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International round-up (24-25/03/07)

International round-up (24-25/03/07)

With no Barclays Premiership match for Pompey this weekend we had to settle for a full international programme. How did results go?

Saturday, 24/03/07
Albania 0-0 Slovenia
Croatia 2-1 FYR Macedonia
Cyprus 1-3 Slovakia
Czech Republic 1-2 Germany
Estonia 0-2 Russia
Faroe Islands 0-2 Ukraine
Greece 1-4 Turkey
Israel 0-0 England
Kazakhstan 2-1 Serbia
Liechtenstein 1-4 Northern Ireland
Lithuania 0-1 France
Luxembourg 1-2 Belarus
Moldova 1-1 Malta
Netherlands 0-0 Romania
Norway 1-2 Bosnia-Herzegovina
Poland 5-0 Azerbaijan
Portugal 4-0 Belgium
Rep of Ireland 1-0 Wales
Scotland 2-1 Georgia
Spain 2-1 Denmark
Brazil 4-0 Chile
China PR 0-2 Australia
Japan 2-0 Peru
Montenegro 2-1 Hungary
South Korea 0-2 Uruguay


Sunday, 25/03/07
Colombia 3-1 Switzerland
Costa Rica 4-0 New Zealand
USA 3-1 Ecuador


I wasted 90 minutes of my life I will never get back by watching another poor England performance. Now we have to go through all this again during the week, roll on Saturday. I am starting to really hate these international breaks, just want Pompey to be able to get on with it!

My predication (more hopefully than anything else) of an England win was wrong. Predictions for Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Scotland victories were right though.

PLAY UP POMPEY!


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Monday March 26 2007
Time: 5:37PM

Comments

0
Dull, dull, very dull.
storagematt
26/03/2007 20:34:00
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It was awful wasn't it storagematt... actually that is probably doing a dis-service to the word awful... What a waste of a week would much rather have had Pompey playing in stead...
pompeyrug
26/03/2007 21:46:00
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Croatia win against FYR Macedonia 2:1, Niko Kranjcar played all game and he did it very well.... he played on the left side but with freedom in play with many runs foward
andy croat 27
27/03/2007 14:06:00
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I'm hoping we will see Niko start again at the weekend from the sounds of it he played well... Had a decent game against Reading so think he deserves a start this week...
pompeyrug
27/03/2007 23:40:00
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I don't think it matters how many goals England beat Andorra by, McClaren will still be getting bad press. The Andorrans are bound to play a highly defensive game, and will be tough to break down. I'm not sure we'll score that many and I think the game could be highly frustrating. all the better that its live on Sky as that will spare most of the nation having to watch it.
The Rabbi
28/03/2007 11:02:00
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