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  1. Thanks mate Been very busy recently with other things so I haven't had time to add anything to here, but I will be soon.
  2. 11 JUNE 2019 Michael O'Neill must be absolutely terrified tonight. Three days after they were comprehensively beaten by the Netherlands at home, Northern Ireland now not only have to travel away from home, but it's also against a little side called Germany. The Olympiastadion, where they actually play in this universe, is surely not gonna be kind to the Iron (there will be creases in their defence), and considering this is a Germany team who won 7-0 the other day, I wouldn't be betting against Die Mannschaft tonight. The Netherlands, meanwhile, have a slightly easier challenge as they tak
  3. 10 JUNE 2019 When Wales are beating the likes of Croatia and Slovakia (tell me something I don't know), you know they're a serious threat. Ryan Giggs has worked wonders at a Welsh side who came so close to going to Russia last year, and they've already started like Will Grigg's house on fire. Tonight they travel to Budapest hungry for yet another win against, er, Hungary. If Wales do win tonight, both Croatia and Slovakia can take advantage in a battle of two countries who definitely exist. Scotland, on the other hand, face Kazakhstan tonight. If they can beat San Marino, sure
  4. 9 JUNE 2019 The last time England played Montenegro, they ran out 4-1 winners thanks to goals from Wayne Rooney, Daniel Sturridge and even Andros Townsend. That shows how much has changed since these two have met. No longer do the Three Lions have to rely on Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka in defence, and no longer does anyone expect Montenegro to give it to them. These two have only played twice so far - England winning both, Montenegro Czeching themselves after they wrecked themselves against the Republic, and to predict anything other than a comfortable victory at Wembley would be a
  5. 8 JUNE 2019 Third night, more managerial shifts. Luciano Spalletti has gone to KRC Genk, and Massimiliano Allegri has ended up at the Allianz Arena, which I'm not sure was his preferred destination if I'm honest. It's still one of the best teams in the world he's at, though. Anyway, the final Home Nation plays tonight, and so far we have had four out of four record victories - ranging from the glorious (Ireland and Wales) to the narrow (England) to the frankly desperate (Scotland). But when the Netherlands are travelling to Windsor Park, coming off a 5-0 win over Belarus, and
  6. 7 JUNE 2019 Howay, it's day two! Just a quick update on some of the club dealings - Mainz 05 of the Bundesliga have appointed Michael Laudrup as manager, who unfortunately missed a chance for me to make a half-arsed Euro pun, while Leyton Orient fans, you have the slightly less glamorous Paul Trollope in charge. I'm sorry. Oh, and you know Roberto Di Matteo, Champions League winner, one of the Italian greats of the 90s? He's at Hearts, whose fans co-incidentally will have had a heart attack at the news. Anyway, Group B sees four out of five teams on three points already, with
  7. Cheers mate And don't worry, there's much more bad puns and musical references on the way
  8. 6 JUNE 2019 Right, so now that boring admin stuff is out of the way, we can get on with the first match reports of this experiment. The European Qualifiers so far, as you can see, have sprung up a few surprises - now I'm all for Wales doing well as the next Welshman, but beating World Cup semi-finalists Croatia away? Come on, Football Manager... Incidentally, the UEFA Champions League Final happened 5 days ago, the Women's World Cup hasn't even happened yet, there is no sign of anything ruining Earth, and Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber are at number one with 'I Don't Care'. It's
  9. 26 MARCH 2019 EURO 2020 QUALIFYING GROUP STAGE Group B Lithuania - 0 Ukraine - 1 Serbia - 3 Luxembourg - 0 GROUP B P W D L F A GD PTS 1. Serbia 1 1 0 0 3 0 3 3 2. Portugal 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 3 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  10. 25 MARCH 2019 EURO 2020 QUALIFYING GROUP STAGE Group A Czech Republic - 2 Montenegro - 0 Kosovo - 1 Bulgaria - 2 GROUP A P W D L F A GD PTS 1. Bulgaria 2 2 0 0 4 2 2 6 2. England 1 1 0 0 4 0 4 3 -----------------------------------------------------------------------
  11. 24 MARCH 2019 EURO 2020 QUALIFYING GROUP STAGE Group C Estonia - 0 Northern Ireland - 1 Netherlands - 5 Belarus - 0 GROUP C P W D L F A GD PTS 1. Netherlands 2 1 0 1 5 1 4 3 2. Germany 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  12. 23 MARCH 2019 EURO 2020 QUALIFYING GROUP STAGE Group B Luxembourg - 0 Lithuania - 1 Ukraine - 0 Portugal - 2 GROUP B P W D L F A GD PTS 1. Portugal 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 3 2. Lithuania 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  13. 22 MARCH 2019 EURO 2020 QUALIFYING GROUP STAGE Group A Bulgaria - 2 Czech Republic - 1 England - 4 Kosovo - 0 GROUP A P W D L F A GD PTS 1. England 1 1 0 0 4 0 4 3 2. Bulgaria 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 3 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  14. 21 MARCH 2019 Okay. So later on in the year, I will be doing match reports to go along with the results in the qualifiers, but since the game has already simulated the first batch of matches, I'll just be listing them to set the scene. Quite simple this, no build up, no analysis, just a proportionate amount of statistics that you can choose to ignore if you want. Here we go. EURO 2020 QUALIFYING GROUP STAGE Group C Belarus - 0 Estonia - 0 Germany - 1 Netherlands - 0 GROUP C P W D L
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