who has declared for Switzerland. He was a bright prospect and had a lot of interest this summer, ultimately going to RB Leipzig for £12M. Not bad money for someone who has only started 1 league game for us. Andreas Walter is a bright young CM I signed last season who has looked decent, but he had interest from United, Chelsea and Cel
  9. Got a bit far ahead of myself so missing a few screenshots for the first set of internationals of the new season. Our first game saw an away trip to Gibraltar: I didn't expect too much trouble so I went with a mostly 2nd string side. A nice 3-0 win to start the Nations League campaign.
  10. A return of the drubbings as we beat the Georgian side 10-0 on aggregate. We have Sassuolo in the Playoff, a tough test for a spot in the Group Stage.
  11. Opava gave us a bit of a scare in the first leg with a 0-0, but we smashed them 5-0 in the return leg. Torpedo Kutaisi of Georgia await in the 3rd round, which seems quite good going for a Georgian side.
  12. Ujpest of Hungary seemed quite a decent side for a 1st round qualifier, so we didn't have the 10-0s you sometimes see, but we still won comfortably. Opava of the Czech Republic next.
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