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International round-up (27-29/03/07)

International round-up (27-29/03/07)

No Barclays Premiership match for Pompey this weekend or midweek meant international time. After the weekend we had a midweek programme also. How did results go?

Tuesday, 27/03/07
Brazil 1-0 Ghana
China PR 3-1 Uzbekistan


Wednesday, 28/03/07
Andorra 0-3 England
Azerbaijan 1-0 Finland
Bulgaria 0-0 Albania
Czech Republic 1-0 Cyprus
Georgia 3-1 Faroe Islands
Hungary 1-0 Moldova
Israel 4-0 Estonia
Italy 2-0 Scotland
Liechtenstein 1-0 Latvia
Malta 0-1 Greece
Poland 1-0 Armenia
Rep of Ireland 1-0 Slovakia
Romania 3-0 Luxembourg
Serbia 1-1 Portugal
Slovenia 0-1 Netherlands
Spain 1-0 Iceland
Turkey 2-2 Norway
Ukraine 1-0 Lithuania
Wales 3-0 San Marino
France 1-0 Austria
Germany 0-1 Denmark
South Africa 0-1 Bolivia
Venezuela 5-0 New Zealand


Thursday, 29/03/07
Chile 1-1 Costa Rica
Colombia 2-0 Paraguay
Ecuador 2-4 Mexico
USA 0-0 Guatemala


Boy am I glad these international games are out of the way. We can now get back to business with Pompey.

My predictions for England, Republic of Ireland and Welsh victories proved right. I went for a Northern Ireland draw (but maybe a win) so will take that but my thought that Scotland may get a point in Italy proved wrong after their 2-0 defeat.

PLAY UP POMPEY!


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Thursday March 29 2007
Time: 11:36AM

Comments

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Who cares about England these days? I'm more interested in the Cricket World cup than Euro 2008 qualifiers.
The Rabbi
29/03/2007 12:05:00
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another crap game for england the only thing coming home is the same *****e team we sent out
MOYES IS GOD
29/03/2007 20:21:00
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We'll slaughter Ireland today! Steve McClaren watch and take note!
The Rabbi
30/03/2007 13:22:00
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I still care Rabbi, I'm getting more than fed up with the internationals but I'll always care... As with the Ashes, both here and in Australia I'm into the cricket, was flicking between England v Andorra and Sri Lanka v South Africa the other night, the slinger Malinga's 4 in 4 was amazing... Wasn't a slaughtering was it Rabbi! I was very worried for a while but when the runs started flowing it was never really in doubt... Ireland would have needed their highest score in the World Cup to win wouldn't they? We need to improve if we are to make the semis but we will and I have this feeling we may just do this then who knows...
pompeyrug
31/03/2007 00:51:00
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